|Event name:||Queue Full.|
|Reason code in MQCFH:||
MQRC_Q_FULL (2053, X'805').
Queue already contains maximum number of messages.
|Event description:||On an MQPUT or MQPUT1 call, the call failed because the queue is full. That is, it already contains the maximum number of messages possible (see the
- IBM® MQ for z/OS® supports queue depth events on shared queues. You might receive a NULL event message for a shared queue if a queue manager has performed no activity on that shared queue.
- For shared queues, the correlation identifier, CorrelId in the message descriptor (MQMD) is set. See Event message MQMD (message descriptor) for more information.
Description: Name of the queue manager generating the event. Identifier: MQCA_Q_MGR_NAME. Data type: MQCFST. Maximum length: MQ_Q_MGR_NAME_LENGTH. Returned: Always.
Description: Name of the queue on which the put was rejected. Identifier: MQCA_BASE_Q_NAME. Data type: MQCFST. Maximum length: MQ_Q_NAME_LENGTH. Returned: Always.
Description: Time, in seconds, since the statistics were last reset. Identifier: MQIA_TIME_SINCE_RESET. Data type: MQCFIN. Returned: Always.
Description: Maximum number of messages on a queue. Identifier: MQIA_HIGH_Q_DEPTH. Data type: MQCFIN. Returned: Always.
Description: Number of messages enqueued. This is the number of messages put on the queue since the queue statistics were last reset. Identifier: MQIA_MSG_ENQ_COUNT. Data type: MQCFIN. Returned: Always.
Description: Number of messages removed from the queue since the queue statistics were last reset. Identifier: MQIA_MSG_DEQ_COUNT. Data type: MQCFIN. Returned: Always.