I started from the beginning and scratched the machine.
I figured out that the RST command used to build the
copy of the production machine did not include part of
the omit statement suggested and QUSRSYS was partially damaged.

The original question I had was whether or not TCP could
be recovered so that the vendor could figure out what
the problem was. From what Chuck indicated as well
as using the suggestion that Larry had I kinda figure
that QUSRSYS is not something you can mess with
lightly.
The DR machine is currently working perfectly and the
vendor software is working as well.







From: Gqcy <gmufasa01@xxxxxxxxx>
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 12/26/2014 08:22 AM
Subject: Re: TCP Problem with DR system
Sent by: "MIDRANGE-L" <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx>



sorry...
Bill,
how did this wind up?


n 12/26/2014 8:21 AM, Gqcy wrote:
Rob,
how did this wind up?

On 12/15/2014 10:56 AM, broehmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Rob,
The DR machine was working perfectly until the vendor ran some
RSTOBJ, RST commands and clobbered TCP in a way that left no
connection to the system.
My original question had to do with TCP as a single problem and I
simply
hoped to find a restore TCP kinda way to get it working so the vendor
could research what went wrong. DrF. suggested restoring both
5770TC1 as well as option 12 of SS1, both of which I had done by the
time he popped up. That didn't work. Chuck basically said don't do it
piecemeal and I know he was right. I spent the weekend (Saturday
and part of Sunday) getting the machine rebuilt. It now sits ready for
the
vendor to cast his spell, again, and see if it will work without
problem.
It can be seen from production as well as several P/C's on site so my
thought is that if it goes wrong again then I know the process is
wrong.
Thanks for the tips from everyone...I learned something about TCP that
I didn't know and I'm now older and wiser for the experience. A lot
older.

Bill



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