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Getting IEC161I 074-053 message for DTR0002 dataset for DB5T

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Issue/Introduction

We are receiving IEC161I 074-053 message for DTR0002 dataset due to which the Db5T detector is not getting started.
We don't have any backup of the Data Store.
We ran a verify across the Dataset and received VSAM Open Return Code 190.
Can you let us know if there is anyway to restore Dataset DTR0002?
Or creating a new DTR0002 is the only way?

We are receiving IEC161I 074-053 message for DTR0002 dataset due to which the Db5T detector is not getting started.
We don't have any backup of the Data Store.
We ran a verify across the Dataset and received VSAM Open Return Code 190.
Can you let us know if there is anyway to restore Dataset DTR0002?
Or creating a new DTR0002 is the only way?
Error message:- 00.04.04 STC31394 IGD104I SYSD.PLAT.DB2TGRP.DTR0003.DB5T RETAINED, DDNAME=SYS00151 00.04.04 STC31394 IEC161I 074-053,PTXMANB,PTXMANB,SYS00153,,, 811 811 IEC161I SYSD.PLAT.DB2TGRP.DTR0002.DB5T, 811 IEC161I SYSD.PLAT.DB2TGRP.DTR0002.DB5T.DATA,UCAT.VSYS014 00.04.04 STC31394 PDT0211 DETECTOR OPEN FAILED RC=X'08' ACBERFLG=X'BE' DSID=2 DB2=DB5T 00.04.04 STC31394 IGD104I SYSD.PLAT.DB2TGRP.DTR0003.DB5T RETAINED, DDNAME=SYS00152 00.04.04 STC31394 PDT0102 DETECTOR TERM IN PROGRESS FOR DB2=DB5T USER=CONSOLE 00.04.04 STC31394 PDT0520 DETECTOR MODIFY FAILED DUE TO ERROR, REASON=0000 190
An incorrect high-allocated RBA was found in the catalog entry for this data set. The catalog entry is bad and will have to be restored.

Environment

z/os DB2

Resolution

Unfortunately there is no specific way to restore the Datastore Dataset DTR0002.
Unless you have taken specific backups of the datastore we do not Auto backup the data.
Given the IBM explanation of the message you are getting System action: OPEN processing ends for the data set.
The error flag (ACBERFLG) in the ACB (access method block) for the data set is set to 190 (X'BE').
Programmer response: Restore the data set. I think your only option is to create a new DTR0002 dataset.

The solution is to create a new datastore.