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IBM WebSphere MQ Common AMQXXXX Error’s

Here in this post we are listing the common errors that the IBM MQ gives and it root cause ,solutions are provided.

  • AMQ6004S
    An error occurred during IBM MQ initialization or ending.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    An error was detected during initialization or ending of MQ. The MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier, and to save the generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6005E (IBM i)
    An error occurred during IBM MQ startup.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to start the storage monitor process (job QMQM in subsystem QSYSWRK) was unsuccessful.

    Response
    Check the joblog for this job and for the QMQM job for possible reasons for failure, correct the error and try the command again. If the problem is not resolved, a problem may have been logged. Use WRKPRB to record the problem identifier, and to save the QPSRVDMP, QPJOBLOG, and QPDSPJOB files. Save any generated output files and use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6007S
    IBM MQ has not been initialized.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    The MQ command cannot continue processing because it is not in an initialized state.

    Response
    Refer to previous messages issued by the command, the MQ error logs or any FFST files for further details.

  • AMQ6015E
    The operating system is either too busy or has insufficient resources to complete a system request.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    A system request <insert_3> was rejected by the operating system with return code <insert_1>. IBM MQ retried the request, but it continued to fail. This failure may indicate that the operating system is either too busy or has insufficient resources to complete the request.

    Response
    Investigate whether the system is constrained by the workload on this system or by the workload on a server that it is using, and reduce the workload.

  • AMQ6024E
    Insufficient resources are available to complete a system request.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    A system request was rejected by the operating system because insufficient resources are available to complete the request. Use any previous FFSTs, error log messages or, on Windows, system event log messages, to determine which resource is insufficient.

    Response
    Investigate whether the system has been configured in accordance with the documentation and increase the necessary resource to allow the system request to complete successfully.

  • AMQ6025E
    Program not found.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to start program <insert_3> because it was not found.

    Response
    Check the program name is correctly specified and rerun the program.

  • AMQ6026E
    A resource shortage prevented the creation of a IBM MQ process.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to create an MQ process was rejected by the operating system due to a process limit (either the number of processes for each user or the total number of processes running system wide), or because the system does not have the resources necessary to create another process.

    Response
    Investigate whether a process limit is preventing the creation of the process and if so why the system is constrained in this way. Consider raising this limit or reducing the workload on the system.

  • AMQ6037E
    IBM MQ was unable to obtain enough storage.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The product is unable to obtain enough storage. The product’s error recording routine may have been called.

    Response
    Stop the product and restart it. If this does not resolve the problem see if a problem has been recorded. If a problem has been recorded, use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6047E
    Conversion not supported.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data tagged in CCSID <insert_1> to data in CCSID <insert_2>.

    Response
    Check the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications to see if the CCSIDs are supported by the system.

  • AMQ6047E (AIX)
    Conversion not supported.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data tagged in CCSID <insert_1> to data in CCSID <insert_2>.

    Response
    Check the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications to see if the CCSIDs are supported by the system. 
  • If at least one of the CCSIDs is a Unicode CCSID then check that the bos.iconv.ucs.* operating system filesets have been installed on the system.

  • AMQ6048E
    DBCS error

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data due to a DBCS error. Conversion is from CCSID <insert_1> to CCSID <insert_2>.

    Response
    Check the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications to see if the CCSIDs are supported by the system.

  • AMQ6049E
    DBCS-only string not valid.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data in CCSID <insert_1> to data in CCSID <insert_2>. Message descriptor data must be in single-byte form. CCSID <insert_2> is a DBCS-only CCSID.

    Response
    Check the CCSID of our job or system and change it to one supporting SBCS or mixed character sets. Refer to the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications for character sets and CCSIDs supported.

  • AMQ6050E
    CCSID error.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data in CCSID <insert_1> to data in CCSID <insert_2>.

    Response
    Check the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications to see if the CCSIDs are supported by the system.

  • AMQ6051E
    Conversion length error.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data in CCSID <insert_1> to data in CCSID <insert_2>, due to an input length error.

  • AMQ6052E
    CCSID <insert_1> could not be converted to locale CCSID <insert_2>.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ could not convert CCSID <insert_1> characters to the locale CCSID <insert_2>. The <insert_2> CCSID was obtained from the locale. You will need to run this program from an environment in which the locale is altered to give a character set that can be converted to/from CCSID <insert_1>.

    Response
    On Windows, we can use the chcp command to change the codepage in the command prompt where we are running. On Linux, UNIX or IBM i platforms, we can use the LANG environment variable.

  • AMQ6053E
    CCSID error

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data in CCSID <insert_1> to data in CCSID <insert_2>.

    Response
    One of the CCSIDs is not supported by the system. Check the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications to see if the CCSIDs are supported by the system.

  • AMQ6064S
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save the generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6089E (IBM i)
    IBM MQ was unable to display an error message.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to display an error message was unsuccessful. This may be because the AMQMSG message file could not be found. The message identifier is <insert_3>.

    Response
    Check that the library list is set up correctly to access the AMQMSG message file. If a change is necessary, rerun the failing application and record the error message. If we are unable to resolve the problem, save any generated output files and use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center.

  • AMQ6090I
    IBM MQ was unable to display an error message <insert_6>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    MQ has attempted to display the message associated with return code hexadecimal <insert_6>. The return code indicates that there is no message text associated with the message. Associated with the request are inserts <insert_1> : <insert_2> : <insert_3> : <insert_4> : <insert_5>.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6091I
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    Private memory has detected an error, and is abending due to <insert_3>. The error data is <insert_1>.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6092I (Windows)
    Manual conversion required for CCSID: <insert_1>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    CCSID <insert_1> exists in new format but could not be reconciled against your old format.

    Response
    Manually edit CCSID entry <insert_1> in conv\table\ccsid.tbl if you wish to retain your old conversion. For assistance call your Service Representative.

  • AMQ6103E (IBM i)
    IBM MQ job submission error.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to submit job <insert_3>.

  • AMQ6107S
    CCSID not supported.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data in CCSID <insert_1> to data in CCSID <insert_2>, because one of the CCSIDs is not recognized.

    Response
    Check the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications to see if the CCSIDs are supported by the system.

  • AMQ6109S
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6110S
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6112W (IBM i)
    IBM MQ CCSID <insert_1> is using a default value.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    When initializing IBM MQ, no valid job CCSID was found, so the CCSID used is the default 37. This warning message will be issued until a valid CCSID has been set correctly.

    Response
    Set the job CCSID.

  • AMQ6114E (IBM i)
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use WRKPRB to record the problem identifier, and to save the QPSRVDMP, QPJOBLOG, and QPDSPJOB files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6115W
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6118S
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred (<insert_1>)

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6119S
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred (<insert_3>)

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    MQ detected an unexpected error when calling the operating system. The MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6120E
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6121E
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    MQ has detected a parameter count of <insert_1> that is not valid. Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6122E
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    MQ has detected parameter <insert_1> that is not valid, having value <insert_2><insert_3>. Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6125E
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An internal error has occurred with identifier <insert_1>. This message is issued in association with other messages.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6134I (IBM i)
    Trace continues in buffer

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6135I (IBM i)
    Stopping early trace

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6136I (IBM i)
    Stopping early trace <insert_3> system time

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6137I (IBM i)
    Resuming MQI trace

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6138I (IBM i)
    Resuming MQI trace <insert_3> system time

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6139I (IBM i)
    Stopping MQI trace

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6140I (IBM i)
    Stopping MQI trace <insert_3> system time

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6141I (IBM i)
    Starting MQI trace

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6142I (IBM i)
    Starting MQI trace <insert_3> system time

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6143I (IBM i)
    IBM MQ function stack

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6144I (IBM i)
    No stack available

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6145I (IBM i)
    Terminating MQI trace

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6146I (IBM i)
    Entering end job processing

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6147I (IBM i)
    Terminating MQI trace <insert_3> system time

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6148I
    An unexpected I/O error has occurred

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    An unexpected error was reported by the operating system whilst reading or writing data. The cause of this error cannot be determined by IBM MQ and an FFST has been produced. Check the logs for both MQ and the operating system for further information. If this error has occurred whilst accessing a filesystem, use operating system tools to check and if appropriate correct the integrity of the filesystem. If the I/O error has occurred for a networked filesystem, for example NFSv4, check that both client and server meet the minimum requirements required by IBM MQ and that they have the latest level of service applied.

  • AMQ6150E (IBM i)
    IBM MQ resource <insert_3> busy.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    MQ was unable to access an MQ object within the normal timeout period of <insert_1> minutes.

    Response
    MQ will continue to wait for access. Ensure that all jobs using MQ are released. If the situation persists, quiesce the queue manager.

  • AMQ6150W (Windows)
    IBM MQ semaphore is busy.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    IBM MQ was unable to acquire a semaphore within the normal timeout period of <insert_1> minutes.

    Response
    MQ will continue to wait for access. If the situation does not resolve itself and you suspect that the system is locked then investigate the process which owns the semaphore. The PID of this process will be documented in the accompanying FFST.

  • AMQ6151E (IBM i)
    IBM MQ resource <insert_3> released.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An MQ resource, for which another process has been waiting, for a period of over <insert_1> minutes has been released.

    Response
    No recovery is needed.

  • AMQ6152E (IBM i)
    IBM MQ failed to end commitment control while attempting to quiesce a queue manager.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ failed to end commitment control whilst quiescing queue manager <insert_3>.

    Response
    There are one or more active resources under commitment control. Use the Work with Job (WRKJOB) command with the OPTION(*CMTCTL) parameter to display the active resources under commitment control. Check the job log for previously issued messages.

  • AMQ6153E (IBM i)
    The attempt to quiesce queue manager <insert_3> failed

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    The attempt to quiesce queue manager <insert_3> was unsuccessful

    Response
    Check the job log for previously issued messages. If the quiesce was issued with the *CNTRLD option, re-issue the command with the *IMMED option. If a low TIMEOUT retry delay was used, re-issue the request with a higher value.

  • AMQ6154I (IBM i)
    Queue manager <insert_3> has been quiesced.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The queue manager has been successfully quiesced.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6158E (IBM i)
    SBCS CCSID not found.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to find an SBCS CCSID which corresponds to mixed DBCS-SBCS CCSID <insert_1>.

    Response
    Check the CCSID of our job or system and check it has a SBCS equivalent. Refer to the National Language Support Planning Guide for character sets and CCSIDs supported. If the CCSID used does have an SBCS equivalent, save the job log containing this message and use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center.

  • AMQ6159E (IBM i)
    IBM MQ job submission error.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ for IBM i is unable to release job <insert_3>.

    Response
    Contact you System Administrator to remove job <insert_3>. Ensure you have *JOBCTL authority and try again.

  • AMQ6160I
    EXPLANATION:

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6161I
    ACTION:

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6162E
    An error has occurred reading an INI file.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has occurred when reading the MQS.INI file or a queue manager QM.INI file.

    Response
    If we have been changing the INI file content check and correct the change. If we have not changed the INI file, use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6162E (Windows)
    An error occurred when reading the configuration data.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has occurred when reading the configuration data.

    Response
    If we have changed the configuration data, check and correct the change. If we have not changed the configuration data, use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier, and to save the generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6163W
    An error has occurred locking an INI file.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An error has occurred locking the MQS.INI file or a queue manager QM.INI file.

    Response
    If we have been changing the INI file permissions check and correct the change. If we have not changed the INI file, use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6163W (Windows)
    An error has occurred locking the configuration data.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An error has occurred locking the configuration data.

    Response
    If we have changed the the registry permissions, check and correct the change. If we have not changed the registry, use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier, and to save the generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6164W
    An expected stanza in an INI file is missing or contains errors.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An expected stanza is missing from the MQS.INI file or a queue manager QM.INI file or the stanza contains errors.

    Response
    If we have been changing the INI file content check and correct the change.

  • AMQ6164W (Windows)
    An expected stanza in the configuration data is missing or contains errors.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An expected stanza is missing from the configuration data or the stanza contains errors.

    Response
    If we have changed the configuration data, check and correct the change.

  • AMQ6165W
    Permission denied attempting to access an INI file.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Access to the MQS.INI file or a queue manager QM.INI file is denied.

    Response
    If we have been changing the INI file permissions check and correct the change.

  • AMQ6165W (Windows)
    Unable to access the configuration data.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Access to the configuration data is denied.

    Response
    If we have changed the configuration data permissions, check and correct the changes.

  • AMQ6166E
    An INI file is missing.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The MQS.INI file or a queue manager QM.INI file is missing.

    Response
    If we have been changing the INI file recover the previous file and retry the operation.

  • AMQ6166E (Windows)
    An entry in the configuration data is missing.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    A required entry in the configuration data is missing.

    Response
    If we have changed the configuration data, recover the previous configuration data and retry the operation.

