Loads on Separate Partitions

BARCLAY RICHARD

Loads on Separate Partitions
Hi,

I'm having some difficulty running two load jobs on separate partitions of a tablespace. The load cards are as follows.

LOAD INDDN SYSREC RESUME YES
LOG NO
ERRDDN SYSERR
WORKDDN(SYSUT1,SORTOUT)
INTO TABLE table.name PART 10 REPLACE
(table/data layout etc .......)

Each time I run them together one job fails with.....

DSNU180I -DBD1 DSNUGUCC - UTILITY IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH THE LOAD UTILITY
UTILID = LOAD.PTnn, OBJECT = dbname.tsname

At first I thought it was down to the NPI's (though I didn't understand why) but I have dropped the NPI's and I still get the same message.

I've also tried it with BMC's Load Plus (rather than think about it too much!) and it still fails when there are NPI's defined,
(BMC50262E SPACE 'dbname.npixname' ALREADY IN USE BY A BMC UTILITY, UTILID ='abc.zyx' )
But, (and here's the spooky part) it works using BMC load when you drop the NPI's

Please tell me (while I still have some hair) that I have some crazy installation parm set wrong cos then I can pass it to someone else.

Thanks.


Richard Barclay
database administrator
Fortis Bank
Application Design / 1GA3F
Tel. +32 (0)2 228 3621
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Eric Pearson

Re: Loads on Separate Partitions
(in response to BARCLAY RICHARD)
Do you have SHRLEVEL CHANGE specified on the LOAD?

Regards,
eric pearson
NS ITO Database Support


-----Original Message-----
From: BARCLAY RICHARD [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 8:55 AM
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Subject: Loads on Separate Partitions


Hi,

I'm having some difficulty running two load jobs on separate partitions of a
tablespace. The load cards are as follows.

LOAD INDDN SYSREC RESUME YES
LOG NO
ERRDDN SYSERR
WORKDDN(SYSUT1,SORTOUT)
INTO TABLE table.name PART 10 REPLACE
(table/data layout etc .......)

Each time I run them together one job fails with.....

DSNU180I -DBD1 DSNUGUCC - UTILITY IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH THE LOAD UTILITY
UTILID = LOAD.PTnn, OBJECT = dbname.tsname

At first I thought it was down to the NPI's (though I didn't understand why)
but I have dropped the NPI's and I still get the same message.

I've also tried it with BMC's Load Plus (rather than think about it too
much!) and it still fails when there are NPI's defined,
(BMC50262E SPACE 'dbname.npixname' ALREADY IN USE BY A BMC UTILITY, UTILID
='abc.zyx' )
But, (and here's the spooky part) it works using BMC load when you drop the
NPI's

Please tell me (while I still have some hair) that I have some crazy
installation parm set wrong cos then I can pass it to someone else.

Thanks.


Richard Barclay
database administrator
Fortis Bank
Application Design / 1GA3F
Tel. +32 (0)2 228 3621
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