Definition of S105A

 

S105A IN REP CARD INVALID HEX ADDR CODE=xxxxxx
GIVE REPLY, and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY.
Cause: A REP card, containing the indicated invalid hexadecimal address, has been read by
the loader routine in the supervisor.
System Action: The system stops processing and waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Replace the incorrect card with a new REP card and resubmit it, followed by
all remaining cards; then enter R or RETRY to continue processing, or
Enter I or IGNORE to bypass the invalid REP card and continue processing, or
Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job.
After entering your response, press END/ENTER and then INTERRUPT.
S1x0A INTERVENTION REQ DEVICE=cuu
GIVE REPLY, and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY.
Cause: The device whose channel and unit designation is identified in the message has been
addressed by the program and is not in a ready status. The device type is indicated by the
third character in the message number, as follows:
X = 1 -- disk
2 -- magnetic tape
3 -- card
4 -- printer
5 -- console
If the last three characters of the message number are x0A, the system is unable to identify
the device type.
System Action: The system waits for the operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Ready the device to continue processing, or
Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job.
You should then press END/ENTER, followed by INTERRUPT.
S1x1 EQUIPMENT CHECK DEVICE=cuu
CSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
ddddddddd
HARD—STOP
GIVE REPLY, and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY.
Cause: This is probably a hardware error. The indicated device may have had an internal error
or dropped, possibly only momentarily, from the ready status during a data transfer operation.
The message displays the following information, if available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
The device type is indicated by the third character in the message number, as follows:
x = 2 -— magnetic tape
3 -- card device
4 -— printer
5 -- console
System Action: If the suffix to the message number is W, the system enters the wait state.
In the case of an A suffix, the system stops processing and waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: For a W suffix to the message number, re—lPL to restart the system. If the
error persists, notify the IBM customer engineer.
For an A-suffix to the message number,
Correct the condition which caused the error, ready the I/O device and enter R or RETRY to
continue processing, or
Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job.
After entering your response, press END/ENTER and then INTERRUPT.
S1x2 BUSOUT CHECK DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD STOP
GIVE REPLY. and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY.
Cause: A unit check, caused by a parity error, occurred on the indicated device. This is
probably a hardware error.
The message displays the following information, if available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
The device type is indicated by the third character in the message number as follows:
x = 1 -— disk
2 -- magnetic tape
3 —- ca rd device
4 -- printer
5 —- console
System Action: If the suffix to the message number is W, the system enters the wait state.
In the case of an A-suffix, the system stops processing and waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: For a W—suffix to the message number. re-IPL to restart the system. If the
error persists, notify the IBM customer engineer.
For an A-suffix to the message number:
Perform any manual recovery procedures implied for the particular I/O unit and ready the
device. Enter R or RETRY to continue processing, or
Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job.
After entering your response, press END/ENTER and then INTERRUPT.
S1x3W COMMAND REJECT DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD-STOP
Cause: The specific channel command was rejected as being illegal for the device attached to
the indicated channel and unit number. The message displays the following information, if
available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
The device type is indicated by the third character in the message number, as follows:
x = 1 -- disk
2 -— magnetic tape
3 -- card device
4 -- printer
5 -- console
System Action: The system enters a wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: In most cases the operator should obtain a memory dump and return the
printer and console output to the IBM customer engineer. To restart the system, re-IPL.
S1x4W OVERRUN DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
ddddddddd
HARD-STOP
Cause: A unit check caused by a channel overrun occurred. This is probably a hardware error.
The message displays the following information, if available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
The device type is indicated by the third character in the message number, as follows:
x = 2 -- magnetic tape
3 -— card device
4 -- printer
5 -- console
System Action: The system enters the wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: To restart the system, re-IPL. If the error persists, notify the IBM customer
engineer.
S1x5A LOAD POINT DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
GIVE REPLY, and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY
x=2 to indicate magnetic tape.
Cause: Load point has been encountered on an input magnetic tape in the indicated channel
and unit during execution of the error recovery procedure. This usually occurs during back
spaceing for a tape cleaning operation. The message displays the following information, if
available. in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
System Action: The system stops processing and waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job.
Then press END/ENTER and INTERRUPT.
Clean the tape drive, remount the tape, IPL and re-start the job.
S1x6 DATA CHECK DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
ddddddddd
HARD-STOP
GIVE REPLY, and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY.
Cause: An uncorrectable parity error or an invalid character has been detected during a data
transfer operation on the indicated device.
The message displays the following information, if available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
The device type is indicated by the third character in the message number as follows:
x = 2 -- magnetic tape
3 -- card device
4 -- printer
5 -- console
System Action: If the suffix to the message number is W, the system enters the wait state.
In the case of an A-suffix, the system stops processing and waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: For a W-suffix to the message number, re-IPL to restart the system. If the
error persists, notify the IBM customer engineer. For an A-suffix to the message number:
Perform any manual recovery procedure implied for the particular device (e.g., repunch an input
data card to eliminate an invalid character) and ready the device.
Enter R or RETRY to continue processing, or
Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job.
