ALLOCC (JANUS DEFINE parameter)
Allocate buffers when a connection is established
ALLOCC is a parameter on JANUS DEFINE, which defines and sets characteristics of a Janus port.
This parameter indicates that input, output and request buffers are to be allocated when a connection is established and are to be freed when the connection is closed. If ALLOCC is not specified, all necessary buffers are allocated when the JANUS START command is executed and are kept until the port is stopped, after a JANUS DRAIN or JANUS FORCE command. All buffers are allocated above the line using space reserved by SPCORE. See Storage requirements for details about allocation requirements.
Valid for all port types.