Getting Started with zPCR (IBM's Processor Capacity Reference)
Document Author: Additional Author(s):
Kathy Walsh, John Fitch
WSC IBM Z
z14; z/OS; z/VM; z/VSE
Abstract: This is the Getting Started page for those interested in using IBM's Processor Capacity Reference (zPCR) to capacity plan for IBM Z and LinuxONE processors. It includes links for accessing related educational materials and downloading the tool itself.
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Note: If your currently installed zPCR version is older than C9.0, it MUST be uninstalled prior to installing zPCR C9.4a (package includes Java). This is necessary to facilitate conversion to the new IBM Java v8 64-bit runtime environment that is required for zPCR.
To review the zPCR C9.4a NEWS file, click on What's New below.
This section is used to document Special Notices and FAQs regarding the operation of zPCR.
Special Notices Use of Capacity Estimates from zPCR Registration End of Life Statement for zPCR
IBM does not have a specific end of life date set for zPCR
Frequently Asked Questions How are the IBM z15 models identified? How are the IBM z14 models identified? How are the IBM z13 models identified? How are the IBM zEnterprise EC12 models identified? How are the IBM zEnterprise 196 models identified? How are the IBM System z10 EC models identified? How are the IBM System z9 EC models identified? How are the IBM zSeries 990 models identified? How often will I need to register my use of zPCR? What versions of Windows will support zPCR?
The currently supported environment is Windows 10/8/7 64-bit When must I reinstall the IBM Java runtime environment?
Periodically, the IBM Java runtime environment supporting zPCR will be updated to newer releases. When a new release is required, you must download and install the zPCR including IBM Java Runtime package, which will replace the older Java.
Planning and Design
Linux; z/VM; z/OS; z/VSE
IBM z Systems, IBM Z, IBM LinuxONE, zPCR, PCR
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