Yes, that would be the more elegant solution......

One those actions might be to hold all batch jobs, search for and hold any
SQL jobs. Look for indexing activity (which of course cannot be stopped)

The list of actions that could be taken is as long as the list of customers
running IBM I, so what should you do, it depends, on you.


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Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects


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But I take it you don't recommend *ENDSYS or *PWRDWNSYS but instead
recommend the exit point, or the messaging options, to then perform more
controlled actions.


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From: "Jim Oberholtzer" <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Date: 08/11/2015 08:22 AM
Subject: RE: ASP threshold
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Yes. And to answer Henrik's question yes I believe FTP would stop as well
as distribution services etc.

You can still crash the system without taking action, but the system
values
allow you to get out in front of it.

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Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects


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So basically the SST ASP threshold does still shut down a few things but
the
QSTGLOW* system values allow you to see and control other stuff?

And, be careful to take in mind how you shut down stuff. But don't be so
paranoid that you do nothing and just let the disk fill up.


Rob Berendt

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