  • AMQ6172E
    No codeset found for current locale.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    No codeset could be determined for the current locale. Check that the locale in use is supported.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6173E
    No CCSID found for codeset <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    Codeset <insert_3>. has no supported CCSID. Check that the locale in use is supported. CCSIDs can be added by updating the file <insert_4>.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6174I
    The library <insert_3> could not be loaded.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The dynamically loadable library <insert_3> could not be loaded. Possible reasons for the error: 
  • (a) Library is not present in the specified path. 
  • (b) Library is present but the architecture of the library does not match the process’s architecture which is <insert_5> bit. 
  • (c) Library is present but it has a dependency on other libraries which are not present in the same directory.

    Response
    Check that the file exists and is either fully qualified or is in the appropriate directory. Check the architecture of the library and process match. Also check if the library has dependency on any other libraries.

  • AMQ6174I (IBM i)
    The library could not be loaded.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The dynamically loadable file <insert_3> could not be loaded.

    Response
    Check that the file exists and is either fully qualified or is in the appropriate library.

  • AMQ6174I (UNIX and Linux)
    The dynamically loadable shared library <insert_3> could not be loaded. The system returned error number <insert_2> and error message <insert_4>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> could not be loaded.

    Response
    Check that the file exists, and is either fully qualified or is in the appropriate director, also check the file access permissions.

  • AMQ6175E (AIX)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3>. The system returned error number <insert_2> and error message <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to AIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load correctly due to a problem with the library.

    Response
    Check the file access permissions and that the file has not been corrupted.

  • AMQ6175E (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3>. The system returned error message <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load correctly due to a problem with the library.

    Response
    Check the file access permissions and that the file has not been corrupted.

  • AMQ6175E (Windows)
    The system could not dynamically load the library <insert_3>. The system returned error message <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems only. The dynamically loadable file <insert_3> failed to load correctly due to an internal error. The MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Check that the file has not been corrupted then use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier, and to save the generated output files. Use either the IBM MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6177E (Windows)
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Details of the error have been stored at <insert_3>. A synopsis is given in the data section below. Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier, and to save the generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6179E
    The system could not find symbol <insert_5> in the dynamically loaded library <insert_3>. The system returned error number <insert_2> and error message <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The library <insert_3> does not contain symbol <insert_5> or it has not been exported.

    Response
    Check that symbol name <insert_5> is correct and has been exported from the library.

  • AMQ6179E (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not find the symbol <insert_5> in the dynamically loaded shared library <insert_3>. The system returned error message <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> does not contain symbol <insert_5> or it has not been exported.

    Response
    Check that symbol name <insert_5> is correct and has been exported from the library.

  • AMQ6180E (Windows)
    Default conversion not supported.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data tagged in CCSID <insert_1> to data in CCSID <insert_2>.

    Response
    Check the default CCSIDs specified in the ccsid.tbl file and make sure that conversion is supported between these CCSIDs.

  • AMQ6182E
    Error found in line <insert_1> of <insert_4>

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    Line <insert_1> of <insert_4> contains an error. The content of the line is <insert_3>. Processing continues but the line in error is ignored.

    Response
    Correct the line and rerun the program or command giving this message.

  • AMQ6183W
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the IBM MQ error recording routine has been called. The failing process is process <insert_1>.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6183W (HP NSS)
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the IBM MQ error recording routine has been called. The failing process is process <insert_4>.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6184W
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred on queue manager <insert_3>.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the IBM MQ error recording routine has been called. The failing process is process <insert_1>.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6184W (HP NSS)
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred on queue manager <insert_3>.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the IBM MQ error recording routine has been called. The failing process is process <insert_4>.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6184W (IBM i)
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An internal MQ error has occurred on queue manager <insert_3> and the MQ error recording routine has been called. The failing process is process <insert_1>.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6187E
    User is not authorized for RestrictedMode queue manager.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    All users must be in the RestrictedMode application_group.

  • AMQ6188E (AIX)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3> as the entry point to the library, symbol ‘MQStart’, could not be located within the library. The queue manager will continue without this library.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to AIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load correctly due to a problem with the library.

    Response
    Check that the entry point to the library, symbol ‘MQStart’, exists and has been exported from the library.

  • AMQ6188E (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3> as the entry point to the library, symbol ‘MQStart’, could not be located within the library. The system returned error message <insert_4>. The queue manager will continue without this library.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load correctly due to a problem with the library.

    Response
    Check that the entry point to the library, symbol ‘MQStart’, exists and has been exported from the library.

  • AMQ6188E (Windows)
    The system could not dynamically load the library <insert_3> due to a problem with the dll. The errno was <insert_2>. The queue manager will continue without this module.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems only. The dynamically loadable file <insert_3> failed to load correctly due to a problem with the dll.

    Response
    Check that the dll is in the correct place with the correct file permissions etc. and has not been corrupted.

  • AMQ6190E (Windows)
    Program <insert_3> not found.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    The program <insert_3> cannot be found.

    Response
    Check that the program specified is available on the system. If the program name is not fully qualified, ensure that the PATH environment variable includes the directory where the program is located.

  • AMQ6191E (Windows)
    Program <insert_3> failed to start, return code <insert_1>.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    The program <insert_3> was invoked, but failed to start. The failure reason code is <insert_1>.

    Response
    Check that the program specified is available on the system, and that sufficient system resources are available. Where applicable, verify that the user is authorized to run the program.

  • AMQ6192I (Windows)
    IBM IBM MQ Utilities

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6193E (Windows)
    The registry entry <insert_3> was not found.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ for Windows sets the registry entry <insert_3> when the product is installed, but the entry is now missing.

    Response
    If the registry has been edited, restore the previous version. If the product is newly installed, check whether the installation was successful, and reinstall the product if necessary.

  • AMQ6196E
    An error has occurred whilst processing a temporary INI file <insert_3>

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has occurred when creating a backup of an INI file. The backup file <insert_4> already exists

    Response
    You may have created a backup of the INI file with the name <insert_4>, or an earlier operation may have failed. Move or delete the file <insert_4> and reattempt the operation. If we have not changed the INI file, use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6207E (AIX)
    Failed to attach shared memory segment as Segment table is Full.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has attempted to attach a memory segment but was unable to do so because all available segment areas are in use. 32 bit programs on AIX may attach up to a maximum of 10 shared memory segments. If the application has modified the data area layout, for example by reserving more of the address space for the program heap, this maximum number may be further reduced.

    Response
    Examine the needs of the application to see if the number of attached segments can be reduced. Alternatively by building the application as a 64bit program the limit of 10 shared memory segments is removed.

  • AMQ6208I
    <insert_3>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    <insert_4>

    Response
    <insert_5>

  • AMQ6209W
    An unexpected asynchronous signal (<insert_1> : <insert_3>) has been received and ignored.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Process <insert_2> received an unexpected asynchronous signal and ignored it. This has not caused an error but the source of the signal should be determined as it is likely that the signal has been generated externally to IBM MQ.

    Response
    Determine the source of the signal and prevent it from re-occurring.

  • AMQ6212E
    Failed to load Library <insert_3> as C++ environment is not initialised.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to load the identified C++ shared library. However, the attempt failed because the C++ environment has not been initialized for the current process.

    Response
    Ensure the application is linked with the appropriate C++ runtime environment.

  • AMQ6218E (AIX)
    EXTSHM variable detected with unrecognised value <insert_3> and has been reset to <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    Processes that access the internal queue manager control blocks must use the AIX Extended Shared Memory model, and while one such process was starting, IBM MQ detected that the EXTSHM variable was set but did not contain an appropriate value. This value has been reset and the process will continue with the new setting.

    Response
    No further action is required. To prevent this message being issued in future, correct the value of the EXTSHM variable in the environment.

  • AMQ6230W
    Message <insert_3> suppressed <insert_1> times in the last <insert_4> seconds.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Message <insert_3> was issued <insert_2> times in the last <insert_4> seconds but only the first instance of the message was written to the log. The suppressed messages may have included differing message arguments.

    Response
    If you wish to see all occurrences of this message we should alter the definition of the SuppressMessage attribute in the queue manager configuration.

  • AMQ6231I (HP NSS)
    Usage: amqicdir <insert_-s> [-a] [-f] [-i]

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    An incorrect option was specified on the command line for the command. 
  • s Check SYSTEM directories 
  • a Check all directories 
  • f Fix errors 
  • i Run install-time checking

    Response
    Reissue the command specifying the correct parameters.

  • AMQ6231I (Windows)
    Usage: amqicdir <insert_-a | -i | -m QMgrName | -s> [-f] 
  • -a Check all directories. 
  • -f Fix errors. 
  • -i Run install-time checking. 
  • -m Check directories for the specified queue manager. 
  • -s Check the system-wide directories.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6232E (UNIX and Linux)
    Operate System userid <insert_3> not found.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    A request was made to the operating system to lookup the details of the identified userid but the request failed.

    Response
    Using the operating system supplied tools check for the existence of the identified userid, and if missing then recreate it.

  • AMQ6233E (UNIX and Linux)
    Operate System authorisation group <insert_3> not found.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    A request was made to the operating system to lookup the details of the identified group but the request failed.

    Response
    Using the operating system supplied tools check for the existence of the identified group, and if missing then recreate it.

  • AMQ6234E (Windows)
    Unknown queue manager name specified.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An invalid queue manager name <insert_3> was specified in the parameters to the command.

    Response
    Reissue the command specifying a valid queue manager name.

  • AMQ6235E (UNIX and Linux)
    Directory <insert_3> missing.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The identified directory is missing.

    Response
    Reissue the command selecting the option to create missing directories.

  • AMQ6235E (Windows)
    Directory <insert_3> missing.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The identified directory is missing.

    Response
    Reissue the command selecting the option to create missing directories.

  • AMQ6236E (UNIX and Linux)
    Missing directory <insert_3> has been created.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The identified directory was missing but has been created.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6236E (Windows)
    Missing directory <insert_3> has been created.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The identified directory was missing but has been created.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6237E (UNIX and Linux)
    File <insert_3> missing.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The identified file is missing.

    Response
    Reissue the command selecting the option to create missing files.

  • AMQ6237E (Windows)
    File <insert_3> missing.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The identified file is missing.

    Response
    Reissue the command selecting the option to create missing files.

  • AMQ6238E (UNIX and Linux)
    Missing file <insert_3> has been created.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The identified file was missing but has been created.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6239E (UNIX and Linux)
    Permission denied attempting to access filesystem location <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to query the filesystem object identified failed because the command issued did not have authority to access the object.

    Response
    Check the authority on the object and of the user executing the command and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6239E (Windows)
    Permission denied attempting to access filesystem location <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to query the filesystem object identified failed because the command issued did not have authority to access the object.

    Response
    Check the authority on the object and of the user executing the command and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6240E (UNIX and Linux)
    We must be an operating system superuser to run this command.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    In order to run this command we must be logged on as a user with superuser privileges.

    Response
    Log in as an appropriate user and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6240E (Windows)
    We must be an operating system administrator to run this command.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    In order to run this command we must be logged on as a user with administrative privileges.

    Response
    Log in as an appropriate user and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6241W (UNIX and Linux)
    The filesystem object <insert_3> is a symbolic link.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    While checking the filesystem, an object was found which is a symbolic link.

    Response
    This is not an error however we should verify that the symbolic link is expected and that the destination of the symbolic link is correct.

  • AMQ6242E (UNIX and Linux)
    Incorrect ownership for <insert_3>. Current(<insert_1>) Expected(<insert_2>)

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The filesystem object <insert_3> is owned by the user with uid <insert_1> when it was expected to be owned by the user with uid <insert_2>.

    Response
    Correct the ownership using operating system commands or reissue the command selecting the option to fix the incorrect ownership.

  • AMQ6243E (UNIX and Linux)
    Incorrect group ownership for <insert_3>. Current(<insert_1>) Expected(<insert_2>)

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The filesystem object <insert_3> is owned by the group with gid <insert_1> when it was expected to be owned by the group with gid <insert_2>.

    Response
    Correct the ownership using operating system commands or reissue the command selecting the option to fix the incorrect ownership.

  • AMQ6244E (UNIX and Linux)
    Incorrect permissions on object <insert_3>. Current(<insert_4>) Expected(<insert_5>)

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The filesystem object <insert_3> has the wrong file permissions.

    Response
    Correct the ownership using operating system commands or reissue the command selecting the option to fix the incorrect ownership.

  • AMQ6245E (UNIX and Linux)
    Error executing system call <insert_3> on file <insert_4> error <insert_2>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The execution of the system call <insert_3> on file <insert_4> failed and the error code <insert_2> was returned.

    Response
    Investigate the cause of the failure using the operating system error code <insert_1> and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6245E (Windows)
    Error executing system call <insert_3> on <insert_4> error <insert_2>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The execution of the system call <insert_3> on <insert_4> failed and the error code <insert_2> was returned.

