0T20E PAGE FRAME ddddddd DELETED[, MAIN PAGE POOL SIZE IS xxxK.]
where xxx is a decimal value
Cause: The supervisor has deleted a page frame at address dddddd. This is probably a
hardware error. If the full message text is printed, the page frame deleted is in the main page
pool. The new size of the main page pool is now xxxK bytes.
If the second part of the message is not printed, the error occurred in a page frame released
to the page pool by a previous reallocation as a result of a permanent (hardware detected)
System Action: The task using that page frame is terminated. Processing continues.
Programmer Action: Check the MAP command output to see whether the main page pool is large
enough. Minimum page pool sizes are given in DOS/VS System Management Guide, GC33-5371.
Operator Action: Issue the MAP command and turn the MAP command output over to your system
programmer. If necessary, he will instruct you to re—allocate partitions so that the main page pool is large
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