what IRLM stands for

Bernd Oppolzer

what IRLM stands for
Inter-System Resource Lock Manager?

That's what I've heard.

Regards

Bernd



Am Fre, 19 Dez 2003 schrieben Sie:
> It stand for Internal Resource Lock Manager. This is from the
> current DB2 Admin Guide.
>
> It started out as the IMS Resouce Lock Manager as many have pointed
> out. However, with DB2's increased use of it, back in DB2 Version 4 it
> was renamed ( I believe)...
>
> Willie
>

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Rajeev Vasudevan

Re: what IRLM stands for
(in response to Bernd Oppolzer)
IMS Resource lock manager.

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Inter-System Resource Lock Manager?

That's what I've heard.

Regards

Bernd



Am Fre, 19 Dez 2003 schrieben Sie:
> It stand for Internal Resource Lock Manager. This is from the
> current DB2 Admin Guide.
>
> It started out as the IMS Resouce Lock Manager as many have pointed
> out. However, with DB2's increased use of it, back in DB2 Version 4 it
> was renamed ( I believe)...
>
> Willie
>

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William Favero

Re: what IRLM stands for
(in response to Rajeev Vasudevan)
I am not trying to say what is the right or wrong definition of the
acronym. I am simply referring to what is stated in the Glossary on
page 1110 of the DB2 for z/OS Version 7 Administration Guide.

Bernd Oppolzer wrote:

>Inter-System Resource Lock Manager?
>
>That's what I've heard.
>
>Regards
>
>Bernd
>
>
>
>Am Fre, 19 Dez 2003 schrieben Sie:
>
>
>>It stand for Internal Resource Lock Manager. This is from the
>>current DB2 Admin Guide.
>>
>>It started out as the IMS Resouce Lock Manager as many have pointed
>>out. However, with DB2's increased use of it, back in DB2 Version 4 it
>>was renamed ( I believe)...
>>
>>Willie
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>



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K.A. Rodriguez

Re: what IRLM stands for
(in response to William Favero)
Sorry, no manuals on hand prior to V4...

IMS/ESA V4 Glossary

IMS/VS Resource Lock Manager (IRLM). An IMS component that provides lock
management for use by IMS subsystems that share data in an MVS
environment.

IMS/ESA V5 Glossary

IMS/VS Resource Lock Manager (IRLM). An IMS component that provides lock
management for use by IMS subsystems that share data in an MVS
environment.

IMS/ESA V6 Glossary

Internal Resource Lock Manager (IRLM). An IMS component that provides lock
management for use by IMS subsystems that share data in an MVS environment.

IMS V7 Glossary

Internal Resource Lock Manager (IRLM). An IMS component that provides lock
management for use by IMS subsystems that share data in an MVS environment.

IMS V8 Glossary

| Internal Resource Lock Manager (IRLM). A subsystem in an OS/390®
| environment that provides lock management, used by IMS subsystems to
share
| data.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

DB2 for MVS/ESA V4 Administration Guide

| IRLM. internal resource lock manager.

DB2 for OS/390 V5 Administration Guide

internal resource lock manager (IRLM). An MVS subsystem used by DB2 to
control communication and database locking.

DB2 UDB for OS/390 V6 Administration Guide

internal resource lock manager (IRLM). An MVS subsystem that DB2 uses to
control communication and database locking.

DB2 UDB for OS/390 and z/OS V7 Administration Guide

internal resource lock manager (IRLM). An MVS subsystem that DB2 uses to
control communication and database locking.

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