EDS Maintenance Processor
FIGURE 39. KEBMAINT LOAD Command (continued)
//* //* EPILOG LOADLIB
//* //* EPILOG EDS VSAM CLUSTER
//RKEIEDS DD //* //* PARMLIBS //RKANPAR DD //* //* SEQUENTIA
DISP=SHR,DSN=-RHILEV- L SMF DATA FILE
//* //* EPILOG MESSAGES
//* //* EPILOG CONTROL
LOAD GROUP 2 AND RESOURCE
* LOAD GRP(2) SDATE(01/02/97.) EDATE(0 LOAD RALL SDATE(01/02/97) EDATE(01/0 /*
DATA COLLECTED ON FEBRUARY 18
The sample job first uses IFASMFDP to extract the SMF records that KEBMAINT is interested in—record type 199 on February 18. You can let KEBMAINT look through all of the SMF data for February, but it is more efficient to trim the volume down first by using IFASMFDP.
KEBMAINT then LOADs degradation data for group 2 and all the resource records for the day. If you want all the EPILOG data (that is, all PSB groups and resource data), you can enter the following:
LOAD SDATE(01/02/97) EDATE(01/02/97)
Normally, you use the LOAD command to specify which types of data to include in the EPILOG datastore. Adding the keyword EXCLUDE reverses the meaning of LOAD so that all data is LOADed except that which the LOAD command indicates.
By default, KEBMAINT expects to find EPILOG records under SMF record ID 199. You can override this default with the SMF keyword:
LOAD GRP(2) SMF(195) SDATE(01/02/97 EDATE(01/02/97)
With multiple LOAD commands, you can specify all the different types of data that you want to LOAD. The actual LOAD processing does not occur until KEBMAINT finds an END command or end-of-file on RKEI2IN.