Detailed information for the notes.ini Keyword: 

PortOrder


Short Description: Hold the location of disabled ports

Description:

The PortOrder parameter is used as a state variable to hold the location of disabled ports so that if the disabled port is ever re-enabled, it will be added back to the Ports parameter in its previous position in the list. Here's an example:

State 0:
Ports=Port_1, Port_2, Port_3

State 1 (Admin disabled Port_2)
Ports=Port_1, Port_3
PortOrder=Port_1, Port_2, Port_3
DisabledPorts=Port_2

State 2 (Admin re-enables Port_2)
Ports=Port_1, Port_2, Port_3
PortOrder=Port_1, Port_2, Port_3

Note that this parameter is not directly used to determine which ports are started and what precedence they have. It is only used to remember a previous configuration and to add the newly re-enabled port back to its previous spot in the Ports list.





Default value:
None

Syntax:
PortOrder=Ports

Example:
PortOrder=Port_1, Port_2, Port_3

UI equivalent:
None


Applies to:
Server


Valid for version:
8.0.0

Documented in:
IBM Website

Entry created by:
Bastian W.