Unless they have changed the rules, the console is ONLY in
effect while in "service" mode. The same terminal is considered
normal when not in "service". OS/400 knows when it is in a
"service state".

But, I have been wrong before......


"James W. Kilgore" wrote:
> 
 
> I'm still trying to get clear on this subject myself.  I always thought
> that a console is a console, period.
> 
> Alexei Pytel wrote:
> >
> > Not exactly.
> > There is nothing special about console job. It will be treated as
> > interactive with all consequences.
> > However, interactive governor will not kick in if there is ONLY ONE
> > interactive job on system.
> > This was designed to let customers to perform backups or some special
> > dedicated processing at full system speed.
> >
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