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INST0040 fail with IXG002E RETCODE=8 RSNCODE=839

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Article ID: 229995

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Products

SYSVIEW Performance Management

Issue/Introduction

Possible issues with the INST0040 job that can fail with the following error message. 

     IXG002E LOGR POLICY PROCESSING ENDED WITH RETCODE=00000008 RSNCODE=00000839     

 

Environment

Release : 16.0

Component : SYSVIEW

Cause

The problem was produced because job INST0040 is using the parm EHLQ(xxxxxx) instead of HLQ(xxxxxx).

Resolution

Depending upon your LOGR coupling facility setup, you may need to use HLQ in lieu of EHLQ. 

Per IBM doc: 

http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/pdfs/sg246898.pdf 

HLQ 
Specifies the high level qualifier for both the offload and staging data sets. 
If you do not specify a high level qualifier, or if you specify HLQ(NO_HLQ), the log stream will 
have a high level qualifier of IXGLOGR (the default value). If you specified the LIKE 
parameter, the log stream will have the high level qualifier of the log stream specified on the 
LIKE parameter. The value specified for HLQ overrides the high level qualifier for the log 
stream specified on the LIKE parameter. 
HLQ and EHLQ are mutually exclusive and cannot be specified for the same log stream 
definition. 
EHLQ 
Specifies the extended high level qualifier for both the offload and staging data sets. The 
EHLQ parameter was introduced by z/OS 1.4, and log streams specifying this parameter can 
only be connected to by systems running this level of z/OS or later. 
EHLQ and HLQ are mutually exclusive and cannot be specified for the same log stream 
definition. 
When the EHLQ parameter is not explicitly specified on the request, the resulting high level 
qualifier to be used for the log stream data sets will be based on whether the HLQ or LIKE 
parameters are specified. If the HLQ parameter is specified, then that value will be used for 
the offload data sets. When no high level qualifier is explicitly specified on the DEFINE 
LOGSTREAM request, but the LIKE parameter is specified, then the high level qualifier value 
being used in the referenced log stream will be used for the newly defined log stream. If the 
EHLQ, HLQ, and LIKE parameters are not specified, then the default value “IXGLOGR” will 
be used. 
When EHLQ=NO_EHLQ is specified or defaulted to, the resulting high level qualifier will be 
determined by the HLQ value from the LIKE log stream or using a default value.