After entering your response, press END/ENTER and then INTERRUPT.
S1x7A NON COMPATIBILITY DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE==dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
GIVE REPLY. and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY.
x=2 to indicate magnetic tape
Cause: Incompatibility has been detected between the magnetic tape characteristics specified
in the ASSGN card for this device and those encountered on the indicated input tape. The
incompatible characteristics could be density, parity or number of tracks. The message
displays the following information, if available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
System Action: The system stops processing and waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Mount the correct tape and enter R or RETRY to continue processing, or
Prepare a new ASSGN card which properly describes the characteristics of the tape to be
processed. Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job; re-IPL to restart the system and re-run the
job.
After entering your response, press END/ENTER and then INTERRUPT.
S1x8W PERSIST WRITE ERROR DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD-STOP
x=2 to indicate magnetic tape
Cause: A persistent write error has occurred on the indicated magnetic tape which the error
recovery procedure cannot correct. The message displays the following information, if
available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
System Action: The system enters the wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Replace the magnetic tape which caused the error. Ensure that cleaning
procedures for the tape drives are being carried out. To restart the system, re—lPL. If the error
recurs, notify the IBM customer engineer.
S1x9W WORD COUNT ZERO DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD-STOP
x=2 to indicate magnetic tape
Cause: A magnetic tape hardware error has occurred on the indicated device. No data
transfer occurred during the last tape operation. The message displays the following informa-
tion, if available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address if the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
System Action: The system enters the wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: ln most cases the operator should obtain a memory dump and return the
printer and console output to the IBM customer engineer. To restart the system, re-IPL.
S1xBW NOISE RECORD DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD-STOP
x=2 to indicate magnetic tape
Cause: A record less than 12 characters in length has been encountered on the indicated
magnetic tape. The message displays the following information, if available, in hexadecimal
notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
System Action: The system enters the wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: To restart the system, re—lPL. Ensure that tape drive cleaning procedures
are being carried out.
S1xCA FILE PROTECTED DEVICE=cuu
GIVE REPLY. and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY.
x - 2 to indicate magnetic tape
Cause: A write command was issued to the indicated magnetic tape drive that contains a reel
from which the file protect ring has been removed.
System Action: The system stops processing and waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: A tape, with a file protect ring inserted, must be mounted on the tape drive;
enter R or RETRY to continue processing, or
Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job.
After entering your response, press END/ENTER and then INTERRUPT.
S1xEW DEVICE NOT ATTACHED DEVlCE=cuu
CCSW- aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR - cccccc
SENSE - dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD-STOP
Cause: The channel and unit number addressed by the program is not available on the
system, or the device is switched into the disabled mode. The message displays the following
information, if available. in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
The device type is indicated by the third character in the message number, as follows:
x = 2 -- magnetic tape
3 -- card device
4 -- printer
5 -— console
System Action: The system enters the wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Correct the device assignment which addressed the invalid channel and unit
number, or switch the device into the enabled mode. To restart the system, re-IPL.
S1xFW PERMANENT ERROR DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD-STOP
x=1 to indicate disk
Cause: A permanent hardware error has occurred during a disk I/0 operation on the indicated
device. The message displays the following information, if available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
System Action: The system enters the wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: In most cases the operator should obtain a memory dump and return the
printer and console output to the IBM customer engineer. To restart the system, re-IPL.
S1xGW I/O ERROR DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD-STOP
Cause: An I/O error has occurred during an operation on the indicated device. It cannot be
corrected by the error recovery procedure. The message displays the following information, if
available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
The device type is indicated by the third character in the message number as follows:
x = 1 -- disk
3 -- card reader
5 -- console
System Action: The system enters the wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: To restart the system, re-IPL. If the error persists, notify the IBM customer
engineer.
S1xHA WRITE INHIBITED DEVICE=cuu
GIVE REPLY, and/or END/ENTER and INTRPT KEY
x=1 to indicate disk
Cause: A write command was issued to the indicated disk drive on which the write—inhibit
switch is set to allow reading only.
System Action: The system stops processing and waits for an operator response.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: Change the switch setting on the device to allow both reading and writing
and enter R or RETRY (or enter no reply) to continue processing, or
Enter C or CANCEL to cancel the job.
After entering your response, press END/ENTER and then INTERRUPT.
S1xJW BAD TRCK CCCHH=ccchh DEVICE=cuu
CCSW=aa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb CCB ADDR=cccccc
SENSE=dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
dddddddd
HARD-STOP
x=1 to indicate disk
Cause: A permanent disk read or write error has occurred on the indicated device. The
message displays the following information, if available, in hexadecimal notation:
aa is the last channel command code executed by the system
b...b is the channel status word
c...c is the address of the command control block
d...d is up to 24 bytes of sense information
c...h is the defective cylinder and track number
System Action: The system enters the wait state.
Programmer Action: none.
Operator Action: To restart the system, re—lPL. If the error at this physical address on the
disk persists, the DOS/VS utility Assign Alternate Track should be run, permanently assigning
an alternate track to replace the defective one.





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