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International Technical Support Organization, ABCs of z OS System Programming Volume 8. SG24 6988 01, Note Before using this information and the product it supports read the information in Notices on. Second Edition July 2012, This edition applies to version 1 release 13 modification 0 of IBM z OS product number 5694 A01 and to all. subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new editions. Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 2007 2012 All rights reserved. Note to U S Government Users Restricted Rights Use duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule. Contract with IBM Corp, Notices ix, Trademarks x, Preface xi. The team who wrote this book xii, Now you can become a published author too xii.
Comments welcome xii, Stay connected to IBM Redbooks xiii. Chapter 1 z OS problem diagnosis fundamentals 1, 1 1 Problem identification 2. 1 2 What version or release is running 4, 1 3 Waits system hangs and abends 7. 1 4 Logging messages 9, 1 5 Dumps and traces 11, 1 6 Tools and service aids 13. 1 7 Tools and service aids 16, 1 8 Problem analysis with IPCS 18.
1 9 Problem analysis with Fault Analyzer 19, 1 10 SMP E and maintenance 21. 1 11 Using SMP E and dumps 23, 1 12 SDSF and RMF 27. Chapter 2 Problem resolution steps 29, 2 1 Identifying a problem 30. 2 2 Prioritize problem resolution 32, 2 3 Problem severity 34. 2 4 Analyze a problem ask for assistance 36, 2 5 Gather Messages and Logrec 38.
2 6 SYSLOG processing 40, 2 7 SYSLOG messages 41, 2 8 OPERLOG operations log 43. 2 9 Job error logs 44, 2 10 Logrec data set 47, 2 11 Analyzing EREP reports 49. 2 12 Using EREP 50, 2 13 EREP reports 52, 2 14 EREP parameter and control statements 54. 2 15 Copy logs to tape 56, 2 16 Implement a resolution 57. Chapter 3 Common problem types 59, 3 1 Common problem types 60.
3 2 standalone dumps 62, 3 3 Symptom dump output 64. 3 4 Waits hangs and loops 66, 3 5 SLIP command 68, 3 6 Storage overlays 70. 3 7 Storage overlay during IPL 72, Copyright IBM Corp 2007 2012 All rights reserved iii. 3 8 Storage overlay in a production system 74, 3 9 SLIP to catch the overlayer 75. Chapter 4 Dump processing 77, 4 1 Defining dump data sets 78.
4 2 Getting or requesting dumps 80, 4 3 Slip commands 82. 4 4 SLIP dumps 84, 4 5 SNAP dumps 87, 4 6 Standalone dumps 89. 4 7 The SADMP program 92, 4 8 Using standalone dumps 94. 4 9 SADMP processing 96, 4 10 SADMP support for EAV volumes 98. 4 11 SVC dumps 99, 4 12 Allocating SYS1 DUMPxx data sets 101.
4 13 Automatic allocation of SVC dump data sets 103. 4 14 Dumping multiple address spaces in a sysplex 105. 4 15 Managing taking a dump 108, 4 16 Customizing dumps using SDATA options 110. 4 17 Dump options and considerations 112, 4 18 Catalog address space CAS dumps 113. Chapter 5 z OS trace processing 115, 5 1 z OS trace facilities 116. 5 2 GTF trace definitions 118, 5 3 Implementing GTF trace 120. 5 4 Component trace CTRACE 125, 5 5 Implementing component trace 127.
5 6 Component trace for System Logger 129, 5 7 Master trace 132. 5 8 GFS trace 134, 5 9 System trace 136, 5 10 SMS tracing 138. 5 11 Trace data using an external writer 140, Chapter 6 IPCS dump debugging 143. 6 1 IPCS dump debugging 145, 6 2 IPCS command processing 147. 6 3 IPCS dump debug example 149, 6 4 IPCS support of large data sets 155.
6 5 Setting the IPCS defaults 157, 6 6 IPCS utility menu 160. 6 7 SADMP dump data set utility 161, 6 8 Using IPCS subcommands 163. 6 9 SADMP analysis and COPYDUMP 165, 6 10 IPCS COPYDUMP 167. 6 11 Using subcommands 168, 6 12 Analyzing dumps 172. 6 13 IPCS trace commands MTRACE 174, 6 14 SYSTRACE command 177.
6 15 IPCS SUMMARY subcommand 182, 6 16 What is VERBX 184. 6 17 IPCS VERBX LOGDATA command 186, iv ABCs of z OS System Programming Volume 8. 6 18 Using the SYS1 LOGREC 188, 6 19 IPCS virtual storage commands 190. 6 20 Using IPCS to browse storage 195, 6 21 Using IPCS to find the failing instruction 198. 6 22 Analyzing for resource contention 200, 6 23 Searching IBM problem databases 202.
