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Systems

I BM Virtual Machine
Facility /370:
System Messages
Release 6 PLC 17
This publication contains messages and codes that may
be encountered when using IBM Virtual Machine
Facility/370 (VM/370). Conditions which generate
these messages and codes are explained, the resulting
system action is described, and appropriate responses
are suggested.
In addition, this publication contains information on
VM/370 Basic System Extensions Program Product,
Program No. 5748-XX8, and VM/370 System Extensions
Program Product, Program No. 5748-XE1.

-

-.....- ----=- -- _.==-~
------~~

- -=

I.!elfth Editi21! (lpril 1981)
This is a major revision of, and obsoletes GC20-1808-10 and applies to
Service Level 617 of the IB! virtual Machine Facility/370 and to all
subsequent releases until otherwise indicated in new editions or
Technical Newsletters. Technical changes and additions to text and
illustrations are indicated by a vertical bar to the left of the change.
Changes are periodically made to the information contained herein;
before using this publication in connection with the operation of IB!
systems, consult the I~ system/370 Bibliography, Order No. GC20-0001,
for the editions that are applicable and current.
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information about, IB! ~roducts (machines and programs), programming, or
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information you supply.

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Copyright International Business Machines corporation
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1972, 1913,

Preface

This publication is a reference manual designed
for all users. It contains both messages and
codes produced by the
IBM Virtual Machine
Facility/370 ('M/370).

•

This publication contains
four sections:
Introduction, Codes, Messages, and Appendixes.

The use of display terminals is applicable to
VM/370 supported system consoles used in
display mode only.

The "Introdllction" contains:
•
•
•

•
•
•
•
•
•

Information pertaining to the IBft 3284 or IBft
3286 printers includes any printers used for
the display terminal copy function unless
otherwise noted.

The format of messages V8/370 generates
Syntax conventions this publication uses
CP problem determination procedures

The codes
catagories:

are divided

into

the

following

Return codes
CP wait state codes
Loader wait state codes
RSCS wait state codes
CP abend codes
CMS abend codes

The message section of
divided as follows:

this publication

Control Program (CP) Messages

•

Conversational ftonitor System (CftS) Messages

•

Remote
Spooling
(RSCS) Messages

•

Interactive
Messages

~

IBCDASDI Virtual Disk
Messages

Communication
Control

Subsystem

System

•

"3330" refers to the IBft 3330 Disk storage,
Models 1, 2, or 11i the IBft 3333 Disk Storage
and Control, Models 1 or 11; and the IBft 3350
Direct Access Storage operating in 3330/3333
ftodel 1 or 3330/3333 ftodel 11 compa tibili ty
mode.

•

"370x" refers to IBft 3704
Communications Controllers.

•

"3705" refers to the 3705 I and
unless otherwise noted.

•

"FB-512" refers to the 3310 and the 3370
Direct Access Storage Devices. These devices
are only supported by the Vft/370 System
Extensions Program Product.

and

IBft

3705

is

•

Problem

"3270" refers to a series of display devices,
that are supported as Vft/370 terminal display
stations.
A specific device type is used
only when a distinction is required between
device types.

(IPCS)

the 3705 II

PREREQUISITE PUBLICATIONS

Initialization Program

The appendixes contain:
•

Co.mand-to-Message Cross-Reference

•

Message Summary
Identifier

•

Message-to-Module Cross-Reference

•

Message
Text-to-ftessage
Cross-Reference

•

'ft/370 Restrictions

Alphamerically

by

ftessage

CP Command Reference
No. GC20-1820

!g~ Geng~~!

y§er§, Order

Operator's Guide, Order No. GC20-1806
Identifier

•

Spooling

Communicati9~§

Use~~ Guig~,

SUbsystem
Order No. GC20-1816

Interactive Problem Con!~Q! ~~§!gI
Users Guide, Order No. GC20-1823.

References to a standalone du.p occur in
various messages in this publication.
One such
program is the BPS
Storage Print program,
Program No. 360P-UT-056.
The following terms in this
defined as follows:

Reao!g
(RSCS)

aPCS)

COREQUISITE PUBLICATIONS

publication are

"270x" refers to IBft 2701, 2702, and 2703
Transmission Control units or the Integrated
Communications
Adapter
(ICA)
on
the
System/370, Model 135.

~l§!g!

Programmer's

Order

No.

Preface

iii

GC20-1807

Also corequisite are programmer's guides to the
various language processors. For anyone who
uses the CMS ESERV command under CMS/DOS, the
iuide to
!£~
~OS/V§
Assembler,
Order No.
GC33-4024, is a corequisite because it contains
all the ESERV error messages.
The access
method services
(IDC-prefix)
messages, the access method services return and
reason codes, and the VSAM error codes are
contained in the DOS/VSE Messages, Order No.
GC33-5379.
Error messages issued by the OS/VS and DOS/VS
Analysis program-1
(AP-1) are described in the
Q~VS
and DOSLVS
Analysis program-1
(!P-l)
Q2§r's Guid!. Order No. GC26-3855.

iv

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Messages received at the operator's cODsole
of the OS/VS virtual machine used in support of
the Mass Storage System (MSS) are documented in
the OS/V~ Message Library: ~~ ~j:9,Ia~! nstn
(MSS) ~~§~g~, Order No. GC38-1000.
The OS/VS EREP messages that are issued in
the V"1370 CBS environment are documented in the
Q.§LVS, ,gOSL!SE, VK/37,Q !REf ~!sS!g~§, Order: No.
GC38-104S-1.
Messages issued by the DOS/VS Sort/fterge
Version
2
program product,
57.6-S"2
are
described
in DOS/V~
Sor1lBe~g!
!!~si~
~
Prog~a.m~~ iuide, Order No. SC33-4044.

~ ~HIS

PUBLICATION

This publication contains messages for the following:
•

VM/370 System Control program, Program Number 5749-010

•

V8/370 Basic
574S-XXS

•

VK/370 System Extensions Program product, Program Number 514S-XE1

System

Extensions

Program

Product,

Program

Number

significant information pertaining to the program products is identified
by the following delimiters.

r-------------------------------------------------------------------,
I
I

- - - (Basic System Extensions) - - This is an example.

- - - (System Extensions)
This is an example.

!essaqe text not carrying
System Control program.

any qualifiers

is part

of the

base V8/370

Note to !~LJ70 ~vste~ Extensions Program Product Users: Information
identified as VK/370 Basic System Extensions information is also part of
the VK/310 System Extensions Program Product.

Preface

v

vi

IBM VM/370 System Kessages

Contents

SUMMARY OF AMENDMENTS.

.U

INTRODUCTION • • • • •
.. 1
VM/370 Message Format. •
• • •• • .1
Unnumbered Responses •
• • • • • .1
Displaying Messages At The Terminal. • • .2
special Message Fa~ility • • • • • • • .2
Syntax Conventions • • •
• • • • • .2
CP Problem Determination •
• .3
General User Action. •
• .0 3,
System Operator Action
.... 3
SYSTEM CODES • • • • • •
.5
Return Codes • • • • • • •
• .5
Return Codes Produced by the CP DIRECT
Command • • • • • • • •
• ••••• 6
Sample Return Code from a CP Command •• 6
Return Codes Produced by the CMS DDR
Command. • • • • • • •
• ••••• 6
Return Codes Produced by IPCS. •
• .6
CP Wait State Codes. • •
• .7
Loader Wait State Codes.
10
RSCS wait State Codes. • •
12
C P Abend Codes • • • • •
13
System Operator Action •
• 13
System Programmer Action • •
13
CMS Abend Codes. •
• 35
User Action. • • •
• 35
CONTROL PROGRAM (CP) MESSAGES.

• 41

CONVERSATIONAL MONITOR SYSTE! (C!S)
MESSAGES. • •
EDIT Messages.
EXEC Messages.
DEBUG Messages

.105
.176
.180
• 181

REMOTE SPOOLING COMMUNICATIONS
SUBSYSTEM CRSCS) MESSAGES ••

•• 183

IBCDASDI VIRTUAL DISK INITIALIZATION
PROGRAM MESSAGES • • • • • • • • • • • • 201

INTERACTIVE PROBLEM CONTROL SYSTEM
(IPCS) MESSAGES. • • • • • •
• •• 207
APPENDIX A. COMMAND-TO-MESSAGE
CROSS-REFERENCE • •
CP Message Summary •
CMS Message Su.mary ••
RSCS Message Summary •
IPCS Message Summary •

.213
.213
.227
.243
.2'0

APPENDIX B. MESSAGE SUMMARY
ALPBAMERICALLY BY MESSAGE IDENTIFIER •• 249
CP Messages Summary.
.249
CMS Message Summary.
• •• 263
RSCS Message Summary •
.278
.281
IPCS Message Summary •
APPENDIX C. !ESSAGE-TO-MODULE
CROSS-REFERENCE • •
CP Message Summary •
CMS Message Summary.
RSCS Message Summary •
IPCS Message Summary •

.283
• • • • 283
.288
•• 293
.294

APPENDIX D. MESSAGE TEXT-TO-MESSAGE
IDENTIFIER CROSS-REFERENCE.
.295
.295
CP Message Summary • •
CMS Message Summary.
• • • • • 311
RSCS Message Summary •
• • • • 328
IPCS Message Summary • • 10
.331
APPENDIX E. V~/370 RESTRICTIONS..
..333
Dynamically Modified Channel Programs •• 333
Minidisk Restrictions. • • • • • • •
.333
Timing Dependencies. • • • • • • • •
.335
Processor Model-Dependent Functions •
.336
Channel Model-Dependent Functions.
.337
Virtual Machine Characteristics. • • •• 337
MSS Restrictions • • • • • • • • • • •• 339
CMS Restrictions • • • • •
• •• 340
Miscellaneous Restrictions
.342
INDEX. • • • • • • • • • •

.345

Conte nts

vii

FIGURES
Figure

1.

Figure

2.

Fiqure
Figure

3.
4.

Figure

5.

Figure

6.

!ig'!!:,~

..,

Figure

8.

viii

Types and Meanings of
Severity Codes •••••••••••••••• 1
Syntax Abbrieviations
Used •••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2
CP Error Message Nu.bers •••••• 3
Return Codes Produced by
the CP DIRECT Co •• and ••••••••• 6
Example of a CP IIIK
Co •• and •••••• ~ •••••••••••••••• 6
Return Codes Produced by
the CMS DDR Co •• and ••••••••••• 6
('P !BF!lL' ('"..:t~~. _ •... ,
1t~
CKS ABEND Codes •••••••••••••• 36

IBK VM/370 System Messages

Su.aary of Aaendaents
for GC20-1808-11
V!/370 Service Level 617

!ISCELLAREOUS
Chan~:

Documentation only

This
aajor revision
incorporates
technical and editorial changes.

minor

Su.aary of lliendaents

ix'

Su •• ary of Amendments
for GC20-l808-10
as Updated by GN25-079Q
V!/370 Service Level 609

V!/PASS-THROUGH FACILITY
I~:

Existing Messages Issued by New Module

Program and Documentation
DKSPRE002E FILE 'fn ft fll' NOT FOUND

V!/370 supports the V"/Pass-Through Facility
which allows a user to interactively access
rellote systems.

D!SPRE109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED

New Messages

DKSPBE183E INVALID CONTROL FILE CONTROL CARD

D!KDIA206E CANNOT CONNECT TO HOST VIRTUAL
!ACHINE
ruSCELLANEOUS
D!KLOG206E CANNOT CONNECT TO HOST VIRTUAL
filACHINE
D!SPRE234E ERROR IN LOAD LIST FILE 'fn ft
fn' NO INPUT
DfilSPRE235E ERROR 'n' IN INPUT TEXT FILE
'fn ft [f.)'
DMSPRE236E UNRESOLVED EXT!RNAL REFERENCE(S)
ENCOUNTERED
DfilSPRE237E DUPLICATE EXTERNAL SY!BOL(S)
ENCOUNTERED
D!SPRE238E PRELOADER PROC!SSING ERROR

x

IBM V!/370 System Messages

!~:

Documentation only

New Message
DMSZAP2491 DUMMY LOG ENTRY IN FILE 'fn
ZAPLOG fm'

Su=.ary of Amendments
for GC20-l808-10
As Updated by GN25-0485
VM/370 Release 6 PLC 4

CP DUHP SERVICES FOR VIRTUAL MACHINES
!ew: Program and Documentation
V!/370 supports the V!DUMP command to dnmp
the virtual machine storage. The dUllp must
process
the VM/370
Interactive
Problem
Control System Extension Program Product, or
it can be processed
by a user written
routine.

New Kessages
DMKVHD038E

New 8essage
D8KMCT623I

CHANNEL
SET
PROCESSOR nn

CORNECTED

TO

Changed Message
D8KCPU192E

VARY PROCESSOR COMMAND FAILED

New CP Wait State Code
016

Channel-set switching inactive.

PARAKETER parameter FOR option
OPTION KISSING OR INVALID
MULTIPLE SERVICE RECORD FILES

DMKVHD1~61

DUMP FAILED: SPOOLING ERROR
!~:

Program and Documentation

Existing Messages Issued by New Module
DMKVMD009E
DMKVMD013E
DMKVMD020E
DMKVMD033E
DMKVKD053E
DMKVMD160E

INVALID RANGE - range
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC KISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

New CP Command
VMDU!!P

New support is provided to allow V8/370
initialization processinq to read frames from
II ul ti pIe SR F devices.•
Changed 8essages
D8KIOH559W
DMKIOH56OW
DMKIOH561W

SRF cuu NOT ACCESSIBLE; FRAMES
NOT ON ERROR CYLINDERS
ERRORS ON SRF cuu:
FRAME NOT
ON ERROR CYLINDERS
MORE THAN 50 MCH OR CCH FRAMES
WERE READ FROM SRF cuu

New Abend Code
Module Splits
V!D001

DMKIOG splits into DMKIOG and DMKIOH
CHANNEL-SET SiITCHING
MI SC ELLA NEO US
!ew: Program and Documentation
Changed: Documentation only
V8/370's
use
of
Channel-set
switching
increases
processor
recoverability
and
availability. Channel-set switching permits
a set of channels to be switched from one
processor to another.

Several messages have been added and altered
to support APARs. In addition, several minor
literary and editorial changes have been
made.

Summary of Allendllents

xi

xii

IBH V"/370 System !essages

Introduction

This section describes:
Routine
•
•
•

The format messages VM/370 generates.
syntax conventions used in this publication.
CP problem determination procedures.

VM/370 Message Format

CMS
I
Commandsl

VM/370 generates messages
from the Control
Program (CP), the Conversational Monitor System
(CMS),
the Bemote
Spooling
Communications
Subsystem (RSCS), and the Interactive Problem
Control System (IPCS).
consist of a message identifier and
message text. The
identifier (for example,
DMKCQG020E) uniquely identifies the message. The
text is a short phrase or sentence describing a
condition that has occurred or requesting a
response from the user.
~essages

The message identifier
consists of four
fields: a com?onent code, a module code, a
message number, and a type code. The format of
the message identifier is:

is the
component code.
prefixed as follows:
•
•
•
•

I
I
I
I
I

BSCS
I
Comllandsl
I
I
I
I

IPCS
I
Commandsl
I
I

Service I
Routines I
I

xxxmllllnnns

xxx

I Code I
1--1
CP
I A
I
Commandsl I
I
I i
I
I E
I

Messages

are

I
I

Heaning
Immediate physical action
Information
Warning 2£ System Wait
Error

R
I
W
E

S
T

Besponse
Information
warning
Error
Severe error
Terminal (unrecoverable)
error

B
I
E
S
T

Besponse
Informa tion
Error
Severe error
Terminal (unrecoverable)
error

B
I
E
S

Besponse
Information
Error
Severe Error

A
D
E
I

Immediate physical action
Immediate decision
Eventual action
In forma tion
System wait

W

Figure 1. Types and Meanings of Severity Codes

CP messages -- DHK
CMS messages -- DRS
BSCS messages -- DMT
IPCS messages -- IPCS

UNNUBBERED RESPONSES

mmm

is the module code,
three letters that
indicate
which
module
generated
the
message.
This
field is
usually
an
abbreviation of the name of the module in
which t he error occurred.

nnn

is the message number, three digits
are associated with the condition
caused the message to be generated.

s

is the

that
that

type code, a letter that indicates
what kind of condition caused the message.
The definition of the type codes depends on
the nature of the routine producing the
message, as shown in Figure 1.

All normal, unnumbered responses indicating the
successful completion of a command (such as
ready message, B;) are included in the VBL11Q
CBS Commgnd and Bacr,Q Ref~, the V!V370 £.f
Com.and BeferY.£.!.!2!: General !l§!;§, and the
VB/370 Ql!!rator's Guide.

Unnumbered responses can also be the result of
executing system generation macro instruction or
service programs. These responses, referred to
as BNOTES, are documented in logic listings
only.

Introd.uction

1

Displaying Messages at the Terminal

Short Form

Meaning

' ...

Alphameric information

addr

Storage address

bbcchh

Bin, cylinder, and head

callee

Routine called by another
executing routine

caller

Routine doing the calling

caw

Channel address word

cc

Cylinder number

char

Character

col

Column

csw

Channel status word

cuu

Virtual device address

cyl

Cylinder

dasd

Direct access storage
device

device name

IInemonic name for c uu

device type

IBM device type

fileid

fn ft

fm

filemode

fn

filename

ft

filetype

mode

1I0de letter or mode
letter and mode number

nn

Decimal information

Anything within braces { .•• I .•. } indicates
alternate text and/or information selected
at execution time.

nnnnnn

Block numbers

psw

Program status word

Anything within brackets
[ ••• ]
optionally left out,
depending
condition arising.

raddr

Real storage address

rc

Return code

rid

Resource information

rr

Record number

svc

Supervisor call number

ucs

universal character set

vaddr

Virtual storage address

xx

Hexadecimal inforBla tion

When you log on to V"/370 at your terminal, the
default setting for the display of messages is
TEXT. This lIeans that only the text portion of
the message
appears when
the message
is
displayed.
The message identifier is not be
displayed.
since this book is organized by message
numbers within component codes, it will be
difficult for you to find the explanations of
messages if you search through the book for the
message text. Therefore, you should issue the CP
co.mand SET E!SG ON after you log on. This
command causes the message identifier to be
displayed alonq with the text.
If you do not use the SET EMSG ON command,
refer to "Appendix D: MessagE Text-to-Message
Identifier cross Reference" for the first line
of the message.
Not~:

SPECIAL !ESSAGE FACILITY
The Special Message Facility is a method of
transferring special messages from a user to a
specially programmed receiving virtual machine.
The CP SET SftSG ON command is issued to allow a
virtual machine to receive special messages.

Syntax Conventions
The syntax used in the messages and com.ands in
this publication is as follows:
1.

2.

3.

Anything within quotes
and/or in
lowercase letters is replaced at execution
time
with information
~n
the
format
described within the quotes.

may be
on the

See Figure 2 for a list of abbreviations used
in this publication.

r fll]

...J

igure 2.

2

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Syntax Abbreviations Used

CP Problem Determination

2.

CP error messages are divided into several
categories according to the number (nnn) of the
messaqe. See Figure 3 for a complete list of
message numbers and related functions.

Attempt to reproduce the problem, making
sure that the full error message function
is in effect by issuing the CP command:
SET EKSG ON

3·.

Obtain
the virtual
machi net s
current
configuration by issuing the CP command:
QUER Y VIRTUAL

i

Numbers

Related Function

I

=-------------------------------------------1
CP cOlllmands and console functions
001-349
350-399

Nucleus loading

400-424

paging·

425-449

Spoolinq

450-474

Dispatching and service routines

475-499

Directory routine

500-549

Input/output error recovery

550-599

Input/output error recording

600-649

Machine check recovery

650-699

Reserved for IBB use only

700-729

DDR (dump restore) service
progralll

4.

Where appropriate,
and depending
upon
conditions, obtain a virtual storaqe dump
by issuing the CP command:
DUBP O-END

SYSTEB OPERATOR ACTION
System operators (classes A, B, C, and D) who
observe problems with CP commands should do the
following:
1.

Keep the console output
the problem.

sheet identifying

2.

Attempt to reproduce the problem with full
error message by issuing the CP co••and:
SET EBSG ON

730-749

FKT (format) service progralll

150-799

DIR (directory) service program

800-849

Reserved for IBB use only

850-899

DB! (VRFDUKP) service routine

900-999

Checkpoint, war. start, dump
initialization

3.

Obtain the real machine's confiquration
status by issuing the CP command:
QUERY ALL

4.

igure 3.

CP Error Message Numbers

The general user (class G) and other users
receive error messages in the range 001 to 349.
Bessages ranging from 350 to 699 are for the
primary system operator only. Messages ranging
froa 700 to 999 cover CP service routines and
are usually observed only by system support
personnel.

GENERAL USER ACTION
If in the norllal use
messages in the range of
user should perforlll the
contacting your system
programming assistance.
1.

Reissue the CP command
that has been
causing the errors. If the problem recurs,
force a CP abend dump by pressing the
RESTART key (not RESET). This technique
automatically
-su.ppresses tracing
while
storage is being dumped: When the system
restarts, use the VMFDURP commana to for.at
and print the dump.
Caution: This will cause a system restart
and all users must log on again.
The
advantage of using this technique is that
it provides you with a ~Q~ma!!!~ dump.
If it is too disruptive to log off all
users, you can obtain a dump using the CP
command DBCP, which allows all users to
dump goes
remain logged
on.
Such a
and is
not
directly to
the printer
formatted.
Note: You must veigh the advantages
disadvantages of both techniques.

of CP co.mands error
001 to 349 persist, the
following steps before
support personnel for

Keep the terminal sheet that identifies the
problem.

and

If you use the DRCP command, first reissue
the CP command causing the problem. Then
enter "alter/display" mode and display the
following:
(a)
(b)
ec)

D P - PSi
D G - General registers
D C - Control registers

Introduction

3

Next. use the class 1 CP command HONITOR
STOP
CPTRACE
to
turn
off
tracing.
otherwise. the dump would show the dumping
activity in the trace table.
Then obtain the dump by issuing:
DKCP O-END

4

IB! V!/370 System !essages

Last. turn tracinq back on by issuing the
CP co •• and !ONITOR START CPTRACE.
12!~:

If you do not have privilege class A,
you can stop tracing by issuinq the class C
command STeP to store X'OOOO' at location
X'400'. and resume
tracing by storing
X'FFFF' at location X'400'.

