Definition of 4n49I

 

4n49I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4149I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4249I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4349I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4449I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4549I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4649I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4749I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4849I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
4949I DATA TRACK LIMIT INVALID
Cause: The indexed sequential prime data area does not start at track 0, or
The upper limit does not end on
track 9 for a 2311
track 19 for a 2314/2319/2321
track 18 for a 3330/3333
track 11 for a 3340
The label set is for an indexed sequential load file (ISC), but the DTF specifies
IOROUT=ADDRTRVE.
System Action: The job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Verify that the indexed sequential prime data area begins on track 0 and
ends on track 9 for a 2311, track 18 for a 3330 and 3333. or track 19 for a 2314, 2319, or
2321. If the EXTENT information was submitted using standard (permanent) labels, use the
LSERV output to check the extent information for the file in this dump. Correct the extent
cards or rebuild the label cylinder, and resubmit the job.
If the problem recurs, have the
· LSERV output
· system log
· job stream
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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