This document provides a list of PTFs that are required to correct defects found in Job Watcher, Disk Watcher and Performance Explorer (PEX).
Resolving The Problem
In addition to general PTF maintenance, the following PTFs are required to correct defects found in Job Watcher, Performance Explorer (PEX), and Disk Watcher. These PTFs are for both IBM iDoctor for i and the functions found in the base operating system.
If using iDoctor, ensure you have the PTFs listed in the Required PTF column next to the Install Image you downloaded.
Next to the PTF number, you will see (xxxx), which represents the Cumulative PTF level. (1000) is not yet on a cumulative PTF package.
See the iDoctor website for the client level and server build date.
Performance Explorer (PEX)
|MA47273 - Collecting PEX *PMCO events or using PowerVP could result in a partition crash with an SRC such as SRC6005121, SRCB6000334, or SRCB6000336, a job hang, a job loop or other unpredictable behavior. It affects partitions running with cumulative PTF package 18025 - C8025730 or later.||MF65320(1000)||Yes|
|MA48282 - STRPEX, with PMCO events, may cause system to terminate||MF67190||Not applicable||Yes|
|MA47273- A partition running Performance Explorer (PEX) for PMCO events
or PowerVP Virtualization Performance may experience a crash
with an SRC such as SRC6005121, SRCB6000334, or SRCB6000336, a
job hang, a job loop, or other unpredictable behavior.
|MA48282 - A PEX trace including PMCO events resulted in SRCB6000103. The system terminated with B6000103 due to an unexpected storage exception in the LIC Performance Monitor Counter Overflow (PMCO) interrupt handler.||MF67190||Yes|
|Incorrect file QAPYJWSTK FIELD STACK.||SI62921(17061)||No|
|Add SQE QRO Capture||MF66613(1000)||No|
|Job Watcher deadlock||MF68540(1000)||Yes|
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15 June 2021