Change IQINTER/QBATCH to autostart outside of QSTRUP?

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DSPSBSD
QBATCH
QINTER
QSTRUP
STRTCP
I've used DSPSBSD, and have seen the autostart option but it won't allow me to change QINTER/QBATCH subsystems to auotstart, and also can't get STRTCP to start communications and serves in autostart mode. I've tried to retrieve QSTRUP and can't find the file. I've created a test CL program but it terminates abnormally during compile step. I have read DSPJOBLOG but can't get enought clues to resolve compile problems. Is there a way to generate/cahange these subsystems(QINTER/QBATCH, * STRTCP into autostart mode without including in a cl program, thereby making an autoIPL without operator intervention possible except for monitoring for a clean IPL?

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Hi,

The QSTRUP program is normally used to start subsystems. You should be able to retrieve the source for this program and modify the program as necessary. This is the correct way to proceed with this. I would try the following :-

CRTLIB yourlib
CRTSRCPF yourlib/QCLSRC
RTVCLSRC PGM(QSTRUP) SRCFILE(yourlib/QCLSRC)
WRKMBRPDM yourlib/QCLSRC

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

If I understand your question correctly, you are trying to understand how QINTER and QBATCH get started. They are
started when you start QCTL. There is a system value QCTLSBSD which contains the controlling subsystem for the
system. If the system value contains QCTL, that is the controlling system that is started upon IPL. When running
System 36 envinronment, you would have QBASE in that substystem value.

Stuart

I’ve always run S/36 environment stuff under QCTL – always worked OK for me.

Regards,

Martin.

Appreciate both answers (:-)
Gmil494

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