CPCINI keywords

This topic lists and describes the supported cpcxINI keywords.

The default cpcxINI sample member contains sufficient keywords for normal operations.

cpcxINI keywords

Command

Keyword

Required

Default

Description

ENV

NAME

Y

None

Specifies the logical name of environmental services to be initialized in the server address space

The name must be one to eight characters.

ENV

PARM

N

None

Eight-byte parameter field to be passed to environment services initialization module

ENV

PROGRAM

Y

None

Identifies the program module to call to initialize the service

The program module is also called for each function connecting to these services.

ID

DESC

N

None

Up to 50-character description used to identify CPC subsystem for user interface

LOG

SPILL

N

0

Number of lines to write to CPCLOG before automatically closing and reallocating new SYSOUT data set

LOG

SYSOUT

N

*

SYSOUT class to use for the CPCLOG data set

MIG

DATACLAS

N

None

Identifies the SMS data class of the unload file being allocated for migration

MIG

MGMTCLAS

N

None

Identifies the SMS management class of the unload file being allocated for migration

MIG

STORCLAS

N

None

Identifies the SMS storage class of the unload file being allocated for migration

MIG

THRESHEXT

N

200

Identifies the threshold value for maximum extents that is used during execution of the repository management EXPAND command

If you specify a value less than five, the original default value (200) is used.

The maximum extents threshold used with the repository management EXPAND command is used exclusively as a repository management threshold. It is not related to the MAXM OSAM/VSAM Extents threshold defined in the console for user databases.

MIG

UNIT

N

None

Identifies the UNIT name of the unload file being allocated for migration

MIG

VOLS

N

None

Identifies the volume name of the unload file being allocated for migration

REP

PREFIX

N

None

26-byte prefix to use when allocating repository data sets

You must change this name to accommodate your environment.

REP

RECS(p,s)

N

1000, 500

Default REC values (primary allocation, secondary allocation) to use when defining new repository data sets

REP

VOLS(vol,...,vol6)

N

None

Up to six default volumes to use when defining new repository data sets

You must change this value to accommodate your environment.

START

MODE

Y

None

MODE specifies that the server is private.

START

NAME

Y

None

NAME(ALL) is used for all product functions

NAME(CPCSAMP) is used for all CPC sample functions. Any function can be started by operator command.

START

TYPE

Y

None

TYPE(FUNCTION) is used to specify which functions are started at CPC initialization.

TYPE(COM) is used to start the Comm Server in this address space.

TRACE

ACTIVE

N

N

Identifies whether tracing is to be started when the server address space is initialized

XSYS

GROUP

Y

None

One to eight-character cross-system group name; must be a unique XCF group within the SYSPLEX

All cpcxINI keywords must point to the same XSYS(GROUP) name.

XSYS

MASTER

N

None

Defines the MVS image on which the IPT server master resides

For more information about how the master IPT server works, see Sysplex implementation.

TRACE

SPILL

N

0

Number of lines to write to CPCTRACE before automatically closing and reallocating new SYSOUT data set

TRACE

SYSOUT

N

*

SYSOUT class to use for the CPCTRACE data set

XSYS

THREADS

N

1

Number of pipes to use per remote host

A

F

Y

N

SYSPLEX

 

A

Specify whether to use XIM

Any valid unit name

XIMDASD

 

SYSDA

Assign a unit name for SYSPLEX DASD

A

F

Y

N

SYSPLEX

 

A

Specify whether to use XIM

Any valid unit name

XIMDASD

 

SYSDA

Assign a unit name for SYSPLEX DASD

You must specify the CPCINI control statement data set in the IPT started task procedure (cpcxIPT). The control statement must contain 80-character fixed-length records. A command can have keywords and comments. Separators and continuation characters are supported. You can enter commands anywhere in positions 1 through 72 of the input statement (positions 73 through 80 are ignored). See the CPCINI sample member in the sample library for your solution or product.

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