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CPD5032 - User Profile &1 damaged. ( OS/400 )

CPD5032 - User Profile &1 damaged. ( OS/400 )

BAL_S_LOG - Application Log: Log header data   CPI1466 during Backup  
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Message : CPD5032
User Profile &1 damaged.

Message Long Text :

Cause . . . . . : User profile &1 has either partial or full damage. The error code is &2. The error codes and their meanings follow:
1 -- The user profile has partial damage.
2 -- The user profile has full damage.
Recovery . . . : If the user profile has partial damage, it indicates internal processing of the user profile failed to complete successfully because there was not enough storage available within the machine. Generally you can correct this by restarting the system, although you may find it necessary or desirable to make more storage available. You may do this either by removing objects from the system, or by adding more disk storage to the system. In addition, you may be able to reclaim some storage by using the RCLSTG command. However, the fact that one or more user profiles are partially damaged may prevent the RCLSTG command from completing successfully. If this message is put out again as a result of the RCLSTG command, you should first correct the partial damage on the user profiles and then enter the RCLSTG command again.
If the user profile has full damage, or you are not able to recover from partial damage, do one of the following:
-- If the profile is not IBM-supplied, have the security officer delete the user profile using the Delete User Profile (DLTUSRPRF) command and then either create the user profile again using the Create User Profile (CRTUSRPRF) command or use the Restore User Profile (RSTUSRPRF) command to restore the user profile from saved media.
-- If the profile is IBM-supplied, restore the operating system and select the option to restore programs and language objects on the Specify Install Options display. See the Recovering your system book, SC41-5304, for the procedure for restoring the operating system.
Change the ownership of the affected objects by doing a reclaim storage operation (RCLSTG command). Objects that had ownership changed to QDFTOWN can now have ownership changed to the new profile (CHGOBJOWN command). Grant private authorities for objects that were previously owned by the damaged profile using the Grant Object Authority (GRTOBJAUT) command, or if the user profile was restored, use the Restore Authority (RSTAUT) command specifying USRPRF(*ALL) to restore the private authorities for the objects that were created before the last Save System (SAVSYS command) was run.

Message File : QCPFMSG
Library Message File : QSYS2924


PERFORM Short Reference   rdisp/max_wprun_time - Maximum work process run time  
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