SRC= is the source of the command as it is received by the DBAS started task. 'S' is the source of
the command that can be subsystem interface, End of Task, and so on. 'cccccccc' is the actual command.
Release : 11.0
Component : CA-11
The SRC= appears in several error messages. An example of a sample message is below:
Example: U11D-4300-0 SRC=s CMD: cccccccc
Actual Message: U11D-4300-0 SRC=1 CMD: RESUME or U11D-4300-0 SRC=1 CMD: RESUME
SRC= is the source of the command. 1 means it got to DBAS via program U11D1000 so it came from an operator command
like =SUSPEND or =RESUME. SRC=2 is from the program U11D2000. SRC=3 is from the program U11D3000. Below are the different values for SRC.
SRC=1 is any DBAS command entered at a console
SRC=2 is ABTERM generated at End of Task,
SRC=3 is ABTERM at end of memory
SRC=S is from the SVC and
SRC=0 is a command like "F DBAS,xxxx
As always, please contact Broadcom support for Workload Automation Restart Option for z/OS Schedulers (CA 11) if
you have further questions.