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S/390 Parallel Sysplex Cluster

Vol. 36, No. 2, 1997

Order No. G321-0127
S/390 has evolved dramatically and fundamentally into a massively parallel cluster known as the S/390 Parallel Sysplex cluster, designed to handle networks and client/server. This issue contains nine papers on architecture, systems, products, and features of the new S/390 cluster.
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Preface Gene F. Hoffnagle p. 170
S/390 cluster technology: Parallel Sysplex J. M. Nick, B. B. Moore, J.-Y. Chung, and N. S. Bowen p. 172
A locking facility for parallel systems N. S. Bowen, D. A. Elko, J. F. Isenberg, and G. W. Wang p. 202
Cluster architectures and S/390 Parallel Sysplex scalability G. M. King, D. M. Dias, and P. S. Yu p. 221
Adaptive algorithms for managing a distributed data processing workload J. Aman, C. K. Eilert, D. Emmes, P. Yocom, and D. Dillenberger p. 242
Availability in parallel systems: Automatic process restart N. S. Bowen, J. Antognini, R. D. Regan, and N. C. Matsakis p. 284
The importance of systems management for a Parallel Sysplex P. Johnson p. 301
DB2's use of the coupling facility for data sharing J. W. Josten, C. Mohan, I. Narang, and J. Z. Teng p. 327
The evolution of CICS/ESA in the sysplex environment T. Banks, K. E. Davies, and C. Moxey p. 352
VSAM record-level data sharing J. P. Strickland p. 361