4n45I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4145I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4245I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4345I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4445I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4545I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4645I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4745I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4845I TOO MANY EXTENTS
4945I TOO MANY EXTENTS
Cause: More than 3 extent types are specified for an indexed sequential file, or
More than 1 extent has been entered for an IBM-supplied program, or
For DA files, more than 15 extents are specified for a volume with user labels, or
For DA files, more than 16 extents are specified for a volume without user labels, or
For SD files. more than 256 (404 for a 3330 and 3333) extents are specified, or the extent
sequence number exceeds 255 (403 for a 3330 and 3333).
For diskette files. more than 256 extents are specified, or the extent sequence number exceeds
System Action: The job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Remove the extraneous extent type, or
Eliminate excessive extents by increasing the area defined by a single extent, or
For diskette files, eliminate excessive extents by splitting the file.
If the problem recurs. have the
· LSERV output, if standard labels are used
· DLBL and EXTENT cards, if label information is supplied with the program
· console log
· program listing
available for problem determination.
Operator Action: If standard (permanent) labels were used, execute LSERV and return the
output to your programmer.
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