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SMF Type 74 Record (Subtype 2) - z/OS 1.13

This table shows the record layout for type 74 SMF records
(XCF Activity).

List of other SMF record layouts available.
List of sample SMF reports.

Purpose: Record type 74 has several subtypes.

Subtype 2 — XCF Activity

Monitor III Cross-System Coupling Facility (XCF) measurement writes this subtype, only if the Monitor III data gatherer is on.

  • Control data section Contains control information for splitting and reassembling of the XCF records.
  • System data section Describes the message traffic between the local system (where RMF is running) and the remote systems on a system level.
  • Path data section Describes the message traffic broken down by signalling paths connecting the local system with the remote systems.
  • Member data section Describes the message traffic on a member basis for members on the local system and members communicating with the local system.

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SMF Type 74 Record -- XCF Activity
Offset
(Dec.)
Offset
(Hex)
NameLengthFormatDescription
00SMF74LEN2binary
Record length. This field and the next field (total of four bytes) form the RDW (record descriptor word).
22SMF74SEG2binary
Segment descriptor (see record length field).
44SMF74FLG1binary
System indicator
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 New record format
1 Subtypes used
2 Reserved.
3-6 Version indicators
7 System is running in PR/SM mode.
55SMF74RTY1binary
Record type 74 (X'4A').
66SMF74TME4binary
Time since midnight, in hundredths of a second, that the record was moved into the SMF buffer.
10ASMF74DTE4packed
Date when the record was moved into the SMF buffer, in the form 0cyydddF.
14ESMF74SID4EBCDIC
System identification (from the SMFPRMxx SID parameter).
1812SMF74SSI4EBCDIC
Subsystem identification (‘RMF').
2216SMF74STY2binary
Record subtype.
2418SMF74TRN2binary
Number of triplets in this record. A triplet is a set of three SMF fields (offset/length/number values) that defines a section of the record. The offset is the offset from the RDW.
261A--2binary
Reserved.
281CSMF74PRS4binary
Offset to RMF product section from RDW.
3220SMF74PRL2binary
Length of RMF product section.
3422SMF74PRN2binary
Number of RMF product sections.
Individual header extension for subtype 2:
3624SMF742CO4binary
Offset to control data section from RDW.
4028SMF742CL2binary
Length of control data section.
422ASMF742CN2binary
Number of control data sections.
442CSMF742SO4binary
Offset to system data section from RDW.
4830SMF742SL2binary
Length of system data section.
5032SMF742SN2binary
Number of system data sections.
5234SMF742PO4binary
Offset to path data section.
5638SMF742PL2binary
Length of path data section.
583ASMF742PN2binary
Number of path data sections.
603CSMF742MO4binary
Offset to member data section from RDW.
6440SMF742ML2binary
Length of member data section.
6642SMF742MN2binary
Number of member data sections.
RMF Product Section
(Offset from beginning of record: SMF74PRS)
00SMF74MFV2packed
RMF version number.
22SMF74PRD8EBCDIC
Product name (‘RMF').
10ASMF74IST4packed
Time that the RMF measurement interval started, in the form 0hhmmssF, where hh is the hours, mm is the minutes, ss is the seconds, and F is the sign.
14ESMF74DAT4packed
Date when the RMF measurement interval started, in the form 0cyydddF.
1812SMF74INT4packed
Duration of the RMF measurement interval, in the form mmsstttF where mm is the minutes, ss is the seconds, ttt is the milliseconds, and F is the sign. (The end of the measurement interval is the sum of the recorded start time and this field.)
2216--2binary
Reserved.
2418SMF74SAM4binary
Number of RMF samples.
281C--2binary
Reserved.
301ESMF74FLA2binary
Flags
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 Reserved
1 Samples have been skipped
2 Record was written by RMF Monitor III
3 Interval was synchronized with SMF
4-15 Reserved.
3220--4binary
Reserved.
3624SMF74CYC4packed
Sampling cycle length, in the form 000ttttF, where tttt is the milliseconds and F is the sign (taken from CYCLE option). The range of values is 0.050 to 9.999 seconds.
4028SMF74MVS8EBCDIC
MVS software level (consists of an acronym and the version, release, and modification level - ZVvvrrmm).
4830SMF74IML1binary
Indicates the type of processor complex on which data measurements were taken.
Value - Meaning
3 9672, zSeries 49 31 SMF73PRF 1 binary Processor flags.
Bit Meaning When Set
0 The system has expanded storage
1 The processor is enabled for ES connection architecture (ESCA)
2 There is an ES connection director in the configuration
3 System is running in z/Architecture mode
4 At least one zAAP is currently installed
5 At least one zIIP is currently installed
6 Enhanced DAT architecture available
7 Reserved.
5032SMF74PTN1binary
PR/SM partition number of the partition that wrote this record.
5133SMF74SRL1binary
SMF record level change number (X'5D' for z/OS V1R13 RMF). This field enables processing of SMF record level changes in an existing release.
5234SMF74IET8char
Interval expiration time token. This token can be used to identify other than RMF records that belong to the same interval (if interval was synchronized with SMF).
