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SETSRM command

The SETSRM command is a primary command that is available on the COMMAND line of any MainView SRM view.

The SETSRM command can be used to apply selection criteria to a VTOC collection data set or certain views.

Keyword parameters are available to set filter or other values used in subsequent view requests. Each view may use zero, one, or any number of keyword values from the command. SETSRM is also used in view hyperlinks and batch report requests. The following examples show the command format:

SETSRM

or

SETSRM keyword(value) ...

keyword is one of the keywords in the keyword list, and value is as explained for each keyword.

If no keywords are specified, a new SETSRM dialog is displayed showing the current keyword settings and allowing data entry to modify the settings.

For more information, see:

Required keywords

A keyword, or multiple keywords, may be required for a particular record, which means all of its views.

When a record is invoked without a required keyword the appropriate messages are generated and the requested view does not display data. Other records may make use of a keyword but not require it. In these cases no message is generated when the keyword is not specified, and the keyword default value is assumed.

All keyword values are edited to ensure valid value formats. If an invalid value is found, an error message is generated and the keyword specification is ignored. Values that identify a resource do not have to identify a resource that exists. In the example, GROUP(value), the value must conform to pool naming conventions, but the actual pool does not have to exist.

Specification of various keywords is issued internally by navigation when a selection occurs on certain views. You may also enter this command manually while on a view to cause the view data to be updated with the new specifications.

SETSRM keyword specifications are maintained in a stack similar to the view stack created as you navigate through the product. As you use PF3 or End to back out through the view stack, the SETSRM keywords are also unstacked, whether the keywords were entered internally by navigation or manually.

Examples using SETSRM

For this example, assume that the user is viewing GPCNFG.
  1. The user selects GROUP X from the tabular view of pools and groups.

  2. MainView SRM issues a SETSRM GROUP(X) command and the pool and group EZCmd menu is presented.

  3. In the Real Time Status section, the user selects the configuration item from the EZCmd menu.

  4. The VOLCNFG view is displayed containing the volumes in GROUP X and their status.

  5. The user manually enters SETSRM GROUP(Y) on the COMMAND line.

  6. MainView SRM updates the VOLCNFG view which now contains the volumes in GROUP Y and their status.

  7. The user backs out of VOLCNFG for GROUP Y using PF3 ( END) and the VOLCNFG for GROUP X is again displayed.

To extend this scenario, assume that the GROUP keyword was set to GROUP Z prior to entering the GPCNFG view. When a selection was made on GPCNFG the GROUP keyword was set to X and the pool and group EZCmd menu was displayed. When PF3 ( END) is used to go back to the GPCNFG view from the pool and group EZCmd, the GROUP keyword is reset to Z.

SETSRM keywords

The following table alphabetically lists and describes each keyword that you can use with the SETSRM command. When applicable, the descriptions also cite default values and abbreviations for the keywords. 

The keywords with the suffix '2' are used in conjunction with their corresponding keywords to define a range of values.

Example

To display records for a data set that was created 12 days ago:

SETSRM ADAYSCR(12)

To display records for a data set that was created between 12 and 50 days ago: 

SETSRM ADAYSCR(12) ADAYSCROP(GE) SETSRM ADAYSCR2(50) ADAYSCROP2(LE)


SETSRM keywords

KeywordDescriptionExample

ADAYSCR
(PTF BPG7604 applied)

The value specifies the calendar adjusted days since the data set was created.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: 0 99999

SETSRM ADAYSCR(12)



ADAYSCR2
(PTF BPG7604 applied)

The value specifies the calendar adjusted days since the data set was created.

You can specify a single value by using ADAYSCR, or a range of values by using both ADAYSCR and ADAYSCR2.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM ADAYSCR2(50)



ADAYSCROP
(PTF BPG7604 applied)

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with the ADAYSCR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ADAYSCROP(GT)

ADAYSCROP2
(PTF BPG7604 applied)

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with the ADAYSCR2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ADAYSCROP2(LT)

ADAYSLR2

The value specifies the calendar-adjusted days since the data set was read.

Valid values: 0 99999

SETSRM ADAYSLR2(120)

ADAYSLROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with ADAYSLR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ADAYSLROP(LT)

ADAYSLROP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with ADAYSLR2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ADAYSLROP2(LT)

ADAYSLW

The value specifies the calendar-adjusted days since the data set was written.

Valid values: 0 99999

SETSRM ADAYSLW(120)

ADAYSLW2

The value specifies the calendar-adjusted days since the data set was written.

Valid values: 0 99999

SETSRM ADAYSLW2(120)

ADAYSLWOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with ADAYSLW keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ADAYSLWOP(LT)

ADAYSLWOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with ADAYSLW2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ADAYSLWOP2(LT)

ADAYSNREF

The value specifies the calendar-adjusted days since the data set was referenced.

Valid values: 0 99999

SETSRM ADAYSNREF(120)

ADAYSNREF2

The value specifies the calendar-adjusted days since the data set was referenced.

Valid values: 0 99999

SETSRM ADAYSNREF2(120)

ADAYSNROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with ADAYSNREF keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ADAYSNROP(LT)

ADAYSNROP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with ADAYSNREF2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ADAYSNROP2(LT)

AGEBAND

Use this optional keyword to specify the age band used by a view; the range of an age band depends on the view being generated.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data is assumed unless the view requires a value.

Shortcut: AB

SETSRM AGEBAND(61-90)

or

SETSRM AB(OVER 365)

ALLOCSIZE

The value is a 15-digit allocation size in bytes. This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets with an allocation size larger than the value entered will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: Values are whole numbers, zero through 999,999,999,999,999

SETSRM ALLOCSIZE(500)

ALLOCSIZE2

The value specifies the allocation size in bytes.

Valid values: 0 999999999999999

SETSRM ALLOCSIZE2(34000)

ALLOCSZOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with ALLOCSIZE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ALLOCSZOP(LT)

ALLOCSZOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with ALLOCSIZE2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ALLOCSZOP2(GT)

APPL

The value is a single application name, which is established through the Applications Management option on the EZSRM menu. The value limits data displayed to the specified application.

Mask values are not supported.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all applications are included unless the view requires a value.

Valid values: Values must follow application naming conventions as defined in application collector. The application does not have to exist. If a undefined application name is entered, subsequent views will respond as if no data is available for the application. Certain real-time views will indicate that the application does not exist.

Shortcuts: A, AP, APP

SETSRM A(DEVAPPL)

SETSRM AP(WORK APPL)

SETSRM APPL(MY APPL FOR TESTING)

APPLSTR

The value specifies a list of Application names or Application name masks separated by a comma.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Valid values: Full application name or application name mask.

Note: If an application name contains embedded spaces, the value must be enclosed in single quotation marks.

SETSRM APPLSTR(myappa, abcap /, defap/)

ATLLIB

The value specifies whether a tape data set in an Automated Tape Library is selected.

Valid values:

  • Y = YES include ATL tapes
  • N = No do not include ATL tapes

SETSRM ATLLIB(Y)

ATLNMSTR

The value specifies a list of Automated Tape Library names or name masks separated by a comma.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Valid values: Full Automated Tape Library or ATL name mask

Default: / (All)

SETSRM ATLNMSTR(altname1, altname2, myatl/)

ATLNMSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator used with ATLNMSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ATLNMSTROP(EQ)

BASE

The value indicates the cluster name when the data set name specified is a data component, index component, alternate index, and so on. The value is equal to the data set name if that value is a cluster name.

SETSRM BASE(MY.DATA.SET)

BKDATE

The value filters on the date when the data set backup version was made.

The value is a date in either of the following formats: YYYYMMDD or YYYY/MM/DD

SETSRM BKDATE(20110910)

BKDATE2

The value filters on the date when the data set backup version was made.

