Definition of 4n43I

 

4n43I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4143I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4243I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4343I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4443I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4543I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4643I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4743I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4843I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
4943I INV EXTENT HI/LO LIMITS
Cause: For an ISAM ADD file or an ISAM ADD-RETRVE or a LOAD EXTENSION file, the
lower limits of the incoming extents do not match the extents within the levels for that file, or
For a RETRVE file, the device specified in the DTFIS does not match with the device on which
the file is loaded, or
For an ISAM RETRVE file, the incoming extents do not match the extents that already exist in
the Format 1 label for the file.
System Action: The job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Check the physical device type against that specified in the DTFIS. If
they do not match (for example, one is a 2311 and the other a 2314), change the DTFIS or
rebuild the file on the correct device, or
Determine the start address of the extent from the LSERV output if standard (permanent)
labels were used, or from the start address of the EXTENT card if temporary labels were used.
Correct the file limits specified on the card to conform to the file.
If the problem recurs, have the
· VTOC display
· LSERV output
· LISTIO output
· job stream
· system log
available for problem determination.
Operator Action: Execute LVTOC to determine the current extents of the file. If standard
(permanent) labels were used, match the extents in the LSERV output with those in the LVTOC
output. If this is not the problem, issue the LISTIO command and return the output to your
programmer.





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