z/OS for e-business: An Introduction to System Tuning

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 02 August 2002

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ISBN-10: 0738424536
ISBN-13: 9780738424538
IBM Form #: SG24-6542-00


Authors: Franck Injey

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication provides a high-level overview of what is needed to set up a z/OS configuration in an e-business environment. It consolidates some of the tuning information for the WebSphere Application Server and z/OS operating system environments in one place.

    In addition, since system environments change over time and you need to proactively prevent performance problems in today’s e-business world, it covers aspects of monitoring your system’s performance.

    This publication represents an introductory work on this subject, so to guide your further understanding we reference other IBM Redbooks, Web sites, and IBM documentation that contain more detailed pieces of the overall picture of what is needed to successfully set up and tune the WebSphere Application Server and supporting z/OS operating system.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1 Overview

    Ch. 1 The z/OS environment

    Ch. 2 Monitoring the system

    Part 2 Tuning

    Ch. 3 z/OS

    Ch. 4 UNIX System Services

    Ch. 5 Hierarchical File System

    Ch. 6 TCP/IP

    Ch. 7 LDAP

    Ch. 8 Security

    Ch. 9 The IBM HTTP Server

    Ch. 10 The HTTP Transport Handler

    Ch. 11 The IBM WebSphere Application Server

    Ch. 12 The JVM environment

    App. A SMFPRMxx

    App. B BPXPRMxx

    App. C TCPIP profile

    App. D slapd.conf

    App. E httpd.conf

    App. F was.conf

    App. G current.env

    App. H. webcontainer.conf