    Response
    Investigate the cause of the failure using the operating system error code <insert_1> and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6251E (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3>. The queue manager will continue without this module.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit library, a <insert_2>-bit library is required. Note that MQ tried to find a <insert_2>-bit library named either <insert_4> or <insert_5>, but failed. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit library.

  • AMQ6251E (Windows)
    The system could not dynamically load the DLL <insert_3>. The queue manager will continue without this module.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems. The DLL <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit DLL, a <insert_2>-bit DLL is required. Note that MQ tried to find a <insert_2>-bit DLL named either <insert_4> or <insert_5>, but failed. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit DLL.

  • AMQ6252E (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit library, a <insert_2>-bit library is required. Note that MQ found and loaded a <insert_2>-bit library named <insert_4> however this also failed to load with the system returning error message <insert_5>. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit library.

  • AMQ6252E (Windows)
    The system could not dynamically load the DLL <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems. The DLL <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit DLL, a <insert_2>-bit DLL is required. Note that MQ found and loaded a <insert_2>-bit DLL named <insert_4> however this also failed to load with the system returning error message <insert_5>. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit DLL.

  • AMQ6253E (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit library, a <insert_2>-bit library is required. Note that MQ attempted to locate and load a <insert_2>-bit library named either of these: <insert_4>. The first library failed to load as it also is probably a <insert_1>-bit library, the second library is a <insert_2>-bit library, however this also failed to load with the system returning error message <insert_5>. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit library.

  • AMQ6253E (Windows)
    The system could not dynamically load the DLL <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems. The DLL <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit DLL, a <insert_2>-bit DLL is required. Note that MQ attempted to locate and load a <insert_2>-bit DLL named either of these: <insert_4>. The first DLL failed to load as it also is probably a <insert_1>-bit DLL, the second DLL is a <insert_2>-bit DLL, however this also failed to load with the system returning error message <insert_5>. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit DLL.

  • AMQ6254I (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3>, library <insert_4> has been used instead.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit library, a <insert_2>-bit library is required. Note that MQ has sucessfully located and loaded a <insert_2>-bit library named <insert_4>.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit library or put the library (alternatively a symbolic link can be used) in the appropriate place: 32-bit libraries in the ExitsDefaultPath; 64-bit libraries in the ExitsDefaultPath64.

  • AMQ6254I (Windows)
    The system could not dynamically load the DLL <insert_3>, DLL <insert_4> has been used instead.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems. The DLL <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit DLL, a <insert_2>-bit DLL is required. Note that MQ has sucessfully located and loaded a <insert_2>-bit DLL named <insert_4>.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit DLL or put the DLL in the appropriate place: 32-bit libraries in the ExitsDefaultPath; 64-bit libraries in the ExitsDefaultPath64.

  • AMQ6255E (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit library, a <insert_2>-bit library is required. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit library.

  • AMQ6255E (Windows)
    The system could not dynamically load the DLL <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems. The DLL<insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit DLL, a <insert_2>-bit DLL is required. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit DLL.

  • AMQ6256E (UNIX and Linux)
    The system could not dynamically load the shared library <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. The shared library <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit library, a <insert_2>-bit library is required. Note that MQ tried to find a <insert_2>-bit library named <insert_4>, but failed. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit library.

  • AMQ6256E (Windows)
    The system could not dynamically load the DLL <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems. The DLL <insert_3> failed to load as it is probably a <insert_1>-bit DLL, a <insert_2>-bit DLL is required. Note that MQ tried to find a <insert_2>-bit DLL named <insert_4>, but failed. The following message gives details of the original failure.

    Response
    Supply the name of a <insert_2>-bit DLL.

  • AMQ6257I
    Message suppression enabled for message numbers (<insert_3>).

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The message contains a list of message numbers for service <insert_4> from the configuration file <insert_5>, for which entries repeated within the <insert_1> suppression interval will be suppressed.

    Response
    If you wish to see all occurrences of these messages we should alter the definition of the SuppressMessage attribute in the queue manager configuration.

  • AMQ6258I
    Message exclusion enabled for message numbers (<insert_3>).

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The message contains a list of message numbers which have been excluded by service <insert_4> from the configuration file <insert_5>. Requests to write these messages to the error log will be discarded.

    Response
    If you wish to see instances of these messages we should alter the definition of the ExcludeMessage attribute in the queue manager configuration.

  • AMQ6259W
    Message <insert_3> cannot be <insert_4>.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Message <insert_3> cannot be excluded or suppressed but was specified in the ExcludeMessage or SuppressMessage configuration for the queue manager. The queue manager will continue however the request to suppress or exclude this message will be ignored.

    Response
    Update the queue manager configuration to remove the specified message identifier.

  • AMQ6260W
    Help Topic not found

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    The requested help topic could not be located.
  • For further assistance, please refer to the IBM MQ manuals.

    Response
    Ensure that the IBM MQ documentation is installed.

  • AMQ6261E (UNIX and Linux)
    An exception occurred trying to dynamically load shared library <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to UNIX systems. Exception number <insert_1> name <insert_4>, occurred trying to dynamically load shared library <insert_3>.

    Response
    Check the shared library has not been corrupted. If the shared library contains any initializer functions, ensure these are not causing the problem and that they conform to the expected function prototype.

  • AMQ6261E (Windows)
    An exception occurred trying to load DLL <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message applies to Windows systems only. Exception number <insert_1> error <insert_4>, occurred trying to load DLL <insert_3>.

    Response
    Check the DLL has not been corrupted. If the DLL contains any initializer functions, ensure these are not causing the problem and that they conform to the expected function prototype.

  • AMQ6263E
    Usage: dspmqras [-t CollectionType ]

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6266S (Windows)
    Error <insert_1> occurred accessing shared trace data, <insert_3>

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    The MQ common services module needs to access an area of named shared memory so that various functions, including trace, can be co-ordinated between all processes on a machine or session.
  • For a server install, this area should have been created by the MQ services process (amqsvc.exe) and is thus shared globally, on a client-only install, or where the MQ services are not running, it should be created for this session only.
  • This failure implies that the named shared memory (normally mqm.SHRSEG.0) has been created by another process on the system in such a way that access to it from MQ processes is denied.

    Response
    Investigate which process on the machine has created the named shared memory and, if it is an MQ process or MQ application investigate why the permissions have been set to disallow others to connect.
  • If the process that created this area is not related to MQ, investigate why it has created this specifically named area.

  • AMQ6271E
    Detected 64-bit JVM, but not using a suitable adapter

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    The specified adapter <insert_1> is not compatible with 64-bit operation

    Response
    Either specify an appropriate adapter with the com.ibm.mq.adapter system property, or do not use the property

  • AMQ6272E
    com.ibm.mq.adapter set to <insert_0>, which is invalid

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    The adapter is not valid in this environment

    Response
    Set the com.ibm.mq.adapter to a valid value

  • AMQ6277W
    function name <insert_5> returned <insert_1> when creating a SID for group <insert_3> while creating object ‘$4’.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    <insert_4> has not been authorised for use by the groupname <insert_3>. This will not affect users who are members of group mqm.

    Response
    Save any generated output files and use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center.

  • AMQ6280I (UNIX and Linux)
    Usage: amqxdbg ([-x] (-i pid[.tid] | -p program_name) | -s)

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The user provided an incorrect set of argumenmts to the amqxdbg command. 
  • -i – Request a program FDC from the process identified by ‘pid’ and ‘tid’. 
  • -p – Request a program FDC from the process identified by the supplied program name. To match more than one program name the wildcard character ‘*’ may be used at the end of the ‘program_name’ specification. 
  • -x – Delete the entry identified by the -i or -p parameters 
  • -s – Show the status of debug entries

    Response
    Re-issue the command using the appropriate arguments.

  • AMQ6280I (Windows)
    Usage: amqxdbg ([-x] (-i pid[.tid] | -p program_name) | -s | -t pid)

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The user provided an incorrect set of argumenmts to the amqxdbg command. 
  • -i – Request a program FDC from the process identified by ‘pid’ and ‘tid’. 
  • -p – Request a program FDC from the process identified by the supplied program name. To match more than one program name the wildcard character ‘*’ may be used at the end of the ‘program_name’ specification. 
  • -x – Delete the entry identified by the -i or -p parameters 
  • -s – Show the status of debug entries 
  • -t – Request a program FDC from the process identified by ‘pid’ by starting a remote thread in the identified process.

    Response
    Re-issue the command using the appropriate arguments.

  • AMQ6281I
    Debug entry defined.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The amqxdbg command completed successfully and a debug entry was added.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6282I
    Debug entry removed.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The amqxdbg command completed successfully and a debug entry was removed.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6283E
    Debug entry not found.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The debug entry identified was not found and could not removed.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6284E
    Debug entry could not be defined. The limit on the number of entries has been reached.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The amqxdbg command attempted to add a debug entry but could not becuase the limit on the number of entries which can be defined was reached.

    Response
    Use the ‘-x’ option to remove debug entries which are no longer required and re-issue the command.

  • AMQ6285E
    Process <insert_1> does not exist.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The amqxdbg command attempted to add a debug entry but could not because the process with process identifier <insert_1> is not running.

    Response
    Check the supplied process identifier and re-issue the command.

  • AMQ6286E
    The filesystem at location <insert_3> is read-only.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to write to the filesystem failed because it is read-only. Likely causes are that you specified the location incorrectly or the filesystem has been incorrectly configured.

    Response
    Identify where the location was specified and check it is correct. Check that the filesystem has been configured correctly.

  • AMQ6287I
    IBM MQ V<insert_5>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ system information: 
  • Host Info :- <insert_3> 
  • Installation :- <insert_4> 
  • Version :- <insert_5>

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6290E
    Unknown installation <insert_3> detected.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    When executing program <insert_4>, IBM MQ detected that, due to the configuration of the environment, resources were loaded from <insert_3>. MQ could not determine the installation name for these resources. The program cannot complete successfully while the program is executing using resources from an unknown installation.

    Response
    Configure the environment so that all resources required by program <insert_4> are loaded from an correctly installed installation.

  • AMQ6290E (UNIX and Linux)
    Unknown installation path <insert_3> detected.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    When executing program <insert_4>, MQ detected that its resources were loaded from <insert_3>, MQ could not determine from <insert_5> the installation name and identifier for these resources. The program cannot complete successfully while the program is executing using resources from an unknown installation.

    Response
    Check that <insert_5> exists and has an Installation entry with ‘Path=<insert_3>. If <insert_5> has been corrupted, run “crtmqinst -r” to reconstruct the file.

  • AMQ6291E
    Error <insert_1> occurred during IBM MQ process initialization.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An unexpected error was encountered while initializing the process. The process will terminate immediately. The error was <insert_1>. The MQ error recording routine may have been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier, and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard any files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6292E
    The queue manager is associated with a different installation.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    A command was issued which attempted to connect to a queue manager, but the installation that the command was issued from does not match the installation that the queue manager is associated with. The attempt to connect failed.

    Response
    Reissue the command from the installation that the queue manager is associated with.

  • AMQ6293E
    Cannot create symbolic link as a file with the name <insert_3> already exists. Error Number: <insert_1>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to create a symbolic link with the name <insert_3> but the symbolic link could not be created as a file already exists with the same name.

    Response
    Verify if the file named <insert_3> has been created in error. If so, remove before reissuing the command. The Error Number may give more details about the cause of the failure.

  • AMQ6294E
    Failed to create symbolic link with the name <insert_3>. Error Number: <insert_1>

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to create a symbolic link with the name <insert_3> but the symbolic link could not be created.

    Response
    The Error Number for the failure may give details about why the symbolic link could not be created. Correct the problem before reissuing the command.

  • AMQ6295E
    Unable to remove symbolic link with the name <insert_3>. Error Number: <insert_1>

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to remove a symbolic link with the name <insert_3> but the symbolic link could not be removed.

    Response
    The Error Number for the failure may give details about why the symbolic link could not be removed. Correct the problem before reissuing the command.

  • AMQ6296E
    Cannot remove file <insert_3> as it is not a symbolic link.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to remove a symbolic link with the name <insert_3> but it was not removed because the file was not a symbolic link.

    Response
    Check the definition of the symbolic link and, if incorrect, remove the file before reissuing the command.

  • AMQ6297E
    Symbolic link with the name <insert_3> cannot be removed. Target <insert_4> does not match the expected target <insert_5>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to remove a symbolic link with the name <insert_3> but it was not removed because the target of the symbolic link <insert_4> does not match the expected target <insert_5>.

    Response
    Check the definition of the symbolic link and, if incorrect, remove the symbolic link manually before reissuing the command.

  • AMQ6299S
    An error occurred while creating or checking the directory structure for the queue manager.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    During creation, startup or deletion of the queue manager, an error occurred while creating or checking a file or directory. The queue manager could not access the path <insert_3>.

