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z/OS Version 1 Release 13 Implementation

An IBM Redbooks publication


Published on 13 March 2012, updated 27 March 2012

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ISBN-10: 0738436224
ISBN-13: 9780738436227
IBM Form #: SG24-7946-00

Authors: Paul Rogers, Diniz Bortolotto, Robert Hering, George Kozakos, Lutz Kuehner, Jean-Louis Lafitte, Diana Nakajima, Paulo Nascimento, Nelson Oliveira, Gil Peleg, Giancarlo Rodolfi, Anthony Soares and Joao Zanon

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    This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides information about installation and migration changes to be aware of if you are responsible for migrating systems from IBM z/OS® V1R10, z/OS V1R11, and z/OS V1R12 to z/OS V1R13.

    It also highlights actions that are needed to prepare for the installation of z/OS V1R12, including ensuring driving system and target system requirements are met and coexistence requirements are satisfied.

    There is a special focus on identifying new migration actions that must be performed for selected elements when migrating to z/OS V1R13.

    The book addresses the following topics:

    - z/OS V1R13 overview, z/OS V1R13 installation, managing volume backups with fast replication, XCF enhancements, console service enhancements

    - DFSMSdfp, DFSMSoam, DFSMShsm, ISPF enhancements, DFSMSrmm enhancements, establishing IBM RACF® security for RRSF TCP/IP connections

    - GRS enhancements, BCP supervisor, contents supervisor and RSM updates, improved channel recovery, Service aids enhancements, System Logger - SMF

    - z/OS UNIX System Services, z/OS UNIX-related applications, RRS, z/OS Management Facility, z/OS HCD and HCM, C language

    - Storage management enhancements, Common Information Model, Predictive Failure Analysis, Extended Address Volume, BCPii, Capacity Provisioning

    - System SSL enhancements, UNICODE, IBM Language Environment®, SDSF enhancements, JES2 enhancements, JES3 enhancements, IBM RMF™ enhancements

    - IBM WebSphere® Application Server OEM, z/OSMF, CIM, and Capacity Provisioning setups

    - BCPii Metal C example

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. IBM z/OS V1R13 overview

    Chapter 2. z/OS V1R13 installation

    Chapter 3. Managing volume backups with fast replication

    Chapter 4. XCF enhancements

    Chapter 5. Console services enhancements

    Chapter 6. DFSMSdfp, DFSMSoam, and DFSMShsm

    Chapter 7. ISPF enhancements

    Chapter 8. DFSMSrmm enhancements

    Chapter 9. Establishing RACF security for RRSF TCP/IP connections

    Chapter 10. GRS enhancements

    Chapter 11. BCP supervisor, contents supervisor, and RSM updates

    Chapter 12. Improved channel recovery

    Chapter 13. Service aids enhancements

    Chapter 14. System Logger - SMF

    Chapter 15. z/OS UNIX System Services

    Chapter 16. z/OS UNIX-related applications

    Chapter 17. Resource Recovery Services

    Chapter 18.IBM z/OS Management Facility

    Chapter 19. z/OS Hardware Configuration Definition and Hardware Configuration Manager

    Chapter 20. C language

    Chapter 21. Storage management enhancements

    Chapter 22. Common Information Model

    Chapter 23. Predictive Failure Analysis

    Chapter 24. Extended address volume

    Chapter 25. Base Control Program internal interface

    Chapter 26. Capacity Provisioning

    Chapter 27. System SSL enhancements

    Chapter 28. UNICODE support

    Chapter 29. Language Environment enhancements

    Chapter 30. SDSF enhancements

    Chapter 31. JES2 enhancements

    Chapter 32. JES3 enhancements

    Chapter 33. Resource Management Facility enhancements

    Chapter 34. z/OS Batch Runtime

    Appendix A. Setting up WebSphere OEM, z/OSMF, CIM, and Capacity Provisioning

    Appendix B. zFS commands

    Appendix C. BCPii Metal C example


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