The HELP program entries are organized alphabetically. But we can
divide them into major categories according to the sort of computer
function (task) they perform.

VARIABLES (AND JCWs) LANGUAGES (basic, c, cobol, fortran, pascal, rpg, spl)
MANAGE RESOURCES TurboIMAGE Database Utilities

The next several "pages" list the commands in alphabetical order under
their categories. A few commands appear under more than one category,

Commands to Access Subsystems and Utilities

DEBUG       Starts the system debugger utility program.
DTCCNTRL Controls the DTC subsystem.
DOIONOW Activates the last SYSGEN changes.
EDITOR Starts the EDIT/3000 subsystem.
FCOPY Starts the FCOPY subsystem.
HELP Starts the HELP subsystem.
Starts the MPE link editor.
NMMGR Starts the networking configurator.
SEGMENTER Starts the MPE segmenter.
SYSGEN Starts configuration dialog and/or installation tape creation
THMGR Threshold manager configuration program.
UPSUTIL Starts the Uninterruptable Power Supply configurator.
VOLUTIL Starts the disk volume utility subsystem.

Commands to Communicate with Other Users

TELL        Sends a message to another active session.
TELLOP Sends a message to the system console.
WARN Sends an urgent message to jobs and sessions.
WELCOME Used to create the system welcome message.

Commands to Manage Accounts, Groups, and Users

ALTACCT       Changes the attributes of an existing account.
ALTGROUP Changes the attributes of an existing group.
ALTUSER Changes the attributes of an existing user.
LISTACCT Displays information about specified account(s).
LISTGROUP Displays information about specified group(s).
LISTUSER Displays information about specified user(s).
NEWACCT Creates a new account.
NEWGROUP Creates a new group.
NEWUSER Creates a new user.
PURGEACCT Removes an account(s) from the system.
PURGEGROUP Removes a group(s) from the system.
PURGEUSER Removes a user(s) from the system.
REPORT Displays information about the logon account and group.

Commands for Managing Devices

ABORTIO/       Aborts one pending I/O request for a device.
ASSOCIATE Gives a user operator control of a device.
DISASSOCIATE Removes operator control of a device from a user.
DOWN Removes a device from normal system use.
DOWNLOAD Downloads format information to a line printer.
HEADOFF Stops header/trailer output to a device.
HEADON Starts header/trailer output to a device.
REFUSE Disables jobs/sessions (and/or data) on a device.
SET Sets terminal configuration.
SETMSG Enables/disables receipt of messages on the terminal.
SHOWDEV Reports the status of I/O devices
SHOWIN Reports the status of input devices.
SHOWOUT Reports the status of output devices.
SPEED Sets the I/O speed for a terminal.
STREAMS Enables/disables the STREAMS device -- allows user
to submit job/data streams to a designated device.
UP Returns device (not disk) stopped with DOWN command
to normal function on the system.

Commands to Manage Files

ALTSEC         Changes a file's security provisions.
BUILD Creates and allocates a new, empty file on disk.
COPY Copies one file to another file.
DATA Enters data into the system from a device file.
FILE Declares file attributes for a file when it is opened.
LISTEQ Displays all active file equations for a job or session.
LISTF Displays the description of permanent files.
LISTFTEMP Displays the description of temporary files.
PRINT Prints the contents of a file.
PURGE Removes a file from the system.
RELEASE Removes all security provisions from a file.
RENAME Changes the name of a file.
RESET Cancels file equations.
RESTORE Returns files stored on tape to the system.
SAVE Saves a file the permanent system file domain.
SECURE Restores security provisions to a file.
STORE Copies disk files onto magnetic tape for storage.

Commands to Manage Variables and Job Control Words

DELETEVAR      Deletes one or more variables defined during a session.
INPUT Interactively assigns a value to a variable.
SETJCW Creates or assigns a value to a job control word (JCW).
SETVAR Assigns values to MPE/iX variables
SHOWJCW Displays the current status of job control words.
SHOWVAR Displays specified variable names and their values.

For more information about variables, type HELP VARIABLES.

