Re: Follow up to Membership Inquiry with the Open Mainframe Project

Michael Erichsen <michael.erichsen@...>



I have worked on installing Zowe on ZD&T. It kept on timing out, probably due to ZOSMF overhead, even though I ran with 4 normal CPU’s, three Ziips and a cryptocoprocessor.

The upcoming V1.8 should be without ZOSMF, so I am waiting for that before trying again.



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Subject: Re: [zowe-user] Follow up to Membership Inquiry with the Open Mainframe Project


Appreciate your note. I'd suggest posting this question to the zowe-user email list - I'll CCed this now.


Thank you,


John Mertic

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On Mon, Mar 2, 2020 at 8:04 AM Angelin Mariya <angelin.mariya@...> wrote:



Can ZOWE be installed in zDnT (IBM Z Development and Test Environment) as I saw  hardware requires, IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) or newer ?




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From: John Mertic <jmertic@...>
Sent: Monday, March 2, 2020 6:02 PM
To: Angelin Mariya <angelin.mariya@...>
Subject: Follow up to Membership Inquiry with the Open Mainframe Project



Hi Angelin,

Thank you for your interest in the Open Mainframe Project. In response to your membership inquiry, here are links to both a deck providing an overview of the membership and governance structure of the Open Mainframe Project, as well as the membership application and charter.

The Open Mainframe Project provides a unique opportunity for both business and academia alike to engage with Linux on the Mainframe. There are numerous opportunities to participate from both a business and technical level. I’d be happy to schedule time to walk through the project with you if you have more questions.

Feel free to reach out to me through the contact information below with any questions you might have.


John Mertic
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