Chapter 7 z OS Language Environment 205, 7 1 Language Environment ABEND and CEEDUMP handling 206. 7 2 Common Language Environment messages 209, 7 3 Language Environment message abend prefixes 211. 7 4 Collecting debug documentation 213, 7 5 Language Environment and CICS debugging 216. 7 6 Language Environment and z OS UNIX dumps 219, 7 7 Understanding CEEDUMP 221. 7 8 ZMCH control block 224, 7 9 IPCS and Language Environment 227.
Chapter 8 Debug and maintenance tools 229, 8 1 Using SMP E 230. 8 2 Find a load module 232, 8 3 AMBLIST job to get LMOD and source information 234. 8 4 IEAABD00 IEADMP00 and IEADMR00 members 237, 8 5 PDATA options only valid for IEADMP00 239. 8 6 SDATA and PDATA recommendations 240, Chapter 9 SDSF and RMF 243. 9 1 System Display and Search Facility SDSF 244, 9 2 Using the SYSLOG for debugging 247.
9 3 RMF Resource Measurement Facility 249, 9 4 RMF Monitor I data gathering 251. 9 5 Monitor II data gathering 253, 9 6 RMF Monitor III data gathering 255. Chapter 10 z Architecture and addressing 257, 10 1 Program status word PSW 258. 10 2 Program status word PSW 259, 10 3 64 bit addressing 262. 10 4 Next sequential instruction 264, 10 5 64 bit address space 266.
Chapter 11 IBM Fault Analyzer for z OS 269, 11 1 Fault Analyzer 270. 11 2 Fault Analyzer analysis options 272, 11 3 IDI SIDIEXEC IDISFA as a line command 274. 11 4 Analyze MVS dump data set selection 276, 11 5 Invoke Fault Analyzer from ISPF 278. 11 6 IBM Fault Analyzer history files 279, 11 7 Analyzing dumps with Fault Analyzer 281. 11 8 A CICS selected dump 283, Appendix A IPCS tools and lab exercises 293.
A 1 IPCS lab exercise agenda 294, A 2 IPCS lab setup instructions 298. Contents v, A 3 Commands to analyze dumps 299, A 4 The RTCT control block 303. A 5 The IP ST REGS command 305, A 6 Browsing storage 307. A 7 IPCS VERBX LOGDATA subcommand 311, A 8 IPCS SYSTRACE subcommand 314. A 9 IPCS VERBX MTRACE subcommand 318, A 10 IP SUMMARY FORMAT subcommand 320.
A 11 The IP ANALYZE RESOURCE subcommand 322, A 12 Diagnosing excessive processor time 325. A 13 A standalone dump example 327, A 14 LIST TITLE and LIST SLIPTRAP Answers 330. A 15 IP ST WORKSHEET Answers 330, A 16 Using the RTCT control block Answers 330. A 17 Information from IP ST REGS Answers 331, A 18 IP SYSTRACE Answers 332. A 19 IP VERBX MTRACE Answers 332, A 20 SUMMARY FORMAT Answers 332.
A 21 ANALYZE RESOURCE Answers 333, A 22 Diagnosing excessive processor time Answers 333. A 23 A standalone dump example Answers 333, A 24 Diagnosing loops and hangs 334. Appendix B Using IPCS to diagnose abends 337, B 1 Lab exercises 338. Diagnosing an ABEND0C1 dump 342, Diagnosing an USS ICH408I security violation 343. Diagnosing storage problems ABEND878 346, Diagnosing local storage shortage 349.
Diagnosing LE U4083 abend 351, Lab exercise 1 Answers IP ST REGS 355. Lab exercise 1 Answers IP SYSTRACE 355, Lab exercise 1 Answers Summary Format 355. Lab exercise 2 Answers diagnosing an ABEND0C1 356, Lab exercise 3 Answers diagnosing ICH408I 356. Lab exercise 5 Answers diagnosing storage ABEND878 357. Lab exercise 5 Answers ABEND878 Analyzing storage use 357. Lab exercise 5 Answers ABEND878 CSA SQA tracker 358. Lab exercise 5 Answers diagnosing local storage shortages 358. Lab exercise 6 Answers diagnosing U4083 LE abend 359. Appendix C z OS trace processing data 361, C 1 GFS trace information 362. C 1 1 DIAGxx parmlib member syntax 362, C 1 2 GFS trace data 362.
C 1 3 IPCS MVS dump component data analysis panel 363. C 1 4 SUMMARY subcommand parameters 364, C 1 5 VERBEXIT subcommand 365. C 1 6 VERBX VSMDATA subcommand 366, C 1 7 STATUS FAILDATA subcommand 366. Appendix D IPCS commands 369, D 1 IPCS commands 370. vi ABCs of z OS System Programming Volume 8, Related publications 375. IBM Redbooks 375, Other publications 375, How to get Redbooks 376.
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