Received following message after we recycled CA7 Started Task:
*43 CA-7.INW3 DELETE JOBS/NETWORKS? REPLY YES/NO.
Looked up the message and chose YES as the response to the WTOR, as NO explained it would abend CA7. After responding we saw some Jobs submitted by CA7, and within a few seconds of responding YES to the WTOR, CA7 came down with a return code 0.
Example of Log showing what it looked like when CA7 came down after responding YES:
CA-7.038 - r11.3( ) INVALID REQUEST FOR PAGE SERVICE
CA-7.V266 I V044 (0366) DISCONNECTED DSN = YOUR.UCC7.IDS
CA-7.V266 I V044 (0366) DISCONNECTED DSN = YOUR.UCC7.SASDS
CA-7.V266 I V044 (0366) DISCONNECTED DSN = YOUR.UCC7.SASJOB
CA-7.V267 I V040 (0694) DISCONNECTION COMPLETED SUCCESSFULLY
CA-7.928 - LOG DATASET CLOSED
CA-7.TARI - ARF DATA BASE IS NOW OFFLINE
CA-7.TARI - ARF DATA BASE SHUTDOWN COMPLETE
CA-7.TVRM-03 RESOURCE FILE SUCCESSFULLY CLOSED
CA-7.404 SUBTASK JBSM TERMINATED. TCBCMP = 00000000
CAL2S2014 - SASSSO01 initialized
CAL2S2013 - Shutdown requested for SASSSO01
CAL2S2012 - Submission output subtask for SASSSO01 ended; ECB=00000000
CA-7.404 SUBTASK MSUB TERMINATED. TCBCMP = 00000000
CA-7.510 - CA-7 SHUTDOWN COMPLETE
Release : 11.3 12.0
Component : CA-7
CA-7.INW3 DELETE JOBS/NETWORKS? REPLY YES/NO.
CA-7 keeps cylinder/head/record addresses of the queue files in the checkpoint data set.
When these address do no correspond to the addresses for current files, then the INW3 message is received and the records in question have to be deleted.
A FORM (or MOVQ if you have a good DMPQ) start must be done in this case.