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Hi Mark,

I don't know if this helps but we discovered that the file with pending
changes need not be one of the files being saved.

It seems that the OS/400 save object commands, when using save-while-active,
can be held up by any file that is locked by a commitment control cycle, when
that file is using the same journal as the objects being saved.  The pending
commitment control cycle does not have to directly involve one of the objects
being saved.


> Hello all,
> We are having a problem with our nightly backup. We are receiving a CPF377F
> (Save-while-active request prevented by pending record changes) on our
> SAVLIB command. I'm assuming that there is commitment control over a file
> with pending changes but I cannot determine which file is causing the
> problem, if indeed that is the problem. Our backup log shows QUSRNOTES
> library as the last library saved. So I'm assuming, again, that the
> offending object is in QUSRSYS. Is there a way to shed more light on this?
> The joblog doesn't tell me squat nor does a CL Dump.
> Thanks,
> Mark

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