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We used mainframe C:D when owned by Sterling. An IBM audit revealed we didn't have MAXPROCESS set to limit concurrent usage, and we have been hit with a substantial penalty for this oversight. Anyone else been bit by this?

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  • jgawkowski
    You have two ways:

    1. Limit allowed processes for local submitter ID
        that depend on OS and different behavior

    2. Setup allowed sessions using bellow three parameters inside netmap.cfg 
           sess.total=255
           sess.pnode.max=255
           sess.snode.max=255
       Setup allowed to customize limitation per local and/or separatly for each remote node.

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