IRBMF100 Parameters to control MF/1 data and reports.
CPU /* COLLECT CPU STATISTICS */ 00010000
PAGING /* COLLECT PAGING STATISTICS */ 00020000
CHAN /* COLLECT CHANNEL STATISTICS */ 00030000
WKLD(PERIOD) /* COLLECT WORKLOAD MANAGER 00040000
STATISTICS AND REPORT AT THE 00050000
PERIOD LEVEL */ 00060000
DEVICE(UNITR) /* COLLECT UNIT RECORD DEVICE 00070000
STATISTICS */ 00080000
DEVICE(TAPE) /* COLLECT TAPE DEVICE 00090000
STATISTICS */ 00100000
DEVICE(DASD) /* COLLECT DIRECT ACCESS DEVICE 00110000
STATISTICS */ 00120000
DEVICE(COMM) /* COLLECT COMMUNICATION 00130000
EQUIPMENT STATISTICS */ 00140000
DEVICE(GRAPH) /* COLLECT GRAPHICS DEVICE 00150000
STATISTICS */ 00160000
DEVICE(CHRDR) /* COLLECT CHARACTER READER 00170000
DEVICE STATISTICS */ 00180000
REPORT(DEFER) /* PRINT REPORTS AFTER MF/1 00190000
TERMINATION */ 00200000
SYSOUT(A) /* REPORT IN SYSOUT CLASS A */ 00210000
NORECORD /* NO SMF RECORDING */ 00220000
INTERVAL(15M) /* REPORT AT 15 MINUTE INTERVALS */ 00230000
CYCLE(250) /* SAMPLE AT 250 MILLISECOND 00240000
INTERVALS */ 00250000
STOP(24H) /* STOP IN 15 MINUTES */ 00260000
OPTIONS /* ALLOW OPERATOR TO EXAMINE AND/ 00270000
OR TO CHANGE THE MF/1 OPTIONS */ 00280000
Parameter in IEASYSxx:
MF/1 control options are taken from the library data set as 80 byte card images.
Valid data may be placed in columns 1 through 72.
Columns 73 through 80 are ignored.
Options may appear in any order, separated by commas, blanks, or comments.
Comments are in the form /* text */
Specifies whether system CPU activity is to be monitored
Specifies whether system channel activity is to be monitored.
Specifies whether sytem device activity is to be monitored. If device
activity is to be monitored (DEVICE specified), a device list indicates
the classes of devices that will be monitored. When the DEVICE
parameter is specified, a device list must be included.
Character reader devices
Direct access storage devices
Magnetic tape devices
Unit record devices
Specifies whether system paging activity is to be monitored.
Specified whether system workload activity is to be monitored.
If workload activity is to be monitored (WKLD specified), the
level of detail of the report to be produced must be specified.
PERIOD requests the most detailed level by performance group
period; GROUP requests reporting by performance group; SYSTEM
requests a system summary report.
Specifies the frequency at which sampling observations are to
be made of channel and device data. The range is from 50 to
999 milliseconds. The default is 250 milliseconds.
INTERVAL (Value) (Value M)
Specifies the interval at which all data will be gathered for
report formatting and/or SMF record writing. The range is from
1 to 60 minutes. The default is 15M.
The value specified by this parameter is appended to IRBMF1 to
form the name of the partitioned data set member that contains
the MF/1 options. This parameter may be specified in the PARM
field of the START command or EXEC statement, but should not
be specified within a partitioned data set member. The default
is 00, indicating member IRBMF100 in SYS1.PARMLIB.
Specifies whether or not a list of the options to be used will
be printed at the operator's console at MF/1 initialization.
If the list is printed (OPTIONS or OPTN is specified), the
operator will be able to respond with any desired changes to
the option list.
Specifies whether monitored data is to be written to the SMF
data set. If SMF records are to be written, SMF data recording
must have been specified at IPL as MAN=ALL.
Specifies whether or not printed reports of the monitored data
are to be produced. If the reports are to be produced (REPORT
is specified), the REALTIME/DEFER options specify whether the
reports are to be printed when formatted at the conclusion of a
data gathering interval (REALTIME is specified), or printed
after MF/1 processing ends(DEFER is specified).
Specifies the desired time duration for MF/1 activity in minutes
or hours. The range is from one minute to one week (168 hours or
10,080 minutes). The units default is M (minutes). The default
value is 15M. The operator STOP command can terminate execution
at any time, regardless of the value for this parameter.
Specifies the SYSOUT class to which formatted reports are
directed. Class A is the default.