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MVS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Multiple Virtual Storage, more commonly called MVS, was the most commonly used operating system on the System/370 and System/390 IBM mainframe computers. It was ...

MVS Operating System - History of Operating Systems
MVS, OS/390, z/OS operating system MVS (Multiple Virtual Storage) is the operating system which is developed by IBM in the sixties and supports POSIX.

What is MVS (Multiple Virtual Storage)? - Definition from ...
MVS Multiple Virtual Storage is IBMs bestknown operating system for mainframe and large server computers

OS/MVS - Server Operating Systems Technical Comparison
A Web site that looks at operating systems, takes a look at MVS, now officially known as z/OS.

MVS operating system - IBM
MVS operating system. This section describes how IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Business Integration interacts with elements of the MVS operating system.

IBM OS MVS System 390 z/OS mainframe operating system ...
IBM mainframe application analysis, design, programming, testing, and documentation. MVS and S/390 operating systems.

Installing MVS 3.8 - Jay Moseley
Installing MVS 3.8 Background. When I discovered the Hercules community in February, 2000, the only operating system that had been successfully implemented under ...

The Operating System Handbook
The Operating System Handbook or, Fake Your Way Through Minis and Mainframes by Bob DuCharme MVS

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