• Subject: Re: DNNDIRQS question
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 17:28:46 -0500

I question the need for the directory sync.  However, let me state that we are 
not using OV/400 mail for anything so we may be a special case.  We just had 
too many problems with dir sync that we disemboweled it from our system.

I've seen very little that an IPL doesn't end.  In fact I can only think of one 
program that stays running over an IPL.  (Has something to do with receiving 
spool files from remote 400's via the SNDNETSPLF).

I know that this doesn't answer your question.  I hope you get your answer.

What problem are you trying to solve?  Are you finding objects locked when you 
try to perform a backup or something?





gcrane@johansonmfg.com on 12/08/99 05:20:01 PM
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Does the directory sync program make "Exclusive Locks" on particular files?  If
yes, would these locks be removed during an IPL?  Example:  If directory sync
was running during a power down, would a lock still be present at time of power
down that an IPL would not Unlock?





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