FS008-S Communications Initialization Failure. An error has occurred when the Fileshare Server initialized CCI or the Fileshare Server was unable to perform the CCI call
because the required operating system and/or Micro Focus communication support modules are not available. This error can also
indicate a problem with the network setup on the machine (for example, the required drivers have not been loaded).
FS011-W Communications send failure. The Fileshare Server encountered a communications error when it tried to return the result of an I-O operation to a Fileshare
Client. This can imply that there is a problem with the network or that the Fileshare Client process terminated abnormally.
FS012-W Communications disconnect failure. The Fileshare Server tried to drop the connection with the Fileshare Client, but the communications system returned an error.
The Fileshare Server tries to disconnect from Fileshare Clients when:
FS013-W Communications receive error. An unexpected error occurred while receiving information from the communications system. This error implies a problem with
the network software or hardware because a message has been received but could not be processed correctly.
FS014-W Communications data length not as expected. The information sent from the Fileshare Client to the Fileshare Server includes a check on the amount of information that
is being sent. This error occurs when the amount of data received by the Fileshare Server is not the same as the amount sent
by the Fileshare Client.
FS016-S The parameter "text " is invalid. The parameter has been recognized as a valid parameter, but the option specified for that parameter is not valid. For example,
the /o (omit) parameter has been specified, but the option is not t (transaction processing), l (rollforward recovery logging) or s (sequence number checking).
FS019-S Log file corrupt - can't read header. Each record written to the recovery log file has a marker indicating the type of data contained in the record. This error
indicates that the required header record at the beginning of the log file was not found. This implies that the log file has
become corrupt, which can happen, for example, if the system crashed while records were being written to the recovery log
FS020-S The log file does not match the database sequence numbers - recovery aborted. Each index file (not C-ISAM) and all variable length record files have (by default) a sequence number stored in the header
of the file. A corresponding sequence number is stored in the log file. Checks are made between the sequence numbers in the
file headers and the log file to help ensure that the recovery process proceeds successfully.
FS027-S A second log file parameter has been found. While processing the database reference file, a second log file parameter was found. There should only ever be one log file
specified in the database reference file and this error indicates that the database reference file is corrupt or has been
changed without using the Database Reference File Maintenance Utility.
FS028-W The log file shows the last session was not shut down successfully. When the Fileshare Server shuts down successfully, the last record written to the recovery log file is a special record that
marks the end of the recovery log file. This message indicates that the Fileshare Server could not find the special, last
record when it opened the log file, suggesting that the log file was not closed in a controlled manner, probably due to a
system crash. The log file could have been opened either to append to or read from in order to perform a rollforward recovery.
FS031-I Record lock time-out failure on user : user. A record lock time-out has occurred on the user indicated. This is due to the user holding a lock on a record for a period
of time longer than the record lock time-out period, when another user is trying to access that locked record.
FS035-S A database reference file must be specified. The Database Reference File Maintenance Utility has been invoked, however the name of the database reference file to use has
not been specified using the /d parameter. For example, the parameter /f (filename), /l (log filename), /fs (file string) or /backup (backup directory) has been used to invoke the Database Reference File Maintenance Utility but a /d option has not been specified
to supply the name of the database reference file.
FS038-S A matching sequence number not found in filename. This error message is displayed when the sequence number in the header of the named file does not match the sequence number
in the rollforward recovery log file. See the section Database Sequence Numbering in the chapter Database Integrity for full
details of database sequence numbering works.
FS039-S Improperly closed file - filename. The Fileshare Server has found that the file indicated has been marked as corrupt because it was not closed correctly. This
implies that the file was not closed in a controlled manner and that the Fileshare Server last accessing the file terminated
FS041-S Unable to update the sequence number in the file filename. The Fileshare Server was unable to update the sequence number in the header of the file specified. The sequence number in
the header of this file cannot be relied on and hence messages relating to incorrect sequence numbers can be ignored. However,
careful checks should be made to ensure that the correct version of the file are in place when starting the Fileshare Server
or performing a rollforward recovery.
FS043-S The database reference file contains an invalid entry. The Fileshare Server has found data in the database reference file which is not as expected. This implies that the database
reference file has been changed without using the Database Reference File Maintenance Utility or that the database reference
file is corrupt in some way.
FS044-S Error reading the database reference file. An error was encountered when reading the database reference file. The file was successfully opened by the Fileshare Server.
This message implies that the file is corrupt or that a disk I/O error occurred. Alternatively, if the database reference
file is on a remote drive, a network error could have occurred.
FS045-W Duplicate filename specified in the database reference file. A duplicate filename was found when the Fileshare Server processed the database reference file. This message implies that
the database reference file has been modified, but not using the Database Reference File Maintenance Utility. A given filename
should appear only once in the database reference file.