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Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc.1 z/OS Release 5 Migration: Is It For You? Jim Schesvold Best Customer Solutions, Inc.
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 2 AGENDA Criteria and Format z/OS Release 4 or z/OS Release 5? –z/OS Release 5 Features z/OS Release 6 Directions Required Migration Tasks Recommended Migration Tasks Migration Tools and References
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 3 CRITERIA & FORMAT Focus is on migration from z/OS V1.4 to z/OS V1.5 –See z/OS R4 Migration webcast for OS/390 V2.10 to z/OS V1.4 Migration, at Does not include implementation of new function –But they are identified in z/OS V1.5 features –This is to say, the upgrade is a vanilla upgrade where only changes necessary to accomplish the upgrade are performed Reference material is identified –Hyperlinks are active on PowerPoint Slide Show, which can be downloaded. You may need to use CTRL-ESC to view reference. –This presentation can be downloaded from ServerPac install is assumed For details on migration tasks, see z/OS V1.5 Migration, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 4 CRITERIA & FORMAT Normal upgrade tasks are not included –Upgrade user exits –Upgrade operations procedures and automation –Update PARMLIB –Update PROCLIBs, Logon Procs, JCL, etc. –Evaluate real storage allocations via SOFTCAP, at –Upgrade non-z/OS IBM and ISV products –Apply coexistence and fallback maintenance –Update Procs, catalogs, /etc/profile, etc. w/new, defunct data sets See z/OS V1.5 Migration at bin/bookmgr/BOOKS/e0z2m111 bin/bookmgr/BOOKS/e0z2m111 –zArchitecture tasks –Notification of management, application development staff, end users regarding migration schedule and plans
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 5 z/OS V1.4 OR z/OS V1.5?
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 6 z/O V1.4 OR V1.5? Both are withdrawn from marketing; they can’t be ordered –z/OS V1.6 is available until 09/2005 Both are supported until 3/31/2007 –z/OS V1.6 is supported until 09/2007 –z/OS V1R5 support and both z/OS V1.6 dates are “projected” Bimodal Migration Accommodation-not an option w/V1.5,6 –zSeries only; allows separate migration to z/OS vs. 64-bit & fallback z/OS V1.5 removes support for: –C/C++ Open Class Library –C/C++ with Debug Tool –OAM support for Filenet 9246, 9247 optical drive, and 12” optical media from DFSMSdfp –ILM -- a Tivoli product will replace it –Windows 98 and NT Workstation 4.xx clients
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 7 z/O V1.4 OR V1.5? z/OS V1.5 removes support for: –USS _MAKE_BI=YES is replaced by compiler commands Built-in make, c89, cc, and c++ commands are provided Performance benefits never materialized USS_MAKE_BI is ignored, but elimination will prevent confusion and possible future errors z/OS V1.5 reduces support for: –JOBCAT and STEPCAT The default now is that they are disabled, but they can be enabled SMS-managed data sets and data sets with UCBs above the 16M line cannot use them today Using JOBCAT or STEPCAT can increase the time it takes to process a catalog request Use MODIFY CATALOG,ENABLE(JOBSTEPCAT) to enable the use of JOBCAT and STEPCAT –Put command in COMMNDxx to enable JOBCAT and STEPCAT at IPL
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 8 z/OS RELEASE 5 FEATURES DFSMS - 57 enhancements, at bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.5 bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.5 –Availability/Integrity features (business continuance) –Performance/Capacity features (business efficiency) –Tape Management enhancements –Security enhancements Communications Server enhancements, at –IP V6 enhancements –FTP and TN3270 enhancements –Sysplex and Intrusion Detection Services enhancements –VLAN, Checksum Offload, and Hipersockets Broadcast support –OMPRoute, Enterprise Identity Mapping, and other enhancements BCP 64-bit virtual storage and Service Aids, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 9 z/OS RELEASE 5 FEATURES ISPF - 18 enhancements, at bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.11 bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.11 –Panel design extensions –Ease of use enhancements –Responses to user requirements –SCLM and other enhancements Security - 81 enhancements, at bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.19, bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.10, bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.4 bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.19http://publibz.boulder.ibm.com/cgi- bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.10http://publibz.boulder.ibm.com/cgi- bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.4 –Restructure: Security Server (RACF), Integrated Security Services (DCE Sec. Server, OCEP, Firewall, Network Auth. Service, EIM), and Cryptographic Services (PKI Services) –Enterprise Identity Mapping (EIM) –Multilevel Security –Other RACF enhancements
