[z/OS]

Initialization procedure and general services messages (CSQY...)

CSQY000I
IBM® MQ for z/OS® Vn release_type
Explanation

This message is issued when the queue manager starts, and shows the release level and release type.

CSQY002I
QUEUE MANAGER STOPPING
Explanation

The STOP QMGR command is accepted. Message CSQ9022I is issued when the queue manager shutdown process has completed. The message is issued either to the originator of the STOP QMGR command, or to the z/OS console from which the START QMGR command was received.

System action

Queue manager shutdown is initiated.

CSQY003I
QUEUE MANAGER IS ALREADY ACTIVE
Explanation

The START QMGR command has not been accepted, because the queue manager is active. Message CSQ9023E is issued after this message.

CSQY004I
QUEUE MANAGER IS ALREADY STOPPING
Explanation

The STOP QMGR command has not been accepted either because the queue manager shutdown is in progress for the specified option (QUIESCE or FORCE), or because the QUIESCE option was specified after a FORCE option had been accepted previously. Message CSQ9023E is issued after this message.

System action

Queue manager shutdown continues.

CSQY005E
QUEUE MANAGER STARTUP TERMINATED, INVALID START COMMAND
Explanation

The queue manager can be started only by a START QMGR command.

System action

Queue manager startup is terminated.

CSQY006E
csect-name INVALID AMODE OR RMODE ATTRIBUTE FOUND FOR LOAD MODULE module-name
Explanation

The queue manager initialization procedures found that a module had an invalid AMODE or RMODE attribute when it was loaded. module-name is the name of the load module with an invalid addressing or residency mode.

System action

Queue manager startup terminates abnormally.

System programmer response

Verify that all installation and maintenance activities against IBM MQ have been done correctly. If you are unable to correct the problem, contact your IBM support center.

CSQY007E
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER STARTUP TERMINATED, INVALID OPERATING SYSTEM LEVEL
Explanation

The queue manager initialization procedures found that the level of the operating system did not have the function required for correct queue manager operation.

System action

Queue manager startup terminates abnormally.

System programmer response

Verify that the prerequisite, or later, level of the operating system is installed. If you are unable to correct the problem, contact your IBM support center.

CSQY008I
QUEUE MANAGER SHUTDOWN REQUEST NOT ACCEPTED
Explanation

The STOP QMGR command has not been accepted because startup has not completed to the point where shutdown can occur. Message CSQ9023E is issued after this message.

System action

Queue manager startup continues, and the STOP QMGR command is ignored.

CSQY009I
verb-name pkw-name COMMAND ACCEPTED FROM USER(userid), STOP MODE(mode)
Explanation

This message is issued to record who issued the command to stop IBM MQ, and what type of stop it was. verb-name might include the command prefix (CPF). This depends on how the command was entered.

CSQY010E
csect-name LOAD MODULE module-name IS NOT AT THE CORRECT RELEASE LEVEL
Explanation

The named load module is not at the correct level for the version of the queue manager that was being used.

System action

If detected by the queue manager, startup terminates abnormally with reason code X'00E80161'. If detected by the channel initiator (module-name is CSQXJST), it does not start.

If detected by the AMS enablement module (DRQ0NABL), the queue manager only fails to start if SPLCAP=YES is specified in the system parameters. In this case message CSQY029E is issued.

System programmer response

Verify that the correct IBM MQ program libraries are being used (for the queue manager or channel initiator as appropriate) and that all installation and maintenance activities againstIBM MQ have been done correctly. If the early processing program is incorrect (module-name is CSQ3EPX), refresh it by issuing the REFRESH QMGR TYPE(EARLY) command.

If you are unable to correct the problem, contact your IBM support center.

CSQY011E
csect-name COMMAND PREFIX REGISTRATION FAILED. INVALID CHARACTER(S) IN CPF
Explanation

Command prefix registration failed because the command prefix (CPF) contains invalid characters.

System action

The queue manager does not start.

System programmer response

Reissue the z/OS command SETSSI ADD with the correct CPF parameter. Correct the CPF parameter in the record of SYS1.PARMLIB member IEFSSNxx. For information about the parameters, see Updating the subsystem name table.

CSQY012E
csect-name COMMAND PREFIX REGISTRATION FAILED. INVALID CHARACTER(S) IN QUEUE MANAGER NAME
Explanation

Command prefix registration failed because the queue manager name used as the owner of the command prefix (CPF) contains invalid characters.

System action

The queue manager does not start.

System programmer response

Reissue the z/OS command SETSSI ADD with the correct CPF parameter. Correct the CPF parameter in the record of SYS1.PARMLIB member IEFSSNxx. For information about the parameters, see Updating the subsystem name table.

