JNLRECTYPE, Journal record type does not match expected type
Run Time Error: This indicates that when GT.M tried to open the journal file as part of an M update, the end of the journal file as indicated by the journal-file-header did not contain an EOF journal record implying that the journal file is either damaged or corrupted. This message follows a JNLOPNERR message, which indicates the journal file name and the corresponding region. GT.M automatically attempts to create a new journal file and errors out if the attempt does not succeed, in which case the intended update is not reflected in the database and journal.
Action: To reestablish durability, perform a MUPIP BACKUP that switches to a new set of journal files consistent with the database.