OPS3146S EMERGENCY PRODUCT SHUTDOWN STARTED - MAXIMUM COMMAND RATE EXCEEDED

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Question:

OPS3146S EMERGENCY PRODUCT SHUTDOWN STARTED - MAXIMUM COMMAND RATE EXCEEDED

was shown and SYSTEM was shutdown.

How do we avoid the shut down?

Answer:

It is effective to change the COMMANDMAX parameter regarding Parameter guide, Chapter 2.

 

For example ;

At OPSSPAxx

T = OPSPRM('SET' , 'COMMANDMAX' , '2000')

 

As TSO command

 TSO OP SET(COMMANDMAX) VALUE(2000)

Additional Information:

Please refer to  CA OPS/MVS® Event Management and Automation - 13.0.

 

https://docops.ca.com/coema130/reference-information/parameter-reference/parameters-in-ca-ops-mvs/command-related-parameters#Command-RelatedParameters-COMMANDMAXParameter

 

COMMANDMAX Parameter

This parameter dictates the maximum number of commands CA OPS/MVS can issue per second.

When this number equals the value of the COMMANDCURRENT counter, CA OPS/MVS terminates and issues message OPS3146S.

Setting the COMMANDMAX parameter to its maximum possible value prevents CA OPS/MVS from ever shutting down due to an excessive command rate.

 

  • Default value
    200
  • Other possible values
    Any number between 100 and 10000
  • Set or modify this parameter...
    Anytime

Example: COMMANDMAX

This function limits CA OPS/MVS to issuing 2000 commands.

OPSPRM('SET','COMMANDMAX','2000')