• Subject: Re: how to clear 'future' dates in QHST log? (due to y2ktesting)
  • From: "David Prowak" <prowakd@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 7 May 1998 09:49:25 -0400

To view old QHST files, how about:
      1:        Use WRKOBJ in PDM to view all QHST* in QSYS.
        Each object will have a beginning and ending date & time stamp
        in the text description for the object.
            Identify the time period that you want to look at.
      2:   Use DSPLOG and specify the specific QHST file that you want to
look at.
        You can always use OUTPUT(*PRINT) to send the data to a spool file.
        Once in a spool file, you always do a FIND for a job name, or 
message.....
HTH,
Dave
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> From: Carl Galgano <cgalgano@ediconsulting.com>
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject: RE: how to clear 'future' dates in QHST log? (due to y2ktesting)
> Date: Thursday, May 07, 1998 9:00 AM
> 
> While we are on the subject of QHST, I know the QHST log is peridically
> renamed and saved in QSYS and that the cleanup routine will get rid of
> these, however besides using DSPPFM to view them, is there a "proper" way
> to view these old QHST files?
> Carl
> 
> At 12:38 AM 5/7/98 -0500, you wrote:
> >Try WRKOBJ QSYS/QHST* *FILE and deleting all the QHST files.
> >
> >
> >
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> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From:      Liu Kean Keong [SMTP:LiuKeanKeong@hlbb.hongleong.com.my]
> >> Sent:      Thursday, May 07, 1998 12:48 AM
> >> To:        'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
> >> Subject:   how to clear 'future' dates in QHST log? (due to y2k
> >> testing)
> >> 
> >> Someone set the system date of one of our machine to 31Dec1999 to test
> >> out Y2K programs but upon resetting the date back to the present, the
> >> system history log is now cluttered with those 1999 log entries. And
> >> because the dsplog is sorted in date order, it is bit confusing to
> >> look
> >> at.
> >> Any idea on how we can clear these up from the system history log? 
> >> (The QHST object is a message queue but can't seem to use the normal
> >> message queue commands on it.)
> >> Thanks.
> >> KKLiu
> >> 
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