Common errors for invalid parameters values
These IKJ type messages can occur when an invalid value is specified in any of the parameters (including DB2CDATA_VOLUME, EXCPDATA_VOLUME, EXCPINDX_VOLUME, METRDATA_VOLUME, OBJSDATA_VOLUME, SQLCDATA_VOLUME, TEXTDATA_VOLUME, and VOLUME).
If any of these messages occur, Db2 Query Monitor stops the startup process and terminates:
- IKJ56231I DATA SET <data set name> NOT ALLOCATED, IKJ56231I TEXT UNIT X'0010' CONTAINS INVALID PARAMETER
- IKJ56248I DATA SET <data set name> NOT ALLOCATED, REQUESTED AS NEW BUT CURRENTLY ALLOCATED
- IKJ56883I type NOT operation, REQUEST CANCELED
- IKJ56893I type_name NOT operation (Allocation, LACS, and/or Storage Management Subsystem messages are displayed)
One possible reason that these messages might occur is due to the use of duplicate variables in parameters used to define data set names.
The following message is issued by the started task if there is a problem allocating the data set:
CQM2601E ALLOCATION FAILED FOR VSAM DATASET <data set name> RETCD=<return code> REASON=<reason code>
When this message occurs, Db2 Query Monitor will stop the start-up process and terminate. Refer to MVS™ Programming Authorized Assembler Services Guide (SA22-7608-07) for information about return and reason codes. Error messages CQM2100E, CQM2101E, and CQM2110E will be issued if the parameters or their values are incorrectly defined.