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Quick_ Reference for everyday use with z/OS

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  1. Any mixed accidental operation commands
  2. TSO/ISPF System commands
  3. “No connection” problem in TSO/ISPF C/S wsa environment
  4. Add a new KBI/Dimension user in CICS10/90
  5. TSO/ISPF other specific operations
  6. TSO/ISPF da
  7. Logrec operations (ERP clearing)
  8. JES2 – clearing
  9. Print01 – clearing
  10. SMF – clear
  11. Console messages processing (clear)
  12. SYSLOG processing (clearing)
  13. LPAR system name – sys1.parmlib(IEASYS00) – sysname=bc2a system name
  14. BC2A DUMPs – delete
  15. 15. Map a letter Y to directory access
  16. /D IKJTSO,SEND
  17. RMF Monitor III options in ERBRMF04 of sys1.parmlib
  18. Monitor III report commands – Overview

 

The present reference is an aggregation of  system commands   activities during a bank Mainframe support:

       1. Any mixed accidental operation commands and advice

JES2 print to Seq file in MF

S RESTROZ JOB03099 (or press ? – S /select any from JESMSGLG, JESJCL, JESYSMSG, SYSPRINT, PRINT0 etc./)

– print d (DSN=’print01.restroz’ ) – 2 lines opened

– print – 340 lines printed
– print close – closed 340 line

– p.3.4 – print01.restroz – b /browse/ to verify it is created

XDC  GFTPG07

Define new file ‘print01.GFT07’ – print close – p.3.4 for ‘print01.GFT07 with all JES output

IND$FILE – get source member from library of MF to PC in .txt

IND$FILE GET BC2A.ZOS140.OPER.LIB(SMFSAVW1) ASCII CRLF

From   TSO/ISPF  “a” session –  Enter   –    p.6  (ISPF Command Shell)

In DOSprompt at  PC enter:

D: cd ADMIN\sysprog\Ibm_tool\SMF_process\SMF_BC2A_jobscopy/paste   from  here and  then press right key  of the mouse in  DOSprompt .

receive  COPYSMFX_JOB.txt a: BC2A.ZOS140.OPER.LIB.CICS10(COPYSMFX) ascii crlf   – copy/paste from  here and  then press right key  of the mouse in  DOSprompt .

(When a  text is copied in DOSprompt, it has to be marked and press Enter, and after that – paste in Windows)

FTP/Get – fast download to PC in .txt any sequential file from MF:

Command prompt:

D: ftp 10.212.4.90

Bca1mgp

Yana3

230 BCA1MGP is logged on.  Working directory is “BCA1MGP.”.

Cd .. “” – to remove bca1mgp prefix

250 “” is the working directory name prefix.

Get KCI09.PRINT01.B6600.LPRT.L66NEW01.L  L66NEW01.txt

125 Sending data set KCI09.PRINT01.B6600.LPRT.L66NEW01.L FIXrecfm 681

250 Transfer completed successfully.

ftp: 4100770 bytes received in 0.42Seconds 9763.74Kbytes/sec.

Rozka – FTP:

Word – L – VTORI-ETAP-11.2013 – 01.2007 – 2 clicks left – right – copy address – right –

Command prompt: L: – cd – paste (right) – in fold II etap\01.2007: ftp 10.212.4.90 –  bca1mgp/yana1

In p.1.3.4 = copy PRINT01.KCI01.TDKM0107.TXT – paste in command prompt /right/ –

Get ‘PRINT01.KCI01.TDKM0107.TXT’ TDKM0107.TXT – enter

Bye

Cd ..

L:

D:\>ftp 10.212.4.90

MF System info:

V 190E,ONLINE

D U,DASD,ONLINE,0000,999

D IOS,CONFIG(ALL)

D IPLINFO

and the active IODF, suppose this is SYS1.IODF24

If all SMF datasets are full, so data is saved in storage, and when it is full the system will stop.
If You don’t need this data for accounting reasons, you must clear them with command:
s SMFCLEAR
more times until system says something like:
IEE388I SMF NOW RECORDING ON VOLSER xxxxxx, DSN=SYS1.MANx TIME= 13.12.16
and response to:
d SMF
is like:
NAME                VOLSER SIZE(BLKS) %FULL  STATUS
P-SYS1.ZOS28.MAN1     Z18PL2      7200    1   ACTIVE
S-SYS1.ZOS28.MAN2     Z18PL2      3600     0  ALTERNATE
S-SYS1.ZOS28.MAN3     Z18PL2      3600     0  ALTERNATE

To clean JES queues with the following commands –no  JQES buffers:

$pt 1-9999
$ps 1-9999
$pj 1-9999
These commands will clear output of all TSO, STC and JOBS. I hope then system will begin normal operations.

If not help, cold start doing the following:
a) modify JES2 start procedure and remove “PARM=WARM,NOREQ” from EXEC statement (be carefull not to spoil JES2 procedure, otherwise system will not start)
b) re-IPL z/OS
c) on MSG: $HASP426 SPECIFY OPTIONS – JES2 z/OS 1.4 reply:  R xx,FORMAT,NOREQ

      2.TSO/ISPF System commands

SD  SDSF     – System Display and Search Facility

sd.log – System log commands:

SCROLL ===> CSR /by f8 go to top/  or page

– s net,,,(list=01) – from master or alternate console

–  /d sms – to see time of day /clock/ + DFSMS files

– /d  smf – to see time of day /clock/ + SMF DATA SETS

– /v 167a,online, /v 1678-167b,online – set online one or more  with phys.addr. devices

– /v 167a,offline, /v 1678-167b,offline – set offline one or more  with phys.addr. devices

– /v net,id=bc1bvtam,inact,f – inactivate vtam forced of lpar bc1b

-/net,majnodes – display vtam nodes

– /s smfclear – clear all smf  files /man1, 2,3/

– /d tcpip,,t,conn – display tcp

– /v tcpip,,0,bc2a.zos140.parmlib(tcpprof) – activate tcp after update in bc2a.zos140.parmlib(tcpprof)