603CSMF74LGO8binary
Offset GMT to local time (STCK format).
6844SMF74RAO4binary
Offset to reassembly area relative to start of RMF product section.
7248SMF74RAL2binary
Length of reassembly area. Area consists of a fixed header and a variable number of information blocks. Length depends on the record type/subtype, but is fixed for a specific type/subtype.
744ASMF74RAN2binary
Reassembly area indicator.
Value - Meaning
0 Record is not broken.
1 Record is broken.
Note: This field is used to indicate whether an SMF record is a broken record. Therefore, offset (SMF74RAO) and length (SMF74RAL) are only valid if SMF74RAN = 1. A reassembly area is only present in broken records.
764CSMF74OIL2binary
Original interval length as defined in the session or by SMF (in seconds).
784ESMF74SYN2binary
SYNC value in seconds.
8050SMF74GIE8binary
Projected gathering interval end (STCK format) GMT time.
8858SMF74XNM8EBCDIC
Sysplex name as defined in parmlib member COUPLExx.
9660SMF74SNM8EBCDIC
System name for current system as defined in parmlib member IEASYSxx SYSNAME parameter.
Reassembly Area
(Offset from beginning of record: SMF74PRS + SMF74RAO)
00SMF74RBR2binary
Total number of broken records built from the original large record.
22SMF74RSQ2binary
Sequence number of this broken record. Every broken record built from the same large record must have a unique sequence number, it is in the range from 1 to SMF74RBR.
44SMF74RIO4binary
Offset to first reassembly information block relative to start of reassembly area header.
88SMF74RIL2binary
Length of reassembly information block.
10ASMF74RIN2binary
Number of reassembly information blocks (same value as SMF74TRN in header section).
12C--4binary
Reserved.
Reassembly Area Information Block
(Offset from beginning of record: SMF74PRS + SMF74RAO + SMF74RIO)
00SMF74RNN2binary
Total number of sections in the original large record. This field contains information of how many sections of a specific type were contained in the original SMF record. This field is a copy of the number field of the triplet in the original (non broken) record.
22SMF74RPP2binary
Position of the first of one or more consecutive sections described by this block as in the original record. Values in the range of 1 to SMF74RNN are valid for correct processing. A value of 0 will skip processing of this information block. This field provides information where the sections that are part of this broken record were placed in the original record before the split took place. The actual number of consecutive sections contained in this record is available from the actual triplet in the header extension.
Subtype 2 — Control Data Section
(Offset from beginning of record: SMF742CO)
00SMF742TSR2binary
Total number of type 74 subtype 2 records written during this interval.
22--2binary
Reserved.
44SMF742STOT4binary
Total number of system data sections in all SMF records.
88SMF742SNXT4binary
Number of system data sections in records written after this record.
12CSMF742PTOT4binary
Total number of path data sections in all SMF records.
1610SMF742PNXT4binary
Number of path data sections in records written after this record.
2014SMF742MTOT4binary
Total number of member data sections in all SMF records.
2418SMF742MNXT4binary
Number of member data sections in records written after this record.
Subtype 2 — System Data Section
(Offset from beginning of record: SMF742SO)
00SMF742SNME8EBCDIC
System name as defined in parmlib member IEASYSxx SYSNAME parameter.
88SMF742SSTF1binary
Status flags
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 System became active during this interval
1 System became inactive during this interval
2 Counts reset by XCF during this interval
3 Partially not active during RMF Postprocessor interval.
4-7 Reserved.
99SMF742SDIR1binary
Direction of the message traffic
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 Inbound. The SMF742SNME system sent messages to the local system.
1 Outbound. The SMF742SNME system receives messages from the local system.
2 Local. This means that the message traffic is within the local system.
3-7 Reserved.
10A--2binary
Reserved.
12CSMF742SPTH4binary
Current number of signalling paths in service (zero for local entry). If outbound entry, count is for the indicated transport class.
1610SMF742SBSY4binary
Number of no buffer conditions. For local or outbound entry, count is for the indicated transport class.
2014SMF742SNOP4binary
Number of no path conditions (zero for local entry). For outbound entry, count is for the indicated transport class.
2418SMF742SMXB4binary
Maximum 1K blocks of message buffer space. For local or outbound entry, count is for the indicated transport class.
281CSMF742SBIG4binary
Number of big message conditions (zero for inbound entry).
3220SMF742SFIT4binary
Number of message fit conditions (zero for inbound entry).
3624SMF742SSML4binary
Number of small message conditions (zero for inbound entry).
4028SMF742SOVR4binary
Number of big messages that exceeded the message length for which XCF was optimized (zero for inbound entry).
442CSMF742STCL4binary
Message length for transport class (zero for inbound entry).
4830SMF742STCN8EBCDIC
Transport class name (blanks for inbound entry).
Subtype 2 — Path Data Section

