The final diagnostic shared by the sysprog said:
*System ran into some AUX storage shortage because the DFSORT step used up all physical memory that is available on the system.*
Post the crash, there have been changes made to the system parameters, I am not aware of all the changes in my current capacity.
We do have Omegamon, but it is not available on UAT LPAR; I can try getting the SMF type 30 info, but I am not sure how to check the same at run-time of a job.
I'd come across this link:http://ibmmainframes.com/about42619.html
where Robert has stated that there might
be a possible way to check the info if SDSF is available; can you kindly guide me to this method or a manual that I can refer for the same.
Reason for us trying to get this info is to simply avoid any unforseen situation due to our
jobs; business is hot on our heels and the sysprogs are not willing to accept that it was their fault in not having a roust system config around (this is the first time that I've seen a z-system crash due to THIS
reason); because of which business has asked us to monitor our jobs- at least for the coming few days.