DCMT DISPLAY ID Command

The DCMT DISPLAY ID command displays outstanding DCMT operations.
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The DCMT DISPLAY ID command displays outstanding DCMT operations.
This article describes the following information:
Syntax
►►── DCMT ─┬───────────────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────────►            └─ 
broadcast-parms
 ─┘  ►─── Display ID ─┬────────────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────►◄                   ├─ 
dcmt-id
 ──────┤                   └─ 
dcmt-star-id
 ─┘
Parameters
Parameters are as follows:
  • broadcast-parms
    Indicates to execute the DCMT command on all or a list of data sharing group members.
    For more information about broadcasting and
    broadcast-parms
    syntax, see the section How to Broadcast System Tasks.
  • ID
    Identifies the DCMT operations to be displayed.
    If no identifier is specified, the status of all outstanding DCMT operations is displayed.
    • dcmt-id
      Specifies the identifier of the DCMT operation to be displayed.
    • dcmt-star-id
      Specifies that all DCMT operations whose identifier begins with the specified alphanumeric characters be displayed.
      Dcmt-star-id
      is a character string whose last character is an asterisk (*) that denotes a wild card character.
    In this example, displays all DCMT operations whose identifier begins with CUST:
    dcmt d id cust*
Usage
Outstanding DCMT Operations
The following DCMT commands can be assigned identifiers. These are the only DCMT operations that appear in the DCMT DISPLAY ID output.
  • DCMT VARY AREA
  • DCMT VARY SEGMENT
  • DCMT QUIESCE AREA/SEGMENT/DBNAME
Output
The following information is displayed for a DCMT operation:
  • The nodename on which the DCMT command executed. In a data sharing environment, this is the same as the member name of the originating node. In a non-data sharing environment this is the nodename of the current node.
  • The DCMT identifier assigned to the operation
  • A description of the operation
  • The status of the operation.
The following table describes the possible status values for a VARY area operation:
Status
Meaning
Initiating
The operation is initiating
Stop Upd
The vary operation is executing. No new update accesses are allowed to the area.
Stop Ret
The vary operation is executing. No new retrieval or update accesses are allowed to the area.
Deferred
The vary operation is waiting for conflicting tasks and user sessions to end
Processed
The vary operation has completed successfully and is terminating.
Terminating
The vary operation is terminating due to being cancelled by a DCMT VARY ID command.
The following table describes the possible status values for a QUIESCE operation:
Status
Meaning
Unknown
The operation is initiating
Quiesce aborted
The quiesce operation is in the process of terminating
Queisce ended
The quiesce operation has completed and is terminating
Quiesced
The quiesce point has been reached
Quiesced (Locl)
In a data sharing environment, the target areas have been quiesced locally
Quiesced (Gbl)
In a data sharing environment, the target areas have been quiesced globally. This status appears only on the originating node.
Quiescing
The target areas are being quiesced
Quiescing (Locl)
In a data sharing environment, the target areas are being quiesced locally
Quiescing (Gbl)
In a data sharing environment, the target areas are being quiesced globally. This status appears only on the originating node.
Example
DCMT DISPLAY ID
D ID -Origin-  -- ID --  ----------------- Command -----------------  --- Status ---- SYSTEM74  EMPBKP    QUIESCE SEGMENT EMPDEMO                      Quiesced