The ACFAD4694E message can be a result of the VMO OPTS ACCTVLD which defaults to FULL. CA-ACF2 VM is installed using Activator. The last Activator task, M9C0I032: Perform MAINT Tasks, is performed outside of Activator. Step 4 of this task is to generate the CP nucleus, IPL, and update the VMO records. With this first time IPL (with CA-ACF2 VM), reply NOAUTO to the ACF2 start up prompt:
ACFpgm000R Enter CA-ACF2 start options or press enter
Logon to the IPL'ed system using the "maintenance" logonid specified earlier in the install process (default is MAINT, recommended is CAIMAINT).
NOTE: This logonid is required to be in the VMXAOPTS FORCEID list and the NOAUTO list.
At this point you should be logged on with your "maintenance" logonid. Issue the command:
ACFSERVE ENABLE NOAUTO UPDATES
This command starts the service machine to allow updates to the ACF2 database. Note that only the user that issues this ACFSERVE command can actually use the ACF command to update the CA-ACF2 databases in NOAUTO mode.
If this is the first time you are installing CA-ACF2 (or migrating from a earlier release), review all of the VMO record options to determine the settings that you should use.