MONITOR command: SNA Communications Server Interface
- System administrator
- Monitors the SNA Communications Server Interface
MONITOR [VTAM] [[EVERY] n]
Where: n is the number of seconds Model 204 waits after completing a display before beginning the next display.
MONITOR VTAM MONITOR VTAM EVERY 20
This variation of the MONITOR command provides usage statistics for the SNA Communications Server full screen interface. These statistics can be used to tune the Model 204 parameters associated with the interfaces and also to tune the use of the access methods' I/O buffers.
The MONITOR SNA Communications Server command produces the following information:
Number of input buffer waits
Number of write waits
Active input buffers
Active output buffers
Number of terminals in output buffer wait queue
For the SNA Communications Server Interface, the input buffer activity is controlled by the actual number of input buffers established by the TERMBUF parameter. Write waits and queue congestions might indicate that you need to increase the number of SNA Communications Server I/O buffers.