TCPIP error occuring frequently in VSE2.3 Environment



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TCPIP error occuring frequently in VSE2.3 Environment

Postby rrajesh17 » Thu Dec 17, 2009 2:49 am

Why the below TCPIP error occuring frequently in VSE2.3 Environment:

Hardware: z9
Platform: z/VM 5.4
OS: VSE 2.3

F7è TCP/IP Partition.

SD08è Print Queue.

AR 0015 1C39I COMMAND PASSED TO VSE/POWER

F7 0103 0156: GPS956E SD08 Network open failed to complete. Code 0C
F7 0103 0156: GPS928W SD08 Network retry 3 of 3 in 60 seconds
F1 0001 1Q2AI OFFLOADING SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED ON 480
F7 0103 0156: GPS956E SD08 Network open failed to complete. Code 0C
F7 0103 0156: GPS919E SD08 LPR operation has failed
F7 0103 0156: GPS922I SD08 GPS Shutting down
F7 0108 0S03I PROGRAM CHECK INTERRUPTION - HEX LOCATION 000057DA -
INTERRUPTION CODE 10 - SEGMENT-TRANSLATION EXCEPTION
F7 0108 0S08I LOG. TRANS. AREA CANCELED, PHASE = $$BCST01
F7 0108 0S00I SUB DRIVER CANCELED
F7 0108 0S07I LOG. TRANS. AREA PSW = 070D2000 800057DA
F7 0108 0S29I DUMP STARTED
F7 0108 1I51I DUMP COMPLETE


Details:

Model: IBM Z9
Platform: Z/VM 5.4
OS: VSE 2.3
TCPIP Ver: 1.5F
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Re: TCPIP error occuring frequently in VSE2.3 Environment

Postby enrico-sorichetti » Tue Dec 22, 2009 10:18 pm

and.... by grace how does all this relate to cobol :shock:
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Re: TCPIP error occuring frequently in VSE2.3 Environment

Postby dick scherrer » Wed Dec 23, 2009 12:18 am

Hello and welcome to the forum,

Your topic has been relocated to the part of the forum for ABENDS.

As there have been no replies, suggest you talk with your network support people. Both on the vse system as well as the remote.
Hope this helps,
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