Transfer CFT messages: CFTC

This topic lists the CFTC (CFT xnnx) messages and provides the type, a description, consequence, and corrective actions when applicable.

Message format

Earlier versions of Transfer CFT used a different message format than the current version 3.1.3. The error messages displayed in this document use the former, or earlier version, format. If your system uses the CFTLOG parameter Format = V24, the log display is as shown below:

CFTXXX: fixed text message <variables>

Example

CFTLOG FORMAT=[V23,V24]

For V23: CFTT57I PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt &str transfer started

For V24: CFTT57I &str transfer started <IDTU=&idtu PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt>

Warning

CFTC01W CFT catalog storage is short n record(s) free 

Explanation

Catalog storage is short n record(s) free.

Consequence

The catalog is nearly full - there are only n records free. Consider modifications to free up space.

 

Error

CFTC01E CFT catalog storage is full  

Explanation

The catalog storage is full. A command SHUT FAST=KILL is executed.

Consequence

The stored commands can only be retrieved by restarting Transfer CFT. First purge the Transfer CFT catalog (and modify the retention dates, for example).

 

Warning message

CFTC03W: PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt _ Running out of time (HHMMSSCC)

Explanation

The transfer start time is outside the interval authorized by the &part partner.

Consequence

The next transfer retry will take place at the specified time [HHMMSSCC].

 

Warning

CFTC04W: PART=&part  IDF=&idf IDT=&idt _ State C delete forbidden

Explanation

A DELETE command was executed on a catalog request (in the C state), but this operation is not allowed.

Consequence

The catalog entry could not be deleted.

 

Warning

CFTC05W: PART=1part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt _ Delete failed

Explanation

A DELETE command was executed on a catalog request (in a state other than C or D), but it failed as a result of a catalog access error.

Consequence

The catalog entry could not be deleted.

The CFTT21E message may be displayed before this message.

 

Error

CFTC06E: PART=&part [IDF=&idf IDT=&idt _ Update failed

Explanation

A Transfer CFT catalog access error was detected when executing commands, such as END, START, ACT and INACT.

Consequence

The catalog entry was not updated and the command was ignored.

The CFTT21E message is displayed prior to this message.

 

Information

CFTC07I: PART=&part [IDF=&idf | IDM=&idm]IDT=&idt STATE=&state - Deleted

Explanation

A Transfer CFT catalog entry for partner &part, with identifier &idf, idt &idt and state &state, has been deleted.

 

Information CFTC08I: &str
Explanation

Possible values for &str are described here. The following messages are displayed when the catalog is purged on Transfer CFT startup, or at the time set for the daily purge. For example:

When there are no transfers to delete:

Purge Started
Purge catalog-size=1000 in-use=0 pre-filtered=0(0%)
Purge Treated: catalog empty
Purge deleted= n treated=n(d%) match=d%.
Purge Treated
Purge Treated: no record found to delete

When there are transfers to delete:

Catalog: Loading...
Catalog: Load Done
Catalog: Size=100, Used=8(8%)
Purge Started.
Purge catalog-size=100 in-use=8 pre-filtered=8(100)
Purge deleted=1 treated=1(12) match=100
Purge deleted=2 treated=2(25) match=100
….
Purge deleted=8 treated=8(100) match=100
Purge Treated.

When Transfer CFT starts:

If there are no transfers to delete:

Catalog: Loading...
Catalog: Load Done
Catalog: Size= &00, Used=0(0%)

If there are transfers to delete:

Catalog: Loading...
Catalog: Load Done
Catalog: Size=100, Used=8(8%)

If there is a problem with the catalog INIT:

Catalog: Recovering
Catalog: Recovery Done: n errors
Catalog Recovery: n transfers from C to D state

 

Information

CFTC09I: PART=&part IDF=&idf IDT=&idt STATE=&state DIRECT=&direct : &cmd not executed

Explanation

The security system does not allow the user to execute this command on the catalog.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

This message is followed by the CFTX02W and CFTX04W messages.

 

Information

CFTC10I: PART=&part IDF or IDM=&idf STATE=&state MODE=&mode : &cmd not executed

Explanation

The security system does not allow the user to execute this command on the catalog.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

This message is followed by the CFTX04W message.

 

Information

CFTC11I: PART=&part IDM=&idf IDT=&idt : SEND REPLY not executed

Explanation

The security system does not allow the user to execute this command on the catalog.

Consequence

The command is ignored.
Note: This message is followed by the CFTX01W message.

 

Information

CFTC12I: PART=&part STATE=&state DIRECT=&direct TYPE=&type SENTINEL_STATE=&trkstate Deleted

Explanation

This Transfer CFT message is displayed for each transfer that is deleted when the catalog is purged. Where:

  • &state = transfer status (C/D/H/K/T/X)
  • &direct = S (send) / R (recv)
  • &type = F (file) / M (message)
  • &trkstate = Sentinel state

Possible values are:

  • TO_EXECUTE
  • SUSPENDED
  • RECEIVING
  • SENDING
  • CANCELED
  • RECEIVED
  • SENT
  • CREATED
  • INTERRUPTED
  • ACKED
  • NACKED

Consequence

The command is ignored.

 

Information

CFTC13I: Catalog resize (xxxx --> yyyy) done

Explanation

A dynamic command to resize the catalog was executed. The first message displays the new size, and the second message indicates that the resizing (from the original size xxxx to the new size yyyy) is complete.

Consequence

The catalog automatically expands to the new size (the <yyyy> value) when possible, up to the maximum defined limit.

 

Error

CFTC13E: Transfer CFT catalog resize (xxxx --> yyyy) reached max before expansion

Explanation

A dynamic command to automatically expand the catalog failed, as the maximum number of records has already been reached. The catalog size remains unchanged (the <xxxx> value).

Consequence

Normal functioning with existing catalog size, and no catalog expansion occurs.

 

Information

CFTC15I: Deprecated command not executed BLKNUM=&blknum PART=&part IDT=&idt : Cmd=&cmd>

Explanation

Set the uconf parameter cft.cftcat.enable_deprecated_blknum=Yes to enable BLKNUM.

Note Regardless of the cft.cftcat.enable_deprecated_blknum parameter setting, BLKNUM is disabled in a multi-node configuration ( uconf:cft.multi_node.enable=Yes), and this message is displayed.

Consequence

The command is ignored.

 

Warning

CFTC29W Catalog Alert fill threshold reached: level=80%, id=CAT0

Explanation

80% of the catalog space has been used. 80% is the amount set by the CFTCAT TLVWARN parameter.

When the critical fill threshold is reached, a message is recorded in the Transfer CFT log.

A batch in response to the alert, the CFTCAT TLVWEXEC parameter, is submitted.

 

Warning

CFTC30WCatalog Alert cleared: level=30%, id=CAT0

Explanation

This alert stops when the fill level drops below the TLVCLEAR level.

When the alert stops, the message is recorded in the Transfer CFT log, and a batch, the CFTCAT TLVCEXEC parameter, is submitted.

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