IBM - Data Facility - Hiearchical Storage Manager - Version 2 Release 4.0 - Messages

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Fourth Edition (December 1988)
This is a major revision of SH35-0094-2, which is now obsolete. Changes from the previous edition are
marked with a vertical bar in the left margin. Significant changes are summarized under "Summary of
Changes." This edition applies to Version 2, Release 4, Modification Level 0, of the Data Facility Hierarchical
Storage Manager, Licensed Program 5665-329, and subsequent release and modification levels until ' '
specified otherwise in new editions or technical newsletters.

This book is for persons who operate, maintain,
and use the Data Facility Hierarchical Storage
Manager. This book is a part of the MVS Message
Library and contains MVS messages with the prefix
ARC.


This publication does not teach computer oper
ations or programming; it assumes that operators
and programmers are experienced or trained in their
functions. If more background information is
needed to use this publication effectively, refer to
"DFHSM Publications" on page iv. 

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Reference Number : SH35-0094-3

Date Published : December 1988

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (334)

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH9659. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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