The changes made to SCHED_DECNET.COM will affect all new incoming connections, therefore it is not necessary to restart CA Job Management for OpenVMS.
Once tracing is enabled within the SCHED_DECNET component, tracing information is written to the network server log which is named NETSERVER.LOG on DECnet Phase IV hosts, and NET$SERVER.LOG on DECnet Plus hosts. Regardless of which DECnet stack is used, the log file is typically stored in the remote users login directory on the remote host. For example, if the SYSTEM user account is used to execute SCHEDULE commands using the /SERVER qualifier, the log file will usually be located in SYS$MANAGER on the remote host. For remote dependency checks, the log file is also usually located in SYS$MANAGER on the remote host since the NSCHED server process runs under the SYSTEM user account.
Be aware of proxy records on the remote host that result in proxy logins to a different user on that host as that will affect the location of the log file; use the OpenVMS AUTHORIZE utility to view proxy records configured on the remote host.