Transfer CFT messages: CFTN

This topic lists the CFTNxx (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>

Information

CFTN01I NET=&net started

Explanation

Startup of the network resource &net.

 

Information

CFTN02I NET=&net PROTOCOL=&prot started

Explanation

Startup of the protocol &prot associated with the &net network.

 

Error

CFTN03E : Error creating SSL task &str

Explanation

Problem with activating the CFTTSSL task. The error is specified by &str.

Consequence

The transfer is aborted.

Action

Contact the support team if necessary.

 

Error

CFTN04E : Synchronization error (&str) SSLTID=&pid  CR=&cr CS=&scs

Explanation

Problem with sending an internal Transfer CFT message to a CFTTSSL task.

 

Information

CFTN05I &message

Explanation

TCP/IP and connection dispatcher related information. The message contains the explanation of the information.

 

Error

CFTN05E &message

Explanation

A TCP/IP error related to file transfer operations or resource initialization was detected. The message contains the explanation of the error in plain text.

Consequence If the error occurs during the Transfer CFT initialization phase, this phase is stopped. Otherwise, if the error is related to a file transfer, this transfer will not proceed.
Action For an error occurring during the initialization phase, check the CFTNET definitions. For an error involving a file transfer, check the CFTPART definitions.

 

Warning

CFTN05W &message

Explanation

The same as CFTN05E, a TCP/IP related error, but the condition is considered less severe.

 

Warning

CFTN36W: TCPMAXUSER=&maxcnx reached. Network connect reject host=&host port=&port

Explanation

The maximum number of connections supported has been reached. An incoming connection from host &host port &port is rejected.

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