I/O Operations

I/O operations provides a single point of control for managing connectivity in your active I/O configurations. It takes an active role in detecting unusual I/O conditions and lets you view and change paths between a processor and an input/output device, which can involve using dynamic switching.

I/O operations changes paths by letting you control channels, ports, switches, control units, and input/output devices. You can do this via ISPF dialogs, as well as on an operator console or API.