This may be a hint:  
https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSLTBW_2.3.0/com.ibm.zos.v2r3.bpxb200/tranreq.htm

Use the PARM= parameter of the z/OS UNIX colony address space. To set transport 
affinity for the NFS Client or DFS Client, use the PARM= keyword of the EXEC 
statement that starts BPXVCLNY in the colony address space procedure as follows:
//MVSCLNT EXEC PGM=BPXVCLNY,TIME=1440,PARM=TP(TPNAME)Copy
where the PARM=value is the following:
All in uppercase
Starts with "TP("
TPNAME is the left-aligned, 1-to-8-character name of the desired transport
If PARM= is specified and does not conform to these rules, the colony is 
terminated by an EC6 abend with a reason code of 11BE8039. When CINET is 
configured on the system and the specified transport is not configured under 
CINET, the colony is terminated by an EC6 abend with a reason code of 11BE803A. 
In either case, the colony can be restarted after the procedure is corrected by 
replying to the operator prompt that is issued.

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Dave - now I have the following

IEF450I MVSNFSC MVSNFSC - ABEND=SEC6 U0000 REASON=11BE8039

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Steve,


I could be mistaken, but its only necessary to issue that command if you are 
running NFS Client.  It sounds to me like you configured/started the z/OS NFS 
server, in which case I believe you just recycle the task.

We only run the NFS client, and that is how we shutdown MVSNFSC task.
Restarting that task is the SET OMVS command you mention, and that restarts 
just the Client.

RTFM says
https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSLTBW_2.1.0/com.ibm.zos.v2r1.id
an400/sts.htm


P NFS or F NFS,STOP, or F NFS,SHUTDOWN
S NFS to start

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I was forced to STOP NFS (See Below) because of a RACF definition problem

 

F OMVS,STOPPFS=NFS



Now when I SET OMVS=MC  I get this message

 


BPXF011I A FILE SYSTEM WITH FILESYSTYPE OR SUBFILESYSTYPE NFS 114       
FAILED TO INITIALIZE.                                                   
A DUPLICATE FILESYSTYPE/SUBFILESYSTYPE STATEMENT WAS FOUND IN PARMLIB   
MEMBER                                                                  
BPXPRMMC.                      

 

Anyone have any idea how to remediate this problem



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