Monitoring Batch Jobs with JES2
This course describes the JES2 command syntax and provides numerous examples explaining the scenarios in which JES2 commands are used. After an initial overview of commonly used JES2 commands, modules focus on the commands used for displaying printer, initiator, and batch job attributes and status.
Operators and systems programmers requiring knowledge about the monitoring of batch jobs on a JES2 system
Basic knowledge of the z/OS system
After completing this course, the student will be able to identify how to monitor batch job related activity by using JES2.
JES2 Command Format
Enter JES2 Commands in the Correct Format at the Console
Overview and Syntax of JES2 Commands
Recognize All the JES2 Console Commands and State Their Purpose
$A, $B, $C, $D, $E, $F, $G, $H, $I, $L, $M, $N, $O, $P, $R, $S, $T, $Z
JES2 Printer and Initiator Display Commands
Printer, Initiator, and Spool Display
Monitoring Batch Jobs with JES2 Commands
JES2 Job Processing Messages
JES2 Job Display Commands $DQ, $DF, $DA, $DJ
Monitoring Batch Jobs with JES2 Mastery Test
This course is part of
the IBM Open Badge Program
JES2 Monitoring & Management
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