Commands to Manage Jobs and Sessions

ABORT          Aborts the current program or operations.
ABORTJOB Aborts a job or session.
ACCEPT Permits designated device to accepts jobs/sessions/data
ALTJOB Alters the attributes of jobs waiting or scheduled.
BREAKJOB Suspends an executing job.
BYE Ends an interactive session.
CALC Evaluates and expression.
CHGROUP Switches user from group to group within an account.
DO Used to edit/reexecute commands in the history stack.
:EOD Denotes end-of-data on input stream.
EOJ Ends a batch job.
EXIT Terminates one level of the command interpreter.
HELLO Initiates an interactive session.
JOB Initiates a batch job (stream but not interactive)
JOBFENCE Defines input priority for job or session to execute.
JOBPRI Sets or changes default/maximum job execution priority.
JOBSECURITY Restricts user resources and job execution.
LIMIT Limits the number of concurrent jobs/sessions.
LISTREDO Displays the contents of the history stack.
=LOGOFF Aborts all executing jobs/sessions.
=LOGON Enables jobs/sessions after a =LOGOFF.
REDO Edit/reexecute commands in the history stack.
RESUME Resumes execution of a suspended operation.
RESUMEJOB Resumes a suspended job.
SHOWJOB Displays Status information about jobs/sessions.
SHOWME Reports job/session status for a user logon.
SHOWTIME Displays the current time and date.
STARTSESS Creates a session on device for Prog. Sess. user.

Commands to Manage System Resources

ALLOCATE       Loads a CM program or procedure into main memory.
ALLOW Enables a user to access a specific operator command.
CONSOLE Moves the system console from another terminal.
DEALLOCATE Deallocates program or procedure loaded with ALLOCATE.
DISALLOW Prohibits access to specified operator command.
DISCRPS Enables/disables Rotational Position Sensing on device.
ERRDUMP Dumps a process or system error stack.
FREERIN Release a global Resource Identification Number.
GETRIN Acquires a global Resource Identification Number.
OUTFENCE Defines minimum priority to print an output spoolfile.
PAUSE Suspends current activity for specified time (seconds).
RECALL/=RECALL Displays all pending resource request messages.
REPLY/=REPLY Reply to pending resource request message at console.
RESETACCT Resets system counters for an account to zero.
SHOWALLOW Displays the operator commands allowed (ALLOW).
SHOWQ Displays process scheduling data and subqueue contents.
SHUTDOWN/ Initiates a shutdown of MPE/iX.
TUNE Changes filter/priority limits for circular subqueues.

Commands to Manage the Spooler

ALTSPOOLFILE        Alters output spoolfile characteristics.
DELETESPOOLFILE Deletes a spoolfile from disk.
OPENQ Opens spool queue for logical device/dev class.
RESUMESPOOL Resumes suspended spooler output to device.
STARTSPOOL Initiates the spooler process for a device.
SHUTQ Closes spool queue for logical device/dev class.
STOPSPOOL Terminates spooling to specified device/dev class.
SUSPENDSPOOL Suspends output to a spooled device.

Commands to Manage User/System Logging

ALTLOG         Alters attributes of existing user logging identifier.
CHANGELOG Changes user logging file without interrupting logging.
GETLOG Establishes a logging identifier on the system.
LISTLOG Lists active logging identifiers.
LOG Starts, restarts, or stops user logging.
RELLOG Removes a logging identifier from the system.
RESUMELOG Resumes system logging following suspension.
SHOWLOG Displays status of system log file.
SHOWLOGSTATUS Displays status of user log files.
SWITCHLOG Closes current system log file, creates & opens new.

Managing Volumes (Disk Drives)

DSTAT          Displays current status of system disk drives.
DISMOUNT Releases reserved volume (MPE V).
LDISMOUNT Releases system-wide reserved volume (MPE V).
LMOUNT Reserves a volume system-wide (MPE V).
MOUNT Reserves a volume.
VMOUNT Enables/disables the movable volume facility.
VSCLOSE Closes a specified volume set; takes it offline.
VSOPEN Reopens a volume set closed with VSCLOSE.
VSRELEASE Releases volume set reserved by VSRESERVE.
VSRELEASESYS Cancels previously issued VSRESERVESYS command.
VSRESERVE Reserves a particular volume set online, system-wide.
VSRESERVESYS Reserves a volume set online system-wide.
VSUSER Lists all users of reserved, mountable volume set.

Commands to Manage System Programming

COMMENT or #   Inserts a comment into a job stream.
CONTINUE Overrides a job error to continue execution.
ECHO Displays a message on terminal/printer.
ELSE Provides alternative execution sequence for IF.
ELSEIF Provides alternative execution sequence for IF.
ENDIF Terminates an IF block.
ENDWHILE Terminates a WHILE block.
IF Controls execution sequence in job/command file/UDC.
LINK Creates an executable program file.
OCTCOMP Converts compiled MPE V/E program in NM code for MPE/iX.
PREP Prepares a compiled source program for execution.
PREPRUN Prepares and executes a program compiled in a USL file.
RUN Executes a specified program.
WHILE Controls execution sequence in job/command file/UDC.

