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Kernel System Parameters (8989.3)

This file holds the site parameters for this installation of the Kernel. It will have only one entry – the domain name of the installation site. Some parameters are defined by the systems manager during the installation process. These include Agence, volume set multiple, Default parameters. Others may be edited subsequent to installation. Spooling, response time, and audit parameters may be established. Priorities may be set for interactive users and for TaskMan. Defaults for fields such as timed read, auto menu, and ask device are defined for use when not otherwise specified for a user or device.

Global: ^XTV(8989.3,

Domain: Non-Clinical

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Number
  number
.001 Used to have VA fileman only have one entry in the file. IEN    
Domain Name
  domain_name
.01 This is the name of this installation of the kernel, as it is known
to the rest of the network. It must appear in the DOMAIN file.
This name applies to all CPUs or Volume sets which access this ^XMB
global.
POINTER INDEXED
REQUIRED
Domain-4_2
Irm Mail Group
  irm_mail_group
.02 This field holds the name of the Mail Group that should get messages or
bulletns about problems on the system.
STRING REQUIRED  
After Hours Mail Group
  after_hours_mail_group
.03 This field holds the name of a mail group that should get messages and
bulletins after hours or on weekends and holidays.
STRING    
Mixed Os
  mixed_os
.05 This field tells Kernel that this is a MIXED OS environment.
This is only supported on a Cache ECP client/server setup.
The PRIMARY OS is VMS and the SECONDARY OS is non-VMS.
ENUMERATION   VMS/Linux: 1
No: 0
Local Tmp
  local_tmp
.07 Set this field to Yes if ^TMP, ^UTILITY, and ^XUTL(“XQ”) are local to
each node in a multi-node system as in Cache. Set it to No if everything
is clustered together.
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Agency Code
  agency_code
9 This field defines what agency uses this computer. It sets a flag which
may be accessed by application programs which need to know this information.
For example, a scheduling program may operate one way in an Air Force
environment, and another in a VA environment.
ENUMERATION   VA: V
EHR: E
ARMY: ARMY
IHS: I
AIR FORCE: AF
OTHER: O
NAVY: N
COAST GUARD: USCG
Routine Monitoring
  routine_monitoring
9.8 This field controls how the routine monitoring program behaves.
Weather to look at all routines or just selected name spaces.
ENUMERATION   All: a
Selected: s
No: n
Routine N-space To Monitor
  routine_nspace_to_monitor
9.81   STRING    
Auto-generate Access Codes
  autogenerate_access_codes
11 If this field is set to YES, then the user will not be allowed to
choose their ACCESS CODE - it will be assigned for them.
BOOLEAN   false: y
true: n
Auto-generate Verify Codes
  autogenerate_verify_codes
11.2 During the C&A review of VistA the current practice of leaving the VERIFY
CODE blank until the user signed on the first time was found to not comply
with VA DIRECTIVE 6504.

This field will be used when someone other than the user goes to enter a
verify code. The system will select a strong verify code and tell the
operator what the new code is.
BOOLEAN   false: y
true: n
User Characteristics Template
  user_characteristics_template
12 This field contains the name of the input template to be used for the
EDIT USER CHARACTERISTIC option. If there is a ScreenMan form with the
same name it will be used, terminal type permitting. If it is left blank,
the XUEDIT CHARACTERISTICS template will be used. You may want to define
different fields. The TERMINAL TYPE question is asked before the template
is called.
POINTER   Input_Template-_402
Academic Affiliation Waiver
  academic_affiliation_waiver
13 The VA Handbook 6500 page 60 requires:
6. POLICY AND PROCEDURES, c. Technical Controls,
(2) Logical Access Controls.
d. Accounts are automatically disabled if inactive for 30 days.

The Office of Academic Affiliation requested a waiver to the 30 day
disabling of inactive accounts asking it be 90 days and this waiver was
approved.

This field controls if the VA Handbook 6500 30 day limit is used or the
site has an Academic Affiliation and the 90 day limit is to be used.

