Use the following troubleshooting tips to resolve issues with ZOAU.
I cannot use the dls, dmv, mmv, mrm or dlsraw commands.
dlsraw fail but other commands work, ensure that
mvscmdauth is installed correctly. Use the following steps:
Enter the command
type -a mvscmdauthto determine where
mvscmdauthis installed. In this example,
mvscmdauthis installed in
Enter the command
ls -E /usr/lpp/IBM/zoautil. If
mvscmdauthhelperare installed correctly, the first two columns read like
-rwxr-xr-x a---. If the ‘a’ is not present, the command is not APF-authorized. To enable APF authorization, enter the command
extattr +a /usr/lpp/IBM/zoautil/mvscmdauth*. Then re-enter the command
ls -E /usr/lpp/IBM/zoautil. If the ‘a’ is still not present, you might not have permission to enable APF authorization. Consult your systems programmer for more information.
To learn more about authorization, see Installing and configuring ZOAU.
I see the following message:
FSUM7332 syntax error: got (, expecting Newline
This can happen if you do not set
_BPXK_AUTOCVT. To fix this, enter the following command before running the utilities:
mls to display members, those that start with
# display help documentation instead.
When used in shell commands, the characters
$ must be escaped with a backslash or single quotes. Examples:
ZOAUSER:/u/zoauser/zoau/1.2.0/bin #>mls sys1.proclib |grep -i /#DKSEPB1
ZOAUSER:/u/zoauser/zoau/1.2.0/bin #>mls sys1.proclib |grep -i '$DKSEPB1'
Tips for opercmd
When I run opercmd I get the message: "BGYSC0803I Insufficient allocated output buffer memory size. Please increase CONSBUFPGNUM."
By default, 128 buffer pages (1KB per page) are allocated for console command output. If output exceeds the default, or if utilities that leverage
opercmd need greater size (such as
apfadm for a large APF list), allocate
more pages with the UNIX System Services environment variable
For example, to allocate 256 pages for console command output, enter the following command:
opercmd is treating my console commands that start with "-" as options.
To indicate the end of options, use "--" (two dash characters) after the
opercmd options and before the actual console command. Example:
opercmd -d -- "-dbb1 dis ddf"
I'd like cleaner output for my console command via opercmd.
-t option to remove the indentation and two lines of information that are included for compatibility with the previous
opercmd implementation. Example:
opercmd -t "d iplinfo"