TDP1375 LOGICAL-HOST nnnnn (X'xxxx') IS BEING USED BY ANOTHER TDP
After starting the first CP or NP for the TDP, it was found that another TDP is already using the indicated Logical-host id, displayed in both decimal, as configured on the Teradata Database, and hexadecimal, as an aid to diagnosing any improper Logical-host id.
When starting the first CP or NP for a TDP the use of a Logical-host id is serialized so that multiple TDPs do not use the same Logical-host. Under MVS, TDP issues a conditional ENQ using the Logical-host id. If the ENQ fails, it means that another TDP executing under this MVS system has already started a CP or NP with the same Logical-host id. Under these circumstances, TDP issues this message and stops the CP or NP. All Logical-hosts in all Teradata Databases connected to the same operating system image must have unique Logical-host ids.
Ensure that the CP or NP specified is correct If not, reissue the command, specifying the correct CP or NP. Otherwise, determine why another TDP is using the Logical-host and take appropriate corrective action.