The CA IDMS ARCHIVE LOG and PRINT LOG commands have the following PAGE STATUS lines at the start of the report:
*** PAGE 007100002 STATUS 0000 090219 06.49.17 6 S
*** PAGE 007107178 STATUS 0000 091419 12.49.18 6 L
*** PAGE 007110767 STATUS 0000 092019 16.49.18 6 L
*** PAGE 007112560 STATUS 0000 083019 04.49.07 6 S
*** PAGE 007113458 STATUS 0000 083119 16.49.07 6 S
*** PAGE 007113906 STATUS 0000 090119 12.49.16 6 S
What is the meaning of the information in these lines?
Release : 19.0
Component : CA IDMS/DB
The PAGE STATUS lines printed at the start of the ARCHIVE LOG and PRINT LOG have always been there, they are not new to 19.0.
These messages contain debugging information which relate to the pages read from the log area. There's usually no need to be concerned with the information in these messages.
The STATUS is an IDMS error status and would normally be 0000 unless there was a problem reading a page from the log area.
If the STATUS is 0000 then the date and time of the first log record in the page is printed.
Following the time is the record type and status, these correspond to the fields in the #LGRDS dsect.
In the above example, '6' means it's a statistics record.
The status field that follows means:
S SAVED (CAN BE RE-USED), the record has already been archived
L LOGGED (NOT_YET_SAVED), the record has not yet been archived