Iseries Netserver fails to start

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iSeries 520 9406
iSeries netsetver
V5R4M0
We are doing a full system save of our system (model 520, v5r4m0). When the full system save completes and the system restarts iseries netserver fails to start because the subsystem qserver is not active at the time. This seems to be a timing issue. Not sure how i can get the subsystem started prior to netsetver trying to start

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v5r4m0 - model 9406 520

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Are you using a customized start up program or IBM’s native QSTRUP program? If you are using a customized program and if you have this server starting, you may want to check if the program is starting netserver before QSERVER is started. I use a customized program but do not include STRTCPSVR *NETSVR. Make sure system value QSTRUPPGM contains the correct start up program.

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  • Abigail
    Are you using a customized start up program or IBM's native QSTRUP program? If you are using a customized program and if you have this server starting, you may want to check if the program is starting netserver before QSERVER is started. I use a customized program but do not include STRTCPSVR *NETSVR. Make sure system value QSTRUPPGM contains the correct start up program.
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  • TomLiotta
    If your startup program is custom and hasn't been updated as new releases came from IBM, you almost certainly need to compare it against the default QSYS/QSTRUP *PGM supplied by IBM for V5R4. Startup sequences change as new releases come out. The method and timing for TCP/IP startup and how it relates to TCP/IP applications (such as NetServer) and subsystems (such as QSERVER) have seen major changes. You might post your startup program code here to see if improvements can be suggested. You should probably review it against the IBM default first. Tom
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