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September This edition replaces SC About This Document. Required product knowledge. Referenced documents. How to send your comments to IBM. If you have a technical problem. Summary of Changes. Version 1 Release New Information. Changed Information. Removed Information. Version 1 Release 8. Chapter 1. Introduction to Catalogs. Catalog Structure. Advantages of Using Catalogs. Using Access Method Services. JCL Considerations. Notational Conventions.

Chapter 2. Planning a Configuration of. Using Catalogs with the Storage Management. Catalog Rules for Data Managed by the Storage. Management Subsystem. Defining a Catalog Management Class. Defining a Catalog Storage Class. Sharing Catalogs Among Systems. Catalog Sharing Protocols. Sharing Catalogs Under the Storage Management. Preventing Lockouts on Shared Volumes. The Standard Search Order. The Multilevel Alias Facility. The Master Catalog.

Contents of the Master Catalog. Creating and Using an Alternate Master Catalog. Using Symbolic References for Aliases. Catalog Performance. Factors Affecting Catalog Performance. Caching Catalogs. Diagnosing a Catalog Performance Problem. Defining the Catalog Configuration.

Identifying the Master Catalog and Initial. Defining the Catalog Data Space Cache. Using Enhanced Catalog Sharing Mode. Chapter 3.

Defining Catalogs. Determining Catalog Size. Assigning Space to a Catalog. Setting the Catalog Control Interval and Area. Estimating Catalog Size. Choosing Options to Adjust Catalog Performance. Specifying the Number of Concurrent Requests. Other Catalog Performance Options. Defining a Basic Catalog Structure. Example: Defining a catalog. Example: Defining a tape volume catalog -. Defining Aliases for a User Catalog.

Example: Defining aliases for a user catalog. Recovering a VVDS. Example: Using a model to define a BCS. Updating the Catalog After Recovery. Chapter 4. Maintaining Catalogs. Recataloging a VVDS. Deleting BCS Records. Listing the Contents of a Catalog. Recovering Data Sets. Obtaining Information from an Application. Changing the Size or Contents of a Catalog. Chapter 7. Analyzing Catalogs for Errors and Synchronization. Splitting Catalogs or Moving Catalog Entries. Merging Catalogs. Changing the Size of a BCS.

Recovering from Errors Identified by. Renaming a Catalog. Altering Catalog Attributes. Chapter 8. Working with the Catalog. Moving, Connecting, and Disconnecting Catalogs. Address Space.

The Catalog Address Space. Moving a Catalog to a Different Volume. Moving a Catalog to a Different System. Maintenance Procedures. Establishing and Breaking Connections between. Deleting Catalogs and Catalog Entries. Deleting Catalog Aliases. Obtaining Information about Cached Catalogs and.

Removing All catalog Data from a Volume. Monitoring the Catalog Address Space. Catalog Record-Level Sharing. Deleting Sensitive Data. Chapter 5. Protecting Catalogs. Evaluating Catalog Data Space Cache. Authorized Program Facility Protection for Access.

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Introduction to Catalogs Accessibility Accessibility features Consult assistive technologies Keyboard navigation of the user interface Dotted decimal syntax diagrams Notices Policy for unsupported hardware Minimum supported hardware Programming Interface Information Trademarks Index Contents v. When possible, this information uses cross document links that go directly to the topic in reference using shortened versions of the document title. Feel free to comment on the clarity, accuracy, and completeness of the information or provide any other feedback that you have. Use one of the following methods to send your comments: 1. Send an to 2.


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