There is a copy of the waiver attached to Remedy Ticket 283028.
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Option Audit
  option_audit
19 This field indicates what should be audited between the ‘Initiate Audit’
date and ‘Terminate Audit’ date fields. The ‘Option to Audit’ Subfile
along with the ‘Namespace to Audit’ Subfile hold the lists of specific
options that would be audited (choosing “s”). The ‘User to Audit’
ENUMERATION   NO AUDIT: n
ALL OPTIONS AUDITED: a
SPECIFIC OPTIONS AUDITED: s
USERS AUDITED: u
Option To Audit
  option_to_audit
19.1 This subfile holds a list of options to audit. POINTER   Option-19
Namespace To Audit
  namespace_to_audit
19.2 This subfile holds a list of namespaces to audit. STRING    
User To Audit
  user_to_audit
19.3 This subfile holds a list of users to audit. POINTER   New_Person-200
Initiate Audit
  initiate_audit
19.4 This field indicates the date when an audit will begin. The ‘Option
‘Audit’ Field defines the nature of the audit that will be performed.
Auditing will only be done if there is both a ‘Initiate Audit’ and
‘Terminate Audit’ data.
DATE-TIME    
Terminate Audit
  terminate_audit
19.5 This field indicates when the audit will end. The start date is
set in the ‘Initiate Audit’ Field.
DATE-TIME    
New Person Identifiers
  new_person_identifiers
21 This field holds MUMPS code to set the variable DR to the string of fields
(Not a template) to be used as Identifiers when adding entries to the NEW
PERSON file.

#9 (SSN) is required if the user does not hold the XUSPF200 key.

These fields can be added to by the application.
STRING    
Ccow Token Timeout
  ccow_token_timeout
30.1 This field holds the value for how long a CCOW token is good for in
seconds. When the current time is greater that the CCOW token create time
plus the timeout seconds, the CCOW token will no longer be valid. If this
value is too small (short) users will be frustrated that the SSO part
doesn’t work. If the value is too large (Long) there is a chance that it
could be used to break into the system. A default value of 5400 (1.5
hours) will be used.
NUMERIC    
Max Spool Lines Per User
  max_spool_lines_per_user
31.1 This field holds the MAX number of lines of spooled output any user may
spool. If the user has more that this number then they will not be allowed
to spool any more until some of their spooled documents are deleted. This
only controls the granting of new spool documents and doesn’t terminate a
the number of lines that will be transfered into the spool data file.
Recommended value 9999.
NUMERIC    
Max Spool Documents Per User
  max_spool_documents_per_user
31.2 This field limits the number of spooled documents that any user
may have on the system.
Recommended value 10-100.
NUMERIC    
Max Spool Document Life-span
  max_spool_document_lifespan
31.3 This field controls the number of days that a spooled document will
be allowed to remain in the spooler before deletion by the XU-SPL-PURGE
option that needs to be setup to run in the background.
NUMERIC    
Alpha/beta Test Package
  alpha_beta_test_package
32 This multiple field is used to identify any packages which are currently
in alpha or beta test at the site.
OBJECT   Alpha_beta_Test_Package-8989_332
Alpha,beta Test Option
  alphabeta_test_option
33 This is a multiple field which is used to keep a log of usage of the
options associated with an alpha or beta test of a package based on the
namespace(s) indicated for the alpha or beta test package.
OBJECT   Alphabeta_Test_Option-8989_333
Volume Set
  volume_set
41 This is the set of all CPU names in this domain. OBJECT   Volume_Set-8989_304
Dns Ip
  dns_ip
51 This field holds the IP addresses of the DNS(s) that XLFNSLK will use.
Data must be in the form of nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn To list more that one separate
them with commas (,).
STRING    
Pki Server
  pki_server
53.1 This field holds one to three IP addresses for the PKI servers for this
site. Each IP address is separated by comas.
Example: 127.0.0.1,PKI.fo-oakland.domain.ext
STRING    
Path To Mwapi Bitmaps
  path_to_mwapi_bitmaps
101 NA STRING    
Security Token Service
  security_token_service
200.1 When using brokered authentication with a security token issued by a Security Token Service (STS), this field will contain the identification of the issuer of the token. The STS is trusted by both the client and the service to provide interoperable security tokens. Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) tokens are standards-based XML tokens that are used to exchange security information, including attribute statements, authentication decision statements, and authorization decision statements. They can be used as part of a Single Sign-On (SSO) solution allowing a client to talk to services running on disparate technologies. STRING    
Organization
  organization
200.2 Identity and Access Management ORGANIZATION field used to identify the Organization of this VistA instance. For internally authenticated users, this field will match the SUBJECT ORGANIZATION field (#205.2) of the user identified in the NEW PERSON file (#200). For the VA, this field should always contain the value: “Department Of Veterans Affairs” STRING    
Organization Id
  organization_id
200.3 Identity and Access Management ORGANIZATION ID field used to uniquely identify the Organization of this VistA instance. For internally authenticated users, this field will match the SUBJECT ORGANIZATION ID field (#205.3) of the user identified in the NEW PERSON file (#200). For the VA, this field should always contain the value: “urn:oid:2.16.840.1.113883.4.349” STRING    
Default # Of Attempts
  default_number_of_attempts
202 This is the default number of attempts that a user may try to sign-on
before the device is locked. This field is overridden by a similar field
in the DEVICE File. This means that during sign-on the checks against the
device file for OUT OF SERVICE, SECURITY, and PROHIBITED TIMES FOR SIGN-ON
will be skipped.
The maximum value (5) is set by the VA INFORMATION SYSTEM ACCOUNT AND
PASSWORD MANAGEMENT POLICY.
NUMERIC    
Default Lock-out Time
  default_lockout_time
203 This is the default time in seconds that a locked device must be idle
before another sign-on attempt will be allowed. This time is overridden
by a similar field in the DEVICE File. This means that during sign-on the
checks against the device file for OUT OF SERVICE, SECURITY, and
PROHIBITED TIMES FOR SIGN-ON will be skipped.
The minimum value is set by the VA INFORMATION SYSTEM ACCOUNT AND PASSWORD
MANAGEMENT POLICY.
NUMERIC    
Default Multiple Sign-on
  default_multiple_signon
204 This is the default value for whether users may sign-on at more
than one terminal at a time. It is overridden by similar fields
in the DEVICE and NEW PERSON Files. If you select “Only one IP” be sure to
put a value into the “MULTIPLE SIGN-ON LIMIT” field so users can sign-on
at least once.
Current Values
0 = Multiple signon not allowed.
1 = Multiple signon Allowed.
2 = Multiple sign only allowed from one IP address.
ENUMERATION   YES: 1
Only one IP: 2
NO: 0
Ask Device Type At Sign-on
  ask_device_type_at_signon
205 This is the default for whether a user/terminal should be asked for their
terminal type at sign-on. This is overridden by a similar field in the
DEVICE and NEW PERSON Files.

