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Susan K Candelaria, Mark P Gardiner, Clint A Hardy, Matthew J Kalos, William R White, Stephen G Wilkins, Harry M Yudenfriend: Methods for transferring reserves when moving virtual machines across systems. International Business Machines Corporation, September 27, 2012: US20120246277-A1

According to one embodiment, a method includes receiving device information from a source system; building a virtual device on a host system based at least in part on the received device information; at least one of: transferring a reserve of a device stored on a storage device to a target system; a ...


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Susan K Candelaria, Mark P Gardiner, Clint A Hardy, Matthew J Kalos, William R White, Stephen G Wilkins, Hany M Yudenfriend: Systems, methods, and computer program products for transferring reserves when moving virtual machines across systems. International Business Machines Corporation, May 10, 2012: US20120117196-A1

According to one embodiment, a host system includes logic adapted for receiving device information from a source system, logic adapted for building a virtual device based at least in part on the received device information, logic adapted for transferring a reserve of a storage device to the host sys ...


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Frank W Brice Jr, Mark P Gardiner, Gustav E Sittmann III, Stephen G Wilkins, Harry M Yunderfriend: Method and storage medium for virtualization of device self-description information using in-transit modification. International Business Machines Corporation, Cantor Colburn, William A Kinnaman Jr, August 16, 2011: US08001544 (3 worldwide citation)

A method for changing self-description data of a functional device in a computing system. The method may include virtualizing the functional device to create a virtual functional device, and adding, changing, or removing information in the self-description information sent from a functional device a ...


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Susan K Candelaria, Mark P Gardiner, Clint A Hardy, Matthew J Kalos, William R White, Stephen G Wilkins, Harry M Yudenfriend: Methods for transferring reserves when moving virtual machines across systems. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, Zilka Kotab P C, December 26, 2017: US09852154 (1 worldwide citation)

According to one embodiment, a method includes receiving device information from a source system; building a virtual device on a host system based at least in part on the received device information; at least one of: transferring a reserve of a device stored on a storage device to a target system; a ...


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Susan K Candelaria, Mark P Gardiner, Clint A Hardy, Matthew J Kalos, William R White, Stephen G Wilkins, Harry M Yudenfriend: Systems and computer program products for transferring reserves when moving virtual machines across systems. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, Zilka Kotab P C, May 29, 2018: US09984097

According to one embodiment, a host system includes logic adapted for receiving device information from a source system, logic adapted for building a virtual device based at least in part on the received device information, logic adapted for transferring a reserve of a storage device to the host sys ...


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Frank W Brice, Mark P Gardiner, Gustav E Sittmann, Stephen G Wilkins, Harry M Yunderfriend: Method and storage medium for virtualization of device self-description information using in-transit modification. International Business Machines Corporation, Cantor Colburn IBM Poughkeepsie, May 24, 2007: US20070118834-A1

A method for changing self-description data of a functional device in a computing system. The method may include virtualizing the functional device to create a virtual functional device, and adding, changing, or removing information in the self-description information sent from a functional device a ...


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Frank W Brice, Robert J Bullions, Daniel F Casper, Joseph C Elliot, John R Flanagan, Mark P Gardiner, Catherine C Huang, Gustav E Sittmann: Flexibly controlling the transfer of data between input/output devices and memory. International Business Machines Corporation, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti PC, February 21, 2008: US20080043563-A1

Data transfer between input/output devices and memory is controlled. Data transfer begins under the control of one control block, and control of the data transfer is passed from the one control block to another control block, in response to transferring an amount of data specified in the one control ...