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The DSK command prints disk usage figures for all disk I/O
performed since the last DSK command, followed by the total
amount of disk I/O performed since the job was started. Disk
usage is printed in the following format:
Where: i and j are the incremental number of 128-word blocks
read and written since the last DSK command.
m and n are the total number of 128-word blocks read
and written since the job started.
i and j are kept modulo 4096. If you enabled
automatic READ or WRITE output, using the SET
WATCH command, i and j are usually zero,
because SET WATCH resets these values. CTRL/T
also resets these values.
Where: job is the number of the job for which you want the
disk usage. This argument is optional. If you include
the job number in the command string, only the total
statistics (m and n above) are printed.
If the job-number is omitted, the system prints the
disk usage figures for your job.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Does not destroy your core image.
Print the disk usage values for your job.
Print the total disk usage values for job 50.