A REORG SHRLEVEL CHANGE for an ORGANIZE BY HASH TABLESPACE takes the "emergency exit" ABEND S04E-00E4D5D2.
As of now, I haven't been able to figure out what is going wrong. The object can be empty or contain data, it can be small, large, or huge - you name it, but the REORG always (!) fails with the same ABEND. I'm pretty sure that I'm making some stupid mistake, and that the solution is a trivial little detail I'm overlooking.
The APAR database does not have too much in store, mainly PM49317 (see item 5. of problem description section), PM31000, and PM48325. The fix for PM49317, UK73284, recently went PE (AM57322, 12.039). Besides, in my case I don't see any indication of a SORT problem of any kind.
A quick look into the DUMP easily lets you track back the "sequence of events", at least to some extent/depth.
CSECT DSNUGSTA (09/16/10; UK60512)
At offset X' 00000992', DSNUGTRC (09/26/11; UK71458) is called. At offset X'000009C2', an internal subroutine (at offset X'0000265C') is called, which right away stumbles over GPR2 contents not being positive (in my case, always some value like X'F2xxxxxx’), and then issues the ABEND (offset X'000027E8').
Any help or idea is highly appreciated.
Thanks a lot in advance!
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Updated on 2012-07-18T14:23:50Z at 2012-07-18T14:23:50Z by MichaelMcBride
ToddBurchDB2 270001F7F874 Posts
Re: ABEND S04E-00E4D5D2 on REORG for ORGANIZE BY HASH TABLESPACE2012-02-14T11:47:03ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.From the description of the issue:
This abend is placed at logic points that will occur only through a programming error.
There is nothing you can do to avoid the error. You'll have to open a ticket with support.
kagorp 100000GP8K2 Posts
Re: ABEND S04E-00E4D5D2 on REORG for ORGANIZE BY HASH TABLESPACE2012-02-14T14:03:56ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- ToddBurchDB2 270001F7F8
I did read the description of the reason code, of course. However, experience has taught me not to be "scared away" by the really bad, bad reason codes. Agreed, the X'00E4D5D2' is definitely an APAR-able problem, but the expertise in this forum might still provide hints, tips, or a possible workaround technique.
Am I really the very first person to REORG a HASH TS and hit this particular problem? If so, a PMR is the only way, of course.
Yet, if there is something - anything - I can do to get around this problem, I'd happily try and test it.
MichaelMcBride 2700006V071 Post
Re: ABEND S04E-00E4D5D2 on REORG for ORGANIZE BY HASH TABLESPACE2012-07-18T14:23:50ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- kagorp 100000GP8K
How is the data populated into your offending table? What version of DB2 are you on? Did you ever open a ticket with IBM?