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CPA572D - Controller &24 not contacted. Probable configuration problem. (C G R) ( OS/400 )

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Message : CPA572D
Controller &24 not contacted. Probable configuration problem. (C G R)

Message Long Text :

Cause . . . . . : The received exchange identifier (XID) is not valid. Either the configuration does not agree with the remote system configuration or the remote system may be failing.
Recovery . . . : Do the following:
-- Use the Work with Controller Description (WRKCTLD) command to verify that the type of controller description agrees with the remote system configuration.
-- Have the remote system operator determine if there is any problem at the remote system that could cause this failure.
Then do one of the following:
-- Type C to cancel recovery and to inform any applications that are waiting for an operation that the recovery has been canceled.
-- Type G to start the automatic communications recovery again as defined by the system communications recovery limit (CMNRCYLMT) for line &23.
-- Type R to try the operation one more time.
If the problem continues, report the problem (ANZPRB command).
Possible choices for replying to message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :
C -- Cancel.
G -- Start automatic recovery again.
R -- Try again one more time.
Technical description . . . . . . . . : The error log identifier is &22. The XID is &41.
The error code is &40: The format of the XID that was received is not valid.
For more information on XIDs, see Systems Network Architecture Formats, GA27-3136.

Message File : QCPFMSG
Library Message File : QSYS2924

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