First undo the delayed apply flag with:
APYPTF 57xxTC1 SELECT(SFnnnnn) DELAYED(*YES) IPLAPY(*NO)
Then try a permanent remove:
RMVPTF 57xxTC1 SELECT(SFnnnnn) RMV(*PERM)

If that doesn't work, try reloading the PTF (LODPTF) and then try the
RMVPTF again.



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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin Allemann [SMTP:iskevin@boone.mo-boone.org]
> Sent: Thursday, July 09, 1998 11:34 AM
> To:   'midrange AS400 List'
> Subject:      RMVPTF won't remove PTF
> 
> We loaded, ok I'll come clean, 'I' loaded and applied (delayed) some
> PTFs 
> and have discovered since then that I do not want to have these on as
> of 
> yet. There were some machine fixes (999) some OS fixes (SS1) and some
> TCP 
> fixes (TC1).  All of the PTFs were applied with the delayed option and
> I 
> have not done an IPL as of yet so they were not actually applied.  I
> have 
> used the RMVPTF command to successfully remove the machine and the OS
> fixes 
> which made them go back to a "Save file only" status.  However when I 
> attempt to do the same to the TCP fixes I get an error message saying
> that 
> program QTGSRV not found.  These PTFs still show a "Not applied"
> status 
> with an IPL Action of YES.  When I look at the job log from when these
> TCP 
> PTFs were initially loaded I can see where the LODPTF process did
> rename 
> the pgm QTGSRV to QPZR000091 and then moved it from library QSRV to
> library 
> QTCP.  Does anyone have an idea as to what might be going on with this
> PTF. 
>  I thought of trying to  rename program QPZR000091 back to QTGSRV,
> move it 
> back to library QSRV and then give it another try but this sound VERY 
> experimental.
> 
> Any expertise would be appreciated and thanks in advance.
> 
> 
> Kevin Allemann
> Boone County
> Columbia, Missouri
> 
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