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JOBSTAT false alert for NET resource

  • 1.  JOBSTAT false alert for NET resource

    Posted 11-21-2017 10:43 AM

    Hi,

     

    I have a question related sysview 15.0 I have alert about JOBSTATUS of NET(VTAM) resource...

     

    false alert

     

       Our address space is named VTAM.. so...

    1. I first rename in member MVSMON parameter to VTAM resource from NET

    2.I tried exclude resource VTAM

    3. I tried to comment it/ delete 

    4. I checked diferencies between CNM4BPRM and SITE.CNM4BPRM 

     

     but after restart MVSDATA the problem occures again and again. 

     

    Do you have any idea, how should i remove it ? or what should i try to do ? Our Network specialist said that there is nothing wrong with VTAM(net) 



  • 2.  Re: JOBSTAT false alert for NET resource

    Posted 11-22-2017 04:09 AM

    So i did add into memberMVSSTATE  this parameter 

     

    DEFINE JOBSTAT  RSCE VTAM     TRIGLVL NONE

     

    but i still wondering why it didnt work or could you tell me how this checking work ? How the JObSTAT know that VTAM is INACTIVE even when the task is runnig 



  • 3.  Re: JOBSTAT false alert for NET resource

    Posted 11-22-2017 10:04 AM

    Hello,

     

    It is possible there is still a JOBSTAT monitor definition for NET even though it is not present in your MVSMON parmlib member. The MVSMON parmlib member can be saved in the SYSVIEW persistent data store (DATALIB). If you warm start SYSVIEW, then SYSVIEW can save/load these settings from the SYSVIEW online panels instead of from parmlib. In this case, the MONITOR command in SYSVIEW might still have a JOBSTAT definition NET.

     

    Please check if there is a JOBSTAT definition for NET on the MONITOR command. If there is, please delete it. Optionally, you may add a JOBSTAT definition for VTAM, since this is the name of the address space you wish to monitor.

     

    Please let us know if this is the case for you.

     

    Regards,

    Jason Brosius

    CA SYSVIEW