terminals DEVICE ATTRIBUTES message, if it is a know one then the
terminal type is set to this. Otherwise the user is prompted.

If set to NO then the one from the Last Sign-on field or device subtype
will will be used.
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Default Auto-menu
  default_automenu
206 This is the default for whether auto-menu is turned ON or OFF.
It is overridden by similar fields in the DEVICE and NEW PERSON Files.
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Default Language
  default_language
207 This field points to the default language that is used by the
site. The value can be replaced by a language field in the
New Person file (200.07).
POINTER   Language-_85
Default Type-ahead
  default_typeahead
209 This is the default as to whether or not Type-Ahead is allowed.
It is overridden by similar fields in the DEVICE and NEW PERSON Files.
BOOLEAN   false: Y
true: N
Default Timed-read (seconds)
  default_timedread_seconds
210 This is the default time-out for all READs and is overridden by
similar fields in the DEVICE and NEW PERSON Files.
NUMERIC    
Bypass Device Lock-out
  bypass_device_lockout
211 Setting this field to YES will cause all device lock-out checking to be
bypassed. This means that during sign-on the checks against the device
file for OUT OF SERVICE, SECURITY, and PROHIBITED TIMES FOR SIGN-ON will
be skipped. Can be overridden by the PERFORM DEVICE CHECKING field in the
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Reserved
  reserved
212 ** This field is NO longer used. ** BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Device To Audit
  device_to_audit
212.1 If device auditing is activated, This holds a list of devises that
are to be audited.
POINTER   Device-3_5
Failed Access Attempt Audit
  failed_access_attempt_audit
212.5 This field indicates whether an audit log is to be generated for failed
access attempts. Audits can be done for all devices or specified devices
only. Recording of what is entered is optional.
ENUMERATION   NO AUDIT: N
SPECIFIED DEVICES/NO TEXT RECORDED: D
ALL DEVICES/NO TEXT RECORDED: A
SPECIFIED DEVICES/TEXT RECORDED: DR
ALL DEVICES/TEXT RECORDED: AR
Reserved
  reserved-213
213 This field is reserved for future use.
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Lifetime Of Verify Code
  lifetime_of_verify_code
214 This is the number of days that a VERIFY code remains valid.
After this time the user must choose a new VERIFY code.
NUMERIC REQUIRED  
Interactive User's Priority
  interactive_users_priority
216 This field will change the priority of interactive users on the system
at sign-on time. There is a danger that using this field will
cause the users to have poor response time from the computer.
NUMERIC    
Default Institution
  default_institution
217 This field is used to define a default institution that will be assigned
as the user’s institution (DUZ(2)) for any user that doesn’t have one.

