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SSH

Querying the Server Version

Console

You can query the version of the server with the following console command:

===> F SSHD2,VERSION

ISPF

To check the version of the server in ISPF, enter the Tectia SSH Assistant option 4.1.5 TSRVQV (Query the version of the running SSH server).

You should see the following console messages:

 ISF031I CONSOLE <USERID> ACTIVATED
-F SSHD2,VERSION
 +SSZ0003I Command VERSION accepted
 +SSZ0004I Tectia Server for z/OS <version>
  SSZ0008I VC branch: <branch>
  SSZ0009I VC revision: <revision>
[Note]Note

If some of the console messages fail to show up, you can check them in the SDSF log.


 

 
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