– /d u,,,1678,3 – display status/online,offline/ of 3 with phys.addr. devices

– /c u=ibmuser – cancel tso  ibmuser if pending

-/f u=bca1mgp,arm – cancel tso user forced

– /FORCE jobname

/FORCE JHOLD

IEF743I INIT     FORCED – CODE SA22 – IN ADDRESS SPACE 0025

$HASP311 JHOLD    RE-QUEUED AT END OF MEMORY AND HELD

S INIT.INIT,,,JES2,SUB=JES2

IEE301I JHOLD             FORCE COMMAND ACCEPTED

IEF743I JHOLD    FORCED – CODE SA22 – IN ADDRESS SPACE 0025

$HASP310 INIT     TERMINATED AT END OF MEMORY

$HASP100 INIT     ON STCINRDR

IEF695I START INIT     WITH JOBNAME INIT     IS ASSIGNED TO USER STCUSER

, GROUP SYS1

$HASP373 INIT     STARTED

IEF403I INIT – STARTED – TIME=14.46.49

$HASP309 INIT 1    INACTIVE ******** C=ABC

-/FORCE U=userid

-/d ts,a – display active tso users

-/d iplinfo

-/d ios,config

-/$dspl – display jes2 spool utilization

-/d r,l – display all requests

-/d a,l – display all running jobs

-/$t o jobxx,q=z.del=all – delete jobs with prefix jobxx

– / D T       – display time and date full

IEE136I LOCAL: TIME=13.25.39 DATE=2012.342  GMT: TIME=12.20.17

DATE=2012.342 (2012/12/07= 07.12.2012)

– / D U,IPLVOL   – display IPL volume address and name

IEE457I 13.29.19 UNIT STATUS 304

UNIT TYPE STATUS        VOLSER     VOLSTATE

0640 3390 S             BC2RIC     PRIV/RSDNT

ISPF commans (P   PDF      – ISPF/Program Development Facility):

– p.6 – rmf – 2-2-3- f tso300 – find phys. Address of vol=tso300

– f ‘1’ 48 – find 1 at 48 position

– caps on/off – capita/small letters

– hex on/off – hexadecimal/characters symbols

– PAGE / CSR – change Scroll for PF8 on next page or the line position on top of page

Console commands:

–   /D C,HC – display current console messages in the buffer

– k q,r=hc – clear wto messages

– d a otsu – display tso users

– s net,,,(list=01) – starting VTAM in LPAR bc2a/90

– alternate console – id=mfcuser, pw=qaz123WSX – starting – connect – pw:  operatori

– f racf,alu user_id password(yourpw) from Console

Jes2 commands –  Sd.ST  –    Status of jobs:

– s – start listing – n – stop after jcl

– c 120 999 all – change/replace 120  text in a member with 999 at all places

– ? job – s job step – print d /open new print01 file/ ­- print – print close

– //p ——// – purge jobs in jes2  from TSO

– $p jes2,abend – reply 3,end

–  s jes2,start=cold

– $p spl,bc2sp7 – delete spool volume

– $dspl – display  spool volumes usage %

– /$DQ   –  spool queue usage   %

$HASP643   3957 PPU LOCAL             ANY

$HASP646 30.1128 PERCENT SPOOL UTILIZATION

– $s – reply to message:  $hasp400 Enter request

– /$d outdef – display spool definitions

$HASP836 OUTDEF  BRODCAST=NO,COPIES=30,DMNDSET=NO,JOENUM=20000,

$HASP836         JOEFREE=14378,JOEWARN=80,OUTTIME=CREATE,

$HASP836         PRTYLOW=0,PRTYHIGH=255,PRTYOUT=NO,PRYORATE=0,

$HASP836         SEGLIM=100,STDFORM=STD,USERSET=NO

– /$D SPOOLDEF – display spool params as in SYS1.PARMLIB(JES2PARM)

$HASP844 SPOOLDEF 413

$HASP844 SPOOLDEF  BUFSIZE=3856,DSNAME=SYS1.HASPACE,

$HASP844           FENCE=(ACTIVE=NO,VOLUMES=1),GCRATE=NORMAL,

$HASP844           LASTSVAL=(2007.208,17:16:47),RELADDR=NEVER,

$HASP844           SPOOLNUM=32,TGSIZE=33,TGSPACE=(MAX=195456,

$HASP844           DEFINED=66470,ACTIVE=33235,PERCENT=30.1579,

$HASP844           FREE=23212,WARN=80),TRKCELL=5,VOLUME=BC2SP

– /$dspl  – display PERCENT SPOOL UTILIZATION

$HASP893 VOLUME(BC2SP1)  STATUS=ACTIVE,PERCENT=18

$HASP893 VOLUME(BC2SP2)  STATUS=ACTIVE,PERCENT=18

$HASP893 VOLUME(BC2SP3)  STATUS=ACTIVE,PERCENT=9

$HASP893 VOLUME(BC2SP4)  STATUS=ACTIVE,PERCENT=10

$HASP646 14.0950 PERCENT SPOOL UTILIZATION        

SYS1.PARMLIB(JES2PARM):

SPOOLDEF BUFSIZE=3856,       /* MAXIMUM BUFFER SIZE     &BUFSIZE    */

DSNAME=SYS1.HASPACE,

FENCE=NO,           /* Don’t Force to Min.Vol. &FENCE      */

SPOOLNUM=32,        /* Max. Num. Spool Vols    —         */

TGBPERVL=5,         /* Track Groups per volume in BLOB     */

TGSIZE=33,          /* 30 BUFFERS/TRACK GROUP  &TGSIZE     */

TGSPACE=(MAX=195456, /* Fits TGMs into 4K Page  &NUMTG=(,  */

WARN=80),  /*                       &NUMTG=(,%    */

TRKCELL=5,          /* 5 Buffers/Track-cell    &TCELSIZ    */

VOLUME=BC2SP        /* SPOOL VOLUME SERIAL   &SPOOL        */

/*                                     */

– /$D J(CKPRAC01),SPOOL – display job CKPRAC01 usage spool volumes

$HASP890 JOB(CKPRAC01) 568

$HASP890 JOB(CKPRAC01)  SPOOL=(VOLUMES=(BC2SP1,2,3,4),TGS=2,

$HASP890                PERCENT=0.0030)

