Deleting PJ QZDASOINIT jobs after inactivity

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We have a lot of PJ QZDASOINIT jobs in QUSRWRK. Many are from the same 'user' and Server IP address. Is there a way to delete these jobs after a period of odbc/jdbc inactivity - or should we keep them?

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I’m sure that someone will correct me but I think these will be reused by the next web request and don’t need to be deleted.

Phil

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  • Satsho
    The QZDASOINIT jobs are meant to end and will service outside requests like you are using (ODBC etc). They are most likely running in QUSRWRK on your system. DSPSBSD SBSD(QUSRWRK) - Option 10 - Display Prestart Job Entries - Option 5 - Display details on QZDASOINIT These entries will let you know how many jobs will be started and how many times a particular job will be used before it ends. Maximum number of jobs . . . : xx Maximum number of uses . . . : yy To see how the prestart jobs are currently used type command DSPACTPJ SBS(QUSRWRK) PGM(QZDASOINIT)
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  • harisudhan21
    Quite informative Satsho...thanks a ton
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  • Melv
    I have around 200 QZDASOINIT jobs sitting on TIMW. However, on occasions files can be locked by one of these jobs when the file is being updated or cleared down from within overnight batch work, causing the job to fail. What would be the best way to remove these jobs before we start the overnight batch processing. From my understanding they will just recreate themselves when required.
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  • cenpark
    The application should be closing the connections when complete.
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  • philpl1jb
    Melv Please enter this as a new question, then it will get the attention it deserves. Phil
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  • Splat
    Cenpark, unfortunately it doesn't always.
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