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 10 z/OS RELEASE 5 FEATURES Infoprint Server - 24 enhancements, at –IP Printway and extended mode support –Infoprint Central support and Netspool enhancements –Common message log, Java 1.4, and other enhancements JES enhancements, at bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.12 bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.12 JES enhancements, at bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.13 bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.13 RMF - 20 enhancements, at bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.17 bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2a141/1.17 What’s New In z/OS V1R5, at 1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/zseries/zos/overview/zosnew15.html 1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/zseries/zos/overview/zosnew15.html z/OS V1R5 Introduction and Release Guide, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 11 z/OS R6 DIRECTIONS z/OS V1.6 will only run on a zSeries processor –z990, z900, z800, z890 z/OS V1.6 implements a new level of zArchitecture z/OS V1.6 removes support for: –C/C++ ISPF Panels: foreground/background compiles, help –Run-Time Library Services (RTLS) from Language Environment No longer needed due to LE run-time library compatibility & stability Parameter in CEEDOPT should be set as RTLS((OFF),OVR) –Dynamic Link Library (DLL) Rename Utility from LE Used to couple DLLs with applications DLLs now licensed w/OS/390 or z/OS, so Rename is not needed –DCE Application Support –Encina Toolkit Executive –Text Search, but it is available as a Web download –SMIv1 MIB module is eliminated; replace with SMIv2 MIB module
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 12 FUTURE z/OS DIRECTIONS Future z/OS releases discontinue many elements and functions –1 byte console ID will be removed Programs using 1 byte console ID will have to be modified –ISAM and IEABISAM, but not the ISAM Compatibility Interface, from DFSMS –JOBCAT and STEPCAT from DFSMSdfp –Run-time support for C/C++ Open Class Library will terminate –OS/390 V2.10 level of C/C++ compiler from C/C++ –SMIv1 MVS Enterprise-specific MIB module from Comm. Server –Bind DNS from Communications Server Replace with Bind –AnyNet from Communications Server Replace with Enterprise Extender
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 13 FUTURE z/OS DIRECTIONS Future z/OS releases discontinues many elements and functions –ASSORTEDPARMS and KEEPALIVEOPTIONS in TCP/IP Profile Replace with IPCONFIG, TCPCONFIG, UDPCONFIG, GLOBALCONFIG –OROUTED will be eliminated Replace with OMPROUTE –IP PrintWay component of Infoprint Server basic mode processing Upgrade to extended mode processing For a complete and current list of z/OS Statements of Direction, go to z/OS Statements of Direction and Notable Changes, at 1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/zseries/zos/zos_sods.html 1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/zseries/zos/zos_sods.html
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 14 z/OS V1.5 MIGRATION TASKS
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 15 C/C++ MIGRATION Eliminate use of C/C++ IBM Open Class Library (IOC) –Compile and link with IOC is no longer supported or possible –Run time is still supported, but will not be in a future z/OS release –Application Support and Collection Class Libraries are eliminated –New applications should use C++ Standard Library –UNIX System Laboratories I/O Stream and Complex Mathematics Libraries are still supported IBM recommends convert to Standard iostream and complex classes Tailor C/C++ utilities if using OS/390 V2.10 C/C++ –Utilities now default to ISO C/C++ Standard (ISO/C++ 98, ANSI/C++ 98) –LANGLVL(COMPAT92) causes utilities to use OS/390 V2.10 C/C++ –JCL, Procs, REXX Execs, SYSLIB, Search option may need to change –OS/390 V2.10 level of C/C++ will be removed in the future
