System Shutdown Order With CA Top Secret At End Of Day

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Article ID: 18155

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CA Cleanup CA Datacom CA DATACOM - AD CA CIS CA Common Services for z/OS CA 90s Services CA Database Management Solutions for DB2 for z/OS CA Common Product Services Component CA Common Services CA Datacom/AD CA ecoMeter Server Component FOC CA Easytrieve Report Generator for Common Services CA Infocai Maintenance CA IPC Unicenter CA-JCLCheck Common Component CA Mainframe VM Product Manager CA Chorus Software Manager CA On Demand Portal CA Service Desk Manager - Unified Self Service CA PAM Client for Linux for zSeries CA Mainframe Connector for Linux on System z CA Graphical Management Interface CA Web Administrator for Top Secret CA CA- Xpertware CA Top Secret CA Top Secret - LDAP CA Top Secret - VSE

Issue/Introduction

Description:

When using an automation tool to pilot our system, what is the order to shutdown the operating system at the end of day?

Solution:

The consensus is what follows:

If you don't want the $$$LOG$$ file, you shutdown JES, CA Top Secret and then the AT (Automation Tool). This is with OPTION(78) active in CA Top Secret.

If the AT gets violations being shutdown last, then the order to shutdown should be: JES, the AT and then CA Top Secret . The AT caused a security check to occur and CA Top Secret was no longer up. So, we need to shut it down before CA Top Secret. If SA390 didn't cause a security check to occur, then it could be shutdown after CA Top-Secret.

If you want the $$$LOG$$ file, then the shutdown order should be: CA Top Secret, JES, and then the AT.

If the AT gets violations with this order, shutdown the AT first, TSS and then JES, because the AT is causing a security check to occur and TSS needs to be up to process that check.

Environment

Release: TOPSEC00200-15-Top Secret-Security
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