4n41A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4141A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4241A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4341A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4441A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4541A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4641A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4741A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4841A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
4941A/I EXTENT OVERLAP ON VTOC
Cause: An extent limit overlaps the limits of the VTOC.
A: If SYSLOG has a console keyboard, the system waits for an operator response; otherwise,
and I: the job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Execute LVTOC. The Format 4 label (the first label in the VTOC display)
contains the extent limits of the VTOC. If the program being executed uses a temporary label
set and overlaps the VTOC, correct the extent cards that overlap, or
If the job uses standard or partition standard labels, use the LSERV output to correct the
extents of the overlapping file, VSAM data space, or UNIOUE VSAM file; and rebuild the
appropriate label tracks.
If the problem recurs. have the
· VTOC listing
· LSERV output
· job stream
· system log
available for problem determination.
1. Type CANCEL or CANCELV or press END/ENTER to cancel the job. or
Type DSPLYV to obtain a VTOC display, then type BYPASS to bypass the extent that
overlaps the VTOC. Any other response causes an INVALID RESPONSE message.
2. Execute LVTOC for the file in question. If standard (permanent) labels were used, execute
LSERV and return the output of both to your programmer.
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