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1022    4UP     ADUMP   AJ      APLBAS  ARP     ASSIGN  ATTACH  BACKUP  BRACK
CALCOM  CALEND  CANCEL  CDCEOF  CHANGE  COBOL   COMMAN  COMPIL  CONTRO  COSTS
COUNT   CPUNCH  CREATE  DATESW  DDT     DEBUG   DECLAR  DELETE  DEMOS   DETACH
DIRECT  DISK    EBCDIC  ECHO    EMPIRE  FAILSA  FAL     FILES   FORDDT  FORFLO
FORTH   FORTRA  FROM10  GCS     GENCOM  GLIM    GRIPE   GT40    HELP    HLPALL
HLPSQZ  HOLIDA  HPPLOT  IMSL    INDEX   JOB     KDPLDR  KERMIT  KILL    KJOB
LABDMC  LASER   LIBRAR  LINED   LINK    LOGIN   LSTMAI  MAKVIR  MASTER  MCROSS
MONITO  MOUNT   MS      MTA     MTTOPT  MUPPET  NAME    NCP     NETWOR  NFT
NOTICE  NYPLAN  OLDNOT  OMNIGR  OPR     PACMAN  PAL10   PASSWO  PASWRD  PHONES
PLOT    POUT    PUB     QUEUE   REATTA  REDUCE  RENAME  RENBR   RERUN   RSXFMT
RSXRED  SAAM    SAVE    SDPL    SED     SEDONL  SEDOTH  SEE     SEND    SEWER
SIXPRT  SMALL   SORT    SPACIN  SPIKE   STAFF   STATIS  STREK   SUPCAL  SUPSUB
SYSDPY  SYSTEM  TAPCOP  TECMAC  TEK     TEKVEW  TERMIN  TIME    TIP     TO10
TOPS    TREK    TREND   TYPFIL  USERS   USNMRG  VAXTAP  VERIFY  WHO     XVFU

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GALAXY version 4 QUEUE help file To enter a queue request, type: queue-name:jobname=file1,file2,... The default job name is the same as the first file name. To list the queues, type: output-filespec/LIST=queue-name:job1[user1],job2[user2],... Default queue is LPT:. To create a batch request, type INP:jobname=control-filespec,log-filespec Default jobname is the filename of the log file. Default control file extension is .CTL. Default log file extension is .LOG. When listing the queues, the default listing filespec is TTY:.LSQ. Queue-name defaults to all queues. If queue-name is ALL:, all queues are listed. Queues at a specific station can be listed by referring to queue xxxSnn: for station nn (e.g. LPTS3: or ALLS17:). Queues for a specific device can be refered to by giving the device name (e.g. LPT2:). Wild card "*" matches any name, entension, project, programmer, or SFD. Wild card "?" is wild for one character only. The switches to the QUEUE, PRINT, PLOT, CPUNCH, TPUNCH, and SUBMIT commands are: /ABEFORE:date-time Include only files accessed before date-time. /ACCOUNT:qqq Specify an account string. /AFTER:date-time Process request after the specified date/time. /ALLFILES::yes-no Require all files to exist in order for the queue request to be created. /ASINCE:date-time Include only files accessed since date-time. /ASSISTANCE:yes-no Specifies whether or not a batch job will require operator intervention. /BATLOG:keyword-list Specify creation of batch log files. Keyword may be one of the following: APPEND - append to the end of an existinglog file (default); SPOOL - create a temporary log file, print it and delete it; SUPERSEDE - supersede any existing log file. /BEFORE:date-time Include only files created before date-time. /BEGIN:ddd Begin processing file on the ddd-th line for batch jobs and on the ddd-th page for line printer jobs. /CARDS:ddd Batch job punched card limit is ddd. /*CHECK Same as /LIST:CHECK. /COPIES:ddd Make ddd copies of this file. /CORE:ccc Set batch job core limit to ccc. /CREATE Create a new request. /DEFERRED Process all deferred spooled requests now. You must include either /CREATE or /KILL with this switch, to create or cancel the queue requests. /DELETE Same as /DISPOSE:DELETE. /DENSITY:keyword Set listing file tape density. Keywords specify the density (200, 800, 1600, 6250 and INSTALLATION (default)). /DEPENDANCY:ddd Set batch job dependancy to ddd. On /MODIFY requests, if a '+' or '-' precedes ddd, add or subtract ddd from the current value. /DESTINATION:nnn Specify the node to which all output will be sent. /DISPOSE:keyword Specify file disposition. Keywords are: DELETE - delete the file after processing; PRESERVE - don't delete the file (default); RENAME - rename the file into the spooled area when the request is created, then delete it after processing. /ERBINARY Generate an error message if user attempts to queue a binary file. /ERNONE Generate an error message if a file is not found. /ERPROTECT Generate an error message if a protection failure occurs. /ERSUPERSEDE Generate an error if the listing file already exists. Reserve the specified number of blocks on the listing file. /EXIT Exit from QUEUE. /*FAST Same as /LIST:FAST. /FEET:ddd Set batch job paper tape limit to ddd feet. /FILE:keyword Specify file format. Keywords are: ASCII - ASCII fle (default); COBOL - sixbit COBOL file; ELEVEN - PDP11 file; FORTRAN - FORTRAN data file. /FORMS:sss Specify type of forms to be sss. /GENERIC Process request on any device of the appropriate type. /[NO]HEADER:yes-no Include banner for a file. /*HELP:keyword Prints help on the terminal. Keywords are: SWITCHES - print only switches; TEXT - print this text (default). /JOBNAME:sss Specify a job name. /KILL Kill (delete) this request. /LENGTH:min:max Include files whose blocksize