• Subject: RE: QCTL and starting other subsystems
  • From: mcrump@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 22:44:15 -0500







>Wherever you read it, it's wrong. QCTL does not magically start up other
>subsystems. If you look at the source of the IBM-supplied QSTRUP
>program, you will see that it starts QSPL unconditionally; and QINTER,
>QBATCH, QCMN and QSERVER only if the controlling subsystem is QCTL.
>Look in the OS/400 Work Management book for the relevant documentation.
Absolutely right.  And the QSTRUP program is autostarted whenever QCTL
is started.  There is a autostart entry QSTRUPJD that evokes this process.

Appendix C has the source for the IBM supplied QSTRUP program.  Chapter
2 has some discussion on what the program does in general.

Michael Crump
Technical Project Leader
Ball-Foster Glass Container Corp.







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