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1 LOGOUT

Terminates an interactive terminal session. Format LOGOUT 2 Qualifiers /BRIEF Prints a brief logout message (process name, date, and time) or a full logout message (a brief message plus accounting statistics). /FULL Requests the long form of the logout message. When you specify the /FULL qualifier, the command interpreter displays a summary of accounting information for the terminal session. The default qualifier for a batch job is /FULL. /HANGUP /HANGUP /NOHANGUP Determines, for dialup terminals, whether the phone hangs up whenever you log out. By default, the setting of the /HANGUP qualifier for your terminal port determines whether the line is disconnected. Your system manager determines whether you are permitted to use this qualifier. 2 Examples 1.$ LOGOUT HIGGINS logged out at 14-DEC-1994 17:48:56.73 In this example, the LOGOUT command uses the default brief message form. No accounting information is displayed. 2.$ LOGOUT/FULL HIGGINS logged out at 14-DEC-1994 14:23:45.30 Accounting information: Buffered I/O count: 22 Peak working set size: 90 Direct I/O count: 10 Peak virtual size: 69 Page faults: 68 Mounted volumes: 0 Charged CPU time: 0 00:01:30.50 Elapsed time: 0 04:59:02.63 Charged vector CPU time: 0 00:00:21.62 In this example, the LOGOUT command with the /FULL qualifier displays a summary of accounting statistics for the terminal session.

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