LOG


LOG


Starts, restarts, or stops User Logging. (CM)

SYNTAX

               {,RESTART}
     LOG logid {,START  }
               {,STOP   }


PARAMETERS

logid               Logging identifier previously established with a
user GETLOG command.

START Initiates a logging process.

RESTART Restarts a logging process.

STOP Terminates a logging process.

OPERATION


This command allows you to start, restart, or stop User
Logging. For further discussion of User Logging, refer to
the Managing User Logging Facilities (32650-90027).

You may change log files at any time, without the delay
normally caused by executing a LOG command. You may instead
invoke the CHANGELOG command to enable interactive log file
changing; you may use the AUTO parameter of the ALTLOG and
GETLOG commands to enable automatic log file changing. Refer to
the commands ALTLOG, CHANGELOG, GETLOG, and SHOWLOGSTATUS.

This command can be issued only from the console, unless
it has been distributed to other users with the ALLOW
command. It may be issued from a session, job, program,
or in BREAK. Pressing [Break] has no effect on this command.

EXAMPLE(S)

     To start the logging process identified by logid LOGPROCX enter

     LOG LOGPROCX,START

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Commands:   ALTLOG, CHANGELOG, GETLOG, SHOWLOGSTATUS

Manuals :   User Logging Programmer's Guide (32650-90027)