Re:Mysterious occurrences of 0226 status code

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jan 21, 2009
To all the experts,

We have had a particular batch program abend twice in the last three weeks with an 0226 status code. The program's purpose is to ERASE all the records (only one type, CALC, no sets) in the area, while calculating statistics from those records. In both instances, in the interest of getting batch processing done in a reasonable time, we reFORMATed the area, and did without the statistics.

Can anyone suggest any non-obvious reason how pointers in an area with one CALC record type and no sets defined might be getting corrupted? We have no production local mode update jobs in this application.

Gary Bryson
Database Administrator, SG Database Group Delta Dental/EDS Denti-Cal

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Re: Mysterious occurrences of 0226 status code
"I have had a similar problem when we switched from our main disks to our copy raid disks. They switched the disks during an update. After that we had some corrupted sets.

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