We created the message queue QSYS/QSYSMSG which will then automatically
copy "critical" messages from QSYSOPR to it, merely by it's existence.

I am seeing a plethora of CPF1397 - Subsystem QINTER varied off work
station QPADEV001T for user ERBERBERBE. genre of messages. How do I track
these down and kill the guilty party?

Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV001T for user ERBERBERBE.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV002D for user WHB5H3W5G3.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV002J for user Q5HG345GER.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV002H for user SDVSDVWDVS.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV002G for user SDVSDVASDS.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV002L for user ASDVASDVWD.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV001C for user DVWDVWSDAV.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV001N for user XASDVWSDVA.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV001M for user WG3VSDAVSA.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV002Q for user WDFVWDVSDV.
Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV002N for user SDVDSVDSVS.

Is there even a way to see the last IP address associated with that
device? Granted, with DHCP it's not a sure cure, but it will help to
limit it down.

Rob Berendt

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