VIRTUAL MACHINE/ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE VERSION 1 RELEASE 1.0
AND VERSION 1 RELEASE 1.1

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Announcement Letter Number 290-499 dated September 5, 1990
US - Last Revised on September 5, 1990



Brief Description of Announcement, Charges, and Availability

       Today, IBM announces Virtual Machine/Enterprise Systems
Architecture (VM/ESA (TM)), a major step in the evolution of IBM's
premier interactive operating system.  VM/ESA is a single product
that is positioned to replace VM/System Product (VM/SP), VM/SP
High-Performance Option (VM/SP HPO), and VM/Extended Architecture SP
(VM/XA (TM) SP).  This product introduces many extensions while
enhancing its functional versatility and ease-of-use characteristics.
VM/ESA provides a single user and application interface across the
System/370 (TM) and System/390 (TM) processor families.  VM Data
Spaces provide virtually unlimited data addressability on the
System/390 processors.  In addition, VM/ESA delivers greater
efficiency and capacity to the VM environment with software
innovation and ESA/390 (TM) technology.  New system capabilities
include integrated storage management and Personal Workstation (PWS)
synergy for distributed application computing.
       Planned Availability Dates:
       VM/ESA Version 1 Release 1.0
o   370 Feature:  September 28, 1990
o   ESA Feature:  March 29, 1991
    (With DFSMS (TM)/VM Function Level 210)
       VM/ESA Version 1 Release 1.1:  December 27, 1991.
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Customer Letter Section

HIGHLIGHTS
       VM/ESA
o   Provides a single VM that spans the System/370 and System/390
    processor families.
o   Improves systems management and user productivity through storage
    management automation.
o   Increases operating system capacity and efficiency by exploiting
    the latest hardware and software technologies.
o   Improves synergy between workstations and hosts for cooperative
    processing.
o   Improves distributed processing through greater versatility in
    data access and manipulation.
o   Enhances guest operating systems support.
o   Provides rich System Application Architecture (SAA (TM))
    capability, including distributed data base and interoperability.
o   Supports many application and industry environments.
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DESCRIPTION
       VM/ESA Version 1 consolidates the previous VM systems into a
single platform and provides a significant amount of new function,
along with new levels of performance and throughput.  VM Data Spaces,
a new data in memory concept, is introduced and provides virtually
unlimited data addressability on the ES/9000 (TM) line of processors.
With VM Data Spaces and expanded storage for the Shared File System
(SFS) impressive performance gains can be realized.  There are also
significant improvements in performance for SQL/DS.  VM/ESA provides
an operating environment which allows data access between SQL/DS and
DATABASE 2 (TM) (DB2 (TM)).  Workstation management by VM/ESA is
enhanced with IBM Workstation Data Save Facility/VM (WDSF/VM) which
provides the ability to automatically backup/archive workstation data
on the VM/ESA system.  Customizing, controlling and delivering
programs and data files from the VM/ESA host to programmable
workstation is provided through the IBM SAA Delivery Manager/VM
(5684-098).  Both cooperative and distributed processing are improved
with VM/ESA.
       The publications, VM/ESA GENERAL INFORMATION MANUAL FOR
RELEASE 1.0 and RELEASE 1.1 contain more detail about the new and
enhanced VM/ESA capabilities.  Following is an overview of benefits
which can be obtained by using VM/ESA.
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USER PRODUCTIVITY
VM/ESA introduces several new capabilities which significantly
improve user productivity.
       The common CMS component provides a single application
interface across the 370 and ESA Features for application
programmers.  This reduces time required to develop and modify VM
applications in enterprises that have mixed 370 and ESA capable
processors.  Additionally, 31-bit support expands an application
programmer's ability to further utilize VM's interactive (CMS) and
networking environments.
       The CMS component encompasses the currently available VM CMS
function and adds significant enhancements which can increase a CMS
user's efficiency in their work environment.
       A single VM environment along with a consistent 370 Feature
and ESA Feature installation service format simplifies the
installation and service process.  Automated build processing
functions for applying service to CMS modules further improves system
programmer productivity.
       SQL/DS' (5688-103) and SFS' usage of VM/ESA Release 1.1 VM
Data Spaces capability (support of latest hardware and software
technologies) provides faster data access.  VM/ESA's usage of the
newest processor and I/O technologies (Enterprise Systems Connection
Architecture (TM) (ESCON (TM)) in particular) results in improved
connectivity and flexibility.  Data storage and file management is
simplified through the use of the Shared File System.
       The CMS Utilities feature (optionally available with the ESA
Feature) consists of a set of modules and EXECs which may be invoked
interactively or by an application program.  They complement CMS by
providing tools and services (for example,  BROWSE, WAKEUP, FLIST,
DIRMAP) which further enhance the usability of the CP/CMS
environment.
       Significant improvement in RSCS Version 3.1 (5684-096) CPU
utilization can be achieved in file transfer intensive environments.
Additionally, improvements can be realized in file throughput,
particularly in networks where the bulk of the file traffic consists
of small files.
GROWTH ENABLEMENT
VM/ESA and the Enterprise Systems processors provide an unparalleled
functional and granular platform for growth, supporting the low to
high end System/370 and System/390 processor families.
       Enhanced 31-bit processing allows for significantly larger
applications (for example,  REXX), extends CMS capability (for
example,  XEDIT), and provides the capability of running more users
in the customer's VTAM (TM) network within a single virtual machine.
       VM/ESA applications can now use 2047MB (megabytes) of virtual
storage plus data addressability up to 2TB (terabytes).  Thus, new
opportunities for applications exist in areas that previously were
constrained.
       The Enterprise Systems Connection Architecture (ESCON) is
supported by VM/ESA, providing configuration flexibility, improved
availability, and enhanced connectivity.  DFSMS/VM, a major part of
VM/ESA's evolving system managed storage environment, provides an
installation with the flexibility to respond to the growing and
changing DASD hardware requirements of a data processing
installation.  For example, with DFSMS/VM, DASD migration of
end-user's minidisks is simplified.
       VM/ESA provides unmatched versatility in function, gives
growth opportunity which spans IBM supported System/390 and
System/370 processor families, and provides a flexible base for the
future.
INVESTMENT PROTECTION
VM/ESA is IBM's premier interactive, server and guest operating
system support that spans the System/370 and System/390 processor
lines.  It also supports existing application environments and
introduces new application solution alternatives through its support
of function such as VM Data Spaces, 31-bit REXX, and availability of
larger virtual storage.
       The ESA Feature of VM/ESA is the base for the single VM
platform on which all future enhancements will be developed.
       The single VM/ESA platform, the common CMS of the 370 Feature
and ESA Feature, and the associated CMS Application Programming
Interface (API) give customers investment protection and flexibility
for their applications.  Guest environments remain a key factor in
letting existing operating systems and their applications execute
without change while the new capabilities of VM/ESA are being
exploited and integrated into new business solutions.
SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
With VM/ESA a multi-system enterprise can run a single level of VM
across their complex.  This reduces system programmer time for VM
system education, installation, service, and control.  It also means
only one version of an application may be required to support your
business needs.  Many tedious aspects of storage administration are
simplified or eliminated when using the Shared File System; for
example, minidisk space management is significantly improved.
DFSMS/VM reduces complexity of the data migration process and
provides functions that save time and require less technical
knowledge.  This is accomplished by DFSMS/VM's automation of the
preparatory and cleanup tasks and its directory update-in-place
capability.
       Softcopy options (including CD-ROM) can provide cost reduction
while giving improvements in system library documentation
retrievability and customization.
       IBM's systems management strategy is being concurrently
introduced with VM/ESA.  This strategy is comprised of the SystemView
structure and the SystemView products.  VM/ESA is the VM environment
for implementing SystemView capabilities.  As relevant existing
products are enhanced, and new selected SystemView solutions are
provided in the VM/ESA systems management area, IBM plans to have
these products conform to the SystemView end-use dimension.
       VM/ESA's new packaging structure, System Delivery Offering

(SDO), provides a central ordering point and single deliverable that
contains VM/ESA and related IBM licensed products.  The package will
be refreshed quarterly with new function and service levels of the
products.  The package will also provide information about product
layouts, system samples, and system defaults.  This package offering
can reduce installation time and complexity.
       New VM/ESA service enhancements, including the introduction of
VMSES as a separate service component, reduce the complexity and time
required to apply service, while increasing customer control and
flexibility.  This means increased system programmer productivity
through additional automation of the product build process and
enhancements to the apply process.
       New RSCS configuration/operation commands and functions make
it easier to write EXECs that automate RSCS operations, and provide
significant resource reduction in RSCS network operation.  The RSCS
Gateway Programming Interface (GPI) provides an application platform
with increased connectivity beyond current support; for example, an
application can be written using this interface to allow connection
to a TCP/IP network.
BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
VM/ESA is an excellent platform for providing solutions to current
and future customer needs.  In addition to the wide selection of IBM
licensed programs supported, early contact was established with many
software vendors who offer software that complements the VM/ESA
system in providing additional business solutions.  Therefore, VM/ESA
is being introduced with a comprehensive application set (contact
your IBM marketing representative for a complete list of IBM and
non-IBM programs).  IBM supports enrichment of this VM/ESA
application set with continued emphasis on exploitation of the new
hardware and software technologies, while offering new VM/ESA
business solutions in application markets.  VM/ESA's ( Release 1.1)
Shared File System (SFS) is the first VM function to exploit VM Data
Spaces.
       VM/ESA's SAA capabilities enable system-to-system application
portability.
       As a client/server and cooperative processing computing
foundation, VM/ESA extends and integrates business solutions across
an enterprise while preserving investments in your VM and personal
workstation local area network (LAN) environments.  User productivity
is enhanced through improved availability of and access to both host
and personal workstation based resources.  Through additional
client/server and cooperative applications, growth is enabled for
personal workstation to CMS communications and LAN systems management
operations.
       The IBM WDSF/VM (5684-122) client/server licensed program
shows VM's flexibility as a server base and enterprise storage
manager by providing key automated backup and archive functions to
personal workstations.
       VM/ESA's expanding role in providing enhanced high-speed
communications between host processors (System/370 or System/390) and
personal workstations is exemplified by the VM Personal Workstation
Communication Facility (PRPQ P81056) and by an efficient
wide-bandwidth TCP/IP connection.
       VM/ESA synergy with personal workstations is key to addressing
and providing centralized integrated enterprise-wide solutions.
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STATEMENTS OF GENERAL DIRECTION
o   Structural Query Language/Data Set (SQL/DS) Exploitation of VM
    Data Spaces
    Support for VM Data Spaces in VM/ESA Release 1.1 provides
    significant performance and communications improvements through
    VM exploitation of IBM's Enterprise l/guest Architecture/390
    (ESA/390 (TM)).  It is IBM's intent that, in the future, the
    SQL/DS environment will be able to exploit the capabilities of
    VM/ESA Release 1.1.  For example, there will be significant
    performance enhancements for complex queries through exploitation
    of VM Data Spaces, large memory and VM/ESA handshaking.
o   ESA Support of Fixed Block Architecture
           Fixed Block Architecture (FBA) is a traditional part of
    the currently supported VM/SP environments, however, it is not
    supported in the VM/XA SP environment.  VM/ESA will support FBA
    devices with the VM/ESA Release 1.0 370 Feature.  In addition,
    dedicated guest support for selected FBA DASD in the ESA
    environment is available in VM/ESA Release 1.1.  It is IBM's
    intent that native FBA support for selected devices will be
    provided in the ESA environment in the future.
o   ESA Guest Encryption Support
           Encryption is a key function for high volume transaction
    processing environments.  VM/ESA's current focus is to provide
    guest support for migration, test, production and development of
    these environments.  Hence, it is IBM's intent that, in the
    future, VM/ESA will allow MVS/ESA SP Version 4 guests to utilize
    IBM's encryption hardware.  Additional detail on VM/ESA's
    encryption support for MVS/ESA SP V4 guests will be available at
    a later date.
o   C2/B1 DoD Security Support
           It is IBM's intent to meet the United States Department of
    Defense C2 and B1 security criteria as currently documented in
    the Trusted Computing System Evaluation Criteria, reference
    number DoD 5200.28-STD.  The specific details of the total VM/ESA
    Release 1.1 and RACF based Trusted Computing Base (TCB) product
    set will be provided at a later date.  These details will include
    product levels and availability dates of the products required to
    configure a system designed to meet the C2 and B1 standards.