CSQY013E
csect-name COMMAND PREFIX REGISTRATION FAILED. CPF ALREADY DEFINED
Explanation

Command prefix registration failed because the command prefix (CPF) was already defined to z/OS.

System action

The queue manager does not start.

System programmer response

Reissue the z/OS command SETSSI ADD with the correct CPF parameter. Correct the CPF parameter in the record of SYS1.PARMLIB member IEFSSNxx. For information about the parameters, see Updating the subsystem name table.

CSQY014E
csect-name COMMAND PREFIX REGISTRATION FAILED. CPF IS A SUBSET OF A CPF ALREADY DEFINED
Explanation

Command prefix registration failed because the command prefix (CPF) is a subset of a CPF already defined to z/OS.

System action

The queue manager does not start.

System programmer response

Reissue the z/OS command SETSSI ADD with the correct CPF parameter. Correct the CPF parameter in the record of SYS1.PARMLIB member IEFSSNxx. For information about the parameters, see Updating the subsystem name table.

CSQY015E
csect-name COMMAND PREFIX REGISTRATION FAILED. CPF IS A SUPERSET OF A CPF ALREADY DEFINED
Explanation

Command prefix registration failed because the command prefix (CPF) is a superset of a CPF already defined to z/OS.

System action

The queue manager does not start.

System programmer response

Reissue the z/OS command SETSSI ADD with the correct CPF parameter. Correct the CPF parameter in the record of SYS1.PARMLIB member IEFSSNxx. For information about the parameters, see Updating the subsystem name table.

CSQY016E
csect-name SYSTEM ERROR DURING COMMAND PREFIX REGISTRATION
Explanation

A z/OS error occurred during command prefix (CPF) registration.

System action

The queue manager does not start.

System programmer response

Check the z/OS console for other messages relating to the problem.

CSQY017E
csect-name INCORRECT STORAGE PROTECT KEY
Explanation

The queue manager initialization procedures found that the storage protect key was not 7. The most likely causes are that the program properties table (PPT) entry for CSQYASCP has not been specified correctly, or that the IBM MQ program libraries or other libraries in the IBM MQ STEPLIB are not APF authorized.

System action

Queue manager startup terminates abnormally with reason code X'00E80162'.

System programmer response

Check that all the libraries you include in the IBM MQ STEPLIB have been APF-authorized. Also, ensure that you use the actual library name and not the data set alias of the libraries in APF list.

For information about specifying the PPT entry for CSQYASCP and about APF authorization for the IBM MQ program libraries, see Updating the z/OS program properties table.

CSQY018E
csect-name INCORRECT APF AUTHORIZATION
Explanation

The queue manager initialization procedures found that they were not APF authorized. The most likely cause is that one or more of the data sets in the //STEPLIB concatenation is not APF authorized.

System action

Queue manager startup terminates abnormally with reason code X'00E80163'.

System programmer response

Check all the libraries that you include in the IBM MQ STEPLIB are APF-authorized. Also, check that you do not use a data set alias of the libraries in the APF list, use the actual library name instead.

For information about APF authorization for the IBM MQ program libraries, see APF authorize the IBM MQ load libraries.

CSQY019E
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER STARTUP TERMINATED, INVALID PARAMETER MODULE LEVEL, REBUILD macro-name
Explanation

The queue manager initialization procedures found that the level of the parameter module (named in the preceding CSQY001I message) is not at the correct level for this version of the queue manager.

System action

Queue manager startup terminates abnormally with reason code 00E80051.

System programmer response

Rebuild the parameter module ensuring that macro-name is recompiled with the same level of code that the queue manager is running with.

For more information about the macros used to build the parameter module see, Task 17: Tailor your system parameter module.

CSQY020E
csect-name CHANNEL INITIATOR STARTUP TERMINATED, INVALID START COMMAND
Explanation

The channel initiator can be started only by a START CHINIT command.

System action

Channel initiator startup is terminated.

System programmer response

Start the channel initiator using the START CHINIT command

CSQY021E
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER STARTUP TERMINATED, INSUFFICIENT MEMLIMIT
Explanation

The queue manager initialization procedures found that the configured MEMLIMIT is less than 512MB.

System action

Queue manager startup terminates abnormally.

CSQY022I
QUEUE MANAGER INITIALIZATION COMPLETE
Explanation

This message is issued when the initialization of the queue manager completes normally, and it is ready for use.

CSQY023A
SOME OBJECTS COULD NOT BE MIGRATED, MANUAL RESOLUTION REQUIRED. REPLY TO ACKNOWLEDGE AND CONTINUE STARTUP
Explanation

The queue manager has detected that it was previously running at an earlier version and forward migration has been performed. However, some objects could not be migrated because of locks held by in-doubt transactions. Message CSQI970E is also issued for each object that could not be migrated.

