|Command||filename.tcl-stack File/Access: General
Applicable release versions: AP
|Category||Access: General (65)|
|Description||keeps a record of all commands issued from TCL.
Normally, the item-id of the "tcl-stack" file is the "users" id. If a T option is included in the options attribute of the users item, the item-id of the tcl-stack is the line number of the process logged on. This option is available on 6.2 releases and higher.
A "users item" must be created in the "users" file prior to any user logging on to the system. However, "tcl-stack" items are created automatically when the user executes the first command from TCL.
Each and every unique command typed in at the TCL prompt character (:) is saved as an attribute in the "tcl-stack" file. Having unlimited item size means that there is no limit to size of the items in the tcl-stack. Therefore, the file size should be monitored by the System Administrator.
Because the "tcl-stack" file is on the "dm" account, it should be saved ("t-dumped") prior to an operating system upgrade.