Figure 22 is a sample of a tableSPACE report for a local TSR. The report can be generated for any number of strobe cycles; this example shows three strobe cycles with STROBE set to 5). Note that each strobe shows the CALL COUNT value incremented by 5.
The report has a header and then fields that detail each strobe cycle. The information for each strobe cycle has the same format. The last section of the report provides details on each table that is open at the end of the strobe interval, its usage, and status in the TSR.
Figure 23 is a sample of a tableSPACE report in minute intervals for a VTSTSR using STROBEMETHOD=3. This example shows three strobe cycles with STROBE set to 5. Note that each strobe shows the TIME OF STROBE value incremented by 5 minutes.
The rest of the report is similar to that for a local TSR. Table 16 describes each field of the report.
Section 
Field name 
Contains 

Header information 
tableSPACE Region name 
LOCAL_DS if strobe is for a local TSR. VTSTSR name if the strobe is for a VTSTSR 
TSR Region start 
The date and time that the TSR Region started 

TSR size 
The size in bytes of the TSR 

Strobe interval 
The strobe interval for the region 

Start of strobe 
Strobe number 
The strobe number for which the following information is being written 
Time of strobe 
The date and time at which the statistics were captured for this strobe 

Call count 
The total number of tableBASE calls that have been made at the end of this strobe interval. Only calls that reference the TSR are counted (calls such as BN, LS, ML, CS, and LL are not counted). The call count can accomodate up to 13 digits (maximum value of 9999,999,999,999). 

TSR used 
The amount of TSR that is in use at the end of the strobe interval 

TSR used HWM 
The high water mark is the maximum amount of tableSPACE used up to now 

Length of open tables 
The total size of all open tables in the TSR at the end of the strobe interval. The length field can accomodate up to 11 digits (maximum value of 99,999,999,999). 

Length of tables HWM 
The highwater mark is the maximum size of all open tables in the TSR at any time since the region has been active. The length field can accomodate up to 11 digits (maximum value of 99,999,999,999). 

Number of open tables 
The total number of all open tables in the TSR at the end of the strobe interval (note that this value may not match the number of tables listed, due to the use of subtasking in performance data collection) 

Number of tables HWM 
The highwater mark is the maximum number of all open tables in the TSR at any time since the region has been active 

Open tables 
Table name 
The name of the table occupying that position in the TSR. 
Access 
R for read or W for write 

Length 
The number of bytes in the table. The length field can accomodate up to 11 digits (maximum value of 99,999,999,999). 

Reads 
The number of reads in this TSR. The number of reads can be up to 13 digits (maximum value of 9999,999,999,999). 

Updates 
The number of inserts, deletes, or replaces in this TSR. The number of updates can be up to 13 digits (maximum value of 9999,999,999,999). 

Total accesses 
The sum of Reads and Updates. The total accesses can be up to 13 digits (maximum value of 9999,999,999,999). 
For further information on the use of the tableSPACE Report and the STROBE parameter, see the tableBASE Programming Guide.