the system value
QUPSMSGQ    *SYSCTL  Uninterruptible power supply message queue
will send out a message to certain message queues If you could put an exit
point program on the message
queue to mail the message that might work.
I am not sure if you can even put an exit point program on a message queue.
Also, what situation would need such a message:
Power failure, disaster, IPL or what?





J. Scott Carter
Programmer/Analyst
RSR Corporation

It's not the destination that counts in life it's the journey. The journey
with
the people we love is all that really matters. Such a simple truth so
easily
forgotten.






                    "Haase, Justin C."
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Anyone heard of the ability of the 400 to send out a syslog message like a
Cisco router does on its way down?  Just a UDP packet, doesn't care if it
gets anywhere, just says to the network "I'm dying, I'm dead..." etc.  Any
help on this would be appreciated - either native support or a piece of
software which does it.  Thanks in advance.

Justin C. Haase
Midrange Systems Engineer - Kingland Systems Corporation
1401 - 6th Avenue South - Clear Lake, IA 50428 USA
IBM Certified AS/400 Systems Administrator
e-mail - justin.haase@kingland.com
www.kingland.com




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