operation
field valug ggig LOGPASS loqon password STORAGE virtual machine
storage size MAXSTOR maximum virtual
machine storage
size PRIVLEGE privilege classes PRIORITY dispatching
priority
EDITCHAR logical editing
symbols IPL - s-Jste..m ----RalIl.e-_---DI -
virtual device
address
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An eight-byte, left-justified value
padded with blanks.
An eight-byte, left-justified decimal
value followed by the letter K. Pad with blanks following the
letter K.
An eight-byte, left-justified decimal
value followed by the letter K.
pad with blanks following the
letter K.
An eight-byte value where each byte
represents a privilege class. Valid values for each byte are
A through H. All existing classes
in the directory entry are
replacedo Therefore, specify
existing classes that are to be
retained as well as classes that
are to be changed. The data
must be left-justified and
padded with blanks.
An eight-byte, left-justified
value where the first two bytes,
counting from the left, specify
the dispatching priority. Valid values for these bytes are 1 -99. Values 1 through 9 must be
padded with a blank. The other
six bytes are reserved for IBM
use.
An eight-byte value where the first
four bytes, counting from the left,
are line edit symbols. The first
or high-order byte is the "line­
end" symbo 1, the se cond byte is the "line-delete" symbol, the third
byte is the "character-delete"
symbol, and the fourth byte is
the "escape-character" symbol.
All existing symbols in the
directory are replaced.
Therefore, specify existinq symbols
that are to be retained as well
as symbols that are to be
changed. Unspecified symbols
must contain blanks. The last
four bytes of the e igh t-byte
value are reserved for IBM use.
_ A- character value,
left-justified and padded with
blanks. Part 2. Control Program (CP) 207
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operation
field va!.!:!g ACCOUNT account number IACCOUNT account number TACCOUNT account number DISTRIB distribution
identification
word OPTIONS user options MDISK minidisk address,
access mode, read
password, write
password, and
multiple password
A one-to-eight character value,
left justified and padded with
blanks. (This change takes effect
the next time the USERID is logged on.)
A one-to-eight character value left-justified and padded with blanks. (This change takes effect
immediately. )
A one-to-eight character value,
left-justified and padded with
blanks. (This change takes effect
immediately but is temporary,
lasting only until the USERID is logged of f.)
A one-to-eight character value,
left-justified and padded
with blanks.
An eighty-byte, value. padded with blanks. Specify each option as a character string
with a blank character between
options. For a description of
each option and a list of valid
values, see Planning_gn! Guide.
All existing options are
replaced in the directory entry.
Therefore, specify existing
options that are to be retained
as well as options that are to be changed. The options field
must be followed by the value X'FFFFFFFF'. A thirty-byte field defined as
follows. All values must be left
justified and padded with blanks. Valid values for the access mode
and for passwords are defined in
the Syste!!! Qeneratism Guigg ..
Bytes 1-3, counting from the left,
specify a minidisk address. This
is the minidisk whose mode and
passwords will be changed. The
address must already exist in
the directory entry.
Bytes 4-6 specify the access mode.
Bytes 7-14 specify the read
password. 208 IBM VM/370 System Guide
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