z/OS UNIX Shared File System Configuration - Overview and New Features
Project and Program: MVS
, MVS Core Technologies
, SHARE in Anaheim 2011
In this session, the speaker will briefly describe the setup and benefits of shared file system support in z/OS UNIX System Services. This will include basic sysplex and shared file system concepts including file system configuration and multiple releases in one sharing group. Next the speaker will discuss file system ownership, file system management, file system movement during planned and unplanned outages, and the availability of file system in shared file system configuration. In addition, the speaker will discuss how you can fail-safe the sysplex root file system in shared file system configuration. The speaker will discuss the zFS support introduced in z/OS Release 1.11 and later releases. The speaker will show examples of z/OS UNIX commands and zFS commands and explain how they are used in this configuration. This session will be of interest to system programmers and system administrators who currently support shared file system configuration in their installations.
Presenter(s): Ann Totten, IBM Corporation
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