    Response
    Identify why the queue manager files cannot be created or why the check failed. Likely causes include an invalid remote path name. Correct the problem and submit the command again.

  • AMQ6300E
    Directory <insert_3> could not be created: <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The directory is missing and could not be created for the following reason: <insert_4>.

    Response
    Analyse why the directory could not be created and fix the problem. Reissue the command.

  • AMQ6302E
    The file ( <insert_3> ) could not be read.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The file ( <insert_3> ) could not be read.

    Response
    Check that the file exists and that the file has the appropriate read permissions.

  • AMQ6303E
    A signal handler stopped program <insert_3> from being launched.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    A child process will remain as a defunct process until the exit status of the child process is read. IBM MQ was attempting to launch program <insert_3> and was going to register a SIGCHLD signal handler so that it could gather the exit status when the program ended. However, a signal handler was already registered, which stopped MQ from registering its own signal handler.

    Response
    Either remove the signal handler that was registered, or notify IBM MQ that the application will read the exit status of all child processes by setting the environment variable AMQ_SIGCHLD_APP_HANDLER.

  • AMQ6306E
    We must be the <insert_3> installation owner to run this command.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    In order to run this command we must be logged on as a user that owns the <insert_3> installation.

    Response
    Log in as an appropriate user and run the command again.

  • AMQ6307W
    Slow random data collection.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    IBM MQ requires a source of random data for security purposes. The <insert_3> function took <insert_1> seconds to complete. This delay might indicate a problem with the operating system.

    Response
    Determine the reason for the slow performance. If the function is a system call, consult the operating system documentation and error logs. 
  • If the error persists, we can set the AMQ_RANDOM_ENTROPY_ALGORITHM environment variable to change the random data source. Permitted values are <insert_4>.

  • AMQ6308E
    Failed to gather random data from the operating system.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ requires a source of random data for security purposes. The <insert_3> function unexpectedly returned error <insert_1>. 
  • IBM MQ failed to initialize.

    Response
    Determine the reason for the error. If the function is a system call, consult the operating system documentation and error logs. 
  • If the error persists, we can set the AMQ_RANDOM_ENTROPY_ALGORITHM environment variable to change the random data source. Permitted values are <insert_4>.

  • AMQ6312E
    The <insert_3> operation on filesystem <insert_4> could not be completed as the filesystem is in use.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    A request was made to execute the <insert_3> operation on the <insert_4> filesystem but this request could not be completed as the filesystem is in use.

    Response
    Use the system commands to identify why the operation could not be completed, resolve the issue and retry the command.

  • AMQ6314I
    Displays a summary of FFSTs in time order. 
  • Usage: ffstsummary <options> fdcpath… 
  • where options, obeyed in the order given, are: 
  • -a ident Add (or replace) line ident, e.g. “Host Name”. 
  • -d ident Delete line ident, e.g. “Host Name” (a blank parameter 
  • deletes all idents). 
  • -c directory Specify directory to use if no fdcpaths are given. 
  • -h Display this help. 
  • -v Display the version of this program. 
  • If no fdcpaths are given, defaults to reading *.FDC files from the 
  • directory specified, or the current directory. 
  • Note: An output line flagged with an exclamation mark indicates an 
  • incomplete FFST, e.g. truncated due to disk full.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The usage message for the ffstsummary command.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6315I
    Please wait while FFSTs are being processed.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The ffstsumary command is reading a large amount of data which may take a significant amount of time to process before the results are displayed.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6317E
    MBCS error

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data due to a MBCS error. Conversion is from CCSID <insert_1> to CCSID <insert_2>.

    Response
    Check the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications to see if the CCSIDs are supported by the system.

  • AMQ6318E
    SBCS error

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ is unable to convert string data due to a SBCS error. Conversion is from CCSID <insert_1> to CCSID <insert_2>.

    Response
    Check the IBM MQ Application Programming Reference Appendix and the appropriate National Language Support publications to see if the CCSIDs are supported by the system.

  • AMQ6321E
    File <insert_3> needs updating.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The identified file needs updating.

    Response
    Reissue the command selecting the option to fix files that need updating.

  • AMQ6322I (UNIX and Linux)
    Usage: crtmqdir <insert_-a | -m QMgrName | -s> [-f] [-g OwningGroup] [-x standard|high] 
  • -a Check all directories. 
  • -f Fix errors. 
  • -g Use this group for directory and file ownership. 
  • -m Check directories for the specified queue manager. 
  • -s Check the system-wide directories. 
  • -x Level of permissions.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage. We must specify either -a, -m or -s.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6322I (Windows)
    Usage: crtmqdir <insert_-a | -m QMgrName | -s> [-f] [-x standard|high] 
  • -a Check all directories. 
  • -f Fix errors. 
  • -m Check directories for the specified queue manager. 
  • -s Check the system-wide directories. 
  • -x Level of permissions.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage. We must specify either -a, -m or -s.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6323E (IBM i)
    We must be a member of the MQ Administration group to run this command.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    In order to run this command we must be logged on as a user that is a member of the MQ Administration group.

    Response
    Log in as an appropriate user and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6323E (UNIX and Linux)
    We must be the MQ Administrator or operating system superuser to run this command.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    In order to run this command we must be logged on as the MQ Administrator or as a user with superuser privileges.

    Response
    Log in as an appropriate user and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6323E (Windows)
    We must be a member of the MQ Administration group or an operating system administrator to run this command.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    In order to run this command we must be logged on as a user that is a member of the MQ Administration group or as a user with administrative privileges.

    Response
    Log in as an appropriate user and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6324E
    Directory <insert_3> could not be removed: <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The directory could not be removed for the following reason: <insert_4>.

    Response
    Analyse why the directory could not be removed and fix the problem. Reissue the command.

  • AMQ6325W
    Message <insert_3> is already <insert_4>.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Message <insert_3> is already excluded or suppressed in the ExcludeMessage or SuppressMessage configuration for the queue manager.

    Response
    Update the queue manager configuration to remove the duplicate message identifier or correct it if a different message identifier was intended.

  • AMQ6326W
    <insert_2> messages discarded by diagnostic message service <insert_3>.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Diagnostic message service <insert_3> of type <insert_4> is not processing messages quickly enough to keep up with demand, causing a backlog of <insert_1> messages. <insert_2> messages have been discarded in order to reduce the backlog, including messages: <insert_5>.

    Response
    Investigate why service <insert_3> is running so slowly or why such a backlog of messages has built up. Consider whether the service should exclude or suppress messages.

  • AMQ6327E
    Installation path <insert_3> is not valid.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    When processing program <insert_4>, IBM MQ detected that, due to the configuration of the environment, resources were loaded from <insert_3>. This location is not valid. The length of the installation path is limited to 256 bytes. The installation path must not contain any spaces or the following characters: colon (:), number sign (#), percent sign (%). The program cannot complete successfully while the program is using resources from a location that is not valid.

    Response
    Configure the environment so that all resources required by program <insert_4> are loaded from a valid installation path.

  • AMQ6328W
    Target <insert_4> of symbolic link with the name <insert_3> not found.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to create a symbolic link with the name <insert_3> to target <insert_4> but the target could not be found.

    Response
    The target file could not be found. Correct the problem before reissuing the command.

  • AMQ6500I
    <insert_1> of <insert_2> tasks have been completed successfully.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The command has completed <insert_1> of <insert_2> tasks succesfully.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6501W
    <insert_1> of <insert_2> tasks have been rolled back.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    The command failed to complete so, <insert_1> of the <insert_2> task performed have been undone.

    Response
    If <insert_1> is not equal to <insert_2> then you may need to perform some manual cleanup of the tasks which could not be undone.

  • AMQ6502E
    Unable to read the <insert_3> system environment variable.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to read the system environment variable <insert_3>, however either the current contents could not be read or it contains an unexpected type of data.

    Response
    Verify that the existing environment variable contains expected data. This value is read from the registry on Windows where the problem might be caused by it having an unexpected data type or by a mismatch in the permissions required to access it.

  • AMQ6503E
    Unable to modify the ‘%3’ system environment variable.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to modify the value of system environment variable <insert_3>, however a problem was encountered when doing so.

    Response
    Verify that the existing environment variable contains expected data. This value is stored in the registry on Windows where the problem might be caused by a mismatch in the permissions required to access it.

  • AMQ6504E
    Unable to remove the <insert_3> system environment variable.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to remove the system environment variable <insert_3>, however it could not be deleted.

    Response
    Verify that the existing environment variable contains expected data. This value is stored in the registry on Windows where the problem might be caused by a mismatch in the permissions required to access it.

  • AMQ6505E
    Unable to register <insert_3> as a COM component.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to register <insert_3> as a COM component. The call to its DllRegisterServer function returned <insert_1>.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and re-issue the request.

  • AMQ6506E
    Unable to unregister <insert_3> as a COM component.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to unregister <insert_3> as a COM component. The call to its DllUnregisterServer function returned <insert_1>.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and re-issue the request.

  • AMQ6507E
    Unable to register .NET assembly <insert_3> as a COM component.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to register .NET assembly <insert_3> as a COM component. The return code from the registration program, <insert_4> was <insert_1>. 
  • This error can occur if the Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC) is unable to start, in which case an event is written to the Windows event log indicating the nature of the problem. 
  • If the problem occurred when setting this installation as the primary installation, the operation continues, ignoring the failure.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and re-issue the request.

  • AMQ6508E
    Unable to deregister .NET assembly <insert_3> as a COM component.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to deregister .NET assembly <insert_3> as a COM component. The return code from the deregistration program, <insert_4> was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and re-issue the request.

  • AMQ6509E
    Unable to update registry value.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to update the value of <insert_4> in registry key <insert_3> to <insert_5>, however a problem was encountered when doing so. The system return code was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Verify that the permissions on registry key <insert_3> allow the executing user to modify values within it. Executing ‘crtmqdir -f -a’ under a local computer administrator user account will restore any missing permissions required by MQ.

  • AMQ6510E
    Unable to remove value <insert_4> from registry key <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to remove the the value <insert_4> from the registry key <insert_3>, however it could not be deleted, the sytem return code was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Verify that the permissions on registry key <insert_3> allow the executing user to modify values within it.

  • AMQ6511E
    Unable to copy registry key <insert_3> to <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to copy the contents of registry key <insert_3> to registry key <insert_4>, however a problem was encountered when doing so. The system return code was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Verify that the permissions on registry key <insert_3> allow the executing user to read values within it and that the parent of key <insert_4> does not disallow the executing user to create new keys.

  • AMQ6512E
    Unable to remove registry key <insert_4>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to remove registry key <insert_4> which was orignially copied there from registry key <insert_3>, however it could not be deleted. The sytem return code was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Verify that the permissions on registry key <insert_4> allow the executing user to modify values within it.

  • AMQ6514E
    Unable to create an alias service named <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to create a service named <insert_3> with display name <insert_4> to act as an alias to the service for this installation. This can sometimes occur if the service database has not been updated, and can be resolved by re-starting the operating system. The system return code was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and re-issue the request.

  • AMQ6515E
    Unable to delete the alias service named <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to delete the service named <insert_3>. This service was previously created with display name <insert_4> as an alias to the service for this installation. The system return code was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and re-issue the request.

  • AMQ6516E
    Unable to install assembly <insert_3> into the GAC.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to install the .NET assembly or publisher policy named <insert_3> into the .NET Global Assembly Cache. The return code from the installation program, <insert_4> was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and re-issue the request.

  • AMQ6517E
    Unable to remove assembly <insert_3> from the GAC.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to remove the .NET assembly or publisher policy file named <insert_3> from the .NET Global Assembly Cache. The return code from the removal program, <insert_4> was <insert_1>.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and re-issue the request.

  • AMQ6518E
    Command <insert_3> <insert_4> failed with return code <insert_1>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt was made to run the command <insert_3> with arguments <insert_4> but the command failed with return code <insert_1>.

    Response
    Resolve the issue that resulted in return code <insert_1> and run the command again.

  • AMQ6520E
    The command failed because the remote replication address is invalid.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when the provided remote replication address is invalid.

    Response
    Reissue the command with a valid remote replication address.

  • AMQ6521E
    The command failed because snapshot rollback is in progress.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because snapshot rollback is in progress.

    Response
    Reissue the command when the snapshot rollback has completed.

  • AMQ6522E
    Port <insert_1> is invalid, must be in range 1025 to 9999.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    A port has been supplied to the command that is not within the valid range: 1025 to 9999.

    Response
    Reissue the command with a valid port.

  • AMQ6523E
    The command failed because synchronization is in progress.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because synchronization is in progress.

    Response
    Reissue the command when the synchronization has completed.

  • AMQ6524E
    The IP Address parameter <insert_3> is already in use by the local appliance

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The IP Address parameter provided on the command line is already in use by the local appliance and therefore cannot be the address of a remote appliance.

