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My favourite z/OS commands
Mon July 06, 2020 11:56 AM
I've written a couple of blogs which people may find interesting.
favourite z/OS commands.
This covers the commands I used in my z/OS work, but didn't use every day. Every sysprog should be familiar with most of them.
Setting up z/OS
for the first time. For example how to use screens bigger than 80*24. How to set up the OMVS escape key.
Backups what,how, when, whoops.
This was aimed at the people who use the self contained z/OS system running on their x86 machines.
After I retired from IBM where I worked with MQ on z/OS, I've got a z/PDT system with z/OS running on my Ubuntu laptop. Pretty cool eh!
I am working blogging how to set RACF for the Liberty Web Browser - specifically for the MQ Web browser.
I am thinking of blogging about my customer visits where I did health checks and some of their stories
The customer who had a main site, and a backup site in California. Both on the San Andreas fault line. So if there was an earth quake....
The customer who paid for two totally independent networks between sites. Who found they both went along the same bit of optical fibre in the "national backbone".
ADDI Self Paced Training Course
, an hour ago
November 2020 documentation refresh for Enterprise COBOL for z/OS, 6.3
, 5 hours ago
#016【z/OS V2R3/V2R4変更点】SDSF 「JC」パネルにおけるSTC、TSUクラスのフィルター
, 8 hours ago
Preventing Death and Sufferings Caused by Medical Errors: Powered by IBM Hyper Protect Accelerator
, 2 days ago
Have you Taken Part in IBM Z's #DoubleTheMeal Coding Challenge?
, 5 days ago
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