At 08:08 PM 5/20/1998, you wrote:
>How can I stop the PM/400 subsystem from starting up every time the
>machine is ipl'd?

Here's something from the manual (v3r1 version):

>2.6 Deleting the PM/400 Product
>To delete the PM/400 product, use the Delete Licensed Program (DLTLICPGM)
>command as follows:
>1.  Sign on to the AS/400 system as the security officer (QSECOFR).
>2.  End the Q1PGSCH subsystem with the ENDSBS command.  Type ENDSBS and
>    press F4 to prompt for the following options:
>    SBS(Q1PGSCH) The subsystem name.
>                 Specify *IMMED to end immediately.
>3.  Delete the PM/400 product using the DLTLICPGM command.  Type DLTLICPGM
>    and press F4 to prompt for the following options:
>    LICPGM(5799MPG)
>                 The program number.
>    OPTION(*ALL) The items to delete.  *ALL specifies to delete the entire
>                 PM/400 product.
>4.   Sign off the system.

I found that this is the only way to stop it. It got started before the
startup program, so it's not in our control.


Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55401-2499
(612) 371-1111 x480

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