    While IBM plans to deliver VM/ESA Release 1.1 based security
    support to the National Computer Security Center (NCSC) for
    evaluation as a TCB, there is no commitment that the NCSC will
    evaluate the support as C2 or B1, nor is there any prediction
    when VM/ESA will be placed on the Evaluated Product List.  VM/ESA
    is the intended platform for NCSC evaluated security support and
    therefore NCSC evaluated support will not be provided on VM/XA
    SP.
o   System-Managed Storage
           DFSMS/VM Function Level 210 forms the VM/ESA foundation
    for future system-managed storage.  As part of the system-managed
    storage evolution, it is IBM's intent that future enhancements
    will be supported in a manner that maximizes the external
    consistency between MVS and VM environments.  In conjunction with
    customer and user group requirements, IBM will assess the
    functions available in MVS and will choose those, along with
    others, that are appropriate for the VM environment.  These
    functions will be staged based upon VM needs.  DFSMS/VM support
    will be based on the Shared File System and the ESA feature of
    VM/ESA.  Future enhancements planned:
    -   Administrator controls to define and implement space
        management policies for Shared File System data
    -   ISMF administrative interfaces (panels) which will ease the
        task of storage management and minimize the educational
        requirements for mixed MVS/VM environments
           Additional details for future DFSMS/VM enhancements along
    with availability information will be given at a later date.
           It is IBM's intent to offer backup/recovery capability for
    both CMS minidisk and Shared File System data on the VM/ESA 370
    Feature and the ESA Feature for the system-managed storage
    environment.  Details will be provided at a later date.
o   VM Personal Workstation Communication Facility
           It is IBM's intent that the capability of the VM Personal
    Workstation Communication Facility will be developed to work in
    the ESA environment.  Additional detail regarding this support
    will be available at a later date.
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EDUCATION SUPPORT
       With VM/ESA ESA feature general availability, there will be
courses for experienced system programmers addressing migration from
VM/SP, VM/SP HPO, and VM/XA SP.  Education on VMSES maintenance for

VM/ESA will also be available.  A basic course for system programmers
who will implement VM/ESA but do not have VM experience is planned
for a later time.
       The course, "Bimodal CMS Application Programming Workshop"
(course number S3643) is available for CMS application programmers
and interested system programmers.  This course covers the Bimodal
CMS programming facilities and the Shared File System.
       Also available is the course, "System/390 ESCON Configuration
and Implementation" (course number J3614).
       Education is provided in a combination of self-study and
classroom courses.  Generally, a description of these courses is
contained in the Catalog of IBM Education (G320-1244).  Call IBM
Direct Education for information on current courses and new courses,
as they are announced, at the toll-free number, 800-426-2468, for
schedules, enrollments and to place orders for self-study courses.
SCHEDULE
       Planned Availability Dates:
       VM/ESA Version 1 Release 1.0
o   370 Feature:  September 28, 1990
o   ESA Feature:  March 29, 1991
    (With DFSMS/VM Function Level 210)
       VM/ESA Version 1 Release 1.1:  December 27, 1991.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
MACHINE REQUIREMENTS:  For full processor and device specifics refer
to the VM/ESA GENERAL INFORMATION manual which is available
concurrent with this announcement.
o   ESA Support
           The ESA capability of VM/ESA supports the ESA/370 and
    ESA/390 processor architecture.  This includes all models of the
    IBM ES/3090 (TM), ES/3090-9000T and ES/9000 models that support
    ESA/370 and ESA/390 mode.  VM/ESA Release 1.0 with the ESA
    Feature runs on the above processors with Original Equipment
    Manufacture Interface (OEMI) or ESCON channels, or if desired and
    if the PR/SM (TM) feature is present, in a logical partition.
    VM/ESA Release 1.1 supports the ES/9000 9221 series processors
    integrated adapters.  VM/ESA Release 1.0 ESA Feature supports the
    ESA Storage Key Facility (SKF).  This gives improved performance.
    ESA processors must have SKF for VM/ESA to run natively on them.
           VM/ESA has been designed and developed to exploit and
    support IBM's ESA/390 architecture.  VM/ESA Release 1.1 enables
    ESA/XC mode.  ESA/XC mode is a major VM advancement offering
    significant processing advantages through use of VM Data Spaces.
    This support is available with System/390 architecture.
           VM/ESA  Release 1.1 provides additional function for 3990
    Storage Control Model 3 and 3380/3390 DASD Devices.  This support
    consists of CP or guest control and exploitation of DASD fast
    write and cache fast write.
o   370 Support
       The 370 Feature of VM/ESA supports all IBM processors
supported by VM/SP Release 6, and also adds support for up to 64MB of
central storage and up to 32 I/O channels.  In addition, 370 Feature
supports the ES/9000 processors which are initially 370 only.
Support for logical partitioning is provided on these ES/9000
processors if PR/SM is installed.
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PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS:  VM/ESA
o   Release 1.0 (ESA Feature) and Release 1.1 require Assembler H
    (5668-962)
o   Assembler H is required for the 370 Feature if VM/ESA source is
    updated.
o   VM/EREP Version 3.4.2 (5654-260) and Device Support Facilities
    1.12 (5747-DS1) are required with all VM/ESA orders.
o   VM/ESA  Release 1.0 ESA Feature DFSMS/VM Function Level 210 (if
    used) requires:
    -   ISPF (5684-043) Version 3 Release 2, or later
    -   VM/Directory Maintenance (DIRMAINT) equivalence or DIRMAINT
        (5748-XE4) Version  1 Release 4, with APAR VM39261 and the
        VM/ESA DIRMAINT enhancement supplied by APAR VM42069
o   VM/ESA publications received via the Softcopy "displayable"
    feature require BookManager (TM) READ/VM (5684-062) licensed
    program.  ESA Feature publications received via the Softcopy
    'source' feature require BookManager BUILD/VM (5684-026) licensed
    program and BookMaster (R) (5668-015) licensed program to
    customize, update or print source material.  VM/ESA publications
    received on CD-ROM require BookManager READ/2 Version 1.2
    (5601-454) for OS2 (R) workstations or BookManager READ/DOS 1.2
    (5601-453) for DOS workstations.  BookManager products have
    prerequisite product requirements.  Specific detail is available
    in the BookManager announcement documentation.