$HASP890 JOB(CKPRAC01) 569

$HASP890 JOB(CKPRAC01)  SPOOL=(VOLUMES=(BC2SP1,2,3),TGS=2,

$HASP890                PERCENT=0.0030)

$HASP890 JOB(CKPRAC01) 570

……..

$HASP003 RC=(57),J(CKPRAC01)  – DISPLAY TERMINATED DUE TO

$HASP003         EXCESSIVE OUTPUT (AS DEFINED BY CONDEF DISPMAX)

 

CONDEF   AUTOCMD=20,         /* Number of Auto Cmds                  */

BUFNUM=9999,        /* Number of CMBs                       */

BUFWARN=80,         /* Warning Threshold %                  */

CMDNUM=999,         /* Maximum number of CMBs for JES2      */

/* commands from common storage         */

/*     (added in SP510)                 */

CONCHAR=$,          /* Console Cmd Character                */

DISPLEN=64,         /* $SCAN Cmd/init Display Length        */

DISPMAX=100,        /* $SCAN Cmd/init Max Lines             */

– /$P SPL,VOLUME=BC2SP4     –  ??

$HASP893 VOLUME(BC2SP4) 459

$HASP893 VOLUME(BC2SP4)  STATUS=DRAINING,AWAITING(JOBS),

$HASP893                 COMMAND=(DRAIN)

$HASP646 30.1730 PERCENT SPOOL UTILIZATION

– $Z SPL,volume=BC2SP4 – halt      vol= BC2SP4  ???

VSAM/non-VSAM list  files commands – p.3.4:

– listc  ent (/) all – list catalog after   p.3.4 VSAM file

– del / nos – delete vvds if wrong /nonscratch/  to redefine: DEFVVDS

       3.  “No connection” problem in TSO/ISPF C/S wsa environment

One of ISPF’s “best kept secrets” is the Work Station Agent (WSA for short).

The following “No connection”  problem may arise as follows.

If you are working in ISPF C/S WSA for file transfers between PC and Mainframe and when finished exit from this connection with WSDISCON command in ISPF or stopping wsa.exe application on PC,   a nagging message in TSO ‘No Connection’  appears when you edit/view  any member in edit /view  mode  of ISPF library.

If enter p.3.4 – dsn: BC2A.ZOS140.OPER.LIB

BROWSE             BC2A.ZOS140.OPER.LIB

Name     Prompt       Size   Created          Changed          ID

After v/e ALT07022 member

BROWSE/EDIT            BC2A.ZOS140.OPER.LIB                           No connection

V/E         ALT07022                 34  2005/09/12  2011/05/03 17:54:33  BCA1MGP

Pressing F1 displays the following message:
This action requires a connection with the workstation to be established. A
workstation connection can be established from ISPF Settings panel or enter
WSCON from any command line.

Following the advice you restablish C/S wsa connection and you are trying again to edit/view  any member of ISPF library. Then you will receive the following message:

EDIT              BC2A.ZOS140.OPER.LIB                       WS command failed

Workstation command failed. Return code = 1.

Your collegua is able to edit/vew  it with his own login. (After Login with IBMUSER or another LPAR without WSA started/installed  it is also Ok for edit/vew  a member of library). If you  compare your  WSCON settings and  and these  of  your collegua  they are exactly the same.

What to do?

To get rid of this problem for view (v)  ALT07022 member change  the following ISPF setting:

Enter TSO/ISPF – P (P   PDF      – ISPF/Program Development Facility)

Then chose – 1  (1  View          Display source data or listings)       and find options:

Options

–   Confirm Cancel/Move/Replace

–  Browse Mode

/  View on Workstation  – remove slash(/)  – View on Workstation

/  Warn on First Data Change

–  Mixed Mode

To get rid of this problem for edit (e) ALT07022 member change  the following ISPF setting:

Enter TSO/ISPF – P (P   PDF      – ISPF/Program Development Facility)

Then chose – 2  (2  Edit          Create or change source data)       and find options:

Options

–  Confirm Cancel/Move/Replace

– Mixed Mode

 / Edit on Workstation  – remove slash(/)  – Edit on Workstation

/  Preserve VB record length

     4. Add a new KBI/Dimension user in CICS10/90

(* KBI/Dimension is an online banking CICS application)

 

Add user in KBI/Dimension

– Open KBI/90 session

– choose B (B  BC2AC10A   Production Kirchman Bankway CICS)

– Enter –  ID=cu330405/pw=yana3

– Enter – BS01 – PW=HONOLULO – /lan a – English, lan b – Bulgarian/

– Enter – 8 (8.  BSADUS  –  BS ADD USER) – enter:

USER IDENTIFIER                 ( BA110030         )  – new to add

MODEL USER                       (  BA110029        )  – existing from the list

On next  screen – enter:

NAME                                                ( Dimitrinka Kostova )

TOPSCAN OWNER GROUP             (000001     )

JOB DEFINITION                               ( HUPRCU   )

 

On next  screen – enter:

ASSIGNED PASSWORD                       ( ba030        )

VERIFY ASSIGNED PASSWORD         (ba030         )

– Sy01 – start kbi/di –id= ba110030/pw=cu030

 

Add User ID  and  Pass Word  in TSO for CICS10/90

– Open KBI/90 session

– choose T (T  BC2ATSOA   Biochim TSO Production)

IKJ56700A ENTER USERID –

Enter: bca1mgp

On next  screen – enter:

Userid    ===> BCA1MGP

 

Password  ===>   yana3

 

To add a new TSO/CICS10/90  user  execute the following job:

//ADDCUSR  JOB   (9999,10,10),

//         ‘CORNERSTONE’,

//         CLASS=R,

//         MSGCLASS=X,

//         MSGLEVEL=(1,1),

//         NOTIFY=,

//         TIME=1440,

//         USER=

//* DOC:

//* NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE RACF SPECIAL AUTHORITY TO RUN THIS JOB.

