Session hanged up while saving a data set

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Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby gnanas » Sat 13 Jun 2009, 10:28

Hi,

I'm unable to save a data set. While saving a data set, the below message is issued and my session is hanged up. So I closed my session with out log off.

"OPERATOR ACTION HAS BEEN REQUESTED FOR YOUR DATA SET"

Please let me know how to overcome this issue.
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby sysprog » Sat 13 Jun 2009, 15:28

What are your TSO userid and your dataset names?
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby gnanas » Sun 14 Jun 2009, 06:19

My TSO ID is gnanas.

If I save a member in GNANAS.JCL.CNTL, it is saved.

After creating a PDS with GNANAS as high level qualifier, I am unable to save a member in that data set.

Please let me know if you need more information.
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby gnanas » Sun 14 Jun 2009, 07:02

Hi,

I created PDS named GNANAS.PLI.SOURCE

While trying to save member in this, I'm getting the same message.

Please see to this.
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby sysprog » Mon 15 Jun 2009, 02:34

It seems your dataset is not properly allocated. Here is the message in your TSO session:
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IEC507D E 0AD6,FUSR16,GNANAS,SYSUSER.SYSUSER,GNANAS.PLI.SOURCE
21 IEC507D REPLY 'U'-USE OR 'M'-UNLOAD

Please post your allocation screen, such as ISPF allocation screen (=3.2).
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby gnanas » Mon 15 Jun 2009, 04:37

This is the allocation details.
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Data Set Name . . . . : GNANAS.PLI.SOURCE                               
                                                                       
General Data                          Current Allocation               
 Management class . . : **None**       Allocated tracks  . : 100       
 Storage class  . . . : USER           Allocated extents . : 1         
  Volume serial . . . : FUSR16         Maximum dir. blocks : 20         
  Device type . . . . : 3390                                           
 Data class . . . . . : **None**                                       
  Organization  . . . : PO            Current Utilization               
  Record format . . . : FB             Used tracks . . . . : 1         
  Record length . . . : 80             Used extents  . . . : 1         
  Block size  . . . . : 27920          Used dir. blocks  . : 1         
  1st extent tracks . : 100            Number of members . : 0         
  Secondary tracks  . : 100                                             
  Data set name type  : PDS                                             
                                                                       
  Creation date . . . : 2009/06/14     Referenced date . . : 2009/06/14
  Expiration date . . : 2012/03/10                                     
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby prino » Mon 15 Jun 2009, 16:26

Data set is past its expiration date, as you could have found yourself by putting the message code in Google, see http://www.jaymoseley.com/hercules/installmvs/mvsfaq00.htm.
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby gnanas » Tue 16 Jun 2009, 15:51

Hi Prino,

I don't see the data set is past its expiration date. Could you please explain in detail?

Thanks for tour time and attention.

:)
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby sysprog » Wed 17 Jun 2009, 02:50

I have fixed this issue for you, by re-allocating the dataset without seting the expiration date.

Please do not use the expire date when allocating a dataset.
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby gnanas » Wed 17 Jun 2009, 04:48

Hi,

Thanks for your help.

Could you please let me know how expiration date causes this problem. If expiration date is not set, the data set would be deleted soon, right?

Please let me know various SMS classes can be used in this shop.
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby sysprog » Wed 17 Jun 2009, 10:25

All users' datasets are assigned storage class USER. However you don't need to worry about the SMS storage class, and should not specify the expiration dates. The dataset will not be deleted by our system, or SMS. You are the only one manage the life of your own datasets.
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby gnanas » Wed 17 Jun 2009, 10:29

Okay, Thanks for the reply.

I guess there is no automatic back up, migration of data sets in our shop since I see Management class is *None*
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Re: Session hanged up while saving a data set

Postby sysprog » Wed 17 Jun 2009, 10:36

You are right. We don't have that luxury!
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