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CCILGR MESSAGES DISPLAY 0 BYTES

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Article ID: 105761

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Issue/Introduction

In the CCILGR joblog, we often see '0' BYTES in these messages.
Is CCILGR is having any problem ?
Does this problem affect CPF [command propagation facility] password synchronization ?

CASNMRLD - LOAD.. - # RECORDS READ... 0, #, BYTES READ... 0        
                                                                   
CASNMRLD - LOAD.. - # RECORDS WRITTEN 0, #, BYTES WRITTEN 0        

In CCILGR, we often see the following messages with '0' bytes.
Is CCILGR is having any problem ?
Does this problem affect CPF [command propagation facility] password synchronization ? I

Environment

z/OS

Resolution

This is  a  VSAM error.
The CCILGR logger database should be defined with REUSE.
Those messages are showing the REORG process not functioning correctly.
This could result in performance issues .
CASNMRLD - LOAD.. - # RECORDS READ... 0, #, BYTES READ... 0        
                                                                   
CASNMRLD - LOAD.. - # RECORDS WRITTEN 0, #, BYTES WRITTEN 0        

With the reuse in place, you would have the load with the same numbers as the unload.