DCMT DISPLAY SNAP Command

DCMT DISPLAY SNAP displays the current status (enabled or disabled) of system and task snap dumps and of system and task snap photos. Additionally, the status of any program or task level dynamic snap settings is displayed.
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DCMT DISPLAY SNAP displays the current status (enabled or disabled) of system and task snap dumps and of system and task snap photos. Additionally, the status of any program or task level dynamic snap settings is displayed.
Syntax
►►─── DCMT ─┬───────────────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────────►             └─ 
broadcast-parms
 ─┘  ►─── Display SNAP ───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────►◄
Parameter
  • 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.
Example
DCMT DISPLAY SNAP
D SNAPS             *** DISPLAY SNAP REQUEST ***      SYSTEM SNAP STATUS IS OFF (DISABLED)      SYSTEM SNAP PHOTO STATUS IS OFF (DISABLED)      TASK SNAP STATUS IS OFF (DISABLED)      TASK SNAP PHOTO STATUS IS OFF (DISABLED) Snap Overrides Pgm/Task   Type   Limit   Task   Task Photo   System   System Photo JBC1       ASM       12     x        x ADSOMAIN   ASM        3                          x RHDCD0EV   ASM                       x           x          x JBCABORT   ADS        3     x                               x JBCTASK2   TSK      999     x
DCMT DISPLAY SNAP With No Overrides Found
      D SNAPS             *** DISPLAY SNAP REQUEST ***      SYSTEM SNAP STATUS IS ON (ENABLED)      SYSTEM SNAP PHOTO STATUS IS ON (ENABLED)      TASK SNAP STATUS IS ON (ENABLED)      TASK SNAP PHOTO STATUS IS ON (ENABLED) No Program/Task Overrides Found
More Information
  • For more information about changing snap options, see DCMT VARY PROGRAM and DCMT VARY TASK.
  • For more information about reading dumps, see the
    Navigational DML Administrating section
    .
  • For more information about how the system logs errors, see the
    System Reference section
    .