Hi

i work with tn5250 and lp5250d for years. -All the time without big problems.
But now lp5250d refuses to work. i didnt change any configuration.
When I do a trace, the trace is always 1502B small.

The problem is that lp5250d dies when the as400 starts prnting. If I dont print, the deamon is fine.

Can anyone help me to pin the error. We cant print now for one week, and there is al lot to print.


Thank you for your help


Chris


The config:

print-30 {
host= 192.168.0.10
map= 273
env.DEVNAME= D30
outputcommand= scs2pdf >> /tmp/as400pdf/d30-$$.pdf
}

The trace looks like this:

lp5250d version 0.17.5, built on Apr 21 2010
host = 192.168.0.10
Non-Blocking
tn5250_char_map_new: map = "273"
HOST, This->status = 8 0
GotVerb(2):<IAC><DO><NEWENV>
GotVerb(3):<IAC><DO><NEWENV>
HOST, This->status = 8 0
GotVerb(2):<IAC><DO><TERMTYPE>
GotVerb(3):<IAC><DO><TERMTYPE>
GotSB:<IAC><SB><NEWENV><SEND>
<USERVAR>IBMRSEED<92 82 99 70 10 15 80 04>
<VAR><USERVAR><IAC><SE>
SentSB:<IAC><SB><NEWENV><IS>
<VAR>DEVNAME
<USERVAR>D30
<VAR>TERM
<USERVAR>IBM-3812-1
<VAR>IBMFONT
<USERVAR>12
<VAR>IBMTRANSFORM
<USERVAR>0<IAC><SE>
GotSB:<IAC><SB><TERMTYPE><SEND><IAC><SE>
SentSB:<IAC><SB><TERMTYPE><IS>IBM-3812-1<IAC><SE>
HOST, This->status = 8 1
GotVerb(2):<IAC><DO><END_OF_REC>
GotVerb(3):<IAC><DO><END_OF_REC>
HOST, This->status = 8 1
GotVerb(2):<IAC><WILL><END_OF_REC>
GotVerb(3):<IAC><WILL><END_OF_REC>
HOST, This->status = 8 1
GotVerb(2):<IAC><DO><BINARY>
GotVerb(3):<IAC><DO><BINARY>
HOST, This->status = 8 1
GotVerb(2):<IAC><WILL><BINARY>
GotVerb(3):<IAC><WILL><BINARY>
tn5250_char_map_new: map = "37"
Dumping buffer (length=73):
@record +0000 004912a0 90000560 060020c0 003d0000 .... .-. .{ .
@record +0010 c9f9f0f2 e2f4f4d9 f4f7f1f4 c4f3f040 I902S44R4714D30
@record +0020 40404040 40400000 00000000 00000000
@record +0030 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
@record +0040 00000000 00000000 00

@eor
tn5250_stream_get_record: offset = 11
HOST, This->status = 8 1
GotVerb(2):<IAC><DO><06>
GotVerb(3):<IAC><DO><06>




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