• Subject: Re: CHGTELNA
  • From: Evan Harris <spanner@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 09 Nov 1999 07:46:16 +1300


You wrote:

>We, like most shops, I presume, have some users who neglect to terminate
>their TN5250 sessions at the end of the day.  Consequently, promotion of
>objects to production occasionally fails because a file is locked by one of
>their sessions.  This weekend, we changed the TELNET attributes INACTTIMO
>and TIMMRKTIMO.  Unfortunately, they were set incorrectly and started timing
>out people after 10 minutes of inactivity (600 seconds), instead of the
>intended 100 minutes (6000 seconds.)  What a difference a zero can make!

Is there any reason you can't terminate QINTER (or whatever your
interactive susbsystem is called) while you are promoting objects to
production ?

Alternatively you could write a program that gave you the details of active
screen sessions and ended them before your promotion begins, however people
(I presume) could still sign on and foul up the promotion.

Just a thought on the "simple way" to achieve what you want.

Evan Harris
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