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Command Center - TmonMvs Useful Screens and Commands

This article explains instructions for TMON screen section : starting and stopping and screen commands.

To Begin

The process begins, by re-assigning the c.:onsole address (901) to TmonMvs and assigning the lognnid "Tmonmvs"to be automatically logged on 10 TmonMvs. Omegamon will still be active at the console address 80S, found in the machine room.

Once TmonMvs is started the first screen 10 appear will be the "Job Execution Monitor".

Starting, Stopping

s trnonmvs Starts the Tmonmvs task

p trnonmvs Stops the Tmonmvs task

Reconnecting the Tmon Session

If the Tmon session gets logged off or disconnected. Enter the command:

ftrnonmvs,iniP.uuu Where uuu is the console address. Example: ftrnonmvs,init=901

Useful Screens and Commands

• Job Bxe ution

This will allow the operators to keep track of jobs executing on the system and the impact they have. By placing the cursor at a specific job and hit enter, will bring up the "Detail Menu", which will allow one to analyze the job more specifically.

From the "Job Execution Monitor", hitting twice, will return you to the Main Menu.

• Logical Partition Summary: (From the main menu, Enter: l for Activity Monitor, then 3 for System Activity Monitor and then 9 ) This gives a picture of the activity for each partition. This shows whether logical partitioning matches the physical partitioning of each Lpar. By placing the cursor at an !par and hit enter will display a more detailed picture.

• Cpu Activity Display: (From the main menu, Enter: 1 for Activity Monitor,then 3 for System Activity Monitor and then I) This shows how busy the processors are, and describes the mix of work and 110 activity currently executing.

• Logical Swap Activity: (From the main menu, Enter:1 for Activity Monitor, then 3 for System Activity Monitor and then 3 ) Displays the logical swap effectiveness information and related memory and paging data.

• Real Storage Activity: (From the main menu, Enter: I for Activity Monitor, then 3 for System Activity Monitor and then 4) Displays important memory allocation and paging activity statistics. It also describes where real storage is being allocated (whether to common or private areas), and whether there is excessive demand for pages below the 16M line.

• Dasd Activity Monitor: (From the main menu, Enter: I for Activity Monitor,then 6 for UO Monitor and then 1 ) Displays the performance statistics for all the real DASD in your configuration regardless of its hardware addresses. Placing the cursor on a specific device, brings up a "Detail Menu", which will allow more detailed analyses of the device.

• Chpid Activity Monitor: (From the main menu. Enter: I for Activity Monitor, then 6 for UO Monitor and then 3) Displays the status and utilization of all channel paths. It allows you to investigate the percent busy for all channel paths. Placing the cursor on a specific gives a detailed look at that Chpid.

• Console Summary Display: {From the main menu, Enter: 6 on the command line Utilities, then I for System Services, then 5) This lists the consoles that have been defined to the system. The console id, status, type, and device number for each console are displayed. You can select any active display console (with a valid device number) to view detailed information about the system being monitored by the console. Once the console is displayed, one can entered Zlos or Jes2 commands at the bottom of the screen.




Keywords:MIDNIGHT 3RD SCREEN COMMAND IBM MONITOR OPERATIONS Startup   Doc ID:52630
Owner:Ron B.Group:University of Chicago
Created:2015-06-16 03:34 CSTUpdated:2016-12-08 10:10 CST
Sites:University of Chicago, University of Chicago - Sandbox
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