SMF Type 60 Record
This table shows the record layout for type 60 SMF records
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Record length. This field and the next field (total of four bytes) form the RDW (record descriptor word). See “Standard SMF Record Header” on page 13-1 for a detailed description.
Segment descriptor (see record length field).
System indicator: Bit Meaning When Set 0-2 Reserved 3-6 Version indicators* 7 Reserved.*See “Standard SMF Record Header” on page 13-1 for a detailed description.
Record type 60 (X'3C').
Time since midnight, in hundredths of a second, that the record was moved into the SMF buffer.
Date when the record was moved into the SMF buffer, in the form 0cyydddF. See “Standard SMF Record Header” on page 13-1 for a detailed description.
System identification (from the SID parameter).
Indicates that the VVR is updated, deleted, or inserted in the VVDS: Contents Meaning UP Updated DE Deleted IN Inserted
Offset of product section from start of record, including the record descriptor word (RDW).
Length of product section.
Number of product sections.
Offset of data section from start of record, including the record descriptor word (RDW).
Length of data section.
Number of data sections.
Version of the type 60 records.
Catalog management product identifier.
Job name. The job log identification consists of the job name, time, and date that the reader recognized the JOB card (for this job).
Time since midnight, in hundredths of a second, that the reader recognized the JOB card (for this job).
Date when the reader recognized the JOB card for this job, in the form 0cyydddF. See “Standard SMF Record Header” on page 13-1 for a detailed description.
User-defined identification field (taken from common exit parameter area, not from USER=parameter on job statement).
Name of VSAM volume data set (VVDS) in which entry is made.
Entry type identifier. Bit Meaning When Set C‘A’ NonVSAM data set C‘B’ Generation data group (GDG) base C‘C’ Cluster C‘D’ Data set C‘E’ VSAM extension record C‘F’ Free space C‘G’ Alternate index C‘H’ Active generation data set (GDS) entry in GDG base C‘I’ Index C‘J’ CDG extension record C‘K’ VSAM volume record (VVR) C‘L’ Library control system library record C‘M’ Master catalog C‘N’ NonVSAM record header C‘O’ Object Access Method (OAM) nonVSAM record C‘P’ Page space C‘Q’ VVR header (secondary) C‘R’ Path C‘T’ True name record C‘U’ User catalog C‘V’ Volume C‘W’ Library control system volume C‘X’ Alias record C‘Y’ Upgrade C‘Z’ VVR header (primary) X‘00’ Normal nonVsam record X‘01’ JES3 record.
VVR or NVR (the length of the VVR or NVR is contained in the first two bytes of this field).
The table above is based on the description provided by IBM in its "MVS Systems Management Facilities (SMF)" manual.