Other Developers are allowed to get this data directly from the
POINTER REQUIRED Institution-4
Default Auto Sign-on
  default_auto_signon
218 This field will control the Auto Sign-on (Single Sign-on) feature.

To completely turn off this feature for all users: set to DISABLED.
To allow only selected users: set to No.
To allow ALL but selected users: set to Yes.

The Yes and No values can be over ridden by the AUTO SIGN-ON field in the
New Person file.
Use of this feature impacts user connecting via Telnet and the Broker.
ENUMERATION   Disabled: d
Yes: 1
No: 0
Default Multiple Sign-on Limit
  default_multiple_signon_limit
219 This field sets an upper limit on the number of concurrent sessions that
one user can have from one IP address when the Multiple Sign-on field
(#204) is set to “One IP”
NUMERIC    
Broker Activity Timeout
  broker_activity_timeout
230 This field controls how long the Broker server waits (in seconds) for some
activity from the client. Its value is passed to client applications
compiled with version 1.1*6 and above of the Broker. The client
application will contact (“poll”) the server at an interval based on this
field’s value to let the server know it is still there. If a client stops
polling the server, the server knows that the client process has
terminated. The “ghost” server job is therefore stopped, enabling locks
and other resources to be freed. A small timeout value in this field
creates more server and network activity. A large value leaves ghost jobs
on the server longer.
We recommend setting it to a value of 180 seconds as a good compromise.
NUMERIC    
Gui Post Sign-on
  gui_post_signon
231 This field will control if the POST SIGN-ON message is sent to the GUI
client. If it is sent then the GUI client should display the message
before allowing the user to continue.
ENUMERATION   Send/Show: 1
Don't Send/Show: 0
Intro Message
  intro_message
240 This field holds the text that is initially displayed at signon, before
the prompt for access code or other checking.
STRING    
Post Sign-in Message
  post_signin_message
245 This field holds the text that is displayed after the user has
successfully passed the signon.
STRING    
Peer Systems
  peer_systems
250 This field holds a list of IP addresses that the GETPEER function will
not pass back from the API.
It is set to 127.0.0.1 by default.
STRING    
Log Resource Usage?
  log_resource_usage
300
This Yes/No field is used to indicate whether resource usage data such as
CPU seconds, DIO, BIO, etc. will be collected in ^XUCP(. If this field is
set to “YES”, every time a user goes in and out of an option and each time
recorded.
BOOLEAN   false: N
true: Y
Primary Hfs Directory
  primary_hfs_directory
320 This field holds a Primary (default) directory path to be used whenever a
HOST file is referenced and a Directory is not included.
Example: Cache/VMS might have USER$:[TEMP]
Cache/NT might have T:\TEMP<br/> Cache/Linux might have /var/tmp/
If this field is left blank then HOST files that don’t have an explicit
directory path will go to the current processes working directory.
STRING    
Secondary Hfs Directory
  secondary_hfs_directory
320.2 This field holds the secondary HFS directory path. STRING    
Facility Iso
  facility_iso
321.01 This field holds a pointer to the facility Information Security Officer in
the NEW PERSON file (#200).
POINTER   New_Person-200
Facility Cio
  facility_cio
321.02 This field holds a pointer to the facility CIO in the NEW PERSON file
(#200)
POINTER   New_Person-200
Ip Security On
  ip_security_on
405.1 This field turns on or off the IP security “Three strikes and you are
out” code.
BOOLEAN   false: y
true: n
Failed Attempts Limit - Irm
  failed_attempts_limit__irm
405.12 This field holds the value of how many Failed Attempts must be counted by
the XUSFACHK routine before a message is sent to the IRM during normal
business hours (8:00 am to 4:30 pm). This can be change by the value in
the TOTAL COUNT INCREASE field.
NUMERIC    
Failed Attempts Limit - Aod
  failed_attempts_limit__aod
405.13 This field holds the value of how many Failed Attempts must be counted by
the XUSFACHK routine before a message is sent to the AOD during after
hours (4:30 pm to 8:00 am). This can be changed by the value in the
TOTAL COUNT INCREASE field.
NUMERIC    
User Locking
  user_locking
405.14 This field controls if Users are locked out of the system because
