With the WRKJRNA (work with journal attributes) command, you can see which journal receiver is currently attached to the journal, and which files or other objects are journaled (via the F19 key).
Then, you’ll have the infomation you’ll need to determine what type of changes you want to make to your journaling, such as whether you want the system to manage the receivers or if you want to manually do so and whether you want to continue journaling certain objects or not.
To end journaling for a specifc file, use the ENDJRNPF command. The system will need an exclusive lock on the file to end jounaling, so if other programs are running which use that file, you will need to wait until those jobs end. Depending on your applications, usually a good time for this would be after users are signed off of the system and before any nightly batch jobs start running.
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