//*

//ADDGPS  EXEC PGM=IKJEFT01,DYNAMNBR=20,REGION=0M

//SYSTSPRT DD  SYSOUT=*

//SYSTSIN  DD  *

SSSS/25.11.2003/

ADDUSER  BA110030 NAME(‘DIMITRINKA KOSTOVA’)

DFLTGRP(CICSUSR) PASSWORD(BU0030)

/*

     5. TSO/ISPF other specific operations

– To change the CICS password enter: in TSO/ISPF -P.6:

alu ba110030 password(ba030) resume

– To compress a  library – / – 12.compress – or – z.

–  To enter oper.lib – p.3.4 – BC2A.ZOS140.OPER.LIB – L ckpr /locate member/

– To modify and resubmit an executed job in JES – TSO/ISPF – sd.st –  pre tdpr* – sj  tdprint (Source  of  Job JCL processed) – edit – sub (submit).

 

       6. TSO/ISPF da

– Display activity of the running program – press PF 11 – up to the following fields:

SIO

540.49

 

CPU% ASID ASIDX  EXCP-Cnt   CPU-Time

9.75   71  0047          337,841      51.96

 

Tran-Act   Tran-Res

0:18:07    0:18:07

 

If the program is waiting – no movement of SIO, EXCP-Cnt , Tran-Act   Tran-Res

To restore the screen – enter: st

 

     7. Logrec operations (ERP clearing)

 

TSO/ISPF – sd.log(bc2a/90):

–  “/D LOGREC – the current medium of the error recording data set you should enter  in sd.log:

RESPONSE=BC2A

IFB090I   12.29.51  LOGREC DISPLAY 393

CURRENT MEDIUM = LOGSTREAM

MEDIUM NAME = SYSPLEX.LOGREC.ALLRECS

STATUS = CONNECTED

If      LOGSAVDS finishes with rc=0004 and  IPOSAV.LOGREC   is not cleared – go to switch Logrec.

–  Switch Logrec:

  • ‘/SETLOGRC DATASET’ or ‘/SETLOGRC LOGSTREAM’

If IFB081I message appears for BC2A.LOGREC is  full – /SETLOGRC DATASET’   and submit LOGSAVDS with ID=IBMUSER to clear ERP records in IPOSAV.LOGREC  and accumulate  on IPOSAV.LOGRECW.

After  that –       ‘/SETLOGRC LOGSTREAM’ – and  submit LOGSAVDS – finished OK.

p.3.4 – iposav

Tracks %Used XT  Device

IPOSAV.LOGREC                                   165     0            5  3390-

IPOSAV.LOGRECW                                195     5           6  3390

IPOSAV.LOGRECW                                  195    6   6  3390

LOGSAVDS – Old /previous / 11.26.47 JOB01187 —- TUESDAY,   17 APR 2012 —-/

 

DDNAME   StepName ProcStep DSID Owner    C Dest               Rec-Cnt Page

TOURIST  LOGREC1            103 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   16    

EREPPT   LOGREC1            104 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   64    

TOURIST  LOGREC2            106 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   42    

TOURIST  LOGREC3            108 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   43    

EREPPT   LOGREC3            109 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                1,153    

TOURIST  LOGREC4            110 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   42    

EREPPT   LOGREC4            111 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                  129    

TOURIST  LOGREC5            112 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   51    

TOURIST  LOGREC6            114 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   49    

EREPPT   LOGREC6            115 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                  204    

TOURIST  LOGREC7            116 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   55    

EREPPT   LOGREC7            117 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                  440    

TOURIST  LOGREC8            118 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   45    

EREPPT   LOGREC8            119 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                  191    

TOURIST  LOGREC9            120 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   11    

EREPPT   LOGREC9            121 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                2,845    

SYSPRINT LOGRE10            122 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                    3    

 

LOGSAVDS  (TSO logon IBMUSER/IBMUSER – to rid of ABEND S013)

11.47.38 JOB07040 —- MONDAY,    23 JUL 2012 —-

DDNAME   StepName ProcStep DSID Owner    C Dest               Rec-Cnt Page

TOURIST  LOGREC1            103 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   16

EREPPT   LOGREC1            104 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   40

SYSPLEX.LOGREC.ALLRECS  are  written on  daily  IPOSAV.LOGREC

COPIES SYSPLEX.LOGREC.ALLRECS INTO A DAILY OUTPUT

ACCUMULATION DATA SET (IPOSAV.LOGREC),

CLEARS SYSPLEX.LOGREC.ALLRECS AND PRINTS A

‘SYSTEM SUMMARY’ REPORT.

TOURIST  LOGREC2            106 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   42

The daily IPOSAV.LOGREC is  written on  weekly IPOSAV.LOGRECW

COPIES THE OUTPUT ACCUMULATION DATA SET

FROM S1 INTO A WEEKLY ACCUMULATION DATA

SET (IPOSAV.LOGRECW).

TOURIST  LOGREC3            108 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   43

EREPPT   LOGREC3            109 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                  854

    EREP prints a system exception report  from  IPOSAV.LOGREC

PRINTS A SYSTEM EXCEPTION REPORT.     (DASD -1)

TOURIST  LOGREC4            110 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   42

    EREP prints a channel and machine check from  IPOSAV.LOGREC

PRINTS A CHANNEL AND MACHINE CHECK DETAIL AND SUMMARY – TYPE=CM.

