• Subject: MSF and V4R5
  • From: AIV <aiv@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 07:28:03 +0100
  • Organization: AIV SL

This is a continuation of a previous message just sent to the List about
ODBC, but since it is a different problem I though better to split it in
a different message:

Our AS/400 is POP server for our mail, and have *POP and *SMTP servers
up and running.
Also, we start MSF (mail infrastructure) with the default 3 jobs.
Our internal mail works, but I find everyday that one ot the MSF jobs
seems to abort with messages
- TCP5105 error 3025: abnormal link to
/QTCPTMM/MAIL/<user>/JW590340.NOT  in the IFS  (#3025 means ENOENT
File/Library does not exist (???) )
- CPFAF98: QMFS job xxxxxx/QMSF/QMSF stopped processing of MSF file:
ExitPoint program QTMMLCLD (from Lib QTCP) for ExitPoint
QIBM_QZMFMSF_LCL_DEL detected an error condition ...
  (we have NO ExitPrograms of our own... and are not aware of any such
ExitPoint program from IBM... and everybody is allowed to his mail in
the system...)

The message suggest to ENDMSF then restart STRMSF, which produces same
results, but happily enough, since MSF starts 3 jobs, and one of them
fails with that code, but the rest stay up, mail works fine for the rest
of the day...

Any ideas as to how to get rid of this message that comes up everyday?
Antonio Fernandez-Vicenti

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