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Description IOF writes "VIOF" messages to SYSLOG when it cancels or changes jobs or output. What do the "VIOF" messages mean and when are they written?
 
Background IOF uses the JES2 subsystem interface to cancel or modify jobs or job output whenever a subsystem function is available. IOF issues a JES2 command when a subsystem function is not available. The JES2 command and response is displayed in SYSLOG, but JES2 subsystem functions are not logged. So IOF writes a "VIOF" message whenever it changes a job via the subsystem interface in order to log the changes it made.


 

Answer The VIOF messages listed below are currently being written from IOF.
Number---Meaning--------Other variables in message---------------------
VIOF621  Cancel job     User, jobname, jobid, CN JB
VIOF622  Release job    User, jobname, jobid, RL JB
VIOF642  Modify group   User, jobname, jobid, MD GP attribute value
VIOF683  Release sysout User, jobname, jobid, RL DA OCL class
VIOF686  Modify held SO User, jobname, jobid, MD DA attribute value

 
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