On Thu, 8 Dec 2005, Uwe Maier wrote:

I've seen these interrupts too. But unfortunately I haven't found any critieria to reproduce it (our application does just one print and people using it just tell me that it "happened" again (they can glue the two pieces together by a text editor) - but too late to reproduce it). Size doesn't seem to matter at all.

Hmm... if two people are having the same problem then it must be real :) But I need to know how to reproduce the problem. I use lp5250d with scs2pdf to create output several thousands of pages long and it has never once given me any trouble. I also use lp5250d to send directly to a printer using lpr. Using lpr would probably mask the kind of problem described, though. If size doesn't matter, does a particular spooled file cause the problem? If the problem occurs, can you recreate by sending the exact same spooled file to lp5250d again?

James Rich

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