The End Subsystem (ENDSBS), End System (ENDSYS), and Power Down System (PWRDWNSYS) commands all have the End Subsystem Options (ENSSBSOPT) parameter. This is nothing new—it’s been there for a long time. In case you are now aware of this parameter, this blog is for you.(more…)
Last week I wrote about Job Log Pending. With job log pending, you do not have to write job logs to spooled files.
At the end of that blog, I mentioned how you can use the Log Output (QLOGOUTPUT) system value or job attribute to take advantage of job log pending. This week, I’ll explain the values available for “Log output” and give some general recommendations.(more…)
Job log pending has long been a possible state for a job log. When a job has a pending job log, the job has ended but the job log has not yet been written to an spooled file. In older releases of IBM i, this could occur when you powered down the system – the job logs would be saved in a pending state and the job logs would be written to spool files when the system was powered back up.(more…)
Last week, I wrote about detaching spooled files. As I was writing that article, I started to describe the IBM i job structures. It became apparent that there was too much information for that one blog, so this week I’ll review IBM i job structures.(more…)