For each path which has been added during the measurement interval, only fields SMF742PNME, SMF742PDIR, SMF742PONA, and SMF742PQLN contain data, all other fields are blank or contain X’00’.

(Offset from beginning of record: SMF742PO)
00SMF742PNME8EBCDIC
System name as defined in parmlib member IEASYSxx SYSNAME parameter.
88SMF742PDEV4EBCDIC
Device number.
12CSMF742PSTF1binary
Status flags
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 Path became active during this interval
1 Path became inactive during this interval.
2 Counts reset by XCF during this interval.
3-7 Reserved.
13DSMF742PDIR1binary
Direction path
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 Inbound path 1 Outbound path
2-7 Reserved.
14ESMF742PTYP1binary
Path type indicator.
Value - Meaning
1 CTC
3 List structure.
15F--1binary
Reserved.
1610SMF742PONA8EBCDIC
Name of system on other end if known, otherwise blanks.
2418SMF742PODV4EBCDIC
Device number on other end if known, otherwise blanks.
281CSMF742PSTA1binary
Path status
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 Starting
1 Restarting
2 Working
3 Stopping
4 Waiting for completion communication link
5 Not operational
6 Stop failed
7 Rebuilding. 29 1D R742PSTM 1 binary More path status flags:
Bit Meaning When Set
0 Quiescing
1 Quiesced
2-7 Reserved.
301E--2binary
Reserved.
3220SMF742PRET4binary
Path retry limit.
3624SMF742PRST4binary
Number of restarts.
4028SMF742PMXM4binary
Maximum number of 1K blocks of message buffer space.
442CSMF742PSIG4binary
Number of outbound (inbound) signals sent (received) over path.
4830SMF742PQLN4binary
Number of outbound signals pending transfer on path.
5234SMF742PIBR4binary
Number of inbound signals refused due to maximum message limit.
5638SMF742PSUS4binary
Number of times this signalling path was not busy when it was selected to transfer a message.
603CSMF742PAPP4binary
Number of times this signalling path was busy when it was selected to transfer a message.
6440SMF742PTCN8EBCDIC
Transport class name (blanks for an inbound path).
7248SMF742PSTR16EBCDIC
Name of XES list structure being used as a path, blank for CTCs.
8858SMF742PIOT4binary
For inbound paths: Average I/O transfer time (microseconds) for the most recently received signals, or X'FFFFFFFF' (if time > 35 minutes). For outbound paths, the field is zero.
925CSMF742PRCT4binary
Path retry count.
9660SMF742PPND4binary
The current number of signals pending for transfer on the path (outbound only).
10064SMF742PUSE4binary
The current number of 1KB blocks of message buffer space in use by this path.
10468SMF742PLIN4binary
List number within structure.
Subtype 2 — Member Data Section

