Display System Activity

Home Up Search Credits Site Map Contact Info. Links Disclaimer Download

Display System Activity

Purpose:  Use the DISPLAY JOBS, J, A, or TS command to display information about current system activity. 

  {A|TS } |,{ALL|A}


JOBS, J, A, or TS

The system is to display the following overview information about system activity:

Number of active batch jobs

Number of started tasks (MOUNT commands in execution are treated as started tasks)

Number of logged-on time-sharing users

Number or logged-on time-sharing users running under TSO/VTAM

The maximum number of time-sharing users allowed to be logged on under TSO/VTAM

Number of active system address spaces


The system is to display detailed information for active jobs and started tasks (JOBS or J), logged-on time-sharing users (TS), or all (A).

ALL or A

The system is to display more detailed information for active jobs and started tasks, logged-on time-sharing users.

L=a, cc, cca, name, or name-a

Specifies the display area (a) where the display will be presented. For cc, you must specify a decimal number from 1 to 99.

If you omit this operand, the display is presented in the first available display area or the message area of the console through which you enter the command (unless routing instructions are in effect; see the description of the MSGRT command in this chapter).

The information on this site is the combined effort of a lot of people, please credit the authors if you use their information.
Please read the Disclaimer page for the restrictions, copyright, and other uses of the information contained on this site.
For problems or questions regarding this web contact Bob.
Last updated: August 28, 2001.