Joel,

Check if the program was compiled with Option(*SrcStmt), to determine if you should be looking at the compile line number or the source line number. Getting stuck on an ENDSR doesn't seem right.

HTH

Paul

jrc@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I'm experiencing a frustrating problem on our web server (running Apache on V5R1).

Recently, the server started hanging jobs for no apparent reason. By hanging jobs, I mean that I get several HTTP jobs that never stop running and devouring CPU -like a program stuck in an endless loop.

I can end the jobs to recover. Sometimes I won't see it for days and sometimes it will happen five or six times a day. I can work with the job before I end it and I have retrieved the program and statement number (this appears to be the only consistency), but according to the compile listing the statement is an ENDSR and I don't see how a program could get endlessly stuck on an ENDSR.

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?

Thanks,

Joel
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