Here is one idea that I had, but I don't know how to stop it once we begin. Any ideas on this particular approach would be greatly appreciated. Here is the plan:
1. Create a User called "Fred" 2. Give "Fred" *EXCLUDE authority to > the QSYSOPR message queue.
3. Have "Fred" submit a batch job that does a
SNDMSG 'Hello World' TOMSGQ(QSYSOPR).
Because "Fred" has *EXCLUDE authority to QSYSOPR, this command will generate an 'T' 'AF' audit journal entry in QAUDJRN. Because it is
done in a batch job, the batch job attempt to throw and exception
error message into QSYSOPR, but because "Fred" is still *EXCLUDED
from message queue QSYSOPR, the process will generate another 'T'
'AF', and yet another error message headed for QSYSOPR, etc. etc.
in a very tight little loop.
This seems like a good way to generate a ton of audit log entries,
but the question is this: How do you stop it before it runs away
with your system? Can anyone think of a way to interrupt this