Auto-reply: Re: DB2 Logging (& all the rest)

Peter Wong

Auto-reply: Re: DB2 Logging (& all the rest)
 
I am on vacation on 12/24, and 12/26.   Please contact Ajay Srivastava or Sara Frankel  for all IBM Gateways issue.

-Peter

Dak Mac

Re: DB2 Logging (& all the rest)
(in response to Peter Wong)

Thanks a lot for replies Taddie, Just that I am new to IBM mf terminologies.
"Taddei, Cathy" <[login to unmask email]> wrote:Dak, DASD stands for Direct Access Storage Device, and refers to computer disk (hard drive) storage. In the mainframe world, a typical disk will emulate an IBM model 3390 disk drive, which has the capacity to store (depending on who you ask!) between 2.3 and 2.6 gigabytes (depending on block size and other factors). A typical mainframe installation will have hundreds, if not thousands, of such devices. Hope this helps,Cathy Taddei -----Original Message-----
From: Dak Mac [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Monday, December 23, 2002 3:38 PM
To: [login to unmask email]
Subject: Re: DB2 Logging (& all the rest)


Hi Roger
I noticed a term 'DASD space' : Can I know the meaning of this
what does DASD : stand for ?
Thanks a mil.
Dak'

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