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  • 1.  "CCONFIG" COMMAND

    Posted 05-21-2018 10:51 AM
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    We are using Sysview v15.0.

    How do I change the LOGGER-NAME, which is specified in the "CCONFIG" command?



  • 2.  Re: "CCONFIG" COMMAND
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    Posted 05-22-2018 10:14 AM
    The value for the option "LOGGER-NAME" cannot be dynamically
    set or changed from the CCONFIG command while the
    SYSVIEW for CICS data collector is active.
    If must be modified in the SVWCOPTS parmlib member.
    The CICS data collector can then be restarted.
    A RESTART line command can be issued from the CICSLIST command.
    Option  : LOGGER-NAME                                          
    Default : CICSLOGR                                             
                                                                   
    Change  : This option can only be set during initialization    
              via the SVWCOPTS parmlib member.                     
                                                                   
    The CICS data collector will create SMF records that can be    
    logged for historical purposes. The records are created        
    via scheduled intervals and on specific events.                
                                                                   
    Since the logging of data typically can include I/O and        
    potential waits, the data is sent to a CICSLOGR task executing
    in the SYSVIEW Main Services Address Space or Auxiliary Address
    Space.                                                         
                                                                   
    Multiple CICSLOGR tasks can be defined and executing to        
    process data. The "LOGGER-NAME" option specifies the task ID   
    of the CICSLOGR task to be used.                               
                                                                   
    Multiple CICS address space can use a common CICSLOGR task.   


  • 3.  Re: "CCONFIG" COMMAND

    Posted 05-22-2018 10:50 AM

    Obrigado pelos esclarecimentos Todd.