IBM z14 Model ZR1 Configuration Setup

A draft IBM Redbooks publication

Updated 31 May 2018

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ISBN-10: 073845821x
ISBN-13: 9780738458212
IBM Form #: SG24-8560-00

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Authors: Octavian Lascu, Martin Soellig, Ryotaroh Sawada, Franco Pinto, Aditya Banuaji


This IBM® Redbooks® publication helps you install, configure, and maintain the IBM z14 Model ZR1. The z14 ZR1 (Machine Type 3907) offers new functions that require a comprehensive understanding of the available configuration options. This book presents configuration setup scenarios, and describes implementation examples in detail.

This publication is intended for systems engineers, hardware planners, and anyone who needs to understand IBM Z configuration and implementation. Readers should be generally familiar with current IBM Z technology and terminology. For more information about the functions of the z14 ZR1, see IBM z14 Technical Introduction, SG24-8450 and IBM z14 ZR1 Technical Guide, SG24-8651.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Planning considerations
Chapter 3. Preparing for a new z14
Chapter 4. Mapping CHIDs to CHPIDs using the CMT
Chapter 5. Production IODF and setting up the CPC
Chapter 6. Configuring network features
Chapter 7. Defining console communication
Chapter 8. Preparing for Sysplex and configuring Server Time Protocol
Chapter 9. Defining Coupling Facility links
Chapter 10. Specialized features
Chapter 11. Adding LPARs and OSCONFIGs
Chapter 12. Adding storage devices
Chapter 13. Adding network devices
Chapter 14. Adding coupling connectivity
Chapter 15. Adding PCIe devices
Appendix A. Additional material

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