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Ah, if they are starting TCP automatically then it should not be in the
start up program (and visa versa) and if not using IPV6 then don't start
that either.

But, this seems to have been working for awhile or was the start up program

Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects

On Fri, Apr 15, 2022 at 12:23 PM James H. H. Lampert via MIDRANGE-L <
midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 4/15/22 9:54 AM, Jim Oberholtzer wrote:
On a modern system if you're contemplating stopping/starting TCP you
just as well IPL. Seems like using a nuke when a 100# bomb might work

Looking at the QSYSOPR messages, I see that the system was taken down to
restricted condition at 01:04 this morning, system time, for a backup,
which completed at 02:03, with the subsystems, and TCP, starting.

Looking at catalina.out for *YESTERDAY* shows Tomcat being shut down at
01:04 yesterday morning, and coming back up at 02:04 that morning,
without incident.

Today, however, catalina.out shows the same thing up to the point where
8005 shows up as unavailable.

Looking back at the QSYSOPR messages, I see TWO OVERLAPPING STRTCPs,
initiated within seconds of each other. That doesn't make any sense to
me. And yet I see it happening every day this week.

So far, nothing is making any sense. TCP can't be in *that bad* of a
shape, since I'm able to get terminal sessions via TN5250. And WRKTCPSTS
shows 59 servers waiting for connections, and 61 established connections.

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