• Subject: Qsysopr break messages
  • From: "Karl Lauritzen Jr." <klauritzen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Oct 1999 09:38:06 -0500

We are trying to write system backup into a cl with our nightly daily

In order to do a system backup we execute command chgmsgq qsysopr *break to
get the operator messages in case of a problem. But we do not want to
signoff whne done with sys backup, we want to continue into night processing
and other functions. We also want our operator to sign back on at another
terminal as qsysopr for print. How do we deallocate the qysopr messages
without signing off? We cannot find a command that will work.

Karl Lauritzen Jr.
Second Vice-President
Application Development
254-756-5531 Ext 129
503-218-6568 E-Fax

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