message: 1
subject: I may have asked this before, but why is the JVM job for a
Tomcat server always "QP0ZSPWT"?

Exactly what it says on the tin (as TVTropes would put it). Does anybody
know where that jobname comes from? I can't recall ever seeing anything
in the Tomcat startup scripts about it, and it seems specific to IBM
Midrange boxes.

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JHHL

https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.5?topic=ssw_ibm_i_75/apis/spawn.html

QSYS/QP0ZSPWT, if the flag SPAWN_SETTHREAD_NP is set ON.

The IBM i prestart jobs must have been started using either QSYS/QP0ZSPWP or QSYS/QP0ZSPWT as the program that identifies a prestart job entry for the IBM i subsystem that the parent process is running under. If a prestart job entry is not defined, the child process will run as a batch immediate job under the same subsystem as the parent process.


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