The checkpoint and warmstart areas maintain the state of spool files and saved segments between IPLs, and provide a basis for checking the integrity of the spool area without forcing a read of the entire spool space looking for valid files
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What sort of things do experienced VM system admins do as part of the install process?
What tasks are involved in installing z/VM, and what are the \"best practices\" used when installing a VM system?
Once your system is set up, what are the best ways of delivering applications and shared data to user in a way that is easily maintained and updated?
Who can contribute to this FAQ? What are the guidelines for contributing? What happens with my contribution?
The Metropolitan VM User's Association, Inc.(MVMUA) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the use of the VM operating system and the education of the computer professionals who support it. It is also the oldest organized VM user group in the country, having been founded in 1974.
About the Midwest VM Regional Users Group
The Midwest VM Regional Users Group (commonly referred to as MVMRUG) is a non-profit organization composed of computer professionals who have an interest in IBM's VM computer operating system and related products.
HILLGANG is the US Capitol Area VM and Linux Users Group.
CAVMEN is the Chicago area user group for the IBM mainframe VM operating system.
CAVMEN (pronounced CAVE-MEN) is an acronym for Chicago Area VM ENthusiasts
Bay Bunch is a San Francisco Bay area group of zSeries and Linux enthusiasts.
The Bay Bunch info is available online. Click on 'Bay Bunch' from the link below.