MIM0060A

Specify SHUTDOWN option: GLOBAL, LOCAL, DUMP, IGNORE, RSV, FREE, FORCE, WAIT
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Specify SHUTDOWN option: GLOBAL, LOCAL, DUMP, IGNORE, RSV, FREE, FORCE, WAIT
Reason:
You issued a STOP command to stop
CA MIM for z/OS
, and this message is asking you how you want
CA MIM for z/OS
to be stopped.
Action:
Reply by specifying one of these values:
  • GLOBAL
    CA MIM for z/OS
    should stop on all systems.
  • LOCAL
    CA MIM for z/OS
    should stop on the local system with a user abend code U1222 (if ABEND was specified on the SETOPTION MIM LOCALSTOP command).
  • IGNORE
    CA MIM for z/OS
    should discard the STOP request and continue execution.
  • DUMP
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    should stop on the local system with a user abend code U1122 and should request an abend dump.
  • RSV
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    should stop on the local system with a user abend code U1223 (if ABEND was specified on the SETOPTION MIM LOCALSTOP command). On other systems,
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    should unconditionally retain hardware reserves associated with RESERVE requests that GDIF is propagating.
  • FREE
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    should stop on the local system and remain in a freed state. FREE is similar to LOCAL, except that it prevents error messages from being issued on other systems.
  • FORCE
    In a VCF environment,
    CA MIM for z/OS
    should honor the STOP command, even if the system being requested to STOP is the current VCF MASTER system. Note that FORCE is ignored in a DASDONLY environment and if entered as a response, the STOP proceeds using the current SETOPTION MIM SHUTDOWN operand value specification.
  • WAIT
    Sets the status of the local system to a freed state (as if a 'FREE' sysid was issued on an external system), then places the system into a disabled wait state code ‘FFF’. Unlike SHUTDOWN FREE, this ensures complete integrity, because the local system does not continue processing. No abend dump is requested. If WAITSTATE=NEVER, SHUTDOWN WAIT command is equivalent to SHUTDOWN FREE.
    This option is required when MIMINIT keyword WAITSTATE set to anything other than NEVER.
If you enter an invalid response, then
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issues message MIM0092 and ignores the STOP command.