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Miriam P Brown, Richard Cwiakala, Kenneth J Fredericks, Marten J Halma, David W Hollar, Roger E Hough, Suzanne M John, Assaf Marron, James C Mazurowski, Kenneth J Oakes, Charles E Shapley, Leslie W Wyman: Asynchronous command support for shared channels for a computer complex having multiple operating systems. International Business Machines Corporation, Bernard M Goldman, September 19, 1995: US05452455 (72 worldwide citation)

This invention involves reconfiguration support for shared I/O resources in a a computer electronic complex (CEC) supporting both shared and unshared I/O channels of the type described and claimed in U.S. patent application Ser. No. 07/898,867 (PO9-92-016) filed on the same day as the subject applic ...


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Frank W Brice Jr, Charles W Gainey Jr, Steven G Glassen, Marten J Halma, David W Hollar, Jeffrey P Kubala, Hans Helge Lehmann, Tan Lu, Michael G Melendy, Kenneth J Oakes, Charles E Shapley, Robert A Smith, John S Trotter, Leslie W Wyman, Harry M Yudenfriend: Method, system and program products for identifying communications adapters of a computing environment. International Business Machines Corporation, Eugene I Shkurko Esq, Blanche E Schiller Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, October 31, 2006: US07130938 (39 worldwide citation)

An input/output subsystem of a computing environment is configured as a plurality of input/output subsystem images, each of which appears to a program as an independent input/output subsystem. An input/output subsystem image includes one or more communications adapters used for communicating within ...


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Frank W Brice, Charles W Gainey, Steven G Glassen, Marten J Halma, David W Hollar, Jeffrey P Kubala, Hans Helge Lehmann, Tan Lu, Michael G Melendy, Kenneth J Oakes, Charles E Shapley, Robert A Smith, John S Trotter, Leslie W Wyman, Harry M Yudenfriend: Method, system and program products for identifying communications adapters of a computing environment. International Business Machines Corporation, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti PC, November 18, 2004: US20040230722-A1

An input/output subsystem of a computing environment is configured as a plurality of input/output subsystem images, each of which appears to a program as an independent input/output subsystem. An input/output subsystem image includes one or more communications adapters used for communicating within ...