CA XCOM XCOMN0416E Error writing output file

Document ID : KB000025694
Last Modified Date : 24/08/2018
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How to resolve the error message XCOMN0416E Error writing output file: No such file or directory Sending Large Files



To resolve Manually:

In xcom.glb file on Windows set these parameter values 


 then Stop and start the xcomd service

To resolve From the Gui:

Select the Global Parameters Tab

Select the System Tab

At the bottom of this panel, set

  • Cache Read Size:    and
  • Cache Write Size:

to 0 and Select Update in the upper right 

and restart the Gui and xcomd.



Additional Information:
NOTE: The Commentary text inside xcom.glb tells for parameter CACHE_WRITE_SZ:
"Use to define write buffer for I/O operation. Minimum value is 1024 and Maximum value is 9999."
That is not correct, you can specify any value between 0 and 9999.
- A value of 0 is interpreted to use the old method of writing files without using Cache.

However, since there were problems with these buffers, we have changed the default  
values for these parameter to 0 to use the old method of writing files without using Cache: 

Please see documentation for Unix/LINUX under Default values for parameters. 
This release 11.6 SP1 changes the default values for these parameters 

Please see XCOM for Windows documentation: Miscellaneous changes - Default Values for Parameters 

As you can see the new values for these parameters are set to 0 in the latest release.