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With introduction of APARs PH08708 and PH08431, messages DSNT376I are suppressed.
These are the sentences:
PH08708 -> When Timeout Exit is called, IRLM may flag that no DSNT376I message should be issued. In this situation IFCID 196 records will still be written but there will be no DSNT376I message on the console for these additional waiters being timed out.
PH08431 -> During this time period, the msgDSN376I will be suppressed while the IFC196 continues to be cut.
Now the db2 DB2MSTR joblog no longer reports all DSNT376I messages that correlate a timeout / deadlock with the contender and therefore it is difficult to quickly identify the origin of the contention.
The QM, in section 2 (View SQLCODE) implements the display of these but also in v330 (expanded with respect to v320) there is no reference with respect to the contender.
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