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OLD TAPES

     
Kermit A & B

Round REEL Tape

KERMIT A TAPE in AWSTAPE format zipped file kerm-a.zip

KERMIT B TAPE in AWSTAPE format zipped file kerm-b.zip

 

     
HASP 4 

Round REEL Tape

HASP 4 TAPE in AWSTAPE format zipped file hasp4.zip

A little about the tape from Kevin Leonard who is working on getting the MVT retro-fit to work.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
FILE                     PSWD                                BLOCK  BLOCKS
SEQ#   DATA SET NAME     REQD  C-DATE  E-DATE  RECFM  LRECL   SIZE   USED
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

++++ NO VOL1 LABEL FOUND.  NL ANALYSIS FOLLOWS ++++

   1                                            F               80     419
   2                                            F             1600    2879

*** EOV ***

The first file is LABEL=(1,NL),DCB=(RECFM=F,LRECL=80,BLKSIZE=80)
and contains HASPGEN and RMTGEN JCL, including TXT decks of the
programs that would later be found in SYS1.AOSH1.  The second file
is LABEL=(2,NL),DCB=(RECFM=FB,LRECL=80,BLKSIZE=1600), and contains
the source code input to HASPGEN that gets used to build SYS1.HASPSRC.
The program directory says:  "File one contains 419 80-character
records (unblocked).  File two contains 57,572 80-character records
(blocked 20 records or 1600 characters/block, 2,879 blocks)", which
matches the tape map nicely.  In a vanilla SVS environment, the
HASPGEN job reads file 2 as input, along with a card deck to
customize HASP for the local installation, and produces SYS1.HASPSRC,
whose source modules you then assemble and link.  For MVT, there's
an additional step required to refit the generated SYS1.HASPSRC
to work on MVT. 

 

     
NASA Goddard Tape  GODDRD

GODDRD mods tape

GODDRD TAPE in AWSTAPE format zipped file GODDRD.zip

GODDRD TAPE TAPEMAP ASCII to view tape contents

Circa 1976 from NASA Goddard.  Thanks 

 

     
SHARE '77 MVT PROJECT MODS

SHARE '77 MVT PROJECT MODS 3420 1600BPI TAPE

Instructions including description of modifications tape

'77 MODS TAPE in AWSTAPE format zipped file SHAR77.zip

'77 MODS TAPE TAPEMAP ASCII to view tape contents

Sample JCL to unload '77 MODS TAPE to DASD (ASCII)

 AWSTAPE virtual tape format.  

 

     
SHARE '75 MVT PROJECT MODS

SHARE '75 MVT PROJECT MODS 3420 1600BPI TAPE

'75 MODS TAPE in AWSTAPE format zipped file SHAR75.zip

'75 MODS TAPE TAPEMAP ASCII to view tape contents

AWSTAPE virtual tape format. 

 

     
GULF STATES OIL (GSU) MODS 

GODDARD TSO GOODIES TAPE 3420 1600BPI TAPE

Gulf States Oil (GSU) MODS TAPE in AWSTAPE format zipped file GSCTSU.zip

Gulf States Oil (GSU) MODS TAPE file one in ASCII text describes tape contents

AWSTAPE virtual tape format. 

 

     
SHARE '76 MVT PROJECT MODS

A sad pile of disheveled electrons formerly the SHARE '76 MVT PROJECT MODS

The "LOST" Tape.   This tape is currently unreadable and although I still intend to make several more attempts likely it is not recoverable.  If you have a good copy please contact me.  

These materials are available thanks for the efforts of William Smith and Sam Golob who saved these tapes for over 20 years and Frank Pajerski and others who produced the originals.  

 

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