Accessing the service queue
That is, even if the interval is defined as inactive, it is still placed on the queue for execution but will not execute. The service queue is displayed in the SCHDSRVQ view.
To access the service queue
- On the EZSRM Main Menu, select Automation under the Tools and Menus category.
The Automation Options menu is displayed.
- Perform one of the following steps:
Select Scheduled Service Queue under the Automation Processes category.
Type the SQ line command against the row of the interval that you are interested in viewing, and press Enter.
The SCHDSRVQ view is displayed.
31JAN2006 08:37:44 ------ MainView WINDOW INTERFACE (V5.0.03) ---------------- COMMAND ===> SCROLL ===> PAGE CURR WIN ===> 1 ALT WIN ===> >W1 =SCHDSRVQ==========SYSA=====*========31JAN2006==08:37:44====MVSRM====D====4 CM Name Current ID First Last Next Intv Intvl Total Elap Qua -- ------- Status ---- Exec Exec Exec Time Count Count Days Day VSCAN DAILY INACTIVE 00000001 2230 0000 2230 1440 1 31 31 3 SP APPLMON ACTIVE 00000002 0610 0810 0910 0060 10 722 31 3 SPSUM PHYSICALS ACTIVE 00000003 0630 0630 0930 0180 4 244 31 3 CAPPLAN DAILYSUM ACTIVE 00000004 0800 0800 0800 1440 2 32 31 3
The following table describes the line commands that are available from the SCHDSRVQ view.
The EXCMD primary command, which allowed MainView SRM commands to be processed, was removed in version 7.5.01 because the functionality was similar to the new SVOSCMD primary command. For a description of the SVOSCMD primary command, see Reference for MainView SRM products.
SCHDSRVQ line commands
Line command and name
A - Activate Interval
Activates an inactive interval
This command affects the current status and does not update the SMSCHDxx PARMLIB member.
AS - Display All
Displays all service intervals in the queue
EX - Execute Command
Displays a dialog that contains the command that is defined in the row selected
The command can be altered as required. The command that is entered must be a valid MainView SRM command. The command is submitted by exiting the dialog.
I - Inactivate Interval
Inactivates an active interval
R - Reset Statistics
Resets the statistics for the interval
This command affects the current status and does not update the SMSCHDxx PARMLIB member. All counts related to the interval will be reset.
SD- Display View (Services)
Displays a detail view of the service interval selected