REINIT Command - Reinitialize ESF

You can use the REINIT Command to read the
Spool
parameter deck again and reconfigure the NODE, DEFNODE, USERID, NJE, MESSAGE, DESTID, SAFAT, SAFDEF, SAFUID, SAR, SPOOLDS, and SAFTYPE definitions.
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Use the REINIT Command to read the
Spool
parameter deck again and reconfigure the NODE, DEFNODE, USERID, NJE, MESSAGE, DESTID, SAFAT, SAFDEF, SAFUID, SAR, SPOOLDS, and SAFTYPE definitions.
Changes to all other
Spool
initialization parameters not mentioned previously require a
Spool
restart. A COLD start is required if CHKPTDS, MAXFSEQ, NUMFQES, PGNLEN, SID, or S
nn
parameters are changed. If BUFIZE is changed, a FORMAT start is required.
If the LPD/IPP Interface is active, the LPD/IPP Interface reconfigures the LPDSERV default LPDDEST parameter values and all the LPDDEST and LPDFILE definitions. Changes to the LPDSERV parameters TCPPORT and TCPNS do not take effect until
Spool
is restarted.
If External Security and security changes are made that must take effect immediately, issue REINIT to maintain the in-core, and refresh the External Security definitions.
If you are using Java Transformers, issue REINIT to:
  • Refresh the cache if transformer resources are changed.
  • Have the modified transformer parameters take effect immediately.
The syntax is as follows:
REINIT [,*(
member
) | ,
dsname
[(
member
)] | ,LPD | ,FSS [,
fssname
| ,*ALL]]
If no value or an asterisk (*) is specified, the original ESFPARM data set is used.
  • *(
    member
    )
    Reinitializes the specified member in the original data set.
  • dsname
    or
    dsname
    (
    member
    )
    Reinitializes the specified data set.
  • LPD
    Reinitializes the LPD/IPP Interface.
  • FSS
    Reinitializes the Java Transformers.
    • fssname
      Reinitializes the specified Java Transformer Functional subsystem.
    • *ALL
      Reinitializes all Java Transformer Functional subsystems.
Changes to NODE parameters that the user can modify in the menu system or through the T Reset Printer command are not updated during REINIT processing.