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What is NSS and how to use it ?

NSS – Named Saved Systems An NSS is a copy of an operating system’s kernel or nucleus, which that has been saved in a chunk of CP’s storage. Using an NSS to IPL an operating system has several advantages over using disks.

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Understanding where DASD configuration resides

Actually, I had wrote that article before a long time ago even before I opened that blog, And after series of extensive improvements I’m glad to publish it. This article was wrriten in order to clarify how to manage dasd

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