4n59A/I INVALID EXTENT
4159A/I INVALID EXTENT
4259A/I INVALID EXTENT
4359A/I INVALID EXTENT
4459A/I INVALID EXTENT
4559A/I INVALID EXTENT
4659A/I INVALID EXTENT
4759A/I INVALID EXTENT
4859A/I INVALID EXTENT
4959A/I INVALID EXTENT
Cause: The // LBLTYP statement is missing, or
The extent does not fall within the valid limits for the specified device while processing direct
access or sequential disk files.
This message is issued if the file is assigned to a 2311, and the extents are submitted during
a STDLABEL or PARSTD run for a 2314/2319. a 3330, a 3333, or a 3340.
For a diskette input file, the extent limits in the HDR1 label for the file have been found invalid.
For a diskette output file, this message indicates there are no tracks available on the volume.
System Action: A: If SYSLOG is assigned to a keyboard, the system waits for an operator
or I: the job is canceled.
Programmer Action: Check that the relative track address is correct for the device specified.
For a diskette input file, correct the HDR1 label extent limits for the file. For a diskette output
file, replace the current diskette with one having space available.
If the problem recurs, have the
· job stream
· system log
· printer output
· VTOC display
· LSERV output
available for problem determination.
1. Type CANCEL or CANCELV or press END/ENTER to cancel the job, or
Type DSPLYV to obtain a VTOC dump, then type BYPASS to ignore the extent and
continue processing, or
2. If standard (permanent) labels were used, execute LSERV and return the output to your
I These actions are not applicable for diskette files.
Note: The invalid extent is bypassed permanently and can only be reactivated by a program
with new DLBL and EXTENT information or by rebuilding the standard labelcylinder.
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