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COMPATIBILITY:  VM/ESA is a new VM offering that supersedes VM/SP,
VM/SP HPO, and VM/XA SP.  VM/ESA Release 1.0 consists of two
features, a 370 Feature and an ESA Feature.  The 370 Feature supports
only the System/370 architecture.  It is built from a VM/SP Release 6
base and is upward compatible from that base.  The ESA Feature
supports the ESA/370 and ESA/390 architectures.  It is built upon a
VM/XA SP Release 2.1 control program (CP) base and is upward
compatible from that base.  The CMS, REXX, VMSES, TSAF and AVS
components are common to both features.
       Changes for the ESA/390 architecture and the many significant
VM/ESA enhancements required corresponding changes in some of the
internal control structures (internal interfaces, control blocks,
etc.) of the VM/ESA components when compared to the corresponding
components of VM/SP, VM/SP HPO, and VM/XA SP.  As part of preparation
for migration to VM/ESA, applications and programs should be
evaluated in this regard.  To assist in this effort, information
detailing the exact nature of these structure changes is contained in
the VM/ESA CONVERSION NOTEBOOK (SC24-5525) for the ESA feature, the
VM/ESA CONVERSION NOTEBOOK FOR 370 (SC24-5561) for the 370 Feature
and the VM/ESA CMS APPLICATION MIGRATION GUIDE (SC24-5454).
PERFORMANCE CONSIDERATIONS:  VM/ESA will provide most CMS users with
improved performance when compared with its predecessors VM/SP, VM/SP
HPO, and VM/XA SP.  This is accomplished while maintaining equivalent
guest performance.  VM/ESA Release 1.0 also provides additional
capacity for data usage, virtual storage, and I/O.  ACF/VTAM (TM)
(5684-095) Version 3 Release 3 and the Group Control System (GCS)
component of the ESA Feature have been enhanced to allow more users
to reside within a single virtual machine.
       VM/ESA  Release 1.0 ESA Feature Performance
       VM/ESA CMS, as compared to CMS with VM/XA SP Release 2.1,
gives the potential for realizing up to 7% improvement in internal
throughput rate (ITR) and up to 15% improvement in average response
time (depending on the workload) when running on the same processor.
       The Shared File System performance relative to minidisks on
the ESA feature is similar to VM/SP Release 6 in terms of CPU
resource requirements.  Significant improvements have been made to
SFS in the areas of increased capacity; for example one can increase
the users per filepool (around 150 previously to around 375 now).  In
VM/ESA Release 1.1, SFS will experience additional performance
improvement through use of VM Data Spaces.
       Current installations with multiple VTAMs or VM/SNA Console
Services/Support (VSCS) will be able to take advantage of the
enhanced GCS and VTAM Version 3 Release 3 by consolidating VTAM
images.  IBM's performance measurements demonstrate equivalent ITR
and response time can be accomplished when consolidating multiple (2
to 4) VTAM images into one.
       ESA performance information provided is based on laboratory
measurements.  Actual performance may vary depending on user
environment.
       VM/ESA Release 1.0 370 Feature Performance
       VM/ESA CMS, as compared to CMS with VM/SP Release 6, gives the
potential for realizing up to 10% improvement in ITR and up to 20%
improvement in average response time (depending on workload) when
running on the same processor.
       VM/SP customers experiencing real storage constraint at the

16MB limit will now be able to access up to 64MB of real storage and
utilize up to 32 channels.  Measurement of a CMS SFS intensive
workload on a 4381-13 with 32MB (increased from the previous 16 meg
limit) has shown a 20% increase in ITR and a 60% decrease in response
time when compared to VM/SP Release 6.
       System/370 performance information provided is based on
laboratory measurements.  Actual performance may vary depending on
user environment.
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USER GROUP REQUIREMENTS:  This announcement satisfies, or partially
satisfies, numerous requirements from one or more of the World Wide
User Group Communities, which include Australian SHARE GUIDE (ASG),
COMMON, GUIDE, European GUIDE, Japan GUIDE SHARE (JGS), Latin
American GUIDE (LAG), SHARE EUROPE and SHARE.
SHARE
SOVMSM87019    VM/XA Synchronous CP Command Support
SOVMSM87003    Full IUCV Support in VM/XA
SOVMSM87001    Dump Improvements in VM/XA
SOVMSM88002    TSAF should be supported under VM/XA
SOVMSI88039    XA-capable VTAM for VM/XA
SOVMSI88038    XA-capable NetView (R) for VM/XA
SOVMSM87021    Improvements to VM Utilities
SOVMSM81010    CMS MDISK integrity checking
SOVMSM87034    Support IPF Utilities in CMS Environment
VM Storage     Executive Summary -- Productivity
Management     Space Management -- Changing minidisk size
White Paper    Administrative Tools -- device independent space
SSD #361       management tools, simple commands for moving
               data from one device to another
               Enable Installations to integrate new hardware
               more easily
GUIDE
GO5HPX88028    An option for synchronous processing for
               VM/XA commands
GO5HPX87004    VM/XA Dump Space Allocation
GO5HPX87016    TSAF available under VM/XA
GO5HPX88006    VM/XA CMS support for ESA Architecture
GO5HPX88019    VM/XA Alternate Nucleus support
GO5HPX87012    Prevent Rewind and Unload of tapes upon Attach
GO5HPX87002    VM/XA Superset of VM/HPO
GO5HPX87028    Support of Directory Update-in-place
GU220088039    PROFS (R): TSAF availability under VM/XA
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GUIDE          Space Management -- Provide integrated storage
 Strategy      management tools.  Make interfaces for these
 Paper         tools as similar as possible for VM and MVS.
"VM Storage    Device related topics -- Provide the capability
 Management    of continuing conversion from one device to
 Futures"      another, regardless of file condition.
               Prevent the device conversion from dominating
               the channel or control unit.
SHARE EUROPE
CSVMVM88171    Synchronous processing of CP commands
CSVMVM88184    VM/XA Service Procedure Enhancements
European GUIDE
ESVMVD88018    Separate Dump Area for VM/XA
PLANNING INFORMATION
SYSTEM INTEGRITY
       System integrity is an important characteristic of VM/ESA.
