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Error: ACF2 Insert LID fails on home node with CPF active

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Article ID: 202878

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Products

ACF2 ACF2 - DB2 Option ACF2 for zVM ACF2 - z/OS ACF2 - MISC LDAP SERVER FOR Z/OS PAM CLIENT FOR LINUX ON MAINFRAME WEB ADMINISTRATOR FOR TOP SECRET

Issue/Introduction

Two lpars in a sysplex, with separate ACF2 databases and CPF for Commands and Password sync active.
The security admin attempts to add a user in home lpar as follows:

acf
ACF
in u(test01) test02 name(...)
ACFC1199 Command sent to 01 nodes
l test02
ACF02010 RECORD(S) NOT FOUND

The user is not inserted in the current lpar. There are no error messages in the SYSLOG

Environment

Release : 16.0

Component : CA ACF2 for z/OS

Resolution

Ensure that the home node is specified in the DFTCMD of the CPF OPTIONS record. The DFTCMD identifies the remote CA ACF2 node to which CPF can propagate commands. CA ACF2 commands will not automatically execute on the HOME node. The HOME node must be in this target list if you want to have commands execute on the HOME node while CPF is active.

To list the DFTCMD go to CPF records with the following commands:

set control(cpf)                                                                                                                     
 CONTROL                                                                                                                           
l option                                                                                                                       
  ABCD / OPTIONS LAST CHANGED BY TEST01 ON 06/11/20-13:27                                                                         
                       NOCMDWAIT COMMAND DFTCMD(LPAR1 LPAR2) DFTPSW(LPAR1 LPAR2) EXTDCPF HOME(LPAR1) JOURNAL NOJRNLQS         
                       JRNLRECV(JRNLRECV.LPAR1) JRNLSEND(JRNLSEND.LPAR1) LOGDAYS(1) PSWDSYNC NORCVUND RSTNLST(NONE)  
                       TRMNLST(NONE)                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                   
 CONTROL