Check the logging level for the jobs. Logging is specified on the SBMJOB
command or in the job description for the job. An example LOG(4 0 *SECLVL)
will always produce a job log regardless. You can use *NOLIST which should
only produce a job log if the job ends with a severity greater than 0. You
can also increase the severity replacing 0 with say 20 and the you will
only get a job log if the end severity is > 20. While not specifically
about reducing the number of job logs you can also specify LOGCLPGM(*YES)
which can assist in debugging a problem greatly.



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On 19 Dec 2015, at 11:24 AM, tim <iseriesstuff@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have been monitoring qezjoblog output. there are thousands of job logs
in there. many of the logs i see dont really show any errors other then
job completion. There are logs that have sev 40 for example, but after
further looking, they end of being decimal data errors that have the
"monitor" keyword around them so the rpg program doesnt bomb.

Is there a better way to reduce the amount of job logs without loosing
important information?
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