Chapter 3. Basic Operations

Revision History
Revision V6.2-001 27 February 2015
  • In “Environment Variables”, corrected the description of gtm_tpnotacidtime and added the descriptions of gtm_boolean, gtm_autorelink_shm, and gtm_autorelink_keeptrn.

  • Updated “gtmprofile ” for V6.2-001 enhancements.

Revision V6.1-000 01 August 2014

In “Environment Variables”, improved the descriptions of gtm_tpnotacidtime and gtm_zquit_anyway and added the descriptions of gtmcrypt_config, gtmtls_passwd_<tlslabel>, and gtmcrypt_FIPS.

Revision V6.0-003/1 19 February 2014

In “Environment Variables”, improved the description of gtm_nocenable.

Revision V6.0-003 27 January 2014
Revision V6.0-001 27 February 2013
Revision V6.0-000/1 21 November 2012
  • In “Environment Variables”, added the description of the environment variables gtm_tprestart_log_delta, gtm_tprestart_log_first, gtm_tpnotacidtime, and gtm_zmaxtptime.

  • Added a note which states that the environment variable gtm_log is ignored from V6.0-000 onwards.

Revision V6.0-000 19 October 2012 In “Environment Variables”, added the description of the environment variable gtm_custom_errors.
Revision V5.5-000/11 05 October 2012 In “Environment Variables”, added the description of the environment variable GTMXC_gpgagent.
Revision V5.5-000/5 17 July 2012 Corrected the description of the environment variable gtm_non_block_write_retries to include the PIPE write behavior.
Revision V5.5-000/1 5 March 2012 Updated for V5.5-000.
Revision V5.4-002B 24 October 2011 Conversion to documentation revision history reflecting GT.M releases with revision history for each chapter.

Table of Contents

GT.M Environment Setup
gtmprofile
gtmcshrc
gtmbase
gdedefaults
gtm
Environment Variables
Configuring and operating GT.M with Unicode® support (optional)
M mode and UTF-8 mode
Compiling ICU
Starting GT.M
Configuring huge pages for GT.M x86[-64] on Linux
Using huge pages
Configuring the Restriction facility
ZSYSTEM and PIPE OPEN command restriction facility
Audit Principal Device restriction facility