It depends. The cover letter says to apply then restart your application.
In my case it was the IBM Intrusion Detection that was not sending email
messages. To restart the QSYSARB and get the email messages, I had to
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On Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 12:51 PM, James H. H. Lampert <
On 8/4/14 11:28 AM, CRPence wrote:
Probably best to apply the supersede. Reviewing SI51172 shows
[contrary to above supersede info] that the current supersede is SI53118
for APAR SE58912; that APAR correctly includes the message in symptom
string keyword form [abstract: TCPIP-SMTP-MSGCPD0193 MCH1001 ...], there
is no mention [too typical] of the service program name :-( or names
that might be expected to appear. In such situations one would expect
the PSP to be updated, and that APAR SE58912 would be marked HIPer with
its PTF as supersede to prevent the defect [defective PTF] condition.
Does the defective PTF require an IPL to remove it?
Does the superseding PTF require an IPL to install it?
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