• Subject: Re: Automatically varying on all QPADEVxxxx devices
  • From: Larry Bolhuis <lbolhui@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 10:09:53 -0400
  • Organization: Arbor Solutions, Inc

Stuart,

 Change the message queue parameter of the QPADEVnnnn devices to a user created
one, then set up a program to wait for messages on that Q that the devices were
varied off and vary them back on.

 If your OS is too old for the message Q parameter (Prior V4R3 I think) then you
can use QSYSOPR (irritates your operators cause the Q is locked) or QSYSMSG
(better but do something beside throw away the important messages that also go
there).

 I might be able to get you a copy of a program that does this from one of my
contacts who used to have 200 ASCII WSC attached modems and surprisingly he had
this problem quite frequently! <bg>

 - Larry

ps Want a 6141 or two??

"Allen, Stuart" wrote:
> 
> Due to users accidentally closing their client access sessions, some
> QPADEVxxxx devices end up varied off.
> Is there an easy way to vary these devices all back on automatically ?  Or
> prevent them being varied off in the first place!
> All i can think of at the moment is doing a dspobjd to an outfile, using a
> CL to read it, and then varying these devices.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Stuart
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