Jimmy,

We had this same problem recently, on a brand-spanking new 810.  Here's 
what IBM said to do, and it worked for us.

=====================================================

This problem was caused by a corrupted version of the *USRIDX object
QUSRSYS/QYSMSVRE.

To detect the problem on the iSeries, issue these commands:

MKDIR /QFILESVR.400/LOCALHOST

WRKLNK /QFILESVR.400/LOCALHOST

If the result of the second command is the error CPFAE04 (The
communications connection with the file server was ended abnormally), you
are seeing the corrupt user index.

To correct the error issue this iSeries command:

DLTUSRIDX USRIDX(QUSRSYS/QYSMSVRE)

This object is recreated on first use, so deleting it will not cause a
problem.  After deleting it, stop and restart the HTTP Admin server.  The
problem should disappear.

Mike Eovino
E-Commerce Manager
EDPS





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Thanks for your help!!   I got the correct options installed and the admin
web page loads just fine.  When I click on the the configure Http server 
and
ssl, I get the following message in the web browser.

ZUI_50004: OS/400 user profile QSECOFR does not have *IOSYSCFG authority
which is required to use the administration interface of IBM HTTP Server 
for
iSeries.

I know qsecofr has *iosyscfg.  Is there somewhere else I need to change
security for the web server??

Thanks for your Help!!!

Jimmy Green
I.T. Operations Mgr.
Grocery Supply Co.
903 885-7621 Ext 268

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