|Author:||Leo J Langevin|
|Title:||DOS/VSE/SP guide for systems programming: Concepts, programs, macros, subroutines|
|Format:||mobi mbr doc azw|
|ePUB size:||1124 kb|
|FB2 size:||1705 kb|
|DJVU size:||1755 kb|
|Publisher:||QED Information Sciences (1990)|
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VSE/ESA was a 31-bit DOS/VSE version, which was released in 1990 with support for up to 384 MB of real storage. It provided up to twelve static partitions and allowed VSE/POWER and ACF/VTAM to be run in private address spaces. It introduced a new feature called dynamic partitions which could allow up to 150 concurrent jobs, each in its own address space. Version 1 could run in either ESA or 370 mode, with the ESA mode also supporting XA hardware with limitations. DOS-VS allowed up to seven concurrent programs, although five or six was a more common number due to the smaller scale of the hardware usually hosting DOS systems. Both DOS and DOS-VS allow the number of partitions to be set at IPL (Initial Program Load), the IBM term for Boot load. Executable programs were stored in a Core Image Library.
by Leo J Langevin · data of the paperback book DOS/VSE/SP guide for systems. ISBN: 978-0-89435-299-7. ISBN-10: 0-89435-299-7. QED Information Sciences · 1990.