Sharon,

We have lots of disk and the journal receiver threshold is *NONE so, in my mind
at least, the system shouldn't bother the operator with picayune details like
this error message. That's why I'm wondering if there is something about *NONE
that I don't understand. Is there some other system default that overrides the
*NONE? The CHGJRN occurs at least once each day during the dayend and sometimes
more frequestly.

Thanks for the reply. JK


On Thu 08/09/ 4 13:51 , 'Wintermute, Sharon' sent:

You may have reached the limit as to the size of the journal receiver.
If you issue the CHGJRN command and allow it to generate a new receiver
you should be okay.

You should schedule the receivers to be changed on some timetable you
determine.

Sharon

-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx[midrange-l-bounces@midrange.com] On
Behalf Of johnking@xxxxxxxxxxx: Thursday, September 04, 2008 2:37 PM
To: midra
nge-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: CPF7091 - space for entry cannot be allocated on journal
receiver

All,

A program that has run flawlessly for years blew up today with a
CPF7091 "Entry
not journaled to journal ORDJRN. Reason code 1. -- Space for entry
cannot be
allocated on journal receiver."

This *JRN is used as an audit journal from which we harvest 'from-to'
changes
made to our customer's standing merchandise orders. Yesterday I added
anadditional PF to the journal, so I certainly believe that there are
moreentries
in the receiver - lots more entries. What I can't figure out is _why_
the system
is complaining about them.

I've investigated the suggestions on the CPF7091 and the accompanying
CPA7090
and they show the following:
1) The journal receiver threshold = *NONE
2) The journal's owner max storage = *NOMAX
3) Disk utilization is 48%.

Perhaps there is something I don't understand about *NONE and *NOMAX?
If anyone
has been here before I'd sure appreciate a suggestion!

Many thanks, JK


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