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Nope, it is set like this:
Job log output . . . . : *JOBEND
On 2/16/2023 1:50 PM, Mark Waterbury wrote:
What is the system value QLOGOUTPUT set to?
(I am going to guess it is sent to "*PND" ...)
On Thursday, February 16, 2023 at 01:39:40 PM EST, Rich Loeber <rich@xxxxxxxxx><mailto:rich@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That just tells me to check job queues (done) output queues (done) and active jobs (done). I see about 30 jobs in output queues, no jobs in job queues and a few hundred jobs active. Is there another category of active jobs that I'm missing.
Even stranger, I IPLd the system and the high number persists following the IPL.
On 2/16/2023 1:33 PM, Mark Waterbury wrote:
In that WRKSYSSTS display screen, put the cursor right on top of that number of jobs (11918) and press F1=Help. It will tell you what those are all about ...
Mark S. Waterbury
On Thursday, February 16, 2023 at 01:29:54 PM EST, Rich Loeber <rich@xxxxxxxxx><mailto:rich@xxxxxxxxx><mailto:rich@xxxxxxxxx><mailto:rich@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm running a test partition on a system and there are only 2 or 3 users. When I run WRKSYSSTS, I sometimes see an unusually high number of jobs in the system. Right now it is showing 11918. I see no more than a few hundred jobs running in WRKACTJOB, there are a few spool files in some output queues and no jobs in any job queues. So .... where are all those jobs?
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