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JOBMON
MAILMAN
NETMAN
WRITER
JAVA (the connector)
However, you can trace any executable program such as COMPOSER,
CONMAN and all the utilities stored in the Tivoli Workload Scheduler
/bin directory.
You cannot have more than one instance of a section for the same program.
If a program has no specific section, its trace configuration uses the
defaults in the [ _GLOBAL_ ] section. Details defined in the program
sections in almost all cases override the corresponding values in the [
_GLOBAL_ ] section (the exception is Product).
The program name is not case-sensitive. For example, you can write
Netman, NetMan, netman or NETMAN.
Note: On UNIX operating systems, JOBMAN and jobman are two separate
programs performing different functions. This means that on UNIX
operating systems, because of the case-insensitivity, if you set a trace
configuration section for either JOBMAN or jobman, both programs will be
traced using that section and therefore to the same segment. This is a
limitation that cannot be avoided at present.
Available keys (each key can be defined only once in each section):
Product
[ _GLOBAL_ ] only. Product identification string. Required.
Enabled
Specifies if the segment is enabled. If you change the enablement of a
segment by changing this value and saving the configuration file, you
must restart the product to make the change effective. If the segment in the
[ _GLOBAL_ ] section is not enabled, the entire tracing facility is disabled.
Enter "y" or "n".
Active Specifies whether tracing for the specific program is active. If the [
_GLOBAL_ ] section is not activated, the tracing for all programs without a
specific section is not activated. This value can be changed without
restarting the product by using the tracing command. Enter "y" or "n".
SegNum
Determines the segment number to use for tracing for a specific section.
More than one program can be defined for the same segment in different
sections. The SegNum specified in the [ _GLOBAL_ ] section is used by any
program that does not have a specific section defined. If you change the
segment number of a program by changing this value and saving the
configuration file, you must restart the product to make the change
effective. Enter any numeric value.
FilterFile
Specifies the file that contains the criteria for filtering components,
functions, or source files. The file is applied at segment level, so you
cannot specify different filter files for different programs that use the same
segment. This value can be changed without restarting the product by
using the tracing command. Enter the fully qualified file path.
Chapter 4. In-Flight Trace facility
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