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$BACKUP_SOFTWARE has been giving me far too much grief at work. You'd think I'd read a book at home or something. Maybe even unpack. Instead, I'm installing MVS.
0000 05.41.35           $P
0000 05.41.35 $HASP000 SYSTEM DRAINING
0000 05.41.55 $PJES2
0000 05.41.55 $HASP000 JES2 NOT DORMANT -- SYSTEM NOW DRAINING
0000 05.42.28 $DU
0000 05.42.28 $HASP000 READER1 00C INACTIVE
0000 05.42.28 $HASP000 PRINTER1 00E INACTIVE
0000 05.42.28 $HASP000 PRINTER2 00F HALTED
0000 05.42.28 $HASP000 PRINTER3 30E DRAINED
0000 05.42.28 $HASP000 PUNCH1 00D INACTIVE
0000 05.42.28 $HASP000 LINE1 *** DRAINED (RMT1)
You don't say... do you not understand the meaning of the $P command? I gorram want my printers drained. Be good or I'll replace you with JES3.
0000 05.42.37           $P RDR1
0300 05.42.37 $HASP097 READER1 IS DRAINED
0000 05.42.37 $HASP000 OK
0000 05.42.41 $P PRT1
0300 05.42.41 $HASP097 PRINTER1 IS DRAINED
0000 05.42.41 $HASP000 OK
0000 05.42.44 $P PRT2
0000 05.42.44 $HASP000 OK
Okay, here's the problem. Stopping any device should drain it and reply with $HASP097. Yet JES2 stares at me with a glazed look in its eyes that says "hold my head to your ear, you will hear the sea."
0000 05.42.58           $DU
0000 05.42.58 $HASP000 READER1 00C DRAINED
0000 05.42.58 $HASP000 PRINTER1 00E DRAINED
0000 05.42.58 $HASP000 PRINTER2 00F DRAINING
0000 05.42.58 $HASP000 PRINTER3 30E DRAINED
0000 05.42.58 $HASP000 PUNCH1 00D INACTIVE
0000 05.42.58 $HASP000 LINE1 *** DRAINED (RMT1)
Nope. After some flailing around and consulting the manuals, I decided to try reverse psychology:

0000 05.49.09           $S PRT2
0200 05.49.09 $HASP160 PRINTER2 INACTIVE - CLASS=Z
FF40 05.49.09 $HASP099 ALL AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS COMPLETE
0000 05.49.09 $HASP000 OK
Yeah. In this parallel world, starting a printer drains it.
0000 05.49.17           $DU
0000 05.49.17 $HASP000 READER1 00C DRAINED
0000 05.49.17 $HASP000 PRINTER1 00E DRAINED
0000 05.49.17 $HASP000 PRINTER2 00F INACTIVE
0000 05.49.17 $HASP000 PRINTER3 30E DRAINED
0000 05.49.17 $HASP000 PUNCH1 00D DRAINED
0000 05.49.17 $HASP000 LINE1 *** DRAINED (RMT1)
0000 05.49.40 $PJES2
4000 05.49.40 STC 2 $HASP395 INIT ENDED
4000 05.49.40 STC 3 $HASP395 INIT ENDED
4000 05.49.40 STC 7 $HASP395 INIT ENDED
4000 05.49.40 STC 4 $HASP395 INIT ENDED
4000 05.49.40 STC 5 $HASP395 INIT ENDED
4000 05.49.40 STC 6 $HASP395 INIT ENDED
4000 05.49.40 IEE043I A SYSTEM LOG DATA SET HAS BEEN QUEUED TO SYSOUT CLASS A
4000 05.49.40 IEE037I LOG NOT ACTIVE
4000 05.49.40 STC 2 IEF404I INIT - ENDED - TIME=05.49.40
4000 05.49.40 STC 3 IEF404I INIT - ENDED - TIME=05.49.40
4000 05.49.40 STC 7 IEF404I INIT - ENDED - TIME=05.49.40
4000 05.49.40 STC 4 IEF404I INIT - ENDED - TIME=05.49.40
4000 05.49.40 STC 5 IEF404I INIT - ENDED - TIME=05.49.40
4000 05.49.40 STC 6 IEF404I INIT - ENDED - TIME=05.49.40
FFFF 05.50.45 $HASP085 JES2 TERMINATION COMPLETE
And that's all she wrote. I'm hoping fixing this is in the sysgen checklist somewhere, or it's a weird emulator artifact thingy.

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