System Codes

Return Codes

8

A return code of zero is passed to register 15
if no warning messages, error messages, severe
error messages, or terminal error messages are
generated during execution of a command.
a
command.
If however, during execution of a command, a
condition arises that results in the display of
a warning messaqe, error message, severe error
message, or terminal error messa~e, the command
passes a nonzero return code in register 15.
Commands that invoke proqram products pass a
nonzero return code to the user. However, this
return code has been redefined by the proqram
product or compiler in operation.

12

Errors were found in the input file.

20

There is an invalid character in the
fileid.
Valid characters are: 0-9, A-Z,
$, j , I, and a-z.

2q

The user did not
command line.

28

An error occurred while trying to access,
or manipulate,
a user's
files; for
example, file not found.

32

The user's file is not in the expected
format,
or the user's file does not
contain the expected information or an
attempt was made to execute a LOADftOD
command while in CftS subset mode. This
would cause the module to be loaded in
the user area.

36

An error occurred in the user's devices.
For example, a disk is in read-only
status, and needs to be in write status
in order to write out a file.

qO

A functional error by the user occurred
during execution of the command, or the
user failed to supply all the necessary
conditions for executing the command, or
an end of file or end of tape was reached
(where applicable).

41

Insufficient storage
execute the command.
1

Note: The following list does not contain all
return codes. Other return codes are shown in
the descriptive text of the issuing messaqe.
Code
=0001

-0002

-0003

ftea!ling
No CP command with this name was found.
(The CP error code of +1 is converted by
CHS to -0001 for commands entered from
the virtual console.)
An attempt was made to execute a CftS
cOllllland while in eMs subset mode, which
would have caused the module to be loaded
in the user area {LOADHOD error code 32j.
No CftS command issued from EXEC was found
with this name, or an invalid function
occurred when issuing the SET or QUERY
co.mand from EXEC with I!PCP active.

-0004

The LOAD80D failed
(for example,
was an error in the module).

there

88

-0005

A LOAD!OD was attempted in the wronq
environment (for example, the module was
generated by the GEN80D command with the
as option and LOIDftOD was attempted'with
DOS=ON specified).

100

q

The user
did not
specify all
the
conditions to execute the co•• and as
intended.
Execution
of the
co.mand
continues, but the result mayor may not
be as the user intended.

Device errors
occurred for
which a
Warning message is issued, or errors were
introduced into the output file.

correctly specify

was

available

the

to

CftS system
restriction
prevented
execution of the command, or the function
requested is an unsupported feature, or
the device requested is an unsupported
device.
Input/output device errors.
A functional error for which the system
is responsible occurred during execution
of the command.

256

An unexpected error -for which the syst~
is responsible (Terminal Error) occurred
during execution of the command.

System Codes

5

RE~URN

CODES PRODUCED BY THE CP DIRECT COftftAND

Return codes produced by the CP
are listed in Figure 4.

ipl ems
CKS VERSION n.n mm/dd/yy

DIRECT command

cp link to

r-----------------------------------------------,
fteaning
I Code

1-------------------------------------------Invalid filename or file not found

I
I
,

2

Error loading the directory

3

Invalid option from CMS

4

Directory not swapped, user not
class A, B, or C

5

Directory not swapped, system (old)
directory locked
Directory not swapped, the directory
in use by the system is not the
directory updated

6

lxx

Error in the CftS ReBUP routine

2xx

Error in the CMS TIPLIN routine

Figure 5.

*

vaddr1 as vaddr2 r

Example of a CP LINK Command

Return
codes
can be
used
by
system
programmers in the DEBUG subcommand and also in
EXEC procedures. See the !!L370 CR~ Com.and and
Macro Reference
for a description
of the
SRETCOD~special variable.

RETURN CODES PRODUCED BY THE CMS DDR COMftAND
The CftS DDR command produces several return
codes.
These return codes, along with their
meanings are listed in Figure 6.

Code

fteaning

xx is the CftS routine return code
Invalid filename or file not found
Pigure 4.

Return Codes Produced by the CP
DIRECT Command

SAMPLE RETURN CODE FROM A CP

CO~!lND

An example of the CP LINK command invoked while
in CMS mode is shown in Figure 5. Commands or
functions of commands passed to CPr in turn,
pass the return code (via CP) to register 15.
The user has entered the CP LINK com.and to
userid *. The user's own directory will be
searched for dev ice vaddr1.
Vaddr2 is the
virtual address assigned to the device for this
virtual machine. Read-only access is requested.
No password is required because the user has
linked to one of his own disks.

2

Error running the program

3

Flagged DASQ track

4

Permanent tape or DASD I/O error

1xx

Error in PRINTIO routine

2xx

Error in CORREAD routine

3xx

Error in RDBUF routine

4xx

Error in TYPLIN routine

xx is the CMS routine return code
Figure 6.

Return Codes Produced by the CftS
DDR Command

The result will be one of the following:
RETURN CODES PRODUCED BY IPCS

R;

a successful eXEcution.

R(nnnnn); indicating an error.
If nnnnn contains a CKS return code, the
error occurred in CKS. However, if nnnn contains
a CP message identifier, the error occurred in

There are two return codes produced by
These return codes are as follows:
Code
4

IPCS.

'l1~ilHI

An incorrectly entered parameter.

CPo

8

6

IBK VM/370 System Messages

System failure; a read/write
invalid internal parameter.

error or an

CP Wait State Codes
001 Explanation: The machine check handler has
unrecoverable
failure.
encountered
an
Probable hardware error. Issued by module
DHKHCH and D8KHCT.
Hote: This wait state is also loaded
on the
malfunction alert occurred
processor.

if a
main

Operator Action;
Reload (via
IPL) the
system.
If the problem persists, contact
your system support personnel.
006 Explanation: This is a normal wait when a
system shutdown is completed.
Issued by
module DHKCPI.
~at2!:

Action:
procedures.

Follow

normal

operating

~or

ActioB: Run the System Environment
Record Edit and Print (SEREP) program before
restarting the system.
To restart, clear
storage
and
IPL
the
V8/370
system,
specifying CKPT start.
If the problem
persists,
contact your
system
support
personnel.

002

~~ation:

The channel check handler has
encountered
an
unrecoverable
failure.
Probable hardware error. Issued by module
DHKCCH.

Operator Action: Run the System Environment
Record Edit and Print (SEREP) program before
restarting the systemQ
To restart, clear
storage
and
IPL
the
V8/370
system,
specifying CKPT start.
If the problem
persists,
contact your
system
support
personnel.
003

occurred
Expl@~tiQ.!!:
A
system failure
before a valid warm start was performed.
Issued by module DHKDHP.
operator Action:
Reload (via
IPL) the
system.
~~he error
persists, clear
storage before attempting another IPL. If
the oroblem persists after the second IPL
with' cleared- storage, a
cold start is
probably required.
Save the dump produced
on the prespecified dump device for your
system support personnel.
Refer to the
message description for possitle causes.

007

Expl~~atioB:
A program check, a machine
check, a permanent I/O error, invalid warm
start data, an invalid warm start cylinder,
or
a
full warm
start
cylinder
was
encountered by
the checkpoint
program.
Issued by module DHKCKP.
~a!or

!ction: For message DHKCKP901W, run
SEREP to document the machine check, then
contact your system support personnel. For
message DHKCKP902W, an indication of an
unrecoverable I/O error, move the SYSRES
volume if possible and try to checkpoint the
system. For message DftKCKP910W, if more than
one SYSRES volume is mounted, check to see
that the correct volume is loaded (via IPL)
and try a checkpoint operation. If the
operation fails again use the following
procedure. This. procedure is to be used for
all other DHKCKP messages as well.
1.

Dump the first 3000 hexadecimal storage
locations.

2.

Dump the warm start cylinders.

3.

Contact program support personnel.

4.

To restart, clear storage and IPL the
Vlt/370 system, specifying CKPT start.

The following storage
locations contain
information related to wait state 007.
Hexadecimal

004 Explanation: A console or an output device
is not operational, or a console or output
device has produced an inexplicable error
status. Probable hardware error. Issued by
module Dl!KDHP.

Location
----"10110
118

808
operator Action:
Reload (via
IPL) the
system. To restart, clear storage and IPL
the VM/370 system, specifying CKPT start.
If the problem persists, contact your system
support personnel.

816
818
81C

005

~lanation:

The CP initialization module
(D~KCPI)
could not
find an operational
primary or alternate
console.
Probable
hardware error. Issued by module DMKCPI.

82LJ

800-17FF
1800-3000

Contents
Sense data up to 24 bytes
Channel
status
word
(8
bytes)
Channel
address word
(4
bytes)
Pointer to error message (4
bytes)
Cylinder
address of
the
first nucleus cylinder (2
bytes)
Cylinder address of the last
nucleus cylinder (2 bytes)
BBCCHHR of the DHKSAV module
on disk (7 bytes)
Current seek address BBCCHHR
(7 bytes)
Checkpoint program (DftKCKPl
Checkpoint work
area and
1I096-byte buffer

System Codes

7

-

(Basic System Extensions} - - 820
828

8q8

Device
class
of
SYSRES
device (RDEVTYPC)
BBCCHHR of the DHKSAV module
on disk--7 bytes (countkey-data) or locate block
number (FB-512)
Current seek address BBCCHHR
7 bytes (count-key-data) or
locate block number (FB-512)

If
the
SYSRES
device
is
FB-512
(RDEVTYPC=CLASFBA), the contents
of the
following hexadecimal locations are changed:
816

822

Page address of
page of th~ CP
bytes)

If warll start errors persist, force a system
dump to the printer by pressing the system
console RESTART key, and save the results
for the installation support personnel.
If the message is DHKWRK920W, restart the
system using CKPT start. Otherwise, use a
FORCE or COLD start.
001 Explgnatign: A machine check occurred While
DKKSAV was attempting to save or restore a
page image copy of the nucleus on a SYSRES
de.vice. Probable hardware error. Issued by
module DKKSAV.

the first
nucleus III
,-1'

Page address of the last
page of the CP nucleus (4
bytes)

Operg!~

the Syst~1I Environment
(SER!P: proq~a= h~forc
reloading. If the problem persists, contact
your system support personnel.

Rccc~d

a~d Pri~t

OOB ExplanatiQn: A machine check error occurred
during
system initialization.
Probable
hardware error. Issued by module OMKCPI.

An error message preceding the wait state
mayor may not be displayed, depending upon
the status of the console. If the error
message
is not
displayed,
hexadecimal
location 808 contains the address of the
error message (60 bytes in length).
008 ExplanatiQn: Checkpoint and system shutdown
are complete or system recovery has failed.
Issued by module DHKCKP.

Action: Run

~dit

Action: Run the System Environment
Record Edit and Print (SEFEP) program before
performing another IPL.
If the problem
persists,
contact
your system
support
personnel.

~gtor

OOC Explanation: An IPL was performed on a
V8/370 volu~e that had never had a nucleus
written on it.
~gto~

Action:

Follow

normal

operating

procedure.
Operat~
lction: If messages preceded the
wait, follow normal operating procedures
prescribed
by your
installation
after
shutdown. If messages did not precede the
wait, either:

1.

2.

009

The console printer was unavailable for
some reason. Before initializing a new
system, make sure the console printer
has been made operational, or
The
system
is running
from
the
alternate console. Hessages DftKCKP910I,
DftKCKP911W, DftKCKP960I, and DftKCKP961W
do not appear on the alternate console.
Follow
normal operating
procedures
prescribed by your installation after
Shutdown.

~1AJ!atj,2n:

An error
which prevents a warm
1I0dule DHKWIH!.

condition occurred
start.
Issued by

Operatg~
Actj,.sm:
If
the
message
is
DHKWRft90QW or DHKWRft921W, immediately retry
warm start system initialization. If the
error message recurs, move the VH/370 SYSRES
pack to another location and try a war.
start again.
If message
DHKWRK903W or
DHKWR!912W is encountered, ensure that all
system volumes (no duplicate labels) are
correctly mounted, and then attempt a warm
start.

8

IBM V8/370 System Kessages

OOD

The generated system is larger
than the real machine size, or else a
hardware malfunction has
occurred which
inhibits VK/370 from using the necessary
storage. Issued by module DHKCPI.

J~gnatiQ~:

Operator Action: Take a standalone dump and
notify the system programmer.
OOE Explanatign: An error condition prevents a
CKPT start. Issued by module DHKCKS.
Action: If message DHKCKS915E is
issued, try CKPT start again. If the error
persists, move the V!/370 SYSRES pack to
another DASD device and
try aqain. If
message DftKCKS916E is issued, reload (via
IPL) the system, using the FORCE option of
the START command. If message DHKCKS903E or
DHKCKS912E is issued, ensure that all system
volumes (no duplicate labels) are correctly
mounted, and then attempt a CKPT start. If
message D8KCKS917E is issued, reload (via
IPL) the system via a COLD start.

~ato~

OOF Jxp!§n§!i2,n: Hardware
errors are
received on V8/370 paging device(s}.
by module OHKPAG.

being
Issued

Action: This wait state is preceded
by message

~r§!g~

D~KPAG415E

CONTINUOUS PAGING ERRORS FROK
DASD xxx

If there are multiple paging devices on the
system, disable the device causing the error
condition and reload (via IPt) the system.
Or, move the paging volume pack to another
physical device.
This error
condition
results if the Vft/370 paging volume has not
been formatted correctly.

013

Follow

normal

•

Rl = SIGP status information when
SIGP condition code is 1

•

R2

the

Processor address that was signalled

Action: If hardware errors are
present, run the System Environment Record
Edit and
Print (SEREP)
program before
retrying.
If
the
status
information
indicates an operator intervention, clear
the condition on the attached processor and
reinitialize CP. If the status indicator of
the required microprogram is not loaded,
load the microprogram and reinitialize CP.
If the problem persists, contact your system
support personnel.

error

016

012 ExplanatiQD: This is a normal wait state on
completion of a nucleus load. Issued by
module DHKSAV.
OperatQ£ lcti£a:
procedure.

order code

~ato~

Operator ActioA: This wait state is preceded
by
either
the message
DftKSAV350i
or
D8KS1V351W. Correct the problem stated in
the
message
and present
an
external
interrupt to initiate a retry.

OperatQ£ Action: This wait state is preceded
by message DftKSAV352W or D8KSAV353W. Correct
the problem stated in the message and load
(IPt) the tape again.

RO

Note: The wait state PSi will contain the
condition code returned from the SIGP. The
PSi is in the BC format. Refer to the IBH
Principles of .QB~ll!iOB for-a
~!~mil70
functional
description
of
the
SIGP
instruction.

010 Explanation: A recoverable error occurred
during a system nucleus save operat ion.
Issued by module DftKSAV.

011 ExplanatiQn: An unrecoverable
I/O
occurred. Issued by module DftKSAV.

= SIGP

•

operating

J1Rlanati~:
(1)
The CP initialization
module (D8KCPI)
could not
connect the
channel set to the main processor or the IPL
device
is not
accessible through
any
available channel set.
Probable hardware
error. Issued by DHKCPI.
(2) A hardware
error occurred on the I/O processor or the
I/O processor was being varied offline. An
attempt to disconnect, then connect the
channel set
to the
attached processor
failed. Probable hardware error. Issued by
D!!KCPU.

Operation Action: Run the System Environment
Record Edit and Print (SEREP) program before
restartinq the system.
If the problem
persists, - contact your
system
support
personnel.

ExplanatiQ~:
The
machine check
handler
encountered an unrecoverable error on the
attached
processar.
probable
hardware
error. Issued by module D8KftCT.

Note: This wait state is also loaded if a
malfunction alert occurred on the attached
processor and CP was in control.

To restart, clear storage and initialize the
V8/370 system, specifying checkpoint start.

Operat2[ Actio~: Run the System Environment
Record Edit and Print (SEREP) program before
restarting the system.
If the problem
persists,
contact your
system
support
personnel.

018 ExplanatioB: Invalid TOD clock.
The clock
must be set before an IPL can be completed.
Issued by module D!!KCPI.
~gtor

Action: Kanually do a clock set; if
that
fails, call
your system
support
personnel.

To restart, clear storage and IPL the 'H/370
system, specifying CKPT start.
Note: VM/370 cannot checkpoint and warm
start after
a machine check
error on
System/370
!odels
165 and
168.
The
inability to warm start is caused by running
the 165 or 168 SEREP program.

027

~lanati~:
An unrecoverable
occurred or system
input is
Issued by module DHKSSP.

I/O error
incorrect.

Action: Correct the input/output
error or the system input, and reload (via
IPL) the starter system.

~ator

015

A SIGP issued to the attached
processor during system initialization by
DKKC PI or DHKAPI
was unsuccessful. The
following information is made available:

Explanatio~:

System Codes

9

loader Wait State Codes

reference. This may be the result of a
duplicate text deck in the input stream, or
of having the same label in two different
text decks in the same input stream.

The loader (DMKLDOOE) is a service program that
loads a CP. CMS, or RSCS nucleus, and produces a
load map.
The loader loads the object modules
(TEXT files)
supplied with it, resolves CCW
addresses, and resolves address constants.
If the loader is terminated, one of
following wait conditions is indicated in
instruction counter:

~ator

Action: Close the printer to get
the load map printed. Look at the load map
to see which text deck and which entry are
causing the problem. If you can correct the
problem. do so; otherwise, contact your
system support personnel.

the
the
61

Code
X'111111'
'V'
A •-

"rt "" ""''''' -"'.
"-~I!.4.4,.~

Meaning
A program check occurred.

Operator Action: Verify that the name in the
LDI statement is correct; ~t i t is, make
sure that it is defined as an entry point in
the program to be loaded.

A ~nit check occur~€a .U~~~ Lh~
bootstrap routine was reading in the
loader.

X' 999999'

An SVC was issued.

X' BBBBBB'

A machine check occurred.

X'CCCCCC'

An I/O error occurred
reader.

X'PPFFFF'

An I/O
error occurred
for the
console (1'00' contains the message
UNRECOVERABLE EBROR). or the control
card for changing the default I/O
addresses
for
the
printer
or
terminal is invalid (X'OO' contains
the message BAD
DEVICE CARD or
INVALID DEVICE SPECIFIED).

on the

Explanation: The "name" in the LDT (Loader
Terminate) statement is undefined.

68
card

Expl~tio~:
The control section named in
the ICS (Include Control Section) statement
was not found by end of file.
~atQ!:

Action: Verify that the con trol
section name
in the ICS
statement is
correct; if it is, make sure that the
control section is defined in the program to
be loaded.

69

counter
contains
If
the
instruction
X'999999', indicating an SVC wait state, examine
the interruption code (the third and fourth
bytes
of
the supervisor
old
PSW).
The
interruption codes (shown in hexadecimal below)
indicate the error condition.
64

Operator Action: Increase the size of the
reference table by
changing the ftlXREF
equate field in the source code for the
loader program, reassembling it, and then
reexecuting the loader. Once the size of
the reference table has been increased,
error code 6A may occur. In that case,
define a larger storage size for the virtual
machine. If the problem persists, contact
your system support personnel.

Explanati~:
An error
occurred
during
conversion of a value from hexadecimal to
binary format.
This can
be caused by
invalid
input in
one
of the
loader
statements, or by an error in the loader.
Actio~:
Validate the copy of the
loader you are currently using against the
copy on the original distribution tape. If
the current copy is no longer valid, replace
it. If the input in the statements is
invalid,
correct
it~
If
the
problem
persists,
contact your
system
support
personnel.

~rator

65

Explanati2n: There is no more
available for the loader.

66

10

Explanation:
1
duplicate type
ESD
(External Symbol Dictionary) entry has been
encountered. The loader cannot resolve this
IBM V!/370 System Messages

61

Expl!~!!iQ~: The object modules being loaded
are about to overlay the loader.
Opera12~
Action: Define a larger storage
size for the virtual machine. To see which
module was about to overlay the loader,
close the printer to get the load map
printed. The last line of the load map
indicates the last mod ule that was loaded.

free storage

Operat2~
Action: Define a larger storage
size for the virtual machine and reexecute
the loader.

Explanati2~:
The loader attempted to add
another entry to the reference table, which
would have caused the table to overflow.
Since the reference table supplied by V"/310
is large enough to allow the CP nucleus to
be generated, it must be assumed that the
inclusion of local additions to the CP
nucleus have caused the excessive references
to be generated.

6B

Expl!~ti~: The object modules being loaded
are about to overlay an address between 0
and 100 (hexadecimal). This can occur if the
address at which loading was to start was
changed by an SLC card.

Operat2~ Actio~: Check the
SLC card to make
sure it does not specify an address between
o and 100. If you must place data at an
address in that range, do not do it with the
loader, but use a proqram to place the data
there with a Hove Character instruction
after
the
loaded system
has
started
execution. It is the responsibility of the
loaded program to initialize that part of
storage.

6D

Explanation: The loader is trying to release
storage that
is not
on a
double word
boundary. This is an internal loader error.
~stor

Action: Reexecute the copy of the
loader that is in your reader.
If the
problem persists, regenerate the system to
be loaded and try to execute it aga1n. If
the problem still persists, the current copy
of the loader itself may be damaged; replace
it with the loader on the distribution tape.
If the problem still persists, contact your
system support personnel.

