5.20.5 Sample Utility Output

Sample 1:

Print map of an AWS tape file.

D:\Hercules>tapemap G:\MVS\TAPE\38321A.AWS

Hercules tape map program Version 3.0.7

(c)Copyright 1999-2009 by Roger Bowler, Jan Jaeger, and others

File 1: Blocks=614, block size min=800, max=800

File 2: Blocks=38, block size min=6272, max=6272

File 3: Blocks=90, block size min=160, max=800

File 4: Blocks=29, block size min=720, max=800

File 5: Blocks=113, block size min=80, max=800

File 6: Blocks=1581, block size min=800, max=800

File 7: Blocks=597, block size min=160, max=800

File 8: Blocks=181, block size min=320, max=800

File 9: Blocks=126, block size min=640, max=640

File 10: Blocks=11, block size min=560, max=800

File 11: Blocks=512, block size min=800, max=800

File 12: Blocks=0, block size min=0, max=0

End of tape.

Figure 54: TAPEMAP utility output (map AWS tape file)

5.21 TAPESPLT (Split an AWS tape file)

5.21.1 Function

The TAPESPLT utility allows it to split an AWSTAPE file into a new AWSTAPE file. The number of the
files to be copied defines the split point.

5.21.2 Syntax


TAPESPLT infile outfile count


Êʬ¬¬ TAPESPLT ¬¬¬ infile ¬¬¬ outfile ¬¬¬ count ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ÊÍ

5.21.3 Parameter


The name of the input AWSTAPE disk file.


The name of the output AWSTAPE disk file.


The number of files that have to be copied to the output file.

5.21.4 Examples

Example 1:

Copy the first three files from AWSTAPE file TOLDTAP.AWS to the new AWSTAPE file TNEWTAP.AWS.


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