The information contained in this section provides information about the message traffic for the member. If the member is active on the system that provided this SMF data, this information describes all messages sent and received by that member. If the member is active on some other system than the one that provided the data, this information describes just those messages sent from the system providing the data to that member, and just those messages received from that member by the system providing the data.

If the member is active on the system that provided the SMF data, then the contents of R742MSYS and SMF74SNM (in the Product Section) are the same.

(Offset from beginning of record: SMF742MO)
00SMF742MSYS8EBCDIC
System name (as defined in parmlib member IEASYSxx SYSNAME parameter) where the member resides.
88SMF742MGRP8EBCDIC
Group name.
1610SMF742MMEM16EBCDIC
Member name
3220SMF742MSTF1binary
Status flags
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 Member became active during this interval
1 Member became inactive during this interval
2 Counts reset by XCF during this interval
3 Partially not active during RMF Postprocessor interval.
4 No information returned from IXCQUERY.
5-7 Reserved.
3321SMF742MST11binary
Extended member state (1):
2=CREATED
3=ACTIVE
4=QUIESCED
5=FAILED
3422SMF742MST21binary
Extended member state (2):
Bit - Meaning When Set
0 System status update missing
1 System termination started
2 Reserved
3 Status update missing (confirmed)
4 Status update missing (not confirmed)
5 Reserved
6 Monitoring has been removed
7 Reserved.
3523--1binary
Reserved.
3624SMF742MSNT4binary
Number of signals sent by member.
4028SMF742MRCV4binary
Number of signals received by member.
442CSMF742MINT4binary
Status checking interval.
4830SMF742MJOB8EBCDIC
Job name that joined the member.

The table above is based on the description provided by IBM in its "MVS Systems Management Facilities (SMF)" manual.

Sample Report from SMF 74 Subtype 4 Records
Showing RMF Coupling Activity Over an Interval


The sample SMF report below was created with Spectrum SMF Writer, the low-cost 4GL SMF report writer.

This report reads as input the SMF file and selects just the type 74 RMF Activity records with subtype = 4. (See SMF 74 record layout.) Each of these SMF records contains multiple Request Sections. We normalize these sections in order to easily print the same report information from each request section. We then print a report line for each Request Section, showing various statistics relating to synchronous and asynchronous requests during the interval. It also shows a count of certain requests for which no resource was available.

In this report, we take advantage of several of Spectrum's special formatting options. The BIZ ("blank if zero") option suppresses 0 values, which can clutter up a report. Also, since the SMF744SASQ field encompasses a wide range of values, we used a "scaled" type of picture to format it. Spectrum automatically displays a value with the appropriate K, M, G, ... suffix as necessary. This technique lets you display more data (in smaller columns) when it is not essential to know the exact value of a field.

We also used another technique to squeeze more data columns into the report. Since the identical Sysplex and System names appear for hundreds of consecutive lines, we moved those 2 fields from the detail report lines up into the page titles. We page-break on those fields to insure that the data on each page comes from a single Sysplex-System.

