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The SCHED command prints the schedule bits set by the operator.
You can obtain this information before you log in to determine
the use of the system (for example, regular timesharing or batch
jobs only). The schedule bits are as follows:
0000 Regular timesharing.
0001 No further LOGINS allowed except from CTY.
0002 No further LOGINS from remote terminals,
and no answering of data sets.
0004 Batch jobs only.
0010 No remote terminals.
0100 Device mounts can be done without operator
0200 Unspooling allowed.
0400 No operator coverage.
1000 No automatic downline loading of nodes.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Does not require that you be logged in.
1. Regular timesharing.
2. No operator coverage.
3. No LOGINs allowed from local or remote terminals and data
sets are not answered.
4. Regular timesharing, but no operator coverage. Device mounts
can be accomplished without operator intervention.