The value is a date in either of the following formats: YYYYMMDD or YYYY/MM/DD

SETSRM BKDATE2(20110910)

BKDATEOP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with BKDATE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM BKDATEOP(LT)

BKDATEOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is the BKDATE2 keyword.????????

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM BKDATEOP2(LT)

BKDSNSTR

The value specifies the data set name of the HSM backup or migration copy of the data set.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Multiple entries are allowed if separated by a comma. Masking is allowed.

SETSRM BKDSNSTR(MY.DATA.SET/,YOUR.DATA/)

BKDSNSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with BKDATE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM BKDSNSTROP(EQ)

BLKSZ

The value is the physical size for a data set or component.

Valid values: must be a numeric value between 4 and 32760.

SETSRM BLKSZ(8000)

BLOCKEFF

The value is a three-digit data set blocking efficiency. This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets with a blocking efficiency less than the value entered will be displayed.

Valid values: whole numbers, zero through 100

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

SETSRM BLOCKEFF(80)

SETSRM BLOCKEFF(100)

BOX

The value specifies a 12-digit serial number of a control unit or RAID box.

The BOX SETSRM keyword can be used to invoke the EZBOX EZCmd menu.

Default: None

Valid values: whole numbers and must be 12 positions.

SETSRM BOX(boxSerial) ; EZBOX

CAPDAYS

This value is used with a beginning date to calculate an (earlier) ending data for the display capacity planning snapshots. Note that this value is used to show the days preceding the beginning date.

Valid values: 1 9999

Shortcut: CDAYS

SETSRM CAPDAYS(20)

CASPLITOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with CASPLITS keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM CASPLITOP(GT)

CASPLITOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with CASPLITS2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM CASPLITOP2(GT)

CASPLITS

The value is a three-digit number of CA splits. This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only VSAM data sets with more CA splits than the value entered will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: whole numbers, zero through 999.

SETSRM CASPLITS(100)

CASPLITS2

The value specifies the number of CA splits in a VSAM file.

Valid values: 0 – 999

SETSRM CASPLITS2(124)

CATEGORY

The value is a nine-character error category used by the HSMERDT view.

Default: None

Keyword is required for HSM xxxx views. If you do not specify a value, an error message is generated.

Valid values: 9 position

Not applicable

CATIND

The value indicates the type of data sets to display, as listed below. This keyword is used for data set report filtering.

Valid values:

  • C=cataloged data sets
  • N=not cataloged data sets
  • D=duplicate data sets
  • U=undetermined

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

SETSRM CATIND(D)

CATINFO

The value indicates whether catalog information should be included in the view. This is used in the HSM-related views. As catalog accessing can in some cases be time consuming, this allows a fast-path to the non-catalog related information, reducing response time and resource consumption related to the view.

Default: If you do not specify a value, CATINFO YES is assumed and catalog information is included.

Valid values: Y, YES, ON, NO, N, OFF

SETSRM CAT(Y)

or

SETSRM CATINFO(NO)

CATISTR

The value specifies a list of Catalog Indicator Type values separated by a comma.

Valid values:

  • C = Cataloged data sets
  • N = Not cataloged data sets
  • D = Duplicate data sets
  • U = Undetermined

SETSRM CATISTR(D,U)

CATISTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with CATISTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM CATISTROP(EQ)

CATLGTAPE

The value specifies whether a cataloged tape data set is selected.

Valid values:

  • Y = YES include cataloged tapes
  • N = No do not include cataloged tapes

SETSRM CATLGTAPE(Y)

CDAYSCAPDAYS

The value specifies the time period on which to report in the capacity planning views, all of which start with CAP. The reporting start date determines the most recent reporting date. The CDAYS keyword is used to determine how far back the report should encompass.

Valid values: 1 through 9999

Usage: If specified, the value overrides the TIME command. If the CDAYS keyword is not specified, the TIME command is used. If this value is not specified and the TIME command is not used, the default reporting CDAYS will be 180.

SETSRM CAPDAYS(2)SETSRM CDAYS(2)

CDSCOLDS

The value specifies the CDS collection data set name to be used for the CDS reporting views.

SETSRM CDSCOLDS(MY.COLLECT.DSN)

CHP

The value is a channel path ID, which is used by some performance views in conjunction with the GRPTYPE keyword. See the CHP value of the GRPTYPE keyword for where this is used.

SETSRM CHP(03)

CISPLITOP

The value specifies the comparison operator used with CISPLITS keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM CISPLITOP(GT)

CISPLITOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator used with CISPLITS2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM CISPLITOP2(GT)

CISPLITS

The value is a three-byte number of CI splits. This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only VSAM data sets with more CI splits than the value entered will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: whole numbers, zero through 99.

SETSRM CISPLITS(50)

CISPLITS2

The value specifies the number of CI splits in a VSAM file.

Valid values: 0 – 999

SETSRM CISPLITS2(124)

CMDFLTR

The value specifies a command or mask to filter on in the HSM commands report.

Valid values: 1 to 8 characters of a command or mask

Default: If you do not specify a value, no command filtering occurs.

SETSRM CMDFLTR(RECYCLE)

CMPPCT

The value filters on compression degree of migrated data set, stated as a percentage of the original size.

SETSRM CMPPCT(30)

CMPPCT2

The value filters on compression degree of migrated data set, stated as a percentage of the original size.

SETSRM CMPPCT2(30)

CMPPCTOP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with CMPPCT keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM CMPPCTOP(EQ)

CMPPCTOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with CMPPCT2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM CMPPCTOP2(EQ)

COLCTDESC

The value specifies a description of the OCDS collection data set that contains data for CDS reports.

Value: 1 to 50 bytes alphanumeric characters

SETSRM COLCTDESC(MY OCDS REPORT)

COMPIND

The value indicates whether data sets should be displayed based on the compression indication.

Valid values:

  • N=Display non-compressed data sets
  • Y=Display compressed data sets

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

SETSRM COMPIND(Y)

CVOLSTR

The value specifies the HSM volume to which the data set backup or migration was made by HSM.

Multiple entries can be made separated by a comma. Masking is also allowed.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

SETSRM CVOLSTR(VOLA/,VOLD/,VOLQEF)

CVOLSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with CVOLSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM CVOLSTROP(EQ)

CVOLSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with CVOLSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DCLSTROP(NE)

DASDSUL
(PTF BPG7583 applied)

The value indicates whether data sets should be displayed based on the standard user label.

Valid values:

  • Y = Display data sets with standard user label 
  • N = Display data sets without standard user label

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

SETSRM DASDSUL(Y)

DATACLASS

The value is an eight-character data class name (as defined by SMS). You can use this keyword to filter data set reports. If you specify the keyword, the report displays only data sets that are in the specified data class.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the report displays all data sets.

Valid values: A valid eight-character data class name.

SETSRM DATACLASS(MYDATACL)

or

SETSRM DATACL(MYDATACL)

or

SETSRM DC(MYDATACL)

DATE

The value is a date in either of the following formats: YYYYMMDD or YYYY/MM/DD

Default: If you do not specify a value, the TIME command END DATE value is used. If that is not specified, the current date is assumed.

Valid values: Must be a valid date.

Usage: This date is used internally in all MainView SRM historical views to provide navigation when a specific time interval is selected.

SETSRM DATE(20021231)

or

SETSRM DATE(2002/12/31)

DAYS

The value specifies the time period on which to report. The reporting start date determines the most recent reporting date. The DAYS keyword is used to determine how far back the report should encompass.

Valid values: 1 – 9999

Usage: If specified, the value overrides the TIME command. If the DAYS keyword is not specified, the TIME command is used. If this value is not specified and the TIME command is not used, the default reporting DAYS will be 30.