IBM will accept APARs that describe exposure to system integrity or
that describe problems encountered when a program running in a
virtual machine not authorized by a mechanism under the customer's
control introduces an exposure to system integrity.  For a definition
of integrity which applies to VM/ESA, refer to Programming
Announcements 283-185, dated June 21, 1983 and 286-420, dated
October 7, 1986.
SECURITY, AUDITABILITY AND CONTROL
       The announced program uses the security and auditability
features inherent in the virtual machine structure and the
System/370, 370-XA, and ESA/370 architectures.  The security and
auditability function of VM/ESA is the same for ESA/390 and ESA/370
architectures.
       User management is responsible for evaluation, selection, and
implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and
appropriate controls in application systems and communication
facilities.
ORDERING INFORMATION
       The following advance VM/ESA publications will be available as
indicated.  To order, contact your IBM marketing representative.
                                          Availability
    Title                                     Date
General Information
 Release 1 (detail) (GC24-5440)           September 4, 1990
 Release 1.1 (overview) (GC24-5550)       September 4, 1990
 Release 1.1 (detail) (GC24-5550)         March 29, 1991
DFSMS/VM Function Level 210
 Overview (GC26-4703)                     September 4, 1990
NEW LICENSEES:  Orders for new licenses will be accepted now.  Unless
a later date is specified, VM/ESA 370 Feature orders entered prior to
the planned availability date will be scheduled for shipment
October 5, 1990.  ESA Feature orders entered prior to the
availability date will be scheduled for shipment April 5, 1991.
Orders entered after the availability date will be scheduled for the
week following order entry.
       New users of VM/ESA should specify:
        Type: 5684       Model: 112
       VM/ESA  Release 1.1 feature numbers will be identical to those
used to order VM/ESA  Release 1.0 ESA Feature.
BASIC LICENSE:  To order a basic license, specify the program number
and feature number 9001 for asset registration.
       VM/ESA
       For a graduated one-time charge or graduated monthly license
charge specify one of the following feature numbers as applicable and
corresponding to the group that contains the designated machine:
                                    BASIC GRADUATED
               BASIC GRADUATED      MONTHLY
               ONE-TIME CHARGE      LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP          FEATURE NUMBER       FEATURE NUMBER
  10            0824                 0806
  15            0825                 0807
  18            0826                 0808
  20            0827                 0809
  25            0828                 0810
  28            0829                 0811
  29            4776                 4774
  30            0830                 0812
  31            4777                 4775
  32            0831                 0813
  35            0832                 0814
  38            0833                 0815
  40            0834                 0816
  50            0835                 0817
  60            0836                 0818
       CMS Utilities Feature
       To order the CMS Utilities Feature (optionally available with
the ESA feature) for the basic license, specify the feature number
6218.  For a graduated one-time charge or graduated monthly license
charge specify one of the following feature numbers as applicable and
corresponding to the group that contains the designated machine.
Also, specify the feature number of the desired distribution medium.
NOTE: The CMS Utilities Feature is only available with the ESA
feature and therefore its distribution media is 9/6250 bpi Mag Tape
(feature number 3401) or 3480 Tape Cartridge (feature number 3404).
               GRADUATED            GRADUATED MONTHLY
               ONE-TIME CHARGE      LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP          FEATURE NUMBER       FEATURE NUMBER
  10            2697                 2594
  15            2698                 2595
  18            2699                 2596
  20            2739                 2597
  25            2740                 2598
  28            2754                 2599
  29            4850                 4848
  30            2755                 2626
  31            4851                 4849
  32            2756                 2627
  35            4313                 2628
  38            4314                 2655
  40            4315                 2656
  50            4333                 2657
  60            4334                 2658
NOTE: The group can be determined by referring to the Exhibit for IBM
System/370 or System/390 Machines (Z125-3901) or the exhibit for
non-IBM machines (Z125-3902) that are associated with the agreement

for IBM licensed programs.
       Entry Support License or License to Use:  To order an entry
support license or license to use license, specify the program
number, feature number 9001 for asset registration and the applicable
entry support license or license to use one-time charge feature
number.  An entry support license, also requires the feature number
of the desired distribution medium (obtained from the basic
machine-readable material feature descriptions which follows this
section).
                       Entry Support
                       License             License to Use
                       One-Time Charge     One-Time Charge
                       Feature Number      Feature Number
Description
VM/ESA 370 Feature
 (5684-112)             0805                0823
       NOTE: Entry support license and license to use license
machines can be determined by referring to the Exhibit for IBM Entry
End User/370 Machines (Z125-4382) that is associated with the IBM
Entry End User/370 Amendment (Z125-4379).
SINGLE VERSION CHARGING:  To elect single version charging, the
customer must notify and identify to IBM the prior program and
replacement program and the designated machine the programs are
operating on.
VERSION-TO-VERSION UPGRADE CREDIT:  To upgrade from a prior program
acquired for a one-time charge to a replacement program using a
version-to-version upgrade credit, the customer must notify and
identify to IBM the applicable prior program and replacement program
participating in the upgrade credit.
BASIC MACHINE-READABLE MATERIAL:  To order, select the feature number
of the desired distribution medium:
FEATURE
NUMBER       DISTRIBUTION MEDIUM
3401         9/6250 bpi Mag Tape
3402         9/1600 bpi Mag Tape
              (370 Feature only)
3403         1/4-inch Tape Cartridge
              (370 Feature only)
3404         3480 Tape Cartridge
       There are two options for ordering VM/ESA machine-readable
material.
1.  The VM/ESA starter system is for users who do not have a VM
    system or do not wish to use their current VM system to generate
    VM/ESA.  These users should use the ordering instructions
    entitled VM/ESA Starter Systems.
2.  The VM/ESA product tape is for users who plan to generate their
    VM/ESA system using their current VM system.  These users should
    use the ordering instructions entitled, VM/ESA Product Tape.