    Response
    Re-issue the command specifying the IP address of the remote appliance. remote appliance.

  • AMQ6525E
    The IP Address parameter must be in dotted decimal notation.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The IP Address parameter must be provided in dotted decimal notation (eg 9.20.12.14). It cannot be provided via a hostname.

    Response
    Re-issue the command using the numeric form of the IP Address for the remote appliance.

  • AMQ6526E
    The command failed because the initial synchronization has not completed for queue manager <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the synchronization had not completed.

    Response
    Reissue the command when the initial synchronization has completed.

  • AMQ6526E (IBM MQ Appliance)
    The command failed because the initial synchronization has not completed.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the synchronization had not completed.

    Response
    Reissue the command when the initial synchronization has completed.

  • AMQ6528I
    Revert to snapshot started. Use the status command to monitor progress.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued from the makedrprimary command when a DR queue manager that is in Inconsistent state is about to revert to a previous snapshot.

    Response
    Use the status command to monitor progress.

  • AMQ6529I
    Usage: makedrprimary -m QMgrName 
  • -m Queue manager name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6530I
    Usage: makedrsecondary -m QMgrName 
  • -m Queue manager name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6531E
    Insufficient space on disk on remote appliance.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The operation cannot be completed due to shortage of disk space on the remote appliance.

    Response
    Either make more disk space available, or reduce the disk requirements of the command we issued.

  • AMQ6532I
    Usage: dltdrprimary -m QMgrName 
  • -m Queue manager name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6533I
    Usage: dltdrsecondary -m QMgrName 
  • -m Queue manager name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6534E
    The command failed because it was not issued on the DR secondary appliance for the queue manager.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from <insert_3> when it failed because it was not issued on the DR secondary appliance for the queue manager.

    Response
    Issue the command on the DR secondary appliance for the queue manager if that is required.

  • AMQ6535E
    The <insert_3> command cannot be issued against a DR queue manager.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command which cannot be issued against a DR queue manager.

    Response
    The queue manager can be removed from DR control with the dltdrprimary or dltdrsecondary command.

  • AMQ6536E
    The command failed because the local and remote replication addresses are the same.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the local and remote replication addresses were the same.

    Response
    Ensure that the local and remote replication addresses are not the same.

  • AMQ6537I
    Usage: crtdrprimary -m QMgrName -r Name -i IPAddress -p Port 
  • [-f FloatingIP] 
  • -f Floating IP address of the high availability (HA) queue manager 
  • -i IP address of the DR replication interface on the recovery appliance 
  • -m Queue manager name 
  • -p Data replication listener port 
  • -r Recovery appliance name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6538I
    Usage: crtdrsecondary -m QMgrName -s Size -l Name -i IPAddress -p Port 
  • -i IP address of the DR replication interface on the main appliance 
  • -l Main appliance name 
  • -m Queue manager name 
  • -p Data replication listener port 
  • -s File system size in megabytes (MB)

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6539E
    The command failed because the queue manager is primary on the remote appliance.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the queue manager was primary on the remote appliance.

    Response
    If appropriate, issue makedrsecondary on the remote appliance and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6540E
    The command failed because the queue manager is not configured for DR.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the queue manager is not configured for DR.

    Response
    If appropriate, configure the queue manager for DR and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6541I
    Queue manager <insert_3> is prepared for Disaster Recovery replication. 
  • Now execute the following command on appliance <insert_4>: 
  • <insert_5>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when the crtdrprimary command succeeds. It includes the command that should be executed on the remote appliance.

    Response
    The user should execute the command on the remote appliance.

  • AMQ6542E
    The command failed because the queue manager is already configured for DR.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the queue manager is already configured for DR.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6543E
    Port <insert_1> is in use.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The command failed because port number <insert_1> is currently in use.

    Response
    Reissue the command with a port number that is not in use. 
  • For crtmqm -sx(s), the first crtmqm -sxs automatically selects the replication port to use. It chooses the next free port from 7000. This error indicates that the port that was chosen is one that is in use on this node. The port is added to an exclude list. The secondary queue manager(s) should be deleted and recreated on the other node(s).

  • AMQ6544I
    The following DR commands are available. Type help <command> for more information. 
  • crtdrprimary Prepares a local queue manager for DR replication 
  • crtdrsecondary Creates a replicated queue manager on the DR appliance 
  • dltdrprimary Removes a primary DR queue manager from DR control 
  • dltdrsecondary Deletes a secondary DR queue manager 
  • dspdrlink Displays network link used for replication when DR configured 
  • makedrprimary Makes a queue manager primary on the local appliance 
  • makedrsecondary Makes a queue manager secondary on the local appliance 
  • setdrlink Sets the replication link used for subsequent DR 
  • configurations

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help dr within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6545I
    Client channel table written to <insert_3>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The client channel table has been written to the file <insert_3>.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6546E
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An error has been detected, and the MQ error recording routine has been called.

    Response
    Use the standard facilities supplied with the system to record the problem identifier and to save any generated output files. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

  • AMQ6547I
    This Appliance: <insert_3>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    Displayed by dsphagrp.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6548I
    Appliance <insert_3>: <insert_4>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    Displayed by dsphagrp.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6549I
    High availability queue managers are defined on this appliance.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ determines that high availability queue managers are defined on this appliance.

    Response
    This message is for information only so no user action is required.

  • AMQ6550I
    Creating high availability configuration on this appliance.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ creates high availability configuration on this appliance.

    Response
    This message is for information only so no user action is required.

  • AMQ6551I
    Creating high availability configuration on appliance <insert_3>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ creates high availability configuration on remote appliance <insert_3>.

    Response
    This message is for information only so no user action is required.

  • AMQ6552E
    Initialization of the Replicated DR facility failed.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The initialization of the Replicated DR facility failed.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6553I
    Initializing Replicated DR.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The initialization task is initializing the Replicated DR subsystem.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6554E
    The command could not be completed as one or both appliances in the HA group are offline.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a command could not be completed as it requires both appliances to be online.

    Response
    Ensure both appliances are online and retry the command.

  • AMQ6555E
    Failed to initialize the MQ SAN subsystem.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when the MQ SAN subsystem fails to initialize during system initialization.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6556I
    IBM MQ <insert_3> logs:

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    Separates different log types for listing in dspmqerr.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6557I
    HA Group connection successfully established.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The HA Group connection was successfully established. The crthagrp operation will continue on the partner machine and will report its own outcome.

    Response
    Check the result of the crthagrp operation on the partner machine.

  • AMQ6558E
    Unable to contact partner appliance at address <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This appliance was unable to establish a network connection to the partner appliance.

    Response
    Check that the partner address is correct. Verify the network connection between the two appliances.

  • AMQ6559E
    This appliance is already a member of an HA group.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This appliance is already a member of an HA group. Executing the crthagrp or prepareha commands may conflict with existing HA activity.

    Response
    If the current HA group is not active, use the dlthagrp to remove it and then re-run the crthagrp or prepareha command to create a new HA group.

  • AMQ6560I
    Usage: amqsrua [-m QMGR-NAME] [-c CLASS-NAME] 
  • [-t TYPE-NAME] [-n publication count]

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage of amqsrua. Message shown when ‘help amqsrua’ is typed into the IBM MQ CLI.

  • AMQ6561I
    Usage: <insert_3> [command]

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is displayed when usage of the ‘help’ or ‘?’ command is requested.

  • AMQ6562I
    No help available for <insert_3>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is displayed when a user types a valid command which is not available in failsafe mode.

  • AMQ6563I
    Command <insert_3> cannot be run while in failsafe mode

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is displayed when a user types a valid command which is not available in failsafe mode.

  • AMQ6564I
    Unknown command or macro (<insert_3>)

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is shown when a user types an unknown command into the mqcli.

  • AMQ6565W
    The <insert_3> command partially succeeded.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    This message is issued from an HA command when it partially succeeded.

    Response
    Review other messages issued to identify any subsequent actions that may be required.

  • AMQ6566E
    Failed to query status for queue manager <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The CLI status command failed to query status for the specified queue manager.

  • AMQ6567E
    Failed to query status.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The CLI status command failed to complete.

  • AMQ6568E
    The Logical volume <insert_3> is missing for queue manager <insert_4>

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has detected the logical volume <insert_3> is missing for queue manager <insert_4>.

    Response
    We should remove the queue manager definition using the rmvmqinf command.

  • AMQ6569E
    Logical volume <insert_3> has no associated queue manager.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has detected the logical volume <insert_3> has no associated queue manager.

    Response
    We should recreate the queue manager defintion using the addmqinf command, and then if required issue the dltmqm command to delete the queue manager and logical volume.

  • AMQ6570I
    Usage: runcheck [-a] [-v] 
  • -v Check MQ Volume group 
  • -a Check all

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6571I
    Usage: status [QmgrName]

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message displays usage for the IBM MQ status command.

  • AMQ6572E
    The command failed because it was not issued on the HA primary appliance for the queue manager.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from <insert_3> when it failed because it was not issued on the HA primary appliance for the queue manager.

    Response
    Issue the command on the HA primary appliance for the queue manager if that is required.

  • AMQ6573I
    The command failed because there is already no preferred appliance for the queue manager.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued from clearhapreferred when it failed because there is already no preferred appliance for the queue manager.

    Response
    This message is for information only so no user action is required.

  • AMQ6574I
    The command failed because this appliance is already the preferred appliance for the queue manager.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued from sethapreferred when it failed because the appliance it was issued on is already the preferred appliance for the queue manager.

    Response
    This message is for information only so no user action is required.

  • AMQ6575E
    The command failed because the HA Group is not running on this appliance.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the HA Group is not running on the appliance. This may be because the HA subsystem is initializing.

    Response
    The user should wait for a short time, and then retry the command.

  • AMQ6576E
    The command failed because the queue manager is not configured for HA.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the queue manager is not configured for HA.

    Response
    If appropriate, configure the queue manager for HA and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6577E
    The command failed because the queue manager already exists on the other appliance in the HA Group.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the queue manager already exists on the other appliance in the HA Group.

    Response
    If appropriate, delete the queue manager on the other appliance in the HA Group and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6578I
    File deleted: <insert_3>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The dltmqras command has deleted a file.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6579I
    File found: <insert_3>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The dltmqras command has found a deletable file.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6580I
    Do you wish to delete these files? [Y/N]

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message asks the user if they should proceed with deleting files.

  • AMQ6581I
    Usage: dltmqras [ -y ] -a | -d | -e | -f | -h | -m QMName | -p | -t | -w 
  • -a Purge files of all listed types except QM diagnostics. 
  • -d File type: General diagnostics. 
  • -e File type: Error logs. 
  • -f File type: FDCs. 
  • -h File type: HA. 
  • -m File type: Queue Manager diagnostics. 
  • -p File type: Temporary. 
  • -t File type: Trace. 
  • -w File type: IBM MQ Console. 
  • -y Run without prompt.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage for the dltmqras command.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6582I
    <insert_1> diagnostic file(s) removed.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message lets the user know how many files were removed.

  • AMQ6583I
    <insert_1> removable diagnostic file(s) found.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message lets the user know how many files were found.

  • AMQ6584E
    The command failed because it was not issued on the DR primary appliance for the queue manager.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from <insert_3> when it failed because it was not issued on the DR primary appliance for the queue manager.

    Response
    Issue the command on the DR primary appliance for the queue manager if that is required.

  • AMQ6585E
    The command failed because the queue manager is already configured for HA.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from a command when it failed because the queue manager is already configured for HA.

    Response
    No user response is required.

  • AMQ6586I
    The <insert_3> command succeeded.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued from an HA command when it succeeded.

    Response
    This message is for information only so no user action is required.

  • AMQ6587E
    The <insert_3> command failed due to an internal error. Contact IBM Support.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued from <insert_3> when it failed due to an internal error.

    Response
    Contact IBM Support.

  • AMQ6588E
    Failed to remove high availability configuration on this appliance.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ failed to remove high availability configuration on this appliance.

    Response
    Refer to previous error messages for more information.

  • AMQ6589W
    Failed to remove high availability configuration on appliance <insert_3>.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ failed to remove high availability configuration on remote appliance <insert_3>. This may be because remote appliance <insert_3> is unavailable.

    Response
    The user should issue command <insert_4> on remote appliance <insert_3> when it becomes available.

  • AMQ6590I
    Removing high availability configuration on this appliance.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ removes high availability configuration on this appliance.

    Response
    This message is for information only so no user action is required.

  • AMQ6591I
    Removing high availability configuration on appliance <insert_3>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ removes high availability configuration on remote appliance <insert_3>.

    Response
    This message is for information only so no user action is required.

  • AMQ6592W
    The DataPower timezone configuration has changed since MQ was started. We must reboot the system in order for the timezone to be resynchronised. 
  • IBM MQ will continue to use the original timezone configuration.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    The timezone configuration has been changed and the system should be rebooted to ensure the times displayed in the IBM MQ logs are consistent with the DataPower logs.

