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Pinned topic AMQ8101:WebSphere MQ error (893) - mqlUpdateLogFileHeader - MIQM MQ 7.0.1.5

‏2011-10-07T06:35:48Z |
Hi All,

I am trying to create a Multi Instance Queue Manager on OEL X86 box and NAS4 on EMC Celerra VNX.

Getting above error and Following is dumped in Log file,

07/10/11 15:13:10 - Process(15720.1) User(mqm) Program(crtmqm)
Host(<Host Name>)
AMQ6125: An internal WebSphere MQ error has occurred.

07/10/11 15:13:10 - Process(15720.1) User(mqm) Program(crtmqm)
Host(<Host Name>)
AMQ6184: An internal WebSphere MQ error has occurred on queue manager KIRAN.

07/10/11 15:13:10 - Process(15720.1) User(mqm) Program(crtmqm)
Host(<Host Name>)
AMQ6118: An internal WebSphere MQ error has occurred (20806822)

07/10/11 15:13:10 - Process(15720.1) User(mqm) Program(crtmqm)
Host(<Host Name>)
AMQ6184: An internal WebSphere MQ error has occurred on queue manager KIRAN.
And FDC File have following entries

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
WebSphere MQ First Failure Symptom Report
=========================================
 
Date/Time :- Fri October 07 2011 15:07:18 EST
UTC Time :- 1317960438.128017
UTC Time Offset :- 660 (EST)
Host Name :- orint5emqs01.espdev.aurdev.national.com.au
Operating System :- Linux 2.6.18-194.32.1.0.1.el5xen
PIDS :- 5724H7230
LVLS :- 7.0.1.5
Product Long Name :- WebSphere MQ for Linux (x86-64 platform)
Vendor :- IBM
Probe Id :- HL090089
Application Name :- MQM
Component :- mqlUpdateLogFileHeader
SCCS Info :- lib/logger/amqherr0.c, 1.19.3.1
Line Number :- 118
Build Date :- Apr 19 2011
CMVC level :- p701-105-110419
Build Type :- IKAP - (Production)
Effective UserID :- 5000 (mqm)
Real UserID :- 5000 (mqm)
Program Name :- crtmqm
Addressing mode :- 64-bit
Process :- 15411
Process(Thread) :- 15411
Thread :- 1
ThreadingModel :- PosixThreads
QueueManager :- KIRAN
UserApp :- FALSE
ConnId(2) QM :- 2
Last HQC :- 2.0.0-132704
Last HSHMEMB :- 2.9.11-4384
Major Errorcode :- hrcE_MQLO_ACCD
Minor Errorcode :- OK
Probe Type :- INCORROUT
Probe Severity :- 2
Probe Description :- AMQ6125: An internal WebSphere MQ error has occurred.
FDCSequenceNumber :- 0
 

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Trace





-} mqlOpenLogControlFile rc=OK
-{ mqlChangeConfiguration
-} mqlChangeConfiguration rc=OK
-{ hosAllocateSharedMem
--{ xcsAllocateMemBlock
---{ xstExtendSet
----{ xstCreateExtent
-----{ xstGetNextExtentId
------{ xllSpinLockRequest
------} xllSpinLockRequest rc=OK
------{ xllSpinLockRelease
------} xllSpinLockRelease rc=OK
-----} xstGetNextExtentId rc=OK
-----{ xstCreateExtentFile
------{ xstCheckExtentFile
------} xstCheckExtentFile rc=xecL_E_INVALID_NAME
Data: 0x00000006
-----} xstCreateExtentFile rc=OK
-----{ xstVerifySysVIdInFile
-----} xstVerifySysVIdInFile rc=xecX_E_NO_SUCH_EXTENT
-----{ xstUpdateExtentFile
-----} xstUpdateExtentFile rc=OK
Data: 0x00000006
-----{ xstInitialiseHeap
------{ xcsGetEnvironmentString
------} xcsGetEnvironmentString rc=xecE_E_ENV_VAR_NOT_FOUND
------{ xllSpinLockInit
------} xllSpinLockInit rc=OK
-----} xstInitialiseHeap rc=OK
-----{ xcsRequestThreadMutexSem
-----} xcsRequestThreadMutexSem rc=OK

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I can send the whole trace, Pelase let me know.

Also My NFS4 is configured as
<NAS Location> /MQHA nfs4 rw,bg,hard,intr,timeo=300,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,actimeo=0
Any help or input is much appreciated.
Updated on 2011-12-02T15:49:01Z at 2011-12-02T15:49:01Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: AMQ8101:WebSphere MQ error (893) - mqlUpdateLogFileHeader - MIQM MQ 7.0.1.5

    ‏2011-12-02T15:49:01Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    Even though you're running on Linux this is more of a Websphere MQ question. There is a similar thread with a possible answer there:
    https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=191723&#191723

    There are a number of other threads there which might help as well.

    Cheers!
    Chris Walden