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When a journal full situation occurs, the messages shown in are written to the
system console.
Example 7-29 Messages EDG2104E and EDG2103D
EDG2104E JOURNAL FILE IS FULL - SCHEDULE CONTROL DATA SET
BACKUP TO CLEAR IT.
EDG2103D PERMANENT JOURNAL ERROR - REPLY 'R' TO RETRY,
'I' TO IGNORE, 'D' TO DISABLE, OR 'L' TO LOCK.
When these messages appear, reply to EDG2103D with 'D', to disable the
journal data set. The rest of the EDGHSKP run will then continue without
journaling. If the inventory management process is successfully finished you can
enabling your journal by using the EDGHSKP PARM(BACKUP) function.
7.3.2 Disabling the journal data set
Another possibility is to do the first run of EDGHSKP with the journal disabled
from the beginning. The possibility of disabling the journaling depends on how
the journal data set is defined in the DFSMSrmm procedure and in the PARMLIB
member EDGRMMxx.
If the journal data set is not defined in the DFSMSrmm procedure, and is defined
in the PARMLIB member EDGRMMxx, it is possible to do the following steps to
perform a EDGHSKP PARM(VRSEL) run with the journaling disabled:
1. Create a new member EDGRMMyy by copying the existing member
EDGRMMxx in PARMLIB.
2. In the new member EDGRMMyy remove the JRNLNAME statement in the
OPTION parameter.
3. Restart DFSMSrmm with the new EDGRMMyy member, by issuing the
operator MODIFY command shown in Example 7-30.
Example 7-30 Restarting the DFSMSrmm subsystem
F DFRMM,M=yy
4. When DFSMSrmm is restarted without the journal data set you receive the
messages shown in Example 7-31 in your system log.
Example 7-31 Messages EDG0204I, EDG0122I and EDG0105I
EDG0204I DFSMSrmm BEING INITIALIZED FROM MEMBER EDGRMMyy IN SYS1.PARMLIB
EDG0122I NO JOURNAL FILE ALLOCATED - JOURNALING DISABLED
EDG0105I DFSMSrmm SUBSYSTEM INITIALIZATION COMPLETE
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You can also check the status of the journal data set by issuing the command
shown in Example 7-32.
Example 7-32 LISTCONTROL to list options
RMM LISTCONTROL OPTION
The output of the LISTCONTROL command is shown in Example 7-33.
Example 7-33 LISTCONTROL OPTION output
Control record:
Type = MASTER Create date = 1997/114 Create time = 14:28:32
Journal Utilization = 0% (75% threshold) STATUS: = DISABLED
CDS: Utilization = 75%
Exit status: Options:
EDGUX100 = ENABLED Stacked Volumes = NONE
EDGUX200 = NONE Extended Bin = DISABLED
System options:
PARMLIB Suffix = 00
Operating mode = W Retention period: Default = 5 Maximum = NOLIMIT
Catalog = 12 hours
Control data set name = RMM.PROD.CDS
Journal file data set name =
Journal threshold = 75%
Catalog SYSID = *
Scratch procedure name = EDGXPROC
Backup procedure name = EDGBKUP
IPL date check = N Date format = J RACF support = A
SMF audit = 248 SMF security = 249 CDS id = PROD
MAXHOLD value = 100 Lines per page = 54 System ID = EGZB
BLP = RMM TVEXT purge = RELEASE Notify = Y
Uncatalog = Y VRS job name = 2 Message case = M
MASTER overwrite= LAST Accounting = J VRS selection = NEW
VRS change = INFO VRSMIN action = FAIL VRSMIN count = 10
Disp DD name = LOANDD Disp msg ID = EDG4054I
Retain by = VOLUME Move by = VOLUME CMDAUTH Owner = NO
PREACS = NO SMSACS = NO CMDAUTH Dsn = YES
Reuse bin = CONFIRMMOVE
PDA: OFF
Block count = 255 Block size = 27 Log = OFF
SMSTAPE:
Update scratch = YES Update command = YES Update exits = YES
Purge = ASIS
READY
The Journal file data set name field should be blank when the journal data
set is disabled.

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