If your system is like mine you might find an auto start job in the QSYSWRK
subsystem for ZendSvr. It took me a while to find this, as I wanted to
control when the ZendSvr subsystem was started and ended. Mine is the last
one in the list and looks like:
Job Job Description Library
ZS_STR_SBS ZSVRIPLD ZENDSVR
You can leave or remove as needed for your system.
I have the following commands in my CL programs that shut down or start up
servers on a nightly basis:
/*‚ End the Zend Server subsystem €*/
ENDSBS SBS(ZENDSVR) DELAY(60)
I run a delay job command here to allow all the servers to end before doing
/*‚ Restart the Zend Server subsystem €*/
Western Power Sports.
On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 1:25 PM, Robert Clay <zreclay@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I can't get anything to go through to the web400 list so I'm posting
here in hopes that someone will be able to help.
I've installed Zend today on a V6.1.0 LPAR.
There are options for starting/stopping the ZEND subsystems on the
ZSMENU but I'd like to be able to accomplish these tasks in a program.
ENDSBS SBS(ZENDDBI) OPTION(*IMMED)
ENDSBS SBS(ZENDSVR6) OPTION(*IMMED)
but I'm curious as to whether this will work effectively. Is there a
specific user profile or JobD or anything else that should be referenced?
Thanks in advance for any information,
"Contrariwise, if it was so, it might be; and if it were so, it would
be; but as it isn't, it ain't. That's logic."--Tweedledee
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