Surrogate RJS for UCLA-CCN (RFC0490)
Original Publication Date: 1973-Mar-06
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2000-Sep-13
Internet Society Requests For Comment (RFCs)
Network Working Group John R. Pickens
RFC # 490 UCSB
NIC # 15355 6 March, 1973
references RFC # 436
RFC # 477
SURROGATE RJS FOR UCLA-CCN
By using UCSB's Network Standard RJS* users can now gain access to
UCLA-CCN's RJS without converting to the UCLA protocol. In addition,
the need to use and create files in an intermediate host is avoided.
For example, TIP users may operate with hot card readers and printers
through UCSB's Remote Job Server and have their jobs execute at UCLA-
CCN. The disadvantages of this scheme as compared to direct connections
to UCLA are as follows:
1. A small amount of additional JCL is required to route jobs from
UCSB to UCLA.
2. A UCSB batch account must be opened.
3. Turnaround time includes waits in UCSB batch queues.
4. The current implementation requires separate submission and
5. The RJS terminal used for submission/retrieval at UCLA-CCN
should not be accessed online until all transfers to/from UCSB
Hopefully, these disadvantages are outweighed by the convenient
interface to standard RJS.
Attached is the document which describes this procedure to access
*RFC #436 announces RJS at UCSB and RFC #477 describes its use.
UCLA REMOTE JOB SUBMISSION FROM UCSB
Users of the IBM 360/75 at UCSB may now route jobs to and from
UCLA-CCN (IBM 360/91). Only the reading, printing, and punching are
handled at UCSB while the scheduling, allocation of resources, and
execution are handled at UCLA. The program described below operates by
establishing operator and data connections with UCLA's Remote Job
Service through the ARPA Network and issuing operator commands to
control the submission and retrieval of jobs. Thus it is possible for a
user to run jobs on UCLA's 360/91 almost as if he were at UCLA.
Submission and retrieval are two separate phases which the user must
initiate for each of his UCLA destined jobs. Usually, two UCSB jobs
will be required for the two phases of one UCLA job. Exceptions do
occur using the BATCH options described below and jobs with a guaranteed
fast UCLA turnaround (e.g. QUICKRUN jobs.)
Commands are issued through JCL to the local process and resultant
actions and messages are recorded in the RJS system log on the user's
listing. The user must be aware of the timing of his commands, e.g. a
request to retrie...