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Ugochukwu Njoku
Frank W Brice Jr, Janet R Easton, Charles W Gainey Jr, Jeffrey P Kubala, Hans Helge Lehmann, Tan Lu, Ugochukwu Njoku Charles, Kenneth J Oakes, Dale F Riedy Jr, Charles E Shapley, Gustav E Sittmann, Leslie W Wyman, Harry M Yudenfriend: Managing sets of input/output communications subadapters of an input/output subsystem. International Business Machines Corporation, Eugene I Shkurko Esq, Blanch E Schiller Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, October 2, 2007: US07277968 (35 worldwide citation)

Input/output (I/O) communications subadapters, such as subchannels, of an I/O subsystem are dedicated to components, such as I/O devices, of the I/O subsystem. The subadapters provide information about the associated components, in response to the execution of I/O instructions. To enhance I/O connec ...


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Ugochukwu Njoku
Janet R Easton, Charles W Gainey Jr, Tan Lu, Ugochukwu C Njoku, Gustav E Sittmann III, Stephen G Wilkins, Frank W Brice Jr, Damian L Osisek, Donald W Schmidt: Demultiplexing grouped events into virtual event queues while in two levels of virtualization. International Business Machines Corporation, Cantor Colburn, Steven Chiu, May 31, 2011: US07954099 (4 worldwide citation)

A method, system, program product and computer data structure for providing for two levels of server virtualization. A first hypervisor enables multiple logical partitions to share a set of resources and provides a first level of virtualization. A second hypervisor enables multiple, independent virt ...


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Ugochukwu Njoku
Frank W Brice, Janet R Easton, Charles W Gainey, Jeffrey P Kubala, Hans Helge Lehmann, Tan Lu, Ugochukwu Njoku Charles, Kenneth J Oakes, Dale F Riedy, Charles E Shapley, Gustav E Sittmann, Leslie W Wyman, Harry M Yudenfriend: Managing sets of input/output communications subadapters of an input/output subsystem. International Business Machines Corporation, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti PC, July 28, 2005: US20050165969-A1

Input/output (I/O) communications subadapters, such as subchannels, of an I/O subsystem are dedicated to components, such as I/O devices, of the I/O subsystem. The subadapters provide information about the associated components, in response to the execution of I/O instructions. To enhance I/O connec ...


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Ugochukwu Njoku
Janet R Easton, Charles W Gainey, Tan Lu, Ugochukwu C Njoku, Gustav E Sittmann, Stephen G Wilkins, Frank W Brice, Damian L Osisek, Donald W Schmidt: Virtualization of infiniband host channel adapter interruptions. International Business Machines Corporation, Eugene I Shkurko, IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law, November 22, 2007: US20070271559-A1

A method, system, program product and computer data structure for providing for two levels of server virtualization. A first hypervisor enables multiple logical partitions to share a set of resources and provides a first level of virtualization. A second hypervisor enables multiple, independent virt ...


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Frank W Brice Jr, Scott M Carlson, Janet R Easton, Charles W Gainey Jr, Marten J Halma, Jeffrey P Kubala, Hans Helge Lehmann, Tan Lu, Kenneth J Oakes, Charles E Shapley, Leslie W Wyman, Harry M Yudenfriend: Method, system and program products for enhancing input/output processing for operating system images of a computing environment. International Business Machines Corporation, Eugene I Shkurko Esq, Blanche E Schiller Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, February 7, 2006: US06996638 (50 worldwide citation)

An input/output subsystem 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 is identified by an input/output subsystem image identifier, which is used by various programs to desi ...


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Frank W Brice Jr, Scott M Carlson, Janet R Easton, Charles W Gainey Jr, Marten J Halma, Jeffrey P Kubala, Tan Lu, Kenneth J Oakes, Charles E Shapley, Leslie W Wyman, Harry M Yudenfriend: Managing access, by operating system images of a computing environment, of input/output resources of the computing environment. International Business Machines Corporation, Eugene I Shkurko Esq, Blanche E Schiller Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, February 13, 2007: US07177961 (41 worldwide citation)

An input/output subsystem is configured as a plurality of input/output subsystem images, each of which appears to a program as an independent input/output subsystem. In response to an operating system image submitting an input/output (I/O) request requesting access to an input/output subsystem image ...


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Brenton F Belmar, Janet R Easton, Tan Lu, Damian L Osisek, Richard P Tarcza, Leslie W Wyman: Managing input/output interruptions in non-dedicated interruption hardware environments. International Business Machines Corporation, Arthur Ortega Esq, Blanche E Schiller Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, May 27, 2008: US07380041 (41 worldwide citation)

Input/output interruptions are managed in computing environments that do not use dedicated per-guest interruption hardware to present interruptions. Dispatchable guest programs in the environment receive I/O interruptions directly without hypervisor intervention. This is facilitated by using one or ...


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Brenton F Belmar, Janet R Easton, Tan Lu, Damian L Osisek, Richard P Tarcza, Leslie W Wyman: Managing input/output interruptions in non-dedicated interruption hardware environments, and methods therefor. International Business Machines Corporation, Arthur Ortega Esq, Blanche E Schiller Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, November 18, 2008: US07454548 (38 worldwide citation)

Input/output interruptions are managed in computing environments that do not use dedicated per-guest interruption hardware to present interruptions. Dispatchable guest programs in the environment receive I/O interruptions directly without hypervisor intervention. This is facilitated by using one or ...


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Donald W Schmidt, John A Aiken Jr, Frank W Brice Jr, Janet R Easton, Wolfgang Eckert, Marcus Eder, Steven G Glassen, Jeffrey P Kubala, Jeffrey M Nick, Jerry W Stevens, Ambrose A Verdibello Jr, Harry M Yudenfriend, Heinrich K Lindner: Communications between partitions within a logically partitioned computer. International Business Machines Corporation, Lynn L Augspurger, Floyd A Gonzalez, February 8, 2005: US06854021 (37 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for sending data from one partition to a second partition within a logically partitioned computer. In a data processing system having multiple logical partitions, a send queue is established in the first logical partition, and a receive queue is established in the second logical ...


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Frank W Brice Jr, Janet R Easton, Charles W Gainey Jr, Steven G Glassen, Beth Glendening, Marten J Halma, Jeffrey P Kubala, Hans Helge Lehmann, Tan Lu, Allan S Meritt, Kenneth J Oakes, Charles E Shapley, John S Trotter, Leslie W Wyman, Harry M Yudenfriend: Multiple logical input/output subsystem facility. International Business Machines Corporation, Arthur Ortega Esq, Blanche E Schiller Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, September 8, 2009: US07587531 (34 worldwide citation)

An input/output subsystem 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 is identified by an input/output subsystem image identifier, which is used by various programs to desi ...



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