Re:Re: Mysterious occurrences of 0226 status code

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jan 22, 2009
DBAN and DB-Audit both find errors. The big puzzle here is how did the
chains get broken.

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On Behalf Of Chris Hoelscher
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2009 3:49 PM
Subject: Re: Mysterious occurrences of 0226 status code

not likely - but could the 0226 be on a calc set ?

my first thought is to run a DBAN (if this was already done my
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Re: Mysterious occurrences of 0226 status code
"Operations hasn't done a restore without your knowledge have they?

Happened to me a long time ago when we had DASD problems. We did a
restore from backup images, did the roll forward, backed up again,
tested and everything was OK. Went home 7AM Sunday morning. IDMS
stayed up and at 9 AM DASD took a hit again. The disk was fixed, and
operations restored the Disk from backup taken after the rollforward.
""We know/knew no-one was using the system so we just restored the disk.""
Right - people were on and we got hit with a number of broken chains.

If this were to happen at my current shop, your exact symptoms would
show up.

For what it's worth,


Richard Pierce
(617) 973-8911