OA31806: NEW FUNCTION - TOLERATION APAR TO ALLOW LOWER LEVEL JES2 RELEASES TO COEXIST WITH NEW FUNCTION BEING SHIPPED IN Z/OS1.13

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APAR status

  • Closed as new function.

Error description

  • Compatibility Toleration Coexistence with HJE7780 JES2 z/OS1.13.
    Additional Symptoms:
    MSGHASP710 MSG$HASP710 $HASP710
    
    This APAR also addresses an issue for the max job # JNTLCMAX,
    being moved to CCTJLMAX during warm start processing and JES2
    may determine the incorrect job number prefix to use (JOBxxx
    versus Jxxxxx).
    

Local fix

Problem summary

  • ****************************************************************
    * USERS AFFECTED: All users of HJE7750, HJE7760, and HJE7770   *
    *                 who plan to run an HJE7780 version of JES2   *
    *                 in the same MAS.                             *
    ****************************************************************
    * PROBLEM DESCRIPTION: Releases HJE7750, HJE7760, and HJE7770  *
    *                      are changed to recognize JES2 release   *
    *                      HJE7780 as a valid member to co-exist   *
    *                      with in a multi-access spool (MAS)      *
    *                      environment.                            *
    ****************************************************************
    * RECOMMENDATION:                                              *
    ****************************************************************
    $HASPEQU is updated to specify HJE7780 as the highest valid
    release that can coexist in a JES2 MAS.  If this APAR is not
    applied, MSGHASP710 will be issued when attempting to initialize
    an HJE7780 member in a MAS with an HJE7750, HJE7760, or HJE7770
    member (or vice versa).
    
    In addition, the JES2 service level, J2SLVL, has been increased.
    Releases of JES2 prior to HJE7750 cannot coexist in a MAS with
    HJE7780.
    

Problem conclusion

  • KEYWORDS: ZOS0201C/K
    

Temporary fix

  • *** * TEMPORARY FIX MAY BE OBTAINED FROM DLL OR INFO/ACCESS ****
    ******************* OA31806  DECK AVAILABLE ********************
    

Comments

  • TYPE/RESTART(WARM) IPL/REQUIRED(YES) CLPA(YES)
    
    CLPA is needed only if HASCxxxx modules currently reside in
    the pageable link pack area (PLPA).
    
    $HASPEQU is updated to specify HJE7780 as the highest level
    of JES2 that can exist in a MAS.  The JES2 service level is
    updated to indicate a new service level exists.
    
    If you do not have this APAR on all members of the MAS or have
    any MAS members at a level prior to HJE7750 you may experience
    various problems under the following circumstances:
      - a member of the MAS is updated to HJE7780.
      - the HJE7780 member processes work, updating the checkpoint,
        expands the checkpoint limits, or stores output to spool.
      - the HJE7780 member is changed back to a prior release.
    
    In the above circumstances you may experience:
      - a WARM start of a non-HJE7780 member will not detect
        checkpoint limits that are beyond what the member can
        support.
    
    
    Starting in z/OS V1R13, JES2 provides the ability to
    specify a generic SPOOL volume prefix on the $T SPOOLDEF
    VOLUME parameter. Once this capability is enabled, pre-z/OS
    V1R13 members will not be allowed to enter the MAS.
    "$HASP720 WARM START DENIED - SPOOLDEF VOLUME=prefix
    contains generic characters.  This release does not support
    generics in the SPOOL volume prefix."  is issued if a pre-
    z/OS V1R13 member attempts to join the MAS and the WARM
    start of that member will be terminated. A z/OS V1R13 member
    existing in a mixed MAS will reject a $TSPOOLDEF command
    that tries to utilize a generic SPOOL volume prefix.
    
    Starting in z/OS V1R13, JES2 has the ability to migrate a
    SPOOL volume data set to a different spool volume using the
    new migrate SPOOL volume command $M SPL. While a migrate
    SPOOL command is active or pending, or the SPOOL volume has
    a status of MAPPED, pre-z/OS V1R13 members will not be
    allowed to enter the MAS. "$HASP720 WARM START DENIED -
    SPOOL volume volser is in a migrating state.  This release
    does not support migrating SPOOL volumes." is issued if a
    pre-z/OS V1R13 member attempts to join the MAS and the
    WARM start of that member will be terminated. A z/OS V1R13
    member existing in a mixed MAS will reject a migrate
    SPOOL command.
    
    Starting in z/OS V1R13, JES2 has the ability to extend the
    size of a SPOOL volume data set, to take advantage of
    contiguous free space on the volume. The extend can be
    requested using the modify SPOOL volume command $T SPL,
    using the SPACE= parameter. While an extend SPOOL command
    is active or pending, pre-z/OS V1R13 members will not be
    allowed to enter the MAS. "$HASP720 WARM START DENIED -
    SPOOL volume volser data set is being extended.  This
    release does not support extending SPOOL volume data sets."
    is issued if a pre-z/OS V1R13 member attempts to join the
    MAS and the WARM start of that member will be terminated. A
    z/OS V1R13 member existing in a mixed MAS will reject an
    extend SPOOL command.
    
    The first $HASP720 condition encountered will cause the
    message to display and WARM start to fail. Other
    $HASP720 conditions may also exist. Note that it is possible
    that the $HASP720 message may be preceded by a $HASP896
    DAS VERIFICATION AND REBUILD HAS COMPLETED message. This is
    normal in this situation and does not indicate an error in the
    DAS.
    
    Starting in z/OS V1R13, JES2 provides improvements in the
    management of the job completion code. This information is
    tracked in the existing maximum completion code field in
    the JQE. The code for down level releases has been updated
    to not report these new settings on the SSI 80 Extended
    Status calls or ENF 70s and instead report no completion
    information.
    
