M204.0441 CCATEMP full: [operation|pooltype]
The operation being performed required an extra page from CCATEMP, but there were no free pages available. CCATEMP is defined by the system manager, and it provides a set of work pages that are assigned on request to various users. If a request gets this message, it might be because some other user is holding a large number of CCATEMP pages.
The message specifies the operation being performed or the pooltype (section) of CCATEMP that was full.
operation can be one of:
- "USE PROCEDURE" COMMAND
- WHILE INITIALIZING SORT
- FOR FRV KEYS
- WHILE GENERATING RECORDS TO BE SORTED
- WHILE GENERATING ORDERED INDEX SORTED RECORDS
- WHILE PERFORMING SORT
pooltype can be one of:
- SMALL MODEL PAGE POOL
- SMALL MODEL PAGE POOL AND EXPANSION PAGE POOL
The current request is canceled.
If the operation was $BldProc or a USE PROC command, the temporary procedure that was being written is deleted, except for its very last CCATEMP page, which is retained for information purposes.
In some cases, the user is restarted, and if the user was in the process of updating any files, Model 204 marks them physically inconsistent.
CCATEMP pages below 64K are allocated from the small model pool. CCATEMP pages above 64K are allocated from the expansion area pool.
The pool type specified in the message indicates whether you exceeded the capacity of the small model pool or both the small model and expansion area pools.
Response: Notify your system manager.
System manager response: Recover the physically inconsistent files using one of the following procedures:
- ROLL BACK/ROLL FORWARD processing
- File reorganization procedure described in File reorganization and table compaction
- The RESTORE command for restoring previously dumped copies
This message is informational, but it indicates a need to increase the space allocation for CCATEMP. As the size of CCATEMP is fixed at initialization, it is necessary to bring down Model 204 to increase it.
|RETCODEO=60||Sets online return code|
|RETCODEB=60||Sets batch (single user) return code|
|CLASS=E||Error class; the message can be suppressed with the X'04' bit setting of the MSGCTL parameter|
|AUDITAD||Writes the message with line type AD to the audit trail|
|CANCEL||Cancels the user's request|
|NOCOUNT||Does not increment the error count (ERCNT) parameter|