XA STORAGE POOL Statement -- Defines the 31-Bit Storage Pools

The XA STORAGE POOL statement, for operating systems supporting the XA feature, is used to define 31-bit storage pools and their characteristics, including the storage pool number, size, and types of storage the pool contains.
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The XA STORAGE POOL statement, for operating systems supporting the XA feature, is used to define 31-bit storage pools and their characteristics, including the storage pool number, size, and types of storage the pool contains.
The XA STORAGE POOL statement is used to define 31-bit storage pools for user applications. To define the 31-bit storage pool (storage pool number 255) for the processing of system modules, use the XA STORAGE POOL parameter of the system generation SYSTEM statement.
You can define up to 127 31-bit storage pools, each of which can contain up to four types of storage.
You define each XA storage pool with a separate XA 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.
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 XA storage pool using the DCMT DISPLAY ACTIVE STORAGE
storage-pool-number
statement.