Starting subsystem without library name?

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AS/400
AS/400 subsystems
QSYS
QSYS.LIB
If subsystem is stop , And We dont know the Library of that subsystem? Is that possible to start it Without that kibrary name or using qsys library?

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First, if you want to find the library where the *SBSD is stored, you can do DSPOBJD *ALL/xxxxx *SBSD
Where xxxx is your subsystem name.
Next, to start a subsystem, you do not need to know what library it is in because you can use *LIBL.
So, you can just enter STRSBS xxxxx
If it cannot be found in your *LIBL you will get an error, then you can use the previous command to find out where it is,

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  • TomLiotta
    Many subsystem descriptions will have multiple copies, especially on larger systems. Make sure you know which ones you want. You might use WRKOBJ *ALL/*ALL *SBSD just to be sure that you've seen where all of them might be. And sign on with a profile that has authority for all of them. Tom
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  • chenthil
    WRKSBSD *ALL/*ALL and option ' 9 ' to start the subsystem,
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  • Sms121
    [...] 2. CharlieBrowne, TomLiotta, and Chenthil chipped in to a question a member asked about starting a subsystem without the library name. [...]
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