TOURIST  LOGREC5            112 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   51

    EREP prints a 2305 and 3370 summary from  IPOSAV.LOGREC

PRINTS A 2305 AND 3370 SUMMARY. – TYPE=OT (T – MDR /formerly TPR/: Miscellaneous data records;  O – OBR: Outboard records; unit checks)

TOURIST  LOGREC6            114 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   49

EREPPT   LOGREC6            115 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   52

    EREP prints a  tp device summary   from  IPOSAV.LOGREC

PRINTS A TP DEVICE SUMMARY (27XX, 3277, 37XX).   – TYPE=OT INTRVNTN REQ’D   007 – device 3277

TOURIST  LOGREC7            116 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   55

    EREP   prints a summary of all other I/O  from  IPOSAV.LOGREC

PRINTS A SUMMARY OF ALL OTHER I/O. – TYPE=OT

TOURIST  LOGREC8            118 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   45

EREPPT   LOGREC8            119 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   96

    EREP prints all but statistical  records and local 3277 devices from  IPOSAV.LOGREC

PRINTS AN EVENT REPORT WITH ALL BUT STATISTICAL

RECORDS (MDR) AND LOCAL 3277 DEVICES. – TYPE=CDEHIMOS:

N/A    SFTSYM (1)  00 PIDS/5752SCRTM AB/S0222

SMFEXSUM SFTABN (2)

SOFTWARE (3)

TOURIST  LOGREC9            120 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                   11

EREPPT   LOGREC9            121 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                  464

    EREP prints the daily software information from  IPOSAV.LOGREC

PRINTS THE DAILY SOFTWARE INFORMATION.  – TYPE=S:

SOFTWARE RECORD      REPORT:  SOFTWARE EDIT REPORT

(SVC 13)

JOBNAME: SMFEXSUM   SYSTEM NAME: BC2A

ERRORID: SEQ=25446  CPU=0000  ASID=0025  TIME=12:49:26.7

SEARCH ARGUMENT ABSTRACT

PIDS/5752SC100 RIDS/IFASMFDP#L RIDS/IFASMFDP

SYSPRINT LOGRE10            122 IBMUSER  X LOCAL                    3

    EREP empties  IPOSAV.LOGREC

CLEAR IPOSAV.LOGREC

 TSO/ISPF = p.3.4 – iposav                  Tracks %Used XT  Device

IPOSAV.LOGREC                                   165     0            5  3390

IPOSAV.LOGRECW                                195     5           6  3390  – old

IPOSAV.LOGRECW                                195     6           6  3390  – new – 23.07.2012

– If IPOSAV.LOGRECW is 100% full – empty/clear    with CLGRECW (set zero contents):

 

//CLGRECW  JOB   (9999,CSOPER,10,10),

//         ‘OPER’,

//         CLASS=I, LOGRECW

//         MSGCLASS=X,

//         MSGLEVEL=(1,1),

//         NOTIFY=,

//         TIME=1440,

//         USER=

//*    EMPTIES IPOSAV.LOGRECW

//LOGFUL9 EXEC PGM=IEBGENER,COND=(0,LT),REGION=4096K

//SYSIN    DD  DUMMY

//SYSPRINT DD  SYSOUT=*

//SYSUT1   DD  DSN=NULLFILE,

//             DISP=SHR,DCB=IPOSAV.LOGRECW

//SYSUT2   DD  DSN=IPOSAV.LOGRECS,        (or     IPOSAV.LOGRECW)

//             DISP=OLD

//*             

 To copy        IPOSAV.LOGRECW to another existing file (IPOSAV.LOGRECS ) use the job COPRECW :

//COPRECW  JOB   (9999,CSOPER,10,10),

//         ‘OPER’,

//         CLASS=I, LOGRECW

//         MSGCLASS=X,

//         MSGLEVEL=(1,1),

//         NOTIFY=,

//         TIME=1440,

//         USER=

//*    EMPTIES IPOSAV.LOGRECW

//LOGFUL9 EXEC PGM=IEBGENER,COND=(0,LT),REGION=4096K

//SYSIN    DD  DUMMY

//SYSPRINT DD  SYSOUT=*

//SYSUT1   DD  DSN=IPOSAV.LOGRECW,

//             DISP=SHR,DCB=IPOSAV.LOGRECW

//SYSUT2   DD  DSN=IPOSAV.LOGRECS,

//             DISP=OLD

//*

     8. JES2 – clearing

 

TSO/ISPF – sd.log

/$dspl

$HASP646 41.5495 PERCENT SPOOL UTILIZATION

Purge (p) jobs in jes

     9. Print01 – clearing

 

TSO/ISPF – P.3.4 –

/ – 5 – clear file – enter – confirm

 

     10.SMF – clear

 

– TSO/ISPF – sd.log – smfclear

– dumpxy – IPOSAV.SMFDUMPW   – SMFWEMPT:

//SMFWEMPT JOB   (9999,CSOPER,10,10),

//         ‘OPER’,

//         CLASS=I,

//         MSGCLASS=X,

//         MSGLEVEL=(1,1),

//         NOTIFY=,

//         TIME=1440,

//         USER=

//*

//*      STEP5  EMPTIES IPOSAV.SMFDUMPW

//DMPSMF5 EXEC PGM=IEBGENER,REGION=768K,COND=(4,LT)

