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RE: Problem with connection between LPARS



fixed

Are the mode descriptions that are being used the same on both systems?

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Problem with connection between LPARS
> From: Pete Helgren <Pete@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Fri, January 27, 2006 10:40 am
> To: Midrange Mailing List <MIDRANGE-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> 
> I have been trying to sort this one out.  A customer had to rebuild an 
> LPAR (saved the production partition "JCPS400A" and restored it as 
> development "JCPSDEV").  That meant going through and changing some 
> system settings so that we could get the communications between the 
> LPAR's going again.
> 
> Telnet works between systems (both ways).  I can use STRPASTHR from the 
> production side to the Dev side and I can use SAVRSTLIB from production 
> to dev.  The problem is that I can't use STRPASTHR from the dev side to 
> the production side or SAVRSTLIB from dev to production.
> 
> I looked at the APPC controller definitions and the communications 
> entries and I am not seeing the problem.
> 
> Job log shows the following on SAVRSTLIB:
> Ownership of object TXIDQ in QTEMP type *USRQ changed.
> Ownership of object RESPQ in QTEMP type *USRQ changed.
> APPC failure. Failure code is X'0009000000000000'.   
> An error occurred during the SAVRSTLIB operation.    
> An error occurred during the SAVRSTLIB operation.    
> 
> Job log shows the following on STRPASTHR:
>  APPC failure. Failure code is X'68268004000032FE'
>  APPC failure. Failure code is X'68268004000032FE'
> 
> QSYSOPR shows:
> 
> BIND sense code X'80040000' received for mode QSOCCT device JCPS400A
> Session maximum not established for mode QSOCCT device JCPS400A.   
> All sessions ended for device JCPS400A.                            
> APPN session timed out following device selection.                 
> 
> I looked up both APPC error codes and didn't get much helpful 
> information.  I am missing something simple, I am sure.  Any guesses 
> what the likely cuprit is?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Pete Helgren
> 
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