ca.portal.admin

Re:Re: CATSYS.DDLDCLOD full

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Sep 25, 2009
What I just discovered is



In order for CLOD to clean up the DDLCATLOD the 'DELETE DMCL LOAD MODULE'

must have been issued in OCF or BCF. I beleive that or a subesequent

generates of the same DMCL load module is what sets the LOADHDR-FLAG1-156

to logically deleted (didn't this used to be called LOADHDR-LDEL-156?)



There were also some old, unused DMCL's that I deleted along with their

load modules and my new DMCL compiled. No DDLCATLOD unload/reload

nesessary.



Tim





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Two things that can fill up CATSYS.DDLDCLOD:



1) Generating the same DMCL repeatedly. You can clear this up by doing a

CLOD against the area.



2) Generating several different DMCL's. Once the load modules have been

punched, you can delete the object modules from CATSYS.DDLDCLOD with the

following command:



DEL DMCL LOAD MODULE dmclname ;

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