This message is not issued during subsequent restarts of the queue manager whilst it is running at the same version.

System action

Startup is suspended and the queue manager waits for the operator to reply with any single character.

System programmer response

Reply to acknowledge this message and allow queue manager startup to proceed.

Thereafter, additional action is required to complete forward migration of each identified object.

For more information see the description of message CSQI970E.

CSQY024I
AMS not started, product usage is not set.
Severity
8
Explanation

The system parameter SPLCAP is set to YES in the queue manager's ZPARM, however, AMSPROD has not been set or QMGRPROD not set to ADVANCEDVUE.

Before IBM MQ 9.1.3, this message is issued if IBM MQ Advanced Message Security has not been installed.

System action

Queue manager startup is terminated.

System programmer response

If Advanced Message Security is required, set the appropriate value for AMSPROD or QMGRPROD, based on your product entitlement. See product usage recording with IBM MQ for z/OS products.

If the queue manager is prior to IBM MQ for z/OS 9.1.3, ensure that Advanced Message Security has been installed correctly and the queue manager's STEPLIB has been updated to include SDRQAUTH.

Alternatively, if IBM MQ Advanced Message Security is not required, update the queue manager's ZPARM, to set SPLCAP to NO.

CSQY025I
AMS is enabled.
Severity
0
Explanation

This message indicates that IBM MQ Advanced Message Security is enabled.

System action

Queue manager startup continues.

System programmer response

None.

CSQY027I
csect-name AMS STARTING
Severity
0
Explanation

The Advanced Message Security (AMS) address space has been started because the system parameter SPLCAP is set to YES in the queue manager's ZPARM.

System action

Connections to the queue manager are permitted, but MQI calls that might require AMS function are suspended until AMS is available. Further messages are output when the AMS feature initializes.

CSQY028I
csect-name AMS HAS STARTED
Severity
0
Explanation

Advanced Message Security (AMS) initialization has completed successfully.

System action

Applications waiting for AMS function are resumed.

CSQY029E
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER STARTUP TERMINATED, AMS INITIALIZATION FAILED
Severity
12
Explanation

A severe error occurred during initialization of Advanced Message Security (AMS).

System action

The queue manager abnormally terminates with abend code 6C6 and reason 00F00003.

System programmer response

Investigate the problem reported by preceding messages in the job log for the AMS address space (xxxxAMSM). Resolve the problem, then restart the queue manager. If you are unable to resolve the error, contact your IBM support center.

CSQY030E
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER TERMINATING, AMS NOT AVAILABLE
Severity
12
Explanation

The Advanced Message Security (AMS) address space has ended abnormally due to an unrecoverable error.

System action

The queue manager abnormally terminates with abend code 6C6 and reason 00F00003.

System programmer response

Investigate the problem reported by preceding messages in the job log for the AMS address space (xxxxAMSM). Resolve the problem, then restart the queue manager. If you are unable to resolve the error, contact your IBM support center.

CSQY031I
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER WAITING FOR AMS INITIALIZATION
Severity
0
Explanation

The Advanced Message Security (AMS) address space has been started because the system parameter SPLCAP is set to YES in the queue manager's ZPARM. This message is periodically issued until AMS initialization completes.

System action

Processing continues. Connections to the queue manager are permitted, but MQI requests that might require AMS function are suspended until AMS is available.

System programmer response

Investigate the delay in initializing Advanced Message Security by reviewing the messages output in the job log for the AMS address space (xxxxAMSM).

CSQY032E
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER STARTUP TERMINATED, UNABLE TO START AMS
Severity
12
Explanation

The queue manager attempted to start the Advanced Message Security (AMS) address space because the system parameter SPLCAP is set to YES in the queue manager's ZPARM. The AMS address space (xxxxAMSM) failed to start, which might be because another job with the same name is active, or there is an error in the started task JCL.

System action

The queue manager abnormally terminates with abend code 6C6 and reason 00F00003.

System programmer response

Investigate why the AMS address space could not be started. Resolve the problem by terminating an existing address space if one is active, or correct the started task JCL if required, then restart the queue manager.

CSQY033A
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER NOT AVAILABLE, AMS INITIALIZATION ERROR
Severity
12
Explanation

A severe error occurred during initialization of Advanced Message Security (AMS).

System action

Queue manager startup is interrupted. The queue manager accepts commands, but MQI requests that might require AMS function fail with reason code 2063 (MQRC_SECURITY_ERROR).

System programmer response

Investigate the problem reported by preceding messages in the job log for the AMS address space (xxxxAMSM). Resolve the problem, then shutdown and restart the queue manager. If you are unable to resolve the error, contact your IBM support center.