//SYSPRINT DD  SYSOUT=*

//SYSIN    DD  DUMMY

//SYSUT1   DD  DSN=NULLFILE,DCB=IPOSAV.SMFDUMPW

//SYSUT2   DD  DSN=IPOSAV.SMFDUMPW,

//             DISP=OLD

/*

     11. Console messages processing (clear)

/D C,HCdisplay console  messages

IEE889I 15.13.47 CONSOLE DISPLAY 663

MSG: CURR=1    LIM=3000 RPLY:CURR=1    LIM=100  SYS=BC2A      PFK=NONE

CONSOLE/ALT        ID  ————— SPECIFICATIONS —————

SYSLOG                 COND=H      AUTH=CMDS         NBUF=0    UD=N

ROUTCDE=ALL

LOG BUFFERS IN USE:        0  LOG BUFFER LIMIT:     1000

IEE767A SEVERE BUFFER SHORTAGE FOR SYSTEM LOG – 100% FULL /CURR is more than 3000/

If 100 % full – clear all messages with:

k q,r=hc – clear wto messages  – from remote console

 

     12.  SYSLOG processing (clearing)

TSO/ISPF – sd.log:

/D C,HC – display – no (0) – LOG BUFFERS IN USE:       

IEE889I 15.43.13 CONSOLE DISPLAY 693

MSG: CURR=1    LIM=3000 RPLY:CURR=1    LIM=100  SYS=BC2A      PFK=NONE

CONSOLE/ALT        ID  ————— SPECIFICATIONS —————

SYSLOG                 COND=H      AUTH=CMDS         NBUF=0    UD=N

ROUTCDE=ALL

LOG BUFFERS IN USE:        0  LOG BUFFER LIMIT:     1000              

To  verify the LOGLIM value (1000)  enter from sd.log:

– /K M                                                                     

IEE144I K M,AMRF=Y,MLIM=3000,RLIM=0100,UEXIT=N,LOGLIM=001000,ROUTTIME=00

0,RMAX=9999,APPLID=SMCS2A

– SYSLOG operations

Display SYSLOG current status (251490 lines):

TSO/ISPF – sd.log – m PF8:

SDSF SYSLOG   1072.114 BC2A BC2A 07/23/2012 1W  251490      COLUMNS   1  80

COMMAND INPUT ===>                                            SCROLL ===> CSR

N 0000000 BC2A     12205 16:03:52.17          00000290  IEA989I SLIP TRAP ID=X3

TSO/ISPF – p.3.4:

Tracks    %Used   XT    Device

IPOSAV.LWTR                                    1200         0            5       3390

IPOSAV.SYSLOGW                            1500       69            7       3390

TSO/ISPF – sd.st:

SLGWRT   STC07070 STCOPER     1 PRINT         3388

/16.30.29 STC07070 —- MONDAY,    23 JUL 2012/

SLGSTR   JOB07069 BCA1MGP     1 PRINT      I  3389

/16.27.47 JOB07069 —- MONDAY,    23 JUL 2012/

SLGSAVD  JOB07071 BCA1MGP     1 PRINT      A  3390

/16.31.29 JOB07071 —- MONDAY,    23 JUL 2012/

SLGPRT   JOB07072 BCA1MGP     1 PRINT      I  3391

/16.31.34 JOB07072 —- MONDAY,    23 JUL 2012/

SLGSTR (/141,y – /142,y -/143,Y – /144,Y)

– STARTS THE EXTERNAL WRITER ‘SLGWRT

– SLGWRT’ WRITES THE SYSLOG/SYSTEM LOG/  TO IPOSAV.LWTR.

– INVOKES IN TURN THE ‘SLGSAVD

SLGSAVD

– COPY IPOSAV.LWTR (system log data set) TO IPOSAV.SYSLOGW (ACCUMULATION WEEKLY SYSLOG data set)

– INVOKES MEMBER ‘SLGPRT‘ TO PRINT SYSLOG

SLGPRT

– USES IEBGENER TO PRINT THE SYSTEM LOG DATA SET

//SLGPRT1 EXEC PGM=IEBGENER,REGION=512K

//SYSPRINT DD  SYSOUT=*

//SYSIN    DD  DUMMY

//SYSUT1   DD  DSN=IPOSAV.LWTR,

//             DISP=SHR

//SYSUT2   DD  SYSOUT=*

? SLGPRT (251,506 print lines of SYSLOGsaved as JES output):

SYSUT2   SLGPRT1            102 BCA1MGP  X LOCAL              251,506

EMPTY THE LWTR DATA SET.

//SLGPRT2 EXEC PGM=IEBGENER,COND=EVEN,REGION=512K

//SYSPRINT DD  SYSOUT=*

//SYSIN    DD  DUMMY

//SYSUT1   DD  DUMMY,DCB=IPOSAV.LWTR

//SYSUT2   DD  DSN=IPOSAV.LWTR,

//             DISP=OLD

 

Display SYSLOG status (131 lines) after SYSLOG operations:

TSO/ISPF – sd.log – m PF8:

 

SDSF SYSLOG   1072.115 BC2A BC2A 07/23/2012 1W     131      COLUMNS   1  80

COMMAND INPUT ===>                                            SCROLL ===> CSR

NR0000000 BC2A     12205 16:31:42.77 MASTER   00000090  IEE704I REPLY 0145 NOT

 

TSO/ISPF – p.3.4:

Tracks    %Used   XT    Device

IPOSAV.LWTR                                    1200         0            5       3390

IPOSAV.SYSLOGW                            1500       69            7       3390 – old status

IPOSAV.SYSLOGW                            1650       97            8       3390 – new status – 23.07.2012

SLGWEMPT

TSO/ISPF – p.3.4

                                                                Tracks    %Used      XT       Device

IPOSAV.TEST                                    1500           47          1      3390 – before empty

TSO/ISPF – sd.st:

//SLGWEMPT JOB   (9999,CSOPER,10,10),

//         ‘OPER’,

//         CLASS=I,

//         MSGCLASS=X,

//         MSGLEVEL=(1,1),

//         NOTIFY=,

//         TIME=1440,

//         USER=

//*      EMPTIES IPOSAV.TEST/.SYSLOGW/.

//SYSLGW3 EXEC PGM=IEBGENER,REGION=512K,COND=(0,LT)

//SYSPRINT DD  SYSOUT=*

//SYSIN    DD  DUMMY

//SYSUT1   DD  DSN=NULLFILE,DCB=IPOSAV.SYSLOGW

//SYSUT2   DD  DSN=IPOSAV.TEST,

//             DISP=OLD

//*

TSO/ISPF – p.3.4

                                                         Tracks    %Used   XT    Device

IPOSAV.TEST                                     1500        0            1        3390 – after SLGWEMPT

 

       13. LPAR system name – sys1.parmlib(IEASYS00) – sysname=bc2a system name

 

BROWSE    SYS1.PARMLIB(IEASYS00) – 01.08             Line 00000045 Col 001 080

SYSNAME=BC2A,                 SYSTEM NAME                                      

LICENSE=Z/OS,                 LICENSE Z/OS

PROD=00,                      SELECT IFAPRD00

SVC=00,                       SELECT IEASVC00, USER SVCS

VAL=00,                       SELECT VATLST00

VIODSN=BC2A.STGINDEX,         VIO DS

VRREGN=64                     DEFAULT REAL-STORAGE REGION SIZE

(the system bc2a is copied in LPAR BC3A on other/new disk volumes and IPL procedures/devices/IODF/IP address   and the LIST OF AVAILABLE STORAGE GROUPS in BC3A_92  LPAR are redefined  for the new disk volumes)

 

SMF report from LPAR BC3A with sysname=bc2a:

==H5===============================================================

DETAIL DATA COLLECTION
,”SYSID”,”Input Data Start”,””,”Input Data End”,””,”Report Period % Data”,””,”Customer Comments (255 chars max)”
BC3A,”BC2A”,”03 Aug 2012 – 08:03″,””,”01 Sep 2012 – 23:48″,””,”95.5%”
BC1B,”-“,”-“,””,”-“,””,”0.0%”,””,”(required)”
BC2A,”-“,”-“,””,”-“,””,”0.0%”,””,”(required)”
CPC,””,”03 Aug 2012 – 08:03″,””,”01 Sep 2012 – 23:48″,””,”95.5%”
==L5===============================================================
DETAIL DATA SECTIONS – FOR CUSTOMER ANALYSIS PURPOSES ONLY
==M5===============================================================
SMF / SCRT89 INPUT DATA STATISTICS
,”SYSID”,”Input Data Start”,””,”Input Data End”
BC3A,”BC2A”,”03 Aug 2012 – 08:03″,””,”01 Sep 2012 – 23:48″
BC1B,”-“,”-“,””,”-“
BC2A,”-“,”-“,””,”-“
CPC,””,”03 Aug 2012 – 08:03″,””,”01 Sep 2012 – 23:48″
==N5===============================================================
DETAIL LPAR DATA SECTION
,”Highest”,”Hour Count”,”Date/Time”,””,”2nd Highest”,”Hour Count”,”Date/Time”
BC3A,1,711,”03 Aug 2012 – 08:00″,””
CPC,1,711,”03 Aug 2012 – 08:00″,””
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     14. BC2A DUMPs  – delete

 

P.3.4 – sys1.bc2a.dmp00001/2/3 … – delete

   15. Map a letter Y to directory access \\10.150.0.78\kci01

 

  • In DOS prompt – ping 10.150.0.78 – to verify the access to server
  • Start Run –input : \\10.150.0.78 – press OK – \\10.150.0.78  is added to Network domain in MS/Explore
  • Find in MS/Explore – Network – \\10.150.0.78 – press on it – KCI01 directory appears – Enter – press on it – copy/save : \\10.150.0.78\kci01
  • Press ALT – Tools – Map Ntework drive – Choose drive Y  – on Folder – paste \\10.150.0.78\kci01 and<a name=”q_1″></a> – press Finish
  • enter MS/Explore – press Y – kci01 entered –  b6600hdesk arch – for  file HISGLACC.G03 is received access
  • To delete a drive letter Y for directory access – position in MS/Explore – Y – press right button – choose:  disconnect

   16. /D IKJTSO,SEND

                                       

IKJ738I TSO/E PARMLIB SETTINGS : 794

SYS1.PARMLIB(IKJTSO00) on volume BC2MCC

Activated by **IPL** on 2011-04-07 at 14:50:59 from system BC2A

Applies to :    BC2A

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE PARMLIB OPTIONS FOR SEND:

OPERSEND(ON)

USERSEND(ON)

SAVE(ON)

CHKBROD(OFF)

LOGNAME(*)

USEBROD(ON)

MSGPROTECT(OFF)

SYSPLEXSHR(OFF)

OPERSEWAIT(ON)

USERLOGSIZE(1,2)

BROADCAST(DATASET(SYS1.BRODCAST)

VOLUME(BC2MCC) TIMEOUT(5) PROMPT)

   17. RMF Monitor III options in ERBRMF04 of sys1.parmlib

 

CYCLE(1000)                /* SAMPLE EVERY SECOND (1000 MSEC)      */

DATASET(START)             /*    DATASET SUPPORT                   */

DATASET(SWITCH)            /* APPEND TO LAST NON-FULL DATASET      */

DATASET(ADD(RMF.BC2A.MONIII.DS01))

DATASET(ADD(RMF.BC2A.MONIII.DS02))

DATASET(ADD(RMF.BC2A.MONIII.DS03))

MINTIME(100)               /* LENGTH OF MINTIME                    */

OPTIONS                    /* DO NOT DISPLAY OPTIONS               */

RESOURCE(*JES2,JES2)       /* SPECIFIES JES STARTED TASK NAME      */

STOP                       /* RUN UNTIL OPERATOR ISSUES STOP       */

SYNC(00)                   /* MINTIME SYNCHRONIZATION              */

SYSOUT(X)                  /* MESSAGES TO SYSOUT CLASS A           */

WSTOR(32)                  /* SIZE OF INSTORAGE BUFFER (IN MB)     */

IOSUB                      /* I/O SUBSYSTEM GATHERING ACTIVE       */

NOCFDETAIL                   /* NO COUPLING FACILITY DETAILS         */ 0

CACHE                      /* ACTIVATE CACHE GATHERING             */ 0

OPD                        /* ACTIVATE OMVS PROCESS DATA GATHERING */ 0


 

    18. Monitor III report commands – Overview

z/OS V1R11.0 Resource Measurement Facility (RMF) User’s Guide z/OS V1R11.0
SC33-7990-17

Table 16 bellow  lists all report commands with their parameters and abbreviations. The “How to request this report” section in the >z/OS RMF Report Analysis for each report shows an example of the command and parameters.

