IBM System z9 109 Configuration Setup
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Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.
Published 05 May 2006
IBM Form #: SG24-7203-00
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Authors: Franck Injey, Richard Davey, Peter Hoyle, Rod Neufeld
The IBM System z9 109 has many new features that require careful planning and a comprehensive understanding of all available configuration options and tools. This IBM Redbooks publication will help you install, tailor, configure, and maintain this new server.
The book is presented in two parts:
- Part 1 assists you in planning and implementing a comprehensive configuration and implementation path for your IBM System z9 109.
- Part 2 presents configuration setup examples, and discusses each implementation scenario in detail.
The publication describes the tools and steps needed to configure the IBM System z9 109 server. It is intended for systems engineers, hardware planners, and anyone who needs to understand z9-109 system configuration and implementation. It is not intended as an introduction to mainframes, however; readers are expected to be generally familiar with current zSeries technology and terminology.
This book is part of a series. For a complete understanding of IBM System z9 109 capabilities, also refer to our companion Redbooks:
- IBM System z9 109 Technical Introduction, SG24-6669
- IBM System z9 109 and eServer zSeries Connectivity Handbook, SG24-5444
-IBM System z9 109 Technical Guide, SG24-7124
Table of contents
Part 1. Planning for the z9-109 configuration
Chapter 1. Channel Subsystem overview
Chapter 2. Resources and tools
Chapter 3. I/O configuration planning
Part 2. Configuration setup examples
Chapter 4. MES upgrade from z900 to z9-109
Chapter 5. Replace a z900 with a z9-109
Chapter 6. MES upgrade from z990 to z9-109
Chapter 7. Replace a z990 with a z9-109
Chapter 8. Install an additional z9-109
Chapter 9. Install a new z9-109
Chapter 10. Crypto Express2 configuration
Chapter 11. Reserved logical partitions
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