Console Operator Commands

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ACF2
lets you enter a subset of console operator commands while under the ACF command.
Example: Initiate a backup of CA ACF2 databases
As a system administrator, you notice that there is an issue with your system which may cause it to go down. You know that the automatic backup process is defined, but you want to initiate a backup before the system goes down. 
F ACF2,BACKUP
This example initiates the backup of the
ACF2
databases from any CPU console.
The following lists the command syntax and description of console operator commands you can perform at an operator console:
  • F ACF2,BACKUP
    Initiates backup of
    ACF2
    databases.
  • F ACF2,CACHE(option)
    Activate and apply changes to the cache facility.
    Options:
    DEMAND|NODEMAND HELP MONITOR|NOMONITOR START STATUS STOP SYNCRESET
  • F ACF2,CACHESYN(START|STOP)
    Start or stop the cache synchronization process.
  • F ACF2,CIA(START|STOP|DISC|RECON)
    Start and stop CIA real-time updates. Disconnect and reconnect to the CIA log stream.
  • F ACF2,CHRDEBG(0|1|2|3|4)
    Activate debugging facility to analyze the CHORUS STATG gathering function. Values are:
    • 0
      Turn of all debugging.
    • 1,2,3
      Gather trace activity of the TCPIP calls from slightly detailed (1) to extremely detailed (3).
    • 4
      Write debugging messages in the syslog. Write the STATG records in a pre-created and initialized (edited) data set.
      ACF2.CHORUS.DATA PS,LRECL=140,BLKSIZE= 7000
  • F ACF2,CHRSTAT(START|STOP)
    Start or Stop the STATG CHORUS process to gather and send statistic data to
    ACF2
    .
  • F ACF2,CPF(START|STOP)[SYSID(systemid)]
    Start or stop the
    ACF2
    Command Propagation Facility. The SYSID parameter cannot be masked. A dash or an asterisk that is specified in the SYSID is treated as literal values and not as masking characters.
  • F ACF2,DDB(START|STOP)
    Reactivate and deactivate the distributed database.
  • F ACF2,LDS(ACTIVE|NOACTIVE),LDAPNODE(LDAP.xxxxxxxx)
    Activate or deactivate the specified LDS LDAP node.
  • F ACF2,LDS(REMOVE),[LDAPNODE(LDAP.xxxxxxxx)],[UNTIL(date)]
  • F ACF2,LDS(JOURNAL|NOJOURNAL)
    Start or stop LDS journal processing.
  • F ACF2,MLS
    Rebuilds multi-level security (MLS) classification tables.
  • F ACF2,LDS(START|STOP),[SYSID(systemid)]
    Start or stop
    ACF2
    LDS. The SYSID parameter cannot be masked. A dash or an asterisk that is specified in the SYSID is treated as literal values and not as masking characters.
  • F ACF2,LDS(DEBUG|NODEBUG),LDAPNODE(LDAP.xxxxxxxx)
    Enable or disable the DEBUG trace option for the specified LDS LDAP node.
  • F ACF2,NEWMOD(ACFFDR)
    Reloads the ACFFDR.
  • F ACF2,NEWMOD(ACF00SVA)
    Reloads the module that services SVC-S.
  • F ACF2,NEWMOD(ACF9C000)
    Reloads the
    ACF2
    SAF processor module.
  • F ACF2,NEWMOD(ACF99SVC)
    Reloads the module that services SVC-S.
  • F ACF2,NEWMOD(MACPCxxx)
    Reloads a CA-MAC PC routine.
  • F ACF2,NEWMOD(SAFxxxxx)
    Reloads requested SAF module.
  • F ACF2,NEWUID
    Rebuild LID/UID XREF table.
  • F ACF2,NODE(nodeid),Active|Inactive
    Activate and deactivate nodes.
  • F ACF2,OMVS()
    Rebuild OpenEdition MVS tables.
    Options:
    • CERTDATA
    • CSFKEYS
    • DCE
    • GID
    • KERB
    • KERBLINK
    • KEYRING
    • LINUX
    • LNOTES
    • NDS
    • UID
    • XCSFKEY
  • F ACF2,OMVS(EMAIL)
    Rebuild the email table.
  • F ACF2,NOMLACTIVE
    Deactivate Multilevel Security.
  • F ACF2,LMPCHECK
    Have CA LMP verify the LMP execution keys.
  • F ACF2,NEWSHIFT
    Reload resident shift matrix tables.
  • F ACF2,NEWXREF[,TYPE(RGP|SGP)]
    Rebuild input resource and source cross-reference tables.
  • F ACF2,REBUILD(typecode)[,CLASS(class)]
    Rebuild the directory of the resident infostorage rule directories.
