How can I know how many job logs are generated in one day?

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AS/400 jobs
Now our system only save one day job log. But it is different to check the job error after one day.
So we want to change to seven days job log. But we afraid the DSPJOBTBL would touch the max.
How can we know how many job log generated on one day? And how we can analysis the possible DSPJOBTBL count after I change saving job log to seven?


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If you have the PRTF QPJOBLOG go to a specific OUTQ that nothing else goes to, you can get q count of the number of entries in the queue to know how many jobs completed each day. Remember that a job can created multiple entries, so you count shoul be by data / job number

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  • pdraebel
    Assuming every job creates a joblog, counting the number of jobs per day would be a good indicator of how many Job Tables would be necessary. Use a DSPLOG of message Id's CPF1164 and CPF1124. You may need to adjust the QMAXJOB system value.
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  • ToddN2000
    If all jobs create a log then DSPLOG QHST for the start and end of each day. Get the starting job number and the last job number the do the math to figure the number of jobs run for that day.
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  • Splat
    Use the Change cleanup options from the Cleanup Tasks (CLEANUP) menu to increase the retention of job logs.
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