System Codes

11

RSCS Wait State Codes
When RSCS enters a wait state, the RSCS operator
is notified via the CP message:
DMKDSP450W CP ENTERED; DISABLED WAIT PSW
issued to the RSCS operator's console. Using CP
commands, the operator can display the virtual
machine's PSi. The three rightmost hexadecimal
characters indicate the error condition.
001 Explanation: If no RSCS message was issued,
a program check
interrupt has occurred
durinq the execution of the program check
handler. The probable cause is a programming
error. If the RSCS message
DMTREX091T INITIALIZATION FAILURE -- RSCS
SHUTDOWN
was
issued,
RSCS operation
has
been
terminated because of an
error in the
loading of DMTAIS or DMTLAX. A dump of
virtual storage is
automatically taken.
Verify that the CMS files DMTAXS TEXT and
D!!TLAI TEIT
are correctly
written and
resident on
the RSCS
system residence
device. If the RSCS message
DMTREX090T PROGRAM CHECK IN SUPERVISOR -RSCS SHUTDOWN
was issued, the program check handler has
terminated ascs due to a program check
interrupt in other than a dispatched line
driver. The probable cause is a programming
error.
The wait state code is loaded by DKTREI at
RSCS termination or automatically during
program check handling.
OperatQ~ Action: If neither of the above two
aessages was issued, use the CP DUMP coamand
to dump the contents of virtual storage. IPL
to restart. If the problea persists, notify
your system support personnel.

12

IBM ,"/370 System Messages

007 Explanation: A program check interrupt has
occurred during initial processing, before
the
program
check
handler
could
be
activated.
This aay
be
caused by
a
programming error or by an attempt to load
RSCS into an incompatible virtual machine.
The latter case can occur if the virtual
machine (1) has an incomplete instruction
set,
(2)
has less than 512K of virtual
storage, or (3) does not have the required
V8/370 Diagnose interface support. The wait
state code is loaded automatically during
the initial loading and execution of the
RSCS supervisor, DMTINI, DMTREX, DMTAXS, and
D!TLAI.
Q~s!Q~

Action:
Verify that
the RSCS
virtual aachine
configuration has
been
correctly specified and that the "retrieve
subsequent file description" function of
DIAGNOSE code X'14' is supported. Duapthe
contents of virtual storage via the CP DUMP
command. If the problem persists, notify
your system support personnel.

011 Explanation: An unrecoverable
error has
occurred during the reading of the RSCS
nucleus froa DASD storage. This may be
caused by a hardware aalfunction of the DASD
device. It aay be the result of
(1) an
incorrect virtual DASD device definition,
(~
an attempt to use a systea residence
device unsupported by RSCS, (3)
incorrect
RSCS systea generation procedures, or (4)
the subsequent overwriting
of the RSCS
nucleus on the system residence device. The
wait state code is loaded by DMTINI after an
attempt, successful or not, to issue the
aessage:
DMTIHI4021 IPL DEVICE READ I/O ERROR
~sto~

Action: Verify that the RSCS system
residence device has been properly defined
as a virtual DASD device and that the real
DASD device is aounted and operable. If the
problem persists, dump virtual storage via
the CP DUMP command and notify your system
support personnel. The RSCS system residence
device may have to be restarted or the ascs
system may have to be regenerated.

CP Abend Codes

ROUTE LOAD ~AP TO PRINTER OR READER? -RESPOND (RDRIPRT)

SYSTEM OPERATOR ACTION

This sends to your virtual reader a copy of the
load map, which can be read in as a CftS file
named, for example, LOAD MAP.

When an abend occurs, the system operator must
follow several steps to enable the error to be
corrected.

When it is desirable to take a dump to tape
and send the dump to another location (for
example, when submitting an APAR by mail), use
the following procedure:

i.

Collect information about the error.

2.

Collect
status.

3.

Recover from
continue.

1.
information

about

the

Allow the dump to
file by issuing

be written

to a

spool

SET DUMP CP
the abend

so processing

can
2.

Forllat this spool file and
CMS disk by issuing

write it onto a

VMFDUftP NOPRT
Collect~

Information
3.

Unless the operator has issued the SET DUMP
command and changed the default (which he should
not do, generally), the system is set for SET
DUMP AUTO CPo When an abend occurs, this causes
the dump to be written on disk as a spool file.
This spool file is automatically spooled to the
virtual
reader of
the
operator who
was
designated at system generation time to receive
all dumps. This operator should then IPL CftS and
issue the VftFDUPIP comlland
(see the Vll/370
Operator's Guidg).
This formats the dump and
prints it. This procedure should be followed for
every abend.
For problell
determination,
should save and submit:
1.

The formatted dump.

2.

The console sheet, as far
IPL of the system.

3.

The output of any Monitor
at the time.

the

operator

back as the last

Write this disk file on tape by issuing the
CMS COil. and
TAPE DUftP
You can then send this tape to another
location, where the file can be recreated
on disk using the TAPE LOAD com.and.

Recovering

!~

the Abend

The system usually reloads (via IPL) itself. If
it does not, attellPt to warm start. You may get
errors from which you can recover; if so,
correct the cause of the error and try again to
warm start. If unrecoverable errors occur, clear
storage and try to checkpoint (CKPT)
start. If
this fails. trv to force start. If this also
fails, as
last resort you IlUSt cold start the
system.

a

prograll running
SYSTEft PROGRAMMER ACTION

If an !PAR
(authorized program analysis
report) is to be submitted, the documentation
provided with it should include, in addition to
the above, a load map showing applied updates
and resolved locations. You can obtain as many
copies of the load map as you need if, at system
qeneration time, you respond
"RDR" to the
prompting message:

Figure 3 describes the reasons for each of the
CP abend codes and discusses what the system
prograllmer should do to locate and correct the
error that caused the abend.

System Codes

13

Abend
Code

Action

Reason for Aberid

,
,

-----------------------------------------------------------------1
APIOOl
The global system lock I Check DMKLOKSY·. If the attached I
or the system operator's,
VMBLOK lock could not bel
obtained by the main
I
processor during IPL.
,

,
,
,,
I

I

I
I

processor owns the system lock r
I
check R12 value in DMKLOKSY+4 to I
determine who obtained the lock. I
If the global system lock is held I
by the main processor r check the ,
system operator's VMBLOK to see if I
the VMaLOK is locked by the
I
attached processor. If sOr
I
V!LOCKER contains the base address
of the obtainer at the lock and
can be used to determine why the
lock was obtained.

ATSOOl

DMKITS was called to
make a shared named
system unshared. However, the SHRTIBLE
associated with the
shared page that was
changed could not be
located.

The SHRTIBLE may have been overlaid or the shared page that was
changed was altered by another
virtual machine. If the SHRTABLE
was not overlaid, find out which
virtual machine altered the
shared page and why it was not
detected.

ATS002

A shared
page
was
changed and the corresponding 'MABLOK could
not be found.

1
shared page was altered by
another virtual machine without
being detected. Investigate the
system routines that could allow
an
undetected alteration of a
shared page.

ITS003

During the unshare of a
user from a shared
named system, DMKSNTBL
was brought back in to
reconstruct the
SWPTABLE of the
violator. The named
system could not ce
found in D!KSNTBL.

The SHRTABLE, SAVEWRK2 and
SlVEiRK3 area of DMKITSs savearea
(R13 contains address of savearea) or DMKSNTBL (R4 contains
its address) have been altered.
I
Investigate the routine that would
allow alteration.

ATS004

During the unshare of a
user from a shared
named system, the system volume containing
the named system could
not be found.

The system name table entry (R4
contains its addres~ r the SYSOiN
list or the RDEVBLOKs have been
altered. Investigate the routine
that would allow alteration.

ATS005

During the unshare of a
user from a shared
named system r a shared
CORTABLE entry (R7
contains its address)
was found with the I/O
lock bit on.

The CORTABLE r SHRTIBLE r PIGTABLE r
or lCORETBL have been altered.
Investigate the routine that would
allow alteration.

ATS006

The resident page count
in the VMBLOK (VMPAGES)
does not match the num- I
ber of CORTABLE entries.,

ATS007

The flushlist counter is!
reduced to a negative I
value while returning a I
page to FREE storage.
I

Inspect modules that update
'!PAGES for the virtual machine.
Check the routine to determine
why it is inconsistent with the
I number of CORTIBLE entries
I assigned to this virtual machine.
Check the CORTABLE entry (R7). Try
to determine why the flushlist I
count does not match the number
I
of flushlist entries.
I
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igure 7.

14

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IBM V"/370 System Messages

Abend
Code

Action

Reason for Abend

BLD001

RB should contain a
pointer to the RDEVBLOK I
for the user's terminal.,
DMKBLDV~ attempts to
I
create and partially
,
initialize a V~BLOK for I
a user. D~KBLDVH abnor- I
mally
terminates
if I
R8 does not contain a I
pointer to the user.
I

BLD002

Pages
are being released but
the page
invalid bit is not on
in the page table entry.

Verify that R8 points to an
RDEVBLOK for a terminal. If it
does not, there is probably a~
error in the calling program.
Identify the calling proqram by
means of the return address and
the base register in the save
area pointed to by R13. Then, attempt to identify the source of
the incorrect RDEVBLOK address.

,
,

I Examine the dump and determine 1
1 vhy the page was released without
, the page invalid bit turned on.
I
I

---------------------------------------------------------------1
A request was made to
R13 points to a save area. SAVER12
BLD003
build a page table for
more than 16 pages.

contains the base address of the
module issuing the request. SlVER1
contains the beginning and ending
address range of the page table
being built. Examine the calling
module to determine why R1 is
invalid.

BLD004

The routine calling ELD
has not cleared all the
segment table activity
before calling BLD.

Examine R6 to ensure that it
contains the address of a segment
table entry. If it contains the
address of a segment table entry,
R13 contains the address of the
module calling BLD. Examine this
module to determine vhy this segment table entry has not been
cleared.

BLDOOS

An attempt is being made
to release a segment
whose page table has
been migrated.

Examine R6 to ensure that it contains the address of a segment
table entry. If it contains the
address of a segment table entry,
R13 contains the address of a save.
area. SAVER12 contains the base
1
address of the module calling BLD. I
Examine this module to determine I
why the page table vas migrated or
why the migration bit was not reset.

CFG010

DMKCFGCL was called to
perform an unsupported
function.
Supported
values are:
X'01' LOAD SYS
X' 02' FIND SYS
X'Oq' PURGE SYS

Identify the caller by the retJ!rn
address and base register in the
SAVEAREA pointed to by R13 to
identify the source of the unsupported function request.

CFP001

An I/O task is waiting
for a RELEASE and the
I
CPEXBLOK for the waiting,
task cannot be found on I
the VRRCPEX queue.
I

Check the storage dump Y.
Determine why the virtual device
block is marked as vaiting for
access to the device, but not
CPEXBLOK exists on the VRRCPEX.
I Queue to resume the task.

,

I call to entry points

,
1

1
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-------------------------------------------------------------------1
CKS001
The map for
dynamic' The map should be allocated via a I
DHKCKSIN or
from DHKWRH. Check
I DHKWRH for called entry points
L __________________________________________________________________________
I and that they do allocate a map.
checkpoint was not
allocated prior to
call to DHKCKSPL.

Figure 7.

a 1

DHKCKSW~

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CP Abend Codes (Part 2 of 21)
System Codes

1S

r------------------------------------------------------------------------,
, Abend
I Code

Reason for Abend

Action

1----------------------------------------------------------------, CKS002
The spool file identi(1) DftKCKSiM or DMKCKSIN did not
fication in the map and
in the checkpoint area
do not match.

I
I

,

set up the llaP properly, (2) a
call to DftKCKSPL caused the mismatch, or (3) the SFBLOK was
released but the map was not
updated.

No function was specified in the call to
DBKCKSPL.

Check SAVERTN in the save area
pointed to by R13. This indicatesl
which
routine called DftKCKSPL I
with insufficient data.
I
----------·----------------------------------------------~-------I
1 spool file to
be deCKS004
The SFBLOK for the file should I
leted cannot be found
have been queued previously on I
CKS003

on the syslew
punch, or
chains.

file

by DKKCKSio

start.
logic.

whell. pe:dOl:Dlillg a CKP'I'i

Check for an error in this

CLK003

The system TOD clock is
not operational on the
main
processor
or
attached processor. The
wait state can only be
received when it is
configured with an
attached processor.

Examine the CPIBBRD code in each
processor's PSA to determine the
unit receiving the clock error.
Call your system support
personnel.

CPI001

The RDEVBLOK for the
D\SD
on
which
the
SYSRES volume is mounted cannot be located,
or the IPL volume is
not the SYSRES volume.
The SYSRES volume is
specified
in
the
SYSRES
macro in the
DftKSYS lIIodule.

Verify that the volume serial
number on the SYSRES volume from
which the IPL was attempted, is
the same as that specified in the
field DftKSYSVL. If the volume
serial number is not the same, it
may have been altered by the CLIP
utility. Or the image of the
same nucleus saved on the SYSRES
been partially
demay have
stroyed and the SYSRES specification altered. Restore nucleus
to the SYSRES volume frolll a backup copy and try to IPL.

CPI002

A valid system directory file could not be
located.

Display the volume labels for all
owned volumes. If the volumes do
not contain an active directory
pointer, run DftKDIR (the standalone directory
program) to recreate the system directory on an
owned
volume.
If an
active
directory pointer is present in
at least one volume label, verify
that the device is online and
ready before trying to IPL the
system. Verify that a valid allocation record is present on the
volume containing the directory.

CPI003

The system TOD clock is
not operational.

Call
your
system support
personnel to fix the clock.

CPU001

The user page count in
the VI!IBLOK was incorrectly decreased so
that the count is now
less than zero.

Examine the storage dump. The
VMBLOK has probably been overlaid.

Figure 7.

16

printer,

reader

CP Abend Codes (part 3 of 21)

IS! V"/370 System Messages

Abend
Code

Action

Reason for Abend

CPU002

During the VARY procesExamine the storage dump. The
sor offline function,
SHRTABLE or DKKSNTBL has probably
DKKSNTBL was brought
been overlaid.
back in to reconstruct
I
the attached processor's I
SWPTABLE for shared
I
pages. The named systeml
could not be found in,
DKKSNTBL.
I

"""r. vv,

The resident paq~ count
in the VKBLOK (VKPAGES) I
is reduced to a negative I
value.
I

r"nt1'(\1\1

Inspect modules that update
VKPAGES for the virtual aachine.
Check the routine to determine
why it is inconsistent with the
number of CORTABLE entries
I assigned to this virtual machine.

,

CQP001

DKKSCNRA was called and I Examine the storage dump. DKKSNRA

unable to determine the I returns an error if it cannot
device address in cuu
I
format from real device I
block address in B6, B7,1
and BS.
I
I

find the address of the real
control unit block from the real
device block. The control unit
block address in register 7 is
probably invalid.

CVTOO 1

The system TOD clock is
in error or is not
operational.

Call
your
system
support
personnel to fix the clock.

DRD001

The device code index
in the compressed DASD
address for the system
duap file points to an
BDEVBLOK for an invalid
DASD. The valid DASDs
are 2305, 2314/2319,
3320, 3330, 3340, 3350,
and 3370.

Verify that the contents and order of the owned list have not
been altered since the dump vas
taken. If these fields have not
been altered, the SFBLOK for the
dump file may have been destroyed.
The owned list is specified by
the SYSOWN macro in DKKSYS.

n __

DSP001

~__

U~L~lly

:_~

~'v

_____ _

~ll~~~LU~-

tion, unstack, and
reflection,
DKKSCNVU
could not locate all of
the virtual
control
blocks for the interrupting unit.

The integrity of the user's V1r~
tual I/O configuration has probably
been violated. The unit
addresses or indexes in the virtual control blocks are in error,
or the virtual configuration has
been
altered by ATTACH/DETACH
while I/O wa~ in progress. . Check
for a device reset failure in
DMKCFPRD.

DSP002

The dispatcher (D!KDSP)
is attempting to dispatch a virtual relocat e user whose shadow
segment tables or virtual extended control
register 0 are invalid.

Most likely, a free storage violation has occurred. First look
at the DKKPRV and DftKVAT modules.
Examine the real,
virtual, and
shadow
translation tables for
consistency of entry size and
format.
Also compare page and
segllent size.

DSP003

The interval timer was
not incremented properly. This is most likely a hardware error.
The
dispatcher tests
for interval timer errors
and
abnormally
terminates if such an

Check the timer fields in real
storage. The value of the real
interval timer is at real storage
location X'SOl. The dispatcher
loads the value of the real interval timer in real storage location X'S4' when a user is dispatched. The value of the real

Figure 7.

CP Abend Codes (Part 4 of 21)
System Codes

17

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

DSP003 I
(cont.)I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I

error occurs.
Results
would be unpredictable
if CP continued
when
the interval ti.er was
in error.

interval timer is loaded into
real storage location X'4C' when
an interrupt occurs. If the value
stored
at X'4C' is not
less
than the value stored at X'S4',
the dispatcher abnor.ally terminates. Check the routines that
control the value of the time
fields at
X'4C',
X'SO', and
X' 54'.

DSP004

While tracing SIOs or
the
interrupts,
I/O
virtual device was deliow,
tht::
tached.
cannot
VDEVBLOK
be
found.

Examine the operator's console
sheet and the user's terminal
sheet to see who detached the
l:E!ial:Il
pt=;(i>Oll
ut:!V let::.
lht::
sponsible that devices should not
be detached during I/O tracinq_

DSPOOS

Durinq extend, a block
R1 contains the VMBLOK address at
is found to be unstackthe time of the abend. Check
ed, but the lock for
V!LOCK to see if the V!BLOK is
the associated V!BLOK
locked by the other processor. If
is not available, or
this is the case, V!LOCKER gives
count of priority CPEXthe base address of the obtainer
of the lock and can be used to
BLOKs in a V!BLOK is
less than 0, but no
determine why the lock was not
priority CPEXBLOK is
released. If the V!BLOK is not
found for the virtual
locked by the other processor,
machine, or during
check VMPRRCT, (the count of
post-extend p~ocessing,
priority CPEXBLOKs). If this is
either the expected
nonzero but there are no priority
processor-related
CPEXBLOKs on the dispatcher's
priority CPEXBLOK is
stack, this field has probably
not found or the lock
been overlaid and other .ethods
for the associated
I must be used to determine the
V!BLOK is not available. I cause of the overlay.

DSP006

DMKDSPRU, the run-user
entry to the dispatcher
vas entered when the
syste. was not is
attached processor .ode.

I use the trace table to help
I determine the caller of
I D!KDSPRU.
I
I

I EXT001

A serial signal request
has been received and
the global system lock
is not held.

In the PSI of the abending processor, the work/save area SIGSAVE contains the return address
of the caller of D!KEXTSP, this
address is at offset X'8' into
SIGSAVE. At offset 0 into SIGSAVE
is the base address of the caller.

FRE001

The size of the block
being returned (via
RO) is less
than or
equal to o.

Using FREER14 and PREER12 in the
PSA, identify the
CP
module
releasing the storage. Check for
an error in calculating the size
of the block or for a .odification to the stored block size for
variable-size blocks.

The address of the free
storage
block
being
returned
matches the
address of a block already
in
the
free
L, _ _ _ _ __ storage chain.

Identify the program returning
the storage by means of the return address and base registers
(FREE14 and FREE12 in D!KFRE's
save area in P SA) • The most common cause of this type of failure

FRE002

Figure 1.

18

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CP Abend Codes (Part 5 of 21)

VM/370 system Messages

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

FRE002 I
(cont.) I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I

Action
is a module that returns a free
storage block but fails to clear
a pointer to the block that has
been saved elsewhere. All modules that return blocks via a
call
to DftKFRET should first
verify that the saved pointer is
nonzero;
after
returning the
block, any saved pointers should
be set to zero.

FRE003

The address of the free
storage
block
being
returned overlaps the
next lower block on the
free storage chain.

A free storage pointer may have
been destroyed. Also, the module
releasing the lower (overlapped)
block may have returned too much
storage. Examine the lower block
and determine its use and former
owner, or identify the program
returning the storage by means of
the return
address and
base
registers
stored (FREER14 and
FREER12 in D!KFRE's save area in
PSA). The most common cause of
this type of failure is a module
that returns a free storage block
but fails to clear a pointer to
the block that has been saved
elsewhere. All modules that return blocks via a call to DftKFRET
should
first verify that the
saved pointer is nonzero; after
returning the block, any saved
pointers should be set to zero.

FRE004

The address of the free
storage
block
being
returned overlaps the
next higher block on
free storage chain.

A free storage pointer may have
been destroyed. Also, the module
releasing the higher (ove rlapped)
block may have returned too much
storage, or the module may be
attempting to release storage at
the wrong address.

FREOOS

A module is attempting
to release storage in
the
resident
V8/310
nucleus.

A module is probably attempting
to release location O. Check for
the module picking up a pointer
to .the free storage block without
first testing the pointer for O.
Use FREER14 and FREER12 in the
PSA to identify the module.

FRE006

A module is reguesting
a block
of
storage
whose size (contained
in R O) is less than
or equal to zero.

Using FREER14 and FREER12 in the
PSA, identify the module. Check
for an error in calculating the
block size. Improper use of the
halfword
instructions ICft and
STC! can cause truncation of high
order bits that results in a calculation error.

Figure 1.

CP Abend Codes (Part 6 of 21)

System Codes

19

r--------------------------------------------------------------------------,
Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

FRE007

A module is attempting
to release a block of
storage whose address
exceeds
the size of
real storage.

free storage pointer may have
been destroyed. Attempt to identify the owners of the free storage blocks adjacent to the one
containing the pointer that was
destroyed. Check for moves and
translation where initial counts
of zero have been decremented to
minus 1, thus
generating
an
executed length code of X'FF', or
an effective length of 256 bytes.

