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+# 1. Scope.
+
+This section shall be divided into the following paragraphs.
+
+## 1.1 Identification.
+
+This paragraph shall contain the manufacturer's name, model number,
+and any other identifying information for the computer system to
+which this COM applies.
+
+## 1.2 Computer system overview.
+
+This paragraph shall briefly state the purpose of the computer
+system to which this COM applies.
+
+## 1.3 Document overview.
+
+This paragraph shall summarize the purpose and contents of this
+manual and shall describe any security or privacy considerations
+associated with its use.
+
+# 2. Referenced documents.
+
+This section shall list the number, title, revision, and date of
+all documents referenced in this manual. This section shall also
+identify the source for all documents not available through normal
+Government stocking activities.
+
+# 3. Computer system operation.
+
+This section shall be divided into the following paragraphs. Safety
+precautions, marked by WARNING or CAUTION, shall be included where
+applicable.
+
+## 3.1 Computer system preparation and shutdown.
+
+This paragraph shall be divided into the following subparagraphs.
+
+### 3.1.1 Power on and off.
+
+This paragraph shall contain the procedures necessary to power on
+and power off the computer system.
+
+### 3.1.2 Initiation.
+
+This paragraph shall contain the procedures necessary to initiate
+operation of the computer system, including, as applicable,
+equipment setup, pre operation, bootstrapping, and commands
+typically used during computer system initiation.
+
+### 3.1.3 Shutdown.
+
+This paragraph shall contain the procedures necessary to terminate
+computer system operation.
+
+## 3.2 Operating procedures.
+
+This paragraph shall be divided into the following subparagraphs.
+If more than one mode of operation is available, instructions for
+each mode shall be provided.
+
+### 3.2.1 Input and output procedures.
+
+This paragraph shall describe the input and output media (e.g.,
+magnetic disk, tape) relevant to the computer system, state the
+procedures to read and write on these media, briefly describe the
+operating system control language, and list procedures for
+interactive messages and replies (e.g, terminals to use, passwords,
+keys).
+
+### 3.2.2 Monitoring procedures.
+
+This paragraph shall contain the procedures to be followed for
+monitoring the computer system in operation. It shall describe
+available indicators, interpretation of those indicators, and
+routine and special monitoring procedures to be followed.
+
+### 3.2.3 Off line procedures.
+
+This paragraph shall contain the procedures necessary to operate
+all relevant off line equipment of the computer system.
+
+### 3.2.4 Other procedures.
+
+This paragraph shall contain any additional procedures to be
+followed by the operator (e.g., computer system alarms, computer
+system security or privacy considerations, switch over to a
+redundant computer system, or other measures to ensure continuity
+of operations in the event of emergencies).
+
+## 3.3 Problem-handling procedures.
+
+This paragraph shall identify problems that may occur in any step
+of operation described in the preceding paragraphs in Section 3. It
+shall state the error messages or other indications accompanying
+those problems and shall describe the automatic and manual
+procedures to be followed for each occurrence, including, as
+applicable, evaluation techniques, conditions requiring computer
+system shutdown, procedures for on-line intervention or abort,
+steps to be taken to restart computer system operation after an
+abort or interruption of operation, and procedures for recording
+information concerning a malfunction.
+
+# 4. Diagnostic features.
+
+This section shall be divided into the following paragraphs to
+describe diagnostics that may be performed to identify and
+troubleshoot malfunctions in the computer system.
+
+## 4.1 Diagnostic features summary.
+
+This paragraph shall summarize the diagnostic features of the
+computer system, including error message syntax and hierarchy for
+fault isolation. This paragraph shall describe the purpose of each
+diagnostic feature.
+
+## 4.2 Diagnostic procedures.
+
+This paragraph shall be divided into subparagraphs as needed to
+describe the diagnostic proce-dures to be followed for the computer
+system, including:
+
+Identification of hardware, software, or firmware necessary for
+executing each procedure
+Step by step instructions for executing each procedure
+Diagnostic messages and the corresponding required action
+## 4.3 Diagnostic tools.
+
+This paragraph shall be divided into subparagraphs as needed to
+describe the diagnostics tools available for the computer system.
+These tools may be hardware, software, or firmware. This paragraph
+shall identify each tool by name and number and shall describe the
+tool and its application.
+
+# 5. Notes.
+
+This section shall contain any general information that aids in
+understanding this document (e.g., background information,
+glossary, rationale). This section shall include an alphabetical
+listing of all acronyms, abbreviations, and their meanings as used
+in this document and a list of terms and definitions needed to
+understand this document.