of exceeding the limit on bad attempts.
The ACCESS code must be correct so we can identify the user, and it is
just the VERIFY code that is being entered wrong.
BOOLEAN   false: y
true: n
Last Run Failed Attempts Check
  last_run_failed_attempts_check
405.15 This field holds the date time of the last run of the FAILED ATTEMPTS
checking routine (XUSFACHK).
This field is filled in by the routine and doesn’t need user entry.
DATE-TIME    
Default Ts Slack
  default_ts_slack
405.16 This field holds a default value for how many times in 10 minutes a
Terminal Server can have a sign-on failure (entries in the FAILED ACCESS
ATTEMPTS LOG) before it is locked. A default value is 2 is used if no
value is entered.
NUMERIC    
Keep Threshold
  keep_threshold
405.17 This field holds the number of Failed Access Attempts in the current
sample period that will cause the count to be saved for the next sample
period. This is used by the routine XUSFACHK and the value will need to
be smaller for a more frequent running and larger for less frequent
running.
A starting value could be 10 if XUSFACHK is scheduled to run every 30
minutes.
NUMERIC    
Total Count Increase
  total_count_increase
405.18 This field holds the value to be added to the IRM or AOD limits.
If the total number of Failed Access Attempts in the sample period
is greater than the IRM (or AOD) limit plus the TOTAL COUNT INCREASE
then it will trigger the sending of the failed attempts message.
NUMERIC    
Terminal Server Ip
  terminal_server_ip
405.2   OBJECT   Terminal_Server_Ip-8989_305
Production
  production
501 This field holds a flag to indicate if this is a Production account.
It is a Yes/No flag with internal values of 1 = Yes, 0 = No.
It is set by the system after comparing the System ID with the current
System ID, at some point in the future will be checked against a master
system.
BOOLEAN REQUIRED false: 1
true: 0
System Id
  system_id
502 This field holds the SYSTEM ID, if this is a production system.
This value is compared with the current system value and at some point
in the future will be checked against a master system.
STRING    
Sid Last Checked
  sid_last_checked
503 This field holds the date/time that the SID was last checked.
If the SID has not been compared with the stored one today a full check
will be done, otherwise the PROD api will just return the current value.
DATE-TIME    
Logical Disk Name
  logical_disk_name
504 This field holds a logical disk name that is stored in the cache cpf file
for client system in a ECP client-server setup.
STRING    
Physical Disk
  physical_disk
505 This field hold the Physical disk name that Cache VMS converts the logical
name(#504) in to.
STRING    
Error Limit
  error_limit
520.1 This field holds the maximum number of a particular error to be recorded
on one day. The count will continue in the ERROR SUMMARY file (#3.077)
field FREQUENCY (#4) even though the error is not recorded in the error
trap. It is used in the $$SCREEN^%ZTER logic to tell the error trap to
skip recording the error.
NUMERIC    
Send Error Summary
  send_error_summary
520.2 This field controls if the error summary routine sends a record to a
consolidating facility when it has finished running.
The mail message is sent to the mail group XTER SUMMARY LOAD.
In the VA this will include the remote entry
G.XTER SUMMARY LOAD@DOMAIN.EXT.
BOOLEAN   false: 1
true: 0
Keep Error Trap
  keep_error_trap
520.3 This field holds the number of days to keep the entries in the Detail
Error Trap.
Defaults to 7 if left blank.
NUMERIC    
Keep Error Summary
  keep_error_summary
520.4 This field holds the number of days to keep the entries in the Error
Trap Summary since they were last seen. Defaults to 90 if left blank.
NUMERIC    
New Person Enumeration Started
  new_person_enumeration_started
900 This field will note when the New Person File (#200) began the VPID
Enumeration Process.
DATE-TIME    
Paid Enumeration Started
  paid_enumeration_started
901 This field will note when the PAID EMPLOYEE (#450) file began the VPID
Enumeration Process.
DATE-TIME    
New Person Enumeration Finish
  new_person_enumeration_finish
902 This field will note when the New Person (#200) file completed the VPID
Enumeration Process.
DATE-TIME    
Paid Enumeration Finish
  paid_enumeration_finish
903 This field will note when the PAID EMPLOYEE (#450) file completed the VPID
Enumeration Process.
DATE-TIME    

