Lists currently active logging identifiers on the system and
whether log file changing has been enabled. (CM)
logid The specific logging identifier to be verified.
Default is to list all currently active logging
identifiers on the system.
PASS Causes the password associated with the logging
identifier to be displayed. This option can be used
only by the creator of the logging identifier.
This command lists the logging identifier specified with its
associated creator and log file. The column labeled CHANGE
indicates whether the CHANGELOG command is permitted; that
is, whether the name of the first logging file ends in "001"
and thus follows the naming convention required by the
CHANGELOG command. The column labeled AUTO indicates
whether an automatic CHANGELOG is permitted; that is,
whether the AUTO parameter has been specified with a GETLOG
or ALTLOG command.
If the logid parameter is not entered, all logging
identifiers on the system are displayed with their creators
and log files. The PASS parameter, which can be used only
by the creator of the logging identifier specified, causes
the password associated with the logging identifier to be
listed. You must have System supervisor (OP) or User
Logging (LG) capability in order to use this command.
This command may be issued from a session, job, program, or
in BREAK. Pressing [Break] has no effect on this command. A
user must have User Logging (LG) capability to execute this
To list all logging identifiers on the system, enter
LOGID CREATOR CHANGE AUTO CURRENT LOGFILE
TESTLOG LALITHA.MPEM YES YES LAL001.PEJ
TEST1 MARK.MPEM YES NO M001.KSAM3
TEST2 PAT.MPEM NO NO TEST.ALVAR
Commands: ALTLOG, CHANGELOG, GETLOG
Manuals : User Logging Programmer's Guide (32650-90027)
System Startup, Configuration, and Shutdown Reference