Let me see if I understand.

If you do a DSPPTF 5722999 what is the first to appear?

You really scared me with a couple of things.
An 'RE' ptf should never be either the first or the last.  The first 
should be some TL..... ptf's.  For example on ours we have TL03252 at the 
top and at the bottom (and it's a BIG bottom) we have MF28332.

If your ptf list does not begin with a TL then I strongly suggest that you 
apply a cume CD NOW!!!!  Do you know how to order a CUME?  If not, we'll 
step you through that.

I am not sure if IBM is shipping a cume with OS Upgrades anymore.  Turns 
out that numerous people would get the latest release in and stick it on a 
shelf for a year.  By then the cume was hopelessly out of date.

Rob Berendt
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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." 
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QTCP user seems ok
If I look the TCP spool file I can't see any spool QRTXC...

For your information there are 2 AS400 (product and backup) and the
result is the same for the both systems. I upgrade the two machines from
V4R5 to V5R2 the same week. May be there is a couple of PTF to apply ?
If I check the last one of 5722999 I can see RE03212

Eric PANISSARD


-----Message d'origine-----
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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Condon, Mike
Envoyé : jeudi 20 novembre 2003 13:01
À : 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'
Objet : RE: RE : RE : runrmtcmd and V5R2

Strange. If the rexec jobs are not started, the Windows command should
time
out with something like "connection refused" after about 30-60 seconds
or
so. 
Have you checked to see if user QTCP is intact/changed?
Does the QRTXC_____ job log spooled file show anything
useful/informative
when you look at it under wrksplf qtcp?

And 9 minutes after I received your message, I received some spam: 
A New language in 10 Days

So that's one obstacle out of the way.

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Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2003 4:12 PM
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Subject: RE : RE : runrmtcmd and V5R2


Hi Mike,

We are looking for an AS400 guru, but unfortunately it's almost
impossible to get a local "green card" if you're not French and also we
need somebody who speak French :-((

Summary of what I can see :
                 - STRTCPSVR SERVER(*REXEC)
                 in the DSPLOG with the same time :
job 181230/QTCP/QTRXC01170 started
job 181230/QTCP/QTRXC01170 ended

                 and with a return code 0

                 - CHGRXCA show me exactly the same information
                 - The Windows command ask me for the name and the 
password but
nothing more when I enter "wrkactjob"

????

Much thanks for your help

Eric PANISSARD
Informatique De Tahiti



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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] De la part de Condon, Mike
Envoyé : mercredi 19 novembre 2003 12:22
À : 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'
Objet : RE: RE : runrmtcmd and V5R2

If I help solve the problem, does that mean I can get a job transfer to
Tahiti?

- Try just starting the rexec server:
STRTCPSVR SERVER(*REXEC)

- Does CHGRXCA show:
 Autostart servers  . . . . . . .   *YES          *YES, *NO, *SAME

 Number of initial servers  . . .   2             1-20, *SAME, *DFT

 Inactivity timeout . . . . . . .   300           1-2147483647, *SAME,
*DFT

 Coded character set identifier     00850         1-65533, *SAME, *DFT


- What results do you get from a Windows command prompt if you enter:
Rexec <as400> wrkactjob

Does it prompt for a user name?






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Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 3:46 PM
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Subject: RE : runrmtcmd and V5R2


Hi Rob,

You are right the *REXEC server is down that's why the job doesn't work.
But if I try to start it through Navigator or by the command STRTCPSVR
it stay stopped with no message at all in the DSPLOG or QSYSOPR...

Best regards

Eric Panissard
Informatique De Tahiti

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Envoyé : mardi 18 novembre 2003 03:09
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Objet : Re: runrmtcmd and V5R2

Duplicated this on my V5R2 systems.

Short term corrective action:
Start iSeries Navigator.
Open up the remote system.
Open up Network.
Open up Servers.
Open up TCP/IP
See that Remote Execution is stopped.
Right click on it and start it.

Long term corrective action
Start iSeries Navigator.
Open up the remote system.
Open up Network.
Open up Servers.
Open up TCP/IP
See that Remote Execution is stopped.
Right click on it and select Properties.
Check 'Start when TCP/IP is started'.


Rob Berendt
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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." 
Benjamin Franklin 




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I have some problems with the RUNRMTCMD command and the V5R2 :

 

Between 2 AS400 I send some data file using FTP, after that I call an
RPG program on the receiver with the RUNRMTCMD.

Few days before I upgrade the OS of each machine from V4R5 to V5R2.

Today if I try to use the RUNRMTCMD I get the following message from the
sender (no message at all on the receiver and the FTP transfert works
very well)

 

 

RUNRMTCMD CMD('call pgm(my_pgm)') rmtlocname('192.168.001.106') *IP
RMTUSER(qsecofr) RMTPWD()

A remote host refused an attempted connect operation.

 

Where I need to look for to find the problem ?

 

Eric Panissard

Informatique de Tahiti

 

 

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