       Option #1 -- VM/ESA Starter System:
       Select the following feature number of the desired DASD
starter system:
FEATURE NUMBER          ENVIRONMENT
                        370 Feature
    6200                3350 Starter System
    6201                3370-1 Starter System
    6202                3370-2 Starter System
    6203                3375 Starter System
    6204                3380 Starter System
    6207                9332-400 Starter System
    6208                9332-600 Starter System
    6209                9335 Starter System
    6210                0671 Starter System
                         (for integrated 9371 DASD)
                        ESA Feature
    6211                3380 Starter System
    6212                3390 Starter System
       Option # 2 -- VM/ESA Product Tape:
       Select the following feature number for the desired product
tape:
FEATURE NUMBER       ENVIRONMENT
    6213              VM/ESA Product Tape
                      for 370 Feature
    6214              VM/ESA Product Tape
                      for ESA SUP 90XX
       When VM/ESA is refreshed, current VM/ESA licensees will be
sent a program reorder form which may be returned directly to IBM
Software Manufacturing and Delivery.  Select one of the following
feature numbers on the program reorder form.  A starter system and
entitled publications are not supplied when ordering refresh tape.
       VM/ESA Product Refresh Tape:
       Select the following feature number for the desired Product
Refresh tape:
FEATURE NUMBER       ENVIRONMENT
    6216              VM/ESA Product Refresh Tape
                       for ESA SUP 90XX
    6217              VM/ESA Product Refresh Tape
                       for 370 Feature
       DFSMS/VM for VM/ESA Feature:
       DFSMS/VM is delivered on the same distribution media as the
VM/ESA product tape.  Use the following feature number to order
DFSMS/VM:
FEATURE NUMBER       ENVIRONMENT
    6215              DFSMS/VM for ESA Feature
                       (most current level)
       In addition, IBM may provide DFSMS/VM functional levels on an
independent schedule.  Current licensees will receive this update
from IBM Software Manufacturing Delivery automatically.
       To suppress initial shipment of machine-readable materials and
publications, and for serial number assignment only, use initial
order suppress feature number 3444.
OPTIONAL MACHINE-READABLE MATERIAL:  To order, select the feature
number for the desired distribution medium and then select the
following feature number of the desired optional object material
tape:
FEATURE NUMBER       ENVIRONMENT
    6219             3800-3 Image Libs.
    6220             Publications Softcopy Displayable
                      (ESA Feature only)
    6221             Publications Softcopy Displayable
                      DFSMS/VM (ESA
                       Feature only)
       To order, select the feature number for the desired
distribution medium and then the feature number of the following
desired optional source material tape:
FEATURE NUMBER       ENVIRONMENT
    6222*            Restricted Source for 370 Feature
    6223*            Restricted Source for ESA Feature
    6224             Publications Softcopy Source
                      (ESA Feature only)
    6225             Publications Softcopy Source
                      for DFSMS/VM (ESA Feature only)
*  Contains Restricted Material of IBM
DSLO LICENSE:  To order a basic DSLO license, specify the program
number, feature number 9901 for asset registration, and the feature
number for a graduated one-time charge or graduated monthly license
charge that corresponds to the group containing the designated
machine.
                DSLO                DSLO
                GRADUATED           GRADUATED MONTHLY
                ONE-TIME CHARGE     LICENSE CHARGE
                FEATURE NUMBER      FEATURE NUMBER
  GROUP
  10             0856                0840
  15             0857                0841
  18             0858                0842
  20             0859                0843
  25             0860                0844
  28             0861                0845
  29             4780                4778
  30             0862                0846
  31             4781                4779
  32             1800                0847
  35             1801                0848
  38             1802                0849
  40             1803                0850
  50             1804                0851
  60             1805                0852
       To order a DSLO license for the CMS Utilities feature, specify
its feature number 6218, and the feature number for a graduated
one-time charge or graduated monthly license charge that corresponds
to the group containing the designated machine.
                DSLO                DSLO
                GRADUATED           GRADUATED MONTHLY
                ONE-TIME CHARGE     LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP           FEATURE NUMBER      FEATURE NUMBER
  10             4740                4598
  15             4741                4599
  18             4742                4696
  20             4743                4697
  25             4744                4698
  28             4745                4699
  29             4854                4852

  30             4746                4728
  31             4855                4853
  32             4747                4729
  35             4748                4730
  38             4749                4731
  40             4750                4732
  50             4751                4733
  60             4752                4734
       Ordering a DSLO feature will result in IBM maintaining a
record of this customer location as a DSLO user only.  All material
for the DSLO license must be ordered by the basic licensee.  If a
user selects DSLO, no other feature numbers are valid for this order
and no program materials or updates will be shipped.
UNLICENSED DOCUMENTATION:  A memo and a program directory for VM/ESA
and DFSMS/VM and one copy of the following publications are supplied
automatically with the basic machine-readable material.
Documentation marked with an asterisk (*) are not basic (entitlement)
publications.  Documentation marked with a pound sign (#) will be
available softcopy.
