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Some users are having trouble logging into Presto and and getting a session terminated message when Presto is running in it's own subsystem.

Product: Presto Type: Troubleshooting

When you run Presto in it's own subsystem, the number of sessions will be limited by the definition of the subsystem. To check the number of jobs allowed in your subsystem try this:

  • DSPSBSD SBSD(PRESTOSBS) (or whatever the name of your sbs is).
  • Choose option 1. Operational attributes and check the value for Maximum jobs in subsystem.

If the number of jobs actually in your subsystem is at or near the value of Maximum jobs in subsystem then you should consider changing  the number of jobs allowed.  To do that you can use the CHGSBSD command:


You can make this change while the subsystem is active:


For more information on setting up Presto to run in it's own subsystem check out KB15034




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