Not applicable

DAYSCR
(PTF BPG7604 applied)

The value specifies the number of days since the data set was created.

 Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

 Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM DAYSCR(100)

DAYSCR2
(PTF BPG7604 applied)

The value specifies the number of days since the data set was created.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM DAYSCR2(200)

DAYSCROP
(PTF BPG7604 applied)

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with the DAYSCR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DAYSCROP(GE)

DAYSCROP2 (PTF BPG7604 applied)

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with the DAYSCR2 keyword.

 Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DAYSCROP2(LE)

DAYSLR

The value specifies the days since the data set was read.

Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM DAYSLR(120)

DAYSLR2

The value specifies the days since the data set was read.

Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM DAYSLR2(120)

DAYSLROP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with DAYSLR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DAYSLROP(LT)

DAYSLROP2

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with DAYSLR2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DAYSLROP2(LT)

DAYSLW

The value specifies the days since the data set was written.

Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM DAYSLW(120)

DAYSLW2

The value specifies the days since the data set was written.

Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM DAYSLW2(120)

DAYSLWOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DAYSLW keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DAYSLWOP(GT)

DAYSLWOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DAYSLW2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DAYSLWOP2(GT)

DAYSNREF

The value is a three-digit number of days-not-referenced. This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets that have a larger days-not-referenced value than the value entered will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: Whole numbers, zero through 999.

SETSRM DAYSNREF(30)

DAYSNREF2

The value specifies the days since the data set was referenced.

Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM DAYSNREF2(120)

DAYSNROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DAYSNREF keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DAYSNROP(GT)

DAYSNROP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DAYSNREF2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DAYSNROP2(LT)

DCLSTR

Value is an 8-character data class name (as defined by SMS). This keyword is used on data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets in the specified data class will be displayed.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Multiple entries can be made separated by a comma. Masking is also allowed.

SETSRM DCLSTR(DATC1/,DATACL2)

DELTA

The value indicates to the Capacity Planning views whether or not to show a delta for each resource over the time period requested.

If DELTA is set to Y the views show delta values. If is it set to N the views show the values in each snapshot within the time range being reported on.

SETSRM DELTA(Y)

DEV

This required keyword specifies the four-position device number, which is used in the MDEVSP view. It determines the device number to display.

Note: For MDEVSP either this DEV keyword or the VOL keyword is required.

Default: None

Valid values: Four-position device number. The device number does not have to exist; however, if it does not, MDEVSP will generate a error message.

SETSRM DEV(A30B)

DIR

The value is a 5-digit box serial number followed by a 2-digit EMC director number, which when specified, causes views to display resources that are associated with the EMC director. This keyword is used by performance views in conjunction with GRPTYPE(DIR).

SETSRM DIR(00045)

DIRBA
(PTF BPG7583 applied)

The value specifies the number of allocated PDS data set directory blocks.

 Valid values: 1 – 16777215

SETSRM DIRBA(100)

DIRBAOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DIRBA keyword.

 Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DIRBAOP(GE)

DIRBAOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DIRBA2 keyword.

 Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DIRBAOP2(LE)

DIRBA2

The value specifies the number of allocated PDS data set directory blocks.

 Valid values: 1 – 16777215

SETSRM DIRBA2(200)

DIRBF
(PTF BPG7583 applied) 

The value specifies the number of free PDS data set directory blocks.

 Valid values: 0 – 16777215

SETSRM DIRBF(12)

DIRBFOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DIRBF keyword.

 Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETYSRM DIRBFOP(GT)

DIRBFOP2
(PTF BPG7583 applied)

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DIRBF2 keyword.

 Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DIRBFOP2(LT)

DIRBF2

The value specifies the number of PDS data set directory blocks free.

 Valid values: 0 – 16777215

SETSRM DIRBF(50)

DSCHNGDIND

The value specifies whether data sets that were open for update is selected.

Valid values are: Y or N

Shortcut: DSCHG

SETSRM DSCHNGDIND (Y)

DSN

Use this optional keyword to specifies a data set name or name mask for which to show activity.

Valid values: Fully qualified data set name or data set name mask

Default: / (All)

Shortcut: DSNM, D, DS

SETSRM DSN(my.data.set.name)

SETSRM D(my.data/)

SETSRM D(my.**.name)

DSNSTR

The value specifies a list of data set names or name masks separated by a comma.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Valid values: Fully qualified data set name or data set name mask

Default: / (All)

SETSRM DSNSTR( my.dsn,my.dsn2,my.dsn3/)

DSNSTR2

The value specifies a list of data set names or name masks separated by a comma.

Valid values: Fully qualified data set name or data set name mask

Default: / (All)

SETSRM DSNSTR2(my.dsn,my.dsn2,my.dsn3/)

DSNSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DSNSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DSNSTROP(LE)

DSNSTROP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with the DSNSTR2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DSNSTROP2(LE)

DSNTYPE

This keyword is used for data set report filtering. The value indicates the type of data sets to display.

Valid values:

  • DB2= DB2 table space
  • GDS= Generation Data Set
  • HFS= Hierarchical File System data set
  • HSM= HSM backup or migrate data set
  • PDSE= Partitioned Data Set Extended
  • TEMP= Temporary data set
  • ZFS= zSeries File System
  • VSAM= All other VSAM data sets not described by the above values
  • NVSM= All other non-VSAM data sets not described by the above values
  • LRGE= Large format data set

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

SETSRM DSNTYPE(DB2)

DSNTYSTR

The value specifies a list of DS Type values separated by a comma.

Valid values:

  • DB2= DB2 table space
  • HFS= Hierarchical file system data set
  • ZFS= zSeries file system
  • PDSE= Partitioned data set extended
  • TEMP= Temporary data set
  • HSM= HSM backup or migrate data set
  • GDS= Generation data set
  • VSAM= VSAM data set, not described by one of the above values
  • NVSM= non-VSAM data set, not described by one of the above values
  • LRGE= Large format data set

SETSRM DSNTYSTR(DB2,HFS)

DSNTYSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DSNTYSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM DSNTYSTROP(EQ)

DSORG

The value is a four-character data set organization. This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets with the specified data set organization will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: PO, PS, VS, DA, IS, and '--'. (that's two dashes '-').

SETSRM DSORG(PO)

DSORGSTR

The value specifies a list of DSORG values separated by a comma.

Valid values:

  • DA (Direct Access (BDAM))
  • GDG (Generation Data Group)
  • HFS (DFSMS/MVS Hierarchical File System)
  • IS (Indexed Sequential (ISAM))
  • PDSE (Partitioned data set extended)
  • PS (Physical Sequential (QSAM))
  • VS (VSAM)
  • ZFS (z/OS Distributed File Service zSeries File System PO – Partitioned Data Set (BPAM))—(The data set organization could not be determined or the data set was never opened)

SETSRM DSORGSTR(PO,PS)

DSORGSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with DSORGSTR keyword.

SETSRM DSORGSTROP(NE)

DSTYPE

The value indicates the type of data sets to display, as listed below. This is used in the HSM-related views, and in SuperLocate. Certain values only apply to SuperLocate and are not valid in HSM views.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values:

  • A= All data sets
  • V= VSAM data sets only
  • N= Non-VSAM data sets
  • P= Page data set type. This is only valid in SuperLocate (is not valid for HSM views). If used in HSM views no data will be displayed.
  • C= Cataloged data sets are to be displayed. This is only valid in SuperLocate (is not valid for HSM views). If used in HSM views, no data will be displayed.
  • O= Data set types only that are not in one of the above categories. These data set types include GDG definitions, VVDS definitions (if cataloged) and others.

SETSRM DSTYPE(N)

EXPDT

The value specifies the expiration date for a data set.

Format is Julian date yyyyddd

SETSRM EXPDT(2009231)

SETSRM EXPDT(98000)

EXPDT2

The value specifies the expiration date for a data set.