       VM/ESA  Release 1.0 370 Feature Publications
o   VM/ESA Service Guide for 370 (SC24-5429)
o   VM/ESA CP Planning and Administration for 370 (SC24-5430)
o   VM/ESA Installation for 370 (SC24-5431)
o   VM/ESA System Operation for 370 (SC24-5432)
o   VM/ESA CP General User Command Reference for 370 (SC24-5433)
o   VM/ESA CP System Command Reference for 370 (SC24-5434)
o   VM/ESA CP Programming Services for 370 (SC24-5435)
o   VM/ESA Library Guide and Master Index for 370 (GC24-5436)
o   VM/ESA System Messages and Codes for 370 (SC24-5437)
o   VM/ESA Interactive Problem Control System Guide and Reference for
    370 (SC24-5438)
o   VM/ESA Group Control System Reference for 370 (SC24-5426)
o   VM/ESA Conversion Notebook for 370 (SC24-5561)
       Summary Documents
o   VM/ESA CP General User Command Reference Summary for 370
    (SX24-5241)*
o   VM/ESA CP System Command Reference Summary for 370 (SX24-5242)*
o   VM/ESA Quick Reference for 370 (SX24-5246)*
       VM/ESA  Release 1.0 ESA Feature Publications (These will be
updated for VM/ESA  Release 1.1)
o   VM/ESA Library Guide and Master Index (GC24-5518) #
o   VM/ESA CP Command and Utility Reference (SC24-5519) #
o   VM/ESA CP Programming Services (SC24-5520) #
o   VM/ESA CP Planning and Administration (SC24-5521) #
o   VM/ESA Running Guest Operating Systems (SC24-5522) #
o   VM/ESA Virtual Machine Operation (SC24-5523) #
o   VM/ESA Conversion Notebook (SC24-5525) #
o   VM/ESA Installation (SC24-5526) #
o   VM/ESA Service Guide (SC24-5527) #
o   VM/ESA System Operation (SC24-5528) #
o   VM/ESA System Messages and Codes Reference (SC24-5529) #
o   VM/ESA Dump Viewing Facility Operation Guide and Reference
    (SC24-5530) #
o   VM/ESA Group Control System Reference (SC24-5531) #
o   DFSMS/VM Function Level 210 Overview (GC26-4703) #
o   DFSMS/VM Function Level 210 Installation and Customization
    (SC26-4704) #
o   DFSMS/VM Function Level 210 User's Guide (SC26-4705) #
o   DFSMS/VM Function Level 210 Messages and Codes (SC26-4707) #
       Summary Document
o   VM/ESA Quick Reference (SX24-5259)*
       Common Publications for 370 and ESA (These will be updated for
VM/ESA Release 1.1)
o   VM/ESA Licensed Program Specifications (GC24-5439)
o   VM/ESA General Information (GC24-5440) #
o   VM/ESA Introduction (GC24-5441) #
o   VM/ESA Service Introduction and Reference (SC24-5444) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Planning and Administration Guide (SC24-5445) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Administration Reference (SC24-5446) #
o   VM/ESA Connectivity Planning, Administration, and Operation
    (SC24-5448) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Application Development Guide (SC24-5450) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Application Development Reference (SC24-5451) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Application Development Guide for Assembler
    (SC24-5452) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Application Development Reference for Assembler
    (SC24-5453) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Application Migration Guide (SC24-5454) #
o   VM/ESA Programmer's Guide to the Server-Requester Programming
    Interface for VM (SC24-5455) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Primer (SC24-5458) #
o   VM/ESA CMS User's Guide (SC24-5460) #
o   VM/ESA CMS Command Reference (SC24-5461) #
o   VM/ESA XEDIT Command and Macro Reference (SC24-5464) #
o   VM/ESA XEDIT User's Guide (SC24-5463) #
o   VM/ESA Procedures Language VM/REXX User's Guide (SC24-5465) #
o   VM/ESA Procedures Language VM/REXX Reference (SC24-5466) #
o   SAA Common Programming Interface Communications Reference
    (SC26-4399)
o   ICKDSF User's Guide and Reference (GC35-0033)
o   VM External Security Manager Interface Macro Reference
    (SC24-5540)*
Summary Documents
o   VM/ESA CMS Primer Summary of Commands (SX24-5247)*
o   VM/ESA CMS Command Reference Summary (SX24-5249)*
o   VM/ESA XEDIT Command Reference Summary (SX24-5250)*
o   VM/ESA Procedures Language VM/REXX Reference Summary (SX24-5251)*
       CMS Utilities Document (only supplied if feature ordered)
o   VM/ESA CMS Utilities Feature (SC24-5535)
       Additional copies of unlicensed publications will be available
for a fee after product availability.  These copies may be ordered
from your IBM marketing representative through the system library
subscription service (SLSS) or by direct order.
       Combinations of the above publications may be ordered by using
one of the following Bill-of-Forms numbers.  Appropriate summary
documents are included with the following:
o   The Common and 370 Feature Publications (SBOF-3265)
o   The 370 Feature Publications (SBOF-3266)
o   The Common Publications (SBOF-3267)
o   The Common and ESA Feature Publications (SBOF-3268)
o   The ESA Feature Publications (SBOF-3272)
       Softcopy Publications on CD-ROM
       The first copy is available at no charge to licensees of basic
material by specifying the 70XX feature number.  Use the 80XX feature
number to order additional copies for a fee or for direct order, use
the system library subscription service (SLSS) and specify form
number SV21-9131.  DFSMS/VM publications are not available on the
CD-ROM media.
                        Single      Additional
                        Copy        Copies
                        Feature     Feature
Title                   Number      Number
CD-ROM Disk VM/ESA      7043        8085
 Pubs (SV21-9131)
LICENSED DOCUMENTATION:  The following licensed material and
microfiche will be available from IBM September 28, 1990 (370
Feature) and March 29, 1991 (ESA Feature).  To order, contact your
IBM marketing representative.
       The first copy is available at no charge to licensees of basic
material by specifying the 70XX feature number.  Use the 80XX feature
number to order additional copies for a fee.
                              Single      Additional
                              Copy        Copies
                              Feature     Feature
Title                         Number      Number
ESA Publications
VM/ESA Diagnosis Guide
 (LY24-5250)                    7042       8060
VM/ESA CP Diagnosis
Reference (LY24-5251)           7042       8061
VM/ESA Features
 Summary (LY24-5252)            7042       8062
VM/ESA CP Diagnosis
Summary (LX24-5260)             7042       8063
DFSMS/VM Function
 Level 210 Diagnosis
 (LY27-9589)                    7042       8015
370 Publications
VM/ESA Diagnosis Guide
for 370 (LY24-5242)             7041       8043
VM/ESA CP Data Areas
 and Control Blocks for 370
 (LY24-5243)                    7041       8044
VM/ESA CP Diagnosis
Reference for 370
 (LY24-5246)                    7041       8045
VM/ESA Diagnosis
 Summary for 370
 (LX24-5243)                    7041       8046
Common Publications
VM/ESA CMS Diagnosis
Reference (LY24-5244)           7040       8041

VM/ESA CMS Data Areas
 and Control Blocks
 (LY24-5245)                    7040       8042
                              Single      Additional
                              Copy        Copies
                              Feature     Feature
Title                         Number      Number
ESA Microfiche
VM/ESA DVF Listing
 (LYC0-9083)                    7052       8064
VM/ESA CP Listing
 (LYC0-9084)                    7052       8065
VM/ESA GCS Listing
 (LYC0-9085)                    7052       8066
VM/ESA AVS Listing
 (LYC0-9086)                    7052       8067
VM/ESA REXX Listing
 (LYC0-9087)                    7052       8068
370 Microfiche
VM/ESA CP/370 UP Listing
 (LYC0-9071)                    7051       8054
VM/ESA CP/370 AP/MP
 Listing (LYC0-9072)            7051       8055
VM/ESA GCS/370 Listing
 (LYC0-9073)                    7051       8056
VM/ESA AVS/370 Listing
 (LYC0-9074)                    7051       8057
VM/ESA REXX/370 Listing
 (LYC0-9075)                    7051       8058
VM/ESA IPCS Listing
 (LYC0-9076)                    7051       8059
Common Microfiche
VM/ESA CMS Listing
 (LYC0-9080)                    7050       8051
VM/ESA TSAF Listing
 (LYC0-9081)                    7050       8052
VM/ESA VMSES Listing
 (LYC0-9082)                    7050       8053
       Subsequent updates (technical newsletters or revisions between
releases) to the publications shipped with the product will be
distributed to the user of record for as long as a license for this
software remains in effect.  A separate publication order or
subscription is not needed.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
LICENSING:  The program in this announcement is licensed under the
terms and conditions of the Agreement for IBM Licensed Programs.
