DUMP

This control statement copies SMF data from z/OS data sets or an alternate input source, to CA SMF Director history files, and creates an index entry to the SMF data for future reference. When the SMF data is from the z/OS SMF data sets, this product automatically clears these data sets for reuse after successfully copying the SMF data. This control statement can be used instead of specifying PARM=DUMP on the EXEC JCL statement invoking CA SMF Director.
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This control statement copies SMF data from z/OS data sets or an alternate input source, to CA SMF Director history files, and creates an index entry to the SMF data for future reference. When the SMF data is from the z/OS SMF data sets, this product automatically clears these data sets for reuse after successfully copying the SMF data. This control statement can be used instead of specifying PARM=DUMP on the EXEC JCL statement invoking CA SMF Director.
Statement Format:
DUMP
►►─ DUMP ─ . ─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────►◄
Sample DUMP Statement:
SOURCE DUMP(SMFDATA).   DUMP.
The previous example copies SMF data from a sequential data set to CA SMF Director history files.
DUMP statement output:
 CA                                              AUDIT TRAIL REPORT                          SMFD  CA SMF Director     12.7                                                            SYSA      20 MAY yyyy  15:42:05     SOURCE DUMP(SMFDATA).    CAF2800I  SOURCE OPTION SET     DUMP.    CAF2207I  SMF DATA WILL BE READ FROM FILE:  SMFDATA  DSN: PMA.DEVLTEST.SF16.SMFDATA1 ON VOLUME PMA003  CAF2218I  SMF DATA USING CONFIGURATION XE44 IS BEING PROCESSED  CAF2401I  PRIMARY DUMP IS TO  DISK VOLUME: PMA003  FILE: 0  DSN: PMA.DEVLTEST.MS052008.T1542I19  CAF2406I  XE44 SMF DATA WAS FROM 12/10/1997 AT  9:41:11 TO 12/10/1997 AT 10:29:59  CAF2406I  ALL SMF DATA WAS FROM 12/10/1997 AT  9:41:11 TO 12/10/1997 AT 10:29:59                                                     SUMMARY OF RECORDS COPIED                TYPE   AVGL   MAXL      TOTAL   ................................ SUBTYPE COUNTS ................................                14    321    848        2,825                15    301    326        1,985                17    100    100           24                18    144    144            2                21     72     72            4                23    134    134            1                26    404    413           34                30   1290  32732          896      1 -        70       2 -       148       3 -       304       4 -       303                                                   5 -        58       6 -        13                32    282    332           51      1 -        34       2 -        17                41    159    172            6      1 -         1       2 -         2                42    383  15172        4,429      1 -         1       2 -         8       5 -         2       6 -     4,418                50    114    114           13                55     58     58            1                57    116    116            1                58     42     42            1                60    498    663          129                61    482   5832           33                62    176    176           61                64    459    524          103                65    306    314           23                66    304    304            7                70   1396   1396            3      1 -         3                71   1308   1308            3      1 -         3                72    517   1040           75      1 -        75                73   5368   5368            3      1 -         3                74  16976  32744           75      1 -        24       5 -        51                75    264    264            9      1 -         9                78   6190  11240            6      2 -         3       3 -         3                80    256    256        3,690                89   1441   2140            3      1 -         2       2 -         1                90    164    164            1                92    212    212            1     11 -         1               100   1111   1794           16               101    830    830           10               102    850   1470            6               110    609   1178            3      2 -         3               115    553    660            6               116    420    420          148               118    128    128           46    118 -        46               128    163    163          713               133    239    840           69               187    117    685          258               189    856   2680            8      1 -         2       3 -         2       5 -         2    1025 -         2               248    156    156            1               252     87     87            1               254    164    196          963  54465 -       860   54467 -       103               255    433   1024           98      1 -        41       4 -        37       7 -         8      17 -         2                                                  23 -         8      25 -         2               ALL    436  32744       16,844
The following list gives an explanation of the fields that are contained in the Summary of Records Copied section of the report:
TYPE
SMF record type (numeric value 0-2047).
AVGL
Average record length of records for this type.
MAXL
Maximum record length of records for this type.
TOTAL
Number of records for this type successfully written.
SUBTYPE COUNTS
A list of SMF record subtypes and how many records for each subtype were successfully written. The first number that is shown is the numeric SMF record subtype, followed by the number of records. Counts for records with no subtype (zero) are not shown on the report. However, they are included in the total number of records.
ALL
Indicates the grand total line for all SMF record types.