Jim, would this work whether it was a lan console/remote 5250 via HMC or on
the HMC with access to the master console.
On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 2:34 PM, Jim Oberholtzer<
> Sign off Interactive users does just that. It does not necessarily
> result in a restricted state. You can get all of the subsystems to stop
> by using the "Subsystems to process" Option 9 from the control groups
> menu (WRKCTLGBRM) but that will simply stop and optionally start the
> subsystems you put in there. If you put *ALL in there it claims to take
> it to a restricted state and is intended for restricted state operations
> such as *SAVSYS save. If you do that remember to set the restart so
> the control group will restart the controlling subsystem when it ends.
> I have not tried that specifically (all my comments are based on V7)
> SBMJOB(*CONSOLE) will allow the system into a restricted state as long
> as the console monitor job has been started (Option 20 from the BRMS
> menu). More importantly it will do it unattended while you sleep. You
> can also get a restricted state by submitting the back up job to the
> controlling subsystem but I am not a big fan of that since you will not
> have any access to the console until the job finishes and restarts
> You best option is SBMJOB(*CONSOLE) after starting the console job.
> Jim Oberholtzer
> Chief Technical Architect
> Agile Technology Architects
> On 1/17/2013 9:45 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
> > What causes restricted state in BRMS? Is it SBMJOB(*CONSOLE)? Or is it> if
> > the BRMS control group says "Sign off interactive users . . . . . . .> *YES?"
> >> . .
> > For example, this statement in a job scheduler:
> > STRBKUBRM CTLGRP(BLAHBLAH) SBMJOB(*CONSOLE)
> > If BRMS control group BLAHBLAH says "Sign off interactive users . . . .
> > . *NO" will restricted state be entered or not?> --
> > -- Jeff Crosby VP Information Systems UniPro FoodService/Dilgard P.O.
> > Box 13369 Ft. Wayne, IN 46868-3369 260-422-7531www.dilgardfoods.com
> > The opinions expressed are my own and not necessarily the opinion of
> > my company. Unless I say so.
> > --
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