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 16 COMM. SERVER MIGRATION Explicitly code LDAP_Schema Version if default is taken and schema V2 objects are definedExplicitly code LDAP_Schema Version if default is taken and schema V2 objects are defined –Default has changed from V2 to V3 –LDAP_Schema Version is a parameter on Policy Agent ReadFromDirectory configuration statement Use VTAM buffer trace, TCP/IP packet trace for SNALINK –SNALINK GTF trace has been eliminated Eliminate OMPROUTE CTRACE ALL option if writing trace data to DASDEliminate OMPROUTE CTRACE ALL option if writing trace data to DASD –ALL now diverts trace data to CTRACE –DEBUGTRC does the same as ALL Start RXSERVE IPV6=N so RXSERVE exits work;default=Y Tailor system for changed Sendmail default directory –Due to IPv6, default is changed from /etc to /etc/mail
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 17 COMM. SERVER MIGRATION Update automation, operations procedures for NETSTAT Display commandUpdate automation, operations procedures for NETSTAT Display command –Several displays, reports now use the LONG option –FORMAT LONG/SHORT on IPCONFIG, FORMAT/-M can set SHORT Update automation, operations procedures if IPV6 or FORMAT LONG is set in TELNETGLOBALS in TCPIP profileUpdate automation, operations procedures if IPV6 or FORMAT LONG is set in TELNETGLOBALS in TCPIP profile –2 line message format is used in these cases Tailor applications using gethostid and/or gethostname if STACKACCESS is protected by security productTailor applications using gethostid and/or gethostname if STACKACCESS is protected by security product –Application must establish stack affinity to TCP/IP stack Remove automation on message EZZ4313I if it activates Enterprise Extender resourcesRemove automation on message EZZ4313I if it activates Enterprise Extender resources –EZZ4313I is now issued after Enterprise Extender link is activated, not before
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 18 COMM. SERVER MIGRATION Explicitly code IPRESOLV for Enterprise Extender –Default is changed from 45 seconds to 0 (no timeout) Verify HOSTNAME <65 characters on PATH of Switched Major Node for Enterprise ExtenderVerify HOSTNAME <65 characters on PATH of Switched Major Node for Enterprise Extender –The maximum is now 64, rather than unlimited Verify CSM monitor setting is correct –Default has changed from OFF to DYNAMIC Use new MAXSLOW parameter on XCA port, CUADDR parameter, if slowdowns on XCA channel is occurringUse new MAXSLOW parameter on XCA port, CUADDR parameter, if slowdowns on XCA channel is occurring –A setting of 200 is recommended Tailor automation, operations procedures if SIRFMSG= LUSSCP or ALLSSCP is used on CDRSC definitionTailor automation, operations procedures if SIRFMSG= LUSSCP or ALLSSCP is used on CDRSC definition –New DSIRFMSG startup option changes the way message IST663I is issued
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 19 CRYPTO. SVCS. MIGRATION Add new services to the CICS wait list in ICSF –Not required if FMID HCR770A was installed on z/OS V1.4 –Only required if CICS-ICSF Attachment Facility is used and CICS wait list data set is specified –See z/OS V1.5 Migration Guide for services to specify Migrate the OCSF directory structure –Only required if Open Cryptographic Services Facility is installed –See z/OS V1.5 Migration Guide for steps involved Add alternate indexes to PKI Services data sets –Update ObjectStore & Issued Certificate List data sets using job in SYS1.SAMPLIB(IKYMVSAM) Initialize the ICSF public key data set (PKDS) –Not required if FMID HCR770A was installed on z/OS V1.4 –Initialize the PKDS via the ICSF ISPF panels
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 20 DFSMS MIGRATION Define LE runtime library for Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) –Add CEE.SCEERUN and CEE.SCEERUN2 to LINKLIST or –STEPLIB CEE.SCEERUN and CEE.SCEERUN2 to jobs that use DLLs STEPLIB may involve a significant number of JCL changes Use DFSMSdss BUILDSA to create Stand-Alone Services IPL-able core image (if using Stand-Alone Services)Use DFSMSdss BUILDSA to create Stand-Alone Services IPL-able core image (if using Stand-Alone Services) –Then use RACF or equivalent to protect SYS1.ADR.SAIPLD.Vvolser –Then make a backup copy of the system Run Samplib job LCSBLD1 to update SYS1.IMAGELIB –If using line-mode printers –If not using old SYS1.IMAGELIB –Then copy tailored FCBs and UCS images from old SYS1.IMAGELIB –LCSBLD1 creates character sets, graphic character modification modules, and character arrangement modules