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OPTION: SCALEPICS /* ALLOW VARIABLY SCALED PICTURES */
OPTION: HDGSEP('/') /* CHANGE DEFAULT SEPERATOR CHAR */

INPUT: SMF74 NORMWHEN(SMF74RTY=74 AND SMF74STY=4)
             NORMALIZE(SMF74_REQ_SECTION, SMF744SN)

INCLUDEIF: SMF74RTY=74 AND SMF74STY=4

TITLE: #DATE / 'RMF COUPLING ACTIVITY REPORT' / 'PAGE' #PAGENUM
TITLE: 'SYSPLEX:' SMF74XNM 'SYSTEM:' SMF74SNM

COLUMNS:
     SMF744SNAM('CONNECTED/STRUCTURE')
     SMF74IST('INTERVAL/START/TIME')
     SMF74INT_TIME(TP'ZZ:Z9.999' 'INTERVAL/LENGTH')
     SMF744SSIZ(8 'STRUCT/SIZE' BIZ)
     SMF744SARC_VAL('TOTAL/ASYNCH/OPERS' 8 BIZ)
     SMF744SASQ('SUM/SQRS/SERVIC/TIME/ASYNCH' 6 P'Z,ZZ9@' BIZ)
     SMF744SATM('SUM/SERVIC/TIME/ASYNCH' 10 BIZ)
     SMF744SSTA_VAL('ASYNCH/REQS/NO RESRC' 8 BIZ)
     SMF744SSRC_VAL('CNT/TIMES/SYNCH/REQS' 8 BIZ)
     SMF744SSSQ('SUM-SQRS/SERVIC/TIME/SYNCH' 10 BIZ)
     SMF744SSTM('SUM/SERVIC/TIME/SYNCH' 10 BIZ)

SORT:  SMF74XNM SMF74SNM SMF74DTE SMF74TME SMF744SNAM
BREAK: SMF74SNM SPACE(PAGE)

 

Produce This SMF Report:


 08/14/07                                 RMF COUPLING ACTIVITY REPORT                                 PAGE    1
                                       SYSPLEX: SYSPL9   SYSTEM: S01

                                                        SUM
                                                        SQRS     SUM                CNT     SUM-SQRS     SUM
                  INTERVAL                     TOTAL   SERVIC   SERVIC    ASYNCH   TIMES     SERVIC     SERVIC
    CONNECTED      START   INTERVAL   STRUCT   ASYNCH   TIME     TIME      REQS    SYNCH      TIME       TIME
    STRUCTURE       TIME    LENGTH     SIZE    OPERS   ASYNCH   ASYNCH   NO RESRC   REQS     SYNCH      SYNCH
 ________________ ________ _________ ________ ________ ______ __________ ________ ________ __________ __________

