There is a job called QZSCSRVS in subsystem QSYSWRK (actually there are
many.... each TCP/IP Client Access session appears to start one), and I
would like to be able to recycle all of them with a command.
Unfortunately, I can't find a way to reach into the system and end those
jobs without bouncing all of QSYSWRK (Or possibly all of TCP/IP).   Does
anyone have a way to knock these jobs off without disrupting all of the
TCP/IP communications?

Tried ENDHOSTSVR *CENTRAL and *ALL.... The jobs stay up.
Tried ENDTCPSVR several servers....                  The jobs stay up.

The only other thing I can think of is to go use an API to search for
all occurances of QZSCSRVS and end the job....   is there an easier way?


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