Published May 2003
by IBM.Com/Redbooks .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||230|
This IBM® Redbooks® publication explains how to configure and manage independent disk pool (IASP) functionality of IBM i It is designed to help IBM technical professionals, business partners, and customers understand and implement independent disk pools in the IBM i IBM Redbooks This IBM«Redbook explains how to install and configure the new independent auxiliary storage pool (IASP) functionality of OS/«V5R2. It is designed to help IBM technical professionals, Business Partners, and Customers understand and implement IASP in the IBM iSeries server and under OS/ V5R2. IBM eserver iSeries independent ASPs. [United States?]: IBM, International Technical Support Organization, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Nick Harris; International Business Machines Corporation. International. International Technical Support Organization IBM i Independent ASPs: A Guide to Quick Implementation of Independent ASPs December SG
Fortress Rochester takes you behind the scenes at IBM Rochester and inside the iSeries to give you a guided tour of the very latest iSeries technologies and functions. Authored by Dr. Frank G. Soltis, IBM's iSeries chief scientist and the creator of the technology-independent architecture used in the AS/ and iSeries, Fortress Rochester is Cited by: 4. The other method is switchable disk technology, which is referred to as independent auxiliary storage pools (IASPs) on the iSeries server. This IBM Redbooks publication presents an overview of cluster and switched disk technology available at OS/ Version 5 Release 1. It explains the concepts and architecture surrounding iSeries clusters. presentation, iSeries Navigator uses the term "disk pools" to refer to Auxiliary Storage Pools (ASPs) and a prefix adjective that uniquely classifies the ASP to be dependent or independent File Size: KB. You can use system service tools (SST) and dedicated service tools (DST) to work with auxiliary storage pools (ASPs). ASPs are also called disk pools. You can create new encrypted or unencrypted user ASPs, or add disk units to an existing ASP.
iSeries Access for Windows now supports accessing multiple databases through Independent ASPs. To use Independent ASPs through ODBC, you need to set up your system, configure your ODBC DSN and then specify the RDB name that corresponds with the Independent ASP . On IBM i, disk units are grouped into Auxiliary Storage Pools (ASPs). There is always the system ASP, also known as ASP 1. There is always the system ASP, also known as ASP 1. However, you can configure optional user ASPs or independent ASPs. IBM eServer iSeries Independent ASPs: A Guide to Moving Applications to IASPs. IBM eServer iSeries Migration: System Migration and Upgrades at V5R1 and V5R2. IBM eServer iSeries Pocket Handbook: Version 5 Release 2 January IBM eServer iSeries Printing VI: Delivering the Output of e-business. Stupca explained that IASPs provide a way to mitigate risk of disk failure by designating part of the disk unit for various object storage. Independent ASPs are not automatically a part of address space. Stupca outlined the different types of ASPs: basic and independent. Basic ASPs are numbers 2 through 32 and are linked to the system ASP.