Closed as program error.
Error Message: Problem can be exhibted in two different symptoms: Install log messages for Symptom 1: ---------------------------------- J6.0.1/JDK_INSTALL_OK pax command completed successfully. rm AJVG1601 rm AJVG1601 command completed successfully rm AJVG2601 rm AJVG2601 command completed successfully : SHELL SCRIPT AJVGSCR OUTPUT FOR HFS AJVG2601 SEQ NUM 000007 : SHELL SCRIPT AJVGSCR OUTPUT FOR HFS AJVG2601 SEQ NUM 000009 Starting script processing... Directory /usr/lpp/java/J6.0.1/bin already exists. Attempting to delete J6.0.1 directories and components using rm command. : rm command completed successfully File /usr/lpp/java/J6.0.1/JDK_INSTALL_OK has been deleted. ls: FSUM6785 File or directory "/usr/lpp/java/J6.0.1/IBM//AJVG1601" is not found AJVG1601 is not installed in file system yet pax cannot be executed at this time script will be invoked again when AJVG1601 is installed . Error messages for Symptom 2: ----------------------------- GIM39302E ** SHELL SCRIPT AJVGSCR PROCESSING FOR THE HFS AJVG1601 IN THE SAJV16G LIBRARY FAILED FOR SYSMOD UK72318. SEQUENCE NUMBER 000009. GIM30236I APPLY PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD UK72318. SHELL SCRIPT PROCESSING FAILED FOR AN ELEMENT IN SYSMOD UK72318. .... pax: decompress: FSUM6639 compressed file is corrupt pax: checksum error on tape (got 13bfb, expected 0) pax: decompress: FSUM6639 compressed file is corrupt CEE5213S The signal SIGPIPE was received. ** pax command failure: pax ended with status 1 Exiting script with status 1 ---------------- Stack Trace: N/A . If the installation of the PTFs failed, then it retains the SDK build parts in the <JAVA_HOME>/IBM directory. While trying to install the PTFs again, it can result in a failure. The problem can be exhibited with one of the following symptoms: 1) The installed JDK gets deleted even though the install job ends successfully. 2) Install error indicating the compressed file (pax) is corrupt.
Manually delete the SDK build parts alone from <JAVA_HOME>/IBM path and apply both the parts again. The part names are AJVH1601 and AJVH2601 DO NOT DELETE THE INSTALL SCRIPTS, only the PTF PARTS. This problem can occur with Java 6, 601, or 7: the bypass steps apply to all versions.
when user installed the two PTFs first time, it might have abended due to some reason, space shortage and the system retained the build parts (AJVG1601 & AJVG2602) in <JAVA_HOME>/IBM When customer tried to apply the PTFs again, while applying the first PTF, it found the the build part corresponding to Co-Req PTF is already available in the system Hence the install script extracted the pax files into the system,installed the JDK into the system and delete both the PTFs from the SMP/E environment. When SMP/E apply the second PTF, it found that the JDK is installed and it removed the existing JDK first. Then while validating the Co-Reqs PTF, it could not find the other PTF in the system (as it was deleted in the first step). Hence the install script came out and waited for the other PTF. If the retained build parts is of an older PTF level, the build parts is not compatible with the new installing part and it throws an error while extracting the pax files after joining the parts.
. The PTF size limit is enhanced and the JDK 6.0.1 and 70 are packaged in single PTF to avoid the dependency between the hfs parts and avoid any install errors. . The problem is fixed by applying the following PTFs or its superceed. ========================== | JDK Version | PTF | ========================== | 6.0.1 31-bit | UK92396 | ------------------------- | 6.0.1 64-bit | UK92439 | -------------------------- | 7.0.0 31-bit | UK92405 | ------------------------- | 7.0.0 64-bit | UK92406 | -------------------------
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