FREooa

The address of the free
hloc~
being
returned
matches the
address of the first
block in the subpool
for that size.

program returning
qeans of ~be rF.turn address and stored base registers (FREER14 and FREER12 in
DKKFRE's save area in the PSA).
The common cause of this type of
failure is a module that returns
a free storage block but fails to
clear a pointer to the block that
has been saved elsewhere.
111
modules that return blocks via a
call to DftKFRET should
first
verify that the saved pointer is
nonzero;
after
returning the
block, any saved pointers should
be set to zero.

1

Ident ify

FRE009

The address of the free
storage
block
being
returned matches
the
second
block in the
subpool for that size.

FRE010

A program is attempting
to extend free storage
while storage is being
extended. This can be
caused by I/O interruptions
or
channel
programs
involving
channels
other
than
channel o.

FRE011

A CP
module has attempted
to return a
block of storage that
is in the user dynamic
paging area.

FRE012

An extend was entered
while extending. The
free storage extend
buffer is unavailable.

the

the storaae bv

~~oraae

If the
storage requests that
caused the abend are due to channel activity,
place the device
involved on channel 0, which is
disabled during free storage extension.

I
I
I
I
,
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
t
I

I dent ify the program returning
the storage by means of the return address and stored base registers (FREER14 and FREER12 in
DftKFREE's save area in the PSA).
The common cause of this type of
failure is a module that returns
a free storage block but fails to
clear a pointer to the block that
has been saved elsewhere. All
modules that return blocks via a
call to
DftKFRET should first
verify that the saved pointer is
nonzero;
after
returning the
block, any saved pointers should
be set to zero.
The system workload requires more
free storage than is available.
Either: (1) Reassemble DftKSYS withl
a larger value for FREE in the
I
SYSCOR s~atement and reinstall thel
CP nucleus, (2) Restrict the
I
number of users on the system, or I
(3) Add more real storage.
I
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Figure 7.

20

CP Abend Codes (part 7 of 21)

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

FRE014

DKKFRE must defer satisfying a free storage
request when it is
necessary to call DKKPTRFR and the global
supervisor lock cannot
be obtained. The free
storage extend buffer
reserved for this
purpose is not
available.

Examine the internal trace table
and storage dump to determine why
the free storage extend buffer
was not previously replenished.

FRE01S

Attempt to recursively
set CPFRESW in absolute
PSA. DKKFRE is attempt- ,
ing to transfer process-I
ing from the main
I
processor following a
I
successful call to D!K- i
PTEFR to extend free
I
storage.
I

Examine the internal trace table
and FREESIVE in each real PSI in
the storage dump to identify the
error during extend processing.

HVDOOl

The user pointed to by
Rll issued a DIlGNOSE
instruction while attempting to format the
I/O
error,
channel
check, or machine check
recording areas;
the
SYSRES device type is
unrecognizable.

The RDEVBLOK for the SYSRES device was probably destroyed, or a
volume with the same serial number as the SYSRES volume was
mounted. If a volume with the
same serial number was mounted,
check the 1~~lCH processing in
the DKKVDB routine.

IOSOO 1

The caller is trying
to
reset
an active
IOBLOK from the RCHBlOK
queue, but that IOBI0K
contains
an
invalid
address.

The IOBLOK may have been returned
(via DKKFRET)
or
destroyed.
Verify that the IOBLOK was valid
and use the IOBLOK and RDEVBLOK
to determine the last operation.

105002

DMKI05 is attempting to
restart an IOBlOK from
the RCHBlOK queue, but
that IOBLOK
contains
an invalid address.

10S003

DftK10S is attempting to
remove an IOBLOK from a
queue, but that 10BLOK
contains
an
invalid
address.

Register 2 points to the RCHBLOK,
RCUBLOK, or RDEVBLOK fro. whose
queue the 10BLOK is being removed. Register 10 points to the
10BLOK. Use the
CP
internal
trace table to determine which
module called DKK10S twice to
start the same 10BLOK.

IOS004

DKKIOSHl was called to
halt I/O associated
with an IOBLOK pointed
to by register 10.
However, register 10
points to an IOBLOK
that is marked as a
mini-lOB. I mini-lOB
is not allowed to exist
outside the control of
DKK10S.

Examine the trace table in the
storage dump and determine what
routine built and called DKK10SHA
with IOBLOK marked as a mini-lOB
That routine is in error.

Figure 7.

CP Abend Codes (part 8 of 21)

System Codes

21

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

105005

D!!KIOS was called to
perform I/O for a
device using fixed path
I/O. lOS is to bypass
using any alternate
path to the device. The
real device block
address that was passed
in R8 is not the real
device address in the
IOBIADD field.

Examine the trace table and
determine who called lOS requesting the fixed path I/O. Either
an incorrect call was made to
D!!KIOS, R8 did not point to the
correct real device block, or the
lOB that is pointed to by R10
was overlaid.

IOS006

D!!KIOS was called to
perform I/O for a device
where no available path
was found. D!KlOS
returns the lOB to the
caller with an indication of condition code
3 and fatal I/O. The
lOB that was pointed
to by R10 is marked as
a mini-lOB, and minilOBs are not allowed
to exist outside DHKIOS.

Examine the trace table and
storage dump to determine what
routine built the lOB and marked
it as a mini-lOB and then passed
it to D!!KIOS.

IOS007

In attempting to start
an I/O request, lOS
must remove all alternate path lOBs that
exist on paths to the
device except the one
that is about to te
started. In scanning
the chain of these
lOB's, two were not
marked as mini-lOB,
indicating two real requests for the same I/O.

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Examine the trace table to
determine the sequence of events
that led to two lOBs being
passed to lOS and then having
both lOBs occur on the same
request chain.

,
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I

Examine the dump to determine what
During I/O restart
(restarting the device,
caused the current channel block
control unit, or chan(R6) and/or control unit block
nel that caused the
(R7) to be chained for a restart.
interrupt), the "findpath" routine was called to find an availatle
path to the device.
However, the findpath
routine found an available path different
from the one that caused
the I/O interrupt. In
this situation, lOS
chains the new control
unit and/or channel
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IOS008

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Figure 7.

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CP Abend Codes (Part 9 of 21)

IBM VH/370 System Kessages

lbend
Code

Reason for Abend

lction

IOS008
(cont.)

block to the one that
caused the interrupt
I
and remembers to restartl
before exiting to the
I
dispatcher. I new cban-I
nel or control unit was I
already chained for a
I
restart condition. If I
allowed to proceed, tbe I
blocks to which it was I
chained would be lost, I
queued I/O request wouldl
not be restarted.
I

LOKOOl

An OBTAIN request has
been made for a lock
that is held by the
requesting processor.

B1 contains the lockword address
at the time of the abend. In the
PSI of the abending processor, the
savearea LOKSAVE contains the
return address of the caller at
offset X'38' and the entry point
address into DBKLOK at
offset X'3e'.

LOK003

1 RELEASE has been
issued for a lock that
is not owned by the
requesting processor.
DMKLOK does not get
control for a RELEASE
request.

Use the supervisor old PSW in the
PSI of the abendinq processor to
identify the module where the
error occurred. Bl contains
either the lockword address (in
the case of a global lock) or the
address of the YBBLOK (in the casel
of a VftBLOK lock) at the time of I
the abend.
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MCTOOl
Automatic Processor
Check DftKLOKSY to determine if thel
Recovery (DftKftCTPR) has
received control on the
main processor without
the global system lock
and the lock could not
be obtained.

system lockword has been overlaid.1
If the attached processor owns thel
lock, check the R12 value in
I
DftKLOKSY+4 to determine who
I
obtained the lock. The system
I
should not be in automatic
I
processor recovery if the attached
processor was in supervisor state.

NLE001

During execution of a
Correct the RDEVICE macro speciNETWORK DUMP com.and,
fying the 3704 or 3705, reassemor during an automatic
ble the DftKRIO module, and regendump of a 370Q or 3705,
erate the Yft/370 CP nucleus with
VM/370 detected tbat it
the corrected module.
had not allocated sufficient
DASD
spool
space to contain the
information
from the
3104 or 3705. The MODEL
operand of the RDEVICE
macro
describing tbe
3704 or 3705 was not
specified
correctly.
VK/370 determines the
storage size of a 3704
or 3705 by the model
specified
on
the
RDEVICE macro.
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Figure 7.

CP Abend Codes (part 10 of 21)

System Codes

23

r-----------------------------------------------------------------------------,
Abend
Code

Action

Reason for Abend

PGS001

The resident page count
in the VMBLOK (V!PAGES) I
is reduced to a negativel
value.
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PGT001

The number of cylinders
in use stored in the
allocation
block
(ALOCBLOK) is less than
the maximum
but the
DMKPGT module was unable to find available
cylinders.

Inspect module that update
V!PAGES for the virtual machine,.
Check the routine to determine
why it is inconsistent with the
number of CORTABLE entries
assigned to this virtual machine.

For FB-512 devices
(DKKPGT is allocating on
on an FB-512 device) the
number of pages in use
(ALOFUSED) is less than
the maximum (ALuF!AX),
but DKKPGT could not
find a RECBLOK containing an available page.

PGT002

The
count of
pages
in a page
allocation
block (RECBLOK) is less
than the maximum but
the DKKPGT module was
unable to find available pages.

PGU001

The
DASD
page slot
being released is not
marked allocated.

If the RECBLOK in question is in
use for paging, then locate a
SWPTABLE entry for each page
represented by this RECBLOK.
FB-512 RECBLOKs describe the rangel
of page numbers in fields RECSTRT I
and RECEND. However, if the pages
are in use for spooling, it is
possible that the RECBLOK itself
has been destroyed or that the updating of the use count is faulty.

Identify the module attempting to
release the page by means of the
caller's return address and base
register stored in BALR14 and
BALR12 in the BALRSAVE save area
L________________________________________________________________________

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Figure 7.
24

CP Abend Codes (Part 11 of 21)

IBK VK/370 System Kessages

r----------------------------------------------------------------------~

I Abend
I Code

Reason for Abend

Action

1--------------------------------------------------------------in PSA.
Locate
the
source
I PGU001

,, (cont.)

(control block or SWPTABLE entry)
of the DASD address being released to verify that they have
not
been
destroyed.
If the
DASD page is in a spool file, it
is possible that the file or the
RECBLOK chain has been incorrect~
ly checkpointed and warmstarted
after a system shutdown or a
system crash.

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PGU002

The dummy RECBLOK indicating
the
spooling
DASD pages on the cylinder that are to be
released
contains
a
paqe count greater than
the number of pages allocated
on the cylinder.

The spool file pointers may have
been destroyed while the file was
being processed, or the allocation chain may be in error. A
cold start may be necessary. If
feasible,
use
the DASD dump/
restore program to print the DASD
areas containing
the affected
file, and try to locate the incorrect pointers.

PGU003

A module is trying to
release
a DASD page
SlOL on a cylinder
or
FB-512 extent for which I
no page allocation blockl
(RECBLOK) exists.
l
1

Use BALR14 and BALR12 in the
BALRSAVE save area of the PSA to
identify the module attempting to
release the page. For count-keydata DASD, verify that the DASD
cylinder address is valid for the
device in question. If it is and
the rest of the DASD address is
valid, verify that the cylinder iSI
in the dynamically allocatable I
area. For FB-512 DASD, verify
I
that the page number is valid and I
in the dynamically allocated area.,
If these restrictions are met, the
the DASD page must have been used
by more than one user.

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PGU004

The last DASD page slot
in a RECBLOK has been
deallocated but the bit
representing the cylinder in the
cylinder
allocation
block
(ALOCBLOK) is not currently set to one, indicating that the cylinder was not allocated.

The ALOCBLOK has probably been
destroyed, or the chain pointer
in the RDEVBLOK is in error.

Note: Because allocation-of pages on an
FB-512 device does not
use this bit map, this
code is not applicable
to FB-512 devices.

----------------·---------------------------------------------------1
PGU006
A module is trying to
Use BALR14 and BALR12 in the I
release a page of virtual storage in use by
the VM/370 control program that bas not been
marked allocated.

BALRSAVE save area of the PSA to I
identify the module attempting to I
release the page. Locate the con-I
trol block containing the virtual I
page address that is being re- I

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Figure 7.

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CP Abend Codes (Part 12 of 21)

System Codes

25

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action
leased. It is possible that the
address has been destroyed, or a
pointer to a virtual page has
been retained after the page was
destroyed.

PGU006 1
(cont.)1
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--------1-----------------------------------------------------------PGU005 I The systea's
virtual
Request users to close all spool
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storage buffers
have
been exhausted because
of an excessive nuater
of open spool files.

files that are no longer active.

PRGOOl

prograa check
tion) in the
prograa.

Examine the abend duap. In particular. exaaine the old PSW and
identify the aodule that had the
prograa check.

PRG002

prograa check (privileged operation) in the
control program.

~GOO3

Prograa check (execute)
in the control program.

PRG004

Prograa check (protection)
in the control
prograa.

~GOO5

Prograa check (addressing) in the
control
prograa.

~GOO6

program check (specification) in the control
program.

PBG001

program check (data) in
the control program.

PBG008

Program check (fixedpoint overflow) in the
control program.

PRG009

Program check
(fixedpoint divide)
in the
control prograa.

PRG010

program check (deciaal
overflow) in the control program.

PRG011

Program check (aecimal
divide) in the control
prograa.

PRG012

program check (exponential overflow)
in the
control program.

PRG013

Program check (exponential underflow) in the
control program.

PBG014

program check (significance) in the control
proqraa.

Figure 1.

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CP Abend Codes (Part 13 of 21)

IB" V"/370 System Messages

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

PBG015

Program
check
(floating-point
divide in the
control
program.

PBG016

Program check (segment)
in the control program.

PRG017

Program check (paging)
in the control program.

PBG018

Program check (translation) . in the control
program.

PRG019

Program check (special
operation) in the control program.

PBG254

A translation specification
exception has
been
received for a
virtual machine that is
not in extended control
mode.

If the set of translation tables
pointed to by RUNCR1 is correct,
a hardware failure has occurred,
possibly with
dynamic address
translation. Otherwise, call your
system support personnel.

PBG255

A PEB (program
event
recording) has been received for a virtual
machine that is running
with PER disabled in
its virtual PSi.

Retry the program causing the error; if the problem persists,
call
your
system
support
personnel.

PSA002

The "system Restart"
Examine the resulting abend dump
console key was pressed., for a dynamic picture of the
The operator normally
system's status.
takes this action when
an unusual system condition occurs, such as
a system loop or slow
machine operation.

PSA003

An unrecoverable DASD
error occurred on a
I
paging device. Or pagingl
device is offline.
I

Check the trace table for a start
I/O in the paging device with a
condition code 3 to verify device
is offline.
If offline, vary
I paging device online. Or check
the unit address at hex 'a9' in
the PSA to find paging device in
I error. This is a hardware error.

,,

PSl004

I CPU timer interruprt
occurred either while
the system was in a wait
state or when an enable
window was opened.

Check CPSTATUS in the PSI to
determine whether the interrupt
occurred while in a wait state or
during an enable window. If the
interrupt occurred while in a waitl
state (CPiAIT on in CPSTITUS), thel
timer value at the time of the
r
interrupt is stored in the PSAs
,
iIITEND. If the interrupt occurred I
during an enable window (CPEX on ,
in CPSTATUS), the timer value is I
stored in the first two words of ,
the PSis TEftPS1VE. If the timer ,
value is negative, it is probably ,
a programming error. Try to
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Pigure 7.

CP Abend Codes (Part 14 of 21)

System Codes

27

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

I
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determine why the timer was set
1
PSA004 I
to a negative value. If the timerl
value is positive, obtain hardware
support to determine why the
interrupt occurred.

(cont.) I
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Use register 12 and register 14
at the time of the abend to
identify the module attempting to
unlock the page frame. Check for
the source of the invalid address.

PTR002

A program is attempting
to unlock a page frame
whose address exceeds
real storage size.

!»TR003

A program is attempting
to unlock a real storage page frame that is
in a VLR region whose
CORTABLE entry is not
flagged as locked.

PTR004

The lock count in the
CORTABLE entry for the
page frame being unlocked has been dEcremented to a value that
is less than O.

Check the routines that update
the lock count field and COR TABLE
entry.

PTR001

DKKPBE requested a page
for fixed free storage
but DKKPTR determined
that
there
were no
pages left in the dynamic paging area.

Examine the dump for one of the
following conditions:
1. Excessive
amounts
of free
storage have been allocated by
CP
and
not released
via
DftKFRET. Look for blocks of
identical data and determine
which modules built that data.
2~ A
block of storage greater
than 4096 bytes was requested.
Requests for large blocks of
free storage require contiguous pages from DKKPTR and as
a result have a higher probability of failure than requests for one page or less.
If possible, change the application to reduce the size of
storage requests. Otherwise~
schedule the application when
storage is less fragmented.

PTR008

A COBT1BLE entry on the
free list points to a
valid PTE (page takle
entry), but the page is
allocated.

Pages on the free list should not
contain valid PTEs. Examine the
dump to determine which module
called D!KPTRFR. The module that
called DftKPTRPB probably contains
an error.

PTR010

The count of the number
of resident
reserved
pages vas incorrectly
decremented so that the
count is now less than
zero.

The field D!KPTRRC contains the
number
of
reserved
pages.
DKKPTRRC must always be less than
D!KDSPIP. Check the routines that
update
these two count fields
(D8KDSPIP and D!KPTRRC).

Figure 1.

28

CP Abend Codes (part 1S of 21)

IB! V8/310 system Kessages

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

PTR011

A CORTABLE entry to be
placed on the free list
points to a valid PTE
(page table entry), but
the page is allocated.
An abend occurs trying
to honor a deferred request.

Pages to be put on the free list
should not contain valid PTEs.
Examine the dump to determine why
the page was not marked invalid
before the call to D!KPTRFT.

PTR012

A CORTABLE entry to be
placed on the free list
points to a valid PTE
(page table entry), but
the page is allocated.

Pages on the FRBELIST should
not contain valid PTEs. Examine
the dump to determine which modulel
called D!KPTRFT, it probably
I
contains an error.
I

put a page on the lRBELIST that is already on
the FREELIST.

FREELIST should not be specified I
in a call to D!KPTRFT. Check the I
FREELIST and flush list for validity. Restart the system and, if
the problem persists, call your
system support pe~sonnel.

PTR015

The core table entry fori
a flush list page does I
not contain a page tablel
pointer.
I
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Examine the storage dump to determine either how the page was
placed on the flush list without
a PTE pointer or what module subsequently modified the core table
entry.

PTR016

DMKPTR is about to steal, Examine the storage dump to identa changed shared page
ify the error in shared segment
and calls D!KV!ASH to
processing.
scan for all shared
pages changed by LASTUSER. DMKV8A is unable
to locate any changed
shared pages.

PTB017

D8KP~RAN has identified
a call with processor
affinity set on the
attached processor for
a equal to zero.
D8KPTRAN may only be
,
called with affin.i.ty set,
on the main processor.
,

Examine the savearea pointed to
by R.13 to determine vhy PTR was
called with affinity set to the
attached processor for a page
with SiPDPIGE equal to zero.

PTR018

The resident page count ,
in the V!BLOK (V"PAGES) I
is reduced to a negative I
value.
,
I

Inspect modules that update
V!PAGES for the virtual machine.
Examine the routine to determine
vhy it is inconsistent. with the
number of CORTABLE entries
assigned to this virtual machine.

-------------------=---------------------------------------------1
D!KPRTFT was called to
A page that is already on the
I
PTR01~

,

PTR019

The flused count page in, Examine the CORTABLE entry for thel
the VMBLOK (V8FLPAG) is I page frame being removed from the I
negative.
I flush list. Also, inspect aodulesl
I
I that update V!FLPAG.

--------------------------------------------------------------1
PTR020
The system flushed page
Examine the CORTABLE entry for thel
count (DMKPTRUC)
negative ..
iqure 7.

is

page frame being removed from the I
flush list. Ilso, inspect modulesl
that update D!KPTRUC.
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CP Ibend Codes (Part 16 of 21)

System Codes

29

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

RGA001

The reflected
device
status in the CSW is
not supported for certain 3270 remote device
and line protocol I/O
operations.
Specifically, the returned CSi
contains a device status other than CE, DR,
and UE; and the ending
CCi contains an embedded teleprocessing code
of 02, 03, or 06.

RGA002

The
status
flag
BSCFLAG in the BSCB10K
indicates a condition
that is not valid for a
3270 line reset function
(Teleprocessing
code 09).

RNB001

An unrecoverable
I/O
error occurred during
read or write for the
3704/3705.
Status
indicates
program
failure.

Retry. If the problem persists,
ensure that the 3704/3705 and
channel hardware are functioning
correctly.

RRH002

A response that should
not occur was received
from
the
3704/3705
control program.

Verify that the 3704/3705 RCP is
operating
correctly.
Use the
NETWORK TRACE command to deteraine the exact cause of the response.

RPAOOl

The
virtual
address
supplied to DKKRPAGT is
outside of the virtual
storage
being referenced.

RPA002

The virtual
address
supplied to DKKRPAPT is
outside of the virtual
storage
being referenced.

The virtual storage belongs either to the user whose VKBLOK is
pointed to by
R11 or, if R2
in the SAVEAREA indicates a PARK
of SYSTEM, to the system VMBLOK.
Identify the calling program by
means of the return address and
base
register
saved in the
SAVElREA pointed to by
R13. If
the virtual address was obtained
from the system's virtual storage, examine the virtual page
allocation routine, DMKPTRVG. If
the virtual
page refers to a
user's storage, attempt to identify the routine that generated
the incorrect address. Verify
that the VMSIZE in the relevant
VMBLOK
reflects
the correct
storage size for the system or
user being referenced.

