Don't worry about what those do.  If the job is not in a "wait" status like
DEQW, DSPW, or ICFW, execute the command STRSRVJOB <job name using the CPU>.
Then start debug on the last program in the stack you recognize (QAI02 it
would appear) with UPDPROD(*YES).  Then just ADDTRC *ALL.

Chances are the program is in an endless loop and DSPTRCDTA will tell you
where the loop is.

Hope that helps.

Donald R. Fisher, III
Project Manager
The Roomstore Furniture Company
(804) 784-7600 ext. 2124
DFisher@roomstoreeast.com

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We have some users who are occasionally using a lot of CPU (relatively) for
an interactive job. What is this call stack telling me? Specifcally, what is
.DRVRX01, and what do modules QWSGET and QT3REQIO do?
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