Definition of 1A6nD-I

 

1A6nD/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A61D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A62D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A63D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A64D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A65D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A66D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A67D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A68D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
1A69D/I UNIT CURRENTLY UNASSIGNABLE
n indicates the field processed when the error was detected.
Cause: The previous ASSGN attempted to assign SYSLOG while a foreground program was
active in the system, or
The previous ASSGN attempted to assign a logical unit to a physical device owned by another
partition, or
No device of the requested type is available.
System Action: If SYSLOG is assigned to a keyboard, the system waits for an operator
response; otherwise, the invalid statement is ignored. If option ACANCEL is in effect together
with the NOLOG command, the system cancels the job.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Issue the MAP command to determine what program is active and which
foreground partition is active, then type IGNORE or press END/ENTER to ignore the assign-
ment, and continue processing, or
Type CANCEL to cancel job, or
Wait until the desired device is available for assignment and resubmit the command.
If the problem recurs, issue the LISTIO command and have the
· output
· log sheet
· MAP output
available for problem determination.





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