Why am I getting the following TRACWARN message on my history file? *TRACWARN - DATACOM.R1102.HIS0161 AT 80% FULL IN 1 EXTENTS

Document ID : KB000055016
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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This message is issued when 80 percent of the primary extent is used for the file in the TRACWARN message. This means that your history file is too small or one of the tables in your history area is getting full. You can find out which table is causing the problem by entering the 'STATUS' top line command. In this case the statistics (HD0161_STT_TABLE) table is causing the warning message to be issued.

Area Name = HIS_AREA 80% FULL

DSN = DATACOM.R1102.HIS0161

Table Name = HD0161_HPT_TABLE

Record Length = 174 # Records = 0

Table Name = HD0161_AUD_TABLE

Record Length = 199 # Records = 4

Table Name = HD0161_HSM_TABLE

Record Length = 405 # Records = 66

Table Name = HD0161_IPL_TABLE

Record Length = 120 # Records = 0

Table Name = HD0161_STT_TABLE

Record Length = 2236 # Records = 3599

This table contains summary statistics that are gathered based on a Jobtrac parameter ' STATINTV' . This parameter can be adjusted to cut down on amount of stats to be collected. Information on this parameter can be found in the 'CA Jobtrac Planning and Implementation Guide', chapter 2. To delete these records you will need to run the GJTRJPRG utility with the STTDAYS parameter. Information on the GJTRJPRG utility can be found in the 'CA Jobtrac Reports, Maintenance and Utility Guide', chapter 3.

To reduce the number of statistics records created you can increase the value specified

In the CA Jobtrac parameter 'STATINTV'. This parameter can be adjusted to cut down on the number of statistic records created. Information on this parameter can be found in the 'CA jobtrac Planning and Implementation Guide', chapter 2. If it is determined that this file needs to be enlarged you can run the DBMOVE Utility which can be found in the Jobtrac SAMPJCL library. Information on this utility can be found in the 'CA Jobtrac Reports Maintenance and Utility Guide', chapter 5.