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John M Dinwiddie Jr, Bobby J Freeman, Lonnie E Grice, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson, Gustavo A Suarez: Data processing system with system resource management for itself and for an associated alien processor. International Business Machines Corporation, Joseph T Downey, John C Black, May 12, 1992: US05113522 (145 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Method and apparatus for the direct transfer of information between application programs running on distinct processors without utilizing the services of one or both operating systems. IBM Corporation, John C Black, Robert S Babayi, Barry L Haley, November 29, 1994: US05369749 (80 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson, Gustavo A Suarez: Fault tolerant data processing system. International Business Machines Corporation, Joseph T Downey, Robert S Babayi, John C Black, June 28, 1994: US05325517 (69 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Uncoupling a central processing unit from its associated hardware for interaction with data handling apparatus alien to the operating system controlling said unit and hardware. International Business Machines, John C Black, Winfield J Brown Jr, October 13, 1992: US05155809 (61 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Providing additional system characteristics to a data processing system through operations of an application program, transparently to the operating system. International Business Machines, John C Terrile Stephen A Black Jr, Joseph T Downey, February 1, 1994: US05283868 (53 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Uncoupling a central processing unit from its associated hardware for interaction with data handling apparatus alien to the operating system controlling said unit and hardware. IBM Corporation, John C Black, Robert S Babayi, Barry L Haley, February 7, 1995: US05388215 (52 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e. S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors are ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson, Gustavo A Suarez: System for controlling access by first system to portion of main memory dedicated exclusively to second system to facilitate input/output processing via first system. International Business Machines Corporation, Joseph T Downey, John C Black, September 1, 1992: US05144692 (50 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson, Gustavo A Suarez: System for removing section of memory from first system and allocating to second system in a manner indiscernable to both operating systems. IBM Corporation, John C Black, Robert S Babayi, Barry L Haley, November 8, 1994: US05363497 (27 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Servicing interrupt requests in a data processing system without using the services of an operating system. International Business Machines, Robert S Babayi, November 29, 1994: US05369767 (20 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...