Format is Julian date yyyyddd

SETSRM EXPDT2(2009231)

or

SETSRM EXPDT2(98000)

EXPDTG

The value specifies the expiration date for a data set.

Format is Gregorian date yyyymmdd

SETSRM EXPDT(20090227)

or

SETSRM EXPDT(99999999)

EXPDTG2

The value specifies the expiration date for a data set.

Format is Gregorian date yyyymmdd

SETSRM EXPDTG2(20090227)

or

SETSRM EXPDTG2(99999999)

EXPDTGOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXPDTG keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM EXPDTGOP(EQ)

EXPDTGOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXPDTG2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM EXPDTGOP2(EQ)

EXPDTOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXPDT keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM EXPDTOP(EQ)

EXPDTOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXPDT keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM EXPDTOP2(EQ)

EXPDTYN

The value specifies the expiration type number used with EXPDTYPE keyword.

Valid values: 0 – 99999

SETSRM EXPDTYN(99000)

EXPDTYNOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXPDTYN keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM EXPDTYNOP(EQ)

EXPDTYPE

The value specifies a list of the expiration date type to select.

Valid values:

  • All Tape Management Software
    • D= Expiration date
  • CA-1 Tape Management Software
    • K= CA-1 EXPDT keyword (see list below)
  • Control-T Tape Management Software
    • C= Number of cycles
    • E= Controlled by EDM
    • I= Number of days in vault
    • J= Expiration date from JCL
    • L= Days since last reference
    • M= Controlled by the MVS catalog
    • P= Permanent
    • S= Controlled by the SMS class
    • V= Controlled by the vault
  • The following CA-1 EXPDT values are available with EXPTYPE=K:
    • 88uuu – User defined tape not under TMS control.
    • 90ddd – Tape will be retained for ddd days and then pass to MVS control.
    • 98000 – Nonresident tape not under TMS control.
    • 98ddd – Days since last reference.
    • 99000 – Controlled by the MVS catalog
    • 99366 – Permanent
    • 99ccc – Number of cycles

SETSRM EXPDTYPE(P,L)

EXPDTYPEOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXPDTYPE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM EXPDTYPE(EQ)

EXTENTS

The value is a three-digit number of extents. This keyword used on data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets with more extents than the value specified will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: Values are whole numbers, 0-99.

Shortcut: EXT

SETSRM EXT(5)

SETSRM EXT(99)

EXTENTS2

The value specifies the number of extents in a data set.

Valid values: 0-999

SETSRM EXTENTS2(30)

EXTENTSOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXTENTS keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM EXTENTSOP(GT)

EXTENTSOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXTENTS2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM EXTENTSOP2(LT)

EXTFMT

The value indicates whether data sets should be displayed based on the extended format indication.

Valid values:

  • N= Display non-extended format data sets
  • Y= Display extended format data sets

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

SETSRM EXTFMT(Y)

FREESIZE

When this optional keyword is specified, only data sets with free space that is equal to or greater than the value specified will be displayed. This value is the free space that existed at HWM allocation time.

Default: None

Valid values: 1 to 999999999999999K

Specifying 4151K would show data sets that have a size over 50 cylinders on a 3390 device.

FREESIZE2

The value specifies the amount of free space in a data set.

Default: None

Valid values: 1 to 99999K

SETSRM FREESIZE2(29000)

FREESZOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with FREESIZE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM FREESZOP(EQ)

FREESZOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with FREESZ2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM FREESZOP2(EQ)

FREETRK

The value is a 1- to 5-byte free space size in tracks.

SETSRM FREETRK(123)

FREETRK2

The value is a 1- to 5-byte free space size in tracks.

SETSRM FREETRK2(123)

FREETRKOP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with FREETRK keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM FREETRKOP(GT)

FREETRKOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with FREETRK2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM FREETRKOP2(GT)

FROMDSN

Use this optional keyword to specify a data set name or mask at which to start.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the default is the first data set.

Valid values: Fully qualified data set name or data set name mask

SETSRM FROMDSN( my.data.set.name.aaa) TODSN(my.data.set.xxx)

FROMVOL

Use this optional keyword to specify a volume at which to start.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the default is the first volume.

Valid values: Complete volume serial number or volume serial number mask

SETSRM FROMVOL(WRK000) TOVOL(*)

or

SETSRM FROMVVOL(AA*) TOVOL(BB*)

FVOLSTR

The value is a volume serial or volume serial mask that is used in HSM views in connection with TOVOL that sets a range of volumes on which to report.

Multiple entries can be made separated by a comma. Masking is also allowed.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

SETSRM FVOLSTR(FVOL1/,FVOL2/)

FVOLSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with FVOLSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM FVOLSTROP(GT)

GROUP

The value is used in connection with the TYPE keyword to specify a pool, subpool, or storage group name.

Value is one of the following names:

  • A single SMS group name, up to 30 characters in length. The values are defined by SMS.

  • A single pool name, up to a maximum of 8 characters. The values are defined by MainView SRM SMPOOLxx member.

  • A single subpool name, up to a maximum of 8 characters. The values are defined by MainView SRM SMSPOLxx member.

Notes:

  • Storage groups must follow storage group naming conventions as stated by SMS.

  • Pool and subpool names must follow MainView SRM conventions.

  • The storage group, pool, or subpool specified does not have to be defined. If an undefined group or pool or subpool name is entered subsequent views will respond as if no data is available for the group or pool or subpool.

  • Certain real-time views will indicate that the group or pool or subpool does not exist.

  • Mask values are not supported.

The TYPE keyword indicates if the value specified here is a pool, a subpool, or a storage group name. If no TYPE value is specified, the GROUP value is assumed to be a storage group.

When GROUP is specified it limits subsequent views to data associated with the group, pool, or subpool specified.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all groups are assumed, unless the view requires a value.

Shortcuts: G, GRP, STORGROUP, STOGROUP, STORGRP, STOGRP

SETSRM G(PRIMARY)

or

SETSRM GRP(MEDIUM)

GRPSTR

The value specifies a list of group or pool names or group or pool masks separated by a comma.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Valid values: Full group or pool name or group or pool name mask

SETSRM GRPSTR( mygrp,myg /)

GRPTYPE

The value used in historical performance (SGP) to pass data between views used to associate one resource to another. Possible values for GRPTYPE follow:

Valid values:

  • LCU displays resources for an associated LCU. The LCU keyword contains the LCU. LCU is used by:

    • PRCCU (SGPCachCntUnt)

    • PRVOL(SGPVolume)

    • PRCHP (SGPChannelPath)

  • VOL displays resources for an associated volser. The VOL keyword contains the volume. VOL is used by:

    • PRCHP (SGPChannelPath)

    • PRLCU (SGPLogicalCntUnt)

    • PRDS (SGPDataset)

    • PRPVOL (SGPRaidPhyVolume)

    • PRRSF (SGPRVASubsysFrame)

    • PRRRK (SGPRaidRank)

    • SSSPACE (Subsystem Space)

  • CHP displays resources associated with a specified channel path. The CHP keyword contains the channel path. CHP is used by:

    • PRCCU (SGPCacheCntUnt)

    • PRLCU (SGPLogicalCntUnt)

    • PRVOL (SGPVolume)

  • PHY displays resources associated with a specified physical disk. The PHY keyword contains the physical disk id. PHY is used by:

    • PRCCU (SGPCacheCntUnt)
    • PRVOL (SGPVolume)
  • CCU displays resources that are associated with a specified CCU/subsystem. The SUBSYS keyword contains the cache control unit ID, also called the subsystem ID. CCU is used by:
    • PRVOL (SGPVolume)
    • PRRDIR (SGPRaidDirector)
    • PRPVOL (SGPRaidPhyVolume)
    • PRLCU (SGPLogicalCntUnt)
    • PRRSF (SGPRVASubsysFrame)
    • PRRRK (SGPRaidRank)
    • PRPVBOXZ (Box Performance)
    • PRVOLRT (Worst Responding)
    • PRVOLMA (Performance Activity)
    • SPPHYRVA (RVA Subsystems NCL)
  • DSN displays resources associated with a specified data set name. The DSN keyword contains the data set name. SSN is used by:
    • PRVOL (SGPVolume)
  • POOL displays resources associated with a specified pool. The GROUP keyword contains the group or pool name. The TYPE keyword contains the group or pool type. POOL is used by:
    • PRVOL (SGPVolume)
    • PRDS (SGPDataset)
    • VOLSPACE (SpaceVolSnap)
    • SSSPACE (Subsystem Space)
  • DIR displays resources associated with an EMC director. DIR keyword contains director number. DIR is used by:
    • PRVOL (SGPVolume)
    • PRPVOL (SGPRaidPhyVolume)
  • SCL displays resources associated with a specified storage class. The SCL keyword contains the storage class. SCL is used by:
    • PRDS (SGPDataset)

Default: If the GRPTYPE keyword is not specified, all space and performance views show information on all resources for the interval defined by the TIME command or SETSRM DATE and TIME keywords.

Usage: used in the performance (SGP) and space (SGD) views.

SETSRM GRPTYPE(VOL) VOL(BAB200)

or

SETSRM GRPTYPE(PHY) PHY(01047-09-C0)

HLQ

This keyword specifies the data set high-level qualifier.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all HLQs are included in the report, unless the view requires a value. This keyword can be used to invoke the WBHLQ view.

Valid values: Any valid 1 to 8 position data set name high level qualifier. The HLQ does not have to exist as the HLQ of a data set. Masking characters are not allowed

SETSRM HLQ(PAYROLL)

or

SETSRM HLQ(TEST)

HOSTID

This optional keyword displays data sets that were processed by the host that is indicated.

Default: None

Valid values: two-character DFSMShsm host ID.

Not applicable

HSMAGE

The value specifies the number of days since the HSM backup or migration of the data set was made. This value is calculated by subtracting the backup or migration date from the current date. The time of the migration is not included in the calculation.

Valid values: 0 - 99999

SETSRM HSMAGE(45)

HSMAGE2

The value specifies the number of days since the HSM backup or migration of the data set was made. This value is calculated by subtracting the backup or migration date from the current date. The time of the migration is not included in the calculation.

Valid values: 0 - 99999

SETSRM HSMAGE2(90)

HSMAGEOP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with HSMAGE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM HSMAGEOP(GT)

HSMAGEOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with HSMAGE2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM HSMAGEOP2(LT)

HSMAAGE

The value specifies the number of calendar-adjusted days since the data set was migrated or backed up. Calendar-adjusted days are working days as defined in MainView SRM calendar member SMSCALS xx. If SMSCALS xx is not used or function HSMMCCNV is not active, these days are not adjusted and this keyword value is equal to the HSMAGE keyword value.

Valid values: 0 - 99999

SETSRM HSMAAGE(95)

HSMAAGE2

The value specifies the number of calendar-adjusted days since the data set was migrated or backed up. Calendar-adjusted days are working days as defined in MainView SRM calendar member SMSCALS xx. If SMSCALS xx is not used or function HSMMCCNV is not active, these days are not adjusted and this keyword value is equal to the HSMAGE keyword value.

Valid values: 0 - 99999

SETSRM HSMAAGE2(295)

HSMAAGEOP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with HSMAAGE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM HSMAAGEOP(GT)

HSMAAGEOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with HSMAAGE2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM HSMAAGEOP2(LT)

HSMDAYS

This keyword specifies the number of HSM days that the view should include. The HSMDAYS value overrides the MainView TIME command. If HSMDAYS is specified, the HSM cycle begins when HSM Auto Backup runs. This keyword is the same as the DAYS SETSRM keyword.

Default: 1 day

Valid values: 1 to 999 days

SETSRM HSMDAYS(1)

HSMSIZE

The value specifies the data set size, in kilobytes, of the HSM backup or migration volume.

Valid Values: 0 – 2147483647

SETSRM HSMSIZE(38374)

HSMSIZE2

The value specifies the data set size, in kilobytes, of the HSM backup or migration volume.

Valid values: 0 – 2147483647

SETSRM HSMSIZE2(438374)

HSMSIZEOP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with HSMSIZE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM HSMSIZEOP(GT)

HSMSIZEOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with HSMSIZE2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM HSMSIZEOP2(LT)

HWMSIZE

When this optional keyword is specified, only data sets with equal to or greater than the HWM allocation size space than the value specified will be displayed. The HWM allocation size is the size of the data set before unused space was released by RLSE.

Default: None

Value: 1 to 99999

Specifying 41501 would show data sets that have a size over 50 cylinders on a 3390 device.

INTERVAL

The value indicates an interval of time in number of seconds, which is used in the real-time volume performance views.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the default is 5 minutes.

Valid values: Whole number up to four digits indicating the number of seconds. Value of 30 is the minimum. Values lower than 30 seconds use a default value of 30. Value of 1800 is the maximum value (30 minutes). Values above 1800 use a default value of 1800.

SETSRM INTERVAL(0030)

or

SETSRM INTERVAL(120)

LCU

The value is a logical control unit ID, which is used by some performance views in conjunction with the GRPTYPE keyword. See LCU value of the GRPTYPE keyword for where this is used.

When used in conjunction with GRPTYPE(LCU), this keyword causes certain performance views to display resources associated with the specified LCU.

Valid values: valid LCU IDs

Not applicable

LIBMGR

Use this keyword to specify the one-byte tape library manager. It is optional unless the view requires it.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all library managers are included.

Valid values:

  • S=STK
  • I=IBM

Shortcut: LM

SETSRM LM(I)

or

SETSRM LIBMGR(S)

LIBRARY

Use this optional keyword to specify a library name or name mask for which you want to show activity.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the default is / (All).

Valid values: Fully qualified LIBRARY or LIBRARY mask

SETSRM LIBRARY(C3PO)

LIBTYPE

Use this keyword to specify a one-byte library ID. It identifies the tape as being from a manual tape library, a virtual tape system or an automated tape library. It is optional unless the view requires it.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all library IDs are included.

Valid values:

  • M=manual tape library
  • V=virtual tape library
  • A=automated tape library

Shortcut: LT

SETSRM LIBTYPE(V)

or

SETSRM LT(A)

LREADTE

The value specifies the last read date of the data set.

Format: yyyymmdd

SETSRM LREADTE(20100711)

LREADTE2

The value specifies the last read date of the data set.

Format: yyyymmdd

SETSRM LREADTE2(20100711)

LREADTEOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with LREADTE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM LREADTEOP(EQ)

LREADTEOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with LREADTE2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM LREADTEOP2(EQ)

LREF

The value specifies the last reference date of the data set.

Format: yyyymmdd

SETSRM LREF(20100711)

LREF2

The value specifies the last reference date of the data set.

Format: yyyymmdd

SETSRM LREF2(20100711)

LREFOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with LREF keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM LREFOP(LT)

LREFOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with LREF2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM LREFOP2(LT)

LWDATE

The value specifies the last write date of the data set.

Format: yyyymmdd

SETSRM LWDATE(20100711)

LWDATE2

The value specifies the last write date of the data set.

Format: yyyymmdd

SETSRM LWDATE2(20100711)

LWDATEOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with LWDATE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM LWDATEOP(EQ)

LWDATEOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with LWDATE2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM LWDATEOP2(EQ)

MAXVOLS

Use this optional keyword to specify the maximum number of volumes or data set names to display in the view.

