If you haven't already, try displaying that stuck job thru wrkactjob. look
for object or record locks. display program stack & look if still "running",
like a loop. Check file useage for massive reading of data. check job log
(and if no entries, change jobd for those http jobs to maximum logging
level.
hth
jim
----- Original Message -----
From: <jrc@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 9:07 AM
Subject: [WEB400] Re: HTTP Jobs hanging up


> Scott,
>
> The CGI program is stuck in RUN status, how can I get debug to step into a
running program?  This is the whole crux of my problem: I can't predict what
job, what time, or what set of circumstances is causing this to occur.  If I
can't predict those things, I can't set up the service job or debug.
>
> The same program runs thousands of times without a hitch and then just
starts hanging up.  I'm stumped!
>
> Thanks,
> Joel
>
> >Put the hung job into debug with STRSRVJOB and
> >STRDBG.
> > Once there you can single step to see what is
> >going
> >on.
> >
> >Scott Mildenberger
> >
> >--- jrc@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >> Most frustrating of all is that I cannot
> >reproduce
> >> the problem and I cannot seem to isolate a set
> >of
> >> like circumstances.  Is their a way I can get a
> >> program dump from a program that is running?
> >
> >
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