perm filename WHOLIN[3,2]7 blob sn#061487
filedate 1973-09-10 generic text, type T, neo UTF8
DD JBS,TCOR R,RCOR UCOR NL% DSKQ DATE DAY TIME
JOB PPN TTY QUEUE JOBNAM SIZE RUNTIME-RP XTIME-XP DSKOPS SEGNAM (ALIAS)
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.
The special characters after QUEUE have the following meanings:
- (dash) means you are the currently running job.
* (asterisk) means you are swapped out. A second asterisk means
your upper segment is swapped out.
⊗ means you have locked yourself in core with the LOCK UUO.
\ (backslash) means you are running spacewar on the 10.
/ (slash) means you are running spacewar on the 6.
X means you are running spacewar on both the 10 and the 6.
RUNTIME is your total run time since login.
RP is the percentage of your total wait time that is run time.
XTIME is the incremental run time since last teletype interaction.
The number after the single quote is in ticks (60ths of a second).
XP is the percentage of your incremental wait time that is run time.
This is your average processor level since last tty interaction.
DSKOPS is the number of disk operations since last tty interaction.
DD is the number of Data Disk channels in use (maximum of 31).
JBS is the number of jobs logged in (maximum of 49).
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.
UCOR is the amount of core available for user jobs.
NL is the system null-time percentage over the last few seconds.
DSKQ is the number of jobs waiting to use the disk.
DATE, DAY and TIME are the current date, day of week and time.