The following syntax is required for job-level commands using twbcmd.
|JOB CHECKPOINT||Takes an immediate checkpoint, then continues the job.|
|jobId||jobId is the jobname followed by a “-”, then followed by the Teradata PT-generated sequence number. jobName specifies the name of the target job.|
|- L jobLogDirectory||Option that designates the location of the Teradata PT files created during job execution.
This option is only applicable when - L jobLogDirectory is specified in the tbuild or tdload command. jobLogDirectory is the full path name of the directory in which the Teradata PT files are stored.
This option is not supported on z/OS.
|JOB PAUSE||Takes an immediate checkpoint, then suspends processing.|
|JOB RESUME||Resumes a paused job.|
|JOB STATUS||Writes a status record for each active operator instance to the TWB_STATUS log, and displays row processing statistics while continuing the job.|
|JOB TERMINATE||Takes an immediate checkpoint, then terminates the job. The job retains the checkpoint files, and is therefore restartable.|
|JOB TRACELEVEL||Enables job tracing at any time during job execution.
One of the following arguments is required when enabling job tracing:
|ALL||Enables both BASE and EXEC job tracing during job execution.|
|BASE||Enables job tracing of all job processes during job execution.|
|EXEC||Enables execution tracing of all operator processes during job execution.|
|NONE||Disables job tracing during job execution.|