PTF Cover Letter
PTF ( Program Temporary Fixes ) Cover letter
OSP-OTHER-INCORROUT NO ERROR MSG IN ADMIN DOMAIN JOB LOG
Pre/Co-Requisite PTF / Fix List
REQ LICENSED PTF/FIX LEVEL
TYPE PROGRAM REL NUMBER MIN/MAX OPTION
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PRE 5770SS1 710 SI43997 00/00 0000
Application of this PTF may disable or render ineffective programs that
use system memory addresses not generated by the IBM translator,
including programs that circumvent control technology designed to limit
interactive capacity to purchased levels. This PTF may be a prerequisite
for future PTFs. By applying this PTF you authorize and agree to the
This PTF is subject to the terms of the license agreement which
accompanied, or was contained in, the Program for which you are obtaining
the PTF. You are not authorized to install or use the PTF except as part
of a Program for which you have a valid Proof of Entitlement.
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INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON INFRINGEMENT,
REGARDING THE PTF.
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APAR Error Description / Circumvention
An error message is not put in the Cluster Administrative Domain
job log when an object fails to create.
CORRECTION FOR APAR SE53610 :
An error message is put in the Cluster Administrative Domain job
log when an object fails to create.
CIRCUMVENTION FOR APAR SE53610 :
In order to fix the problems described by this PTF, the PTF must be
applied on every node in the cluster. You do not have to end the
cluster to do this. However, you should end the CRG jobs associated
with the cluster administrative domain on every cluster node before you
apply the PTF. You can do this one node at a time.
Note, you must end the cluster administrative domain CRG jobs on each
cluster node, apply the PTF, and restart the CRG job before the fix is
The cluster administrative domain CRG jobs will be ended if you end
Cluster Resource Services for each node in your cluster. Cluster
Resource Services can be ended using the End Cluster Node API or CL
command. Optionally, you can end just the cluster administrative domain
jobs without ending your cluster nodes by calling the Change
Cluster Recovery CL command.
To determine if any cluster administrative domain jobs are active on
your system, use the WRKACTJOB command from the command line of your
system. Look for any system jobs which have the same name as any
cluster administrative domains which you have created in your cluster.
If there are any cluster administrative domain jobs on your system,
they must be ended. You can end just the cluster administrative domain
jobs on every node with this command:
CHGCLURCY CLUSTER(<cluster>) CRG(<admin_domain>) NODE(*ALL)
where <cluster> is the name of your cluster and <admin_domain> is the
name of a cluster administrative domain. You should call this command
once for each cluster administrative domain in your cluster.
You must sign off all sessions where any cluster administrative domain
commands or APIs were used before the PTF can be applied.
After the PTF has been applied on a system, you can restart the cluster
jobs that were ended before the PTF was applied. If Cluster Resource
Services was ended, you can use the Start Cluster Node API or CL
command to start Cluster Resource Services for each cluster node. If
you used the Change Cluster Recovery CL command to end just the cluster
administrative domain jobs, they can be restarted on each cluster node
using the Change Cluster Recovery command as follows:
CHGCLURCY CLUSTER(<cluster>) CRG(<admin_domain>) NODE(<node>)
where <cluster> is the name of your cluster, <admin_domain> is the name
of the cluster administrative domain, and <node> is the cluster node
name for the system. You should call this command once for each cluster
administrative domain in your cluster.
After the PTF has been applied, you should also restart the QPRFSYNCH
job on every node in your cluster. You can restart the QPRFSYNCH job
with the following commands:
CALL PGM(QSYS/QFPAPRFJ) PARM(END)
CALL PGM(QSYS/QFPAPRFJ) PARM(START)
THE FOLLOWING ARE SUPERSEDED SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS. IF THE SUPERSEDED
PTF HAS ALREADY BEEN APPLIED AND ITS SPECIAL INSTRUCTION FOLLOWED,
IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO FOLLOW THAT SPECIAL INSTRUCTION AGAIN.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUPERSEDED PTF SI43999 :
You must follow the Special Instructions for the superseded PTF
THIS PTF CAN BE APPLIED IMMEDIATE OR DELAYED.
PTF/FIX NO(S). APAR TITLE LINE
SI46616 OSP-OTHER-INCORROUT ADMIN DOMAIN MRE HAS INCORRECT STATUS
SI45092 OSP-OTHER-MSGMCH0601 MSGMCH0601 IN ADMIN DOMAIN JOBLOG WHEN
SI43999 OSP-OTHER-F/IXMACHINEINDEXEXTEND-T/QMRSP1-MSGMCH2804 MSGMCH2
SI43999 OSP-INCORROUT MSGCPD1421 ADMINISTRATIVE DOMAIN CANNOT SYNCH
SI38884 MSGMCH3601 for PRTCADMRE using *usrprf for RSCTYPE(*USRPRF)
SI43692 OSP-OTHER-MSGCPF2499 INTERNAL ERROR CODE PARAMETER NOT SET I
SI43470 OSP-OTHER-LOOP ADMINISTRATIVE DOMAIN JOB LOOPS DUE TO HAVING
SI43227 OSP Cluster Admin Domain Changes.
SI39263 OSP Cluster Admin Domain Changes.
SI36958 OSP-INCORROUT MSGMCH0601 from ADDCADMRE
|APAR Fixed..........................||View details for APAR SE53610|
|Superseded by:......................||View fix details for PTF SI66971|
|MRI Feature ........................||NONE|
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10 January 2013