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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-04-03T03:59:15Z by VanceMorris
VanceMorris
VanceMorris
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Pinned topic re: RDz services fail to start

‏2012-03-30T20:33:41Z |
Salute,

I'm seeing the following messages when attempting to start rsed, jmon, and lockd:

14.41.33 s rsed
14.41.33 STC00051 $HASP373 RSED STARTED
14.41.33 STC00051 +BPXM009I BPXBATCH FAILED BECAUSE OPEN (BPX1OPN) FOR
STDIN FAILED WITH RETURN CODE 0000009C REASON CODE 0B0C00F9
14.41.33 STC00051 IEF404I RSED - ENDED - TIME=14.41.33
14.41.37 s lockd
14.41.37 STC00052 $HASP373 LOCKD STARTED
14.41.37 STC00052 +BPXM009I BPXBATCH FAILED BECAUSE OPEN (BPX1OPN) FOR
STDIN FAILED WITH RETURN CODE 0000009C REASON CODE 0B0C00F9
14.41.37 STC00052 IEF404I LOCKD - ENDED - TIME=14.41.37
14.41.39 s jmon
14.41.39 STC00053 $HASP373 JMON STARTED
14.41.39 STC00053 CEE3798I ATTEMPTING TO TAKE A DUMP FOR ABEND U4093 TO
DATA SET: .D090.T1441396.JMON
14.41.39 STC00053 IEA820I TRANSACTION DUMP REQUESTED BUT NOT TAKEN
DUMP DATA SET NAME NOT VALID
14.41.39 STC00053 CEE3796I AN ATTEMPT TO DYNAMICALLY TAKE A DUMP WAS NOT
SUCCESSFUL.
THE ERROR RETURN CODE WAS 00000008 AND THE REASON CODE WAS 00000021.
14.41.39 STC00053 IEF404I JMON - ENDED - TIME=14.41.39
Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Updated on 2012-04-03T03:59:15Z at 2012-04-03T03:59:15Z by VanceMorris
  • JavaPoet
    JavaPoet
    12 Posts

    Re: re: RDz services fail to start

    ‏2012-04-03T03:53:37Z  
    I found http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21390468 but this is not exactly the same thing however following the same method and looking at http://publibfi.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr/BOOKS/BPXZA830/5.2?SHELF=ap0abk12&DT=20020709100131 the 00F9 might indicate "The user ID is not defined to the security product." ?
  • VanceMorris
    VanceMorris
    27 Posts

    Re: re: RDz services fail to start

    ‏2012-04-03T03:59:15Z  
    • JavaPoet
    • ‏2012-04-03T03:53:37Z
    I found http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21390468 but this is not exactly the same thing however following the same method and looking at http://publibfi.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr/BOOKS/BPXZA830/5.2?SHELF=ap0abk12&DT=20020709100131 the 00F9 might indicate "The user ID is not defined to the security product." ?
    Thanks JavaPoet, actually just resolved the issue earlier today. See cross post here:
    https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=423669