Active Jobs Configuration dialog box

Use this dialog box to add, modify, and delete active jobs from a host. 

This dialog box is applicable to PATROL console only.

Configuration details

To access this dialog box, right-click the ACTJOBS node and select KM Commands > Configure Active JobsThis dialog box contains the following items:

ItemDescription
Group label

Enter a unique name to be used for a group instance (if generated) and to identify this set of qualifiers when you want to change or remove it. This field is required and can be a maximum of 28 characters. You must enter a name with no slashes, semicolons, or colons. Embedded blank spaces will be replaced with underscores. 

 Input must match'^[^:;\\\/]{1,28}$' regular expression pattern.

Job Name (*, name*, name)

Enter the name of the job, using one of the following conventions:

  • * - All job names.
  • jobname* - The jobs whose names begin with the string you specify.
  • jobname - The exact name of the job.

Input must match '^[A-Za-z0-9]*(\*)*$' regular expression pattern.

Job User (*, *user, user)

Enter the name of the user associated with the job, using one of the following conventions:

  • * - All user names.
  • username* - All users whose names begin with the string you specify.
  • username - The exact name of the user.

Input must match '^[A-Za-z0-9]*(\*)*$' regular expression pattern.

Job Subsystem

Enter the name of the subsystem associated with the job, using one of the following conventions:

  • * - All subsystem names.
  • jobsubsystemname* - All subsystems whose names begin with the string you specify.
  • jobsubsystemname - The exact name of the subsystem.

Input must match '^[A-Za-z0-9]*(\*)*$' regular expression pattern.

Job Status

Enter a comma-separated list of the status to filter the jobs by Job Status. Enter * (asterisk) to include all the statuses. All the jobs with the specified status are included for monitoring.

Example: PRTA, OPTA, SIGW, END, and so on.

 Additional information about the status codes

Status codeStatusDescription
100INACTIVEIndicates that the job has completed or ended.
75MTXWIndicates that the job is waiting for access to shared data.
58OSIW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of an OSI Communications Subsystem for OS/400 operation.

 41PRTA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for output to a printer to complete.

31 OPTA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for the completion of an I/O operation to an optical device.

17 SIGW

Indicates that the job is waiting for a signal.

93 END

Indicates that the job ended with the *IMMED option or its delay time has ended with the *CNTRLD option.

71 GRP

Indicates that the job has been suspended by a Transfer Group Job (TFRGRPJOB) command.

57 MXDW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of an I/O operation to a mixed device.

40PRTW

Indicates that the job is waiting for output to a printer to complete.

30OPTW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of an I/O operation to an optical device.

16EVTW

Indicates that the job is waiting for an event.

92EOJ

Indicates that the job ended for a reason other than running the End Job (ENDJOB) or End Subsystem (ENDSBS) command, such as SIGNOFF, End Group Job (ENDGRPJOB), or an exception that is not handled.

70INEL

Indicates that the job is ineligible and not currently in a pool activity level.

56ICFA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for the completion of an I/O operation to an intersystem communications function file.

38CMTW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of save-while-active checkpoint processing in another job.

29CLDW

Indicates that the job is waiting for status information pertaining to one of its child processes.

15DEQA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for completion of a dequeue operation.

91DSC

Indicates a disconnection from a workstation display.

66JVAA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for a Java program operation to complete.

55ICFW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of an I/O operation to an intersystem communications function file.

37SVFA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for the completion of a save file operation.

28CNDW

Indicates that the job is waiting on a handle-based condition.

14DEQW

Indicates that the job is waiting for completion of a dequeue operation.

90SIGS

Indicates that the job stopped as the result of a signal.

65JVAW

Indicates that the job is waiting for a Java program operation to complete.

54BSCA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for the completion of an I/O operation to a binary synchronous device.

36SVFW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of a save file operation.

27THDW

Indicates that the job is waiting for a thread.

13SELW

Indicates that the job is waiting for a selection to complete.

85MSGW

Indicates that the job is waiting for a message from a message queue.

62EOFA

Indicates that the job is waiting in the activity level to retry a read operation on a database file after the end of file has been reached.

53BSCW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of an I/O operation to a binary synchronous device.

35TAPA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for completion of an I/O operation to a tape device.

25SRQ

Indicates the suspended half of a system-request job pair.

60MLTA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for the completion of an I/O operation to multiple files.

80HLDT

Indicates that the job is held due to a suspended thread.

11DSPA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for input from a workstation display.

21TIMA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for a time interval to end.

34TAPW

Indicates that the job is waiting for completion of an I/O operation to a tape device.

52CMNA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for the completion of an I/O operation to a communications device.

61EOFW

Indicates that the job is waiting to retry a read operation on a database file after the end of file has been reached.

81HLD

Indicates that the job is held.

12DLYW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the Delay Job (DLYJOB) command to complete.

51CMNW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of an I/O operation to a communications device.

33DKTA

Indicates that the job is waiting in a pool activity level for the completion of an I/O operation to a diskette unit.

20TIMW

Indicates that the job is waiting for a time interval to end.

10DSPW

Indicates that the job is waiting for input from a workstation display.

76LCKW

Indicates that the job is waiting for a lock.

59MLTW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of an I/O operation to multiple files.

50CPCW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of a Common Programming Interface (CPI) Communications call.

32DKTW

Indicates that the job is waiting for the completion of an I/O operation to a diskette unit.

18PSRW

Indicates that the initial job thread is a prestart job waiting for a program start request.

3RUN

Indicates that the job is currently running in the pool activity level.

Job Type

Select any one of the displayed job types. Available job types are:

  • * - All job types
  • AUTO (AutoStart)
  • BATCH (Batch Jobs)
  • INTER (Interactive)
  • SBS (Subsystem Monitor)
  • RDR (Spool Reader)
  • SYS (System)
  • WTR (Spool Writer)
  • SCPF (SCPF Jobs)
Job Number (*, number)

Enter the number of the job, using one of the following conventions.

  • * - All job numbers
  • jobnumber* -The job numbers that begin with the string you specify.
  • jobnumber - The exact number of the job.

Input must match '^(?:[0-9]*|(\*)*)$' regular expression pattern.

Aggregate resource usage for jobs matching the qualifiersSelect this check box to track the number of matching jobs as well as their aggregate resource usage.
Create an instance for each job that matches the qualifiersSelect this check box to create an instance for each job that matches the qualifiers. This allows you to keep track of its individual status.
Add

Click this option for confirming the configuration information that you provided and adding the active job to the list of configured active jobs.

Modify

Select one of the items that you added to the list in the preceding step, and click this option to modify the details.

Remove

Select the items added earlier and click this option to delete that item from the list of configured active jobs and the clear the details provided in the earlier fields.

ApplyClick to apply the configuration.
CancelClick to close the dialog box.
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