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The V5R2 Memo to Users has a section on QAUTOVRT and indicates that non-0
values will now be enforced for Telnet and Virtual Terminal Manager APIs.
This is probably the change you are thinking of.

Bruce Vining



                                                                           
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James,

Awhile back I was less than impressed with the QAUTO... series of system
values.  To me it looked like the system ignored these and did a command
'under-the-covers' to create devices and thus it didn't count as an
auto-anything.  However when I stated so I took quite a trouncing on this
list.  Perhaps this explains it.  Maybe on the earlier versions of OS it
was poorly implemented.   And then on the newer versions it actually
worked as intended.

Rob Berendt
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On one of our customers' systems (a V5R2 box), we've found
that the Telnet server is running into some sort of brick
wall when creating new named devices, throwing CPF87D7s
("Cannot automatically select virtual device/The VTM/FM
cannot automatically select . . .")in the QSYSOPR *MSGQ.
They have QAUTOCFG and QAUTORMT turned on, and QAUTOVRT
set at 99.

The obvious hypothesis is that QAUTOVRT is being exceeded,
which is supported by the fact that they've got a whole
bunch of named and QPADEVxxxx devices sitting around, many
of them varied off.

The weirdest part is that if I try and exceed the QAUTOVRT
on our V4R5 box (albeit through the secured Telnet server,
since we have the unsecured one disabled on that box), it
just keeps going, defining one whole series well beyond
the limit, and continuing to define virtual devices even
if I set QAUTOVRT down to 10, well below the number we
have defined.

So I tried our V4R4 box (which does have the unsecured
Telnet server enabled), and it still gleefully creates
named devices.


Can anybody explain what the #%!! is going on here? Where
else I should be looking?

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