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Sub-Files

Alpha/beta Test Package (8989.332)

ID
Alpha_beta_Test_Package-8989_332

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Alpha/beta Test Package
  alpha_beta_test_package
.01 This field identifies a specific package which was installed as an alpha
or beta test of the package.
POINTER INDEXED
REQUIRED
Package-9_4
Date Last Updated
  date_last_updated
.02 This field contains the date on which the alpha or beta test package was
last installed in the account.
DATE-TIME    
Adressee For Usage Reporting
  adressee_for_usage_reporting
.03 This field contains a mail group at a domain to which installation and
option usage messages are sent. This is usually a mail group containing
one or more of the developers of the package at the developing ISC.
STRING    
Version Number
  version_number
.04 This field contains the current version of the Alpha/Beta Test package.
This value is used to label some reports to clarify which version of
the test package they relate to. The entry must contain a number
followed by T or V (to indicate a package in Testing or in Verification)
followed by a number.
STRING    
Date Errors Last Reported
  date_errors_last_reported
.05 This field is used to keep track of the last date on which reporting of
errors back to the developing ISC was performed. The date is used as the
starting date for identification of errors to report.
DATE-TIME    
Package Namespace Or Prefix
  package_namespace_or_prefix
1 This multiple field is used to identify the namespaces or prefixes used
to identify the options and routines associated with the alpha or beta
test package.
OBJECT   Package_Namespace_Or_Prefix-8989_3321

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Package Namespace Or Prefix (8989.3321)

ID
Package_Namespace_Or_Prefix-8989_3321

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Package Namespace Or Prefix
  package_namespace_or_prefix
.01 This field identifies one of the alpha/beta package namespaces. STRING INDEXED
REQUIRED
 
Exclude Namespace Or Prefix
  exclude_namespace_or_prefix
1 This multiple field is used to indicate any specific namespaces or
prefixes which begin with the current namespace or prefix which should
be excluded from analyses for the alpha/beta package. Generally those
namespaces which are immediately followed by the letter ‘Z’ are excluded
STRING    

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Alpha,beta Test Option (8989.333)

ID
Alphabeta_Test_Option-8989_333

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Alpha,beta Test Option
  alphabeta_test_option
.01 This field identifies one option in alpha or beta test package which has
been used since the last package installation.
POINTER REQUIRED Option-19
Accesses Since Last Update
  accesses_since_last_update
.02 This field is a count of the number of accesses to the alpha or beta
test package option identified in field .01 since the last package
installation.
NUMERIC    

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Volume Set (8989.304)

ID
Volume_Set-8989_304

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Volume Set
  volume_set
.01 This is the name of each CPU or VOLUME SET in the domain. STRING INDEXED
REQUIRED
 
Max Signon Allowed
  max_signon_allowed
2 This field defines the maximum number of jobs that XUS or RPC Broker will
allow to sign-on to this VOLUME SET or CPU.
NUMERIC    
Log System Rt?
  log_system_rt
6 Setting this field to YES enables system response time logging,
which will only take place if the necessary code exists in the
application software.
BOOLEAN   false: n
true: y

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Terminal Server Ip (8989.305)

ID
Terminal_Server_Ip-8989_305

Properties

Label/Field Name Field # Description Datatype Attributes Range
Terminal Server Ip
  terminal_server_ip
.01 This field holds the IP addresses of Terminal servers that should get
special treatment from the IP security software.
STRING INDEXED
REQUIRED
 
After Hours Slack
  after_hours_slack
1 This field holds the after hours slack value use to delay locking the
Terminal Server address.
Between the hours of 4:30 pm and 8:00 am, If the FAILED ACCESS ATTEMPTS
LOG has had more entries from this Terminal Server in the last 10 minutes
than the slack value the TS IP address will be locked.
NUMERIC    
Last Time Reset
  last_time_reset
2 This field holds the FileMan date time that the LOCK on this Terminal
Server was last cleared.
DATE-TIME    

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