CPF3777 at Severity Level 99

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CPF3777 is normally a severity level 30 during GO SAVE option 21. We have a V5R4M0 system that is showing a severity level 99 on a CPF3777 and it is hard halting the weekly full sys save. Any ideas as to why the severity level is changing on the message?
ASKED: November 7, 2011  7:36 PM
UPDATED: March 19, 2012  1:14 PM

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  • Splat
    Have you looked at the job log to see what it's having trouble saving?
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  • TomLiotta
    There is almost certainly some other messages in the joblog that need attention. We need to know any related messages from the save operation in order to know what might be happening. A SEV(99) message usually should only appear when it's sent as an *INQ (inquiry) message, and CPF3777 doesn't seem well suited for that. Also, a SEV(99) by itself shouldn't cause a task to end unless it's sent as an *ESCAPE message (though *STATUS and *NOTIFY messages can also have effects). Tom
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