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<dd>This new command displays the total number, the current usage and the maximum number of each IODEV type.
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<dd>Displays the total number, the current usage and the maximum number of each IODEV type.
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==Syntax==
 
==Syntax==
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If the Model 204 parameters include telnet threads (TNDEV parameter), the specified IODEV will actually execute as a daemon thread (SDAEMDEV parameter). For that reason, both the telnet and daemon IODEVs will be incremented and the telnet IODEV will appear with an appended '*'.  
 
If the Model 204 parameters include telnet threads (TNDEV parameter), the specified IODEV will actually execute as a daemon thread (SDAEMDEV parameter). For that reason, both the telnet and daemon IODEVs will be incremented and the telnet IODEV will appear with an appended '*'.  
  
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Latest revision as of 23:57, 25 January 2022

Summary

Privileges
Any user
Function
Displays the total number, the current usage and the maximum number of each IODEV type.
Introduced
M204 7.8

Syntax

M IODEV

Iodev  Total  Active ( % )  Maximum ( % )                                
    1      1       1  100%        1  100%                                
    7    300     100   33%      150   50%                                
   11      4       0    0%        1   25%                                
   15    500      50   10%       80   16%                                
   25      1       0    0%        0    0%                                
   27     10       0    0%        0    0%                                
   29     10       1    10%       1    10%                                
   51      5       0    0%        0    0%
   21*             1              1

Usage Notes

If the Model 204 parameters include telnet threads (TNDEV parameter), the specified IODEV will actually execute as a daemon thread (SDAEMDEV parameter). For that reason, both the telnet and daemon IODEVs will be incremented and the telnet IODEV will appear with an appended '*'.