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How do I remove a task from the subsystem startup

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well if the operating system is windows, type “msconfig” in the run prompt and in that there is the some of the buttons like start up at the end and u can choose the task from that and u can disable the task which u want

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  • TomLiotta
    How do I remove a task from the subsystem startup It might depend on how the task is started. We need to know how the subsystem is defined and what task needs to be removed. Often, tasks are associated with an auto-start entry for the subsystem. If that's all there is to your situation, then use the RMVAJE (Remove Autostart Job Entry) command to remove it. But if the task is submitted by an auto-start job or it's initiated in some other way, then a different method would be needed. Tom
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  • shiva3322
    well if the operating system is windows, type "msconfig" in the run prompt and in that there is the some of the buttons like start up at the end and u can choose the task from that and u can disable the task which u want
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  • Batman47
    If we are referring to the controlling subsystem (defined by looking at the QCTLSBSD system value) then we need to look at the startup program that is run when the controlling subsystem is started. The startup program can be found by looking at the QSTRUPPGM system value. Modify the program by removing the task you don't want to fire off when the controlling subsystem is started. If you don't have the source code then you can use the RTVCLSRC command. In addition to checkingt for Autostart job entries like Tom mentioned you should also looking Prestart job entries. These 2 options are #3 (Autostart) and #9 (Prestart) when working with the subsystem description (WRKSBSD command). A prestart job runs in batch before a connection to a server is made, improving performance. You can use the RMVPJE command to remove them.
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  • TomLiotta
    I avoided pre-starts for this kind of question, though it's certainly a reasonable extension. The creation and use of pre-start jobs implies a level of sophistication that might indicate avoidance in this case. If someone is just becoming familiar with subsystem tasks, perhaps pre-starts should be under someone else's control. That might also be true of a system startup program (which isn't actually required to be referenced by QSTRUPPGM). But none of that should be taken to mean that the comments aren't valid or valuable. They simply might take a little more caution. A recent case I saw involved removing an auto-start entry for a fax product that was no longer used. Removing the entry was straightforward. If it gets more complicated than that, it might take more to work through the issue. Maybe. Tom
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