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by IBM Redbooks

Category: Hardware and DIY
Subcategory: Technologies and Computers
Author: IBM Redbooks
ISBN: 073843227X
ISBN13: 978-0738432274
Language: English
Publisher: Vervante (March 3, 2009)
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zFS file systems can be mounted into the z/OS UNIX hierarchy along with other .

The book provides a broad description of the new architecture of the zFS file system for all releases up to zFS V1R13.

This IBM IBM Redbooks publication presents the information you need to plan for and run an IBM z/OS system with .

This IBM IBM Redbooks publication presents the information you need to plan for and run an IBM z/OS system with support for z/OS UNIX System Services (z/OS UNIX) and z/OS.

SG24-6580-05 Note: Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in Notices on page xiii

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zFS file systems can be mounted into the z/OS UNIX hierarchy along with other local or remote file system types .

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6 z/OS base elements - z/OS V1R8. Volume 9: z/OS UNIX® System Services. Redelf has co-authored IBM Redbooks® about several OS/390 and z/OS releases, as well as ABCs of z/OS System Programming

6 z/OS base elements - z/OS V1R8. z/OS optional features. z/OS base control program (BCP). Volume 10: Introduction to z/Architecture®, zSeries processor design, zSeries connectivity, LPAR concepts, HCD, and DS8000™. Volume 11: Capacity planning, performance management, WLM, RMF™, and SMF. The team that wrote this book. Redelf has co-authored IBM Redbooks® about several OS/390 and z/OS releases, as well as ABCs of z/OS System Programming. Alvaro Salla is an IBM retiree who worked for IBM for more than 30 years, specializing in large systems.

Volume 9: z/OS UNIX® System Services This book was produced by a team of specialists from around the world working at the . indicator if the program resides in a UNIX System Services file system.

Volume 9: z/OS UNIX® System Services. Volume 10: Introduction to z/Architecture®, System z™ processor design, System z connectivity, LPAR concepts, HCD, and HMC. This book was produced by a team of specialists from around the world working at the International Technical Support Organization (ITSO), Poughkeepsie Center. Paul Rogers is a is a Consulting IT Specialist at the ITSO, Poughkeepsie Center, and has worked for IBM® for 39 1/2 years.

The z/OS® Distributed File Service zSeries® File System (zFS) is a z/OS UNIX® file system that can be used like the Hierarchical File System (HFS). zFS file systems contain files and directories, including Access Control Lists (ACLs), that can be accessed with the z/OS HFS application programming interfaces (APIs). zFS file systems can be mounted into the z/OS UNIX hierarchy along with other local or remote file system types (for example, HFS, TFS, AUTOMNT, NFS, and so on). zFS does not replace HFS, but it is the z/OS UNIX strategic file system and IBM® recommends migrating HFS file systems to zFS. Beginning with z/OS V1R7, there are no restrictions for file system structures that should be kept as HFS instead of zFS. This IBM Redbooks® publication helps you to install, tailor, and configure new zFS file systems. This information can be used by system administrators who work with the zFS component of the IBM z/OS Distributed File Service base element. The book provides a broad description of the new architecture of the zFS file system. You can use it as a reference when converting HFS file systems to zFS file systems. It will help you to create a solution for migrating to zFS file systems, and to understand the performance differences between HFS file systems and zFS file systems.
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