• Subject: RE: STRHOSTSVR Problem
  • From: Sannan Solberg <SSolberg@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 13:46:27 -0600

I just had this problem the other day and was stumped and forced to call
IBM.  They had me diddling with lots of things regarding user QUSER's
user profile.  We have many other AS/400's and the changes he was doing
were not on our other boxes so I questioned him many times about the
changes.  What _I_ believe was the problem is that another person had to
change QUSER's Max Storage limit to *NOMAX, then did some things, then
changed it back.  Now the problem was that QUSER owned some objects that
essentially put it over the (now put back) limit.  Now the Prestart jobs
could not fire up.  IBM had me make other changes but I believe the Max
Storage thing was the problem.  Once we changed it to *NOMAX, things
appeared to fire up fine.  We were also able to delete the "offending"
object that were owned by QUSER and things were still fine.  

Hope this helps!

**************************************************
Sannan Solberg                          (406)523-1392
Business/Programmer Analyst       (406)523-1636  fax
Washington Corporations             ssolberg@washcorp.com


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Art Tostaine, Jr. [SMTP:atostain@crecomp.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 05, 1998 1:00 PM
> To:   MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      STRHOSTSVR Problem
> 
> We have had problems connecting with Client Access for Win95/NT to a
> new
> Model 600.  We get an error like the license system unavailable.  Help
> suggests STRHOSTSVR *ALL or use CWBPING to check on status of servers.
> 
> CWBPING shows that all host servers are active.
> 
> If we try to end and restart the servers, we get messages on QSYSOPR
> that the prestart jobs did not start.
> 
> Result is we cannot connect to this box at all.
> 
> IBM suggested that we install the XW1 product, Client access for
> windows
> (we only had Client Access Base family) installed.  We did this and
> IPL'ed, still same result when starting jobs.  I haven't been able to
> try and connect with a PC as I won't be in the office until tomorrow.
> Any ideas until then?
> 
> --
> Art Tostaine, Jr.
> Creative Computer Associates, Inc.
> Parlin, NJ 08859
> 
> 
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