CSQY034I
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER WAITING FOR AMS TO SHUTDOWN
Severity
0
Explanation

The queue manager is stopping and has requested the Advanced Message Security (AMS) address space (xxxxAMSM) ends. This message is periodically issued until AMS shutdown completes.

System action

The queue manager continues to wait for the AMS address space to end.

System programmer response

If this message is repeatedly issued examine the job log for the AMS address space to determine why it has not ended. If the problem cannot be resolved terminate the address space to allow queue manager shutdown to continue.

CSQY035I
csect-name AMS HAS SHUTDOWN
Severity
0
Explanation

The Advanced Message Security (AMS) address space (xxxxAMSM) has ended.

System action

Queue manager shutdown continues.

CSQY036I
QMGRPROD= prod-value, recording product usage for product-name, product ID product-id
Explanation
This message is issued when the queue manager starts if SMF 89 product usage records are to be recorded by the queue manager. product-name is the descriptive name of the product, and product-id is the product ID that is to be used in the SMF 89 data. For example:
  • QMGRPROD=MQ, recording product usage for IBM MQ for z/OS, product ID 5655-MQ9 - this indicates that usage data is to be collected for the IBM MQ for z/OS product.
  • QMGRPROD=ADVANCEDVUE, recording product usage for IBM MQ Advanced for z/OS Value Unit Edition, product ID 5655-AV1 - this indicates that usage data is to be collected for the IBM MQ Advanced for z/OS Value Unit Edition product.

See z/OS MVS Product Management for more information on product usage recording.

CSQY037I
Product usage data is not being recorded for product-name, product ID product-id
Explanation

This message is issued when the queue manager starts, if SMF 89 product usage data is not being recorded by the queue manager. This might be because SMF 89 collection is not activated for the system.

See z/OS MVS Product Management for more information on product usage recording.

CSQY038E
csect-name QUEUE MANAGER STARTUP TERMINATED, product is not valid for prod-keyword in prod-source
Explanation

The queue manager initialization procedures found a value product for prod-keyword in prod-source that is not valid.

prod-keyword can be ‘QMGRPROD’ or ‘AMSPROD’, and prod-source can be ‘START COMMAND’, ‘JCL PARM’ or ‘CSQ6USGP’.

The message can be issued more than once, if more than one value, that is not valid, is found.

System action

Queue manager startup terminates abnormally with reason code 00E80010.

System programmer response
Correct the value that is not valid:
  • If prod-source is ‘START COMMAND’, see START QMGR for further information.
  • If prod-source is ‘JCL PARM’, see Starting and stopping a queue manager for information on coding the JCL parameter for the queue manager JCL.
  • If prod-source is ‘CSQ6USGP’, see Using CSQ6USGP for information on configuring values using CSQ6USGP.
CSQY039I
Backwards migration is supported to Version v.r.m
[MQ 9.2.0 Jul 2020]Explanation

The queue manager has previously been started up using the indicated earlier version of IBM MQ. If required it is possible to start the queue manager up again using that earlier version if the START QMGR BACKMIG(VRM) command has first been run against the current version.

CSQY040I
Backwards migration not supported
Explanation
The queue manager cannot be started using an earlier version of IBM MQ. This message is output if the queue manager:
  • Has been created using the current version.
  • [MQ 9.2.0 Jul 2020]Was previously started, using a Continuous Delivery version with a non-zero modification number, for example, IBM MQ 9.1.4, before being migrated to the current version.
  • Was previously started using a version of IBM MQ to which the current version does not support backwards migration.
[MQ 9.2.0 Jul 2020]
CSQY041D
Starting queue manager at a CD release will prevent backward migration. Reply Y to continue, N to cancel
Explanation

This message is issued as a write to operator with reply (WTOR) when the queue manager detects that it is being migrated from an LTS release, such as IBM MQ 9.1.0, or a CD release, with a modifier value of 0 such as IBM MQ 9.2.0 CD, to a CD release with a non-zero modifier value, such as IBM MQ 9.2.1

CD releases with non zero modifiers do not support backwards migration, so this message is issued to confirm that the IBM MQ administrator is aware of this, and does want to migrate from LTS to CD.
Attention: Once the queue manager starts at CD it will not be able to migrate back to the earlier release.

The queue manager will not complete start up until you reply to the WTOR.

To confirm that the queue manager should migrate to CD, reply to the WTOR with the letter Y. The queue manager then starts up as normal and issues message CSQY040I.

To cancel migration, reply to the WTOR with the letter N. The queue manager will abend with abend code 5C6 and reason code 00E80171, and shutdown. You can then start up the queue manager using the libraries that it was previously using.

