• Subject: Re: Start Up Program & Backup
  • From: Evan Harris <spanner@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2000 08:35:30 +1300

At 13:33 10/01/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>We have a custom Startup program which is basically QSTRUP with some
>extra "stuff".  When I run QEZBACKUP, I end most subsystems.  Seems to
>me the simplest way to get everything running again is CALL STARTUP.
>However, after doing this, I cannot download files using Client Access.
>An IPL will, of course, fix it. But I really don't want to IPL every
>day.  What am I missing?

It's probably something to do with subsystem QSERVER.

Run a CWBPING from DOS to assess the status of the Client access components
- it will tel you which services are available.

Then check subsystem QSERVER - you may find it hasn't ended probably, or
hasn't started.

STRSBS QSERVER and check that a couple (4 ?) jobs start up - they are
auto-start jobs I think. You may need to do a STRHOSTSVR *DATABASE, I'm not

Evan Harris

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