    
    
    The information in the following JES2 manuals/publications
    is missing/incorrect:
    1.z/OS V1R10.0 JES2 Messages      SA22-7537-08
    2.z/OS V1R11.0 JES2 Messages      SA22-7537-09
    3.z/OS V1R12.0 JES2 Messages      SA22-7537-10
    
    
    The text for Chapter 11.0 Seven-hundreds for message $HASP720
    should include:
    
    WARM START DENIED - SPOOLDEF VOLUME=prefix contains generic
    characters.  This release does not support generics in the
    SPOOL volume prefix.
    Explanation:  JES2 members prior to JES2 z/OS V1R13 are not
    allowed to join the MAS because they do not support
    generics in the SPOOL volume prefix. A z/OS V1R13 member
    existing in a mixed MAS will reject a $TSPOOLDEF command
    that tries to utilize a generic SPOOL volume prefix.
    
    WARM START DENIED - SPOOL volume volser is in a migrating
    state.  This release does not support migrating SPOOL
    volumes.
    Explanation:  JES2 members prior to JES2 z/OS V1R13 are not
    allowed to join the MAS if a migrate SPOOL command $MSPL is
    active or pending, or the SPOOL volume is MAPPED. A z/OS V1R13
    member existing in a mixed MAS will reject a migrate SPOOL
    command.
    
    WARM START DENIED - SPOOL volume volser data set is being
    extended. This release does not support extending SPOOL
    volume data sets.
    Explanation:  JES2 members prior to JES2 z/OS V1R13 are not
    allowed to join the MAS if an extend SPOOL command
    $TSPL,SPACE= is active or pending. A z/OS V1R13 member
    existing in a mixed MAS will reject an extend SPOOL command.
    
    
    The first $HASP720 condition encountered will cause the
    message to display and WARM start to fail. Other
    $HASP720 conditions may also exist. Note that it is possible
    that the $HASP720 message may be preceded by a $HASP896
    DAS VERIFICATION AND REBUILD HAS COMPLETED message. This is
    normal in this situation and does not indicate an error in the
    DAS.
    
    
    The following information applies to all conditions that
    lead to a $HASP720 message:
    
    System Action:   The WARM start is terminated
    Operator Response:  None
    System Programmer Response: None
    Detecting Module:   HASPIRDA
    Routing Code:   1,2,10
    Descriptor Code:   4
    
    
    The information in the following JES2 manuals/publications
    is missing/incorrect:
    1.z/OS V1R11.0 JES2 Messages      SA22-7537-09
    2.z/OS V1R12.0 JES2 Messages      SA22-7537-10
    
    The text for Chapter 8.0 Four-hundreds for message $HASP445
    should include the following reason message texts:
    
    A SPOOL IS USING NON-DEFAULT DATA SET NAME  Either JES2 was
    warm started with PARM=UNACT or an $ACTIVATE,LEVEL=Z2
    command was issued, and JES2 detected at least one SPOOL
    volume with a non-default data set name. Since Z2 mode does
    not support non-default data set names, the SPOOL data set
    would need to be removed and created with the default SPOOL
    data set as specified on SPOOLDEF DSNAME= before switching
    to Z2 mode. The effect is that JES2 remains in z/OS Z11 mode.
    
    Updates will only be made to the 'JES2 Messages' manual in
    future JES2 releases.
    
    
    
    Searchable keyword R13COEXS/K
    APAR OA31806 prereq's (and sup's) for FMID HJE7750:
    Pre's: DA28532 DA32216 DA34293 DA30735 DA32292 DA34563
    APAR OA31806 prereq's (and sup's) for FMID HJE7760:
    Pre's: EA28532 EA32216 EA32712 EA31703 EA34293 EA32431 EA30735
    EA31837 EA32761 EA33377 EA32292 EA32799 EA33716 EA34563 EA34987
    EA33164
    APAR OA31806 prereq's (and sup's) for FMID HJE7770:
    Pre's: FA32216 FA32712 FA34293 FA32431 FA33377 FA33716 FA33832
    FA34164 FA34563 FA34987 FA33164
    

APAR Information

  • APAR number

    OA31806

  • Reported component name

    JES2

  • Reported component ID

    5752SC1BH

  • Reported release

    760

  • Status

    CLOSED UR1

  • PE

    NoPE

  • HIPER

    NoHIPER

  • Special Attention

    YesSpecatt / New Function / Installability

  • Submitted date

    2010-01-28

  • Closed date

    2011-03-10

  • Last modified date

    2013-05-08

  • APAR is sysrouted FROM one or more of the following:

  • APAR is sysrouted TO one or more of the following:

    UA59433 UA59434 UA59435

Modules/Macros

  •    $CIRWORK $DAS     $HASPEQU $HASPGBL $JQE
    $MODULE  HASCSIRQ HASCSISC HASCSRJB HASMDAS  HASMPCE1 HASMTABL
    HASPFSSM HASPIRDA HASPJQS  HASPMSG  HASPNUC  HASPSERV HASPSTAB
    

Publications Referenced
SA22753708 SA22753709 SA22753710    

Fix information

  • Fixed component name

    JES2

  • Fixed component ID

    5752SC1BH

Applicable component levels

  • R750 PSY UA59433

       UP11/03/23 P F103

  • R760 PSY UA59434

       UP11/03/23 P F103

  • R770 PSY UA59435

       UP11/03/23 P F103

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More support for:

z/OS family

Software version:

760

Operating system(s):

MVS, z/OS

Reference #:

OA31806

Modified date:

2013-05-08

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