Datacom Server OPTIONS to decrease SYSPRINT CONSOLE

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Article ID: 140817

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Products

CA Datacom/DB CA Datacom/AD CA Datacom/Server

Issue/Introduction

Datacom Server mainframe is getting many $HASP messages impact the system spool. How to decrease the amount of messages issued?

 

Cause

 

 

Environment

Release : 15.0

CA DATACOM SERVER

Resolution

Regarding the $HASP messages, to decrease the amount of messages being issued by CA Datacom Server mainframe:

First, issue the Datacom Server OPTIONS console command to see what the current settings are.

1. If Datacom Server tracing is turned on, turn off via Datacom Server startup option or console command to issue TRACEON=NO.

2. If Datacom Server SUPMSG=NO, use SUPMSG=YES (suppress messages) Datacom Server startup option or console command to eliminate half of the DSVnnnnn informational messages.

By default, SUPMSG=NO, informational messages are written to both the console and to SYSPRINT.
When SUPMSG=YES, messages from the console are suppressed. Informational messages will still be written to SYSPRINT, but will not be duplicated on the operator console.

3. Use JCL /*JOBPARM LINES=nnn statement to override the maximum lines of output default.
Where nnn is a number of lines * 1000.  For example, LINES=999 allows a job to write 999,000 lines of output before JES issues the $HASP warning messages.

Additional Information

 
Example console:
 
/f dbsrv,MODIFY OPTION,SUPMSG=YES
DSV00122I-Console command entered -MODIFY OPTION,SUPMSG=YES
DSV00038I-Input parameters received:          
             
             
/f dbsrv,OPTIONS 
DSV00122I-Console command entered -MODIFY OPTION,SUPMSG=YES
DSV00038I-Input parameters received:                        
DSV00122I-Console command entered -OPTIONS                  
     DBUSERS:              4                                
     SUPMSG:               Y                                
     SERVERNAME:          ...etc...