tcl.list-logoffs Verb: Access/TCL

tcl.list-logoffs

Command tcl.list-logoffs Verb: Access/TCL
Applicable release versions: AP
Category TCL (746)
Description produces a report showing the history of logoffs recorded in the "dm,errors," file, along with who logged off and the status of the logged off port.
Syntax
Options
Example
:list-logoffs

logoff user     logged off line     errors          type      lvl
============== ================= ============= ============== ===
50 danny ba     79 jane ba        basic ws bad  normal logoff  0
03/19/92 22:51

50 danny ba     61 joe qa         basic ws bad  normal logoff  0
03/19/92 22:50

50 danny ba     41 jon ba         basic ws bad  normal logoff  0
03/19/92 22:50

50 danny ba     36 rhb ba         glk tbl bad   normal logoff  0
03/19/92 22:50

57 sm ba        84 ch ba          child.pcb.err reinitialized  0
03/19/92 15:37                    ovf stack bad

6 rob ba2       47 rob ba2        basic ws bad  normal logoff  0
03/19/92 12:40

Legend:

"logoff user" is the port.number, user-id, and account name of the 
user that logged  off the other port.  Beneath is the date and time they logged 
off the other port.

"logged off line" is the port.number, user-id and account name of the 
user that got logged off.

"errors" is the current workspace condition of the port (user) that 
got logged off. There may be more than one error condition and may include:

"no errors, pbufbeg fid bad, lcl glk tbl bad, fopen table bad,  basic ws 
bad, ibbeg fid bad, ovf stack bad, sws bad, fid bad,  db table bad, dcb bad, 
scb bad, pcb bad, pcb links bad, pcb bad fid, child.pcb err".

"type" is the type of logoff command performed:

 normal logoff
 reinitialized
 did not respond

"lvl" is the current push-level of the port that got logged off.
Purpose
Related filename.errors
tcl.logoff
port.number