How to list users/client application connected to LServ.
This information may be necessary if a recycle of L-Serv is needed.
Release: All Common Services-for z/OS
Use the following L-Serv command to list userids and client applications with an active session:
F LSERV,DISPLAY >session
The will display messages:
LDM0141I - CA-L-Serv Sessions ------ Server ------
LDM0142I Client System File SQL Commserver
LDM0143I LSVHHOST SYS001 X
LDM0143I USER001 SYS001 X
LDM0143I USER002 SYS001 X
LDM0143I USER003 SYS001 X
LDM0143I USER002B SYS001 X
LDM143I messages display the internal sessions active for a CA-L-Serv region.
Client Users and Jobs are considered as client from LServ side.
- LSVHHOST is the CA-L-Serv active
- USER001, USER002 and USER003 are userid.
- USER002A is a Batch.
System System machine on which CA-L-Serv is running
File File Server activity, an 'X' indicates the file server is currently in use by the Client
SQL SQL Server activity, an 'X' indicates the SQL server is currently in use by the Client
Commserver Communication Server activity, an 'X' indicates the Communication server is currently in use by the Client
LSERV is part of CA Common Services. See the CA-L-Serv section of CA Common Service Administrating