Definition of 0I30I


0I30I DATE=../../..,CLOCK=../../..,ZONE=xxxx/../..
where xxxx is either EAST or WEST, and ../../.. is the date and time in decimal notation.
Cause: The system prints these values during the first IPL procedure after power-on if
time-of-day clock support is provided, so that the operator may check them.
System Action: The system issues the message 0I10A GIVE IPL COMMANDS and enters a
wait state. The information stays in the system until the next 'power off'. After that message
0I30I appears again.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: If the values given in the message are satisfactory, type in a SET command
without parameters. If date or time-of-day are not satisfactory, give a SET command with
DATE and CLOCK parameters. If none of the values correspond to those required, give a
complete SET command. In either of the latter cases, press ENABL SET at the time specified
in the CLOCK parameter of the SET command.

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