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Port setting in Listener Settings dropped after restart

Port setting in Listener Settings dropped after restart

Port setting in Listener Settings dropped after restart

(OP)
Hello,

We run two MQ 5.3.1 (CSD03) queue managers on a Windows 2000 Server box.

Sometimes, after a queue manager recycle or a boot of the box, the second queue manager loses it's port setting (which i have set to 1415). I have to go into the Proprties of the Listener and reset the TCP flag and enter the port number again.

Has anyone else experienced this..?..

Many thanks for any help..

RE: Port setting in Listener Settings dropped after restart

CSD6 caused this problem with the main QM, CSD7 fixed it.
So the best would be to first apply the latest CSD and see if it fixes it.

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RE: Port setting in Listener Settings dropped after restart

(OP)
Thanks...! Will do...

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