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 21 DFSMS MIGRATION Define RACF FACILITY class profiles –If using RACF FACILITY to protect DFSMShsm commands –Otherwise, the commands fail Verify VOLCAT has space for 255 media types –If using > 4 media types or > 5 recording technologies –LIBRARYENTRY in VOLCAT has increased in size Run CBRSMR15 Samplib job to convert optical configuration data base to z/OS V1.5 formatRun CBRSMR15 Samplib job to convert optical configuration data base to z/OS V1.5 format –If using OAM –CBRSMR15 adds new OUNITNAM and DATACLAS columns to the TAPEVOL table
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 22 DFSMS MIGRATION Recompile ADRUXIT exit or user interaction module (UIM) due to ADRUFO changesRecompile ADRUXIT exit or user interaction module (UIM) due to ADRUFO changes –UIM is a way of invoking DFSMSdss from a program via an Application Programming Interface (API) It’s one way of changing installation options –ADRUFO parameter list has increased in size and fields –UFOFUNCT and UFOPARM sizes have increased –UFOT0IND is now UFO4FLGS
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 23 DFSORT MIGRATION Update automation, operations procedures for changes to ICE000IUpdate automation, operations procedures for changes to ICE000I –Because DFSORT is now only an optional feature of z/OS, ICE000I reflects z/OS product number, not DFSORT product number –Release level has also changed, to V1R5 Review changed defaults to ICEMAC macro, tailor if necessaryReview changed defaults to ICEMAC macro, tailor if necessary –COBEXIT is changed from COB1 to COB2 –DSA is changed from 32MB to 64MB –TMAXLIM is changed from 4MB to 6MB –ZDPRINT is changed from NO to YES –Changes are made to improve performance
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 24 INFOPRT. SRVR. MIGRATION Migrate NetSpool, IP Printway to Infoprint Server if these PSF features are being usedMigrate NetSpool, IP Printway to Infoprint Server if these PSF features are being used –aopmig migration program is provided with Infoprint Server –aopmig output is input to the Printer Inventory Definition Utility Export the Printer Inventory and copy other tailored files –z/OS V1.2, V1.3, or V1.4 IS Printer Inventory via IS pidu command –IS Tailored Configuration File (aopd.conf) and aopstart EXEC –IP Printway and NetSpool exit routines; recompile is not needed except new function –IS Print Interface data stream filters and SAP Callback Daemon Configuration File (aopsadp.conf) –IS Transform Configuration File (aopxfp.conf) –Update AOPXFP_CONF to current SAP-to-AFP transform directory –If UserInit/preload.ps or transform fonts are changed, copy directory to z/OS V1.5 system
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 25 INFOPRT. SRVR. MIGRATION Export Printer Inventory & copy other tailored files (cont.) –IS Transform multibyte conversion tables –IS Transform font-mapping table user modifications –IS Transform 300-pel fonts (converted from 240-pel) Upgrade Java to SDK level 1.4 for IS IPP Server –Print Interface Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) Server requirement IPP Server accepts print requests from client via IPP protocol –Only needed if IPP Server is used If using NetSpool, start the NetSpool daemon aopnetd –Add netd to start-daemons in config. File –Then start w AOPSTART JCL procedure or aopstart command
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 26 JES2 MIGRATION Update automation, operations procedures for defunct parametersUpdate automation, operations procedures for defunct parameters –Display/modify post-execution jobs w/SRVCLASS, SCHENV, SCHENV_AFF, or SECLABLE_AFF - values are no longer maintained Update programs that process ENF58 record for print –An 11th qualifier indicating “checkpoint issued” has been added Update exit 34 to support PSO unallocation flagging –Peripheral Data Definition Block (PDDB) address is now set to 0 at PSO unallocation, as well as unknown or internal reader data set Tailor exits to handle WLM null service processing –Only needed if using WLM-managed initiators Jobs that have MODE=WLM on any JOBCLASS(x) statement –If using the default WLM policy, a null service class is given to jobs –Previously, batch jobs with a null service class were not selected for execution. Now they can be.