RPA003

The user page count in
the VMBLOK hecalle negative.

IPL to restart the system. If the
problem persists, call your
system support personnel.

A lIodule has attempted to release
more pages than it originally
received. The module that last
called DMKRPA is probably the
module in error.
L--____________________________________________________________________
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Figure 7.

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CP Abend Codes (Part 17 of 21)

IBM VH/370 System Messages

Abend
Code

Action

Reason for Abend

SCH001

The total
nu.ber of
interactive users plus
batch
users
in the
scheduler's
queue is
less
than
zero. 1
counter was
probably
decremented incorrectly.

The field SCHBl is the count of
the number of interactive users
and the field SCHN2 is the count
of the nuaber of batch users.
Check the routines that update
these two count fields (SCHB1 and
SCHN2) to determine why their sua
vas negative.

1 SCN001

The VDEYLIHK chain is
invalid.
A VDEVB10K
has a link field that
points
to
another
YDEYBLOK
associated
with the
same
real
device.
The
first
VDEVBLOK is not pointed
to by any other link
field in the chain.

IPL to restart.
If the problem
persists, examine the fDEfBLOKs
in the link chain as well as the
one whose link field points into
the chain but is not in the
chain. Determine what the owner
of the VDEVBLOK was doinq at the
time.

D!KSTK was attempting tol
stack an IOBLOK, a TBQ- ,
BLOK, or a CPEXBLOK for I
a particular virtual
I
machine and the counter I
in the V!BLOK overflowed
its half-word boundary
makinq the counter
appear negative. Since
this will happen only
when the counter exceeds
32,767, the probable
cause of this error is
either a proqram loop
that includes the
stacking of a CPEXBLCK,
IOBLOK or TBQBLOK, or
an overlay of the
V!BLOK.

verify that the counters in the
V!BLOK reflects the correct number I
of BLOKs stacked for this virtual I
machine. If they do not, determinel
who has overlaid either V!STKCHT I
(the count of IOBLOKs, TRQBLOKs, 1
and normal CPEXBLOK~ or V!PBBCT I
(the count of processor related
I
CPEXBLOKs). If the VBBLOK counters I
are accurate, identify the caller I
of D!KSTK by looking in SITHSAVE I
in the PSA of the abendinq proces-I
sore The R14 value in the saveareal
contains the return address of the
caller of DBKSTK~

STKOOl

- - - (System Extensions) - - STROOl

LRA gets a translation 1 If the problem persists, obtain a
or length condition code 1 dump and call your system support
for a valid page.
I personnel.

---------------------------------1
An attempt is being madel
STR003

to migrate a table into t
storage for a segment
1
that is already valid. 1

---------------------------------1
An atteapt is being madel
STR004
to bring a page into
storage that does not
exist.

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STR007
The save area stack
1

,

chain is invalid or the
specific request could I
not be found on the
I
chain.
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igure 7.

CP Abend Codes (Part 18 of 21)

System codes

31

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

1
1

Action

-------------------------------------------------------------------1
No free
storage
is
SVC001
Try to identify the extreme load 1
available
areas.

for

save

condition that caused the prob- 1
lem. If the storage reguests are 1
valid and the problem occurs 1
regularly, alter the DftKCPI modulel
to allocate more than six pages
1
of free storage per 256K bytes
I
of storage.
1

--------------------------------------------------------------------1
Use the supervisor old PSi in the 1
A supervisor state SVC
SVc002
was issued without the
global system lock.

PSA of the abending processor to
identify the module that issued
the SVC without the system lock.

1
1
I

----------------------------------------------------------------------,
In most cases, location X B9' willi
An unrecoverable DASD
SVC003
I

I/O error occurred on a
paging device.

contain the unit address of the
I
failing device. On certain types I
of errors, it may be necessary to I
scan the trace table from the cur-I
rent entry, back, looking for an I
I/O interrupt from a paging device
with an error CSW, to determine
the device in error. Call your
system support personnel.

TDK001

A program is att€~ptin9
to deallocate a cylinder or FB-512 extent(s)
of T-disk space for
which
no
cylinder
allocation
block
(lLOCBLOK) exists.
For FB-512 devices, the
allocation control block
is called ALOFBLOK.

TDK002

A program is attempting
to
deallocate cylinder(s) of T-disk space
that are not marked allocated.

Verify that
R8
points to a
RDEVBLOK for a CP-owned volume.
If it does not, the error may
originate in the calling program.
Identify the caller by the return
address and base register in the
SAVEAREA pointed to by R13, and
try to idenify the source of the
incorrect RDEVBLOK address. If
the RDEVBLOK is valid, it may be
that the cylinder number passed
is incorrect. The VDEVBLOK for
the device for which the T-disk
was defined may have been destroyed. If the cylinder number
appears valid, examine the allocation record on the real volume
by running DftKFftT (Vft/370 Format
program), invoking the ALLOCATE
option without allocating any new
space. If the output shows that
deallocated cylinder falls within
an area defined for T-disk allocation, the ALOCBLOK or ALOFBLOK
chained to the RDEVBLOK may be
destroyed.

UDR001

The user directory module is looping trying
to read all of
the
UDIRBLOK page buffers
from the directory device, or a directory
containing over 10,816
users was loaded.

Use the DASD Dump Restore program
to print the UDIRBLOK page buffers from the directory device.
Determine whether the chain pointers are valid.

L---------------___________________ -__________________-________________
Figure 7.

32

CP Abend Codes (Part 19 of 21)

IBM VM/370 System Messages

~

r----------------------------------------------------------------------~

Abend
Code

Reason for Abend

Action

UDR002

The resident page count I
in the VMBLOK (VMPAGES) I
is reduced to a negativel
value.
I
I
I

Inspect modules that update
V"PAGES for the virtual machine.
Check the routine to determine
why it is inconsistent with the
number of CORTABLE entries
assigned to this virtual machine.

VDA002

The system-owned list
has an invalid format.

IPL to restart. If the problem
persists, check the SYSOiN macro
in DMKSYS for validity. If the
macro is good, print the dump "and
examine it.

VDR003

The DASD link chain is
invalids In the case of
minidisks, attaching a
minidisk that PQints to
an RDEVBLOK whose count
of users is already zero causes this abend.

IPL to restart. If the problem
persists, examine the
RDEVSYS
flag. If the RDEVSYS flag is off,
the problem is especially serious; print and examine the dump.
Examine the VDEVBLOK and RDEVBLOK
checking the link chain.

VDS001

A virtual device definition has been requested for a minidisk
that is already defined
to the system (either
as a different device
to the user or a device
to another user on the
system). The directory
indicates that the
minidisk uses the
virtual reserve release
logic, but there is no
existing VRRBLOK.

Examine the virtual blocks for
the existing links to the minidisk and determine why the
existing virtual device block
pointed to by R3 does not point
to a VRRBLOK.

VI0002

DKKSCNVU was unable to
locate all of the virtual I/O control blocks
for the virtual unit
address associated with
the
interrupt
just
stacked.

verify that the unit address in
the field IOBVADD in the IOBLOK
pointed to by R10 is valid for
the user who ~n~t~ated the I/O.
The field IOBUSER contains the
address of the userls V"BLOK. If
the address is valid, the integ~
rity of the userls virtual I/O
configuration has probably been
been destroyed. If the address is
not valid, the IOBLOK has been
altered, or was built incorrectly
in the first place.

VI0003

DMKIOS has returned an
IOBLOK
indicating
a
condition code of 2 was
received from the START
I/O for the operation.

Condition code 2 should never be
returned to the virtual I/O interrupt handler.
Its presence
indicates either a failure in the
I/O supervisor (DKKIOS), or that
the status field in the IOBLOK
(IOBSTAT) has been destroyed.

VMA008

The resident page count
Inspect modules that update
in the VMBLOK (VKPAGES) I V!PAGES for the virtual machine.
is reduced to a negativel Check the routine to determine
value.
I why it is inconsistent with the
I number of CORTABLE entries
L ______________________________________________________________________
I assigned to this virtual machine.

~

Figure 7.

CP Abend Codes (part 20 of 21)

System Codes

33

I Abend
I Code

Reason for Abend

Action

D!KRSPDP has lost the
, in process V!DU!P.

If the problea persists, notify
I the systea program.er.

,--------------------------------------------------------------,V!D001
The duap chain anchored
Initialize the systea to restart.
I
I

1-----------------------------------------------------------------~----

, VSP001 t The virtual
spooling
I
I aanager could not 10,
I cate all virtual con,
, trol blocks for an inI
I terrupting unit.
I
I
I
I
I
I

,

Figure 7.

34

I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I

Verify that the unit
address
(IOBVADD) in the IOBLOK is valid.
If the address is valid, the integrity of the virtual I/O configuration bas probably been destroyed. If the address is not
valid, the IOBLOK bas been altered or vas built incorrectly.

CP Abend Codes (Part 21 of 21)

IB! V!/370 System !essages

eMS Abend Codes

command in your PROFILE EXEC. Then if a
problem does arise, a copy of your terminal
activity is available for reference. If the
session
is uneventful,
the
resulting
printer file can be purged.

USER ACTION
When a CMS abend occurs, you can either:
1.

mode
Enter DEBUG
subcommand, or

the

DUMP

2.

Get a CP read on your terminal, or
Icp, and issue the DUMP cOllmand.

type

and

issue

Either of these actions causes a dump of storage
to be performed. Do not issue the DUMP command
in CMS mode, because abend processing will take
place before the dump is performed and the
indications of the error will be lost.
3.

Save the console sheet. If you are using a
display terminal as your virtual console,
it is a good idea to spool your console
output to the printer by issuing the CP
command SPOOL CONSOLE START Either at the
start of the session or by having the

4.

After the DUftP command is executed, the
system automatically
initiates recovery
procedures, so it should not be necessary
to re-IPL CMS. If,
however, an error
message is displayed indicating that error
recovery
has
failed,
you
should
reinitialize (via IPL) CMS.

5.

To report a CftS problem, give the dump, the
console sheet (or printed console file, if
it was spooled), and copies of the CMS
files involved to systell support personnel.

Figure 8 lists the CftS abend codes and the
modules that issue them, the cause of the
abnormal termination, and the action the user
should take to recover and continue.

System Codes

35

Abend I !odule
Code I Nalle

Cause of Abend

001

D!SSCT

The problem program encountered an input/output error
processing
an OS lIacro.
Either the associated DCB
did not have a SYNAD routine specified or the I/O
error
was
encountered
processing
an
OS CLOSE
macro.

!essage
D!SSCT120S
indicates the possible
cause of the error.
Examine
the
error
aessage and take the
action indicated.

034

D!SVIP

~he problem program encountered an I/O error while
processing a VSA! action
macro
under
DOS/VS for
which there is no OS equivalent.
An internal error
occurred in a DOS VSA! routine.

Refer to the DOS/VS
!essages
Refer~,
Order No.
GC33-S379,
to determine the cause
of the VSA! error.

OCx

D!SITP

The specified hardware exception occurred at a specified location. "x"
is
the type of exception:

Type DEBUG to examine
the PSW and registers
at the time of the
exception.

&

o

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
9
I

B

C
D
E
F

~

I!PBECISE
OPERATION
PRIVILEGED OPERATION
EIECUTE
PBOTECTIO B
ADDRESSING
SPECIFICATION
DECI!AL DATA
FIlED-POINT OVERFLOW
FIlED-POINT DIVIDE
DECI!AL OVBRFLOW
DECI!Al DIVIDE
EXPONENT OVERFLOW
EIPONENT UNDBRFLOW
SIGNIFICANCE
FLOATING-POINT DIVIDE

OFO

D!SITS

Insufficient free storage
is available to allocate a
save area for an SVC call.

If
the
abend
was
caused by an error in
the application prograa, correct it; if
not, use the CP DEFINE
command
to increase
the size of virtual
storage and then restart C!S.

OF1

D!lSITS

An invalid halfword code is
associated with SVC 203.

Enter DEBUG and type
GO. Execution continues.

Figure 8.

36

Action

C!S Abend Codes (Part 1 of 4)

IBH V8/370 System !lessages

Abend, Sodule
Code I Nalle

Cause of Abend

Action

OF2

DSSITS

The CMS nesting level of 20
has been exceeded.

None. abend recovery
takes place when the
next command is entered.

OF3

DSSITS

C~S
SVC
(202 or 203) instruction was executed and
prov1s1on was made for an
error return froll the routine processing the SVC.

Enter DEBUG and type
GO. Control returns to
the point to which a
normal return
would
have been made.

OF4

DSSITS

The DSSKEY
flowed.

Enter DEBUG and type
GO. Execution continues and the DSSKEY
macro is ignorede

OFS

DftSITS

The DKSKEY key stack underflowed.

OF6

DMSITS

The DMSKEY key stack was
not empty when control returned froll a command or
fUnction.

Enter DEBUG and type
GO.
Control returns
from
the command or
function as if the key
stack had been empty@

OF7

DftSFRE

Occurs
when
TYPCALL=SVC
(the default)
is specified
in the DMSFREE or DKSFRET
macro.

When a system abend
occurs, use DEBUG to
attempt recovery.

OF8

DSSFRE

Occurs when TYPCAIL=BALR is
specified in the DKSFREE or
DKSFRET Sacro devices.

When a system abend
occurs, use DEBUG to
attempt recovery.

101

DHSSVN

The wait count specified in
an as WAIT macro was larger
than the number of ECBs
specified.

Examine the
program
for
excessive wait
count specification.

104

DKSVIB

The as interface to DOS/VS
VSA! is unable to continue
execution of the problem
program.

See the additional error message accompanying the abend message,
correct the error, and
reexecute the program.

Figure 8.

key stack over-

CMS Abend Codes (part 2 of 4)

System Codes

37

r------------------------------------------------------------------------,
Abend, Module
Code,

Cause of Abend

Name

Action

155

DHSSLN

Error during lCADMOD after
an OS LINK, LOAD, ICTL, or
ATTACH. The compiler switch
is on.

See the last LOADHOD
(D!S!OD) error message
for error description.
In the case of an I/O
error,
recreate the
module. If the module
is missing, create it.

15A

DMSSLN

Severe error during load
(phase not found)
after an
OS LINK, LOAD,
ICTL, or
ATTACH. The compiler switch
is on.

See last LOAD error
mes sage (D!SL IO)
for
the error description.
In the case of an I/O
error, re-create the
text deck or TITLIB.
If either is missing,
create it.

174

DKSVIB

The as inter ace to DOS/VS
VSA! is unable to continue
execution of the problem
proqram.

See the additional error message accompanying the abend message,
correct the error, and
reexecute the program.

177

D!SVIB
DKSVIP

The as interface to DOS/VS
VSAK is unable to continue
execution of the problem
program.

See the additional error message accompanying the abend message,
correct the error, and
reexecute the proqram.

DKSSVT

No work area vas provided
in the parameter list for
an as RDJFCB macro.

Check RDJFCB
cation.

D!SSVT

An invalid or unsupported
form of the OS IDAP macro
was issued by the problem
proqram.

Examine
program for
unsupported IDAP macro
or for SVC O.

400

- - DKSTLB

500

specifi-

(Basic System Extensions) -

A block count error was I
detected when reading a SL I
tape.
User replied 'cancel'l
to
message 425R or the I
user's program contained a I
block count error routine I
that returned a code of 0 I
under OS simulation.
I

Find out what caused
the block count error.
Then reload CMS and rerun the job.

(End Basic System Extensions)
DHSSKN

704

Figure 8.

38

An as GET MAIN macro (SVC 4)
was issued specifying the
LC or LU operand. These
operands are not supported
by CMS.

CMS Abend Codes (part 3 of 4)

IBM V8/370 System Messages

Change the program so
that
specifies
it
allocation of only one
area at a time.

Abend I Kodule
Code I Name

Cause of Abend

Action

705

DKSSKB

An
OS
FR!EKAI!
macro
(SiC 5) was issued specify1ng the L operand.
This
operand is not supported by
CKS.

Change the program so
that it specifies the
release of only one
area at a time.

804
80A

DKSSKB

An OS GET8AIN macro (804SiC 4, 801 SVC 10) was
issued that requested either zero bytes of storage,
or more storage than was
available.

Check the program for
a valid GETKAI! reque~t. If more storage
vas requested than vas
available,
increase
the size of the virtual machine and retry.

905
901

DKSSKB

An OS FREE8AIN macro (905 SiC 5, 90A - SVC 10)
was
issued specifying an area
to be released whose address vas not on a doubleword boundary.

Check the program for
a valid FREE!lI! request; the address may
have been incorrectly
specified or modified.

105
lOA

DKSSK!

In OS FREE8AI) macro (A05 SiC 5, lOA SiC 10) was
issued specifying an area
to be released which overlaps an existing free area.

Check the program for
a valid FREEKII! request;
the
address
and/or length may have
been incorrectly specified or modified.

igure 8.

C"S Ibend Codes (Part 4 of 4)

Control Program (CP)

Kessages

39

40

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DKK

Control Program (CP) Messages

001E ?CP: command

•

If the NOT READY command is issued for a
device other than a spooled unit record
or console device.

•

If the device specified with a READY
command is a virtual channel-to-channel
adapter that has not yet been attached
via the
COUPLE command
to another
device. The virtual CTCA can be made
ready
only by
issuing the
COUPLE
command.

~~ElaQ~tiQn:

The command specified is not a
valid CP command, or a valid CP command was
entered prior to logging on to VK/370.

User Action: Reissue the command in full,
or-rn-the-proper abbreviated form.
002E INVALID OPERAND - operand
EXplgQgtiQn: One
of the
operands was
incorrectly specified. This message is also
displayed if a MONITOR STOP command is
issued while data collection is inactive,
or if a MONITOR START command is issued and
data collection is already in progress.
User Action: Reissue
valid operand.

the

command with

•

(Basic System Extensions)

The user has issued a SET VKSAVE command
for a DASD device type with the volid
specified in the NAMESYS macro.
Module
DMKSNT
is not
supported for
this
function.

a
User Action: Reissue the command; specify a
valid-device type.

003E INVALID OPTION - option
EXElan~tiQn:
One of
the options
was
incorrectly specified or is invalid with
the particular variation of the command.
The option may be shorter than the minimum
abbreviation reguired.

User A£tiQn: Reissue
valid option.

- - -

the

command with

a

004E INVALID BEXLOC - operand

~lgngtion:

The userid
eight characters.

User Action: Reissue
Valid userid.

contains more than
the

command with

a

OOBE INVALID SPOOLID - spoolid

~xplan~liQn:

The hexadecimal location is
incorrect because of nonhexadecimal data in
the operand or the operand is longer than
six characters.
If the operand was not a
hexadecimal location, it was misspelled.
User Action:
Reissue the
the-operand correctly.

007E INVALID USERID - userid

~lanatiQn:

The spoolid
a valid decimal number,
than four digits.

User Action: Reissue
Valid spoolid number.

specified was not
or it was larger

the

command wi th

a

command; specify
009E INVALID RANGE - range

005E INVALID BEXDATA - hex data

~lanatiQB:

~~lanatiQ~:

The hexadecimal data supplied
either contains nonhexadecimal characters
or is longer than eight characters.

User Action: Reissue the
the-hexadecimal data.

command; specify

OOGE INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr

The range of addresses or
registers specified
is incorrect.
For
instance, the end address may be smaller
than the starting address, too many ranges
were specified, or the nUlBber of pages to
be locked may be equal to or greater than
the number of pages
aVailable in the
dynamic paging portion of real storage.
User Action:
the-range:-

Reissue the

command; specify

~~P1gn~liQD:

The device type specified is
not recognized as a valid CP device, or it
is incorrect for the function requested.
Examples of conditions that cause this
message to be displayed are:
•

If a teletypewriter terminal user issues
a TERMINAL APL ON command.

010E INVALID REGISTER - register
~lanation:

The register specified is not
in the range 0 through 15 or hexadecimal 0
through P, or the register specified is not
0, 2,
4, or G for
a floating-point
registerc
Control Program (CP)

Kessages

~1

DIIK
User Action: Reissue the command; specify a
valid-register.
011E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - userid vaddr

Action: The tape is file marked at
the last complete spool file, the tape is
unloaded, and the command is terminated.

~.!g

Ose~ !~~: Use a larger tape reel or dump
by spool class or type.

Explanation: The device type is invalid. If
this is
a DIAL
command, the
device
specified is not a virtual low speed line.
If this is the COUPLE command, the device
that was
specified is not
a virtual
channel-to-channel adapter.

020E USERID RISSIIG OR IIVALID
The userid is either aissinq
or invalid.
It may be lonqer than eiqht
characters. This message is al~o issued if
a user who does not have privileqe class D
issues the command QUBRY FILES CLASS x
userid~ because the userid operand is valid
only for class D users.

~lanation:

yser Action: Ensure that the device is the
correct type for the function, and reissue
the command.
012E INVALID PSi - psw
The PSi (program status word)
specified by the STORE command is invalid.
An invalid PSi is one where:

~lanatio!l:

•

•

The virtual machine is operating in
extended control mode and some of the
bits
that
are
defined
by
the
architecture to be zero have been turned
on, or
The virtual machine is operating in
basic control mode, and the extended
control mode bit has been specified.

us~~
ActiQ!l: Change the PSi to a valid
format for the mode of the virtual machine.
If this is not done, attempting to run the
virtual machine with an invalid PSi causes
an invalid PSi message to be issued from
the CP dispatcher.

013E CONFLICTING OPTION - option
Explaa§tio!l: This message occurs when:

User

Action: Reissue

valI~ use rid.

the

command with

a

021E RADDR KISSIIG OR IIVALID
The real device address is
either missing or
invalid. In invalid
device
address
is
more
than
three
characters long or contains nonhexadeciaal
characters.

