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Displays accounting information for the logon account and group. Any user may obtain REPORT information about the user's logon group. You must have account manager (AM) capability to issue the command for an entire account; or System Manager (SM) capability to issue the command for the entire system. (CM)
groupset Specifies the accounts and groups for which information is to be listed. The permissible entries, some of which use "wild card" characters, and their capability requirements account manager (AM) and/or System Manager (SM) are listed below. group Reports on the specified group in the logon account. This is the default for standard users, who may specify only their logon group. @ Reports on all groups in the logon account. This is the default for account managers, but may be executed by users with AM or SM capability. group.acct Reports on the specified group in the specified account. This requires SM capability. @.acct Reports on all groups in the specified account. This requires AM capability (if it is the logon account) or SM capability for any account. @.@ Reports on all groups in all accounts. This is the default for system managers and requires SM capability. group.@ Reports on specified group in any account. This requires SM capability. You may use wild card characters, @, #, and ? to specify a set of names. @ Specifies zero or more alphanumeric characters. Used by itself, it specifies all possible combinations of such characters. Used with other characters it indicates all the possible names that include the specified characters (@ABC@ = all names that include ABC anywhere in the name). # Specifies one numeric character. A###@ = all names that begin with A followed by any three digits, followed by any combination of zero to three alphanumeric characters). ? Specifies one alphanumeric character. A?# = all the character names that begin with A, followed by an alphanumeric, followed by a digit. The characters may be used as follows n@ Report on all groups starting with the character "n". @n Report on all groups ending with the character "n". n@x Report on all groups starting with the character "n" and ending with the character "x". n##...# Report on all groups starting with the character "n" followed by as many digits as there are # marks (7 maximum here). ?n@ Report on all groups whose second character is "n". n? Report on all two-character groups starting with the character "n". ?n Report on all two-character groups ending with the character "n". These characters, when placed appropriately in the groupset parameter, may also be used to report on accounts. listfile Actual file designator of the output file to which information is to be written. The default is $STDLIST, but output may be redirected with a FILE equation as follows FILE LIST1;DEV=LP REPORT, *LIST1 volumesetname Instructs MPE/iX to report accounting information for the specified volume set. If you omit the parameter, the request is issued for the home volume set of the user's logon group and account. Refer to "OPERATION".
The REPORT command displays the total resource usage logged against accounts and groups, and the limits on those resources. For the standard user, data will be displayed for their own group(s) only; an account manager may specify all groups in their account; the system manager may specify any or all groups in any or all accounts. The information includes usage counts and limits for permanent file space (in sectors), CPU time (in seconds), and session connect-time (in minutes). The file space usage count reflects the number of sectors used at the time the REPORT command is issued. Note that it does not account for disc space taken up by root, account, and group directory files, any directories and/or files that are not descended from an MPE/iX account, label tables, transaction management logs and other internal system objects. CPU time and connect time usage appear as they were immediately before the beginning of the current session. CPU-time and connect-time contain non-zero values only when the MPE/iX system volume set is specified (either in the ONVS= parameter or by default when ONVS= is not used.) CPU-time and connect-time are displayed as zero for non-system volume sets. If ONVS= is used, file space counts are displayed for the specified volume set(s) only. If a non-system volume is specified, all other volume names are also displayed, but their file space counts are displayed as zero even though they may not be zero. If data for the MPE/iX system volume set is requested (either with or without the ONVS= parameter), file space counts are displayed for all volume sets (both system and non=system). However, the account total display reflects only file space in the MPE/iX system volume set. Caution ONVS= should always be used when @.@ is used as the groupset parameter. MPE/iX uses a new naming convention for volume sets. As a convenience to established Hewlett-Packard users, MPE/iX will, however, accept the naming convention that was used for MPE V/E private volumes. Refer to the VSRESERVE or VSRELEASE commands. For information on migrating files from MPE V/E private volumes to MPE/iX mountable volume sets, please refer to the chapter on "DIRMIG" in the Migration Process Guide (30367- 90007). This command may be issued from a session, job, program, or in BREAK. Pressing [Break] aborts the execution of this command.
If you specify volume-related commands or parameters for a volume set that is not currently mounted, or for an account that does not exist, MPE/iX will return a corresponding error message
To obtain accounting information for your group, enter the REPORT command. Accounting information will be displayed the way the REPORT of the SOPRM account is shown here REPORT @.SOPRM ACCOUNT FILESPACE-SECTORS CPU-SECONDS CONNECT-MINUTES /GROUP COUNT LIMIT COUNT LIMIT COUNT LIMIT SOPRM 99004 ** 99057 ** 88407 ** /GLOSSARY 1068 ** 542 ** 656 ** /PUB 182 ** 123 ** 1155 ** /SECT1 180 ** 85 ** 429 ** /SECT10 11779 ** 25271 ** 9716 ** /SECT2 390 ** 4123 ** 5302 ** /SECT3 10675 ** 8176 ** 13116 ** /SECT4 2372 ** 225 ** 294 ** /SECT5 46579 ** 27218 ** 25744 ** /SECT6 6008 ** 9324 ** 6638 ** /SECT7 4748 ** 8303 ** 13263 ** /SECT8 1957 ** 6348 ** 3997 ** /SECT9 3195 ** 4570 ** 4213 **
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