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VSAM overflow, error code 28. How to fix?

 
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vinodkumar.rao

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 5:56 pm    Post subject: VSAM overflow, error code 28. How to fix?
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Hi,

I have a VSAM file having the following definition:

DEFINE CLUSTER(NAME' DSNS '-
REUSE -
VOLUMES(' OVOLSER '))-
DATA(-
RECORDSIZE(9237 18327)-
KEYS(22 0)-
CISZ(30720)-
CYL(20 30))-
INDEX(-
CISZ(512))


This is allowing me to load a maximum of 1118400 records into it. When i try to load data of more than this, it gives me an overflow error as follows:

IDC3351I ** VSAM I/O RETURN CODE IS 28 - RPLFDBWD = X'2908001C'

Please suggest, what parameters need to be adjusted to load data of more than 2200000 records. I have tried with various options but in vain.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 6:08 pm    Post subject: Re: VSAM overflow, error code 28. How to fix?
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vinodkumar.rao wrote:
IDC3351I ** VSAM I/O RETURN CODE IS 28 - RPLFDBWD = X'2908001C'

http://publibz.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/iea1h351/14.546?SHELF=&DT=20001024055330&CASE=
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An error was encountered during virtual storage access method (VSAM) open, close, or action request processing, as indicated in the text of the message.
The return code, as follows:
For a Logical I/O Error
28
Data set cannot be extended because VSAM cannot allocate additional direct-access storage space. Either there is not enough space left to make the secondary allocation request, you attempted to increase the size of a data set while processing with SHROPT=4 and DISP=SHR, or the index CI is not large enough to hold the entire CA. This error could also be due to a data set trying to extend beyond 4GB on a system that does not support extended addressability.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 6:22 pm    Post subject: Re: VSAM overflow, error code 28. How to fix?
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Thanks a lot.

But I guess, this is already available from the quick view (QW). I am aware. Can i have a solution to this?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 6:33 pm    Post subject:
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Is there is enough space left to make the secondary allocation request?

Did you attempt to increase the size of a data set while processing with SHROPT=4 and DISP=SHR?

Is the index CI is large enough to hold the entire CA?

Are you trying to extend beyond 4GB on a system that does not support extended addressability?
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