>Does any body know of a way to get subsystem name we run some rf equipment
>and the easy way to distinguish these would be by the subsystem


You need to read the job log and look for the message that tells you "JOB
STARTED IN SUBSYSTEM...."

There are 2 varieties of this message:  1 if your job was submitted to a
Queue and runs in the subsystem to which it's attached; 2 if your job
starts and is transferred (XFRJOB) to another subsystem.

You have to read the job message queue in reverse to spot these messages.
One piece of information tells what subsystem the job started in.

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com


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