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 27 JES3 MIGRATION Tailor exits and other JES3 programs to use IATXDATX –It’s needed when a program uses the DATCC value to address data within a spooled record from the DAT prefix, or –When using DATXMLEN or SVTMUBLN fields in IATYSVT macro, or –When using the TVTMUBLN field in the IATYTVT macro (to determine free space in a buffer) –In all these cases, change the program/exit to use the IATXDATX macro Update the BFSIZ parameter on NJERMT statement –Required if BFSIZ is coded on directly-connected BSC NJE nodes –2 additional bytes have been added to the prefix of JES3 spool records –The maximum buffer size is now the value of BUFFER BUFSIZE minus 46, not 44.
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 28 LE MIGRATION Upgrade LE definitions in CICS System Definition file –LE programs, transactions, etc. are updated for current LE –Sample definitions can be found in CEE.SCEESAMP(CEECCSD) Verify LE modules in LPA are correct for this release –See LE Customization; also add CEE.SCEELPA to LPALSTxx –CEE.SCEESAMP has PARMLIB samples for base and 4 languages Evaluate impact of changed LE run-time defaults –HEAPCHK has a pool depth option –HEAPPOOLS provides for definition of 6 additional pools –Options are defined in CEEDOPT (non-CICS) and CEECOPT (CICS) Also tailor them to match current CEEDOPT, CEECOPT CSECTs If using C/C++ putenv(), tailor _EDC_PUTENV_COPY –putenv() string is now put into environment variables array –Change _EDC_PUTENV_COPY to _EDC_PUTENV_COPY=YES to cause putenv() to work as it did in prior OS/390 and z/OS releases
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 29 MVS BCP MIGRATION Enable z/OS V1.4 Console Enhancements Feature –Console Enhancements Feature is integrated into z/OS V1.5 –Name consoles via NAME parameter in CONSOLxx –Use ALTGRP, not ALTERNATE, in CONSOLxx –Remove UD from CONSOLxx; it’s unsupported UD = undeliverable message –Use SYSLOG or OPERLOG instead of a printer in CONSOLxx Remove DEVNUM & HCPY from HARDCOPY in CONSOLxx;unsupported –Cease use of R option on CONTROL command; it’s unsupported –Verify MAXCADD is large enough to handle 3 more command area dataspaces –MSCOPE default is now *, not *ALL This is IBM’s recommended value Create IPL TEXT via ServerPac job
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 30 MVS BCP MIGRATION Reassemble Standalone Dump via ServerPac job Reallocate Coupling Facility lock structures if they use record data –Unless UW92486 is already applied (APAR OW52437) –APAR OW52266 provides coexistence support Revise programs with invalid WTO/WTOR parameter lists –Prior to z/OS V1.4 Console Enhancements Feature, they got a return code of 0 –They might not have worked properly despite the 0 return code –Programs will now incur a D23 abend Tailor accounting methods that track WTO and WTOR overheadTailor accounting methods that track WTO and WTOR overhead –Formerly WTO and WTOR processing was asynchronous, but now it’s part of SVC35 processing & more overhead is recorded
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 31 RMF MIGRATION Tailor RMF for changes to security access checks –Needed if generic profile checking is active using ERBSDS.* profile and protecting Monitor II and III is not desired –RMF now provides optional access checks for this data via ERBSDS.MON2DATA and ERBSES.MON3DATA profiles –Use ERBSDS.SMFDATA for RMF to work the same as z/OS V1.4 Upgrade Working Sets to new Spreadsheet Reporter format –Use MigrateOvwWorkSet.bat and MigrateReportWorkSet.bat procedures to perform migration Eliminate WKLD suboptions for Monitor I –All suboptions are now ignored because WLM now runs in Goal Mode only & suboptions were for Compatibility Mode
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 32 SECURITY SRVR. MIGRATION Tailor Security Server for Multilevel Security Support –Eliminate SYSMULTI security label if using one –If using SETR MLACTIVE review profiles for required security labels –If SECLABEL class is active review SERVAUTH profiles for required security labels –Review classes which are changed to EQUALMAC Update database templates (can now be done dynamically) Compare existing classes to new Security Server classes for duplicatesCompare existing classes to new Security Server classes for duplicates Review RACROUTE for PASSCHK=NO –Now required for REQUEST=VERIFY, VERIFYX –Supports the use of the *BYPASS* user id to create ACEEs Run dynamic parse –Performed by issuing the IRRIDPI00 command
