Lennon_s_j@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
However, CALL QP2TERM fails with a machine check:

call qp2term
Function error X'1720' in machine instruction. Internal dump
identifier (ID) 01003E8D.
Dump output directed to spooled file 1, job 355368/SLENNON/QPADEV000J
created on system PILOT on 02/26/10 13:21:41.
Application error. MCH3203 unmonitored by QP2SYS at statement
0000000119, instruction X'0000'.

It is probably time to call your service provider. But a common operational
problem that will cause CALL QP2TERM to fail is to have inadvertently
restored files from a prior release on top of the current release files.
CHKPRDOPT does not detect this, but there is a Health Checker PTF and
command that IBM Service can use to detect this. Alternatively, you can run
this Qshell command:
QSH CMD('ls -lt /QOpenSys/QIBM/ProdData/OS400/PASE/lib')
to list the files in one of the PASE for i directories sorted by date
(newest to oldest). A proper V6R1 installation should not show any files
with dates prior to 2007. If you have dates prior to 2007 you would
reinstall Option 33 (and then reinstall PTFs -- I would recommend the Java
group SF99562)

Good luck!

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