A job ran that required REPLY and FAQS responded EOB causing the job to crash.
They see ASO IC $REPLY pid on the console and there is no message action defined for the partition or message.
Some of the sample commands call the $REPLY imod that will stack an EOB when the name of a static partition is entered on the console and enter is hit.
When a job that requires a reply runs in this partition it can trigger the stacked EOB response.
To avoid the unintentional stacking of replies disable the command that trigger the $reply imod.
Verify the name of the startup file your are using:
Locate the execution of GSFAQS utility in your ASI proc and find the startup file used.
// EXEC GSFAQS,SIZE=256K
STARTUP PRODVSE1 <- name listed here
Identify the name of the command file used.
To do this, enter the AO menu, select I then G and edit the startup file you are using.
You will see.
Message file ==> PRODVSE1 <===
Command file ==> PRODVSE1 <===
Press PF3 twice to get back to the main AO menu and select C Command Definitions.
FB N IMOD=$REPLY
F1 N IMOD=$REPLY
F2 N IMOD=$REPLY
DELETE the commands for the STATIC pids from the command file by placing an 'L' next to it and hitting enter.
Press PF6 to load the command file.