Spool - 14.0 Java Transform job failed

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Article ID: 224408

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CA Spool

Issue/Introduction

Java transformer log shows the following errors:

Error #1

IOEZ00312I Dynamic growth of aggregate  727                  
SYSV.SPOOL.AFW3.JAVATRAN.R14L1.D2E2.HFS in progress, (by user
ESFJAVA2).                                                   

Error #2

ESF4323 File   9889 IT614DTB(TGO4    /MWH4103 ) - Temp HFS file Write failed

We've determined that the HFS file (Error 1) is full and can't be written to.  

The following files exist in:  /tpv14e2/caspoold2e/xenos/output/

F8566
F8578
F8599
F8624
F8958
F8962
F9886

What are these files and can they be purged?  Also, is there a recommendation for managing these files to avoid future file full events?

Environment

Release : 14.0

Component : CA Spool

Resolution

Upon receiving errors:

IOEZ00312I Dynamic growth of aggregate aggrname in progress, (by user
username).                                                           

ESF4323 File nnnn ... - Temp HFS file Write failed

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It is being noted that the HFS file is full and can't be written to.  
The following files exist in:  /tpv14e2/caspoold2e/xenos/output/

It is recommended to check the CE0CPARM(CAIQENVA) file for TEMPDS_DISP=KEEP.  

As the TEMPDS_DISP=KEEP parameter causes the input, report, and report files to be kept after transformation, the recommendation is that you comment the TEMPDS_DISP=KEEP parameter so that it is not used. 

Note: This is a temporary setting and should only be used when debugging.  

If that is not set, the files in the /input, /output and /reports directories are deleted when the transform completes.

If a transformation gets a return code greater than 4, the files are kept for debugging purposes.  
If there are enough of those over time, the file size could grow.  

If the files are old, and no longer applicable, it is suggested to delete them.