If you reply to the WTOR with anything other than the letter N or Y, the message is reissued until a correct reply is received.

System action

The queue manager waits until a valid response to the WTOR is provided, at which point it will either continue startup or terminate.

System programmer response

Reply to the WTOR with either the letter Y or N.

[MQ 9.2.0 Jul 2020]
CSQY042E
Backward migration to v.r.m not supported
Explanation

The queue manager was started with parameter BACKMIG(vrm), but backward migration to the earlier version is not supported.

System action

Queue manager start up terminates abnormally with reason code X'00E80084'.

System programmer response
Check for message CSQY039I or message CSQY040I to determine if backward migration is permitted.
[MQ 9.2.0 Jul 2020]
CSQY043E
Backward migration to v.r.m failed
Explanation

The queue manager was started with parameter BACKMIG(vrm).

Backward migration to the earlier version was attempted, but failed unexpectedly.

System action

Queue manager start up terminates abnormally with a reason code indicating the problem.

System programmer response

Investigate and correct the cause of failure and retry the command.

[MQ 9.2.0 Jul 2020]
CSQY044D
Page set or sets offline during backward migration. Reply Y to continue backward migration or N to cancel.
Explanation

The queue manager was started with parameter BACKMIG(vrm).

Backward migration to the earlier version was attempted, but at least one page set that has been used is currently offline. This message is proceeded by an instance of message CSQI005I for each offline page set.

The queue manager will not be able to access any corresponding page set after it has been backward migrated without manual intervention.

System action

The queue manager waits until a valid response to the WTOR is provided, at which point it will either continue backward migration or end.

System programmer response

Reply N to cancel backward migration and end the queue manager. Resolve the offline page set or page sets and retry the command.

Reply Y to continue backward migration without the page set or sets. You might be able to migrate the page set or sets manually, or recover each to a new data set later using the CSQUTIL FORMAT command.

[MQ 9.2.0 Jul 2020]
CSQY045I
Backward migration to v.r.m completed
Explanation

The queue manager was started with parameter BACKMIG(vrm), and has completed backward migration to the earlier release.

System action

The queue manager is shutdown.

System programmer response

Restart the queue manager at the earlier release.

CSQY100I
csect-name SYSTEM parameters ...
Explanation

The queue manager is being started with the system parameter values shown in the following messages.

System action

Queue manager startup processing continues.

CSQY101I
CSQY102I, CSQY103I, CSQY104I, CSQY105I, CSQY106I, CSQY107I, CSQY108I, CSQY109I, CSQY130I: csect-name parms
Explanation

This series of messages shows the system parameter values that the queue manager is using. (Some values are followed by their internal hexadecimal representation in parentheses.) For information about the system parameters for the CSQ6SYSP macro, see Using CSQ6SYSP.

System action

Queue manager startup processing continues.

CSQY110I
csect-name LOG parameters ...
Explanation

The queue manager is being started with the log parameter values shown in the following messages.

System action

Queue manager startup processing continues.

CSQY111I
CSQY112I, CSQY113I, CSQY114I: csect-name parms
Explanation

This series of messages shows the log parameter values that the queue manager is using. For information about the log parameters in the CSQ6LOGP macro, see Using CSQ6LOGP.

System action

Queue manager startup processing continues.

CSQY120I
csect-name ARCHIVE parameters ...
Explanation

The queue manager is being started with the archive parameter values shown in the following messages.

System action

Queue manager startup processing continues.

CSQY121I
CSQY122I, CSQY123I, CSQY124I: csect-name parms
Explanation

This series of messages shows the archive parameter values that the queue manager is using. For information about the archive parameters in the CSQ6ARVP macro, see Using CSQ6ARVP.

System action

Queue manager startup processing continues.

CSQY140I
csect-name USAGE parameters
Explanation

The queue manager is being started with the usage parameter values shown in the following messages.

These values can be overridden by values provided in the queue manager JCL or on the START QMGR command. The resolved values are shown in message CSQY037I and CSQ0619I.

CSQY141I
csect-name No USAGE parameters provided
Explanation

No queue manager usage parameters are provided, and the defaults are assumed.

These values can be overridden by values provided in the queue manager JCL or on the START QMGR command. The resolved values are shown in message CSQY037I and CSQ0619I.

CSQY142I
csect-name parms
Explanation

This message shows the usage parameter values that the queue manager is using. For information about the usage parameters for the CSQ6USGP macro, see Using CSQ6USGP.

CSQY200E
csect-name ARM request-type for element arm-element type arm-element-type failed, rc=rc reason=reason
Explanation

An ARM request (IXCARM REQUEST=request-type) for the specified element failed. rc is the return code and reason is the reason code (both in hexadecimal) from the call.

