ACF2 CCSR010E SVCARECV S0C1 during certificate REMOVE

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Getting ACF2 CCSR010E SVCARECV S0C1  durtng certificate REMOVE, is there a solution?

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Component: ACF2MS

Resolution

The following ACF2 r16.0 PTF is available.

PTF SO07762
Title: CONNECT/REMOVE SUBCOMMANDS GET S0C1 AFTER SO06579 PROBLEM

PROBLEM DESCRIPTION:                                                
With SO06579 applied it is possible to trigger an 0C1 abend         
by issuing a CONNECT or REMOVE subcommand from a user who           
does not have SECURITY. The S0C1 address is unpredictable.          
Because the problem involves a wild branch the symptoms may         
vary -- i.e. an 0C7 or other unpredicatable abends may occur        
instead of the 0C1.                                                 
                                                                    
SYMPTOMS:                                                           
CCSR010E SVCARECV S0C1 at xxxxxxxx LMOD N/A CSECT N/A +N/A          
ACF68014 Database error removing the certificate from the key ring  
                                                                    
or:                                                                 
CCSR010E SVCARECV S0C7 at xxxxxxxx LMOD N/A CSECT N/A +N/A          
                                                                    
The abend PSW is likely to be a few bytes beyond the address        
in R14 at the time of the dump.                                     
                                                                    
IMPACT:                                                             
The CONNECT or REMOVE subcommand fails.                             
                                                                    
CIRCUMVENTION:                                                      
Issue the CONNECT or REMOVE subcommand from a user who has SECURITY