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T4 Stop and collect in CSV

Paul Janssen
Advisor

T4 Stop and collect in CSV

I need to reboot the server because of a problem with ftp. I did not do an abort on T4. I ended up with the following files:

Directory DKF0:[000000.T4$DATA]

T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_FCM.DAT;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_LCK7.CSV;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.DAT;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_NETM_EIB0.CSV;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_SUBP_EIB0.LOG;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_SUBP_FCM.LOG;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_SUBP_LCK7.LOG;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_SUBP_MON.LOG;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_SUBP_TCP.LOG;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_SUBP_XFC.LOG;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_TCP.CSV;1
T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_XFC.CSV;1

Total of 12 files.

How can I convert them into CSV's and end with a ..._COMP.CSV or - if not possible - with at least as much CSV's as possible?
Then I could also look at my ftp problem.
4 REPLIES
Martin Vorlaender
Honored Contributor

Re: T4 Stop and collect in CSV

Paul,

look into T4$SYS:T4$COLLECT.COM, at the code following the label 'Post_Process_the_Data'. It's there that T4 extracts monitor data and glues things together.

HTH,
Martin

P.S.: the existance of FibreChannel monitor data leads me to the assumption that you're using at least T4 V3.4 where the above holds.
Andy Bustamante
Honored Contributor

Re: T4 Stop and collect in CSV


Look for a "T4_now.com", you can use that as a guide for the processing that needs to happen on these files.


Andy
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John Gillings
Honored Contributor

Re: T4 Stop and collect in CSV

Paul,

By default, the T4 collection job is supposed to have been submitted with /RESTART. It keeps track of where it was up to. In theory should do the post processing for you.

If not, find the label referred to before, walk through the procedure and define all the relevant local symbols interactively. You can then copy and paste the commands from the procedure into your interactive session to post process the files.

Another alternative. If you know the parameters used to invoke the original job, you can trick it into thinking it's restarting with a jacket procedure:

TRICKT4.COM
$ $RESTART="TRUE"
$ BATCH$RESTART="Post_Process_the_Data"
$ @T4$SYS:T4$COLLECT parameters...

$ SUBMIT TRICKT4
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Paul Janssen
Advisor

Re: T4 Stop and collect in CSV

I looked in T4$COLLECT and T4$NOW and found the way it behaves.
I extracted what I needed into a once-off com file:

$ Set Command T4$Sys:T4$Mon_Extract
$!
$ T4Extr T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.DAT -
/Csv=T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.CSV -
/Process_Name=("*LMD0*","*SHAD*","*PRODOPER*")
$!
$ Set Command T4$Sys:T4$Fc
$!
$ T4FcMon Extract -
/Input=T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_FCM.DAT -
/Csv=T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_FCM.CSV
$!
$ Set Command T4$Sys:T4$ApRc
$!
$ T4Aprc T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_FCM.CSV T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.CSV
$ T4Aprc T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_LCK7.CSV T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.CSV
$ T4Aprc T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_NETM_EIB0.CSV T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.CSV
$ T4Aprc T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_TCP.CSV T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.CSV
$ T4Aprc T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_XFC.CSV T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.CSV
$!
$ Rename/Log T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.CSV T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_COMP.CSV
$ Delete/Log T4_V3400_23MAR2007_0001_2359_MON.CSV;*
$!
$ EXIT
$

This worked well for me.
Thx