If one opts to use one of the CL solutions,

1) How often do you run them?
2) Do you have a scheduled job that checks periodically?

Paul

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"MIDRANGE-L" <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 08/31/2016
03:03:07 PM:
And if you
RTVSYSVAL QCTLSBSD
and check the status of that you can find if you're running in
"restricted" state, like the result of ENDSBS *ALL.
(Not everyone uses QCTL. In fact, only a few of our lpars do.)

The version I posted prevents having to go through that because it uses the SBSI0200 format which will return the *RESTRICTED status for all subsystems without having to know the actual controlling subsystem.

Sincerely,

Dave Clark
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