by Dawn May | May 4, 2016 | Work Management
I’m sure most of you know how you can use Qshell to get a Unix -like interactive environment. You start an interactive Qshell session by using the Start QSH (STRQSH) or QSH command with *NONE for the CMD parameter.
by Dawn May | Jul 24, 2013 | Work Management
A little over a year ago, IBM changed the handling of the inactive job time-out (QINACTITV) system value to improve accuracy and performance. That change is described in the blog article IBM Improves the Handling of the Inactivity Timeout.
by Dawn May | Apr 18, 2012 | Systems Management, Work Management
The inactive job time-out (QINACTITV) system value defines the minimum amount of time that an interactive job can be inactive before an action is taken. The action that is taken is defined by the inactive job message queue (QINACTMSGQ) system value. A related system value, time interval before disconnected job ends (QDSCJOBITV), defines how long a job can be disconnected before the job is ended.