The Alarm Line Printer program (AMLP) assumes that there is no restriction for the size of the alarm message queue. If the output device is disabled, a virtual memory overflow can result.
You can use the AMLP_MAX_QUEUE global parameter to restrict the size of the alarm message queue.
The Alarm Line Printer program (AMLP) assumes that the time to be printed when an alarm is acknowledged or deleted is the time the alarm was generated.
You can use the AMLP_USE_GEN_TIME global parameter to select whether you want the generation time or the action (acknowledge or delete) time to be printed.
About alarm printer configuration.