message ID: CPF1213 Subsystem QDP had an allocation error for device XXXXXXXX

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AS/400 administration
AS/400 errors
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From time to time we recieve the error message:

Subsysbem QDP had an allocation error for device XXXXXXXXX.

The cause: The allocation of the device was lost by the subsystem or by an interactive job in the subsystem.

Is anyone familiar with this error and how to resolve?

Thanks for your help.

 

 

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I will try your suggestions when this problem happens again. To date we haven’t had the problem since.

Thanks for your help.

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  • TomLiotta
    Have you tried the recovery in the message? What was the result? Where did the allocation end up? Tom
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  • HMSSL2K
    From MSG file QCPFMSG: Recovery . . . : The subsystem will try to recover the lock on the device. Use the display object locks (WRKOBJLCK command) to find the current status of the device allocation. Like Tom said, did you do this?
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  • Abigail
    Message ID CPF1213 I would initially check for locks. You can easily find these by: WRKACTJOB F16 on Status to sort status alphabetically. Find LCKW status and proceed with research. Additional Information: Message Prestart job ending; too many prestart jobs not in use. Cause The subsystem monitors the number of prestart jobs that are not in use. The subsystem ended this prestart job to reduce number of prestart jobs for the prestart job entry.
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