    Response
    The system should be rebooted to ensure the times displayed in the IBM MQ logs are consistent with the DataPower logs.

  • AMQ6593I
    Waiting up to <insert_1> seconds for remote system to respond.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The crthagrp and prepareha commands both wait for the remote system to respond, as determined by the -t switch, or using the default of 10 minutes. This message marks the start of that interval.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6594E
    The <insert_3> command was unable to connect to a <insert_4> session on the remote appliance

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The <insert_3> command attempts to contact a <insert_4> session that should already be running on the remote appliance, however, it was unable to do so.

    Response
    Possible causes for the failure to connect are: 
  • The remote appliance was not running <insert_4> at the time that the 
  • <insert_3> command was active. 
  • The value supplied to the -s option was not the same on both 
  • appliances. 
  • A network adaptor on one of the appliances was not correctly 
  • configured. Correct the problem and re-issue the command.

  • AMQ6595E
    To see usage, type help amqspdbg.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when amqspdbg returns a non zero exit code from the MQ CLI.

    Response
    Consult the usage for amqspdbg and re-run your command.

  • AMQ6596I
    <insert_3>://<insert_4> created.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    A file named <insert_4> under the <insert_3> URI was created.

  • AMQ6597I
    Note: With valid arguments, output will be written directly to file.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message lets the user know that they should not expect output on screen. exist.

  • AMQ6598E
    On the IBM MQ, this program only works in non-interactive modes. 
  • Usage : amqrfdm -d | -s ControlString [-m QMgrName]

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued if a user does not specify one of the required arguments for amqrfdm. exist.

    Response
    amqrfdm should be run with either -d or -s ControlString specified.

  • AMQ6599W
    Warning: Queue manager <insert_3> is using automatic configuration of ini files, and so changes to anything other than valid AutoConfig stanza keys will be lost when the queue manager restarts.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    This message is a warning to the user when setmqini modifies a queue manager stanza and automatic configuration of ini files is configured.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6600I
    The IBM MQ subsystem is starting.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The IBM MQ subsystem is starting. As part of this process all MQ queue managers which are defined to be started automatically will also start.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6601I
    The IBM MQ subsystem is stopping.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when the processes which together make up the IBM MQ subsystem are stopping. This may be the result of the administrator stopping the subsystem or the appliance shutting down. 
  • As part of this process all MQ queue managers which were running will be shutdown.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6602I
    The IBM MQ subsystem is active. Queue managers running [<insert_1>].

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued at regular intervals by the IBM MQ subsystem.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6603I
    Verifying filesystem <insert_3> on device <insert_4>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ begins the validation of the <insert_3> filesystem on device <insert_4>. If any errors are found then a subsequent message will be written with details of the failure.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6604E
    Failure encountered verifying filesystem <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ encountered a problem verifying the <insert_3> filesystem.

    Response
    An FFST will have been created with details of the failure.

  • AMQ6605I
    Verifying kernel settings.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ begins the validation of the kernel settings. The kernel settings may be modified during this process to match the requirements of IBM MQ.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6606E
    Failure encountered verifying the kernel configuration.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ encountered a problem while verifying or modifying the kernel configuration.

    Response
    An FFST will have been created with details of the failure.

  • AMQ6607I
    The IBM MQ CLI has started for user <insert_3> from address <insert_4>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The IBM MQ CLI has started for user <insert_3> from source address <insert_4>.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6608I
    The IBM MQ CLI has ended for user <insert_3> from address <insert_4> with reason code <insert_1>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The IBM MQ CLI has ended for user <insert_3> from source address <insert_4>.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6610E
    The volume group <insert_3> is unavailable.

    Severity
    20 : Error

  • AMQ6610E (IBM MQ Appliance)
    The volume group <insert_3> is unavailable. IBM MQ initialization is paused until this volume group is available.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The volume group used for storage of IBM MQ system data is not available. IBM MQ initialization cannot proceed until it is available.

    Response
    Use the system command ‘raid-volume-initialize-filesystem’ to configure the internal disks.

  • AMQ6611E
    The IBM MQ internal disks are unavailable. If the MQ disks have not yet been configured, or have been replaced we should use the system command ‘raid-initialize raid0″ to configure the internal disks. 
  • The raid-initialize command will cause all data on the disks to be erased. 
  • The MQ CLI will operate in failsafe mode until this issue is resolved and the CLI restarted.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The raid device is unavailable.

    Response
    Use the system command ‘raid-initialize raid0’ to configure the internal disks.

  • AMQ6612W
    The configuration of the internal disks does not match the expected configuration. If this is unexpected, use the system commands to verify the disk configuration.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    IBM MQ expects the internal disk configuration to match a predefined configuration. The current disk layout does not match the expected configuration.

    Response
    If this is unexpected use the system commands to verify the disk configuration or the system command ‘raid-volume-initialize-filesystem’ can be used to reinitialize the internal disks.

  • AMQ6613W
    Inconsistencies have been detected in the <insert_3> filesystem. If this is unexpected, use the system commands to verify and correct any inconsistencies in the filesystem.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has detected that a number of files in the <insert_3> filesystem are missing or have incorrect ownership or permissions.

    Response
    If this is unexpected, use the system commands to verify and correct any errors.

  • AMQ6614E
    Operation is not allowed.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when you attempt to modify or delete a reserved userid.

    Response
    Do not attempt to alter the userid in question.

  • AMQ6615E
    The userid <insert_3> is not known.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when you attempt to perform an operation on a userid that does not exist.

    Response
    Revise the command to operate on a userid that does exist or investigate why the userid does not exist.

  • AMQ6616E
    The userid <insert_3> is currently logged in. Modification not allowed.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when you attempt to perform an operation on a userid that is currently logged in.

    Response
    Retry the command when the userid is no longer active.

  • AMQ6617E
    The group is not known.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when you attempt to perform an operation that refers to a group that does not exist.

    Response
    Revise the command to refer to a group that does exist or investigate why the group not exist.

  • AMQ6618E
    The userid <insert_3> already exists.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when you attempt to create a new userid and that userid already exists.

    Response
    Alter the userid to one that does not currently exist.

  • AMQ6619I
    The following help topics are available. Type help <topic name> for more information. 
  • mq General MQ administration commands 
  • cert Channel security certificate administration commands 
  • diag MQ problem diagnosis commands 
  • dr Disaster recovery administration commands 
  • ha High availability administration commands 
  • user Messaging user and group administration

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6620I
    The following MQ commands are available. Type help <command> for more information. 
  • addmqm Adds an existing queue manager stored on a SAN volume 
  • createbackupfs Creates file system for queue managers’ backups 
  • crtmqm Creates a queue manager 
  • deletebackupfs Deletes file system for queue managers’ backups 
  • dltmqm Deletes a queue manager 
  • dspamschl Displays MCA interception rules 
  • dspmq Displays information about queue managers 
  • dspmqini Displays queue manager initialization parameters 
  • dspmqtrn Displays in-doubt and heuristically completed transactions 
  • dspmqvar Displays global and queue manager environment variables 
  • dspmqweb Displays mqweb server settings and environment variables 
  • endmqm Stops a queue manager 
  • mqbackup Creates backup of a queue manager 
  • mqrestore Restores queue manager from a backup 
  • rcrmqobj Generates a client channel table 
  • rmvmqinf Remove queue manager configuration information (SAN QMs only) 
  • rsvmqtrn Resolves in-doubt and heuristically completed transactions 
  • runmqsc Runs MQSC commands 
  • runswchl Switches the transmission queue used by cluster channels 
  • setamschl Sets MCA interception rules 
  • setmqini Configures queue manager initialization parameters 
  • setmqsize Increases the size of a queue manager file system 
  • setmqvar Configures global and queue manager environment variables 
  • setmqweb Configures mqweb server settings and environment variables 
  • status Displays status information 
  • strmqm Starts a queue manager

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help mq within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6621I
    The following diagnostic commands are available. Type help <command> for more information. 
  • amqsrua Collects and displays resource statistics publications from a 
  • queue manager 
  • dltmqras Deletes IBM MQ diagnostic information 
  • dmpmqcfg Dumps the configuration of a IBM MQ queue manager 
  • dspmqerr Displays error logs and FDC files 
  • dspmqrte Determines the route that a message has taken through a queue 
  • manager network 
  • dspmqtrc Formats IBM MQ trace 
  • dspmqver Displays IBM MQ version and build information 
  • endmqtrc Ends trace for some or all of the entities that are being traced 
  • mqrc Displays information about return codes 
  • runmqras Gathers IBM MQ diagnostic information together into a 
  • single archive, for example to submit to IBM Support 
  • strmqtrc Enables trace at a specified level of detail, or reports the 
  • level of tracing in effect

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help diag within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6622I
    The following user and group commands are available. 
  • groupcreate Creates a messaging group in the internal user store 
  • groupdelete Deletes a messaging group in the internal user store 
  • grouplist Lists the messaging groups in the internal user store 
  • usercreate Creates a messaging user in the internal user store 
  • userdelete Deletes a messaging user in the internal user store 
  • userlist Lists the messaging users in the internal user store 
  • usermodify Modifies a messaging user in the internal user store 
  • userbackup Backs up the internal user store 
  • userrestore Restores the internal user store

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help user within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6623I
    The following certificate commands are available. Type help <command> for more information. 
  • createcert Creates a self-signed certificate 
  • createcertrequest Creates a certificate request 
  • addcert Adds a CA certificate 
  • deletecert Deletes a certificate 
  • deletecertrequest Deletes a certificate request 
  • detailcert Shows details of a specific certificate 
  • detailcertrequest Shows details of a specific certificate request 
  • receivecert Receives a certificate 
  • recreatecertrequest Recreates a certificate request 
  • listcert Lists certificates 
  • listcertrequest Lists all certificate requests 
  • keybackup Backs up a key repository 
  • keyrestore Restores a key repository 
  • mqcertck Validates queue manager TLS configuration

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help cert within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6624I
    Usage: amqqmutil -m QMgrName [ -g | -l | -u | -c DirName -s VolumeSize [-F ] [-M] | -r DirName | -v [-M] ] 
  • -m Queue manager name. 
  • -g Generate the directory name for this queue manager. The queue manager must not exist. 
  • -l Look up the directory name for this queue manager. 
  • -u Unmangle the queue manager name (reverse of -l). 
  • -c Create the logical volume for the queue manager. 
  • -r Remove the logical volume for the queue manager. 
  • -v Verify the logical volume for the queue manager. 
  • -s The size of the logical volume to create. 
  • -F Format the logical volume. 
  • -M Mount the logical volume.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6625E
    The set of parameters supplied for command <insert_3> are invalid.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An IBM MQ command has been issued with incorrect parameters and cannot be completed. Review and correct the parameter options for the command and retry the command again.

    Response
    Review the command usage. any errors.

  • AMQ6626W
    Unable to complete the requested command. Stanza <insert_3> does not exist.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has detected that the stanza supplied for the operation, does not exist. The command is unable to process the request.

    Response
    Check the spelling of the supplied Stanza and review the set of stanzas that do exist using the dspmqini command.

  • AMQ6627W
    Unable to complete the requested command. Key <insert_3> does not exist.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has detected that the key supplied for the operation does not exist. The command is unable to process the requested action.

    Response
    Check the spelling of the supplied key and review the set of keys for stanza <insert_4> using the setmqini command.

  • AMQ6628E
    It is not permitted to execute the command for stanza <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has detected that the stanza supplied is not permitted by the operation. Review the documentation to view the stanzas that are permitted for the operation requested.

    Response
    Issue the command again specifying a valid stanza.

  • AMQ6629I
    Key <insert_3> was successfully deleted from stanza <insert_4>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has successfully deleted key <insert_3> from stanza <insert_4>. If this is the only remaining key for this stanza, the stanza will also have been deleted.

    Response
    No action required.

  • AMQ6630I
    Key <insert_3> was successfully updated in stanza <insert_4> for queue manager <insert_5>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ successfully updated a key in the qm.ini file for queue manager <insert_5>.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6631E
    Inadequate storage was provided to capture the entire content for the operation.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has detected that a command did not allow enough storage to complete the operation

    Response
    Perform the operation again providing adequate storage.

  • AMQ6632E
    The group <insert_3> already exists.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when you attempt to create a new group and that group already exists.

    Response
    Revise the command to refer to a group that does not already exist.

  • AMQ6633E
    The group <insert_3> was not deleted because it is a primary group.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when you attempt to delete a group that is the primary group for some user. Usually this will be the user with the same name as the group.

    Response
    Consider whether you really intend to delete this group. If so, modify the corresponding user to make a different group the primary.