VARIABLE CHARGES APPLY:  Yes, for licenses obtained for a graduated
one-time or graduated monthly license charge.
INSTALLATION LICENSE OR LOCATION LICENSE APPLIES:  No.  A separate
license is required for each designated machine on which the licensed
program materials will be used.
USAGE LICENSE APPLIES:  No.
ENTRY END USER/370 AMENDMENT APPLIES:  Yes.  Terms and conditions
applicable to basic and DSLO licenses also apply to Entry Support
License and License to Use respectively.
EDUCATIONAL ALLOWANCE:  A 15% educational allowance toward eligible
license charges is available to qualifying institutions in accordance
with the Educational Allowance Amendment.  The educational allowance
may not be added to any other discount or allowance.  The educational
allowance may not be added to any other discount or allowance.
VOLUME DISCOUNT:  Not applicable.
VERSION UPGRADES:  Single Version Charging applies: As indicated
below.
       Version-To-Version Upgrade Credits apply:    Yes
Current Program             New Program             Single
Program   Program        Program    Program        Version
Number    Name           Number     Name        Charging Applies
5664-167  VM/SP          5684-112   VM/ESA             Yes
5664-173  VM/SP HPO      5684-112   VM/ESA             Yes
5664-308  VM/XA SP       5684-112   VM/ESA             Yes
5706-116  DFSMS/VM       5684-112   VM/ESA             Yes
          (Licensed
           Program)
5664-169  VM/XA SF       5684-112   VM/ESA             Yes*
5664-301  VM/IS          5684-112   VM/ESA             Yes
          Base(Core)
5684-112  VM/ESA           To a follow on , if any     N/A
*  Version upgrade credits do not apply to this monthly license
   charge only    licensed program.
WARRANTED:  Basic license -- Yes.  DSLO -- Not applicable.
LICENSED PROGRAM MATERIALS AVAILABILITY:  Restricted Materials --
Yes.  This licensed program will be available with source licensed
program material for some modules designated as RESTRICTED MATERIALS
OF IBM.  In addition, some modules will be available without source
licensed program materials.  These modules will be available in
object code.
TESTING PERIOD:  Basic license -- Two months.  DSLO -- Not
applicable.
PROGRAM SERVICES:  Central Service, including the IBM Support Center,
will be available until discontinued by IBM upon six months' written
notice.
       Central Service, including the IBM Support Center, for DSLO
licenses will be provided only through the customer location
designated for the basic license.
CHARGES
       VM/ESA VERSION 1 RELEASE 1.0 (5684-112)
         GRADUATED             GRADUATED
         ONE-TIME CHARGE       MONTHLY LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP    BASIC     DSLO        BASIC    DSLO
  10     $ 37,440   $ 28,080  $    780   $  585
  15       37,440     28,080       780      585
  18       37,440     28,080       780      585
  20       48,720     36,540     1,015      761
  25       63,360     47,520     1,320      990
  28       82,320     61,740     1,715    1,286
  29      106,800     80,100     2,225    1,668
  30      138,950    104,212     2,895    2,171
  31      180,700    135,525     3,765    2,823
  32      207,850    155,887     4,330    3,247
  35      239,050    179,287     4,980    3,735
  38      275,050    206,287     5,730    4,297
  40      316,300    237,225     6,590    4,942
  50      395,300    296,475     8,235    6,176
  60      493,900    370,425    10,290    7,717
ENTRY END USER/370 MACHINES
Entry Support License          $31,880
License to Use                   7,300
OPTIONAL CMS UTILITIES FEATURE (#6218)
         ( ESA FEATURE ONLY )
         GRADUATED             GRADUATED
         ONE-TIME CHARGE       MONTHLY LICENSE CHARGE
GROUP    BASIC     DSLO        BASIC    DSLO
  10     $   816   $   612     $ 17     $ 12
  15       1,055       791       22       16
  18       1,390     1,042       29       21
  20       1,825     1,368       38       28
  25       2,400     1,800       50       37
  28       3,120     2,340       65       48
  29       4,080     3,060       85       63
  30       5,280     3,960      110       82
  31       6,865     5,148      143      107
  32       7,870     5,902      164      123
  35       9,070     6,802      189      141
  38      10,420     7,815      217      162
  40      12,000     9,000      250      187
  50      15,020    11,265      313      234
  60      18,770    14,077      391      293
ONE-TIME CHARGE:  Customers who pay a one-time charge for a licensed
program receive enhancements and future releases, if any, at no
additional charge.  Significant new function may be offered as an
optional feature and charged for separately.  If a replacement
program is announced and the customer elects to license the
replacement program, a time-based upgrade credit may apply.
       VARIABLE CHARGES:  The applicable graduated one-time license
charge or graduated monthly license charge will be based on the group
of the designated machine on which the licensed program is licensed
for use.
       For upgrades of one-time charge licenses to a machine in a
higher group, the upgrade charge will be the difference in the
current charges between the two groups.  For downgrades of one-time
charge licenses to a machine in a lower group, there will be no
adjustment or refund of one-time charges paid.
       For upgrades or downgrades of monthly license charge licenses,
the monthly license charge applicable to the higher or lower group
will apply.
       ENTRY SUPPORT LICENSE/LICENSE TO USE ONE-TIME CHARGE:
One-Time charge authorized for use only on IBM Entry End User/370
Machines.