CMOS Processor Table

GenerationDescription
G19672-Rn1
Service discontinued 2003-12-31
G29672-Rn2, 9672-Rn3
Service discontinued 2004-12-31
G39672-Rn4, 2003-nnn (Multiprise 2000)
9672-Rn4 Service discontinued 2006-12-31,
2003 Service discontinued 2007-12-31
G49672-Rn5
9672-Rn5 Service discontinued 2007-12-31,
G59672-Rn6, 9672-Yn6, 9672-Tn6,7060-nnn (Multiprise 3000)
9672-nn6 Service discontinued 2010-12-31
7060 Service discontinued 2012-12-31
G69672-Xn7, 9672-Zn7
9672-nn7 Service discontinued 2010-12-31
G7IBM eServer zSeries 900/800
z900 (2064),z800 (2066)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-01
G8IBM eServer zSeries 990/890
z990 (2084), z890 (2086)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-04
z/Architecture Reference Summary, SA22-7871-01
HLASM opcodes, APAR PQ85963
G9IBM System z9
z9 EC (2094), z9 BC (2096)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-05
z/Architecture Reference Summary, SA22-7871-02
HLASM opcodes, APAR PK18170
G10IBM System z10
z10 EC (2097), z10 BC (2098)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-06 (z10 EC)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-07 (z10 BC, z10 EC)
z/Architecture Reference Summary, SA22-7871-05
HLASM opcodes, APAR PK58463
G11IBM zEnterprise 196/114
z196 (2817), z114 (2818)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-08
z/Architecture Reference Summary, SA22-7871-06
HLASM opcodes, APAR PK97799
G12IBM zEnterprise EC12/BC12
zEC12 (2827), zBC12 (2828)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-09
z/Architecture Reference Summary, SA22-7871-07
HLASM opcodes, APAR PM49761
G13IBM z13, IBM z13s
z13 (2964), z13s (2965)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-10
z/Architecture Reference Summary, SA22-7871-08
HLASM opcodes, APAR PM79901
G14IBM z14
z14 (3906)
z/Architecture Principles of Operation, SA22-7832-11
z/Architecture Reference Summary, SA22-7871-09
HLASM opcodes, APAR PI62275

Notes:
  • The first generation to formally have a "G" designation was the G3 and the last was the G6.
  • P/390, R/390 and 3006 (Integrated Server) are also considered "G2" at a current licensed internal code level
  • Linux for S/390 requires a "G5" or later processor or equivalent in 31-bit mode. Linux for System z requires a z/Architecture processor or equivalent in 64-bit mode.
  • The current levels of Linux for z Systems require a z196/z114 processor (or later).
  • z/VM Level Sets
  • z/OS Level Sets
    • z/OS V1 requires a z/Architecture (z900/z800 or later) processor.
    • z/OS V2 requires a System z9 (or later) processor.
    • z/OS V2R2 requires a z196/z114 (or later) processor. 
    • z/OS V2R3 requires a zEC12/zBC12 (or later) processor.
  • Information on Processor Version Codes and SRM Constants (including information returned by STIDP and STSI).

5 comments:

  1. z13 last processor to run in 31 bit mode.

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    1. More accurately, z13 is the last processor to have ESA/390 mode.

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  2. I see that your page references the -09 edition of the Reference Summary and the -11 edition of Principles. I asked Tim Raley about these and he indicated they would be published "mid-august", which I guess is right about now.

    Were you able to get early access?
    Dave Cole
    dbcole@colesoft.com
    Cole Software
    www.colesoft.com

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    1. The z14 pubs became available with GA yesterday. I have updated the page to include the links.

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