Thanks. However, If I'm changing the Prestart job Entry I get  a message
in QSYSOPR
" Not all requested prestart jobs started."

See wrksysact:

Job or                                          CPU   Sync  Async   CPU
Task        User        Number  Thread    Pty  Util   I/O    I/O   Util
QTSMTPCLTP  QTCP        449725  00000006   35  19.3      0      0    .0
QTSMTPSRVP  QTCP        449724  00000003   35  17.1     12     37    .0
QTSMTPCLTP  QTCP        449722  00000008   35  15.0      0      0    .0
QTSMTPSRVP  QTCP        449726  00000003   35  13.3     33     42    .0
QTSMTPCLTP  QTCP        449723  0000000C   35  12.9      0      0    .0
QTSMTPSRVP  QTCP        449721  00000003   35  11.1     33     37    .0
QTVDEVICE   QTCP        449369  00000001   50   1.8      7      0    .0

Thanks for help
Rgds
Chris

-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
[mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com] On Behalf Of thomas@inorbit.com
Sent: 22 January 2002 06:45
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: Re: # Problem with STRTCPSVR *SMTP


Chris:

On Fri, 18 January 2002, "Chris Wenk" wrote:

> If I'm starting the SMTP and check subsystem QSYSWRK I have 10
> prestart jobs (QTSMTPCLTP) and 10 prestart jobs ( QTSMTPSRVP) running.
> This is using a lot of performance. Shouldn't it be only 1 job for
each
> ?
> How can I change that ?

This can be changed by running the Change Prestart Job Entry (CHGPJE)
command for the SMTP prestart job entries and setting the values you
want. However, I'm not clear on what you mean by "using a lot of
performance". These jobs shouldn't really be doing much of anything
unless there's work for them to do. If there's no work, they shouldn't
be consuming much resources.

Any further info you can add?

Tom Liotta

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