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HP XP P9500 User Manual: Error Codes And Messages

Continuous access synchronous for mainframe systems.
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Table 34 Troubleshooting suspended Continuous Access Synchronous Z pairs (continued)
Pair status/type
Suspended (pair
suspended-error)/
by RCU
Delete Pair to
RCU
Suspended (pair
suspended-error)/
R-VOL Failure
suspended-delete
pair to RCU/
MCU IMPL
Suspended (pair
suspended-error)/
Initial Copy
Failed
by FREEZE
Table 35 Troubleshooting when changing the microcode
Error
The IEA498I message is reported when you change the
microcode online.

Error codes and messages

Remote Web Console displays error messages when error conditions occur during Continuous
Access Synchronous Z operations. The error message describes the error and provides a part code
and error code.
Applies to
Description
M-VOL,
The main system detected an error
R-VOL
condition at the remote system,
which caused the main system to
suspend the pair. The R-VOL
suspend type is R-VOL Failure.
M-VOL
The MCU detected that the R-VOL
status changed to simplex because
the user released the pair from the
RCU. The pair cannot be
resynchronized because the R-VOL
does not have the suspended
status.
M-VOL,
The main system detected an error
R-VOL
during communication with the
remote system, or detected an I/O
error during update copy. In this
case, the suspend type for the
R-VOL is usually R-VOL Failure.
M-VOL,
The main system could not find
R-VOL
valid control information in its
nonvolatile memory during the
IMPL procedure.
M-VOL,
The main system suspended this
R-VOL
pair during the initial copy
operation. The data on the R-VOL
is not identical to the data on the
M-VOL.
M-VOL,
All Continuous Access
R-VOL
Synchronous Z pairs in the MCU
were suspended by the
CGROUP/FREEZE command.
Corrective action
Clear the error condition at the remote system or
R-VOL, then resynchronize the pair from the main
system.
If you need to access the R-VOL to clear the error
conditions, release the pair from the remote system.
After you clear the error conditions from R-VOL,
restart the pair.
Release the pair from the MCU (Delete Pair), and
then restart the pair (Add Pair). You should use the
Entire Volume initial copy option to resynchronize
the pair. You can use the None initial copy option
only if no data on the M-VOL or R-VOL changed.
Check the path status on the RCU Status dialog
box. If errors occurred on the path, clear the
error conditions.
Clear any error conditions at the remote system
or R-VOL, then resynchronize the pair from the
main system.
If you need to access the R-VOL to clear the
error conditions, release the pair from the
remote system. After you clear the error
conditions, re-create the pair.
Resynchronize the pair from the main system. An
entire initial copy operation will be performed in
response to the Resume Pair request.
Release the pair from the main system. Clear all
error conditions on the main system, M-VOL,
remote system, and R-VOL. Re-create the pair.
Resynchronize the pair(s) from the MCU using
Resume Pair or the CESTPAIR (MODE=RESYNC)
TSO command.
Corrective action
If the controller emulation type of the host that is connected
to the main site is 2105 or 2107, and a Continuous Access
Synchronous Z pair exists, the IEA498I message that
indicates the path blockade may be reported to the host
when you change the microcode of the main site or the
remote site online. If the IEA498I message is reported,
confirm the path and the pair status of the main site.
Error codes and messages
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