Trying to do a SAVSYS (V5R1M0) and get the following error(s) in my joblog. MCH5203 Escape 60 01/18/02 16:32:09 IoDriverTape 001C44 QSRSVDEQ QSYS 018A Message . . . . : Condition of source/sink object TAP01 not valid. Cause . . . . . : The condition of the source/sink object is not valid. The affected operation value is X'4001' and the primary object is TAP01. The condition is not valid for one of the following reasons: -- Source/sink object associated with a create, destroy, modify, or request input/output (I/O) instruction is not in the correct condition to run this operation. -- An independent ASP number was specified for the instruction and the independent ASP is not varied on. -- A pointer to an independent ASP LUD was specified for the instruction and the independent ASP is not varied on. MCH1668 Escape 40 01/18/02 16:42:09 #cfdamst 000A34 QTACLOSE QSYS 045E Message . . . . : System object TAP01 partially damaged. Internal dump ID . Error class 0, device number X'0000'. Cause . . . . . : This partially damaged system object TAP01 has an error class 0 and a device number X'0000'. Error class indicates how damage was detected: 0000-previously marked damage; 0001-detected abnormal condition; 0002-logically invalid device sector; 0003-device error. for error class 0003, the device number identifies the failing device, or contains zero if main storage is damaged. This is followed by a CPF8105. I deleted the device after varying it off….did an IPL and it installed the device again after the reboot and made sure it was “available” which it was. Doing a CHKPRDOPT *OPSYS or CHKPRDOPT 5722SS1 (all options) shows nothing. I have no damaged objects on the system (I checked this by doing a DSPOBJD *ALL/*ALL *ALL to an outfile and querying the ODOBDM field) So unless there are objects that don’t get picked up by DSPOBJD I assume I don’t have a bad object. I can do a savlib <pick a library> just fine. Also can do a SAVLIB *IBM , SAVLIB *NONSYS, SAVLIB *ALLUSR just fine. I can do a SAVSECDTA and SAVCFG just fine. So I don’t know what to try next…..and IBM hasn’t provided a solution yet either. Jim Norbut Systems Administrator Grubb & Ellis Company Phone (847) 753-7620 Fax (847) 753-9854
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