The Error Log Viewer (ELV) utility allows you to quickly examine, from the command line, an error log file in a user-readable format before deciding whether the data warrants a more comprehensive analysis with a tool such as the System Event Analyzer. ELV is particularly useful with error logs created on systems with newer devices or on newer systems such as most of the DS, ES, and GS series. ELV can also be used with error logs created on some older systems or on systems equipped with older devices. ELV provides detailed information for all error log events of the following types: o Bugchecks o Volume mounts and dismounts o Correctable error throttling notifications o Software parameters o Control entries: - Indictment events - System service messages - Network messages - Operator messages - ERRLOG.SYS created - Time stamps - System startup messages ELV provides detailed information for some error log events of the following types: o Machine checks o Device errors o Device timeouts o Asynchronous device attentions o Logged messages o Logged MSCP messages To invoke ELV, enter ANALYZE/ERROR_LOG/ELV. For complete help on the ANALYZE/ERROR_LOG/ELV command, enter HELP ANALYZE/ERROR_LOG/ELV at the DCL prompt.