System action

None.

System programmer response

See the z/OS MVS™ Programming Sysplex Services Reference manual for information about the Return and reason codes from the IXCARM call.

If you are unable to solve the problem, contact your IBM support center.

CSQY201I
csect-name ARM REGISTER for element arm-element type arm-element-type successful
Explanation

The specified element was successfully registered with ARM.

System action

None.

CSQY202E
csect-name ARM registration failed
Explanation

An attempt to register with ARM failed.

System action

Processing continues, but automatic restart is not available.

System programmer response

See the preceding CSQY200E message for more information about the failure.

CSQY203E
csect-name ARM request-type for element arm-element type arm-element-type timed out, rc=rc reason=reason
Explanation

An ARM request (IXCARM REQUEST=request-type) was issued but some predecessor element specified in the ARM policy did not issue an ARM READY request within its specified time interval.

System action

Processing continues.

System programmer response

None required. However, if your program cannot run without the predecessor element, some installation-defined action might be necessary.

CSQY204I
csect-name ARM DEREGISTER for element arm-element type arm-element-type successful
Explanation

The specified element was successfully deregistered from ARM.

System action

None.

CSQY205I
csect-name ARM element arm-element is not registered
Explanation

A STOP QMGR command requested ARM restart, but the queue manager was not registered for ARM.

System action

The queue manager stops normally, but will not be automatically restarted.

System programmer response

Restart the queue manager manually.

CSQY210E
csect-name call-name call for name name-token failed, rc=rc
Explanation

During processing for a group connect, a name token services call failed. rc is the return code (in hexadecimal) from the call.

System action

If the failure occurs in the batch adapter (csect-name CSQBCON or CSQBDSC), the application call will fail with a reason code of MQRC_UNEXPECTED_ERROR. Otherwise (csect-name CSQYGRA1), processing continues, but the group connect facility will not be available.

System programmer response
Go to the appropriate volume of the z/OS MVS Programming: Assembler Services Reference manual for information about the return codes: from the name token services call.

If you are unable to solve the problem, take a stand-alone system dump and contact your IBM support center.

CSQY211I
csect-name Unable to add entry to group connect name table (at table-addr)
Explanation

During initialization for the group connect facility, a new entry could not be added to the name table for this queue manager. The most likely cause is that there is already the maximum of 32 queue managers active in the group.

System action

Processing continues, but this queue manager will not be available for group connection.

System programmer response

Reduce the number of active queue managers and restart this queue manager. If this does not solve the problem, contact your IBM support center.

CSQY212E
csect-name Unable to find the group attach table
Explanation

During initialization for the group connect facility, the group attach table could not be found. The most likely causes are that an error occurred during subsystem initialization, or that the subsystem was not initialized with the latest version of the IBM MQ early code.

System action

Processing continues, but the group connect facility will not be available to CICS®.

System programmer response

Ensure that the libraries with the latest version, release, or maintenance level of the IBM MQ early code are in the libraries used for the z/OS LPA, and refresh the early code for the queue manager using the IBM MQ command REFRESH QMGR TYPE(EARLY). See the Task 3: Update the z/OS link list and LPA.

CSQY220I
csect-name Queue manager storage usage : local storage : used mmMB, free nnMB : above bar : used aabb,free cc
Explanation
This message displays the amount of virtual storage currently used and available:
  • in the extended private region (local storage).
  • above the Bar (64 bit storage).

    The amount of storage used is displayed in the most appropriate unit (MB / GB) according to the number of bytes, and are approximations. If the amount of storage available exceeds 10 GB, ' >10 GB' is displayed. In all other cases the amount of storage available is displayed in the most appropriate unit. For the amount of storage space available, the total is rounded down to a whole number in the appropriate unit (MB /GB). For example, if the value of 3 GB is displayed the amount of free storage is greater than or equal to 3 GB and less than 4 GB.

This message is logged at queue manager start and then either every hour if the usage does not change or when the memory usage changes (up or down) by more than 2%.

The message is also generated if the ALTER BUFFPOOL command makes a change to the value either for LOCATION, or BUFFERS.

System action

Processing continues. Any special actions taken by IBM MQ or that are required, are indicated by the CSQY221I and CSQY222E messages.

System programmer response

No action is required at this time. However, a frequent occurrence of this message might be an indication that the system is operating beyond the optimum region for the current configuration.

CSQY221I
csect-name Queue manager is short of local storage
Explanation

The queue manager is running short of virtual storage in the extended private region.

System action

Processing continues. Storage contraction processing is performed, which attempts to remove unused storage from internal subpools so that it can be reused in other subpools. This might be necessary after a temporary need for a large amount of storage; for example, an unusually large unit of work being performed.

