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Scott Ingvaldson
iSeries System Administrator
GuideOne Insurance Group

-----Original Message-----
date: Fri, 27 Jan 2006 10:19:18 -0700
from: Pete Helgren <Pete@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Problem with connection between LPARS

Answers for all posts (thanks!):

Chris:  There are no errors on the target system.  Authority seems not 
to be an issue.

Michael: Yes.  The mode descriptions are the same.

And I guess I am not surprised by those findings since the SAVSYS on the

production side would have copied everything to the development side.

Rob: Hmmm.  The target system descriptions weren't in the directory or 
routing entries (since they were clones of the production system) and, 
more interesting, there aren't any *ANY entries for the development 
partition in the production side or vise a versa, yet the production 
side is still "finding" the development side.

I used CRTCTLAPPC when I created the controller description and it is 
identical, except the object name and description, to the controller on 
the production side.  If I vary off the controller on the production 
side I can no longer pass through to development so I know I have the 
right controller.  On the development side the device description is 
created automatically under the controller I created so I think I have 
that correct as well.


rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

>Those SNA error codes are fun, eh?
>Did you verify CFGDSTSRV options 1 & 2?
>Does WRKDIRE have a valid *ANY entry for the opposite system on each
>You could try deleting the sna controller and device and see if they 
>autocreate.  I've done that.
>Rob Berendt

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