Yeah, I was wondering if that could be stored in WRKHDWRSC *PRC or some
such thing. I can see how that would be confusing. I have two HMC's, one
purchased to manage the 520, one for the 570. However, I use both to
manage each other. So obviously you need to see all that connected. And
maybe last connect date?

I think if you IPL your HMC you will see a WRKPRB entry. Oh, what the
hey, let me try that...
Nothing in WRKPRB. Do see an entry in STRSST, 1. Product activity log.
System Resource Resource
Ref Code Date Time Class Name Type
B1818711 10/29/07 13:22:47 Info 9406
Log ID . . . . . . . . . : C5933E06 Sequence . . . . . . . : 127266
Date . . . . . . . . . . : 10/29/07 Time . . . . . . . . . : 13:22:47

Reference code . . . . . : 8711 Secondary code . . . . : 00000000

Table ID . . . . . . . . : B181FA00 IPL source/state . . . : B/3

Class . . . . . . . . . . : Informational
System Ref Code . . . . . : B1818711
No description is available
1- B181 8711
2- 0300 10F0
3- 7733 7710
4- C139 20FF
5- 4000 00FF
6- 0000 0000
7- 0000 0000
8- 0000 0000
9- 0000 0000

In the process I found one thing cool. I had a long running INSPTF going
on one of the lpar's consoles on that HMC. After the HMC came back up I
reconnected just like reconnecting into a disconnected job. And continued
on from disk 4 of 5 of the virtual optical drive. I really like HMC.
And this was from a remote 5250 session from my desk into the HMC into the
machine room.


Rob Berendt

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