System programmer response

If only a few of these messages are output then no action is required at this time. However, a frequent occurrence of this message may be an indication that the system is operating beyond the optimum region for the current configuration and should be investigated.

CSQY222E
csect-name Queue manager is critically short of local storage - take action
Explanation

The queue manager is running critically short of virtual storage in the extended private region. Action should be taken to relieve the situation, and to avoid the possible abnormal termination of the queue manager.

System action

Processing continues. Storage contraction processing has been performed, but the remaining unallocated virtual storage is less than a predetermined safe amount. If storage use continues to increase, the queue manager might terminate abnormally in an unpredictable way.

System programmer response
Virtual storage is over-allocated for the current configuration. The following actions can reduce the virtual storage requirement:
  • For buffer pools that have the LOCATION parameter set to BELOW, you can reduce buffer pool sizes with the ALTER BUFFPOOL command. Buffer pool statistics can be used to determine buffer pools which are over-allocated.
  • Reduce the number of concurrent connections to the queue manager. The DISPLAY CONN command can be used to determine connections which are consuming queue manager resources.

If the problem persists after taking actions described above, it might be an indication of an internal error where storage is not freed (a 'storage leak'). If you suspect this, then collect at least two system dumps of the queue manager, separated by an interval of time, and contact your IBM support center.

CSQY223I
csect-name Queue manager is no longer short of local storage
Explanation

The queue manager is no longer short of virtual storage in the extended private region.

System action

Processing continues. Storage contraction processing has been performed, and the remaining unallocated virtual storage is more than a predetermined safe amount.

CSQY224I
csect-name Queue manager is short of local storage above the bar
Explanation

The queue manager is running short of virtual storage above the bar.

System action

Processing continues. Storage contraction processing is performed, which attempts to remove unused storage from internal subpools so that it can be reused in other subpools. This might be necessary after a temporary need for lots of storage; for example, more than the usual number of messages held on an indexed queue, or an unusually large unit of work being performed.

CSQY225E
csect-name Queue manager is critically short of local storage above the bar - take action
Explanation

The queue manager is running critically short of virtual storage above the bar. Action should be taken to relieve the situation, and to avoid the possible abnormal termination of the queue manager.

System action

Processing continues. Storage contraction processing has been performed, but the remaining unallocated virtual storage is less than a predetermined safe amount. If storage use continues to increase, the queue manager might terminate abnormally in an unpredictable way.

CSQY226I
csect-name Queue manager is no longer short of local storage above the bar
Explanation

The queue manager is no longer short of virtual storage above the bar.

System action

Processing continues. Storage contraction processing has been performed, and the remaining unallocated virtual storage is more than a predetermined safe amount.

CSQY227E
csect-name Unable to allocate storage above the bar using IARV64, RC=rc, reason=reason
Explanation

A request by the queue manager to allocate storage above the bar failed. rc is the return code and reason is the reason code (both in hexadecimal) from the z/OS IARV64 service.

System action

The queue manager will attempt to recover from the error. If recovery is not possible an application or queue manager abend, for example 5C6-00A30042, 5C6-00A31000 or 5C6-00E20045, will occur.

CSQY228E
ACE pool cannot be extended, ACELIM reached
Explanation

The internal storage pool used to manage control blocks representing new connections to the queue manager has reached the limit defined by the ACELIM system parameter.

System action

Queue manager processing continues. New connection requests might have failed, message CSQ3202E or CSM078E give further information about the affected jobs.

System programmer response

Review the configured ACELIM value. It might be useful to use a STATISTICS CLASS(2) trace to establish the normal size of the ACE pool.

See Address space storage for more information.

CSQY270E

csect-name UNRECOGNIZED MESSAGE NUMBER message-id

Severity
8
Explanation

An unsuccessful attempt has been made to issue the message message-id. This message is issued only if the requested message could not be found in the IBM MQ message directory.

System action

Processing continues as though the requested message had been issued.

System programmer response

Use the message number (message-id) and look up the message in this product documentation. If you are using a language other than US English, ensure that you have installed the language feature correctly and that you have the appropriate load library data set concatenations in your job. Apart from that possibility, this might be an MQ system problem; see Troubleshooting and support.

Note: Messages are also used to provide text for constructing panels and reports. If such a message cannot be found, message CSQY270E will appear on the panel or report, generally in truncated form.
CSQY271I

MESSAGE GENERATOR INITIALIZATION PARAMETERS NOT FOUND. DEFAULTS ASSUMED

Severity
4
Explanation

The message generator was unable to access the routing code initialization parameter defined by the CSQ6SYSP macro. Default values defined by that macro are assumed.

System action

Queue manager initialization continues.

