I searched ibm.com for that. Three hits were for a damaged QSZPAVLI after
a power failure. Sound related? If so,
How can QSZPAVLI be fixed after power failure damage?
QSZPAVLI is the product availability index that is intentionally marked
damaged by SLIC on abnormal IPLs after a hard down . It is automatically
rebuilt during the IPL process.
There's another hit that says:
Message CPF0C4D in QHST is referring to object QUSRSYS/QSZPAVLI, type
The software availability index has been damaged. This object can be
re-created with the Display Software Resource ( DSPSFWRSC ) command. The
object will also be re-created when the system IPLs.
What is a SCPF job?
Well, it starts up 1 second before subsystem QCTL on my machine. Stands
for Start Control Program Function job. Again, a simple search of
ibm.com. Using IBM's search, not Google or something.
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