HP OpenVMS DCL Dictionary
Terminates an interactive terminal session.
You must use the LOGOUT command to end a terminal session. Under most
circumstances, if you turn the power off at your terminal or hang up
your telephone connection without using the LOGOUT command, you remain
When you use the SET HOST command to log in to a remote processor, you
generally need to use the LOGOUT command to end the remote session.
Prints a brief logout message (process name, date, and time) or a full
logout message (a brief message plus accounting statistics).
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.
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.
GILLINGS logged out at 05-JUN-2001 17:48:56.73
In this example, the LOGOUT command uses the default brief message
form. No accounting information is displayed.
GUZMAN logged out at 05-JUN-2001 14:23:45.30
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.