Definition of 1C8nD

 

1C8nD END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C81D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C82D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C83D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C84D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C85D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C86D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C87D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C88D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
1C89D END OF EXTENT ON [SYSRDR, SYSIPT, SYSPCH, SYSLST, SYSLNK]
n indicates the field processed when the error was detected.
Cause: a) End of extent or filemark has been reached on the specified logical unit, or
b) OPEN failed on a diskette volume. See message 1A81I.
Note: End of extent on SYSLNK requires that all preceding linkage editor control statements
(including // OPTION CATAL or LINK) be resubmitted.
System Action: a+b) The system waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: a) Submit new extents, close the logical unit, and reassign the file to the
device containing the new extents.
If the problem recurs, have the
· pertinent partition dump
· job stream that created the extents
· LSERV and LISTIO output
· job stream associated with the problem
· log sheet
available for problem determination.
Note: If SYSRDR or SYSIPT is assigned to SYSIN, CLOSE must be given for SYSIN and not
for SYSRDR or SYSIPT.
b) Not applicable
Operator Action: To temporarily recover, close the logical unit and reassign the file to a
non-DASD device unless the logical unit is SYSLNK. Then, execute LVTOC for the volume
containing the referenced file and execute LSERV if standard or permanent labels were used.
Return the output to your programmer.





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