Flashcopy error message ADR316W when backing up target volume

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ADRDSSU
DFSMS
FCESTABL
z/OS v1r10
I'm new to DFSMS Flashcopy and would like advice.

I used the following JCL step to backup a source volume to target volume.

//STEP901A EXEC PGM=IKJEFT01,                         //            REGION=0K                               //SYSTSPRT DD SYSOUT=*                                //SYSUADS  DD DSN=SYS1.UADS,                          //            DISP=SHR                                //SYSLBC   DD DSN=SYS1.BRODCAST,                      //            DISP=SHR                                //SYSTSIN  DD *                                         FCESTABL SDEVN(X'901A') TDEVN(X'9040') ONLINTGT(YES) /*                                                   

Source volume (SDEVN(x'901a') was actually vol=ser=D2901A.

Target volume (TDEVN(x'9040') was actually vol=ser=FC9040.

Offload job step ended RC=0.

Data on unit=9040, vol=ser=FC9040 actually had data matching what was on original source unit=901A, vol=ser=D2901A.

When I went to backup the unit=9040, vol=ser=FC9040, using PGM=ADRDSSU, and JCL step.

//JSTEP01  EXEC PGM=ADRDSSU                                    //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*                                         //TAPE1    DD UNIT=ETAPE,LABEL=(1,SL),DISP=(,KEEP),            //       VOL=(PRIVATE,RETAIN,1,SER=(Y06080)),DSN=BACKUPA.FC9040

//SYSIN   DD  *                                                   SERIAL                                                          DUMP  IDY(FC9040) OUTDDNAME(TAPE1) OPT(4) ALLE ALLD(*) ADMIN

my adrdssu failed with

ADR316W (002)-DDTFP(09), AN LOGICAL ERROR WAS ENCOUNTERED ON THE VOLUME LABEL TRACK, AND ONE OR MORE TRACKS WERE NOT PROCESSED

when I display the target volume using /d u,,,9040,1

I get the following info:

IEE457I 09.52.55 UNIT STATUS 959             UNIT TYPE STATUS        VOLSER     VOLSTATE  9040 3390 O             FC9040     PRIV/RSDNT

I'm now wondering if it kept the original vol=ser of  D2901A somewhere on the target volume and now FC9040 thinks its D2901A. 

can someone advise how to use FCESTABL to flashcopy a source volume to a target volume and then back up the target volume to tape properly so that the original source volume could be restored from tape backup copy if needed.

 

thanks, in advance

robert nusz



Software/Hardware used:
z/OS v1r10, DFSMS, FCESTABL, ADRDSSU
ASKED: April 6, 2010  3:00 PM
UPDATED: February 21, 2014  5:27 PM

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Did you follow all the steps mentioned in the full explanation of the error?
If so, and still having a problem, then open an ETR with IBM.

Here is full explanation of the error:

ADR316W (ttt)-mmmmm(yy), AN {I/O ¦ LOGICAL} ERROR WAS ENCOUNTERED ON THE
{VOLUME LABEL TRACK ¦ VTOC ¦ VVDS ¦ DATA TRACKS}, AND ONE OR MORE
TRACKS WERE NOT PROCESSED

Explanation: An error occurred on the specified track or tracks on the
source volume and CANCELERROR was not specified. Other messages that
precede this message indicate the track or tracks that had the error.
CANCELERROR is ignored and this message is issued, for the following types
of errors on a DASD volume: equipment check, command reject, intervention
required, and busout parity.

System Action: The tracks that had the errors were not processed. If you
are doing a DUMP and the error was on VVDS, a data set RESTORE cannot be
done for VSAM data sets. If the error was on the VTOC, a data set RESTORE
cannot be done for any data set, but a full or tracks RESTORE is possible.
If the error was on the volume label track and track zero is to be copied
or restored, correct the error and rerun the job. The return code is 4.

Operator Response: None.

Application Programmer Response: If you are doing a DUMP and the output
is intended for a data set RESTORE, correct the error and rerun the job.
If it is a logical error on the VVDS, VTOC, or volume label track, do a
TRACKS PRINT of the VVDS, VTOC, or volume label track to check their
format. Also, if it is the VVDS, run access method services DIAGNOSE on
the VVDS to determine the nature of the problem. Correct the error.

Source: DFSMSdss

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  • PeteW

    It is easier to use DFDSS COPY to initiate the Flashcopy and create the target volume  without changing the target volser so that it doesn't go offline (as would normally happen to avoid a duplicate volser situation)

    COPY IDY(source) ODY(target) DUMPCOND FR(REQ) PUR ALLX ALLD(*)   

    Be careful if you have DASD mirroring to a 2nd or 3rd copy replication of your volume as you may need to specify FCTOPPRCP(PMP) to preserve the mirror.                                                     
                              
     DUMP to tape.                   

    DUMP FULL ODD(TAPE) IDY(flashvol) ALLE ALLD(*) OPT(4)




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