perm filename WHOLIN[3,2]2 blob sn#046040
filedate 1973-06-06 generic text, type T, neo UTF8
JOB QUEUE PPN TTY JOBNAM SIZE WAITTIME RUNTIME SEGNAM (ALIAS)
NL% JBS,TCOR R,RCOR DD TIME UCOR
The WHO line format is shown above. See below for some meanings.
All numbers are decimal except TTY, which is your octal teletype
line number. Suggestions for the WHO line should be directed to ME.
A dash (-) after JOB means you are currently running.
An asterisk (*) after QUEUE means you are swapped out. A second
asterisk means your upper segment is swapped out.
The two numbers "1" and "2" will appear after QUEUE when you are
running spacewar on the 10 and the 6, respectively.
WAITTIME is the amount of time you have spent waiting for the system.
It includes all time when you are not in IOWQ, STOPQ or NULQ.
NL is the system null-time percentage over the last few seconds.
JBS is the number of jobs logged in.
TCOR is the total core (including that swapped out) of all jobs.
R is the number of different jobs run in the last few seconds.
RCOR is the total core size of the jobs run in the last few seconds.
DD is the number of Data Disk channels in use (maximum of 31).
TIME is the time of day.
UCOR is the amount of core available for user jobs.