V7R1 latest cum - TL16120
SF99709 - GROUP HIPER - 172 Installed
Latest Telnet PTFs - MF62316
The CPF5140 behavior hasn't changed over time.
I ran a TAATOOL scan, SCNALLJLG for CPF5140 for last 90 days.
SCNALLJLG USER(*ALL) DATETIME(050716 000000 080516 130000) MSGID(CPF5140) OUTPUTTYPE(*ONESPLF).
12,626 occurrences of CPF5140
Joblogs processed - 351,342
Shown above - 12,626
Omitted from above - 338,716
Messages listed - 12,626
Many are explainable, but there are also many that are not.
From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of CRPence
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2016 2:36 PM
Subject: Re: What causes a CPF5140?
On 05-Aug-2016 12:45 -0500, Buck Calabro wrote:
I agree that most of the time it really is network issues, but this
weird scattering of disconnects is a new thing, and the thing that
changed is I put on the latest cume.
Not noted, was which cumulative level of maintenance, and if the latest HIPer group from the PSP was included with that maintenance.
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