+
+# A. Appendixes.
+
+Appendixes may be used to provide information published separately
+for convenience in document maintenance (e.g., charts, classified
+data). As applicable, each appendix shall be referenced in the main
+body of the document where the data would normally have been
+provided. Appendixes may be bound as separate documents for ease in
+handling. Appendixes shall be lettered alphabetically (A, B,
+etc.).
+
+
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+# 1. Scope.
+
+This section shall be divided into the following paragraphs.
+
+## 1.1 Identification.
+
+This paragraph shall contain the manufacturer's name, model number,
+and any other identifying information for the computer system to
+which this document applies.
+
+## 1.2 Computer system overview.
+
+This paragraph shall briefly state the purpose of the computer
+system to which this document applies.
+
+## 1.3 Document overview.
+
+This paragraph shall summarize the purpose and contents of this
+manual and shall describe any security or privacy considerations
+associated with its use.
+
+# 2. Referenced documents.
+
+This section shall list the number, title, revision, and date of
+all documents referenced in this manual. This section shall also
+identify the source for all documents not available through normal
+Government stocking activities.
+
+# 3. Programming environment.
+
+This section shall be divided into paragraphs as appropriate to
+provide the following information.
+
+The components and configuration of the computer system
+Operating characteristics, capabilities, and limitations,
+including, as applicable:
+1. Machine cycle time
+2. Word length
+3. Memory capacity and characteristics
+4. Instruction set characteristics
+5. Interrupt capabilities
+6. Modes of operation (e.g., batch, interactive, privileged,
+ non-privileged)
+7. Operational registers
+8. Error indicators Input/output characteristics
+9. Input/output characteristics
+10. Special features
+
+Description of the equipment (e.g., tapes, disks, other peripheral
+equipment) necessary to perform compilations and assemblies on the
+computer system. Identify (as applicable) by name and version
+number the editor, linker, link editor, compiler, assembler, cross
+compilers, cross assemblers, and other utilities used, and
+reference appropriate manuals describing their use. Highlight any
+special flags or instructions necessary for loading, executing, or
+recording the results.
+# 4. Programming information.
+
+This section shall be divided into paragraphs as appropriate to
+provide the following information.
+
+Description of the programming features of the computer's
+instruction set architecture, including, as applicable:
+1. Data representation (e.g., byte, word, integer, floating point,
+ double precision)
+2. Instruction formats and addressing modes
+3. Special registers and words (e.g., stack pointer, program
+ counter)
+4. Control instructions (e.g., branch, jump, subroutine and
+ procedure call instructions, privileged instructions, and the modes
+ they operate in)
+5. Subroutines and procedures (e.g., non reentrant, reentrant,
+ macrocode routines, argument lists, parameter passing conventions)
+6. Interrupt processing
+7. Timers and clocks
+8. Memory protection features (e.g., read only memory)
+9. Additional features, such as instruction or data cache
+ architecture
+
+Description of each instruction, including, as applicable:
+1. Use
+2. Syntax
+3. Condition codes set
+4. Execution time
+5. Machine code format
+6. Mnemonic conventions
+7. Other characteristics
+
+Description of input and output control programming, including, as
+applicable:
+1. Initial loading and verification of computer memory
+2. Serial and parallel data channels
+3. Discrete inputs and outputs
+4. Interface components
+5. Device numbers, operational codes, and memory locations for
+ peripheral equipment
+
+Additional, restricted, or special programming techniques
+associated with the computer system (e.g., a concise description of
+the microprogram control section)
+Examples that demonstrate the programming features described above,
+including examples of the proper use of all categories of
+instructions on the computer system
+Error detection and diagnostic features associated with the
+computer system, including condition codes, overflow and addressing
+exception interrupts, and input and output error status indicators
+# 5. Notes.
+
+This section shall contain any general information that aids in
+understanding this document (e.g., background information,
+glossary, rationale). This section shall include an alphabetical
+listing of all acronyms, abbreviations, and their meanings as used
+in this document and a list of terms and definitions needed to
+understand this document
+
+# A. Appendixes.
+
+Appendixes may be used to provide information published separately
+for convenience in document maintenance (e.g., charts, classified
+data). As applicable, each appendix shall be referenced in the main
+body of the document where the data would normally have been
+provided. Appendixes may be bound as separate documents for ease in
+handling. Appendixes shall be lettered alphabetically (A, B,
+etc.).
+
+
+
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