You can see the space allocated for the Index and for the Data doing a browse of the CAPTURE file.
The first record in the capture file is the Pointer record and contains the number of cyls for the Index and for the Data.
The Layout of the Pointer Record in the index is documented in the page 153 of the Reports, Maintenance, and Recovery Guide
The Field INDXCYL (Position 15-16) contain the Number of index cylinders.
The Field DATACYL (Position 17-18) contain the Number of data cylinders.
For example. In A Capture file allocated with 200 CYLS and with 50 Cyls for the Index the first record will have:
The '32' in position 16 is the hex value of 50 that is the number of Cyls for the index.
The '96' in position 18 is the hex value of 150 that is the number of Cyls for the data.
Once you know the number of cyls used by the Index area in your capture you could use the PARM=xx in the PGM=GJTRVFMT of
the CAPMOVE to allocate a new capture with more space for the Index.
As always, please contact CA Technologies support for CA Jobtrac Job Management if you have further questions.