Thanks for the clarification Rob, this is something i probably knew at one
time (19xx?) but quickly forgot
when sessions became plentiful.

Thanks for the link too.

John

First, Sys-Req and Attn are two different things. On the old crappy
twinax terminals they were printed on the same key. Simply hitting that

key was attention. Shift and that key was Sys-Req. The difference
being
important to note because there are things like SETATNPGM. If I
remember
a way to limit SysReq, I'll let you know.
Rob Berendt


Step by step instructions follow:

http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ssw_ibm_i_71/rzarl/rzarlsysreq.htm
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