PURGE 3. A file that has been spooled to another user's reaaer cannot be ourqed unless it is first reclaimed via the TRANSFER command.
nnnn} FILES PURGED NO indi=ates the number of files purged. It is not displayed if you
issued the CP SET IMSG OFF command.
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QUERY G and all classes except Any use the 81ass G command to determine your system status and machine c)nfiquration by requesting: The time you have used during a terminal session. The number of closed input and output spool files associated with
your virtual machine. The current settinqs of the SET command functions. The current settings of the TEFMINAL command functions. The status of all the devices on your virtual machine. The channel operating mode of your virtual
block-multiplexer or selector.
machine, whether A listing of all users who are linked to a given virtual address,
together with their device addresses and access modes. Identification and attributes associated with your virtual printer,
punch, and reader spool files. 5 The identification of your virtual processor. The m)de of processor operation for your virtual machine whether
uniprocessor mode (UP) or attached processor mode (AP). There are other operands you can use with the QUERY command if you
have the privilege class required to use them. These are described in
the Also, if you are a CMS user, you can use
the CMS QUERY command to query the status of your CMS virtual machine.
Note: Use the NETWORK QUERY command to query 3704/3705 resources and
remote 3270 devices attached to a 2701 or 2703 or to a 3704/3705 in EP For ease )f use, the QUERY command and operands described in this
section have been separated into the operands available for general
users G) and those available to all users except class Any.
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