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MA44357 - OSP-MSGCPF8111 PARTIAL DAMAGE ON FILE MEMBER WHEN PERFORMING GO
SAVE 21.

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 APAR (Authorized Program Analysis Report)

Abstract

OSP-MSGCPF8111 PARTIAL DAMAGE ON FILE MEMBER WHEN PERFORMING GO
SAVE 21.

Error Description

When doing a GO SAVE 21 to do a full system save, when trying to
save a file, message CPF8111 is received and the save is ended.
Additional symptom: CPF3795 CPF3296                            

Problem Summary

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* PROBLEM: (MA44357) Licensed Program = 5770999                *
*           Damage Where Recovery is an IPL, Re-Install or     *
*           Restore                                            *
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* USERS AFFECTED: All IBM i operating system users.            *
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* RECOMMENDATION: Apply LIC PTF MF59687 for i 7.2.             *
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When doing a GO SAVE 21 to do a full system save, when trying to
save a file, message CPF8111 is received and the save is ended.

Problem Conclusion

This is caused because of conversion of some internal structures
in the data space (part of the file) in certain uncommon        
instances.  A pointer in the converted structure does not get  
set properly in this specific instance and that pointer fails  
sanity check during save processing.  The PTF checks for this  
specific conversion issue at the time of the save and corrects  
the pointer and prevents the object from being damaged without  
requiring an IPL to do first touch processing.  This PTF will  
NOT fix any object already marked soft damaged because of the  
issue.                                                          

Temporary Fix

                       *********                                
                       * HIPER *                                
                       *********                                

Comments

Circumvention


PTFs Available

R720 MF59687 PTF Cover Letter   5135

Affected Modules

         
         

Affected Publications

Summary Information

Status............................................ CLOSED PER
HIPER........................................... Yes
Component.................................. 9400DG3DB
Failing Module.......................... RCHMGR
Reported Release................... R720
Duplicate Of..............................




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Modified date:
30 May 2015