Michael, We have had this happen a couple of time (Domino R6.5 on v5r2) with the following results... 1) Try to end the Domino server with the ENDDOMSVR command, if that fails, 2) Attempt to end the Domino server with the ENDDOMSVR command and specify the OPTION(*IMMED) option, if that fails, 3) Attempt to end the subsystem running Domino with the ENDSBS command, if that fails, 4) Attempt to end the subsystem running Domino with the ENDSBS command and specify the OPTION(*IMMED) option. On occasion, if these 4 options do not properly shut down the Domino server, you may need to IPL the system. We spent a good bit of time with an IBM support tech trying to figure out why it would hang up so bad that we could not even end the subsystem. BTW, if you cannot end the subsystem, you will most likely not be able to power down the system controlled, but instead need to execute a PWRDWNSYS OPTION(*IMMED). I know this may sound a bit extreme, but it only reflects our experience. Good Luck. Thank you, Keith Blazek MIS Coordinator "Michael Naughton" <michael_naughton@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 09/23/2004 01:16:02 PM: > Yes (several times) > > Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 <domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: > > > > > > > > > >Did you do an enddomsvr server-name *immed?? > > > > > > > >Steve Jones > > > Mike Naughton > Senior Programmer/Analyst > Judd Wire, Inc. > 124 Turnpike Road > Turners Falls, MA 01376 > 413-863-4357 x444 > mnaughton@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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