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LOGOUT is a DCL command that terminates an interactive terminal session.




  • /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 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.