MVS and JES2 Commands. MVS Commands Cheat Sheet. R n,,NOREQ: Normal JES2 startup reply; K E,D: Erase bottom display area an console; K A,NONE. a “quick reference” to JES2 commands. Who This Book Is For. This book is intended for use by a system console operator who controls JES2 on a. Jobs 6 – 15 OS/VS2JCL. Operator’s Library: OSjVS2 MVS System Commands. Operator’s Library: OSjVS2 MVS JES2 Command. Language Reference Summary.
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Where J nnnn is the job name. Displays information about the devices attached to the operators remote, where nnnn is the operators remote number. For devsubstitute one of the comand. After the slash, the output groups process mode must match the devices process mode, but if you specify more than one mode, JES does not prioritize them.
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When the small jobs complete, the operator can resume printing the large job. Where dev is the device to interrupt.
After the slash, the limit is preferred but not necessary. If a job is being read, it finishes being read and then enters the execution queue on hold. Where nnnn can be a single job number to place that job on hold or a range of job numbers to place a series of jobs on hold. LOCAL to route the output to the host computer.
JES2 commands for RJE
You can specify up to 4 readers, 4 punches, comand 7 printers, depending on the number and type of devices supported at your remote. The information contained within is based on the following:. Tells the system whether to print or punch separator banner and trailer pages or lines at the beginning and end of each job.
If a job is awaiting commanr, punch, or execution, it remains in that state until it is released. LIM limit Before the slash, the amount of output generated by an output group must be within the limits set for the device.
Specifies the work selection criteria to determine which jobs will be allowed to print on a device and in what order. Displays information about the job s named DATA. Where type is the type of output to route, nnnn is the number of the job to route, and yy is the destination of the routed output. Displays the forms queue for the remote.
Backspaces punch 1 five cards. Logically Backspace A Device. Suppresses JES2 translation of lowercase characters and control characters. The default class is A for printers and B for punches. Releases only jobs and Operators can use this option to write output to a computer disk. JES displays the status of any jobs submitted from the remote that issued the command, regardless of the output’s destination.
RD n to cancel reader n. Places all jobs ranging from to on hold. Commands used to display information about the system, devices, or jobs in the system. Removes forms from printer 1s work selection, which means all forms can print.
Restart Jobs Failed Sys. Displays information about a job or a range of jobs under the operators jurisdiction. This command terminates current printing or punching and re-queues the print or punch output. Allows jobs routed to remote Rx to print at either Rx or Rywhichever is available first. The second operand gives the number of pages or cards to forward space or tells the device to forward space to the end of the current data set.
F forms Before the slash, the forms specification of the output group and output device must match. Where dev is the device. RJE devices readers, printers, and punches are operands in many of the commands. This section lists the most commonly used JES2 remote commands.
Where dev identifies the device.