• Subject: Re: DspPgmRef locks objects at *SHRNUP; need to change wait time
  • From: pytel@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 2 Nov 1999 18:10:05 -0600

CHGJOB DFTWAIT(<n secs>)

Best regards
    Alexei Pytel


"Dan Bale" <dbale@genfast.com> on 11/02/99 04:48:24 PM

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Subject:  DspPgmRef locks objects at *SHRNUP; need to change wait time






I've got a program cross-reference utility that uses DSPPGMREF to produce
an
outfile.  This morning, the utility hung for a few minutes due to the fact
that
certain applications in a given library were in use and locked with
*EXCLRD.
DSPPGMREF apparently needs to lock objects it interrogates at *SHRNUP (as
opposed to *SHRRD, which I think would have avoided the problem).

The job log shows that the command waits up to 30 seconds per object.  Not
too
bad if there's only a few objects, but tends to tie up the job queue if
there's
a lot of them.  How can I change the time DSPPGMREF waits for an object
from 30
seconds to, say 1 second, in this utility ONLY?  I.e., I don't want to
change
anything on the program objects.  Would I have more options if I switched
to
using an API?

- Dan Bale





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