QCTL

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We have a 9402 model system which not connected with any workstation. Unfortunately it was disabled(hanged). screen has been locked. How can i enable qctl. and how to bring back my system into normal mode? Urgent and important Pls? ThanksIn Advace?

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Probably need to IPL the system which should unlock the workstation.

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  • DanD
    Make sure to set the system to Manual mode first so you can vary on the console from DST if it is varied off. It almost sounds as if you have an old school green screen monitor for a console. If so, make sure it is connected to port 0 on Controller 1. Or, you could force DST to the console. Both of these links are discussing older style systems without HMCs. It sounds like that's what you have. http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r3/index.jsp?topic=/rzajr/rzajrfunctions6521.htm This may also help you get the console varied on. http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r3/index.jsp?topic=/rzamd/rzamdproductionlpar.htm If you have password access turned on, that is Security level of 20 or higher you must know your DST password or you are screwed and will need to do a SLIC install of the base OS to reset QSECOFR DST password to QSECOFR
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  • TomLiotta
    Call IBM Support at (US) 1.800.426.7378 and report that your system is down. Follow the instruction that the support technician gives you. You do have a support contract, don't you? It's not clear how a system being down can be described as "urgent" and "important" if there's no support contract. It doesn't seem urgent if the resolution method is to see if some unknown person might help, nor important if there is no established recovery procedure. I might sound harsh in what I wrote, but it seems to me to be a valid discussion element for a Wiki item. Tom
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