pdm_logfile--Change stdlog Cutover Size

pdm_logfile lets you change your stdlog.x cutover size. The cutover can occur after a specified number of bytes are written. On UNIX, this value is reset with each pdm_init. On Windows, the settings are retained with each pdm_halt and pdm_init.
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pdm_logfile lets you change your stdlog.
x
cutover size. The cutover can occur after a specified number of bytes are written. On UNIX, this value is reset with each pdm_init. On Windows, the settings are retained with each pdm_halt and pdm_init.
Syntax
This command has the following format:
pdm_logfile [-L|-h]
or
pdm_logfile [-g -h] [-b bytes]
Example
To change your stdlog.
x
files to cutover at 500,000 bytes, issue the following command:
pdm_logfile -f STD -b 500000
-L
Creates a listing of current cutovers.
-q
Runs pdm_logfile in quiet mode.
-b bytes
Specifies the number of bytes written before cutover occurs.
Restrictions
You can run pdm_load while CA SDM is active, but performance can become very slow. It is best to run pdm_load when no one is using CA SDM.
On UNIX, the LIBPATH must be set before running several CA SDM utilities. Use
 pdm_task
 to set the LIBPATH before running a utility. For example, input "pdm_task pdm_clean_attachments ...".