Bob Randall wrote:
> 
> We have had an AS/400 for about 1.5 years now. Before that we had a
> System36. I come from an extensive mainframe background. Unfortunately we
> had no AS/400 experience, and no training. Boy is that the wrong way to do
> things! Except for the AS/400, we have always known systems to have
> "dedicated" consoles that roll the system messages past. That way messages
> that need responses are not "missed". Is there a similar feature on the
> AS/400 that I just don't know about?

There is a "console" on the 400 but it is only used for very special
functions, when you are in dedicated mode. Normally this the device
on port 0 address 0.

For the most current system info, you should be monitoring QSYSOPR
message que.
any message that requires a response will stay until answered. Messages
not
needing a response will just build up until the que is cleared.

Suggest you get out a copy of System Operations Guide....
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