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XPEDITOR abend compiling a program - PCSIO 011-S

 
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niran_345

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:25 am    Post subject: XPEDITOR abend compiling a program - PCSIO 011-S
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Hi,

I was trying to compile a cobol program using COBOL 390 compiler.. I am getting the following error message,

PCSIO 011-S NO MORE DIRECTORY BLOCKS AVAILABLE ON DDIO FILE.
PCDRVR053-I ** ERRORS PROCESSING LISTING CM1452T3 DATED 02/17/2009 AT 12:42:57 ; LISTING NOT WRITTEN TO CWPDDIO.

When I searched in the web, I got the following explanation.

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Pxmmmm011-S No more directory blocks available on DDIO file.
• Explanation: A new member cannot be opened because the maximum REPTCOUNT has been reached and autodelete processing cannot find any members eligible for deletion.
• System Action: The listing is processed but is not written to the DDIO file.
• User Response: Resolve the file full condition or use another DDIO file. To resolve the file full condition, you may delete members from the current DDIO file or rebuild the current file with a larger REPTCOUNT value.

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Can anyone please help me out to resolve the problem? Or how to increase the REPTCOUNT?

Thank you very much

Niranjan
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Robert Sample

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 5:21 am    Post subject:
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IIRC, REPTCOUNT cannot be increased without running through the delete / define / reload process; depending on the original DDIO file definition, it may not be possible at all to increase the REPTCOUNT. A Compuware DDIO file must be processed using the Compuware utility programs, so I suggest you contact your site support people who handle Compuware. The other option you have is to delete some of the locked members in the DDIO file.

What this message is telling you is that all members of the DDIO file are locked (i.e., actively in use), and there's no space in the DDIO for your member. Your only other option would be to use a different DDIO file (assuming your site has one available) for your output listing.

Finally, be aware this error will prevent Abend Aid or Xpediter from being used with your program, but the actual compile and linkage edit (binder) may have completed without error, depending on your site JCL. The program may be executable, just not usable under Xpediter / Abend Aid.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 5:26 am    Post subject:
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DDIO files aren't compressible -- Compuware sadly misused some common terminology for their DDIO files (all of mine, for example, I define as VSAM files and they still talk about directory blocks ... sigh).
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 6:32 am    Post subject:
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Thank you Robert for your quick reply..

I have compiled the program without selecting the Expeditor option and it went fine. I will contact my site people to solve this issue.

Thanks again for your support.

Niranjan
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 8:09 am    Post subject:
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A temporary "quick" workaround is to have your coworkers delete any old, no longer needed, programs from the DDIO file. That will get you by until a more permanent solution is reached.
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