1 edition of VAX/VMS command language found in the catalog.
VAX/VMS command language
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VMS Is an operating system introduced in by Digital Equipment Corporation which ran on their VAX Minicomputer. The VAX was the upgrade to the successful PDP It's processor (VAX/) supported five different levels of operation: 1. PDP emulation mode. In this mode the processor would run PDP code in a native environment. 2. The debugger command language specified in the OpenVMS Debugger Manual provides more than commands to control a debugging session, including these tasks: Control program execution on a line-by-line basis or at a user-specified breakpoint.
VAX/VMS started out in as "Starlet", a new OS for DEC's new bit minis, the VAX range, codenamed "Star". VAX was a bit upgrade to . VMS systems management. [Lesley O Rice] A hands-on guide providing information and examples for those involved in the management of a VAX VMS system. It contains information on file protection, logical names, Digital Command Language (DCL) Understanding user accounts Logical names
(DCL accepts those commands documented in the OpenVMS DCL Dictionary.) However, the system prohibits activities that violate the user's privilege allowance or exceed resource quotas. Managing System-Supplied UAF Accounts. Typically, you use the UAF supplied with the distribution kit. In our case, for our Web pages, we want all people (the world) to see our files, thus we need to change the file protection to let read the file. The command to do this on the Vax is call set protection. At the $ prompt type in set prot= w:r The w in the command means world. The r in the command .
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Sideris's book on DEC's Digital Command Language presents clear, understandable, and comprehensive coverage of all major commands and utilities, including basic commands, file maintenance commands, directory and file protection, print and batch queues, the VAX/VMS command language book editor, mail, and phone.
It is an easy and effective way to learn DCL/5. VAX/VMS: mastering DCL commands and utilities Paperback – January 1, by Daniel A Sideris (Author)5/5(3).
VAX/VMS Command Language User's Guide & Guide to Using Command Procedures [Digital Equipment Corporation] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. VAX/VMS: Mastering DCL Commands and Utilities 1st Edition by Daniel A. Sideris (Author)5/5(3).
Sideris's book on DEC's Digital Command Language presents clear, understandable, and comprehensive coverage of all major commands and utilities, including basic commands, file maintenance commands, directory and file protection, print and batch queues, the EVE editor, mail, and phone.
It is an easy and effective way to learn DCL. This book is somewhat dated (University textbook from early 90's), but still very useful. Besides the Intro to VAX/VMS and a Getting Started section, it contains instruction on File Specifications, Directories and Logicals, Digital Command Language (DCL), Symbols, Command Procedures and Batch, Editing and Formattintg text, VMS Mail and Phone facilities.4/5(1).
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An introduction to the VAX/VMS Operating System, presenting in detail the organization of the User's Interface. The book's basic approach is to present elements of the system, and to discuss their properties, hierachy and their interaction/interrelation.
DCL is the native scripting language of OpenVMS. Like batch files in DOS, or shell scripts in Unix, DCL makes all features of the VMS operating system available to you. This book takes a very useful, complete, and organized approach toward DCL and the VMS operating s: 8.
DIGITAL Command Language (DCL) is the standard command language adopted by most of the operating systems (OSs) that were sold by the former Digital Equipment Corporation (which was acquired by Compaq, which was in turn acquired by Hewlett-Packard).DCL had its roots in the IAS, TOPS, and RT OSs and was implemented as a standard across most of Digital's OSs, notably RSX, but.
Some Basic Commands As is typical of machines running the VMS operating system, the command language (or "shell", in UNIX terminology) by which a user communicates with the CS Dept.'s VAX (), is DCL ("Digital Command Language").
OpenVMS (Open Virtual Memory System ), previously known as VAX/VMS, VAX/VMS or (informally) VMS, is a computer server operating system that runs on VAX, Alpha and Itanium-based families of computers.
More information on these and other VMS commands can be found by typing HELP Editing Typing ED filename will bring up the VAX Editor to create or edit a file. In an existing file you can use the arrow keys to move around, then add new data or delete old data.
(The editor always works in insert mode ie anything typed will be inserted at the. OpenVMS is a multi-user, multiprocessing virtual memory-based operating system (OS) designed for use in time-sharing, batch processing, and transaction processing. It was first released by Digital Equipment Corporation in as VAX/VMS for its series of VAX minicomputers.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Using VAX/VMS. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
VMS COMMANDS Commands under VMS consist of the command name and qualifiers and parameters. For example, in this command PRINT/COPIES=2 PRINT is the name of the command. It tells the system to print a file. COPIES=2 is a qualifier that describes how you want the command to work.
MUMPS ("Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming System"), or M, is a general-purpose computer programming language originally designed in for the healthcare industry.
Its differentiating feature is its "built-in" database, enabling high-level access to disk storage using simple symbolic program variables and subscripted arrays; similar to the variables used by most.
VAX BASIC used the standard VMS calling standards, so object code produced by VAX BASIC could be linked with object code produced by any of the other VMS languages.
Source code for BASIC Plus 2 would usually run without major changes on VAX BASIC. When DEC created their Alpha microprocessor, VMS was ported to it and renamed OpenVMS. Using the OpenVMS System Manager's Manual. The OpenVMS System Manager's Manual is made up of two parts.
This book, OpenVMS System Manager's Manual, Volume 1: Essentials A second book, OpenVMS System Manager's Manual, Volume 2: Tuning, Monitoring, and Complex Systems Use these two books to get step-by-step instructions for general system management tasks.
Storage Library System for OpenVMS Command Reference Guide OpenVMS OpenVMS refers to OpenVMS operating system. The STORAGE ADD DRIVE command returns a drive to the pool of available drives for use by the MDMS software if the drive has been removed with the STORAGE REMOVE command.The book emphasizes sound, structured programming techniques that are modelled in a number of new program examples.
The text also features complete chapters on RMS, and the VAX VMS-debugger, including a new Structured VAX Assembly Language Programming, Second Edition, provides a complete, up-to-date introduction to VAX programming and the /5(13).VAX is a line of computers developed by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in the mids.
The VAX/, introduced on Octowas the first of a range of popular and influential computers implementing the VAX instruction set architecture (ISA).