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  1. Re: Finding stream job signons

    Looking for the value "!JOB" in the first record may be ok, except for
    spoolfiles
    (@.out.hpspool) -- the spoolfiles I just looked at had two blank lines atthe
    top of the spoolfile.

    Brian.


    On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 12:10:22 -0400, English, Jim wrote:

    >Does anyone know of a command, or commands, I could use to find all
    >stream jobs on our HP3000 system? I want to search the jobs to find all
    >signons that are used in stream jobs.
    >
    >I'm using the MPEX print command to search the system for any file that
    >has "!JOB" in the first record, but it's taking a very long time (more
    >than 24 hours). This is the command I'm using:
    >
    >%PURGE JLERPT.JIM
    >%BUILD JLERPT.JIM;REC=-256,,F,ASCII;DEV=DISC;DISC=100000
    >%FILE JLERPT=JLERPT.JIM,OLD;ACC=APPEND
    >%PRINT @.@.ACCOUNT1+@.@.ACCOUNT2+@.YSTREAMS.ACCOUNT3+@.@. ACCOUNT4+&
    >@.JOB.ACCOUNT5+@.JOB.ACCOUNT6(INTCODE=0 AND ISASCII AND LOCKWORD="");&
    >SEARCH="!JOB" AND RECNUM=1;OUT=*JLERPT
    >%EXIT
    >
    >I was using PRINT @.@.@, but it kept getting hung up on device files in
    >the SYS account and files with lockwords in them, so I changed it to
    >search accounts and groups where I know there are stream jobs. However,
    >I'd like to really search the entire system to find any jobs outside of
    >my current search criteria.
    >
    >The JLERPT file isn't filling up, because right now, there are 1814
    >records in it, and the limit is 100000 records.
    >
    >We have a lot of files in our HFS directories, and I think that is
    >what's contributing to the problem. Account names have been changed to
    >protect the innocent.
    >
    >Thanks,
    >
    >Jim.
    >
    >______________________________________
    >James English
    >Financial Systems Analyst
    >TB Wood's Incorporated
    >440 N. Fifth Avenue
    >Chambersburg, PA 17201
    >Phone: (717) 264-7161 x2119
    >Fax: (717) 264-0890
    >Email: jenglish@tbwoods.com
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  2. Re: Finding stream job signons

    Brian:

    I believe the first 2 lines in the spool file are used for carriage control.

    Olav.

    Brian Donaldson wrote:

    >Looking for the value "!JOB" in the first record may be ok, except for
    >spoolfiles
    >(@.out.hpspool) -- the spoolfiles I just looked at had two blank lines at the
    >top of the spoolfile.
    >
    >Brian.
    >
    >
    >On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 12:10:22 -0400, English, Jim wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >>Does anyone know of a command, or commands, I could use to find all
    >>stream jobs on our HP3000 system? I want to search the jobs to find all
    >>signons that are used in stream jobs.
    >>
    >>I'm using the MPEX print command to search the system for any file that
    >>has "!JOB" in the first record, but it's taking a very long time (more
    >>than 24 hours). This is the command I'm using:
    >>
    >>%PURGE JLERPT.JIM
    >>%BUILD JLERPT.JIM;REC=-256,,F,ASCII;DEV=DISC;DISC=100000
    >>%FILE JLERPT=JLERPT.JIM,OLD;ACC=APPEND
    >>%PRINT @.@.ACCOUNT1+@.@.ACCOUNT2+@.YSTREAMS.ACCOUNT3+@.@. ACCOUNT4+&
    >>@.JOB.ACCOUNT5+@.JOB.ACCOUNT6(INTCODE=0 AND ISASCII AND LOCKWORD="");&
    >>SEARCH="!JOB" AND RECNUM=1;OUT=*JLERPT
    >>%EXIT
    >>
    >>I was using PRINT @.@.@, but it kept getting hung up on device files in
    >>the SYS account and files with lockwords in them, so I changed it to
    >>search accounts and groups where I know there are stream jobs. However,
    >>I'd like to really search the entire system to find any jobs outside of
    >>my current search criteria.
    >>
    >>The JLERPT file isn't filling up, because right now, there are 1814
    >>records in it, and the limit is 100000 records.
    >>
    >>We have a lot of files in our HFS directories, and I think that is
    >>what's contributing to the problem. Account names have been changed to
    >>protect the innocent.
    >>
    >>Thanks,
    >>
    >>Jim.
    >>
    >>______________________________________
    >>James English
    >>Financial Systems Analyst
    >>TB Wood's Incorporated
    >>440 N. Fifth Avenue
    >>Chambersburg, PA 17201
    >>Phone: (717) 264-7161 x2119
    >>Fax: (717) 264-0890
    >>Email: jenglish@tbwoods.com
    >>Web: http://www.tbwoods.com
    >>______________________________________
    >>__________________________________________________ ______
    >>
    >>This e-mail is intended solely for the person or entity to which it is
    >>addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged information.
    >>Any review, dissemination, copying, printing, forwarding or other use of
    >>this e-mail by persons or entities other than the addressee is
    >>prohibited. If you have received this e-mail in error, please contact
    >>the sender immediately and delete the material from your computer.
    >>Opinions, conclusions and other information in this message that do not
    >>relate to the official business of Altra Industrial Motion, Inc. shall
    >>be understood as neither given or endorsed by it.
    >>
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    >>* etc., please visit http://raven.utc.edu/archives/hp3000-l.html *
    >>
    >>

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