If this value is too large, you may run short on MainView SRM system storage that is used to create the view.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the default is 1,000.

Shortcut: MXV

SETSRM MAXVOLS(500)

or

SETSRM MXV(250)

MCLSTR

The value specifies a list of SMS Management class names or SMS Management class name masks separated by a comma.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Valid values: Full management class name or management class name mask

SETSRM MCLSTR(mgmtcla,mgmtclb,mymgc /)

MCLSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with MCLSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM MCLSTROP(EQ)

MCMMPRIDY

Sets the Management Class Model Primary Days value for the MCMODELV view.

Valid values: 001 – 365

SETSRM MCMMPRIDY(020)

MCMMLV1DY

Sets the Management Class Model Level 1 Days value for the MCMODELV view.

Valid values: 001 – 365

SETSRM MCMMLV1DY(050)

MEMBER

The value is a 1- to 8-character member name that identifies an SVOS PARMLIB member that is used to obtain data for a view or supply filtering data for a view.

SETSRM MEMBER(SMFE14 xx )

METRIC

The value indicates the METRIC to use on views that allow modifiable metrics. The value overrides the default metric that is specified on the SMMSYS xx METRIC keyword. Views that allow modifiable metrics will show METRIC in the header section.

Default: SMMSYS METRIC keyword value

Valid values: BYTS, CYLS, TRKS

SETSRM METRIC(CYLS)

MGMTCLASS

The value is an eight-character management class name (as defined by SMS). This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets in the specified management class will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: Valid management class names; the management class does not have to exist.

Shortcut: MC

SETSRM MC(CLASS1)

MIGDS

The value indicates whether migrated data sets should be included in the display or not. This is used in the HSM related views.

Default: If not specified all data sets are displayed.

Valid values:

  • Y or YES indicates to include migrated data sets

  • N or NO indicates not to include migrated data sets

  • O or ONLY indicates to include only migrated data sets

SETSRM MIGDS(YES)

or

SETSRM MIGDS(ONLY)

MIGLEVEL

The value indicates whether data sets across all migration levels, only data sets at migration level 1, or only data sets at migration level 2 are displayed. This is used in the HSM related views.

Default: If not specified all data sets will be displayed.

Valid values:

  • A= indicates data sets across all migration levels.

  • 1= indicates data sets at migration level 1 will be displayed.

  • 2= indicates data sets at migration level 2 will be displayed.

SETSRM MIGLEVEL(A)

or

SETSRM MIGLEVEL(2)

MODE

The value is an eight-position literal of either REALTIME or HISTORY. This keyword is used in data set analysis reporting and determines whether the data set reporting initiates a VTOC Scan collection to populate the view, or is from a VTOC Scan collection data set already collected. If REALTIME is specified, subsequent views will initiate a VTOC scan collection and wait for it to complete prior to displaying data. If HISTORY is specified, or taken as a default, the TKN keyword is used to determine the VTOC Scan collection data set to use in the reporting.

Default: HISTORY

Valid values: either REALTIME or HISTORY

SETSRM MODE(REALTIME)

SETSRM MODE(HISTORY)

SETSRM MODE()

MSGID

This optional keyword displays the ARC message number.

Default: None

Valid values: eight-character ARC message number that can include mask values

Not applicable

MTSDSP

The value specifies the DFHSM Small Data Set Packing (SDSP) indicator that is used for reporting views.

Valid values:

  • Y = include data sets that have been migrated to SDSP data set
  • N = include data sets have not been migrated to SDSP data set

SETSRM MTSDSP(Y)

MULTIVOL

The value specifies whether a tape data set with a volume sequence number of 2 or more is selected.

Valid values:

  • Y = YES include multi-volume tapes
  • N = No do not include multi-volume tapes

SETSRM MULTIVOL(Y)

ORGSIZE

The value specifies the original size, in kilobytes, of the data set that was migrated or backed up by HSM.

Valid values: 0 – 2147483647

SETSRM ORGSIZE(39883)

ORGSIZE2

The value specifies the original size, in kilobytes, of the data set that was migrated or backed up by HSM.

Valid values: 0 – 2147483647

SETSRM ORGSIZE2(5439883)

ORGSIZEOP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with ORGSIZE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ORGSIZEOP(GT)

ORGSIZEOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with ORGSIZE2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM ORGSIZEOP2(LT)

PCTFREE

When this optional keyword is specified, only data sets with a free-space percentage that is equal to or greater than the value specified will be displayed. This value is the percentage of free space at HWM allocation time before free space was released by the RLSE command).

Default: None

Valid values: 1 to100

Not applicable

PCTFREELA

When this optional keyword is specified, only data sets with a free-space percentage in the primary allocation or last secondary extent that is equal to or greater than the value specified will be displayed. This value is the free space percentage in the primary allocation. If the data set did go into secondaries, this is the free space percentage in the last secondary extent.

Default: None

Valid values: 1 to 100

Not applicable

PCTUSED

The value is a three-digit allocation percent used. This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets with a percent used value less than the value entered will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: Whole numbers, zero through 100.

SETSRM PCTUSED(80)

or

SETSRM PCTUSED(100)

PCTUSED2

The value specifies the percentage utilization of a data set.

Valid values: 0 –100

SETSRM PCTUSED2(40)

PCTUSEDOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with PCTUSED keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM PCTUSEDOP(GT)

PCTUSEDOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with EXTENTS2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM PCTUSEDOP2(GT)

PERCENT

Specifies the percentage band used for the view. It is optional unless the view requires it.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data is used.

Valid values:

  • SCRATCH= Scratch tapes
  • 00 – 01= 0% to 1%
  • 01 – 10= 1% to 10%
  • 11 – 20= 11% to 20%
  • 21 – 30= 21% to 30%
  • 31 – 40= 31% to 40%
  • 41 – 50= 41% to 50%
  • 51 – 60= 51% to 60%
  • 61 – 70= 61% to 70%
  • 71 – 80= 71% to 80%
  • 81 – 90= 81% to 90%
  • 91 – 100= 91% to 100%

Shortcut: PCT

SETSRM PERCENT(21-30)

or

SETSRM PCT(91-100)

PHY

Value is a physical disk ID, which causes views to display resources associated with the physical disk when specified.

This keyword is used by numerous displays of configuration, performance, and space information.

The PHY keyword causes certain performance views to display resources associated with the physical disk when used in conjunction with GRPTYPE(PHY). See GRPTYP value of PHY.

Default: If you do not specify a value, resources for all physical disks are displayed.

Valid values: Valid physical disk IDs.

SETSRM PHY(01047-01-C0)

or

SETSRM PHY(02343-00100)

RC

The value is a two-digit return code value. This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets with a collection return code greater than the value entered will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: Whole numbers, 0 through 99

SETSRM RC(0)

RC2

The value specifies the data set collection return code for VTOC Scan.

Valid values: 0 – 99

SETSRM RC2(8)

RCFMSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with RECFMSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM RECFMSTROP(EQ)

RCOP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with RC keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM RCOP(LT)

RCOP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with RC2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM RCOP2(LT)

RECFM

This keyword is used for data set report filtering. The value indicates the type of data sets to display.

Valid values:

  • ESDS= VSAM entry sequential data set
  • RRDS= VSAM relative record data set
  • LDS= VSAM linear data set
  • KSDS= VSAM keyed sequential data set
  • PAGE= page data set
  • UCAT= catalog
  • VVDS= VSAM volume data set
  • U= undefined
  • F= fixed
  • FB= fixed Blocked
  • FBS= fixed Blocked Spanned
  • V= variable
  • VB= variable Blocked
  • VBS= variable Blocked Spanned

SETSRM RECFM(KSDS)

RECFMSTR

The value specifies a list of Record Format values separated by a comma.

