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Jcl Error Data Set Reservation Unsuccessful
So always consider the status of your anti-virus, keep it updated to ensure it is working well. Nonetheless, if it's about a missing file, then you should go over the web and search for a downloadable file of it. I don't have control over test batch accessing the data set. stepname The name of the job step.
References: DATA SET RESERVATION UNSUCCESSFUL From: Donnelly, John P Prev by Date: Re: Finding PROCs executed by JCL Next by Date: $HASP165 Inconsistent Formatting Previous by thread: Re: DATA SET RESERVATION The answer to Lizette's question is a factor in what might be the correct or "better" solution. That's the reason why knowing the basic solutions to such problems is vital so that next time you experience them, you already know how to eliminate them. Any other way we might accomplish the same event?
All you have to do to make the process work is to go over the advance system setting via control panel. Thanks in advance!!!_________________tp Back to top expatIntermediateJoined: 01 Mar 2007Posts: 458Topics: 9Location: Back in Bruxelles Posted: Thu Jul 19, 2007 6:32 am Post subject: That is a new message for me, Without the message id from the WTOR, any response from this list would be pure speculation. IEF373I STEP/SAS /START 2012251.0241 IEF374I STEP/SAS /STOP 2012251.0241 CPU 0MIN 00.00SEC SRB 0MIN 00.00SEC VIRT 0K SYS 0K EXT 0K SYS 0K IEF285I SYSU.SAS.LIBRARY KEPT IEF285I VOL SER NOS= SYSP29.
There are individuals who find PC replacement as the best choice for these errors. is it something related with the system catalog backups?? Job1 using GDG version with DISP=(new,cat,del) & DISP=SHR whereas Job2 is using DISP=OLD. There are 2 ways to fix this error depending on the kind of situation you're under.
Perhaps someone else who has used this would care to comment on the pros and cons of this parameter. Job1 creates a GDG version and Job2 checks if the GDG base has any data or not. 6. Re-installing the software will help if it's causing the problem. http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSLTBW_2.1.0/com.ibm.zos.v2r1.ieam800/gg211i.htm The first data set of a concatenation would be +000, but the value +000 is never shown.
See the z/OS MVS Initialization and Tuning Reference, ALLOCxx, SDSN_WAIT for additional information on WAITALLOC(^NO_________________The day you stop learning the dinosaur becomes extinct Back to top expatIntermediateJoined: 01 Mar 2007Posts: 458Topics: Comprehending where the problem is coming from will give you more possibility to solve it. This does smell "site related" - - I just don't know where to point the "Febreze." There isn't much to the SYSOUT. After locating the real data set name in a catalog, the system found that the data set is already reserved by another user. * The DD statement requested a generation of
From: MXG Software LIST [ mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of [log in to unmask] Sent: Friday, September 07, 2012 7:19 AM https://www.mail-archive.com/[email protected]/msg144915.html In my JCL I have: //PDB DD DISP=OLD,BUFNO=30,DSN=POSSHR.MXG.SYSA.DAILY.PDB Anything written to the PDB would use the PDB.member form. Application Programmer Response: Change the DD statement. o The DD statement requested all levels of a GDG.
Job1 creates a file ,which triggers another job say Job2. 2. From the JESYSMSG of the job, the relative position of the dataset was given as +137. This is an os problem that cant be fixed using certain shortcut keys given that the change of a software or hardware on your PC caused it. Scott Barry Description: cid:2A2562C2-7E81-49B9-BF2E-E2A566DD3588 http://sbbworks.com From: MXG Software LIST [ mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Doug Medland Sent: Friday, September 07, 2012 10:24 AM
Also, provide information about both SAS jobs, possibly the SAS job interested in PDB access is using LIBNAME and not DISP=SHR access in JCL? Virtual Memory Too Low The RAM of your PC is also one of the common areas where error takes place. but still the job has abended with jcl error. System Programmer Response: If the system programmer wants to allow jobs to wait for the requested resource rather than to fail, add the following statement into the ALLOCxx member of SYS1.PARMLIB:
Resubmit the job for processing. Nonetheless, there is nothing to worry about as this is just a sign that you need to do something. After locating the real data set name in a catalog, the system found that the data set is already reserved by another user.
I searched if the dataset used in this step was being accessed by another job or proc at that time.
thanks in advance_________________tp Back to top Display posts from previous: All Posts1 Day7 Days2 Weeks1 Month3 Months6 Months1 YearOldest FirstNewest First MVSFORUMS.com Forum Index -> Job Control Language(JCL) All times Please post your output showing this message, along with any message ID that is shown._________________If it's true that we are here to help others, then what exactly are the others here procstep The name of the step in the procedure. o The DD statement requested a generation of a generation data group (GDG).
This issue causes the virtual memory to be too low. IEF375I JOB/POSABVIR/START 2012251.0240 IEF376I JOB/POSABVIR/STOP 2012251.0241 CPU 0MIN 00.64SEC SRB 0MIN 00.04SEC Nothing else in the log or SYSOUT. In the message text: jobname The name of the job. When you use the WAIT= option, you must also specify the engine name in the LIBNAME statement if you are accessing uncataloged libraries or libraries that do not reside on disk.
From the SAS 9.3 Companion for z/OS, Second Edition: WAIT=n specifies how long SAS software waits for a data set that is held by another job or user before the LIBNAME See z/OS MVS JCL User's Guide for more information on GDG ALL or OPTCD=B requests when used within a set of concatenated data sets. Regards, Doug Medland IBM Global Services, GDF SMI Performance & Capacity MF Pool All work requests should be directed to: GDF SMI PCM MF CANADA/Toronto/IBM ([log in to unmask]) Email: [log In the message text: jobname The name of the job.
The only time I use a LIBNAME statement is when I'm using "online SAS." I have received a reply from SAS support asking for more details so I will mention the After locating the catalog-generated name for the generation, the system found that the data set was already reserved by another user.