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 33 SMP/E V3.2 MIGRATION Replace method of specifying utilities SMP/E can call –GIMUTTBL module and GIMDFUT macro are now obsolete –Define utilities in RACF or other security package PROGRAM general resource class Convert to new dialog customization method –Customization options are no longer defined in panel Primary panel now has Option 0 which brings up panel where you can specify customization options Use LINK LMODS command instead of CALLLIBS –REPORT CALLLIBS has been removed in SMP/E V3.2 Upgrade SMP/E zones where old release compatibility is no longer requiredUpgrade SMP/E zones where old release compatibility is no longer required –UPGRADE command causes upgraded zones to have 3.2 capability –This allows exploitation of new SMP/E V3.2 functionality
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 34 OTHER MIGRATION TASKS ISPF –Reassemble and relink-edit all SCLM project definitions using new macros Not required if PTF UW89007 is installed SDSF –Reassemble user exit routines Use the z/OS V1.5 version of the SDSF MACLIB –Reassemble customized ISFPARMS Required if ISFPARMS has been tailored and is in assembler macro format IBM recommendation: convert ISFPARMS to the dynamic statement format, so assembly will no longer be required.
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 35 MIGRATION TOOLS
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 36 MIGRATION STARTER KITS Tailorable MS Project plans include most migration tasks + references (manuals, SHARE/other presentations, etc.) via hyperlinks, at Significantly cuts project planning, technical research time
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 37 MIGRATION STARTER KITS z/OS, CICS, DB2, OS/390, NCP, or combinations thereof z/OS MSK includes over 1,000 migration tasks –Standard tasks - Performed for every migration –Release tasks - Unique to specific release & so identified in MSK z/OS MSK contains about the same number of hyperlinks –Product-related hyperlinks at the product level task –Task-related hyperlinks for specific tasks z/OS MSK covers OS/390 V2R10 to z/OS V1R6 –Also OS/390 V2R6->V2R10, CICS V4R1->V2R3, DB2 V5R1->V8R1 32 z/OS (or OS/390) elements are included + ServerPac Third Party products are included at your request (150+) Usage, Viewing, and Tailoring Guide is included Comes in MS Project, PDF format; PDF is limited function
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 38 SOFTCAP Allows you to evaluate CPU, real storage impact of a migration from OS/390 V1R1 through z/OS V1R6 Options –ESA/390 vs. z/Architecture for OS/390 –31-bit vs. 64-bit –WLM Compatibility vs. Goal Mode CICS, IMS release migration estimation is also provided –CICS/ESA V3R1M1 through CICS TS V2.3 + MRO (FOR, AOR, TOR) –IMS V3 through V8 + Fast Path & Full Function You can specify workload % for CICS, IMS, DB2, TSO, batch, and system where total = 100% Requires Java Runtime 1.4.1, part of download package
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 39 MIGRATION WIZARDS z/OS V1R5 Installation Planning Wizard DFSMS Migration DFSMSrmm Customization e-business Planning IRD Planning & Implementation IP Configuration msys for Operations Customization Parallel Sysplex & Base Sysplex Customization SDSF Customization Security Server PKI Services Customization Tivoli Access Mgr. for Business Integration Customization UNIX System Services Customization www-1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/zseries/zos/wizards
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 40 JIM’S TOP 100 z/OS RELEASE 4,5,6 MIGRATION REFERENCES
