Not sure if this is what you were after but.....

Looks like a short name for spawned threads and spawned processes. (Spawned thread in your case.)

Not Tomcat specific.

There is an environment variable you can set to alter the thread names for pase jobs: PASE_FORK_JOBNAME

Don't know if it works for Tomcat, but give it a try.

Richard Schoen
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date: Mon, 8 Jul 2024 08:57:38 -0700
from: "James H. H. Lampert via JAVA400-L"
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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