Reports logon job/session status.
To display the status of the current job/session enter
USER #S485,MGR.DSUSER,PUB (NOT IN BREAK)
RELEASE: V.UU.FF MPE/iX HP31900 A.11.73 USER VERSION v.uu.ff
CURRENT: WED, FEB 1, 1989 10:15 AM
LOGON: WED, FEB 1, 1989 10:00 AM
CPU SECONDS: 3 CONNECT MINUTES: 15
$STDIN LDEV: 88 $STDLIST LDEV: 88
(WELCOME TO SYS1) ** Local system's welcome message **
The SHOWME command reports information pertaining to your
job or session. Using the example above, the following
information is given.
#S485 This is the session number. It may also be a job number.
(NOT IN BREAK) An (IN PROGRAM), (IN BREAK), or (NOT IN BREAK)
message to indicate whether SHOWME was executed
programmatically, in BREAK, or directly from the MPE
XL Command Interpreter.
HP31900 A.11.70 The PRODUCT V.UU.FF immediately follows the product
number HP31900. It is determined by Hewlett-Packard
when a new version of the MPE/iX operating system is
compiled. This V.UU.FF number cannot be changed.
Use it when you enter a service request (SR) against
the MPE/iX operating system product for that
RELEASE V.UU.FF The identity of the release for your system as
established by Hewlett-Packard. Before release
A.11.70, this was referred to as the "BASE."
USER VERSION This can be set in a SYSGEN. This permits the
v.uu.ff user to identify any changes to the software package
(patch levels, third party software, etc.). Any
printable ASCII characters are accepted.
CURRENT Shows the current date and time.
LOGON Shows the logon date and time.
CPU SECONDS Shows the Central Processor Time (CPU) used by this
SHOWME calculates CPU usage by adding the
local CPU usage of the current process to the
accumulated total of all terminated
processes. The CPU usage listed for a
programmatic SHOWME, therefore, would rarely
agree with that for a SHOWME executed during BREAK.
CONNECT MINUTES The amount of time the job/session has been connected.
$STDIN LDEV The logical device number of the job or session's
standard input device.
$STDLIST LDEV The standard list device number.
This command may be issued from a session, job, in BREAK, or
from a program. Pressing [Break] aborts the execution of this command.
Manuals : Performing System Operation Tasks (32650-90137)