DCMT DISPLAY TIME Command

DCMT DISPLAY TIME displays information about DC/UCF time functions.
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DCMT DISPLAY TIME displays information about DC/UCF time functions.
The following topics are discussed on this page:
Syntax
►►─── DCMT ─┬───────────────────┬─────────────────────────────────────────────►             └─ 
broadcast-parms
 ─┘  ►─── Display TIme─┬─────────┬────────────────────────────────────────────────►◄                    └─ TAsks ─┘
Parameters
  • 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
     
    How to Broadcast System Tasks
    .
  • TIme
    Displays the time of day and intervals that are established for timed system functions.
  • TAsks
    Displays the task codes of all time-initiated tasks pending execution and the time and date on which each task is to be started.
    If you issue DCMT DISPLAY TIME, TAsks Does not display the information that you get.
Usage
About System Time
DCMT DISPLAY TIME displays the following system time information:
Field
Value
Current Time
Current time of day in the form
hh:mm:ss.ff
, where
hh
is hours that are based on a 24-hour clock,
mm
is minutes,
ss
is seconds, and
ff
is hundredths of a second.
Current Date
Current date in the form
yy/ddd
, where
yy
is the year and
ddd
is the day.
Startup Time
Start up time in the form
hh:mm:ss.ff
.
Startup Date
Start up date in the form
yy/ddd
.
Runaway Intv
The amount of time, in real-time seconds, that a task can run without doing any I/O, before it is considered a runaway task.
Stall
The number of real-time seconds a task can wait before being considered stalled.
Quiesce wait
The number of seconds that a task waits on a quiesce operation before being canceled. OFF specifies that tasks are not to be terminated due to quiesce waits. STALL INTERVAL specifies that the quiesce wait time for a task is the same as its stall interval.
Timer
The number of real-time seconds between ticks of the internal clock.
Recovery wait
The number of seconds that the system is to permit a task to wait for a resource to be recovered by a failed data sharing group member before abnormally terminating the task. NOT ALLOWED (or 0) directs the system to immediately cancel the task. FOREVER directs the system to permit a task to wait indefinitely.
Resource Intv
The number of real-time seconds that a task can wait for a resource before the resource timeout program is run.
Resource Prog
The name of the resource timeout program that runs if a task waits too long for a resource.
About Time-Initiated Tasks
DCMT DISPLAY TIME TASKS displays the following information for all time-initiated tasks pending execution:
Field
Value
TaskID
The task codes of all time initiated tasks pending execution
Time
The time at which each time initiated task begins execution, in the form
hh:mm:ss
Date
The date at which each time initiated task begins execution, in the form
yy:ddd
UserID
The internal user ID that is associated with the time-initiated task.
Example 
DCMT DISPLAY TIME
      D TIME       CURRENT TIME 03:48:18.86       CURRENT DATE 00/292       STARTUP TIME 03:45:18.02       STARTUP DATE 00/292       RUNAWAY INTV 00120         STALL INTV 03672       QUIESCE WAIT STALL INTERVAL         TIMER INTV 00001       RECOVERY WAIT NOT ALLOWED       RESOURCE INTV OFF       RESOURCE PROG RHDCBYE
DCMT DISPLAY TIME TASKS
      D TI TASKS TaskCD   Time     Date                 UserID SHUTMON  16:06:35 08/260  USERA01
 
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