    CLASS Options:
    • CLASS(P)
      PROFILE
    • CLASS(S)
      SCOPE
    • CLASS(r)
      RESOURCE
    • CLASS(E)
      ENTRY SOURCE
    • CLASS(F)
      EXPRESSION
    • CLASS(F)
      RECORD
  • F ACF2,REFRESH(recid,…,recid|ALL)[,SYSID(sysid)] [,CLASS(class)][,TYPE(type)]
    Apply changes dynamically to GSO records. The SYSID parameter cannot be masked. A dash or an asterisk that is specified in the SYSID is treated as literal values and not as masking characters.
  • F ACF2,RELOAD(ruleid)
    Reload resident data set access rule sets.
  • F ACF2,RESET (logonid)
    Reduce the password violation count for specified logonid.
  • F ACF2,RESETPWP(logonid)
    Reset password phrase violation count for specified logonid.
  • F ACF2,SETCLASS(class)
    Set the current infostorage class.
  • F ACF2,SETNORUL(jobname|ALL)
    Reset and clear the locally resident rule chain in user's address space.
  • F ACF2,SETSYS(sysid)
    Specifies the ID of the system. The SYSID parameter cannot be masked. A dash or an asterisk that is specified in the SYSID is treated as literal values and not as masking characters.
  • F ACF2,SETTYPE(type)
    Set the current infostorage type.
  • F ACF2,SHOWCLASS
    Display the current infostorage class at console.
  • F ACF2,SHOWGSO
    Display the current GSO trace option at console.
  • F ACF2,SHOWSEBE
    Display the distributed database session block info.
  • F ACF2,SHOWSYS
    Display the startup and current SYSIDs at console.
  • F ACF2,SHOWTYPE
    Display the current infostorage type at console.
  • F ACF2,STATS(START|STOP)
    Start or stop
    ACF2
    STATS gathering.
  • F ACF2,SWITCH(DDSN list name)
    Switches the databases as defined in the ACFFDR from the active DDSN to database specified by the user. This command must be executed from the MVS console. This command must be executed from the MVS console. Issuing this modify command may result in the
    ACF2
    databases becoming out of synch.
  • F ACF2,SYSPLEX(START|STOP|CLEAR|SWITCH)
    Start, stop, or clear the
    ACF2
    Coupling Facility or switch C.F. structures.
  • F ACF2,TRACEGO(option)
    Set the destination of trace records for GSO events.
    Options:
    • ALL
    • CONSOLE
    • SECURITY
    • SMF
    • SYSLOG
  • P ACF2
    Stop
    ACF2
  • S ACF2[,00E][,PARM=’option’]
    Start
    ACF2
    with specified optional parameters.
    Options:
    • >BACKUP|NOBACKUP
    • COMMAND(string)
    • DDSN(dsngroup)
    • NOCPF
    • NOLDS
    • NOMLACTIVE
    • NOSTATS
    • SYSID(systemid)
    • TRACEGO(destination)
  • CASF DISPLAY(APPL|POE|USER|GROUP|SECLABEL)
    Display the Signed_On_From list for LU.
  • CASF SIGNOFF APPL POE USER (GROUP|SECLABEL)
    Remove the user from Signed_On_From list.
The following lists the command syntax and description of the Distributed Database (DDB) commands you can perform at an operator console:
  • F ACF2,DDB(START)
    Reactive DDB after it has stopped.
  • F ACF2,DDB(STOP)
    Deactivate DDB support without affecting
    ACF2
    .
  • F ACF2,NODE(modeid),Active
    Place the individual logical node into service.
  • F ACF2,NODE(nodeid),Inactive
    Remove the individual logical node or suspend from service.
The following lists the command syntax and description of the SECTRACE commands you can perform at an operator console:
  • SecTrace {ENable|DISable|DELete|[D|DISPlay]},ID=trapid|ALL
    Activate, deactive, remove, and display the SECTRACE.
  • SecTrace{[SET|T]MODify|F]},ID=trapid|ALL [,TYPE=SAF|SAFP] [,ASID,=nn] [,JOBname=mask] [,USERid=mask] [,NZERO|ZERO] [,RB=mask] [,ProGraM=mask] [,RETcode=nn] [,RSNcode=nn] [,ENable|DISAble] [,ACTION=IGNORE|TRACE] [,TRACE=[PRE|BEFORE][POST|AFTER][ALL]] [,MATCHLIM=0|nn] [,DEST=[CONSOLE|JOBLOG|SMF|SYSLOG|TSOUSER| ALL]|DATASET] [,CONSid=nn] [,DSName=dsn] [,TSoUser=id] [,LINELEN=nn] [,Member=name] [,ForMaT=[DUMP|LABEL|NOPACK|PACK]] [,MSGid|NOMSGid] [,WAIT|NOWAIT] {END|CANCEL}
    Trap Identification:
    • TYPE Group
    • TRACING Group
    • ENVIRONS Group
    • STATUS Group
    • EVENTS Group
    • ROUTE TO Group
    • Other Operands
  • F ACF2,NODE(nodeid),Active
    Place the individual logical node into service
  • F ACF2,NODE(nodeid),Inactive
    Remove the individual logical node or suspend from service.