Le 17/10/2020 à 22:16, Raul Alberto Jager Weiler a écrit :
The iASP D5 was created in the back-up, but when I tried to vary on the
production copy I got this message:

ID de mensaje . . . . : CPDB8E2 Gravedad . . . . . . . : 20
...
código de razón es 1122.

Los códigos de razón son:

1122 - El procesador de entrada/salida (IOP) tiene datos en antememoria

que deben eliminarse.
....
The back-up machine had recently degraded disk, and IBM technician changed
a piece, maybe they left something "hanging"
I will try an IPL, if I still have the same problem I plan to ignore the
warning and see what happens.
Well, it looks like there is still unexpected data in the disk controller cache.

I had to deal only one time with such an issue. In my case, reclaiming the cache was the unique solution to recover but as an expected result, it was required to reload the system. So be careful and take a full backup before any action. If I look back to your disk configuration, I understand that the SYSBASE and IASP disks are under the same controller, the one which has a cache issue. So, I am afraid that you will have to reload. Unless IBM made some improvements along the versions because my issue was more than 10 years ago.

Marc


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