Try turning off typeahead, as follows:

:setvar hptypeahead,false (NOT off, as previously stated).

This should be done before initiating the QUICK process, which may
require modification of a logon udc or a command file.


At 09:58 PM 08-08-14, John Bawden wrote:
>I'm supporting a client that is having a problem with hung sessions
>in a Quick screen. User will log on and go from the main menu to a
>subsystem menu and then choose another screen option and their
>session just hangs. I had one user log in and reproduce the problem
>while I was monitoring with Glance and could see activity running
>the Quick screens until the hand. Then no disc or CPU activity and
>focusing in on the process found it was in a 100% long wait state on
>a terminal read running VTSERVER.NET.SYS. There were no impedes and
>no database locks and no other application users on the system. I've
>asked them a few more question to follow up on like is this the only
>screen that causes the hang and will it do it every time and am
>waiting for those answers.
>They did a start norecovery a few weeks back and it started in right
>way after they were up again. I've run nettool and resources are fine.
>Has anyone ever run into something like this and if so, do you
>remember what it took to resolve it? I've never seen anything like it before.
>Thanks in advance for any suggestions or directions to look further.
> John Bawden
>Homestead3000 Consulting
>MPE Forever
>
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