Commands to Manage or Execute UDCs and Command Files

OPTION         Modifies the environment of UDCs and command files.
RETURN Returns execution to the calling environment.
SETCATALOG Places a UDC in the UDC directory.
SHOWCATALOG Displays information about user defined commands.
XEQ Executes a program or command file.

Commands to Compile, Link, and Execute Programs


BASIC          Beings execution of the CM Basic/V interpreter.
BASICGO Compiles, prepares, and executes a CM Basic/V program.
BASICOMP Compiles A CM Basic/V program.
BASICPREP Compiles and prepares a CM Basic/V program.
BBASIC Beings execution of the CM Business Basic /V interpreter.
BBASICGO Compiles, prepares, and executes Business Basic/V prog.
BBASICOMP Compiles a Business Basic/V program in CM.
BBASICPREP Compiles and prepares a Business Basic/V program in CM.
BBXL Beings execution of the HP Business Basic/XL interpreter.
BBXLCOMP Compiles a Business Basic/XL program.
BBXLGO Compiles, links and executes a Business Basic/XL program.
BBXLLK Compiles and links a Business Basic/XL program.


CCXL           Compiles a C/XL program.
CCXLGO Compiles, links and executes a C/XL program.
CCXLLK Compiles and links a C/XL program.


COB74XL        Compiles a COBOL II/iX program (1974 entrypoint).
COB74XLG Compiles, links and executes a COBOL II/iX program ('74)
COB74XLK Compiles and links a COBOL II/iX program ('74 entrypoint)
COB85XL Compiles a COBOL II/iX program (1974 entrypoint).
COB85XLG Compiles, links and executes a COBOL II/iX program ('74)
COB85XLK Compiles and links a COBOL II/iX program ('74 entrypoint)
COBOLII Compiles a II program. on a COBOL 74 compiler
COBOLIIGO Compiles, links and executes a II program a 74 compiler
COBOLIIPREP Compiles and links a II program on a COBOL 74 compiler.


FORTGO         Compiles, prepares, and executes a CM FORTRAN66/V program
FORTPREP Compiles and prepares a CM FORTRAN 66/V program
FORTRAN Compiles a CM FORTRAN 66/V program
FTN Compiles, prepares, and executes a CM FORTRAN 77/V prog
FTNGO Compiles and prepares a CM FORTRAN 77/V program
FTNPREP Compiles a CM FORTRAN 77/V program
FTNXL Compiles a FORTRAN 77/XL program.
FTNXLGO Compiles, links and executes a FORTRAN 77/XL program.
FTNXLLK Compiles and links a FORTRAN 77/XL program.


PASCAL         Compiles a CM Pascal/V program.
PASCALGO Compiles, prepares, and executes a CM Pascal/V prog.
PASCALPREP Compiles and prepares a CM Pascal/V program.
PASXL Compiles a Pascal/iX program.
PASXLGO Compiles, links and executes a Pascal/iX program.
PASXLLK Compiles and links a Pascal/iX program.


RPG            Compiles an RPG program and creates and object file.
RPGGO Compiles, prepares, and executes an RPG program.
RPGPREP Compiles and prepares an RPG program.
RPGXL Compiles an RPG/XL program and creates and object file
RPGXLGO Compiles, links and executes an RPG/XL program.
RPGXLLK Compiles and links an RPG/XL program.


SPL            Compiles a CM SPL/V program.
SPLGO Compiles, prepares, and executes a CM SPL/V program.
SPLPREP Compiles and prepares a CM SPL/V program.

Commands for Data Communication

APPCCONTROL                   NRJE

TurboIMAGE Utilities

QUERY            The TurboIMAGE/3000 Database inquiry facility.
DBUTIL     The TurboIMAGE/3000 Database control utility.
DBSCHEMA   Compile a schemafile to a TurboIMAGE/3000 Database Rootfile.
DBSTORE    Backup a TurboIMAGE/3000 Database to a tape.
DBRESTOR   Restore a TurboIMAGE/3000 Database from tape.
DBUNLOAD   Unload a TurboIMAGE/3000 Database to a tape.
DBLOAD     Load a TurboIMAGE/3000 Database from tape.
DBRECOV    Recover a TurboIMAGE/3000 Database with a logfile.
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