• Subject: RE: Prestart Jobs
  • From: "Allen, Stuart" <sallen@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 08:27:20 -0600


Mine seem to stay active for all the time that a user is signed on - any
idea why?.  Also,  i had a weird one this morning - I came in to the office
& signed on at 7.52am.  Sure enough there was a prestart job for my userprf.
However, there was also another, that started at 7.35 - when i wasn't even

I'm positive that these jobs weren't active all the time previously, so any
ideas what has happened to make them so?



> Allen, Stuart wrote:
> > 
> > Dennis,
> > 
> > Job name: QZSCSRVS , User QUSER, type PJ , status TIMW for all of them.
> > They seem to be attached to user profiles also, and are running at PTY
> 20.
> > 
> Job QZSCSRVS is a Pre-Start job for the Client Access
> Central server client management job.  You'll likely get one
> for each Client that connects to your /400.  If you end
> them, the user's connection goes away :(
> They are _normally_ only active at session initialization,
> and don't use much processing resources at all.
> jte
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