Definition of 1P0nD

 

1P0nD INVALID ALLOCATION
1P01D INVALID ALLOCATION
1P02D INVALID ALLOCATION
1P03D INVALID ALLOCATION
1P04D INVALID ALLOCATION
1P05D INVALID ALLOCATION
1P06D INVALID ALLOCATION
1P07D INVALID ALLOCATION
1P08D INVALID ALLOCATION
1P09D INVALID ALLOCATION
n indicates the field processed when the error was detected.
Cause: An allocation was attempted that:
· Would cause an active background or foreground area to be reduced or result in less than
64K for processing in any virtual partition, or
· Would cause an SVA to be reduced or result in less than 64K, or
· Would take storage space from the background area currently in use for label storage, or
· Would cause the relocation of an active program, or
· Would not leave 16K for the page pool; or
· ATTN routine allocation was attempted that would decrease the background area.
System Action: If SYSLOG is assigned to a keyboard, the system waits for an operator
response; otherwise, the invalid command is ignored.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Type valid allocation command.





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