EREP Report Parameters

The following parameters are used to request reports from EREP:

Parameter Description
  • Produces a three-part event history report that lists errors in chronological order.
  • Shows how often errors occur and in what order.
  • Used to establish a pattern and identify problems.
  • No is the default value.
PRINT= AL | DR | NO | PS | PT | SD | SU
  • Produces a series of detail edit or summary reports, or both, for the selected record types.
  • The number of reports depends on the input and selection parameters.
  • AL – requests all the detail (PRINT) reports: detail edits of the records, detail
  • summaries, and, if applicable, data reduction reports.
  • DR – requests only data reduction reports.
  • NO – requests that no reports be generated at all.
  • PS – requests both detail edit and detail summary reports.
  • PT – requests only detail edit reports.
  • SD – requests detail summaries and data reduction reports. It’s the default value.
  • SU – requests only detail summary reports.
  • Produces a system exception report series covering processors, channels, DASD, optical, and tape subsystems.
  • No is the default value.
  • Produces a condensed two-part system summary report of all errors for the principal system elements:CPU, channels, storage, SCP, and the I/O subsystem.
  • No is the default value
  • Produces a summary of a 3410, 3420, and 8809 tape subsystem, including media statistics and permanent errors that exceed the limits set on the parameter.
  • xxx – The one-to-three digit decimal (leading zeros not required) threshold value for temporary read errors. Maximum value is 255.
  • yyy – The one-to-three digit decimal (leading zeros not required) threshold value for temporary write errors. Maximum value is 255.
  • Produces a two-part trends report that presents error records logged for the various system elements during a maximum of 30 days.
  • This report presents the errors in chronological order by Julian date.
  • No is the default value.

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