SHOWLOGSTATUS



SHOWLOGSTATUS

     Displays status information about currently opened user
     logging files assigned to a logging identifier.  (CM)

SYNTAX

     SHOWLOGSTATUS [logid]


PARAMETERS


logid Displays status of the user logging file associated
with the logging identifier,logid, created by the
GETLOG command. Default is that the status of all
logging identifiers is displayed.

OPERATION

     This command lists the status of currently running logging
     processes.  The status includes the total number of records
     written by the process and the number of users accessing the
     logging file.  By default this command gives the following
     information about all currently running logging processes.
     To display the status of the logging identifier LEN, enter

SHOWLOGSTATUS LEN

LOGID    CHANGE  AUTO  USERS  STATE   CUR-RECS  MAX-REC  %USED CUR-SET

LEN        NO     NO     4    INACTIVE   100      1000    10%     1

COLUMN              MEANING

LOGID               The name of the logging process.

CHANGE              Whether the CHANGELOG command is permitted (whether
                    the name of the first logging file ends in  001).

AUTO                Whether an automatic CHANGELOG has been enabled
                    (whether the AUTO parameter has been specified
                    through the ALTLOG or GETLOG command).

USERS               The number of users accessing the logging file.

STATE               ACTIVE, INACTIVE, INITIALIZING, or RECOVERING.
                    INACTIVE is displayed when a process is waiting for
                    information from user processes that involve
                    intrinsics.  INITIALIZING starts the log process.
                    RECOVERING is displayed immediately after a
                    START RECOVER.

CUR-RECS            The number of records in the log file.

MAX-REC             The maximum number of records permitted.

%USED               The percentage of the maximum used.

CUR-SET             The current file number in the set.

     This command may be issued from a session, job, or in BREAK.
     It may not be issued from a program.  Pressing [Break] has no
     effect on this command.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Commands:   None

Manuals :   System Startup, Configuration, and Shutdown Reference
            Manual (32650-90042)