Max active jobs in a subsystem using an AS/400 command

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Can i find the max active jobs in a subsystem using an AS400 command
ASKED: January 27, 2009  11:20 AM
UPDATED: March 6, 2009  2:23 PM

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Hi,

You can use DSPSBSD – this will take you to a menu allowing you to select option 1, which shows max active jobs for the subsystem. If you want to retrieve this, you can DSPSBSD to a spooled file and retrieve the value from there.

There’s probably an API to allow you to do this easier.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

User WRKSBS, then F11.

Don Kennedy

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  • JohnsonMumbai
    Can i get the number of currenlty active jobs in a subsystem.? using an AS400 command.
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  • harisudhan21
    Just a wrkactjob sbs(sbs name ) should show how many jobs are active.
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  • Gilly400
    Hi, The question was about the max active jobs for a subsystem, not how many jobs are currently active in the subsystem. Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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