Robot Monitor includes a MONPURGE command that automatically purges old data after a set number of days that you specify. It can be scheduled to run as required. Also, there is a MONRGZPF command that is used to reorganize files with more than a certain number of deleted records.

The MONPURGE (Purge Old History) command can run interactively or be submitted as a batch job. Do the following to run it interactively:

  1. Sign on to the host system using your user profile and password.
  2. On the command line, execute the following command to add the library MSM to your library list:
    ADDLIBLE MSM
    Note: If you used a different library name during installation, use that name instead of MSM.
  3. Type MONPURGE on the command line and press F4 to display the Purge Old History Data
    panel.
  4. Fill out the fields on the panel. Press F1 for field information and descriptions.
  5. When you're finished, press Enter to purge the data from your history files.

The MONRGZPF (Reorganization) command can run interactively or be submitted as a batch job. Do the following to run it interactively:

  1. Sign on to the host system using your user profile and password.
  2. On the command line, execute the following command to add the library MSM to your library list:
    ADDLIBLE MSM
    Note: If you used a different library name during installation, use that name instead of MSM.
  3. Type MONRGZPF on the command line and press F4 to display the Reorganize Selected Files
    panel.
  4. Fill out the fields on the panel. Press F1 for field information and descriptions.
  5. When you're finished, press Enter to reorganize your selected files.

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Last Modified On: March 08, 2018