Neil,

I'll try that. Stupid of me not to check the archives first.


Thanks,

Mark


Mark Walter
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Hanover Wire Cloth a div of CCX, Inc.
mwalter@hanoverwire.com
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                    "Carley, Neil"
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Mark,

I too was having the same problem on an intermittent basis recently until I
noticed a reference to something similar on "good old Midrange-l" regarding
the management central service causing problems. I have since stopped this
service at backup time and everything seems to be running sweet. As it was
only happening every now and then on my system I am still monitoring it
just
to make sure its not just coincidence, and that the problem is not actually
lying else where. FYI, I include the original post.

Neil

INSERTED TEXT:

You should ENDTCPSVR  SERVER(*MGTC) before your SAV command and STRTCPSVR
SERVER(*MGTC) after.

Alex

> -----Original Message-----
> steven.donnellan@simonjersey.com
> I have a job in QSYSWRK called 377307/QSYS/QYPSSRV  which is
> causing my
> Save While Active on library QUSRSYS to fail.  What is the
> job, and should
> I be concerned about what isn't being backed up or would it
> be a dynamic
> object that wouldn't ever need to be restored?










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