I searched ibm.com for that. Three hits were for a damaged QSZPAVLI after
a power failure. Sound related? If so,

Problem Summary:
How can QSZPAVLI be fixed after power failure damage?
Resolution:
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:
Problem Summary:
Message CPF0C4D in QHST is referring to object QUSRSYS/QSZPAVLI, type
*PRDAVLI.
Resolution:
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.

Rob Berendt

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