• Subject: Re: TCP Telnet Startup quirks
  • From: "Brad Felber" <poprpg@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 09:30:57 -0500

> I am experiencing similiar TELNET startup problems on V4R2 and V4R3.
> STRTCPSVR *ALL starts telnet as expected but it starts POP server and
other
> servers we do not use (yet).

You can STRTCPSVR *TELNET
               STRTCPSVR *SMTP
               STRTCPSVR *POP   (Things like this)

Or the "recommended" way to do it, Change the attributes of the TCP servers
you want to start to autostart *yes  e.g. CHGTELNA AUTOSTART(*YES)  and make
sure all the ones you don't want to start as AUTOSTART(*NO).  This makes it
so then you run STRTCP it starts all the servers that have their AUTOSTART
set to *YES

Brad Felber
bradf@csepromo.com
CSE, Inc.
new (262)786-8400 ext 3069
old (414)786-8400 ext 3069

----- Original Message -----
From: <markvilla@home.com>
To: MIDRANGE-L <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 1999 7:16 AM
Subject: TCP Telnet Startup quirks


> STRTCP does not always work. Telnet starts but nothing happens!
> STRTCPIFC will work if OS determines not started (Manually after IPL)
> The problem occurs on ethernet and Token Ring.
> I have added QSTRUP delay's and ensured QSERVER,QCMN (for S/36 mode) has
> time to start.
>
> I think it is possible that starting the S/36 Environment may be the
cause.
> (otherwise everybody would be complaining) Some logic huh?
>
> We did not have this problem on the slower boxes (which have earlier
> releases of course).
>
> ANYNET is *YES on our systems.
> I have applied TCP Specific PTF's.
> This solved HUNG TCP system and the system randomly perfoeming END *IMMED
on
> groups of interactive jobs when encountering a TCP error(that was a nasty
> problem)
> Message trails are SLIM!!!
> I have not done any tracing.
> We IPL weekly so that is why I notice.
> TCP service is excellent once active.
> I am going on a hunt today for more knowledge and solution.
> Any advice is appreciated!
>
> MarkVilla@mindspring.com
> See us at WWW.THEPIG.NET
>
>
>
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