 ACF2_LIDS        09:30:00 10:00.000   50,048   16,034 1,004M  2,013,709                68    184,508      3,490
 BERVM_SMI1       09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304
 BERVM_SMS2       09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304    3,459   200M    472,144                13    261,598      1,150
 BERVM_SMS3       09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304    1,025    28M    104,325                 5      9,526        208
 BERVM_SMT0       09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304    1,352    76M    160,125        3        4     15,481        241
 BERVM_SMZ0       09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304      885    18M     87,762                 6     17,237        307
 BERVM_SM10       09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304    1,070    91M    177,594                 5    230,667        667
 CRAF_HBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000   12,544      445    14M     51,859                93    111,532      2,456
 CRAF_HBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000   12,672      128 6,997K     20,516
 CRAF_HBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000   20,224      117 3,568K     16,920                 8      4,659        193
 CRAF_HBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000   20,096      367    16M     50,839       14       26     15,918        642
 CRAF_HBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    5,376       14 1,471K      2,474                16      9,661        393
 CRAF_HBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    5,376
 CRAF_HBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000   24,576       46   758K      5,104                 6      3,270        140
 CRAF_HBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000   24,448      183 2,708K     17,469                55     30,184      1,276
 CRAF_HBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000   13,824       63 1,575K      7,444                33     21,962        850
 CRAF_HBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000   13,824       33   674K      3,280
 CRAF_HBP8        09:30:00 10:00.000      640
 CRAF_HBP8        09:30:00 10:00.000      640       14   176K      1,311                15      9,393        375
 CRAF_HBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    5,632      191 5,466K     24,221                21     25,874        640
 CRAF_HBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    5,632        9 1,132K      2,970
 CSAF_LOCK1       09:30:00 10:00.000    8,064    2,658    53M    220,344            10,652 *****S****    264,935
 CSAF_SCA         09:30:00 10:00.000    8,192    1,588   167M    244,692                 8     52,673        649
 CTBA_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    2,688       37   535K      3,595
 CTBA_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    2,688       71 1,601K      6,251                41     28,214      1,074
 CTBA_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304       14   217K      1,213                14      9,086        356
 CTBA_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304
 CTBA_GBP11       09:30:00 10:00.000    1,920
 CTBA_GBP11       09:30:00 10:00.000    1,920       14   134K      1,108                14      8,815        351
 CTBA_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000      896       15   272K      1,488                14      8,664        348
 CTBA_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    1,024
 CTBA_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000    2,816       30   629K      3,219
 CTBA_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000    2,688       56   772K      4,903                33     23,489        879
 CTBA_GBP21       09:30:00 10:00.000    1,408
 CTBA_GBP21       09:30:00 10:00.000    1,408       14   119K      1,054                14      8,754        350
 CTBA_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000    1,664       57 1,087K      5,867                31     21,332        812
 CTBA_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000    1,792       29   414K      2,642
 CTBA_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    2,048       30   352K      2,486
 CTBA_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    2,048       55   807K      5,043                34     23,816        898
 CTBA_LOCK1       09:30:00 10:00.000    3,072    1,046 8,942K     78,236             3,400 22,415,563     81,367
 CTBA_SCA         09:30:00 10:00.000    3,456    1,759    59M    253,463        1       13     84,538      1,048
 CTLF_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    8,448       10   122K      1,012
 CTLF_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    8,320       37   782K      4,313                16     10,471        409
 CTLF_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000   12,544       15   359K      1,459                13      8,241        327
 CTLF_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000   12,672
 CTLF_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    1,664       30   262K      2,249
 CTLF_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    1,664       56   443K      3,703                33  6,709,361      3,423
 CTLF_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000    8,320       15   389K      1,656                13      8,141        325
 CTLF_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000    8,448
 CTLF_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000    3,584       30   272K      2,255
 CTLF_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000    3,584       57 1,922K      6,194                32     22,436        846

 
08/14/09                                 RMF COUPLING ACTIVITY REPORT                                 PAGE    2
                                       SYSPLEX: SYSPL9   SYSTEM: S01

                                                        SUM
                                                        SQRS     SUM                CNT     SUM-SQRS     SUM
                  INTERVAL                     TOTAL   SERVIC   SERVIC    ASYNCH   TIMES     SERVIC     SERVIC
    CONNECTED      START   INTERVAL   STRUCT   ASYNCH   TIME     TIME      REQS    SYNCH      TIME       TIME
    STRUCTURE       TIME    LENGTH     SIZE    OPERS   ASYNCH   ASYNCH   NO RESRC   REQS     SYNCH      SYNCH
 ________________ ________ _________ ________ ________ ______ __________ ________ ________ __________ __________