  • AMQ6635E
    Failed to start the MQ Web UI server.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when the MQ WebUI server fails to start during system initialisation.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6636I
    Usage: dspmqini -g|-m QMgrName [-s StanzaName [-k KeyName] [-n ObjectName]] 
  • -g Show global settings. 
  • -m Queue manager name. 
  • -s Stanza name. 
  • -k Key name. 
  • -n Object name. Valid only for the next stanzas: 
  • DiagnosticSystemMessages (global), 
  • DiagnosticMessagesTemplate (global), 
  • DiagnosticMessages (queue manager).

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6637I
    Usage: setmqini -g|-m QMgrName (-s StanzaName -k KeyName [-d | -v Value] [-n ObjectName]) | -r 
  • -g Set global setting. 
  • -m Queue manager name. 
  • -s Stanza name. 
  • -k Key name of attribute to set. 
  • -v Attribute value to set. 
  • -d Delete the attribute or stanza. 
  • -n Object name. Valid only for the next stanzas: 
  • DiagnosticSystemMessages (global), 
  • DiagnosticMessagesTemplate (global), 
  • DiagnosticMessages (queue manager). 
  • -r Permanently reset automatic configuration ini baseline.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6638E
    Failed to mount filesystem <insert_4> for queue manager <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ attempted to mount the filesystem <insert_4> for queue manager <insert_3> but the attempt to mount the filesystem failed.

    Response
    Use the system commands to verify and correct any errors before reissuing the command.

  • AMQ6639I
    Usage: dspmqvar [-m QMgrName] [-k KeyName] 
  • -k Key name. 
  • -m Queue manager name.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6640I
    Usage: setmqvar [-m QMgrName] -k KeyName [-d | -v Value] 
  • -d Delete the environment variable. 
  • -k Key name of environment variable to set. 
  • -m Queue manager name. 
  • -v Attribute value to set.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6641I
    Usage: dlthagrp

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help dlthagrp within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6642I
    Usage: crthagrp -s SecretText <-a IPAddress | -r> 
  • -a IP address of the HA group primary interface on the other appliance. 
  • -s A string used to generate a short-lived password. 
  • -r Recreate the existing HA group to a replacement partner appliance. This will replicate the configuration and data of all HA queue managers to the replacement partner appliance. The configuration of this appliance remains unchanged.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help crthagrp within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6643I
    Mounted filesystem <insert_4> for queue manager <insert_3>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The filesystem <insert_4> has been mounted for queue manager <insert_3>.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6644I
    Initializing queue managers.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The initialization task is initializing the queue managers and their file systems.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6645I
    The MQ Daemon has completed initialization.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The MQ task has completed initialization.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6646E
    The user id is not valid.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when you attempt to perform an operation that refers to a userid that is not syntactically correct.

    Response
    Revise the command to use a valid userid.

  • AMQ6647I
    Usage: dsphagrp

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help dsphagrp or dsphagrp with one or more arguments within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6648I
    Usage: userbackup [-f [mqbackup://]BackupName] 
  • -f Backup file to create 
  • Usage: userrestore [-F] -f [mqbackup://]BackupName 
  • -f Backup file to restore 
  • -F Force restore

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6649E
    The userbackup command failed. Error identifier ( <insert_1>, <insert_2> )

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An error occurred backing up the user files

    Response
    Investigate any problems reported. Use the error identifier provided when contacting MQ support.

  • AMQ6650E
    The userrestore command failed. Error identifier ( <insert_1>, <insert_2> )

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An error occurred restoring the user files

    Response
    Investigate any problems reported. Use the error identifier provided when contacting MQ support.

  • AMQ6651E
    The MQ daemon task is not running or not responding. 
  • Consult the error logs for further details on the cause of the failure. Functionality of the IBM MQ will be restricted until this issue is resolved.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The MQ daemon task is not running.

    Response
    Consult the queue manager error logs for further details on the cause of the failure.

  • AMQ6652I
    Environment variable <insert_3> was successfully added or updated.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ successfully added or updated the specified environment variable.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6653I
    Environment variable <insert_3> was successfully updated for queue manager <insert_4>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ successfully added or updated the specified environment variable for a queue manager.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6654I
    Environment variable <insert_3> was successfully deleted.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has successfully deleted the environment variable.

    Response
    No action required.

  • AMQ6655I
    Environment variable <insert_3> was successfully deleted for queue manager <insert_4>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has successfully deleted the environment variable for the queue manager.

    Response
    No action required.

  • AMQ6656I
    User data has been backed up to <insert_3>

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The backup of user data completed successfully

    Response
    No action required.

  • AMQ6657I
    Usage: userlist [-u UserName] 
  • -u Messaging user name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6658I
    Usage: userdelete -u UserName 
  • -u Messaging user name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6659I
    Usage: usercreate -u UserName [-d Text] [-g GroupName,…] [-p Password] 
  • -d Messaging user description 
  • -g Messaging group names 
  • -p Messaging user password 
  • -u Messaging user name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6660I
    Usage: usermodify -u UserName [-d Text] [-g GroupName,…] [-p Password] 
  • -d Messaging user description 
  • -g Messaging group names 
  • -p Messaging user password 
  • -u Messaging user name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6661I
    Usage: user [ add | modify | delete | list ]

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6662I
    Usage: groupcreate -g GroupName 
  • -g Messaging group name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6663I
    Usage: groupdelete -g GroupName 
  • -g Messaging group name

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6664I
    Usage: grouplist

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6665I
    Usage: group [ add | delete | list ]

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6666I
    Usage: prepareha -s SecretText -a IPAddress [-t Timeout] 
  • -a IP address of the HA group primary interface on the other appliance. 
  • -s A string used to generate a short-lived password. 
  • -t Timeout interval in seconds (default 600).

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6666S (IBM i)
    Required IBM MQ system profile(s) can not be accessed.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    The required MQ system profile(s) QMQM and/or QMQMADM are not found or have been disabled. MQ can not continue processing the command without the profiles existing and enabled on the system. The major error code is <insert_3>, the minor error code is <insert_4>. The major error codes and their meanings are as follows: *DISABLED – The user profile has been disabled. *PWDEXP – The password for the user profile has expired . *EXIST – The user profile does not exist. If none of these error codes are shown the major error code contains the exception identifier. The minor error code identifies the user profile which cannot be accessed.

    Response
    Check that both QMQM and QMQMADM profiles exist and are both enabled using the DSPUSRPRF command, or contact the IBM MQ system administrator.

  • AMQ6667I
    Usage: sethapreferred QMgrName

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help sethapreferred within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6668I
    Usage: sethagrp – Use this command to modify your HA group configuration 
  • Suspend or resume the appliance within the HA group 
  • sethagrp -r | -s 
  • Include or exclude the named queue manager from the HA group 
  • sethagrp ( -i QMName | -e QMName ) 
  • Complete an upgrade of an HA queue manager 
  • sethagrp -u ( -a | QMName) [-f] 
  • -e Exclude the named queue manager from the HA group. 
  • -i Include the named queue manager in the HA group. 
  • -r Resume the HA group on the appliance from standby mode. 
  • -s Suspend the HA group on the appliance into standby mode. 
  • -u Complete upgrade of the named HA queue manager. 
  • -a Complete upgrade of all HA queue managers. 
  • -f Force completion of upgrade even if unable to communicate with remote appliance.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6669I
    Usage: clearhapreferred QMgrName

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help clearhapreferred within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6670E
    This appliance is not part of an HA Group.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ detects that the local appliance is not part of an HA Group.

    Response
    If appropriate, configure the appliance to be part of an HA Group and reissue the command.

  • AMQ6671E
    The network address of <insert_3> on the local appliance could not be determined.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ cannot determine a local network address for the specified network interface.

    Response
    Ensure that the network interface is configured and enabled before reissuing the command.

  • AMQ6672E
    The name of the local appliance has not been configured.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ detects that the name of the local appliance has not been configured.

    Response
    Ensure that the name of the local appliance has been configured then reissue the command. The appliance name is a system setting that can be configured using either the command interface or the web UI.

  • AMQ6673E
    The network addresses of the HA interfaces of the remote appliance could not be determined.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ cannot get the remote HA network addresses.

    Response
    Ensure that the HA network interfaces on the remote appliance are configured and enabled before reissuing the command.

  • AMQ6674E
    The name of the remote appliance has not been configured.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ detects that the name of the remote appliance has not been configured.

    Response
    Ensure that the name of the remote appliance has been configured then reissue the command. The appliance name is a system setting that can be configured using either the command interface or the web UI.

  • AMQ6675E
    The HA or DR appliance names are not unique.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ detects that the HA or DR appliance names are not unique.

    Response
    Ensure that the appliances have a different name then reissue the command. The appliance name is a system setting that can be configured using either the command interface or the web UI.

  • AMQ6676I
    The internal disks are being configured for use by MQ. Phase <insert_1> of <insert_2>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ will configure the internal disks for use. This message will be reported a number of times as the disks are configured.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6677E
    The user modify command references an object that is not known.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user modify command refers to an object that does not exist. Typically, this will be either the userid itself or a group that is being added or removed.

    Response
    Revise the command to remove the reference to a non-existent object.

  • AMQ6678E
    Unable to connect to remote appliance on interface <insert_3>

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when IBM MQ detects that it is unable to connect to the remote appliance on interface <insert_3>

    Response
    Determine why the remote appliance was unavailable and reissue the command if appropriate.

  • AMQ6679W
    Reading environment variables failed.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Environment variables file not correct.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6680E
    The file systems required for IBM MQ are unavailable. 
  • A transient failure to mount the file systems might be resolved by rebooting the appliance. If this is a persistent issue then we should consult the error logs for more information and contact the IBM support center. 
  • The MQ CLI will operate in failsafe mode until this issue is resolved and the CLI restarted.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The IBM MQ file systems are unavailable.

    Response
    Contact IBM support for assistance in initializing the MQ file systems.

  • AMQ6681I
    The data on this appliance will be used for the queue manager.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This appliance is chosen as the primary.

    Response
    No action required.

  • AMQ6682E
    The appliance could not be made the primary for the queue manager.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    One of the underlying commands failed.

    Response
    Refer to previous error messages for more information.

  • AMQ6683I
    Usage: makehaprimary QMgrName

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types makehaprimary with zero arguments or more than one argument.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6684E
    The Queue Manager is not in the correct state.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The command is not applicable to the queue manager in its current state.

    Response
    Refer to previous error messages for more information.

  • AMQ6685E
    It is not permitted to execute the command for key <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has detected that the key supplied is not permitted by the operation. Review the documentation to view the keys that are permitted for the operation requested.

    Response
    Issue the command again specifying a valid key.

  • AMQ6686E
    CLI input filled allocated buffer.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    Input buffer filled. Command will not be executed.

    Response
    None

  • AMQ6687W
    Please wait while the MQ Management Task is initializing.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    This command will wait until the task responsible for managing the MQ subsystem is initializing.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6688I
    Initializing Replicated HA.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    The initialization task is initializing the Replicated HA subsystem.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6689W
    Reference to a reserved <insert_3> is not allowed.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Some user and group ids are reserved for use by MQ.

    Response
    Reserved user and group ids cannot be examined or modified. Choose a different id name.

  • AMQ6690E
    An argument was too long.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    An argument supplied to the called function was too long.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6691I
    Usage: dspmqerr [-f | -m QmgrName | -s | -w] [-l | FileName] 
  • -f File type: FDCs. 
  • -l List files of specified type. 
  • -m File type: Queue manager error log. 
  • -s File type: System error log. 
  • -w File type: IBM MQ Console log.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage for dspmqerr.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6692W
    During prepareha or crthagrp processing, the partner did not reply within the timeout period.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Either prepareha or crthagrp did not receive a response from the partner machine within the timeout interval, which is normally 10 minutes.

    Response
    Ensure that prepareha is run first and crthagrp is run on the partner machine shortly afterwards.

  • AMQ6693I
    The following HA commands are available. Type help <command> for more information. 
  • crthagrp Creates an HA group with a prepared appliance 
  • dlthagrp Deletes an HA group 
  • dsphagrp Displays the status of the appliances in an HA group 
  • dsphalink Displays network link used for replication when HA configured 
  • makehaprimary Resolves a partitioned situation in an HA group 
  • prepareha Prepares an appliance to be part of an HA group 
  • sethagrp Suspends or resumes an appliance in an HA group 
  • Adds a QM to, or removes a QM from, an HA group 
  • sethaint Sets a floating IP address for an HA queue manager 
  • sethalink Sets the replication link used for subsequent HA 
  • configurations 
  • crthakeys Regenerates SSH keys used for HA communication 
  • dsphakeys Displays status of SSH keys used for HA communication 
  • clearhapreferred Clears the preferred appliance for an HA queue manager 
  • sethapreferred Sets the preferred appliance for an HA queue manager

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This message is issued when a user types help ha within the IBM MQ CLI.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6694I
    Usage: mqsysinit -d <devicePath> 
  • Path to block device for raid array.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage for mqsysinit.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6695I
    Usage: mqsysterm -d <devicePath> 
  • Path to block device for raid array.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    This shows the correct usage for the mqsysterm.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6696I
    This command will erase all data including all queue manager data. Are you sure you wish to continue (yes/no)?

