CPF9033

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CPF9033
DLTUSRPRF
Message: Internal system failure occurred
OWNOBJOPT
USRPRF
Hi, I got this message when i was trying to delete an user profile by using the 'DLTUSRPRF USRPRF(ABC) OWNOBJOPT(*DLT)' but the user was unable to delete. in the joblog it says that 'Folder XXXXX not found'. And also that folder XXXXX is not found in the system. Can you please explain it clearly. Regards.

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Hi,

Possibly the folder was deleted at the same time that you were busy deleting the user, otherwise it would appear that the system has somehow “lost track” of the objects which are owned by the user and still in the system.

I would suggest you run a RCLSTG and IPL when you get a chance. It’s not a bad idea to IPL on a regular basis anyway.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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  • Tpinky
    Hello, Message CPF9033 is issued when the RTVDSKINF command finds a noname object stored in a folder, requests the name from program QODFIND, and it cannot find the object in the index. Recovery is to run the RCLDLO command. If receiving multiple CPF9033 messages, the objects might not be in a library. Therefore, the RCLSTG command should be run first followed by the RCLDLO command. The RTVDSKINF will complete but might wrap the message queue in the process of issuing the message CPF9033. Previously, this message caused the damage bit to be turned on for QDOC, and the users could not access their folders until the RCLDLO was run. Now this is a warning message, and the documents can still be accessed. For more information on this error code, see website... http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas10b72dc7d19d9892686256bc00055e996
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