is within the range of min to max. /LIMIT:ddd Output request limit is ddd (feet, pages, etc.). /LOWERCASE Print this job on a lower case printer./LST:keyword List jobs in queues. Keywords are: ALL - detailed listing; FAST - fast queue listing; JOBS - list jobs (default). /METERS:ddd Set batch job paper tape limit to ddd meters. /MESSAGE:keyword Set the verbosity level of messages output. Keywords are: ADDRESS - type out address where message occurs; CONTINUATION - type out continuation text if any exists; FIRST - type out first line of message; PREFIX - type out six character message prefix. /*MODIFY Modify an existing queue request. /[NO]NEW:yes-no Include this file in a request even if it doesn't yet exist. /NOTES:qqq Annotate output message with qqq in header. /[NO]NOTIFY:yes-no Request notification when job completes. /[NO]NULL:yes-no Don't generate a fatal error message if no files in queue request. /OKBINARY Allow binary files in queue request. /OKSUPERSEDE Don't generate an error if the listing file already exists. /[NO]OPTION:option-name Scan DSK:SWITCH.INI[,]/PHYSICAL for lines with QUEUE:option-name for switches. OUTPUT:keyword Specify batch job log file processing. Keywords are: ERROR - print file if job ends in error; LOG - print log file (default); NOLOG - never print a log file. /PAGES:ddd Set batch job printer page limit to ddd pages. /PARITY:keyword Set listing file tape parity. Keywords are: EVEN - set even parity; ODD - set odd parity (default). /PATH:[directory] Run batch job from [directory]. /PLOT:keyword Specify plotter processing: Keywords are: ASCII, BINARY (sixbit); IMAGE (default). /[NO]PHYSICAL:yes-no Ignore logical device names on LOOKUPs and ENTERs. /PRESERVE Same as /DISPOSE:PRESERVE. /PRINT:keyword Specify printer processing: Keywords are: ARROW, ASCII (default); OCTAL; SUPPRESSED. /PRIORITY:ddd Set request priority to ddd. /PROCESSING:nnn Specify the node where a batch request will be processed. /PROTECTION:ooo When listing queues to a file, set the file protection to ooo. When creating queue requests, set the protection level of the request to ooo. /PUNCH:keyword Specify card punch processing: Keywords are: 026, ASCII, BINARY, BCD, and IMAGE. /READER Submit a card deck on disk to SPRINT for processing. /REPORT:code Print COBOL report file by outputting every line that starts with "code." /REQUESTID:n Specify the request-id number of the request to with /MODIFY or /KILL. /[NO]RESTART:yes-no Specify whether the batch job may be restarted after a system failure. Default is /NORESTART. /RUN:filespec Run the specified program after the request is processed. /RUNCORE:ccc Run the specified program with ccc core. /RUNOFFSET:ooo Run the specified program with an offset of ooo. /SEQUENCE:ddd Specify a sequence number ddd. /SINCE:date-time Include only files created since date-time. /SITGO Submit a card deck on disk to SITGO for processing. /*SPACING:keyword Specify spacing on a print request. Keywords are: DOUBLE; SINGLE (default); TRIPLE. /STREAM:n Specify the stream to be displayed in listing queue entries. /[NO]STRS:yes-no Scan each structure for duplicate files. /TAG:sss Start batch processing at tag sss. /TAPE:keyword Specify paper tape punch processing. Keywords are: ASCII (default); BINARY; IBINARY; IMAGE. /TIME:ttt Set batch job time limit to ttt. /TMPFIL:sss:qqq Create a temporary file sss (either TMP:SSS or DSK: SSS.TMP[-]) containing text (qqq). /TPLOT:ddd Set batch job plotter time to ddd minutes. /*UNIQUE:yes-no Allow only one batch job to run under this PPN at a time. /UNIT:ooo Process request on unit ooo (LPTooo if a print request). /UPPERCASE Print this job on a upper case printer. /VERSION:vvv Set the version number of listing files. Switches of the form /*xxxxxx are unique to one character. The asterisk is NOT part of the switch name. Argument formats: ccc Core argument: decimal followed by optional K or P. ddd Decimal number followed by optional K, M, or G. nnn Sixbit node name or octal node number. ooo Octal number followed by optional K, M, or G. qqq Possibly quoted string: either alphanumerics or 'sixbit' for any 64-character set graphics with quoting character doubled to represent itself. sss Sixbit string of alpha-numerics. ttt Time in seconds, hhmmss, or hh:mm:ss. vvv Version number in standard DECsystem-10 version format. yes-no Switch arguments may wither be NO, YES, 0 (no), or 1 (yes). In addition, the switch name may be preceded by NO to negate its action (e.g. /NOxxxxxx instead of /xxxxxx:NO). date-time A specific or relative date-time combination with the date components separated by a dash and the time components set off by and separated by a colon. The date can include the year. The time can include seconds and minutes. date:time or date or time date is dd-mmm-yyyy or mmm-dd-yyyy (yyyy can be 1, 2, or 4 digits) (mmm is mnemonic for month) date can be +-nnnD or +-weekday (nnn is any decimal number) (weekday is mnemonic day of week) time is hh or hh:mm or hh:mm:ss .KJOB .