Is there a command that will show if Dynam D, T, or FI is active in a partition?

Document ID:  TEC485194
Last Modified Date:  11/14/2016
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Products

  • CA CIS for z/VSE
  • CA Dynam/D Disk Management for z/VSE
  • CA Dynam/FI File Independence
  • CA Dynam/T for z/VM
  • CA Dynam/T Tape Management for z/VSE
  • CA Dynam FastVTOC

Releases

  • CA Dynam/D Disk Management for z/VSE:Release:7.1
  • CA Dynam/FI File Independence:Release:7.1
  • CA Dynam FastVTOC:Release:7.1
  • CA CIS for z/VSE:Release:1.4

Components

  • CA Dynam Family for z/VSE:DYNDVS
  • CA Dynam Family for z/VSE:DYNFVS
  • CA Dynam Family for z/VSE:DYNTVS
  • CA Dynam Family for z/VSE:DYNVS

Question:

The operator SET DYNAM D OFF in a partition and never turned it on. This caused other Dynam controlled jobs to fail. Is there a query command that will show if Dynam is active in static partitions?

Answer:

 

Use the AR command DYN STATUS

Sample output

  dyn status 
  AR 0015 CADC304I CA-DYNAM/T  IS ACTIVE - GENLEVEL=710809TD710 
  AR 0015 CADC304I CA-DYNAM/D  IS ACTIVE - GENLEVEL=710809DD710 
  AR 0015 CADC304I CA-DYNAM/FI IS ACTIVE - GENLEVEL=710809FD710 
  AR 0015 CADC304I CA-DYNAM/D  IS DISABLED IN PARTITION=BG 
  AR 0015 CADC304I CA-DYNAM/T  IS DISABLED IN PARTITION=BG 
  AR 0015 CADS323I COMMAND SUCCESSFULLY PROCESSED 

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