Valid values:

  • ESDS= VSAM entry sequential data set
  • RRDS= VSAM relative record data set
  • LDS= VSAM linear data set
  • KSDS= VSAM keyed sequential data set
  • PAGE= Page data set
  • UCAT= Catalog
  • VVDS= VSAM volume data set
  • U= Undefined
  • F= Fixed
  • FB= Fixed Blocked
  • FBS= Fixed Blocked Spanned
  • V= Variable
  • VB= Variable Blocked
  • VBS= Variable Blocked Spanned

SETSRM RECFMSTR(F,FB,V,VBS)

RECID

This optional keyword specifies the scratch or search function to be executed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all functions are included.

Valid values:

  • ALLS= scratch tapes from all locations
  • ATL= scratch tapes from the automated tape library
  • DUP= search for duplicate volume serial numbers in the TCAT
  • HSM= scratch tapes from the Hierarchical Storage Manager
  • SDSN= specific data set name request
  • SVOL= specific VOLSER request
  • SVT1= scratch tapes from virtual tapes on Active MVC1 (STK only)
  • SVT2= scratch tapes from virtual tapes on Active MVC2 (STK only)
  • TCAT= scratch tapes from the tape management catalog
  • VTS= scratch tapes from the virtual tape system

SETSRM RECID(TCAT)

RESTYPE

The value indicates the type of resource to report on in data set analysis views. The value affects the subsequent data set analysis views until it is reset.

These views show data set statistics that encompass all data sets accessible from the system where the PAS/SVOS Started Task resides.

Default: The keyword is optional within system wide data set reporting and if not specified data set summaries for all resources is displayed.

Valid values:

  • A= display statistics for Applications
  • B= display statistics for Boxes
  • G= display statistics for group, pool, and subpool resources
  • H= display statistics for HLQs
  • I= display statistics for HLQs by group, pool, subpool
  • J= display statistics for HLQ by management class
  • K= display statistics for management class by HLQ
  • M= display statistics for SMS Management Classes
  • P= display statistics for Physical disks
  • S= display statistics for System summary
  • V= display statistics for Volumes

SETSRM RESTYPE(G)

or

SETSRM RESTYPE(H)

RETNCPY

This value specifies whether or not retained backup versions should be selected.

Valid values are: Y | YES | N | NO | O | ONLY

SETSRM RETNCPY(Y)

RVASF

The value is a 1- to 8-character frame name for RVA devices.

Not applicable

SCLSTR

The value specifies a list of SMS Storage class names or SMS Storage class name masks separated by a comma

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Valid values: Full storage class name or storage class name mask

SETSRM SCLSTR(stgcla,stclb,mystc /)

SCLSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with SCLSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM SCLSTROP(EQ)

SCRATCH

This optional keyword specifies whether volumes that are marked as scratch are to be included in the report.

Default: If you do not specify a value, scratch volumes are not included in the view.

Valid values:

  • Y= Yes (include scratch volumes)
  • N= No (do not include scratch volumes)

Shortcut: SCR

SETSRM SCRATCH(N)

or

SETSRM SCR(Y)

SECALLOCS

When this optional keyword is specified, only data sets with secondary allocations in the last allocation of the data set that are equal to or greater than the value specified will be displayed.

Default: None

Valid values: 1 to 100

Note: Enter 0 to return only data sets that did not go into secondary allocations.

Not applicable

SMSIND

This keyword specifies whether to include SMS data sets only or to include non-SMS data sets only.

Default: None

Valid values:

  • Y or YES indicates to include SMS data sets only.

  • N or NO indicates to include non-SMS data sets only.

SETSRM SMSIND(YES)

or

SETSRM SMSIND(NO)

STACKTAPE

The value specifies whether a tape data set with a file sequence number of 2 or more is selected.

Valid values:

  • Y= YES include stacked tapes
  • N= No do not include stacked tapes

SETSRM STACKTAPE(Y)

STGCLASS

The value is an eight-character storage class name (as defined by SMS). This keyword is used for data set report filtering. When specified, only data sets in the specified storage class will be displayed.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

Valid values: valid storage class names; the storage class does not have to exist.

Shortcut: SC

SETSRM SC(STGCL1)

SUBSYS

The value is a four-byte alpha-numeric subsystem ID.

Mask values are not supported.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all subsystems are assumed, unless the view requires a value.

Values must follow subsystem ID naming conventions as documented by IBM. The subsystem does not have to exist.

Shortcuts: SS, SSID

SETSRM SS(0A00)

SETSRM SSID(0102)

SYSID

The value is a four-byte system ID, which is used in the HSM views. SYSID limits data displayed to the system specified.

Default: If you do not specify a value, data from all systems is displayed.

Valid values: Must follow system naming conventions. The SYSID does not have to exist

Shortcut: SYS

SETSRM SYSID(SJSG)

SETSRM SYS(SYSI)

TAPELSTR

The value specifies a list of the tape data set location as determined by the tape management software or name masks separated by a comma.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Valid values: Full location name or location name mask.

Default: / (All)

SETSRM TAPELSTR( loc1,loc2,mylocl/)

TAPELSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with TAPELSTR keyword

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM TAPELSTROP(EQ)

TAPESCANID

This required keyword specifies the date and time stamp of the TAPESCAN to be used. Use the following format: .Dyymmdd.Thhmmss (note the leading period)

Default: None; if you do not specify a date and time stamp, the view request fails.

Shortcut: TS

SETSRM TAPESCANID(.D020919.T151833)

SETSRM TS(.D020826.T051618)

TIME

The value is a time of day in either of the following formats: hhmm or hh:mm

Default: If you do not specify a value, the TIME command END TIME of day value is used. If that is not specified, the current time is the default.

Valid values: Must be a valid time.

Usage: This is used in the historical space and performance components to provide navigation when a specific time interval is selected.

SETSRM TIME(2359)

SETSRM TIME(00:00)

TKN

The token value is either a two-position SMVSCF suffix value, a four-position VTOC Scan collection data set token number as appears on WBVTOC, or a complete data set name. This value is used to determine the VTOC Scan data set to use in satisfying data set view requests.

Default: If TKN is not specified, the master VTOC Scan file is used.

Valid values:

  • SMVSCF suffix. A SMVSCF member with the specified suffix does not have to exist. If specified, the most current VTOC scan collection file created from the member is used.

  • Data Set Token. The whole number identifying a VTOC scan collection data set. If specified the collection data set with the specified token number is used. This is a four position number. For example, 0001. Note that the master VTOC Scan collection file will always be assigned a token of 0001.

  • Data Set Name. The complete data set name of the VTOC Scan collection data set. If specified the data set is used.

Note: If the data set name is too long to fit on the COMMAND line, use either the four-character token value or the SETSRM VIEW to enter the data set name.

SETSRM TKN(00)

SETSRM TKN(0002)

SETSRM TKN(MVSRM71.VCAN.D053102.T110000)

TMS

This optional keyword specifies the tape management system to be used for the view.

Valid values:

  • C= CA-1 from CA Technologies
  • R= RMM from IBM
  • T= Control-T from BMC Software

Default: If you do not specify a value, processing includes all tape management systems that MainView SRM supports.

Note: If a tape scan was performed with only a value of 'T,' then only Control-T data is available to all views that use that tape scan database.

SETSRM TMS(T)

TODSN

Use this optional keyword to specify a data set name or mask at which to end.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the default is the last data set.

Valid values: Fully qualified data set name or data set name mask

SETSRM FROMDSN( my.data.set.name.aaa ) TODSN( my.data.set.xxx )

TOTVER

The value identifies the total number of HSM backup versions for the cataloged data set.

SETSRM TOTVER(4)

TOTVER2

The value identifies the total number of HSM backup versions for the cataloged data set.

