Detailed Description and Symptoms
***NOTE: The following are instructions for managing your z/OS agent and should be verified and approved by your z/OS administrator or your authorized z/OS support organization. Automic Support is not responsible for the results of the following or for administration of z/OS systems.
Checking to see if your z/OS agent is running
Go to SDSF Go to DA Type in:
If nothing appears, your agent is not running.
If your agent is running, you will see the started task in the list:
P <started task name>
Checking your agent log
Go to ISPF Go to 3.4 Type in the Dsname level info (for example, automic.automic800A*):
Go to the left of automic.automic800A.UCXJM25.INI and type in:
Go to the left of the file in here (something like AUTOMICTASK) and type in:
Look at the logging= setting. If it is commented out, the information will be in the started task.
Otherwise, take a look at the name (something like automic.automic800A.WORK.LOG##).
In your command prompt, type (this may depend on your set up but is going to the Data Set List Utility):
Type in the Dsname Level of your log file (something like automic.automic800A.WORK.*):
Go to the left of the log file and type:
Hit Enter and Enter again to bring up the log file.