• Subject: Re: networked AS/400's gone now, how do I
  • From: "Mike Shaw" <mshaw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2000 09:27:11 -0800


The distribution queues proper can be blown away via CFGDSTSRV.  Use the
*SELECT parm and you can manage the distribution queues, routing table, and
secondary system name table.


Mike Shaw
Senior AS/400 Technical Support
North American Mortgage
Santa Rosa, CA

----- Original Message -----

> I am having trouble finding the commands to remove the descriptions/table
> entries for AS/400's that are no longer attached to our AS/400.   We are
> V4R4.  I can see the distribution queues and remove them but I cannot find
> the commands to take them off completely, one used to be attached locally
> (about two feet away), the other is through a 56K leased line.  Both were
> snads, and were set up before I got here, not to mention it has been years
> since I have done much with configs; been too much of a heads down
> programmer in larger shops until now.
> Does anyone know which commands you use to maintain those entries.
> Mark A. Manske      [mailto:manske@pconline.com]
> Sr. Project Lead
> Minter-Weisman

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