4n44A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4144A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4244A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4344A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4444A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4544A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4644A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4744A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4844A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
4944A OVERLAP ON UNEXPRD FILE
Cause: The EXTENT card limits overlap the extent limits of an unexpired file.
System Action: If SYSLOG has a keyboard, the system waits for an operator response:
otherwise, the job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Compare the high and low extent limits on the EXTENT card or LSERV
output with the file or data space limits on the VTOC display. If the extents overlap, correct
the EXTENT card in error and resubmit the job.
If there is no extent overlap or if the problem recurs after the corrections are made, have the
· EXTENT cards or LSERV output
· VTOC display
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 processing of that
extent and any remaining extents for that file. The job is canceled. Or
Type DSPLYV to obtain a VTOC display, then type DELETE to delete the overlapped file.
Never take this action unless you are told to do so. Under normal operating conditions, the
SYSRES label file should never be deleted. Also, in a multiprogramming system, extents
should never be deleted across partition boundaries.
2. If standard (permanent) labels were used, execute LSERV and return the output to your
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