Jerry, 

QTEMP is critical to every job running on an iSeries. I would not mess 
with it.

Domino sure does use QTEMP for all of its batch jobs, along with just 
about everything else. Outfiles, Data areas etc.

If you would like to see what is in QTEMP for Domino run this command for 
the domino SERVER JOB.  You would also need to do this for every other JOB 
as well. 

RUNJOBCMD JOBNAME(SERVER) JOBUSER(QNOTES) JOBNUMBER(123456) 
COMMAND('DSPOBJD OBJ(QTEMP/*ALL) OBJTYPE(*ALL) OUTPUT(*PRINT)') 

This will output a spoof file under the QNOTES profile. 

It would be more trouble to change Domino and associated software, BRMS, 
Virus scanners, anything JAVA etc.

You may want to try changing the Job Queue for the vendor product. 

I suggest you call the Vendor for Support. 

Sean 


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date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 08:18:48 -0400
from: GKern@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Does Domino use QTEMP?

One of my programmers had an error yesterday with a vendor product (DBU) 
for which their response was that QTEMP should be in the system part of 
the library list. To me that was a red flag statement. One of the other 
programmers decided to move QTEMP to the system library list and we found 
out this AM that Domino wouldn't start. This programmer also claims that 
QTEMP isn't always required with all jobs. I thought every job on an 
iSeries had an associated QTEMP? And finally does anyone know if Domino 
requires QTEMP for any of its internal processing? 

Regards, Jerry

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subject: Re: Does Domino use QTEMP?

QTEMP is in my USER section of LIBL for Domino jobs. From my 
understanding, ever job does have it's own QTEMP. I can't verify that 
Domino uses QTEMP, though, for actual processing.

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> One of my programmers had an error yesterday with a vendor product (DBU) 


> for which their response was that QTEMP should be in the system part of 
> the library list. To me that was a red flag statement. One of the other 
> programmers decided to move QTEMP to the system library list and we 
found 
> out this AM that Domino wouldn't start. This programmer also claims that 


> QTEMP isn't always required with all jobs. I thought every job on an 
> iSeries had an associated QTEMP? And finally does anyone know if Domino 
> requires QTEMP for any of its internal processing? 
> 
> Regards, Jerry
> 
> Gerald Kern
> IBM Certified AS/400 RPG IV Developer & RPG IV Programmer
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message: 3
date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 08:27:06 -0400
from: Mark Phippard <MarkP@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Does Domino use QTEMP?

domino400-bounces+markp=softlanding.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 07/08/2005 
08:18:48 AM:

> One of my programmers had an error yesterday with a vendor product (DBU) 


> for which their response was that QTEMP should be in the system part of 
> the library list. To me that was a red flag statement. One of the other 
> programmers decided to move QTEMP to the system library list and we 
found 
> out this AM that Domino wouldn't start. This programmer also claims that 


> QTEMP isn't always required with all jobs. I thought every job on an 
> iSeries had an associated QTEMP? And finally does anyone know if Domino 
> requires QTEMP for any of its internal processing? 

Every job has a QTEMP whether they use it or it is in the *LIBL.

Your problem is that since you put QTEMP in the System *LIBL, then any job 

that starts with a *JOBD which has QTEMP in the user libl will fail to 
start because it cannot add QTEMP to the user portion of the libl.

There is no way that any app should require QTEMP in the System *LIBL.  If 

anything, try adding it to QUSRLIBL, but you shouldn't have to do that 
either.

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message: 4
date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 08:35:23 -0400
from: seanmurphy@xxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: QTOFARQRY 

We use BRMS for everything these days.  I haven't written a SAVLIB in 
quite a while. Did you try changing  Save active wait time  to *NOMAX or a 

few minutes etc. 

I don't think SAVACTWAIT(1) is long enough since it is showing as WAIT. 

While we are on the Topic of Save/Restore .

We also bring down each system into restricted once a week for PTF apply 
and a proper backup of OS400 etc. Does anyone else do this?

We have our disaster recovery test scheduled for the end of the this month 

at an IBM facility in Sterling Forest NY.

Should be an intertesting couple of days. We are trying to restore all 
"Mission Critical Systems" in a 72 hour period. 

The restore time alone will give me some time to go and practice my golf 
swing.........


Sean 

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message: 1
date: Thu, 7 Jul 2005 15:02:58 -0500
from: rob@xxxxxxxxx
subject: QTOFARQRY

When I try to 
SAVLIB LIB(QUSRSYS) DEV(*SAVF) SAVF(SAVEFILES/QUSRSYS) SAVACT(*SYSDFN) 
SAVACTWAIT(1) OUTPUT(*PRINT)
I get:
CPF3761-Cannot use DTAQ QTOFARQRY in QUSRSYS.

WRKOBJLCK OBJ(QUSRSYS/QTOFARQRY) OBJTYPE(*DTAQ)
Job          User         Lock      Status
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    WAIT 
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    WAIT 
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    WAIT 
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    WAIT 
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    HELD 
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    WAIT 
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    WAIT 
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    WAIT 
SERVER       QNOTES       *EXCLRD    WAIT 
and the list of job fluctuates, constantly - not just when we bring up or 
down a domino partition.

If I just omit this object, is that ok?  Or, will it be curtains for all 
of our Domino partitions if somehow this object becomes damaged and we 
have no backup of it?


Rob Berendt

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