VME superNOVA Operations

VME superNOVA Operations


This course is for computer personnel who are new to VME Operating.




5 days. Hands on.

Course Objectives

This course provides delegates with the knowledge and skills needed to maintain the successful day-to-day operation of a VME system running on a platform. It has been designed to give a basic understanding of the superNOVA hardware and VME operating system together with practical experience of operator commands and facilities.

Course Content

VME operating system introduction and explanation.
superNOVA Hardware layout and connections.
Use and format of System Control Language operator commands
The VME catalogue on the superNOVA.
Hardware representation of the superNOVA in the catalogue with relevant operator screens.
The virtual machine environment in VME.
Job scheduling in the work management system using operator screens.
Control of the workflow/work scheduling.
The Journal System and System Housekeeping.
Load and closedown of the superNOVA VME system.
Simple use of Multi-Access Computing (MAC) Facilities.
An explanation of superNOVA Filestore (Disc and Tape).
Handling Tape categories.
Use of the TELL command.
SAM and VISA error functions on superNOVA.
Operator commands.
Multi-Nodal Systems.
Service Printers.

Virtual Courses

ALL of our courses can be delivered virtually. And our Bath public schedule of courses are now available as live virtual sessions, using the popular Zoom Virtual Classroom and remote labs. Delegates can test their access at: www.zoom.us/test

Public Courses

On-Site Courses

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