I need to rebuild RCLSTK file

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IBM System/36
iSeries Storage
RCLSTK
V5R7
I got the below error. Message . . . . : Resequencing cannot be completed. Cause . . . . . : The Sort utility has encountered an internal limitation. Possible reasons are: The required size of the sort work space is greater than the maximum allowed. This work space is used to store the sort key, relative record number, and output record data during the sorting procedure. The maximum total space that will be allocated is approximately 80 GB (40 GB for the System/36 environment sort, #GSORT). The effective space will be somewhat less, and will vary with the sort specifications and the input data. For a record address sort in the System/36 environment (#GSORT), the relative record number exceeds the capacity of the 3-byte output record. Recovery . . . : Reduce the number of output records that will be produced by the sort.
The version i am using is V5R7

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  • TomLiotta
    I would do two things. First, I would do some heavy purging to bring the size under control. Then I would finish the work of migrating out of the S/36 environment. This is pushing 30-year old technology to its limits. I doubt that much more can be done if your sizes are getting this big. If sizes are not that big, then some other problem is involved. More data on the physical attributes of the file and of your system would be needed. Tom
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