For example, to end subsystem XYZ on System S02, you would take the following steps:
- Start an FTP session to your iSeries. The FTP server on iSeries will need to be running.
- Sign on with a user profile that has at least *JOBCTL.
- From your PC, open a CMD window, then issue the following commands:
Connected to s02.xxx.com.
220-QTCP at s02.xxx.com.
220 Connection will close if idle more than 5 minutes.
User (s02.xxx.com:(none)): keg
331 Enter password.
230 KEG logged on.
ftp> quote rcmd endsbs xyz *immed
250 Command endsbs xyz *immed successful.
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