The keywords of this statement correspond to installation options that are described in Installation option descriptions.
The following figure shows the LOGOPTS statement syntax.
Determines how Log Master processes DB2 log records in a data sharing environment. Specify one of the following sort modes.
See also LOGSORT=WHENEVER.
Specifies the maximum number of tape units or DASD data sets that Log Master allocates to read log files at one time. This value applies only in a data sharing environment. (LOGTAPES does not limit the number of physical tape devices that Log Master can use, only the number of tape units that Log Master allocates for log processing at one time.) The default value is 0.
Log Master allocates the value that you specify, or a value equal to the number of members in the data sharing group, whichever value is less.
When the LOGSORT installation option is set to NEVER, Log Master ignores any LOGTAPES value. For more information about how the LOGTAPES and LOGSORT keywords interact, see LOGSORT.
Values used for the maximum number of units or data sets are as follows:
See also LOGTAPES=0.