There was some diagnostic code added to MIM at newer releases that causes a diagnostic SVC dump to capture a rare condition where a System is not marked as FREED in the DASD control file, but it is really freed looking at the DISPLAY SYSTEMS output command.
There should be no business impact other than the dump being generated.
So, looking at the DISPLAY SYSTEMS output, there should be some systems showing as FREED but in the control file they are not actually in the proper FREED status.
To prevent future diagnostic dumps next time CA MIM is started, the following MIM command should be entered:
where sys1,sys2 are the systems marked as FREED in the DISPLAY SYSTEMS output command.
The command only needs to be entered from one system of the MIMPLEX.
These Systems will still show as FREED in the DISPLAY SYSTEMS command output, so it will not look any different. However, the control file itself will have been updated correctly.
If, after this suggestion, the dump is still generated when task started and/or the task doesn’t work correctly after the dump, please open a Case with CA Support.