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One of the major concerns of users of virtual storage systems has also been a major objective of system designers, that is, ease of moving programs for OS/MFT systems to OS/VS1 systems. Discussed in this article have been supervisor and job scheduling operations that make such a move possible, whereby programs remain wholly or largely intact. The major innovation of virtual storage systems is that of dynamic relocation. Effects of dynamic job relocation on the supervisor and the job scheduler have been discussed.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 3 )