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MSM - JRDirNotFound: A directory in the path name /cai/CASoftware/CCS150 was not found  

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Article ID: 188378

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Mainframe Software Manager (Chorus Software Manager) CHORUS SOFTWARE MANAGER

Issue/Introduction

                                                                                                                        
 RESTORE                                                                                                                 
   SELECT(SO11014,SO11760,SO10936,SO11618) .           

Fails with:

 GIM69168E ** HFSCOPY PROCESSING TO THE CFF6PLAT LIBRARY FAILED FOR HFS ZMSDIAGA IN SYSMOD SO11618. THE RETURN CODE (12) 
              EXCEEDED THE ALLOWABLE VALUE. DATE 20.097 - TIME 13:00:29 - SEQUENCE NUMBER 000004.                        
 GIM30229E ** RESTORE PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD SO10936 BECAUSE PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD SO11618. THESE SYSMODS   
              CONTAIN COMMON ELEMENTS.                                                                                   
 GIM30229E ** RESTORE PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD SO11014 BECAUSE PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD SO11618. THESE SYSMODS   
              CONTAIN COMMON ELEMENTS.                                                                                   
 GIM30229E ** RESTORE PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD SO11760 BECAUSE PROCESSING FAILED FOR SYSMOD SO11618. THESE SYSMODS   
              CONTAIN COMMON ELEMENTS.    

The failure is JRDirNotFound: A directory in the path name /cai/CASoftware/CCS150 was not found  
          
                   

Environment

Release : 6.0

Component : Chorus Software Manager

Cause

The correct file system was not mounted to the path name
/cai/CASoftware/CCS150

Resolution

Verify that correct file system for CCS150 is mounted to the mountpoint path name in the error message /cai/CASoftware/CCS150/

To determine what the correct filesystem name and the mountpoint path name, examine the task output from the original CCS 15.0 install. This will show the filesystem name and what mountpoint was used.

Then in TSO OMVS determine what is currently mounted to the that mountpoint by issuing the command: 
df -v  /cai/CASoftware/CCS150/CA

This revealed that the correct file system  SYSISV.CCS.V15R0.CCSZFS was not mounted to the path name 

To resolve:

(1). From the installation task output identify the filesystem dataset name:  SYSISV.CCS.V15R0.CCSZFS
and the the mountpoint path name that used was: /cai/CASoftware/CCS150/

(2). Mount filesystem dataset name:  SYSISV.CCS.V15R0.CCSZFS to the mountpoint
path name is:
/cai/CASoftware/CCS150/ that was identified in the output from the install task.

(3). Run the RESTORE task again and it should be successful