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Help text for GALAXY-10 LOGOUT
The format of the KJOB command is:
The switches are:
/*BATCH The /BATCH switch will insure the job is under the
logged-out quota. If the job is over quota, a
file-deletion algorithm will be executed to get him
under quota. For batch jobs, /BATCH will always be
enforced, even if the user explicitly types the
/FAST switch. This is the only switch that will
ever cause files to be deleted.
/*DISCONNECT The use of this switch will cause LOGOUT to
disconnect the terminal line (hangup a dataset,
terminate a NRT or LAT connection, etc.).
/FAST If this switch is used, LOGOUT will attempt to log
the job off with as little processing as possible.
If the user is not over quota on any structure, the
job will be immediately logged off. If the user is
over quota on a structure, LOGOUT will recompute the
disk usage on that structure, and if it is still
over quota, a message will be issued, and LOGOUT
will exit. For timesharing jobs, /FAST is the
/*HELP:keyword Type help on the terminal. Keywords are: SWITCHES
- type only the switches; TEXT - type this text
/MESSAGE:keyword Set the verbosity level of messages output.
Keywords are: ADDRESS - type out address where
message occurs; CONTINUATION - type out
continuation text if any exists; FIRST - type out
first line of message; PREFIX - type out six
character message prefix.
/*NOMESSAGE This switch inhibits printing of the standard LOGOUT
message. It does not inhibit the printing of error
or warning messages.
/[NO]OPTION:option Scan DSK:SWITCH.INI[,]/PHYSICAL for lines begining
with KJOB:option or LOGOUT:option for switches.
/[NO]PHYSICAL:yesno Ignore logical device names on indirect command file
Switches of the form /*xxxxxx are unique to one character. The asterisk
is NOT part of the switch name. All "standard" SCAN switches not listed
above will be ignored.
Switch argument formats:
option A sixbit word of alphanumerics.
yesno Switch arguments may wither be NO, YES, 0 (no), or 1
(yes). In addition, the switch name may be preceded
by NO to negate its action (e.g. /NOxxxxxx instead