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asked mar September 7, 2014 01:33 PM  

What is SDSF?


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answered By Mswami   0  

The System Display and Search Facility (SDSF) feature of IBM mainframes running z/OS allows users and administrators to be able to view and control various aspects of the mainframe's operation and system resources. Batch job output, status of running Unix processes, system information, workload scheduling,External device monitoring such as printers,initiators .

SDSF is primarily used to access the batch and system log files and *****1.

SDSF provides a powerful and secure way to monitor and manage your z/OS sysplex, in both JES2 and JES3 environments.

SDSF's easy-to-use interface lets you control:

  • Jobs and output

  • Devices, such as printers, readers, lines, and spool offloaders

  • Checks from IBM Health Checker for z/OS.

  • System resources, such as WLM scheduling environments, the members of your MAS, and JES job classes

  • System log and action messages.

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