Thank you for the reply.
What does the "system" procedure do ?
My issue is that the http server jobs are not ending and I am looking for
a way to determine if and when the jobs have ended so I can restart them.
Appreciate the response.
To: "'Web Enabling the IBM i\(AS/400 and iSeries\)'"
Date: 01/11/2019 06:29 PM
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Ending HTTP Servers - How to know they are
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I use Scott K http_url_get as follows. I use it to start the server if
D system PR 10I 0 extproc('system')
D i_cmd * value options(*string)
url = 'http://www.mywebsite.com
myFile = '/tmp/website.html' + %trim(x'00');
rc = http_url_get(url:myfile);
if rc > -1; // still up
system('endtcpsvr *http httpsvr(myserver)');
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Subject: [WEB400] Ending HTTP Servers - How to know they are ended
We occasionally have a problem with the HTTP servers for Zend Server where
they need to be restarted.
Generally this occurs if there is a timeout accessing a database file if
backups have a lock on the file - but that is another story and we are
addressing that problem.
My problem is that when I issue the ENDTCPSVR SERVER(*HTTP)
a) Control is returned before the servers are actually ended
b) Sometimes for an unknown reason some/all the servers do not end
c) We do not know when all the servers are actually ended
d) If the command fails how do I actually stop these servers from a CL
I presume the best option is to issue the endtcpsvr command then wait a
while then extract a list of jobs selectively to a temporary table and
that table for a count of jobs and then read the list and do an endjob
*immed for each job found then wait some more then repeat ?
Is there a better option ?
Appreciate any suggestions.
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