~laRati2!:

User Action: Reissue the
valId r;ay-aevice address.

co.mand with

a

022E VADDR KISSIIG OR IIVALID
The virtual device address is
either missing or invalid.
In invalid
virtual device address either:

~lanati2A:

•

Is longer than three characters, or

•

Contains nonhexadecimal data, or

•

The same option is specified twice
the same command, or

in

•

Is qreater than X'SFF' for a virtual
machine running in basic control mode,
or

•

The function reguired
by the given
option is incompatible with a previously
specified operand.

•

Is associated with an unsupported device
type (specified in
the command IPL
vaddr) •

•
•

DSS was specified in a VIIDURP command
but no discontiguous segments exist.
The function requested is
with the system.

User Action: Reissue the command with
valId virtual device address.

a

incompatible
023E VOLID IIISSING OR IIVALID

!£1i2!l: Consult the Vllt370 CP Co.mand
Reference for General Users for the correct
specifIcation ~--the--Command
and the
allowed options, and reissue the co.mand.

1!Rlanation: The volume identification is
either missing or invalid. 1 volid lonqer
than six characters is considered invalid.

- - - (Basic System Extensions) - - -

User Action: Reissue the co •• and with
valId vOluae identification.

Use~

a

014E TAPE raddr DUIIP TAPE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
EX~s!l~1io!l: On the SPTAPE c~mmand with the
DUMP option, the tape defined by raddr has
reached end-of-reel before all spool files
were dumped.

42

IB~

VK/370 System Ressages

024E {CYLSIBLKS} RISSING

OR INV1LID

The number of cylinders (or
blocks if FB-S12) must be specified with
the co.mand, but it is lIissinq or invalid.

11R1~ation:

DMK
An invalid cylinder specification is one
that is four or more characters, or larger
than the
maximum number
of cylinders
available on the device type specified. An
invalid block number specification is one
that is seven or more characters, or larger
than the maximum number of blocks on the
device type specified.
Reissue the command; specify
Act!.Q!l:
the
number
of cylinders
or
blocks
correctly.

030E COPIES MISSING OR INVALID
~lanatiQB:

The operand that specifies the
number of copies is either missing or
invalid. An invalid copy specification is
nondecimal or greater than 99.

Use~ !ctiQ!l:
Reissue the command; specify
the required number of copies.

]~

o25E

031E BUFFER MISSING OR INVALID
The required buffer name is
eIther missing or
invalid. An invalid
buffer
name
is
longer
than
eight
characters.

~lanation:

STORAGE MISSING OR INVALID
Ex~gatio!l:
The amount
of storage is
either missing or invalid.
An invalid
storage
specification contains
invalid
digits or does not end with the letter K or

User Action: Reissue
valId buffer name.

the

command with

a

M.
]~er

the

A£1!Q!l: Reissue the
storage requirement.

command; specify

032E DISTCODE MISSING OR INVALID
distribution code
is
The
either missing or invalid.
An invalid
distribution code is longer than eight
characters.

~lanatiQB:

026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
Ex21sasiiQn: A required operand
missing or invalid.
User Action: Reissue
valid-operand.

the command

is either
User Action: Reissue the
valId distribution code.
with

command with

a

a
033E HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID

027E SPOOLID MISSING OR INVALID
Expl~gsi!.Q!l:
The command requires that a
spoolid be supplied, but it is either
missing or invalid.
An invalid spoolid is
one that contains nondecimal characters.

User Action: Reissue
Valid spoolId.

the

command with

1nlanatiQB: The hexadecimal location is
either missing or invalid.
An invalid
hexadecimal location is one that contains
non hexadecimal characters or is longer than
six characters.
User Action: Reissue the command with
valId hexadecimal location.

a

a
034E CHANNEL MISSING OR INVALID
~lggatiQg:

028E CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
~~P1g!ls1!.Q!l:

The class value is either
missing or invalid. An invalid class is one
that is not in the range A through Z or 0
throuqh 9.
User Action: Reissue
valid class:-

the

command with

The channel number is either
missing or invalid. An invalid channel
number either is longer than one character
or is nonhexadecimal.

User Action: Reissue
valId channel number.

the

command with

a

a
035E DEVICE TYPE MISSING OR INVALID

029E FHAME FTYPE MISSING OR INVALID
~xplanatio!l:

The filename and/or filetype
is missing or invalid. An invalid t1lename
is larqer than 24 characters. An invalid
filetype is larger than eight characters
if the filename is eight characters or
less.

~!anati.Q!l:

The command requires that a
valid CP spool device type be entered as an
operand, but it is
either missing or
invalid. Valid device types are READER (R,
RDR), PR INTER (P, PRT), and PUNCH
(PU,
PCH) •
User ActiQn: Reissue the
valId spool device type.

command with

a

User Action:
Reissue the command; specify
t~required filename and/or filetype.
036E INDEX MISSING OR INVALID
If INDEX MISSING is the
condition, the reguested FCB (forms control

~!anatiQg:

Control Program (CP)

Messages

43

DMK
buffer) image in DMKFCB does not have an
index value, therefore one must be supplied
in the command. If INDEX INVALID is the
condition, nn was not a number from
to
31, where nn corresponds to the number of
the first print position.

042E SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
~lanation:

The spoolid number specified
does not exist within the specified device
type.

User AciiQ~:
Supply the value for INDEX
in the FCB image or ensure that nn is a
number
from 1
to
31, whichever
is
appropriate. Reissue the command.

If the spoolid specified is an open reader
file (in use by the virtual machine), it
cannot be changed or purged.
A CLOSE
command will purge an open reader file
unless SPOOL RDR HOLD is in effect.

- - -

User Action: Reissue the command: specify
only known-and valid spoolids.

(Basic System Extensions) -

037E TAPE raddr INVALID FOR SPTAP! COMMAND
]~~~siiQ~:

On the SPTAPE command with the
LOAD/SCAN options r the tape specified by
raddr was not generated by SPTAPE commands
and has and invalid tape format.

~Y§te~ ActiQ~:

The tape is unloaded and the
command is terminated.

Qser actiQ~: Have the operator verify that
the tape was created by the SPTAPE command.

043E BUFFER name DOES NOT EXIST
~lanati~:

The buffer name supplied with
the command is not known to the CP system.
The buffer does not exist if it cannot be
found in one of the following CP modul~s:
DHKFCB
DHKUCB
DMKUCS
DMKPIA

3211
3211
1403
3289

Forms Control Buffers
UCS Buffers
UCS Buffers
Font Offset Buffers

User Action: Reissue the command; specify a
valId-buffer name.
038E PARAHETEF parameter
MISSING OR INVALID

FOR

option

OPTION
044E SYSTEH name DOES NOT EXIST

Explanaiio~:

FORMAT was specified in a
VHDUMP command without an operand, the
operand was longer than 8 characters, or
the parameter for the named option of a CP
reguest was missing or longer than allowed.

~!SAati~:

The system name specified does
not exist in the V8/370 system.
User Action: Reissue the co.mand; specify a
valId- system name.

Q§er AciiQn: Reissue the correct command.
045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
~lanation:

Explanation: The device address specified
does not exist, or a TIO to that device
resulted in condition code 3.
If the
device address is a real device, it is not
configured in the CP system, or the device
is configured in CP but is not operational;
if it is a virtual device address the
virtual device is not configured in the
virtual machine.
If the specified device address is valid,
this message mav indicate a problem with
the Network Control Program and/or the
370x.
User Action: Reissue the
the -requIred
real or
address.

command; specify
virtual device

041E LOGMSG nn DOES NOT EXIST

The userid specified is not
logged on. The
command cannot execute
properly unless the
user specified is
logged on.

User !ctiQD: Reissue the command; specify
only users who are cUrrently logged on.
046E {DEV ridltype raddr} OFFLINE
~lanation:

The specified
device
or
resource is offline and is considered not
available to the CP system.
Use~ Action: If this message was issued for
DEV rid, issue the NETWORK VARY command to
vary the resource online, and then reissue
the command. If the message was issued for
type raddr, issue the VARY command to vary
the device online, and then reissue the
command.

1xpla~giiQ~:

The SET LOGMSG command has
been issued requesting
a specific log
message line, and the log message line does
not exist.
User Action: Reissue the command; specify
the requIred log message line.

44

IBM VM/370 Svstem Messages

047E userid vaddr DOES NOT EXIST
ExplSAati~:
The device specified for the
particular userid does not exist in that
user's virtual machine configuration.
If
the message is issued for the DIAL or

DMK
COUPLE command,
the particular
specified with
those commands
defined in the rece1v1ng user's
machine configuration.

device
is not
virtual

User Action: Reissue the command; specify
only existinq virtual device addresses for
the receivinq virtual machine.
048E CHANNEL x DOES NOT EXIST
~planaiig~:

The channel specified in the
ATTACH CHANNEL command is net configured in
the CP system.

054E ALREADY LOGGED ON {LINEIGRAF} raddr
~la~ation:

The userid supplied in the
LOGON command is already logqed on at the
given line address.
(LINE indicates a
typewriter terminal;
GRAF indicates
a
display terminal.)
User Acti~: Log on specifying a different
userid, or send a message to the operator
or
the
logged-on
user
requestinq
information on the logon status.

055E LINE(S; NOT AVAILABLE ON userid
USg£ Actio~: Reissue the command; specify
only valid and defined real channel addresses.
049E type raddr IN USE
ExplgnsiiQ~: An attempt was made to vary an
active teleprocessing
line or
graphic
device offline.

Qser ActiQ~: Deactivate the line by issuing
the DISABLE command; then reissue the VARY
command.

~!~ati~:

The DIAL command
issued to a userid and either:
•
•
•

has

been

That userid has no 270X lines, or
The lines are not enabled, or
The lines are all busy.

User Action: Reissue
the DIAL
specifying a
userid that
has
virtual 270X lines that are not
servicing a user.

command
enabled
already

056E LINE vaddr BUSY ON userid
050E PASSWORD INCORRECT
~lanatiQg:

Expla~giiQB:

The password supplied with the
LOGON command is incorrect.

User ActiQB: Reissue the LOGON command, and
supply the correct password when prompted.

The
virtual
270X
line
specified in the DIAL command is busy.
User Action: Reissue the DIAL command at a
later-time-when the line becomes available.

057W userid NOT
RECEIVING;
{DISCONNECTEDIMSG
OFFISMSG OFFINOT AUTHORIZEDIWNG OFF}

051E MAXIMUM USERS EXCEEDED
Ex2!g~giiQ~:
The maximum number of users
specified by the system operator would have
been exceeded if the logon were allowed to
proceed.

User Action: Loqon is not allowed and the
line Is~isabled. Try to loq on at a later
time. If necessary, send a message to the
operator before logging on to inquire about
the status of the maximum number of users.

The userid specified in a
MESSAGE, SMSG, or WARNING command is not
rece1v1ng because 1:he user is disconnected,
not authorized, or has set messages (or
special messages or warnings) off usinq the
SET comlland.

~lanation:

Use!

!cti~:

No further action is required.

058E CTCA vaddr BUSY ON userid
052E ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
~~~atiQB:

The link or logon cannot be
accomplished because of a permanent I/O
error encountered while reading the VM/370
directory.

User Actio~:
Send a message to the system
operator stating that you cannot complete
your link or loqon because of an error in
the VM/370 directory.

The userid supplied was
found in the VM/370 directory.

User Action: Reissue the co.mand; specify
an--available
virtual channel-to-channel
adapter.
059E AUTOLOG
FAILED
FOR
userid
MISSINGI IPL FAILEDI ACCOUNTING ERRORS]

{IPL

~!anat!Qg:

OS3E userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
Explanaiio~:

Explanation: The virtual channel-to-channel
adapter specified in the COUPLE command is
busy on the receiving userid's virtual
machine.

not

An lUTOLOG command was issued
for a user, but the command could not be
executed for one of the following reasons:
1.

User Action: Reissue the command; specify a
validuserId.

IPL MISSING - there was no IPL record
in the user's directory entry.

Control Program (CP)

Messages

45

D l!K

2.

IPL FAILED - the
successfully.

IPL did not complete

3.

ACCOUNTING
ERRORS
the
logon
accounting routine returned a nonzero
return code.

Systg~ !ction: The user
the system.

is not logged onto

No!~:
If
virtual machine
assist
available, the STFIRST
option must
specified in the user's directory.
§I§!~~

Action:
The highest
address is set to zero.

is
be

virtual=rea 1

User Action: Use the SET STBYPASS command
only after-the virtual relocate system has
been reloaded and is running.

]2er ActiQn: For reason 1, have your system
administrator place an
appropriate IPL
record in the specified user's directory.
(System Extensions)
For reason 2, log onto the userid in the
usual manner to determine the cause of the
IPL failure.

064E SHADOW TABLE BYPASS; RESET
~J,g~a·U.Q!l:

For
reason
3,
contact
your
system
programmer for specific requirements of
your local accounting procedures.

Virtual=Real user: The virtual system was
running--vith---'SET STBYPASS
VR'.
The
virtual machine attempted
to run with
translation tables resident in the first 4K
of storage.

060E DUMP FAILED; VIRTUAL PRINTER UNAVAILABLE
Explanati2n:
The virtual printer
does not exist or is not ready.

either

User Action: If a virtual printer exists,
issae-the-CP READY command for it and then
reissue the DUMP command.
If a virtual
printer does not exist, use the CP DEFINE
command to create one and reissue the DUftP
command.
061E DUMP FAILED; VIRTUAL PRINTER ERROR
]xp!~n~tiQn:

Either an I/O error occurred
while the dump was being spooled to DASD,
or spool space has been filled.

Virtual=Virtual ~: Either the virtual
operating-SYstem attempted to map a virtual
address, not equal to its real address, to
an address below the highest virtual=real
address in the virtual address space or the
virtual machine loaded a BC mode PSW or the
virtual system was reset.
~te~

Action: The SET STBIPASS ca.mand has
been SET OFF.
Virtual machine execution
will continue.
User Action: Use the SET STBYPASS command
only - when running a virtucil reloca tion
operating system that does not violate the
shadow table bypass restriction.

]2er !cti2n: Notify the system programmer.
(System Extensions)
-

(System Extensions)

065E HIGHEST ALLOWABLE HIGH-WATER
xxxxxK

MARK VALUE IS

062E EC MODE NOT SET ON
~!anati~:

]xplan~ti9n:

A SET STBYPASS was issued to a
virtual machine without the !CHODE option
being in effect.
syste~

The value specified by the
'SET STBYPASS nnn' command exceeded the
highest allowable high-water mark value.
The high-water mark value will be set only
if it is not higher than the following:

Acti9n: The command is terminated.

User Action: Issue the
SET ECHODE ON
command--Which
will
reset
the virtual
machine.
Then IPL the virtual system and
reissue the command.

(System Extensions)
063E SHADOW TABLE BYPASS;

NO~

•
•

the virtual machine size
a high-water mark value determined from
the virtual machine's page and segment
tables.

The highest allowable high-ma rk val ue ma y
not be the true water mark value because
the virtual translation tables may have
several pageable' page frames contiguous
with the true high-vater mark.

SET
~§!gm

]~R1~n~ti2n:

The virtual machine is not
running in extended control mode or the
virtual control register 1, or segment or
page table entries are not architecturally
valid.

46

IBM VM/3 7 0 System Messages

Ac!ion: The high-water mark value is
set to zero, turning off the function.

User jcti2~: Deteraine the true high-water
aark
value froa
the virtual
systeas
configuration. Then reset the SET STBYPASS
nnn command with the high-water aark value.

071E DEVICE lOT
ACCESSED

066E ST!ULTI OPTION CSEG RESET
Explanatio~: The
previously defined value
of the CSEG option of the ST!ULTI coaaand
has been reset to zero because the virtual
machine has been reset.

(Systea Ext ensions)
Action: The CSEG option of the
ST!ULTI COiiiid has been reset to zero.

•

The coaaunicator virtual aachine has not
been logged on.

•

The
VS systea
has
not yet
been
initialized in the virtual aachine.

•

The D!K!SS prograa has not been started
in the virtual aachine.

~te.

Explanation: The LOGON password was entered
on the same line as the LOGOI coaaand or a
valid option was misspe~led.

072E DEVICE ROT
TYPE

~tea

Action: The
operation failed.

lOT PROPER

attach

or

dedicate

User Action: Reissue the co.aand with the
correct 'raddr' or if the 'raddr' was
specified correctly,
request that
the
systea operator use the DEFIRE coaaand to
reset the 3330Vs characteristics.

070E shared-status !SS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE

This message is i ••ediately followed
the
current
D!!lWI108E
message
specifying the
referenced 'vaddr'
and
'volid' •

AVAILABLE - 'raddr'

Explanation: A dedicate or attach operation
is in process for device 'raddr': device
'raddr' is a 3330V. The 'raddr' is not the
proper type (VIRTUAL or SYSVIRT).

Note: with the PROTECT option on, the LOGON
password may not be entered on the saae
line as the LOGON co.aand.
Enter the
password as a response
to the REITER
PASSWORD" messaqe.

Ho1~:

Action: The operation failed.

User Action:
Request that
the systea
operator aakes the coamunicator virtual
.achine
available or
wait until
the
coaaunicator
virtual
aachine
can
be
initialized.

067E CO!!AND FOR!AT NOT VALID

ExplaD~1ioD:
User is logged on with a
minidisk defined on a systea voluae that is
not mounted.
When attempting to find an
!SS volume with the correct vOlid, an ass
3330V is required. There are no ass 3330Vs
of the proper type available to try a
volume mount.
'shared-status'
will be
SHARED, IONSHARED,
SHARED/NONSHARED, or
SHARED (SDGxx) depending on the type of V!S
requested.

BE

iote: This message will always be followed
by a aessage froa the specific control
program routine that needed ass activity.

User Action: Issue the SET ST!ULTI coaaand
with ~e-- desired value
of the
CSEG
specified.

Reenter the LOGO I coaaand
omitting~be password or reenter the LOGON
comaand with the correctly spelled option.

CAIIOT

This aessage can be issued during execution
of any operation that initiated ass .ount
or deaount activity.

~yste.

Action:

ass

Explanation:
The control
prograa
has
atteapted an operation that requires ass
access.
The routine to coaaunicate with
the ass (D!!!SS) is not active because of
one of the following reasons:

(Systea Extensions)

User

AVAILABLE

073E

ass

DEVICE lOT AVAILABLE - REASOH CODE xx

~lanati2D:

The control
program
has
determined that the only possible way to
satisfy a request for a virtual device is
to issue an ass aount request. The ass
accepted the request, but later generated
an error indication.

by

User Action: Deter.ine whether the 'volid'
required--Is an ass volu.e or standard
3330-1. If it is a standard 3330-1, follow
the actions for message lOSE.
If it is an
KSS volume, notify the system operator so
that the volume may be made accessible.

~!~

Action: The control program com.and
that initiated the ass request will produce
a aessage to indicate the result of the !SS
error.

User Action: The REASOI CODE appended to
the error aessage is the ERROR CODE which
is presented to the D!!!SS central server
application as a result of issuing an ass
request.
Explanations of
each of the
reason codes
are documented
in QS/VS
Control Prograa (CP) !essages

117

DMK
Me§§~gg~ 1.!.££~n:

,H,g.§.§ '§tQ~A9~ System (MS.§)
GC38-1000. Contact the V8/370
system operator to ensure that action is
underway to correct the MSS error. Reissue
the command
when the error
has been
corrected.
Messag~.§,

Use£ !ction: The QUERY command can be used
to determine the exact status of
'nnn'.
The operator can either issue the DEFINE
with
a
different
address
command
specification or wait until the status of
'nnn' has changed.

074E MISSING INTERRUPT - DEVICE 'vaddr'
0781 MSS MOUNT PROCEEDING FOR VOLUME 'volid'
Ex£lans!.!Qn:
The virtual machine started
I/O to its device' vaddr', that is an MSS
3330V in the control program.
A cylinder
fault occurred
on the 3330V
but the
corresponding attention interruption was
not
received
in th~
specified
time
interval.

]~~!,gnation:

The control proqram mounted
the system volume 'volid' while processing
an MDISK or OED directory statement or a
LINK or ATTACH command. The MSS is now
mounting the volume.

~!em
~Y.§te~ !~1~on:

Tne orig1nal I/O operation
is restarted to the device so that if the
cylinder fault is satisfied, the request
will complete normally.

User Action: If the message recurs, it may
indicate--an error in
the MSS staging
adapter. The pending I/O request can be
cleared by
issuing the
RESET 'vaddr'
command.
075E DEVICE 'raddr' IS NOT AVAILABLE
Ex£!sna!iQn:
An ATTACH command has been
processed to attach a
'raddr' to the
system. However, the 'raddr' is a SYSVIRT
3330V and that volume is mounted and its
serial is not the same as that specified on
the 'volid' parameter.

Action: RC=160.
The allocation of the virtual device is
queued, pending the
completion of the
mount. Any SIO instruction issued by the
virtual machine to the virtual address
corresponding to the MSS volume is trapped
by VM/370 and queued until the volume is
mounted. Control is not returned to the
user until the volume is mounted and the
SIO has been passed to the volume.
User Action: None. However, if a SIO is
issued--to-the virtual device before the
mount is complete, that SIO will be queued
by
VM/370
and
the
virtual
machine
processing will be suspended pending the
completion of the mount.
The user can
cancel the SIO, rather than waiting for the
mount, by getting into CP mode and issuing
the RESET command for the virtual address.
This will cause CP to dequeue the SIO and
generate a condition code 3.

~te~

Action: The specified 'raddr' is not
attached.

User Action: Choose an available SYSVIRT
traddr'-and-reissue the command. The QUERY
command can be used to find an available
'raddr' •
076E THE 'volid' PARAMETER IS INVALID
~lanai'!Qn:

The 'volid'
parameter was
specified with a range or multiple of real
addresses on the ATTACH command. This not
a valid combination.
Syst~~ !~iiQn:

No addresses are attached.

User Action: Reissue the command with
valId combInation of operands.

a

- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

080E NO PREALLOCATED VMSAVE AREA
~!anation:

The
VMSAVE
option
was
specified in the directory at logon, or a
SET VMSAVE ON command was issued,
and
there is no entry in DMKSNT with a USERID=
specification for this user.

.§Y§!~

Action: The

VMSAVE

option is

not

enabled.
Use~ !ction: Verify that
the NAMESYS macro
defining the target
area is specified
correctly.
If none is present, add a
NAMESYS macro defining the target area in
module DMKSNT. Issue the SET V"SAVE ON or
SET VMSAVE area-name to enable the option.

077E INVALID REQUEST FOR DEVICE 'nnn'
(Basic System Extensions)
Ex£1snati2n: A DEFINE command was issued
with the VIRTUAL or SYSVIRT parameter for
device 'nnn'.
Device
'nnn' cannot be
defined because it is already the specified
type or it is active in its current state.
~Y.§te~ !~tiQn:

The status of the dev ice is
not changed.
No further DEFINE command
processing occurs.

48

IBM VM/370 System Messages

081W VMSAVE AREA CONTAINS A SAVED
USE SET CmUUND
~!,gnatiQn:

SYSTE~,

MUST

The VMSAVE option is specified
in the directory but a valid saved VMSAVE
system already exists in the DASD target
area.

~i~~

!ctio~:

The

VMSAVE

option is

not

enabled.
Us~£ !£iiog: Verify that
the NAMESYS macro
is specified correctly for this VMSAVE
target area. Use the QUERY VMSAVE command
to determine when the system was saved.
Use the IPL command to load the system or
the SET VMSAVE ON command to clear the
area.

091E DASD vaddr
AVAILABLE

082E MORE THAN ONE VMSAVE AREA
SPECIFY AREA NAME

The VMSAVE option is specified
in the directory or the user has issued a
SET VMSAVE ON command when he has more than
one target V~SAVE area available to the
user.
!£iio~:

The

VMSAVE

SPACE

NOT

The virtual device has not
been
defined in
the virtual
machine
configuration because the temporary space
requested is not
available.
Temporary
space is considered not available if:
•

No space has been allocated by the
installation for temporary use, or
The number of cylinders (or blocks if
FB-512 device)
requested cannot
be
satisfied from
the available
space
remaining.

ALLOCATED, MUST

~lanatiQ~:

~te~

TEMP

~lanati~:

•
(Basic System Extensions)

NOT DEFINED;

option is

not

User Action: The space cannot be defined if
it-has--not been allocated. If space has
been allocated, issue the DEFINE commana
requesting fewer cylinders (or blocks if
FB-512 device.)
092E DEV vaddr
DEFINED

NOT DEFINED; type

vaddr ALREADY

enabled.
~lanation:

User Action:
to-determIne
then issue a
to enable the

Issue a QUERY VMSAVE command
what areas are available and
SET VMSAVE area-name command
VMSAVE option.

(Basic system Extensions)
OB3E VMSAVE IBEA DOES NOT CONTAIN A VALID SYSTEM

The virtual device specified
has not been previously defined within the
virtual machine's configuration, or that
address is already
defined within the
virtual machine's configuration.
Use~ !ction: Reissue the command; specify a
virtual device address that is not already
defined
within
the
virtual
machine
configuration, or detach the conflicting
virtual device address before reissuinq the
command.