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6697E
    This command cannot be executed while the MQ Daemon task is initializing. Please wait for a short time and then retry the command.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The MQ Daemon task is initailizing and this command cannot be executed until the initialization is complete. The time taken to initialize is dependant upon the number of Queue Managers defined on the system, if Replicated HA is in use, and the connection to the HA partner.

    Response
    The user should wait for a short time, and then retry the command.

  • AMQ6698E
    <insert_3> file not supplied.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The program requires a file suffix of <insert_3>.

    Response
    Make sure the file suffix given is what is expected by the program.

  • AMQ6699I
    No default FDC. Type dspmqerr -f -l to list all FDCs.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    dspmqerr doesn’t display a default FDC.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6708E
    A disk full condition was encountered when formatting a new log file in location <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The queue manager attempted to format a new log file in directory <insert_3>. The drive or file system containing this directory did not have sufficient free space to contain the new log file.

    Response
    Increase the amount of space available for log files and retry the request.

  • AMQ6708E (IBM i)
    A disk full condition was encountered when formatting a new log file.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The queue manager attempted to format a new log file in directory <insert_3>. The drive or file system containing this directory did not have sufficient free space to contain the new log file.

    Response
    Increase the amount of space available for log files and retry the request.

  • AMQ6709E
    The log for the queue manager is full.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    This message is issued when an attempt to write a log record is rejected because the log is full. The queue manager will attempt to resolve the problem.

    Response
    This situation may be encountered during a period of unusually high message traffic. However, if you persistently fill the log, you may have to consider enlarging the size of the log. We can either increase the number of log files by changing the values in the queue manager configuration file. You will then have to stop and restart the queue manager. Alternatively, if we need to make the log files themselves bigger, we will have to delete and recreate the queue manager.

  • AMQ6710E
    Queue manager unable to access directory <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The queue manager was unable to access directory <insert_3> for the log. This could be because the directory does not exist, or because the queue manager does not have sufficient authority.

    Response
    Ensure that the directory exists and that the queue manager has authority to read and write to it. Ensure that the LogPath attribute in the queue manager’s configuration file matches the intended log path.

  • AMQ6720E
    A disk quota exhausted condition was encountered when formatting a new log file in location <insert_3>.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The queue manager attempted to format a new log file in directory <insert_3>. The user’s quota of disk blocks on the drive or file system containing this directory was exhausted and could not contain the new log file.

    Response
    Investigate how the disk quota was exhausted and, if necessary, increase the quota for log files and retry the request.

  • AMQ6721I
    Log extents reduced by <insert_3>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    A request was made to reduce the number of log extents. The request completed successfully and the number of log extents has been reduced by <insert_3>.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6723W
    IBM MQ log extent <insert_3> already archived.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Log extent <insert_3> had already been archived. No further action is required.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6723W (IBM i)
    IBM MQ journal receiver <insert_3> already archived.

    Severity
    10 : Warning

    Explanation
    Journal receiver <insert_3> had already been archived. No further action was required.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6762E
    IBM MQ log extent <insert_3> corrupt.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    Log extent <insert_3> has been detected as corrupt and is not valid for use.

    Response
    Determine how the log extent has become corrupt and take action to ensure that this extent is no longer required for either restart or media recovery. This might require taking media images.

  • AMQ6767E
    Log file <insert_3> could not be opened for use.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    Log file <insert_3> could not be opened for use. Possible reasons include the file being missing, the queue manager being denied permission to open the file or the contents of the file being incorrect.

    Response
    If the log file was required to start the queue manager, ensure that the log file exists and that the queue manager is able to read from and write to it. If the log file was required to recreate an object from its media image and we do not have a copy of the required log file, delete the object instead of recreating it.

  • AMQ6774E
    Log file <insert_3> did not contain the requested log record.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    Log file <insert_3> does not contain the log record whose LSN is <insert_4>. This is because the log file numbers have wrapped and the log file name <insert_3> has been reused by a newer file. Once a log file name has been reused, it is not possible to access the data in the previous versions of the file to use this name. The operation which requested this log record cannot be completed.

  • AMQ6776E (Windows)
    Queue manager recovery log not correctly configured for advanced format disk.

    Severity
    20 : Error

    Explanation
    The queue manager recovery log is located on an advanced format disk, however the recovery log is not configured correctly to provide full write integrity with advanced format disks. Advanced format disks require 4KB alignment for reliable writing, but the current queue manager was created at an MQ version that did not yet support advanced format disks and did not enforce 4KB alignment.

    Response
    MQ has only supported placing the recovery log on an advanced format disk since MQ V9.0.4. MQ V9.0.4 introduced the MIGMQLOG command that can be used to migrate a pre-existing queue manager recovery log to a format suitable for advanced format disks. Any queue manager created on a version of V9.0.4 or higher will have been created with a recovery log suitable for advanced format disks. Investigate migrating the queue manager recovery log, using the MIGMQLOG command, to a format suitable for the current log location.

  • AMQ6782I
    The log file numbers have wrapped.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    Each log file formatted is assigned a number which makes up part of its file name. The numbers are allocated sequentially and consist of seven digits giving a maximum of 10 million different log file names. Once all available numbers have been allocated, the queue manager again starts allocating numbers starting from zero. Once a file number has been re-allocated, we can no longer access data in the previous log files allocated the same number. The file numbers wrapped at log sequence number <insert_3>.

    Response
    We should periodically take media images of all IBM MQ objects. We must ensure that media images of all objects which you may need to recreate do not span more than 10 million log files.

  • AMQ6901 (IBM i)
    IBM MQ for IBM i

  • AMQ6902 (IBM i)
    IBM MQ for IBM i – Samples

  • AMQ6903E (IBM i)
    Installation or uninstallation failed, IBM MQ resources are still active.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to install or uninstall IBM MQ was unsuccessful because MQ resources from a previous installation of MQ are still active. This failure may indicate that a queue manager from a previous installation of MQ is still running or has active jobs.

    Response
    Ensure that all queue managers from previous installations of IBM MQ have been quiesced, and that the QMQM subsystem is not active using the WRKSBS and ENDSBS commands. Refer to the installation section in the IBM MQ for IBM i Quick Beginnings publication for further details.

  • AMQ6904 (IBM i)
    Installation of IBM MQ for IBM i failed due to previous release installed.

    Explanation
    Some releases of IBM MQ for IBM i require migration before a later release can be installed.

    Response
  • If you wish to retain your current MQ information we must step through the migration process – see the Quick Beginnings Manual. 
  • If we do not wish to retain your current MQ information remove the current version of MQ before retrying the install.

  • AMQ6905I (IBM i)
    Found <insert_3> new MQ jobs to end, and <insert_4> MQ jobs currently ending.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    Jobs with locks on library QMQM are ended so that IBM MQ may be deleted or updated.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6906S (IBM i)
    <insert_3> jobs still ending.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    Jobs report state of ‘already being deleted’ after timeout.

    Response
    If system is heavily loaded wait and reissue the command CALL QMQM/AMQIQES4 to try to delete jobs using IBM MQ resources. If this message is issued again, issue the command WRKOBJLCK for library QMQM to see which jobs have not been deleted, and end them manually.

  • AMQ6907I (IBM i)
    All IBM MQ pre-requisite PTFs on OS/400 programs are installed.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6908S (IBM i)
    IBM MQ pre-requisite PTF <insert_4> for program <insert_3> is not installed.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    PTF <insert_3>-<insert_4> is not installed on system in state ‘Permanently applied’ ‘Temporarily applied’ or ‘Superseded’. IBM MQ installation will proceed, but we must install the PTF before starting IBM MQ.

    Response
    Use the command GO CMDPTF to display commands to order and apply the required PTF <insert_3>-<insert_4>..

  • AMQ6909E (IBM i)
    User space recovery failed, IBM MQ is running.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to recover user space was unsuccessful because MQ was running.

    Response
    Quiesce IBM MQ for IBM i and try again. See the section on “Quiescing IBM MQ” in the IBM MQ for IBM i Quick Beginnings.

  • AMQ690A (IBM i)
    IBM MQ MQI Client for IBM i

  • AMQ690B (IBM i)
    IBM MQ MQI Client for IBM i -Samples

  • AMQ690C (IBM i)
    IBM MQ

  • AMQ690D (IBM i)
    MQ

  • AMQ690E (IBM i)
    WebSphere

  • AMQ690F (IBM i)
    IBM WebSphere MQ

  • AMQ6910E (IBM i)
    The attempt to quiesce the queue manager failed.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    The attempt to quiesce the queue manager was unsuccessful because the current job has locks on library QMQM.

    Response
    Sign off the current job, sign on and attempt to quiesce the queue manager again. See the section on “Quiescing IBM MQ” in the IBM MQ for IBM i Quick Beginnings.

  • AMQ6911I (IBM i)
    IBM MQ quiesce is performing a RCDMQMIMG, please wait.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

    Explanation
    IBM MQ quiesce is performing a Record Object Image (RCDMQMIMG) for all objects. Please wait, there may be some delay until this is completed.

    Response
    None.

  • AMQ6912 (IBM i)
    IBM MQ Java Messaging and Web Services

  • AMQ6913 (IBM i)
    IBM MQ Java Messaging and Web Services

  • AMQ6914E (IBM i)
    Apply PTF failed, IBM MQ resources are still active.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to apply PTFs to a IBM MQ installation was unsuccessful because MQ resources are still active. This failure may indicate that one or more queue managers have not been fully quiesced, some MQ resources have not been released, some MQ jobs are still running or a MQ subsystem is still active.

    Response
    Ensure that all queue managers have been fully quiesced, using the ENDMQM command with ENDCCTJOB(*YES). Ensure that all MQ subsystems (including the QMQM subsystem) are not active using the WRKSBS and ENDSBS commands. Repeat the apply PTF action. Please note – Delete Licensed Program (DLTLICPGM) is not a circumvention for this condition, because the same checks which are listed as a possible cause, will be made before deleting a IBM MQ installation.

  • AMQ6915E (IBM i)
    Remove PTF failed, IBM MQ resources are still active.

    Severity
    30 : Error

    Explanation
    An attempt to remove PTFs from a IBM MQ installation was unsuccessful because MQ resources are still active. This failure may indicate that one or more queue managers have not been fully quiesced, some MQ resources have not been released, some MQ jobs are still running or a MQ subsystem is still active.

    Response
    Ensure that all queue managers have been fully quiesced, using the ENDMQM command with ENDCCTJOB(*YES). Ensure that all MQ subsystems (including the QMQM subsystem) are not active using the WRKSBS and ENDSBS commands. Repeat the remove PTF action. Please note – Delete Licensed Program (DLTLICPGM) is not a circumvention for this condition, because the same checks which are listed as a possible cause, will be made before deleting a IBM MQ installation.

  • AMQ6916 (IBM i)
    IBM MQ for IBM i – Security Policies

  • AMQ6917 (IBM i)
    IBM MQ for IBM i – Web Console and REST API

  • AMQ691A (IBM i)
    IBM MQ_cert_label

  • AMQ6988I
    yes

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6988 (IBM i)
    Yes

  • AMQ6989I
    no

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6989 (IBM i)
    No

  • AMQ6992S (IBM i)
    Program <insert_3> parameter error.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    IBM MQ for IBM i program <insert_3> has an incorrect number of parameters, or an error in the parameter value.

    Response
    Display the job log, using the DSPJOBLOG command, for more information on the problem.

  • AMQ6993S (IBM i)
    Program <insert_3> ended abnormally.

    Severity
    40 : Severe

    Explanation
    A IBM MQ for IBM i program, <insert_3>, is ending abnormally.

    Response
    Display the job log, using the DSPJOBLOG command, for information why the job or subsystem ended abnormally. Correct the error and retry the request.

  • AMQ6994I (Windows)
    5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, <insert_3>.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6995I (IBM i)
    xcsFFST has been called; take a look at the job log.

    Severity
    0 : Informational

  • AMQ6999T (IBM i)
    An internal IBM MQ error has occurred.

    Severity
    50 : Terminating

    Explanation
    IBM MQ has experienced an internal failure, from which it could not recover.

    Response
    Use WRKPRB to check if a problem has been created. If one has, record the problem identifier, and save the QPSRVDMP, QPJOBLOG, and QPDSPJOB files. If a problem has not been created, save the job log. Use either the MQ Support site: https://www.ibm.com/support/home/, or IBM Support Assistant (ISA): https://www.ibm.com/support/home/product/C100515X13178X21/other_software/ibm_support_assistant, to see whether a solution is already available. If we are unable to find a match, contact the IBM support center. Do not discard these files until the problem has been resolved.

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