Bruce, what is the rationale for turning them off?

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> From: bvining@VNET.IBM.COM [SMTP:bvining@VNET.IBM.COM]
> Sent: Thursday, November 11, 1999 3:51 PM
> To:   MI400@midrange.com
> Subject:      MATAGAT change
> 
> From the V4R4 Memo to Users (which hopefully everyone reviews):
> 
> Programming Considerations
> 
>   Machine Interface (MI) Changes
> 
>   Materialize Access Group Attributes (MATAGAT) Instruction
> 
>   For V4R4, access groups are turned off.  When turned off, any
>   segments created into an access group are ignored.  The output
>   of the MATAGAT MI instruction now always shows that there is
>   nothing in the Process Activation Group (PAG).  Previously, there
>   was usually, but not always, several objects in the PAG.
> 
> Bruce
> 
> >
> >We just upgraded from V4R3 to V4R4.  MATAGAT now returns zero number of
> >objects in access group, and zero pointers to objects in access group.
> Is
> >this behavior new for MATAGAT on V4R4, or an OS bug?  Has V4R4 eliminated
> >the PAGs?
> >
>  Subject: MATAGAT change
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