• Subject: MSF Chokes under load
  • From: Larry Bolhuis <lbolhui@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 14:59:17 -0500
  • Organization: Arbor Solutions, Inc

Have a customer on V4R4 that is sending approx 150 e-mail messages from an
application using  SNDDST *MSG.  Some time before the messages are all 
MSF chokes and all MSF jobs end.  THe message issued is CPFAF95 - MSF job ended
reason 5
 05 - Exit point program QZMFSNPA in library QSYS for exit point                
   QIBM_QZMFMSF_ADR_RSL indicated the MSF job is to be ended.                   
     Processing for MSF message ID 103WABM9911051709110000000198 was ended and  
   will be processed again the next time MSF jobs are started using the Start   
   Mail Server Framework (STRMSF) command.                                      
 Recovery  . . . :   Based on the reason code, do one of the following:   
 04,05 - Use the DSPJOBLOG command to determine the cause of the exit point     
   program failing. There may be messages listed in the job log to determine    
   what caused the exit point program to fail. Correct any errors and then use  
   the End Mail Server Framework (ENDMSF) command to end all MSF jobs. Then use 
   the Start Mail Server Framework (STRMSF) command to start the MSF jobs       
Restarting the jobs does nothing (except crash again) until we do STRMSF 
Having 99 MSF jobs running allows the process to sometimes complete without
failure.  This is in a test environment.  It is expected that in production 
10,000 messages will be sent in under 20 minutes each night.   We have loaded 
PTF that talks about MSF crashing under heavy load but this has had no affect. 
We are opening a problem with SupportLine but are hoping someone out there has
seen this. 

Thanks - Larry

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