Coinciding with the announcement of the IBM zEnterprise 114 (z114) server, IBM introduces a new software pricing structure called Advanced Entry Workload License Charges (AEWLC). The AEWLC pricing metric leverages the reporting mechanisms and existing Millions of Service Units per hour (MSU) tiers of the Entry Workload License Charges (EWLC) pricing metric and the Midrange Workload License Charges (MWLC) pricing metric while extending the software price performance provided by the EWLC and MWLC tiers. AEWLC applies only to eligible z/OS, z/TPF, and z/VSE operating systems and their associated middle ware programs when running on a zBC12 or z114 server.
The SCRT User Guide contains information about the minimum system requirements, one time setup and processing of the SCRT data.
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APARs required to run SCRT
|z/VSE V5.2||DY47592||Enhance IJBCMT to issue system messages during an abnormal termination.|
|z/VSE V5.1||DY47587||Enhance IJBCMT to issue system messages during an abnormal termination.|
|z/VSE V4.3||DY47197||Support to extract SCRT89 records with DATE and TIME offsets using IJBCMTRP.|
|z/VSE V4.2||DY47029||Support of reporting of z/VSE system image capacities of less than one MSU.|
|DY47152||Support to process CMT data files using IJBCMTRP that exceed 32767 tracks on ECKD disks.|
|DY47111||Support for System z196 (D/T2817). Includes DY47029 and DY47152.|
|DY47194||Support to extract SCRT89 records with DATE and TIME offsets using IJBCMTRP.|
|z/VSE V4.1||DY47027||Support of reporting of z/VSE system image capacities of less than one MSU.|
|DY47110||Support for System z196 (D/T2817). Includes DY47027 and DY47152.|
|DY47196||Support to extract SCRT89 records with DATE and TIME offsets using IJBCMTRP.|
Help for the Sub-Capacity Reporting Tool (SCRT) or anything related to Sub-Capacity pricing is available by emailing email@example.com. If you have questions about the bill itself, please contact the IBM billing department.
The IBM z13s expands the breadth of the IBM z Systems family by delivering a strong range of new smaller-capacity, attractively priced models.