|Command||tcl.pibstat Verb: Access/TCL
Applicable release versions: OA/RT, AP
|Description||displays the current pib status bit settings for a given value.
The "value" is the two-byte pib status returned by the "where" command, under the column labeled "PIB Stat".
The PIB Stat is perhaps the most useful indication of resource usage on a Pick machine. The first 2 digits of this value indicate the "state" of a process. Here are some of the more common values:
F3xx Waiting-for-input or displaying text
E3xx Waiting-for-input or displaying text with echo off
F5xx Displaying text, but line is in XOFF (Ctrl-S) state
FFxx Process is currently using the CPU
BFxx Process is currently sleeping
DFxx Process id currently requesting disk I/O
:where 68 Ln PCB PIB ABS Stat ... FID Stat Bas *068 024EE5 FF10 000018 1 ... This returns the pib status for port 68 as "ff10", which can then be used in the "pibstat" command: :pibstat ff10 1111 1111 0001 0000 Process is running or activatable not sleeping not frame faulted echoing input not I/O roadblocked not reading not writing not comatized not DCD on type-ahead enabled modem-control enabled.