Attempting to apply the latest maintenance to CA COMMON SERVICES. Received the following three (3) SMP/e error messages. Need direction as I am not sure how to address.
GIM39302E ** SHELL SCRIPT OPRINST PROCESSING FOR THE HFS OPRTAR IN THE NSMBASE LIBRARY FAILED FOR SYSMOD RO69475. SEQUENCE NUMBER 000013.
GIM69168E ** HFSCOPY PROCESSING TO THE NSMBASE LIBRARY FAILED FOR HFS EMTAR IN SYSMOD RO71341. THE RETURN CODE (12) EXCEEDED THE ALLOWABLE VALUE. DATE 16.041 - TIME 11:29:19 - SEQUENCE NUMBER 000014.
GIM69168E ** HFSCOPY PROCESSING TO THE NSMBASE LIBRARY FAILED FOR HFS STARTAR IN SYSMOD RO72278. THE RETURN CODE (12) EXCEEDED THE ALLOWABLE VALUE. DATE 16.041 - TIME 11:29:20 - SEQUENCE NUMBER 000015.
The USS filesystem that is associated with the Event Management component (FMID: CD5IB30) is not mounted to the directory identified in the SMP ALLOCATION REPORT for DDDEF NSMBASE. The other potential problem is that the filesystem is not mounted read/write.
If the filesystem is not mounted, then once you identify the data set name that was allocated for the Event Management "RO" filesystem, mount the filesystem by using the ISHell ISPF dialogs, or enter the following command from the TSO command line.
===> MOUNT FILESYSTEM('yourHLQ.RO.CD5IZFS') TYPE(ZFS) MODE(RDWR) PARM('AGGRGROW') MOUNTPOINT('your/install/directory')
If the filesystem is already mounted read-only, perform an unmount of the filesystem and remount using the above command.
Note: The installation jobs to allocate and mount the Event Management filesystems can be found in SAMPJCL members D5I1ALLU and D5I2MKD.
Release: CA90SV00200-14.1-Common Services-for z/OS