You can enter the commands on any command line.

The Parameters column in Table 16 indicates what parameters, if any, you can specify on the respective commands:

cfname

A coupling facility name

job_class

One of the following names of a job class:

ALL (A)
ASCH (AS)
BATCH (B)
OMVS (O)
STC (S)
TSO (T)

Notes:

1.     This parameter is optional. If it is not specified, ALL is used by default.

2.     In addition, ENC (or E) can be specified as class for the DELAY report.

dsname

A data set name

jobname

A job name

period

A service or report class period

resource

A resource name

service_class

A service class name

s/r-class

A service or report class name

ssid

A cache subsystem identifier

sstype

The name of a subsystem that schedules enclaves

storage_class

A storage class name

volser

A serial number of a volume

wlm

The name of a workload group, a service class, or a report class

Table 16. Report Commands
Command Parameters Displays Abbreviation
CACHDET ssid Cache detail report CAD
CACHSUM Cache summary report CAS
CFACT cfname Coupling facility activity report CA
CFOVER cfname Coupling facility overview report CO
CFSYS cfname Coupling facility system report CS
CHANNEL Channel path activity report CHAN, CH
CPC CPC capacity report
DELAY job_class, service_class Delays report for all jobs or specified job groups DEL, DLY, DL
DELAYJ jobname Job report variation for specified job reflecting primary delay reason DLJ, DJ, DELJ, DLYJ, JOB, JO
DEV job_class, service_class Device delays report for all jobs or specified job groups DD, DVD
DEVJ jobname Device delays variation of job report for specified jobname DDJ, DVJ
DEVR volser Device delays report for all or specified resources DR, DVR
DSINDEX Data index information DS, DI
DSND dsname Data set delays report for all or specified data sets DSN
DSNJ jobname Data set delays – Job report for specified jobname DSJ
DSNV volser Data set delays – Volume report for specified volume DSV
ENCLAVE sstype Enclave activity report ENCL
ENQ job_class, service_class Enqueue delays report for all jobs or specified job groups ED
ENQJ jobname Enqueue delays variation of job report for specified jobname EJ
ENQR resource Enqueue delays for all or specified resources ER
GROUP s/r-class, period Group response time breakdown GP, GRP, GD, RT, GRT
HSM job_class, service_class HSM delays report for all jobs or specified job groups HD
HSMJ jobname HSM delays variation of job report for specified jobname HJ
IOQUEUE I/O queuing activity report IOQ, IQ
JES job_class, service_class JES delays report for all jobs or specified job groups JD
JESJ jobname JES delays variation of job report for specified jobname JJ
JOB jobname Job report variation for specified job reflecting primary delay reason JO, DELAYJ, DLYJ, DELJ, DLJ, DJ
LOCKSP HELD | SPIN | BOTH Spin Lock Report about held spin locks and/or address spaces spinning due to a request for a spin lock LSP
LOCKSU LOCAL | GLOBAL | BOTH Suspend Lock Report about local and/or global suspend locks LSU
MNTJ jobname Operator delays variation for mount request of job report for specified jobname MTJ
MSGJ jobname Operator delays variation for message request of job report for specified jobname MSJ
OPD OMVS process data
PROC job_class, service_class Processor delays report for all jobs or specified job groups PD
PROCJ jobname Processor delays variation of job report for specified job PJ
PROCU job_class, service_class Processor usage of a job per processor type (standard or special purpose processors) PU
QSCJ jobname Operator delays variation for quiesce command of job report for specified jobname QJ
RLSDS dsname VSAM RLS activity by data set RLD
RLSLRU VSAM LRU overview RLL
RLSSC storage_class VSAM RLS activity by storage class RLS
SPACED Disk space report SPD
SPACEG Storage space report SPG
STOR job_class, service_class Storage delays report for all jobs or specified job group SD
STORC job_class, service_class Common storage report SC
STORCR Common storage remaining at end of job report SCR
STORF job_class, service_class Detailed information on frame counts for all jobs or specified job group SF
STORM job_class, service_class Detailed information about the use of memory objects within the system SM
STORJ jobname Storage delays variation of job report for specified job SJ
STORR Storage space and paging activity report for all system volumes SR
STORS wlm Summarized storage information by workload group, service or report class SS
SYSENQ Sysplex enqueue delays report ES
SYSINFO wlm System information, total and by user groups SY, SYS, SI
SYSRTD s/r-class, period Response time distribution report RTD
SYSSUM wlm Sysplex summary SUM
SYSWKM s/r-class, period Work manager delays report for subsystems WKM
WFEX Workflow/exceptions screen WE, WF
XCF job_class, service_class Cross-system coupling facility delays report XD
XCFJ jobname XCF delays variation of the job report for specified jobname XJ
ZFSACT zFS file system activity ZFSA
ZFSSUM zFS file system summary ZFSS

Table 17 contains commands for the examples of user-written reports that were delivered with RMF.

Table 17. User-Written Report Commands
Command Parameters Displays Abbreviation
DEVN Device activity DA
DEVT Device trend DT
DSD Detailed storage delays
RG Resource group data
SYSTREND System trend ST

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