Diagram of point to point network for network design discussion.
The VM (Virtual Machine) operating system
The DC VM and Linux User Group, a.k.a. the "Hillgang", met on 14 September 2006. Several of the presenters have kindly allowed their presentation materials to be posted online.
The DC VM and Linux User Group, a.k.a. the "Hillgang", will meet on 14 September 2006 from 8:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Eastern time, at Computer Associates, 2291 Wood Oak Drive, Herndon VA 20171-2823.
This is the latest draft of a proposed outline for a z/VM New Parents guide, in the style of Melinda Varian's classic "What Mother Never Told You About VM Service". It's intended as a discussion proposal. Please post comments to us and to the IBMVM mailing list.
This white paper is intended to provide a working discussion paper for system admins and network engineers charged with implementing a layer 3 router appliance between a z/VM guest LAN and a hardware hipersocket LAN in a zSeries environment.
The files below are the Sine Nomine presentations from the 2006 IBM System z9 and zSeries Technical Conference held in Dusseldorf, Germany on March 20 through 24, 2006.
If you attended the conference, please note that L06 and L56 are updated from the versions on your conference CD-ROM, and the other presentations have some minor cosmetic updates to correct some typos found during the presentation.
Feedback is welcome, and we thank you for your attendance and the lively discussion during the sessions in Dusseldorf.
Attached are the SNA presentations from the February 23 2006 meeting of Hillgang, the US Capital area VM User's Group.
The IBM presentations were not provided in softcopy form.
These presentations were given at the MVMRUG meeting in Columbus, Ohio on January 27, 2006.
This white paper describes a sample implementation of the NJE/IP Bridge, a product developed by Sine Nomine Associates and marketed by Barnard Software, Inc. The paper describes a sample network, and shows the configuration files and steps necessary to implement the sample network.
fsiucv provides the ability to connect to arbitrary VM CP and CMS IUCV-based services from Linux applications. Each IUCV connection is presented to the Linux system as a device, with semantics similar to that of a serial connection. Data can be read from or written to the IUCV connection using simple shell tools, or can be handled using the standard Unix/POSIX file manipulation tools and APIs. Configuration of the driver is handled using the sysfs interface, and both local and distributed IUCV are supported.