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 41 JIM’S TOP 40 z/OS R4 MIGRATION REFERENCES 1. z/OS V1R4 Migration Guide (from OS/390 V2R10), at 2. z/OS V1R4 Planning for Installation, at 3. SHARE Presentation: Migrating to z/OS V1R4, Parts 1,2,3, by Marna Walle, at 4. Search390.com webcast: Migrating to z/OS V1R4, by Marna Walle, at 5. Search390.com webcast: Migration to z/OS R4, by Jim Schesvold: Performance Tips and Gotchas, at 6. Planning Your Path From OS/390 to z/OS, by Jim Schesvold, at 7. z/OS V1R4 Installation Planning Checklist, by Bette Brody, at 8. z/OS V1R4 Migration Migration and Installation Home Page, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 42 JIM’S TOP 40 z/OS R4 MIGRATION REFERENCES 9. z/OS Version 1 Release 3 and 4 Implementation, at z/OS and OS/390 Performance “Hot” Topics, by Kathy Walsh, at SHARE Presentation: Cheryl’s Hot Flashes #11, by Cheryl Watson, at SHARE Presentation: Cheryl’s Hot Flashes #10, by Cheryl Watson, at SHARE Presentation: Cheryl’s Hot Flashes #9, by Cheryl Watson, at SHARE Presentation: Cheryl’s Hot Flashes #8, by Cheryl Watson, at SHARE Presentation: Cheryl’s Hot Flashes #7, by Cheryl Watson, at SHARE Presentation: What’s New in z/OS?, by Mary Beth Bradley, Kelly Pushong, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 43 JIM’S TOP 40 z/OS R4 MIGRATION REFERENCES 17. SHARE Presentation: z/OS V1.4 User Experience at So. Cal. Edison, by Skip Robinson, at SHARE Presentation: z/OS V1.4 User Experience at Boeing, by Deborah Carnes, at SHARE Presentation: Migration Cons. for zArchitecture & User Ex- perience, at SHARE Presentation: Zee Guide to zArchitecture, at z/OS V1R4.0 Planning and Installation Bookshelf, at z/OS V1R4.0 Overview Bookshelf, at z/OS V1R4.0 MVS Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iea2bk34 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iea2bk z/OS V1R4.0 JES2 Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/has2bk31 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/has2bk31
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 44 JIM’S TOP 40 z/OS R4 MIGRATION REFERENCES 25. z/OS V1R4.0 JES3 Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iat2bk31 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iat2bk z/OS V1R4.0 DFSMS Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/dgt2bk22 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/dgt2bk z/OS V1R4.0 Communications Server Bookshelf, at z/OS V1R4.0 Language Environment Bookshelf, at z/OS V1R4.0 UNIX System Services Bookshelf, at z/OS V1R4.0 Security Server Bookshelf, at IBM Redbooks, at z/OS Publications Search Bookshelf, at TY=US TY=US
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 45 JIM’S TOP 40 z/OS R4 MIGRATION REFERENCES 33. IBM Technical Documents (Flashes, White Papers, Downloads, etc.), at IBM Support (APARs, PTFs), at IBMLINK (APARs, PSP Bucket, Q&A; software license required), at IBM ResourceLink (Forums, Tools; requires registration), at SHARE Proceedings (requires SHARE membership), at IBM-MAIN (forums, archives; requires registration), at Search390.com (Q&A, White Papers, Ask the Expert, forums: requires registration), at Mainframehelp.com (articles, presentations, Migration Starter Kits), at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 46 JIM’S TOP 30 z/OS R5 MIGRATION REFERENCES References from Jim’s Top 40 for z/OS R4 also apply to R5 & R6 1. z/OS V1.5 Migration – All Supported Paths (PDF), at 2. z/OS V1.5 Migration – All Supported Paths (BKMGR), at 3. z/OS V1.5 Planning For Installation, at 4. Migrating to z/OS V1.5 – Getting to the Latest Release, at 5. Migrating to z/OS V1.4 or V1.5–Preparation Can Be Priceless, at 6. Cheryl’s Hot Flashes #12, at 7. z/OS V1.5 Introduction and Release Guide, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 47 JIM’S TOP 30 z/OS R5 MIGRATION REFERENCES 8. z/OS Statements of Direction and Notable Changes, at 9. z/OS V1.5 Migration – From z/OS V1.2 to z/OS V1.5 (PDF), at z/OS V1.5 Migration – From z/OS V1.2 to z/OS V1.5 (BKMGR), at z/OS V1.5 Migration – From z/OS V1.3 to z/OS V1.5 (PDF), at z/OS V1.5 Migration – From z/OS V1.3 to z/OS V1.5 (BKMGR), at z/OS V1.5 Migration – From z/OS V1.4 to z/OS V1.5, at z/OS V1.5 Migration – From z/OS V1.4 to z/OS V1.5 (BKMGR), at SHARE Presentation: z/OS V1.4 User Experience at Boeing, by Deborah Carnes, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 48 JIM’S TOP 30 z/OS R5 MIGRATION REFERENCES 16. SHARE Presentation: z/OS V1.5 User Experience at IBM Glbl. Svcs. at z/OS V1.5 Installation Web Page, at z/OS V1.5 Vendor Support page, at z/OS Support Web Page, at z/OS V1.5 Planning and Installation Bookshelf, at z/OS V1.5 Overview Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/e0z2bk40 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/e0z2bk z/OS V1.5 MVS Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iea2bk40 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iea2bk z/OS V1.5 JES2 Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/has2bk40 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/has2bk40
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 49 JIM’S TOP 30 z/OS R5 MIGRATION REFERENCES 24. z/OS V1.5 JES3 Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iat2bk40 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iat2bk z/OS V1.5 DFSMS Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/dgt2bk31 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/dgt2bk z/OS V1.5 Communications Server Bookshelf, at z/OS V1.5 Language Environment Bookshelf, at z/OS V1.5 UNIX System Services, at z/OS V1.5 Security Srvr. & Integrated Security Services Bookshelf, at z/OS V1R3 and z/OS V1R5 DFSMS Technical Guide, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 50 JIM’S TOP 30 z/OS R6 MIGRATION REFERENCES References from Jim’s Top 40 for z/OS R4 also apply to R5 & R6 1. z/OS V1.3 to V1.6 Migration (PDF), at 2. z/OS V1.3 to V1.6 Migration (BKMGR), at 3. z/OS and z/OS.e V1.6 Planning for Installation (BKMGR), at 4. z/OS and z/OS.e V1.6 Planning for Installation (PDF), at 5. SHARE Presentation: Migrating to z/OS V1.6 - Getting to the Latest Release, by Marna Walle, at 6. SHARE Pres.: Preparation Can Be Priceless, by Marna Walle, at 7. z/OS Statements of Direction and Notable Changes, at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 51 JIM’S TOP 30 z/OS R6 MIGRATION REFERENCES 8. z/OS V1.6 Introduction and Release Guide, at 9. What’s New in z/OS V1R6?, at SHARE Presentation: What’s New in z/OS?, by Mary Beth Bradley, John Eells, and Linda Windisch, at Software Developers Supporting z/OS V1.6 and z.OS.e V1.6, at Minimum Releases of IBM Software Products That Run With z/OS and z/OS.e V1.6, at bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2b116/C.0 bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/e0z2b116/C zSeries Platform Test Report for z/OS and Linux Virtual Servers, at z/OS V1.4 to V1.6 Migration (PDF), at
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 52 JIM’S TOP 30 z/OS R6 MIGRATION REFERENCES 15. z/OS V1.4 to V1.6 Migration (BKMGR), at z/OS V1.5 to V1.6 Migration (PDF), at z/OS V1.5 to V1.6 Migration (BKMGR), at z/OS V1.6 Elements and Features, at z/OS V1.6 Program Directory, at bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/I bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/I z/OS V1.6 Planning and Installation Bookshelf, at z/OS V1.6 Overview Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/e0z2bk50 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/e0z2bk z/OS V1.6 MVS Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iea2bk50 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iea2bk50
Copyright © 2004 Best Customer Solutions, Inc. 53 JIM’S TOP 30 z/OS R6 MIGRATION REFERENCES 23. z/OS V1.5 JES2 Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/has2bk40 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/has2bk z/OS V1.5 JES3 Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iat2bk40 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/iat2bk z/OS V1.6 DFSMS Bookshelf, at bin/bookmgr/Shelves/dgt2bk40 bin/bookmgr/Shelves/dgt2bk z/OS V1.6 Communications Server Bookshelf, at z/OS V1.6 Language Environment Bookshelf, at z/OS V1.6 UNIX System Services, at z/OS V1.6 Security Srvr. & Integrated Security Svcs. Bookshelf, at z/OS V1.6 C/C++, at
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