System programmer response

It might be necessary to change the CSQ6SYSP macro. For information about the system parameters for the CSQ6SYSP macro, see Using CSQ6SYSP.

CSQY290E

csect-name NO STORAGE AVAILABLE

Severity
4
Explanation
There was insufficient storage available for a system routine. csect-name shows the system routine function:
CSQAXDPS, CSQVXDPS
User exits (other than channel)
CSQXARMY
Channel initiator automatic restart
CSQXDCTS, CSQXTRPG
Channel initiator trace
CSQXDMPS
Channel initiator system dump
CSQXLDXS
User channel exits
CSQ2GFRR, CSQ2MFRR
IMS bridge system dump
System action

Processing continues, but the function provided by the system routine will be inhibited. For example, if the routine is CSQXLDXS, then user channel exits will not be available, and channels that use them will not start.

System programmer response

If the problem occurs in the queue manager, increase the size of the its address space, or reduce the number of queues, messages, and threads being used.

If the problem occurs in the channel initiator, increase the size of the its address space, or reduce the number of dispatchers, adapter subtasks, SSL server subtasks, and active channels being used.

CSQY291E

csect-name SDUMPX FAILED, RC=0000ssrr, dump-identifier

Severity
4
Explanation

The system dump routine was unable to issue a dump; the dump identifier was as shown in the message. rr is the return code and ss is the reason code (both in hexadecimal) from the z/OS SDUMPX service.

Usually the return code is 08. The most common reason codes for return code 08 are:
02
An SVC dump was suppressed because the capture phase of another SVC dump was in progress.
04
An SVC dump was suppressed by a SLIP NODUMP command.
0B
An SVC dump was suppressed by DAE.
System action

Processing continues.

System programmer response

Select the appropriate volume of the z/OS MVS Authorized Assembler Services Reference manual for information about the return code and reason code from the SDUMPX request.

For reason code OB, that is, in the case of DAE suppression, see generating a suppressed dump.

To summarize, use IPCS option 3.5 , that is, Utilities -> DAE to set the T (TAKEDUMP) option for the dump symptom, or symptoms, you want to allow.

CSQY330I
Queue manager has restricted functionality
Explanation

The installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used.

System action

Queue manager startup processing continues.

CSQY331E
parm value not allowed - restricted functionality
Explanation

The value specified for the parm system parameter is not allowed because the installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used.

System action

The queue manager does not start.

CSQY332I
IMS Bridge not available - restricted functionality
Explanation

The IBM MQ-IMS bridge cannot operate because the installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used.

System action

The MQ-IMS bridge does not start.

CSQY333E
Command not allowed - restricted functionality
Explanation

The command that was issued is not allowed because the installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used.

System action

The command is ignored.

CSQY334E
csect-name keyword(value) not allowed - restricted functionality
Explanation

The value specified for the keyword is not allowed because the installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used.

System action

The command is ignored.

System programmer response
CSQY335E
csect-name Channel channel-name unusable - restricted functionality
Explanation

The channel cannot be used because the installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used.

System action

The requested operation fails.

CSQY336E
csect-name keyword not allowed - restricted functionality
Explanation

The keyword is not allowed because the installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used.

System action

The command is ignored.

CSQY337E
csect-name keyword value length not allowed - restricted functionality
Explanation

The length of the value specified for the keyword is not allowed because the installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used.

System action

The command is ignored.

CSQY340E
Queue manager has restricted functionality, but previously had full functionality. Unsupported objects will be deleted (losing messages), invalid attributes will be changed
Explanation

The installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ do not allow all functions to be used. However, the queue manager has run previously without any functional restriction, and so might have objects and attribute settings that are not allowed with the restricted functionality.

In order to continue, these objects must be deleted (which might mean that messages are lost) and the attributes must be changed. The queue manager does this automatically.

System action

Message CSQY341D is issued and the operator's reply is awaited.

System programmer response
The operator has two options:
  • Allow the queue manager to delete the objects and change the attributes, by replying 'Y'.
  • Cancel the queue manager, by replying 'N'.
CSQY341D
Reply Y to continue or N to cancel
Explanation

The installation and customization options chosen for IBM MQ have changed, as indicated in the preceding CSQY340E message.

System action

The queue manager waits for the operator's reply

System programmer response

See message CSQY340E.

CSQY342I
Deleting objects and changing attributes - restricted functionality
Explanation

This message is sent if the operator answers 'Y' to message CSQY341D.

System action

The queue manager deletes the objects and changes the attributes that are not allowed with the restricted functionality.

CSQY343I
Queue manager terminating - restricted functionality not accepted
Explanation

This message is sent if the operator answers 'N' to message CSQY341D.

System action

The queue manager does not start.