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Bill Janulin

modules missing from
To list;
  Is there a way to rebuild the DB2 RUNLIB. I have a situation where only module DSNTIAD is the only module in the RUNLIB I created.  I am going through the installation instructions to see where I went wrong.

Any direction on this would be greatly appreciated.

If anyone else has run into this situation, any information would also be greatly appreciated.
Regards, Bill J.

Kirk Hampton

modules missing from
(in response to Bill Janulin)
What else are you thinking might have been in there ?
Usually there is not much else, maybe DSNTEP2/4 and some IVP stuff.

HRECOVER ?

J. Kirk Hampton
DB2 z/OS Sysprog
HCL America
Frisco, Texas
817-228-6083


From: william janulin [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Monday, August 07, 2017 3:36 PM
To: Lizette Koehler <[login to unmask email]>
Subject: [DB2-L] - modules missing from

To list;

Is there a way to rebuild the DB2 RUNLIB. I have a situation where only module DSNTIAD is the only module in the RUNLIB I created. I am going through the installation instructions to see where I went wrong.

Any direction on this would be greatly appreciated.

If anyone else has run into this situation, any information would also be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Bill J.

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Chris Tee

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Bill


Other programs that are normally in RUNLIB.LOAD such as DSNTEP2/4 and DSNTIAUL are created by the IVP jobs DSNTEJ1L or DSNTEJ1P and DSNTEJ2A.


regards


Chris


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From: william janulin <[login to unmask email]>
Sent: 07 August 2017 21:36
To: Lizette Koehler
Subject: [DB2-L] - modules missing from

To list;

Is there a way to rebuild the DB2 RUNLIB. I have a situation where only module DSNTIAD is the only module in the RUNLIB I created. I am going through the installation instructions to see where I went wrong.

Any direction on this would be greatly appreciated.

If anyone else has run into this situation, any information would also be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Bill J.

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Bill Janulin

modules missing from
(in response to Chris Tee)
To all;
thank you for your responses. I have come to the realization that I need to run a few of the IVP jobs after reviewing that section of the install guide.
Thanks again for responding.
Regards, Bill J.


On Monday, August 7, 2017 6:33 PM, Chris Tee <[login to unmask email]> wrote:


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Other programs that are normally in RUNLIB.LOAD such as DSNTEP2/4 and DSNTIAUL are created by the IVP jobs DSNTEJ1L or DSNTEJ1P and DSNTEJ2A.
regards
Chris

From: william janulin <[login to unmask email]>
Sent: 07 August 2017 21:36
To: Lizette Koehler
Subject: [DB2-L] - modules missing from To list;
  Is there a way to rebuild the DB2 RUNLIB. I have a situation where only module DSNTIAD is the only module in the RUNLIB I created.  I am going through the installation instructions to see where I went wrong.

Any direction on this would be greatly appreciated.

If anyone else has run into this situation, any information would also be greatly appreciated.
Regards, Bill J.

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Richard Arnold

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One option is to run step DSNTIAD from install job DSNTIJTM to assemble the module again, then bind the new package.  Another option is to find a working DSNTIAD from another DB2 instance, copy it into your RUNLIB and bind it.

Make a backup before you do anything, in case something goes wrong and you need to start over.

Richard Arnold

Bill Janulin

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(in response to Richard Arnold)
Hi Richard,
  That module DSNTIAD is the only one that resides in the RUNLIB. I understand that a few on the IVP jobs need to be run to get the other modules in there. I am starting to do that. Currently, I am running into a SD37 abend on the SYSLMOD dataset in the linkdit step indicating that no secondary allocation was specified. I am going thought the ASMCL proc to see where the secondary allocation needs to be specified. The job involved is DSNTEJ1 and
the SYSLMOD dd statement is pointing to the SDSNEXIT dataset.

Bill J.

On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 9:23 AM, Richard Arnold <[login to unmask email]> wrote:


One option is to run step DSNTIAD from install job DSNTIJTM to assemble the module again, then bind the new package.  Another option is to find a working DSNTIAD from another DB2 instance, copy it into your RUNLIB and bind it.
Make a backup before you do anything, in case something goes wrong and you need to start over.Richard Arnold
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Lizette Koehler

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When you get a D37 or any x37 abend, you can just reallocate the file using ISPF 3.2 or 3.4



Or use a batch IEBCOPY to copy the contents from the original dataset to a new one.


Just rename the new file to the original name. Sometimes the default space size used by the installation process may not always be sufficient.



So if the dataset you have issues with is something like



DB2.RUNLIB – then create a new DB2.RUNLIB.NEW with larger allocation. Copy DB2.RUNLIB to DB2.RUNLIB.NEW. Then rename DB2.RUNLIB to DB2.RUNLIB.OLD and DB2.RUNLIB.NEW to DB2.RUNLIB









Lizette





From: william janulin [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2017 6:39 AM
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Hi Richard,





That module DSNTIAD is the only one that resides in the RUNLIB. I understand that a few on the IVP jobs need to be run to get the other modules in there. I am starting to do that. Currently, I am running into a SD37 abend on the SYSLMOD dataset in the linkdit step indicating that no secondary allocation was specified. I am going thought the ASMCL proc to see where the secondary allocation needs to be specified. The job involved is DSNTEJ1 and



the SYSLMOD dd statement is pointing to the SDSNEXIT dataset.







Bill J.



On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 9:23 AM, Richard Arnold <[login to unmask email] <mailto:[login to unmask email]> > wrote:



One option is to run step DSNTIAD from install job DSNTIJTM to assemble the module again, then bind the new package. Another option is to find a working DSNTIAD from another DB2 instance, copy it into your RUNLIB and bind it.

Make a backup before you do anything, in case something goes wrong and you need to start over.

Richard Arnold



Bill Janulin

modules missing from
(in response to Bill Janulin)
Lizette,
 Yes, thank you for the info. The issue I had was with the SDSNEXIT. Awhile back I had to reallocate a larger one and move modules into it because the original one was 100% full.
I modified my IVP job to point to it and it ran fine.
Thks, Bill J.




On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 9:49 AM, Lizette Koehler <[login to unmask email]> wrote:


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Just rename the new file to the original name.   Sometimes the default space size used by the installation process may not always be sufficient.  So if the dataset you have issues with is something like  DB2.RUNLIB – then create a new DB2.RUNLIB.NEW with larger allocation.  Copy DB2.RUNLIB to DB2.RUNLIB.NEW.  Then rename DB2.RUNLIB to DB2.RUNLIB.OLD and DB2.RUNLIB.NEW to DB2.RUNLIB        Lizette    From: william janulin [mailto:[login to unmask email]
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Subject: [DB2-L] - RE: modules missing from  Hi Richard,

  That module DSNTIAD is the only one that resides in the RUNLIB. I understand that a few on the IVP jobs need to be run to get the other modules in there. I am starting to do that. Currently, I am running into a SD37 abend on the SYSLMOD dataset in the linkdit step indicating that no secondary allocation was specified. I am going thought the ASMCL proc to see where the secondary allocation needs to be specified. The job involved is DSNTEJ1 and

the SYSLMOD dd statement is pointing to the SDSNEXIT dataset.



Bill J.  On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 9:23 AM, Richard Arnold <[login to unmask email]> wrote:  One option is to run step DSNTIAD from install job DSNTIJTM to assemble the module again, then bind the new package.  Another option is to find a working DSNTIAD from another DB2 instance, copy it into your RUNLIB and bind it.Make a backup before you do anything, in case something goes wrong and you need to start over.Richard Arnold  
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