 CTLF_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    4,096       15   353K      1,473                13      7,933        321
 CTLF_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    4,096
 CTLF_LOCK1       09:30:00 10:00.000    4,992    1,214    11M     94,508             4,807 88,328,922    125,032
 CTLF_SCA         09:30:00 10:00.000    3,328    1,581    51M    225,834                 4     26,085        323
 CTOC_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    3,456       50 1,690K      5,850
 CTOC_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    3,456      117 8,598K     16,027                32     22,793        853
 CTOC_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000    5,376  112,254 9,213M 18,493,219        4    3,040 35,668,753    110,881
 CTOC_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000    5,376      555    21M     84,176
 CTOC_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    1,280
 CTOC_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    1,280       14   105K      1,061                14      8,260        340
 CTOC_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000    5,504    1,033   115M    222,123               787 38,159,579     24,539
 CTOC_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000    5,504      732    39M    127,868                 1        529         23
 CTOC_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000    1,536       30   320K      2,389
 CTOC_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000    1,536       58   895K      4,993                33  5,624,615      3,203
 CTOC_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    2,048       56   626K      4,361                33     22,278        856
 CTOC_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    2,048       30   725K      3,022
 CTOC_LOCK1       09:30:00 10:00.000    4,096    5,707   130M    520,062            10,994 *****S****    338,972
 CTOC_SCA         09:30:00 10:00.000    1,920    1,606    55M    242,189        1        6     39,090        484
 CTTF_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    8,320      919    26M    112,207                 1        529         23
 CTTF_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    8,320    4,400   325M    645,466               153  1,551,026      6,028
 CTTF_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000   32,512   57,719 2,150M  5,634,117    1,071    6,178 33,254,757    163,883
 CTTF_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000   32,640    5,404   206M    724,337                81     45,930      1,924
 CTTF_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    5,376
 CTTF_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    5,376       15    77K        951                13      8,035        323
 CTTF_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000   32,512   17,088 1,177M  2,471,064    1,131    7,981 61,967,099    203,089
 CTTF_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000   32,512    3,385   423M    515,302               151     84,553      3,571
 CTTF_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000   10,752      656    64M    165,137                42     21,778        956
 CTTF_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000   10,752    1,293   108M    319,735               191    351,906      5,634
 CTTF_GBP8        09:30:00 10:00.000      512      318 3,979K     26,878               251    109,958      5,242
 CTTF_GBP8        09:30:00 10:00.000      512       13   460K      2,267
 CTTF_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    5,632      270 9,077K     39,335
 CTTF_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    5,632    1,160    42M    140,510                68    174,474      2,032
 CTTF_LOCK1       09:30:00 10:00.000   29,184   25,062   730M  2,086,495            72,151 *****S****  1,831,872
 CTTF_SCA         09:30:00 10:00.000    8,192    1,667    90M    248,925                 5     31,698        398
 CTZF_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    7,552      129 6,075K     20,228                 1        841         29
 CTZF_GBP0        09:30:00 10:00.000    7,552      479    20M     73,993        1       36     24,738        942
 CTZF_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000   15,104    2,328    85M    325,305               145    431,041      4,537
 CTZF_GBP1        09:30:00 10:00.000   15,104    1,080    37M    146,591                 7      3,848        164
 CTZF_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    1,664       30   368K      2,500
 CTZF_GBP16K0     09:30:00 10:00.000    1,664       57   745K      4,820                31     21,507        815
 CTZF_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000    8,576      455    27M     61,207                40     30,271      1,085
 CTZF_GBP2        09:30:00 10:00.000    8,576      298    22M     41,913                 1        784         28
 CTZF_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304       29 1,461K      3,752
 CTZF_GBP32K      09:30:00 10:00.000    2,304       56 1,006K      5,024                34     23,225        887
 CTZF_GBP8        09:30:00 10:00.000      512      117 1,930K     12,466                38     29,333      1,015
 CTZF_GBP8        09:30:00 10:00.000      640       67 1,486K      8,575
 CTZF_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    4,864       42 1,794K      7,158                 3      1,638         70
 CTZF_GBP8K0      09:30:00 10:00.000    4,864      184    15M     37,988                54     27,391      1,213
 CTZF_LOCK1       09:30:00 10:00.000    5,888    4,592   144M    384,811             8,320 *****S****    230,595
 CTZF_SCA         09:30:00 10:00.000    3,328    1,861    94M    284,565                 5     31,692        398
 DFHXQLS_DFHTSA01 09:30:00 10:00.000    1,408

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