1L0nD/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L01D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L02D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L03D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L04D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L05D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L06D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L07D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L08D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
1L09D/I INVALID LABEL SYNTAX
n indicates the field processed when the error was detected.
Cause: Expiration date is earlier than creation date in DLBL statement, or
in EXTENT statement:
Type operand in EXTENT and disk label are in conflict, or
Type 1 was not specified for 3540.(DLBL Code= DU).
Type and sequence number operands in EXTENT are in conflict, or
Lower and upper bin numbers are not equal for the 2321, or
Upper limit exceeds the maximum allowable amount, or
Lower limit is greater than upper limit, or
For split extents (type 128) lower head number is greater than upper head number, or
Sequence number exceeds:
403 for a 3330 or 3333
347 for a 3340 with a 3348 Mod. 35
695 for a 3340 with a 3348 Mod. 70
255 for all other devices, or
Lower or upper extent is zero.
Message 1L0nI is issued if the input is from SYSRDR, NOLOG was specified, and a job is in
System Action: If message 1L0nD is issued and SYSLOG is assigned to a keyboard, the
system waits for an operator response; otherwise, the invalid command is ignored. If message
1L0nI was issued, the job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Correct the invalid statement and resubmit the job.
Operator Action: Correct invalid statement, or
Type CANCEL to cancel job.
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