There are 22 other files named sysdpy.hlp in the archive. Click here to see a list.
SYSDPY Help File - SYSDPY Version 4
SYSDPY commands do not echo. The program processes all commands
when you press the RETURN key. You can use the DELETE key and
^U on an unfinished command. Typing a space shows you the next
page of data. Three dashes mark the end of a display.
ANC Shows ARPANET connections.
ANH Shows ARPANET host status.
DN Shows DECNET status.
DV Shows busy devices.
EQ Shows ENQ/DEQ use.
IP Shows IPCF activity.
J Shows all selected jobs. (This is the default display.)
Jn Shows job n in detail, including JFNs and fork structures.
JTn Shows the job on terminal n in detail.
M Shows monitor status.
Qxx Shows the queues: A=all; B=batch; O=output; L=printer;
M=mount requests; R=retrieval requests; F=fast; D=detailed.
RE Shows system resources.
ST Shows structure status.
TT Shows terminal status.
General formatting commands:
Bdis Sets the number of blanks between columns to default value.
Bdis/n Sets the number of blanks between columns in a given
display to n.
Ccol/n Identifies the specified column as column n.
Ln Sets the number of lines of overlap between pages to n.
NCcol Removes the specified column from the display.
NT Suppresses title lines in the display.
S Shows the next page of data.
S-n Moves backward by n pages of data.
S+n Skips forward by n pages of data.
SIn Advances the the next page of data every n seconds.
Sn Shows the nth page of data.
T Shows title lines in the display.
When you display all selected jobs (the "J" command), conditions to be
met are ANDed together. Thus a job is shown only if it meets all of the
Commands for particular displays:
A Jn display: Advances to the next job that J would show.
DN display: Shows only the active links.
TT display: Shows only lines active in the last minute.
In Shows only the jobs which have run in the last n minutes.
m-n Shows a specified range of jobs.
n Shows a specified job number.
Nn Suppresses the display of a specified job number.
NA DN and TT displays: Cancels the "A" command.
NIn Shows only the jobs which have not run in the last n minutes.
Nm-n Suppresses the display of a specified range of jobs.
NO Suppresses the display of operator jobs. (This is the default
NPRxx/xx Shows only jobs not running the specified programs.
NUxx/xx Suppresses the display of the specified list of users.
O Includes operator jobs with all selected jobs ("J" command).
PRxx/xx Shows only jobs running the specified programs.
SFn Jn display: Skips the display of n forks.
SJn Jn display: Skips the display of n JFNs.
Uxx/xx Shows only the specified list of users, separated
by slashes. You can use wildcards. Jobs not logged in
are null names.
. Represents your own job number.
D Resets all parameters to SYSDPY's defaults.
E Exits from SYSDPY. Type CONTINUE to return.
EN! Enables you so that you can use your privileges.
Gname Searches PS:<self>SYSDPY.INI for ":name", then processes commands
until the next ":". The default name is SYSDPY. It executes
when the program starts.
H Types this help text.
HC Types a list of possible columns for display.
HCdis Types the columns for a particular type of display.
K.! Logs out your job.
KE Kills any EXEC after you give a PUSH command.
Kn! Logs our job n. If you specify this command on the Jn display,
the number can be missing.
NH Exits from the help text and returns you to the previous display.
P Pushes to a (possibly) new EXEC. Type POP to return.
R Retypes the current page of data.
RETURN Terminates a string of commands and updates the page.
Rn Retypes the page every n minutes.
SBn! Sets the scheduler bias control knob to n.
space Delimits commands when necessary. A space also functions like
the "S" command (shows the next page of data) if it is the first
character in the command string. In this case, you do not need to
terminate the command string by pressing RETURN.
Wn Waits n seconds between page updates. (The default is 10.)
Refer to the file SYSDPY.MEM for additional information.