STORAGE POOL Statement -- Defines Secondary 24-Bit Storage Pools

The STORAGE POOL statement is used to define secondary 24-bit storage pools and their characteristics, including the storage pool number, size, and type of storage the pool contains. Using the STORAGE POOL statement, you can define up to 127 alternate 24-bit storage pools, each containing up to six types of storage.
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The STORAGE POOL statement is used to define secondary 24-bit storage pools and their characteristics, including the storage pool number, size, and type of storage the pool contains. Using the STORAGE POOL statement, you can define up to 127 alternate 24-bit storage pools, each containing up to six types of storage.
You define each storage pool with a separate STORAGE POOL statement, specifying a number that identifies the storage pool. You can specify optional parameters or allow parameter defaults noted in the syntax description.
At runtime, users can display summary statistics for all storage pools in the system with the DCMT DISPLAY ALL STORAGE POOLS statement. Users can display statistics for a single storage pool using the DCMT DISPLAY ACTIVE STORAGE statement.
When using storage protect in a production environment, the storage pools must be defined in such a manner that all forms of user-oriented storage are segregated from the system-oriented storage. In other words, explicitly define both an XA and a non-XA storage pool for user storage types. Storage types: User, User kept, Shared, and Shared kept, can be together, but they must be defined to secondary storage pools and must be isolated from any secondary pools which contain either Database or Terminal type storage. Do not use the ALL keyword in the sub-clause "Contains types (ALL)" and do not permit this sub-clause to default on any storage pool being defined for a storage protected production environment, instead the types must be explicitly stated for each pool being defined.