ENDWWWRP


ENDWWWRP - End World Wide Web Server Request Processors

The ENDWWWRP command is used to end Web Server request processors for a specific server that are no longer needed. The server can be identified using either the PORT and HOST parameters or the SVRID parameter. The SVRID parameter must be used to identify the server if a server identifier was specified when starting the server.

The initial number of request processors are started when the server is started using the STRWWW command. Additional request processors could have been started with the STRWWWRP command or started dynamically based on the request wait timeout configuration value.


ENDWWWRP Parameters

PORT - Socket Port
The socket port to end server request processors on. The default value is 80. The port and host uniquely identify the running server. Refer to the socket port configuration value for more information.

This parameter is only used when the server ID parameter is set to *PORT.

RPS - Request Processors to End
The number of server request processors to end. The default value is 1. The value must be less than the currently number of running request processors. To end all request processors and the server use the ENDWWW command.

HOST - Host Name or IP Address
Identifies the host the server is processing. The default value is *NOMULTIHOME. The default value must be used if the server has multihome processing disabled. A valid host must be specified if the server has multihome processing enabled. The host can be identified with either a host name or an IP address. If the host is not known then the server jobs can be used to determine the host name.

This parameter is only used when the server ID parameter is set to *PORT.

SVRID - Server Identifier
Used to identify the server for which request processors are to be ended. The server identifier is assigned to the server at startup. The server ID entered can be either a configured or default value.

This parameter must be used if the server identifier is not the default server ID. The default of *PORT indicates that the PORT and HOST parameters are to be used to identify the server.


Authorizing a User to ENDWWWRP

A user that does not have *ALLOBJ special authority must be authorized as follows to run the ENDWWWRP command: