REINIT,MODULES Command - Reinitialize ECSA Modules

Use the REINIT,MODULES command to provide an alternative method to force modules ESFSSSM, ESFUSO, and ESFUSS to be reloaded into ECSA at the next startup.
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Use the REINIT,MODULES command to provide an alternative method to force modules ESFSSSM, ESFUSO, and ESFUSS to be reloaded into ECSA at the next
Spool
startup.
The normal method to force a new version of ESFSSSM, ESFUSO, and ESFUSS to be loaded into ECSA is to rename the respective module to a new name and then to specify the new name on the MODULES parm statement. Using this method means that the SMP environment might not reflect the current module names for those modules that were renamed.
  • A REINIT,MODULES,ON command can be used to force new versions of modules ESFSSSM, ESFUSO, and ESFUSS to be loaded into ECSA at the next
    Spool
    startup.
  • A REINIT,MODULES,OFF command nullifies a pending refresh of the previously mentioned modules caused by issuing of a REINIT,MODULES,ON command.
Appropriate ESF888 messages are produced to indicate the status of module refresh commands. An ESF022 message is issued if new versions of modules ESFSSSM, ESFUSO, and ESFUSS are loaded into ECSA at
Spool
startup, as a result of a pending module refresh request from the prior
Spool
cycle.
The syntax is as follows:
REINIT,MODULES,{ON | OFF}
If you specify neither an ON or OFF parameter, the command is considered invalid. There is no default value. If the command is invalid, no action occurs.
Examples:
This example refreshes the ECSA modules ESFSSSM, ESFUSO, and ESFUSS are scheduled for the next
Spool
startup.
REINIT,MODULES,ON
This example cancels the pending ECSA refresh.
REINIT,MODULES,OFF