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Re: V6R1 - If the Telnet server is not ended prior to the endingofsubsystems, it might not automatically restart



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I've just been down this road and Jeff's graceful ending of TCP/IP did NOT solve our telnet hang issue on V6R1.

We opened a PMR with IBM and learned that it isn't related to TCP/IP but is a Telnet issue.

We are advised that the likely root cause in our case is a timing issue where TCP/IP is getting started twice. And that was true. Once was in IPLA (see CHGIPLA) and the second was in our QSTRUP pgm. IBM advised that the two startup instances could be stomping on each other.

Aside from that IBM gave pointed us to six PTFs related to this issue that are NOT in any cum or grp PTF package.

Here's the link:

http://www-912.ibm.com/s_dir/slkbase.nsf/ibmscdirect/0B06AE91CFAD02128625749E0047C7BD

Jerry

On 1/4/2013 10:28 AM, Eric Lehti wrote:
Hi Jeff,
Thanks for your recommendation. Eric
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I've found this the most graceful sequence to end - depending on what
you are using it might not make
ENDMSF
ENDHOSTSVR SERVER(*ALL) ENDACTCNN(*DATABASE *FILE)
ENDTCPSVR *ALL
ENDTCP
ENDSBS *ALL
Jeff Carey, MSIT, MBA






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