select output_queue_name, writer_type, remote_system_name
from qsys2.output_queue_info
order by writer_type, remote_system_name
;
Works for me at 7.4
Now, there are several with a blank writer_type. This indicates that the writer is not started. However even a few with the blank writer type contain a remote_system_name. I found one with an IP address; I deleted it.
We have many output queues which never have a writer on it. For example our main default output queue, BPCSOUTQ, never has a writer associated with it. If the user really wants to kill a tree they have to move it to another output queue.

Rob Berendt

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