What are meaning of the flags displayed for the command DISPLAY XPLAT for CA Scheduler?

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Question: 

What are meaning of the flags displayed for the  command DISPLAY XPLAT for CA Scheduler? 

 

Answer: 

The DISPLAY XPLAT flags are intended for use by Computer Associates technical support personnel to help diagnose problems with cross-platform jobs. In general, the flags mean:

CA Scheduler is trying to establish a session with the node. CAICCI indicates that the node is reachable.

ERRCA Scheduler is trying to establish a session with the node. CAICCI indicates that the node is unreachable.
124CA Scheduler is established a session with the node.
8CA Scheduler has received feedback from the node.
0CA Scheduler is about to verify that the node is still available.
UPDThe information about this node, such as the date and time stamp of the last event, has changed. The information is about to be updated in the tracking file.
DELAn XPLAT DEL= command has been issued for this node.
ADDA new node has been discovered and is about to be written to the tracking file.
OBTThis node was discovered since the last restart of CA Scheduler by submitting a job to it.
SYNCAn XPLAT SYNC= command has been issued for this node. CA Scheduler is waiting for the node to respond.