SETSRM TOTVER2(8)

TOTVEROP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with TOTVER keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM TOTVEROP(GT)

TOTVEROP2

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with TOTVER2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM TOTVEROP2(LT)

TOVOL

Use this keyword to specify a volume serial or volume serial mask value. Standard MainView SRM masking characters apply. Use it in connection with FROMVOL to set a range of volumes on which to report.

Default: All volumes

Valid values: Must follow volume naming conventions; Volume does not have to exist.

SETSRM FROMVOL(WRK000) TOVOL(*)

SETSRM FROMVOL(AA*) TOVOL(BB*)

TPEVT

Use this optional keyword to specify a three byte-volume type.

Valid values:

  • MTV= Manual Tape Volume
  • MVC= Multi-Volume Cartridge
  • RTV= Real Tape Volume
  • VTV= Virtual Tape Volume
  • Default: If you do not specify a value, all volume types are included.

SETSRM TPEVT(VTV)

TREND

Specifies resource trending options. The TREND keyword indicates whether trending reporting is on or off, and whether trending should be done at the snapshot level.

Valid in performance and space views.

TRENDING ON causes the historical views to display information on a single resource over multiple collection intervals. The TIME command is used to determine the start and stop date/times of the interval. The single resource is indicated by another SETSRM keyword. For example, view PRVOL is invoked with trending ON. The VOLUME keyword of SETSRM then indicates the volume to trend. The TIME command indicates the time interval to cover. The resulting display contains one entry for each collection interval the volume was a part of. The display starts with the TIME command END DATE/TIME and proceeds backwards through time for the TIME command INTERVAL value.

TREND values of YES, ON, and SNAPSHOT indicate to display one line of data for each collection interval during the time span indicated by the TIME command.

TRENDING OFF displays data for all volumes for the time indicated by either the TIME command or the DATE/TIME SETSRM keywords.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the default is OFF.

Valid values: YES, Y, ON, SNAPSHOT, NO, N, OFF

Shortcut: TR

SETSRM TREND(YES)

SETSRM TR(SNAPSHOT)

TRKSA (PTF BPG7720 applied)

The value is a 10-digit allocation size in tracks.You can use this keyword to filter data set reports. If you specify the keyword, the report displays only data sets that are in the specified track allocation size.

Default: If you do not specify a value, the report displays all data sets.

Valid values: Whole numbers from 02147483647

SETSRM TRKSA (500)
TRKSA2 (PTF BPG7720 applied)

The value specifies the allocation size in tracks. Use this value with TRKSA, TRKSAOP, and TRKSAOP2 to specify a range of track allocations.

Valid values: 02147483647

SETSRM TKRSAOP(GT) TRKSA(10) TRKSAOP2(LT) TRKSA2(50)
TRKSAOP (PTF BPG7720 applied)

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with the TRKSA keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)
SETSRM TRKSAOP(GT)
TRKSAOP2 (PTF BPG7720 applied)

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with the TRKSA2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)
SETSRM TRKSAOP2(LT)

TXXFILL

Use this keyword to set selection flags, using each byte for a different selection, as follows:

  • Byte 1 is used to select SMF data or not.

    Valid values:

    • Y= use SMF data
    • N= do not use SMF data
  • Byte 2 is used to select that a detail view be displayed

    Valid value: D = generate a detail view

  • Byte 3 is used to determine if the detail view is for application group, volume, or library. This field applies only to detail views.

    Valid values:

    • A = detail view based on application group

    • V = detail view based on volume

    • L = detail view based on library

Defaults:

  • Byte 1– N
  • Byte 2– None
  • Byte 3– None

SETSRM T XX FILL(YDV) – produce a detail report on a single entry based on the volume and use SMF data

SETSRM TXXFILL(NNL) – produce a report for all library records (use T01 records)

TYPE

Specifies whether the GROUP keyword value is a pool, subpool, or storage group name

Possible values are: POOL, P, SUBPOOL, SP, STOGROUP, STORGRP, SG

Default: If you do not specify a value, the default is storage group.

Shortcut: T

SETSRM T(P) GROUP(WORKPOOL)

SETSRM TYPE(POOL) GROUP(APPLPOOL)

TYPEOP

This keyword specifies the comparison operator used with TYPE keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM TYPEOP(NE)

UCAT

This keyword is used for catalog statistics reporting. The keyword is used to obtain catalog information for uncataloged data sets.

Valid values: alphanumeric up to 44-bytes

Default: If you do not specify a value, the master catalog is used to determine the catalog containing the data set's information.

SETSRM UCAT(catname)

VOLMEDIA

Use this optional keyword to specifies a volume media. See also LIBTYPE.

Valid values:

  • A=automate tape library
  • V=virtual tape library
  • M=manual tape library

Default: If you do not specify a value, all volume media are used.

Shortcut: VM

SETSRM VOLMEDIA(A)

SETSRM VM(V)

VOLSEQZERO

The value specifies whether to include volume sequence zero records when processing the data to display in the view.

Valid values:

  • Y= YES include the data
  • N= No do not include the data

SETSRM VOLSEQZERO(Y)

VOLSTR

The value specifies a list of volumes or volume masks separated by a comma.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

Valid values: Full volume name or volume serial number mask.

SETSRM VOLSTR( myvol1,myvol /)

VOLSTR2

The value specifies a list of volumes or volume masks separated by a comma.

Valid values: Full volume name or volume serial number mask.

SETSRM VOLSTR2(myvol1,myvol/)

VOLSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with VOLSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM VOLSTROP(GT)

VOLSTROP2

The value specifies the comparison operator that is used with VOLSTR2 keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM VOLSTROP2(GT)

VOLTYPE

The value indicates the type of volume for reporting purposes. The volume type is used in the HSM-related views.

Default: If you do not specify a value, all volume types are displayed.

Valid values:

  • A indicates all volume types.

  • M indicates migration volume types

  • D indicates daily backup volume types

  • B indicates spill backup volume types

  • U indicates unassigned volume types

SETSRM VOLTYPE(M)

VOLUME

Use this optional keyword to specify a volume at which to start.

Valid values: volume serial number that follows volume naming conventions

Default: If you do not specify a value, all volumes are included.

Shortcut: VOL, VOLSER, V

SETSRM VOL(WORK01)

SETSRM V(HSM002)

VSCANTYPE

The value indicates whether a full or partial scan should be run to collect data for display. A partial scan can take less execution time, but it does not collect all metrics. Metrics that are not collected by a partial scan are displayed using statistics from the last available full scan.

Valid values:

  • FULL= Full scan
  • PART= Partial scan

Default: If you do not specify a value, a partial scan will run.

SETSRM VSCANTYPE(FULL)

VTSLIB

The value specifies whether a tape data set in a Virtual Tape Library is selected.

Valid values:

  • Y= YES include VTS tapes
  • N= No do not include VTS tapes

SETSRM VTSLIB(Y)

VTSNMSTR

The value filters on the name of a Virtual Tape Library. Multiple entries can be made, separated by a comma. Masking is also allowed.

This keyword accepts variable names coded in the SMVARSxx member.

SETSRM VTSNMSTR(LIBRY1,LBRY2)

VTSNMSTROP

The value specifies the comparison operator; use this with VTSNMSTR keyword.

Valid values:

  • EQ (Equal To)
  • LT (Less Than)
  • GT (Greater Than)
  • NE (Not Equal To)
  • LE (Less Than or Equal To)
  • GE (Greater Than or Equal To)

SETSRM VTSNMSTR(EQ)

XTNDADDR

The value indicates whether data sets should be displayed based on the extended addressability indication.

Valid values:

  • N= Display non-extended addressable data sets
  • Y= Display extended addressable data sets

Default: If you do not specify a value, all data sets are displayed.

SETSRM XTNDADDR(Y)







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