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z/VSE 5.1 supports 64 bit virtual addressing. To allow access to virtual storage above 2 GB, the program has to define memory objects (chunks of virtual storage) via the IARV64 assembler macro. The benefit of 64 bit virtual is not just to have access to...
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With z/VSE 5.1 we introduces 64 bit virtual addressing. That is now you can allocate and use 64 bit virtual storage above the 2 gigabyte (GB) line = above the bar. In your Assembler program you may use the IARV64 services to manage (e.g. create / free)...
from Blog: Ingolf's z/VSE Blog