~~~g~iiQg:

The user has issued an IPL
command to a VMSAVE target DASD area. The
DASD area specified does not contain a
valid system.

~i~~

!ct!Qg:
terminated.

The

IPL

command

is

User Action:
Verify that the correct name
was-specified on the IPL command. Ensure
that the NAMESYS specification points to
the correct DASD area.
Reissue the IPL
command.

090E DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED;
NOT AVAILABLE

DEV {raddrlvolser}

Ex~g~iiQ~:
The virtual device has not
been defined in
the virtual machine's
configuration because
the real
device
described in the directory DEDICATE card is
not available. A real device is considered
not available if it is:

•
•
•

Already attached to another user, or
In use by the CP system, or
Offline.

User Action: Ask the system operator about
t~ status and availability of the real
device.
The
operator can
attach the
required device or an alternate device to
the virtual machine.

093E DEV vaddr
DIRECTORY

NOT

DEFINED;

ERROR

IN

CP

~l~ation:

The requested virtual device
has not been defined within the virtual
machine configuration because of an error
in the CP directory.
An example of this
condition is a dedicated 2305 device which
did not specify the first exposure address
for both the virtual and real addresses on
the DEDICATE statement.

User Action: Send a message to the system
operator-stating the problem so that the
error in the CP directory can be corrected.
094E STORAGE EXCEEDS ALLOWED MAXIMUM
~1anati.Q!l:

The storage specified in the
DEFINE
command
exceeds
the
maximum
allowable as specified in the CP directory.
User Action: Reissue the DEFINE
specifying a smaller storage size.

095E DEV vaddr NOT
STORAGE

command

DEFINED; INSUFFICIENT

FREF

~l~ati.Q!l:

Sufficient free storage could
not be acquired to define a virtual device
as a result of the logon process or a
DEFINE command.
Control Program (CP)

Messages

49

D!fK
User Acti~n: Reduce the number of virtual
devices 1n the user configuration.
The
system programmer may want to allocate more
free storage to the system.

are linked
to the
saae device
with
read-only access. If only one user has
read-only access, that user's userid is
displayed at the terminal.
User Action: This is a warning message for
inforaation only and no further action is
required.

098E DEV rid !fODE SWITCH NOT POSSIBLE
Explanation: If this message was issued in
response to the DIAL command, it indicates
that the DIAL command was issued from a
terainal connected to a 370~/3705 that is
running the Network Centrol Program (NCP)
or the Partitioned Emulation Program (PEP),
and the terminal cannot be switched from
network control mode to emUlation mode.

102W DASD vaddr
FORCED
USERSI userid}

•

The resource is already in emulation
mode.
No RDEVBLOK is available for addressing
the line when it is in emulation mode.

•

Command

execution

103W DASD vaddr
FORCED R/O;
R/W BY
{nnn
USERSI userid}; R/O BY {nnn USERSI userid}
Explanation: The given virtual device has
been forced into read-only status because
the disk is in read/write use by some users
and read-only use by other users linked to
the same disk area. If the number of users
having read/write or read-only access is
one, the single userid is displayed at the
terminal.
User Action: This is a warninq message for
information only and no further action is
reguired.

is
10~E

User Action: For the DIAL command, verify
that the-correct 370~/3705 control program
is active, and that the specific resource
in use was generated with the mode switch
capability.
Note that the DIAL command
cannot be used with the NCP, because the
Rep does not support the mode switching
function.
For the NETWORK VARY command, check the
operands specified
when the
370~/3705
control proqram was generated and correct
any in error. Check that the RDEVICE macros
in
the D!fKRIO
module were
specified
correctly, according to the real machine
and 370~/3705 configurations. If errors are
discovered in the 370~/3705 control program
qeneration,
reqenerate
the
370~/370S
control program. If errors are discovered
in the D!fKRIO module, regenerate the CP
nucleus.

userid vaddr
USERSI userid}

NOT

LINKED;

RIO

BY

{nnn

~lanation:

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because
that disk area is already in read-only use
by one or more users. If the number of
users is
one, the
single userid
is
displayed at the terminal.
US~~
Action: Reissue the LINK command,
specifying the appropriate alternate access
to obtain a link to the desired area in
read or write mode.

10SE userid vaddr
USERSI userid}

NOT

LINKED;

R/i

BY

{nnn

~!angtiQA:

{nnn

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because
that disk area is·already in read/write use
by one or more users. If the number of
users is
one~the
single use rid
is
displayed at the terminal.

The virtual device specified
has been forced
into read-only status
because other users on the system already

Us~~
Action: Reissue the LINK command,
specifying the appropriate alternate access
to gain a link to the device in the
reguired mode.

101W DASD vaddr
FORCED
USERS I userid}

R/O;

~xpla~atio~:

50

{nnn

User Action: This is a warning messaqe for
information only and no further action is
required.

The resource is
already in network
control mode.
No RDEVBLOK exists for the emulator
subchannel address associated with the
specified resource.

Syste!.
Action:
terminated.

BY

The virtual device specified
has been forced
into read-only status
because other users on the system already
have access to the saae disk area in
read/write mode.
If only one user has
read/write access, that user's userid is
displayed at the terminal.

For the NETWORK VARY NCP co.mand line, the
mode switch cannot be performed if:

•

R/W

~lanation:

otherwise, this message indicates that the
NETWORK VARY cOllmand was issued with either
the EP or NCP operand, requesting a.ode
switch that cannot be performed. Either the
specified resource does not have the mode
switch capability or the switch could not
be performed. For the NETWORK VARY EP
command line, the mode switch cannot be
performed if:
•

R/O;

IBM VM/370 System Messages

R/O

BY

DMK
106E userid vaddr NOT LINKED;
R/W BY {nnn
USERSluserid}; RIO BY {nnn USERSluserid}
EXplang~ion: The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because
the disk is in read/write use by some users
and read-only use by other users. If the
number of users is one, the single userid
is displayed at the terminal.

User

Action:

Reissue. the

LINK, command,

specifying the appropr~ate alternate access
required to
disk area.

gain the

correct link

to the

Us~±
Action: Reissue
the LINK command
requesting a
different virtual
device
address,
detach the
device with
the
conflicting
virtual address
from
the
virtual machine, and then reissue the LINK
command.

111E userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NO READ PASSWORD
~lanati~:

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because nc
read access to it is allowed.
Us~~ Action: Contact your system programmer
to request a directory change.

107E userid vaddr
DIRECTORY

NOT

LINKED;

NOT

IN

CP
112E userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NO WRITE PASSWORD

~xplanation:

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because
that virtual device address is not defined
in the VH/370 directory for the specified
userid.

~lAnati~:

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because no

write access to it is allowed.
User Action: Contact your system programmer

User Action: Reissue the LINK command,
specify!ng--the
correct virtual
device
address or the correct userid.

~regues~a directory change.

113E userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NO MULT PASSWORD
108E userid vaddr
MOUNTED

NOT LINKED;

VOLID volid

NOT

~~gnatiQn:

The link to the user's virtual
device address has not been accompl!shed
because the virtual device is defined on a
volume that is not currently mounted on the
CP system.

User ~ction: Send a message to system
operator-asking that the specified volume
be mounted and attached to the CP system.
Reissue the LINK command when the operator
confirms that the correct volume has been
mounted.

~lgnati~:

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because no
multiple-access password is specified for
the user's minidisk.
Use! !cti~: Contact your system programmer
to request a directory change.

114E userid vaddr NOT LINKED; PASSWORD INCORRECT
~~!gnatiQn:

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because an
incorrect password was entered.
User Action: ReiSSUe the LINK
specify-the correct password.

109E userid
DEVICE

vaddr

NOT

LINKED;

INVALID

LINK

~!Blgng~iQn:

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because
the virtual device defined in the user's CP
directory entry is not a minidisk to which
a link can be accomplished.

User Action: Reissue the LINK command with
a-valid-userid and virtual device address.
110E userid vaddr NOT LINKED; type vaddr ALREADY
DEFINED
~xplang~iQn:

command and

The link to the user's virtual
device has not been accomplished because
this virtual machine already has a device
with the same address
defined in its
configuration.

115E {AUTOLOGILINK} INVALID; EXCESSIVE INCORRECT
PASSHORDS
~lanation:

The AUTOLOG command issued
from a virtual machine
by a DIAGNOSE
instruction is now invalid because the user
has
entered four
incorrect
passwords
associated with the AUTOLOG command during
the current terminal session.
The LINK command issued from a virtual
machine by a DIAGNOSE instruction is now
invalid because the user has entered ten
incorrect unprompted passwords for access
to minidisks during the current terminal
session.
User Action:

The command
can still be
the CP command
mode by
signaling attention
and reissuing
the
command. The AUTOLOG command can be issued
from the virtual machine environment if yon
do not enter the password as part of the
entere~-from

Control Program (CP)

Messages

51

DMK
input line but allow the CP system to
prompt you for it. This error condition
from the
AUTOLOG or LINK
command is
designed to prohibit password quessing by
repetitive calls to the command from within
the virtual machine.
116E userid xxx NOT LINKED; CP DIRECTORY IN USE
Expla~s1io~: The
userid to which you are
linking is either logging on the system, or
someone else is attempting a link to the
same userid at this time.

~~at~

Action: Reissue the ATTACH command
specifying a
different virtual
device
address for the user. You should first send
a message, via the MESSAGE com.and, to the
user requesting what action should be taken
and what virtual device should be assigned.
The user may wish to detach the conflicting
virtual
device
from
his
machine
configuration and ask
the operator to
reissue the ATTACH command.

121E type raddr NOT ATTACHED TO userid
~lanatiQB:

Us~

Action: Reissue the LINK command.

1" IE USERID

user~d

NOT

LINKED;

VOLID

volid

The real device has not been
detached from the specified use rid because
it was not attached to that user. Either
the real device or the userid has been
incorrectly specified.

CONFLICT
User
Expla~s1iQn:

The volume label in the user's
directory entry matches the volume label on
the real device, but the device class and
device type are not the samE.

Action:

specifying~he

Reissue the DETACH command
correct device address for

the userid.
122E type raddr ALREADY ATTACHED TO userid

User Action:
Correct the error in the
VM/370-directory for the device that cannot
be linked.
118E userid vaddr NOT LINKED; COP.!AND FOR!AT NOT
VALID
~xpla~s1iQn:

The LINK password was entered
on thesaae line as the LINK command or a
valid option was misspelled.

~l~atiQn:

The requested real device is
already attached to another userid.
The
operator
has
probably
specified
an
incorrect real device address.

Opers!~

Action:
Reissue
the
ATTACH
command, specifying the correct real device
address.

123E DASD raddr CP OWNED
User Action: Reenter
the LINK command
omitting-the password or reenter the LINK
command with the correctly spelled option.
Note: with the PROTECT option on, the LINK
password may not be entered on the same
line as the LINK
command.
Enter the
password as a response
to the "ENTER
PASSWORD:" message.
119E userid vaddr NOT
STORAGE

LINKED; INSUFFICIENT FREE

Expla~1ion: sufficient free
storage could
not be acquired to satisfy the link reguest
for a virtual device.

User Action: Reduce the number of virtual
devices--rn the user configuration or in
other user configurations.
The system
programmer may want to allocate more free
storage to the system.
120E type raddr NOT
ALREADY DEFINED

ATTACHED;

userid

IBM VM/370 System !essages

The command
has not been
processed for the requested use rid because
that device is owned by the CP system. A
CP-owned device is one that is defined in
the system-owned list and is in use for
paging or spooling space.

User
Action:
The command
cannot
be
specified for the real device because that
device must remain owned and in use by the
CP system.
12qE DASD raddr IN USE BY nnn USERS
has not been
The co.mand
executed because the device is in use by
the stated number of users.

~ls1!ati21!:

User Action: The command cannot be executed
for- the-specified real device until all
users who have lIinidisks in use on that
device detach them.

vaddr

ExP!s~1iQn: The
real device has not been
attached to the specified userid because
that userid has already defined a virtual
device of the specified virtual address.

52

~!anation:

125E DASD raddr VOLID volid
SYSTEM
~!anati21!:

ALREADY ATTACHED TO

The volid is already mounted
and attached to the system.

D!K
~~to£

Actign: ReissuE the ATTACH command
specifying the correct volid. It may be
necessary to detach the real device from
the system that contains the duplicate
volid before attempting the ATTACH command
aqain.

126E DASD raddr ERROR READING V01ID
Explanatigg: The specified device could not
be attached to the system because of an
error in reading the volume latel.

processing is accomplished but no virtual
devices
are available
in the
user's
configuration.
User Action: Reduce the amount of storage
being-requested by reducing the number of
virtual devices beinq attached or logqed
on.
The system programmer may want to
allocate more free storage to the system.
132E CHANNEL x ALREADY DEFINED BY userid
~lanation:

Check that there are no
equipment-~Ilures;
reissue
the ATTACH
command.

~~tQ~

Action:

The

userid's virtual

machine

already has a channel .ith the sa.e address
defined in the virtual machine.
~~ator

127E DASD raddr V01ID volid DOES NOT KATCH
Explang~igg: The
real device has not been
attached to the system because the volid
read from the label does not match the one
specified with the command.

~£~to£

Actign: ReiSSUE the ATTACH command
specifying the correct volid.

Action: Request that the user
detach all devices
from the requested
virtual channel
and then
reissue the
command specifying the
correct channel
address.

133E DASD raddr NOT READY
~!anation:

An attempt has been made
attach a DASD device that is not ready.

~~i~

128E DASD raddr ERROR READING AllOCATION RECORD

Action: !ake the
reissue the command.

to

device ready and

~K~natiQg:

The volume,
which is
a
CP-owned volume, has not been allocated for
CP use because the allocation record could
not be read.

~~~tor

!ction: Detach the device from the
system and reattach it to the system, after
checking that
there are
no equipment
failures.

134E type vaddr NOT ATTACHED; CHAN x DEDICATED
ExplanatiQg: The command
has not been
executed for the reguested use rid because
the user has attached a dedicated channel
with the same channel number as the virtual
channel number specified in the ATTACH
command.
~ra1or

Action:

Verify that the

vaddr in

the ATTACH co.mand is correct.

129E CHANNEL x DEVICES IN USE
Ex~natign: The ATTACH CHANNEL command has
not been executed because the devices on
that channel are already in use.

135E type vaddr NOT DETACHED; CHAN x DEDICATED
The command
has not been
executed because the device was attached
via the ATTACH CHANNEL command.

~lanatiQn:

Action: Detach devices from users
and the system before reissuing the ATTACH
CHANNEL command.

Qp~tor

Operat~

Action: If the
longer needed, issue the
command.

130E CHANNEL x NOT ATTACHED iO userid
Explana~ign: The DETACH CHANNEl command has
not been accomplished because that channel
is not attached to the specified userid.

channel is no
DETACH CHANNEL

136E DEY vaddr NOT DEFINED; CHAN x DEDICATED
~lanation:

~~tor

Action: Reissue the command with
the correct channel for the userid.

131E

INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
{ATTACHI10GON} REQUEST

AVAILABLE

FOR

Explana~ion: An attempt was made to acguire
storage
for
virtual
device/control
unit/channel blocks from free storage. The
storage request could not be satisfied. In
the case
of ATTACH,
no devices
are
attached.
In the case of lOGON, loqon

The channel number appearing
in the
error message is
a dedicated
channel. Users of dedicated channels are
not permitted to define devices in which
the virtual channel address equals the real
dedicated channel address.
The virtual
address (vaddr1) being redefined has active
I/O pending.

User Action:
Reissue the DEFINE co.mand
using-a-different virtual channel address.
Quiesce active I/O for the virtual addr@ss
being redefined.

Control Program (CP)

ftessages

53

DMK
137E DASD vaddr NOT LINKED; CHAN X DEDICATED
Explg~atiQn:
Channel x is dedicated to
this virtual machine. The vaddr appearing
in the error message has a virtual channel
that is
equal to the
real dedicated
channel. Users of dedicated channels are
not permitted to link to DASD device(s)
where the virtual channel equals the real
dedicated channel.

User Action:
Reissue the LINK command
using a-dIfferent virtual channel address.

142E type raddr NOT DRAINED
Jxp.!Anati~:

has not been
The command
executed because the device speci fied was
not in a drained status.

~~g!~

Action: Drain the specified device
via the -DRAIN command, and reissue the
command.

143E type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
ExplAnati~:

138E CHANNEL
STORAGE

x NOT ATTACHED;

INSUFFICIENT FREE

Explanation: sufficient free storage could
not be acquired to satisfy the attach
channel request. The request cannot be
satisfied unless all devices on the channel
can be attached.
User Action: Reduce the number of virtual
devices--in the user configuration.
The
system programmer may want to allocate more
free storage to the system.

•

Is attached to the system, or

•

Is performing I/O activity, or

•

Is a 3704 or 3705 that is loaded with ~n
active EP, NCP, or PEP, or that is the
active
address
for
the
automatic
DUMP/lOAD process.

~!~

Mass
Storage (KSS)
deviceb cannot be attached to the
and used to contain minidisks.

3330V
system

USg£ Action: This message identifies a
restricted function.
Mass Storage (MSS)
3330V devices can only be dedicated to a
virtual machine user.
140E type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
ExP1g~lion:
The device specified is not
under CP control but is attached to the
specified userid for its exclusive control.

User Action: Reissue the co.mand; specify
only -~evIces under
CP control.
The
operator must detach the device from the
specified user
in order
to make
it
available to another user.
141E type raddr NOT ACTIVE
Explana1ion: The command
has not been
executed because the device specified was
not performing any spooling function.
]ser !£lion: Reissue the command; specify
the correct real device, if necessary.

Action: The command is not executed.

•

For any device other than a 3704 or
3105, detach the device if possible, or
wait for the I/O activity to cease, and
then reissue the command.

•

For an active 3104 or 3105, the command
cannot be executed.

•

If a NETWORK DUMP is required, use the
3704/3705 LOAD button to activate VM/370
automatic dump and reload procedures.

•

If a NETWORK LOAD of a 3104/3705 control
program other than the active one is
required, use the NETWORK DUMP command
with
the OFF
operand to
suppress
automatic recovery, and then use the
subsequent
NETWORK
LOAD
command.
NETWORK SHUTDOWN can also be used to
terminate the V8/370 Network Con trol
Program.

139E DASD addr NOT {LINKEDIATT1CBED}; 3330V NOT
ACCEPTED 1S SYSTEM VOLUME
~la~liQn:

144W type vaddr RESET BY userid
~.!Anati~:

The HALT command was used to
terminate an active channel program and
that channel program vas associated with a
specified virtual device.

~!~~

Action: The real device is halted
and all pending interrupts are cleared from
the specified virtual device. The virtual
machine then enters CP command mode.

Pro~A~~~
Actio~:
Ensure that
channel
program
vas started
specified virtual device.

User

Action:

'COntinue.--

54

IBM VM/370 System Messages

The specified device either:

IPL the

virtual

a valid
to
the
system

to

DKK
1451 USERID:userid

AT term-raddr

WITH

INVALID
HAS

PASSwORD NO. xxx (psvdj
VIOLATED THE LIMIT OF yyy [,A=auserid]
{lINKILOGO~

~planat!QQ:
The
installation
defined
threshold for invalid passwords has been
reached by "userid".

term-addr - address of terminal being used.
xxx
- current invalid password count.
pswd
- invalid password.
IIY
- current limit.
When

the

current limit

is

met,

Use~
Action: Use the IOBSTAT with the
IOBCSij4 status byte to find the possible
cause.

IOBSTIT

STATUS 70

IOBSTAT

STATUS 10

IOBSTAT 2

STATUS 00

Short control
unit
busy.
Busy
device
or
control unit. Check
for a possible shared
control
unit
or
reserved device.
Channel or subchannel
busy.

message

DKKJRL1q5I is sent.

160E HEILOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE
If the optional information "[,A=auserid]"
is present, the message is the result of an
AUTOLOG command. In this case "userid" is
the
userid specified
in the
AUTOLOG
command, and "auserid" is the userid of the
issuer of the AUTOLOG.
.Q2grator !ction: None.
User Action: Each installation will have to
define--the specific action they wish to
take when this situation arises. Since the
situation
is
a possible
attempt
to
penetrate the system, it should not be
ignored.

The system
supply the necessary spool
the VMDUMP.

The
hexadecimal
location
specified exceeds the storage size. If the
hexadecimal location was a virtual address,
the address was beyond the range of the
virtual machine storage size; if i t was a
real address, then the address vas beyond
the range of the real storage size •

Note that the storage created by a virtual
operating system running under VM/370 is
beyond the range of the virtual machine
storage size. Thus, the virtual region of
a VS operating system running under YK/370,
for example, cannot be displayed.
Us~~

1461 DUMP FAILED: SPOOLING ERROR
~lanai!on:

~lanation:

was unable to
file blocks for

Action: Reenter the command, using
only valid hexadecimal locations within the
range of the real or virtual storage size.
161E SHARED PAGE hexloc ALTERED BY-userid

User !ction: Do not reissue the
until spool space is available.
Syst~~

!ctio~:

canceled
freed.

and

The VMDUMP
any specl file

command

request
blocks

is
~-ro

148E type raddr BUFFER LOAD name FAILED
]~~nat!on:

The buffer load
accomplished because of an I/O
the specified device.

cannot be
failure on

User
Action:
Reissue
the
command,
attempting-to load the buffer as before.
If the problem persists, there is probably
a hardware error. Call your system support
personnel for assistance.
1511 DASD
(addr) NOT ATTACHED, BUSY
IOBSTAT=xx, IOBCSW+4=yyyy

PERSISTS,

Explanat!~:
The operator has issued an
STCP (store CP) command for the shared page
at hexadecimal location 'hexloc l • This page
has just been altered by the currently
dispatched user, 'userid', and it therefore
will belong solely to 'userid'. Another
copy of the shared page will be created at
another location
for the
other users
sharing the page before the next user is
dispatched. Since it is assumed that the
opera tor wishes to change the con tents of
the shared page, not the individually-owned
page, the STeP COllmand is not executed.

Action: If you want to change the
contents of the shared seq me nt, use the
class A LOCK CO.lland with the MAP operand
to determine the real address of the page,
and then reissue the STCP cOllmand with the
corrected shared page address. If you want
to change the contents of the altered,
individually owned paqe, reissue the STCP
command; this time it will be executed.

~rator

EX~Qat!QQ:

the DASD
persists.

256 TIO's have been issued to
(addr)
and
a busy condition

Control Program (CP)

Kessages

55

DMK

~!em

162E INVALID ECR x - hexdata
Expla~g1iQn:

The user has specified an
extended control register
with invalid
hexadecimal data. Invalid hexadecimal data
in an extended control register can mean
that either certain bit combinations not
allowed by the
architecture have been
specified, or addresses have been named
that
would
cause
specification
or
addressing
exceptions in
the
virtual
machine.
User
Action:
Reissue
the
command,
specifying-valid hexadecimal data for the
control registers specified.

162W !NVALID ECR x - hexeata
Explgna1iQn: The virtual machine is running
in extended control mode and an attempt has
been made to store a reset value 'OOOOOOEO'
into control register zero (x). The store
is completed.
User Ac1ion: Verify your intention to reset
control register zero before continuing in
extended control mode.
163E STORE EXCEEDS MAXI"UM REGISTER
Expla~1i~:
The STORE command has been
specified for registers with a number of
operands
to be
stored in
contiguous
registers, and the
number of operands
specified would place the store beyond the
valid register range.
Syste~ Actign: The system
has stored up to
and including the maximum register allowed
for the store function.

Q2~

A£1ign: Verify that the STORE command
entered
correctly and
that
the
was
beginning register was correctly specified.
If they
were not, reissue
the STORE
command, specifying the correct registers
and operands.

164E HEXLOC hexloc

NO~-ADDRESSABIE

The
hexadecimal
address
specified with the command lies within a
nonaddressable
storage
range.
Nonaddressable storage is storage created
by named systems such as VSAM.

User
Action:
Reissue
the
command,
specifying-i-valid hexadecimal address.
1651 PAGE hexloc NOT LOCKED; SHARED PAGE
The page user at hexadecimal
location "hexloc" cannot be locked because
it is a shared page.

56

IBM VM/370 System Messages

User Action: I f more pages are to be
locked-,--the user must reissue the LOCK
command specifying unshared pages.
166E CHANGED
SHARED
AUXILIARY STORAGE

PAGE

NOT

WRITTEN

TO

~!anation:

The store into a shared page
has been made, but a copy of the change has
not been written to backup storage.
The
recompute bit is on and no page slot is
available. The change may be lost if it is
assigned later as a private page.
User

!cti~:

Provide more paging space.

170E 3YSTE" name EXCEEDS STORAGE
Explanati~: If this message
was issued in
response to the SAVESYS, or IPL command,
the system name specified uses a virtual
storage size larger than that defined for
the virtual machine.
(For Basic System
Extensions, this message is applicable for
SET V" SA VE comman d. )

If this message was issued in response to a
NETWORK co.mand, the specified 3704/3705
control
program
is larger
than
the
3704/3705 storage (as specified by the
RDEVICE macro), and the control program
image cannot be loaded into the specified
3704/3705.
User Action: For any of the above commands,
reissae--the command, specifying a system
name that will fit within the virtual
machine storage size.
Or redefine the
virtual machine storage size using the
DEFINE command,
and then
reissue the
command.
For NETWORK, reissue the command specifying
another control program that will fit in
the 3704/3705.

STORAGE

~la~ation:

Expla~g1ign:

Action: The system skips this page
and
continues to
lock any
remaininq
unshared pages in the range specified in
the LOCK command.

171E SYSTEK name VOLID volid NOT MOUNTED
~!g~ati~:

If this message was issued in
response to the SAVESYS
(or Basic System
Extensions SET VKSAVE)
command, the system
name cannot be saved because it reguires a
volume that is not mounted. This may be the
volume on which the named system was to be
saved or the volume that the saved system
needs in order to properly execute once
loaded.
If this message vas issued in response to
the IPL command, the system name cannot be
loaded because it requires a volume that is
not mounted. This may be the volume that
contains the saved system, or the volume
that the saved system needs in order to
properly execute once loaded.

DMK
If this message was issued in response to
the SAVENCP command, the volume specified
by SYSVOL in the NAMENCP macro in DMKSNT is
not currently available
to the VM/370
system.
If this message was issued in response to a
NETWORK
command, the
Network
Control
Program cannot be loaded because the volume
on which it resides is not mounted.
User Action:
Send a message to the system
operator--statinq
which volume
is not
mounted, and request that he mount the
desired volume and attach it to the sy5tem~
Reissue the command once the operator has
verified that the correct volume is mounted
and attached.
172E SYSTEM name DASD vaddr INCOMPATIBLE SYSRES
ExE1&natign:
The
cannot be saved or
the direct access
within the virtual
does not
match
location specified
CP system.

system
name soecified
loaded (via IPL)-because
storage device address
machine's configuration
the DASD
address and
in the name table of the

usg£ !ctign: No action can be directly
taken by the user. Verify that the system
name you are trying to save or IPL contains
the correct virtual device address and that
that virtual device address matches the
extent on the required owned volume for
that system.

~lsnati£n:

The FAVORED
or
RESERVED
operand specified in the SET command, or
the NETWORK TRACE facilities specified in
the NETWORK command, cannot be applied to
the specified user because that function is
already in use by the userid identified in
the error message.
User
Action: For
DMKCFS, FAVORED
or
RESERVEo-turn off the FAVORED or RESERVED
operand for the user specified in the error
message, and
reissue the
SET command
specifying the new userid for the desired
function.
For DMKNES, reissue
the NETWORK TRACE
command after the
identified user has
completed his tracing and has issued the
command NETWORK TRACE END.
(For Basic System Extensions: for name, the
VMSAVE area named is in use.
Send a
message to the other user asking him to
release the area or issue the QUERY VMSAVE
command to find out if any other areas are
available.)

176B VIRT=REAL AREA IN USE BY userid
],!Elanation: The UNLOC K VIRT=REAL function
could not be executed because the given
userid is logged on and occupying the
virtual=real area.
y~~

Action: Request that the user log off,
or force the user to log off, and then
reissue
the
command
specifying
the
virtual=real area.

173E SYSTEM name REQUIRES DASD vaddr
~~21ans~iQn:

The system name specified with
a SAVESYS or IPL command requires that the
virtual machine be using a direct access
storage device with the specified virtual
address.
Usg~
!ctiQn: In
the virtual
machine
configuration, define the required DASD
address.
Then
reissue
the
command,
specifying the correct system name.

177E PARM EXCEEDS 64 CHARACTERS
EXDlanation:
There are
more than
64
CharacterS-in the PARM field being passed
to the virtual system by the IPL command.
Use~ Action:
Reissue the command with no
more than~4 characters in the PARM field.

178E SYSTEM name EXCEEDS AVAILABLE DASD SPACE
174E PAGING I/O ERROR; IPL FAILED
An I/O error occurred while
attemptinq to read a page from a direct
access storage device.

~~E!sns~iQn:

User Action:
faIlure
operator.

the

Reissue the IPL command. If
persists, notify the system

175E {FAVOREDIRESERVEDINETWOEK TRACE} ALREADY IN
USE BY userid
-

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

175E {FAVOREDIRESERVEDINETWORK TRACElname}
ALREADY IN USE BY userid

~lanation:

The amount
of DASD space
reserved
by
the
NAMENCP
macro
~s
insufficient to contain both the 3704/3705
control program
image and
the system
control information.
Use~ !cti~:
Increase the amount of DASD
space reserved by the NA8ENCP macro, and
reissue the command. Verify that the extra
pages required for
the system control
information were included when the DASD
space was assigned.

179E SYSTEM name VOLID volid NOT CP OWNED
~lSAatiQn:

The DASD volume specified by
SY5VOL in the NA8ENCP or NA8ESYS macro is
currently attached to the V8/370 system,
but it is not a CP-ovned volume, and
Control program (CP)

8essages

57

DMK
therefore is not a valid residence voluae
for the saved system image.
User Action:
Ensure that the correct DASD
volid--ViS- specified in the RAKERCP or
RAKESYS macro in DKKSRT. and that the
physical DASD volume mounted is the correct
volume.
Verify that the specified volid is
included in the SYSOWR macro in DRKSYS. and
reissue the SAVENCP diagnose or the SAVESYS
command.
180W TRACE NOT IN EFFECT
Explanation:
The TRACE END function has
been specified and the TRACE function was
not in effect.
User Action: This is a warning message for
information only and no further action is
required.

184E VK ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE
addr}

{ON PROCESSOR proc

~lanati~:

A SET ASSIST or a SET SASSIST
command vas issued but the VR/370 hardware
assist feature is not available on the
indicated
processor
address.
In
an
Attached Processor system, the response
with an optional parameter indicates the
assist
is
not
a va ilab Ie
on
ei ther
processor.
The
opt ional parameter
is
provided for the SET ASSIST command only if
the user has affinity set on. and the
assist feature is not available on the
affinity processor.

~!~

Action: If the assist feature is not
available on any processor, execution of
the command is terminated. If the assist
feature
is
available
on
the
other
processor, the user VRBLOK is updated to
use the assist feature when the user resets
his affinity.

181E SHARED SYSTEK name REPLACED WITH ROR-SHARED
COPY
Ex£!anatign: The virtual machine has issued
the CP commands STORE. ADSTOP or TRACE and
the address targeted by the command is
referencing a shared named system page.
The shared named system is released and a
replacement of the named system is made
with a nonshared copy.

185E ECPS LEVEL xx DOES NOT HATCH CP LEVEL yy
Explanation: When VR/370 was loaded, VH/370
detected a mismatch between the hardware
assist level and the software.
Errors
might result if the CP assist or the
extended virtual machine assist feature
were used.

]~

Action: The virtual machine continues
to run but is now running the shared named
system in nonshared mode.
The user should
be aware that
total system efficiency
decreases as the number of users running
with nonshared copies of a shared named
system increases.
When the user no longer
needs his own copy of a nonshared system he
should attempt to replace it with a shared
copy. In most instances this would mean
reload
(via IPL)
of
the shared named
system.

182E (reserved for IBK use)

Syst~.!

Action:
unavailable.

CP

assist

is

set

Use~
Action:
Update the
processor or
software support to an equivalent level.

186E CP ASSIST HOT AVAILABLE
];ll!anation: A SET CPASSIST command was
issued but Extended control-Program Support
is not available on the processor, or there
is a mismatch between the hardware assist
level and the software.

183E VB ASSIST NOT ACTIVE
~xpla~atign:

A SET ASSIST ON or a SET
ASSIST SVC command was issued.
However,
the operator deactivated the assist feature
for the whole machine.
On an Attached
Processor system, this message indicates
that the assist is not active on any
processor, unless the user has affinity set
on. If the user has affinity set on, then
the message describes the state of the
assist for the affinity processor only.

~yste~

Action: The user description is
updated
the assist feature when the
operator activates it for the system.

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to-use

IBM V8/370 System Messaqes

187E TIRER ASSIST HOT AVAILABLE
~!~~ati~:

A SET ASSIST TftR command was
issued on a processor that does not have
VK/370 Extended Control-Proqram Support, or
on a CPU on which virtual machine assist
has been
temporarily disabled
by the
operator.

~!~.!

Action: I f the processor does not
have this support, no further action is
taken. If the support is disabled. the bit
VKFVTKR is set, so that if the sunport is
enabled at a later time the timer assist
will be used (provided the user has issued
SET TIMER ON or SET TIBER REAL and does not
have TRACE EXT active).

DMK
188E SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
ExplanatiQn: A processor address specified
on the SET command for SET AFFINITY or SET
If the command
ASSIST is unavailable.
issued was SET AFFINITY ON, the processor
in the
user directory
entry is
not
available.
Syste~

!£iiQn: System operation continues.

•

The
multiprocessor
installed.

•

The system
is
processor mode.

~j:n

already
The

Action:
processed.

feature

is

in

command

not

attached
is

not

Operator Action: None.
1931 PROCESSOR nn ONLINE

1891 AFFINITY
MODE

NOT SET;

SYSTE~

IN

UNIPROCESSOR

Explanation: The specified processor is nOw
online and qperational.

ExplanatiQn: The requested proces:or is in
use.
Since only one processor 1S being
used, the requestor is always executed on
that processor.

~1~

Action: None.

Operator !ction: None.

194I PROCESSOR nn OFFLINE
~lanation:

The specified processor is now
offline and not being used.

1901 NO AFFINITY SPECIFIED IN THE DIRECTORY
]xplan~iion:

The SET AFFINITY ON command
could
not
be executed.
The
user's
directory was checked
and no affinity
specification was found.
No affinity was
set for the user.
Us~ !ctiQn:
Reissue the command with an
explicit processor address, or update the
directory entry for the user to include
AFFINITY.

191E PROCESSOR nn DOES NOT EXIST
]~P1!natiQn:

Numerous attempts were made to
bring processor nn online and it was found
that processor nn was not available to the
system.

..§ystel!!.
!ction:
processed.

The

ccmmand

is

~1em

Action: None.

~!:ator

ActiQn: Hone.
(System

Extension~

195A 370E FEATURE UNAVAILABLE

O~

PROCESSOR nn

~lanatiQn:

Processor nn has been varied
online.
(The system has gone from attached
processor mode to uniprocessor mode.)
The
attached processor does not have the 370E
hardware feature.
System Action: The user
console function mode.

is

placed

in

User Action: If the 370E feature is needed,
a-class A-User should do the following:

not

~grato~

Action: Reissue the command with
the required processor number.

a. Issue the QUERY PROC command to obtain
the addresses of the processors online.
b. Set affinity to the processor with the
370E feature
(the
address appearing
first in the QUERY PROC response).
c. Key in "begin" to continue.

192E VARY PROCESSOR COMMAND FAILED
]~plan~iion:

A VARY PROCESSOR OFFLINE command was issued
and one of the following occurred:

•

The system is in uniprocessor mode.

•

The processor is not online.

•

The processor is the main processor and
the channel set switching feature was
not installed or did not work.

A VARY PROCESSOR ONLINE command was issued
and one of the following occurred:
•

The system is not generated for attached
processor mode.

All other users should notify the system
operator if the 370E feature is still
needed.
Otherwise, key
in "begin" to
continue.

200E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT
{userid I SYSTEM}

AVAILABLE;

IN USE

BY

~l~ation:

The virtual=real
(V=R) area
is not available to the user logging on
because another user (identified in the
error message), or the system, already has
that area.
The user
logging on
is
permitted to run as a virtual machine
without the use of the virtual=real area.

Control Program (CP)

Messages

59

DMK
User Action:
If the priority of the user
logging--on warrants the use of the V=R
area, the user now occupying the area
should log off. The user logging on can
then get the virtual=real area by LOGOFF
and LOGON or by issuing the DEFINE STORAGE
nnnnnk command. However, if the area is in
use by SYSTEM, the V=R area has been
unlocked and is unavailable for V=R use
until VM/370 is reloaded.

which a nonshared
resides.

version

of the

system

204E INVALID PAGE(S) SPECIFIED, V=R AREA
~!~ati~:

The user is attempting to use
the UNLOCK command to unlock paqes that are
within the V=R region.

~1g~

Ac!ion: Execution of
terminated.

the command is

201E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; DAMAGED PAGES
Expla~~~iQn:

The virtual=real area is not
available to the user logging on. Machine
checks have
occurred which
identified
damaged pages within the V=R area. The user
logging on is permitted
to run as a
standard virtual machine without the use of
the virtual=real area.

Use£ Action: Reissue the UNLOCK command
with t~VIRT=REAL operand or specify pages
not within the V=R region.
-

(Basic System Extensions)

206E CANNOT CONNECT TO HOST VIRTUAL MACHINE
User attempted to DIAL or
LOGON through a logical device to a virtual
machine that has created a loqical device.

~lanation:

User !cti2n: Notify the system operator
that this message has occurred. The system
operator can issue the UNLOCK VIRT=REAL
command so that CP can use the area for
paging, or he can
issue the SHUTDOWN
command
to
allow
users
with
the
virtual=real option to reclaim the area.
Hotg:
System support personnel should be
notified that machine check record(s) have
been recorded that identify the system's
hardware malfunction.

~!em

Action: The com.and is ignored.

User Action: DIAL
virtuar-iachine.

or LOGON

to

a

valid

211E MONITOR TAPE IS ALREADY ACTIVE
~lanation:

202E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT
STORAGE

AVAILAELE; INSUFFICIENT

Explanat!gn:
The virtual=real area is not
available to the user logging on because:
•

The virtual=real area was not generated
at system generation time, or

•

The virtual=real area
is not large
enough to contain the virtual machine
size defined in the directory for the
user logging on.

User Action: If the virtual=real area was
no~ generated, no action can be taken.
Otherwise, issue the DEFINE STORAGE coamand
to redefine the virtual machine storage
size equal to or smaller than the actual
virtual=real size that was generated.

The MONITOR START TAPE command
was issued while monitor data collection
was already active.

~1~

Action: Processing continues.

User Action: None required;
alreadyacti vee

the Monitor is

212E MONITOR TAPE IS NOT ACTIVE
~!anation:

The MONITOR STOP TAPE command
was issued while monitor data collection
was not active.

~!~
Usg~

Action: Processing continues.

Actj,Q.!!: None required.

213E MONITOR CPTRACE IS ALREADY ACTIVE
203E V=R AREA REQUIRES IPL EY DEVICE ADDRESS
EX~~~~!Qn: A shared system
or one that
uses discontiguous saved segments cannot be
loaded
(via IPL)
into a virtual machine
running in the virtual=real area.
This
message is also issued if you issue a
Diagnose
code
x'64'
to
attach
a
discontiguous
shared
segment
to
a
virtual=real machine.

~!anatiQn:

The MONITOR
START CPTRACE
command was issued while the internal trace
table was already active.

~!~

Action: Processing continues.

Use£ !ctiQn: None required.
214E MONITOR CPTRACE IS NOT ACTIVE
~!~atiQ1!:

User Action: Reissue
specifying--the address
60

the IPL command,
of the device on

IBM VM/370 system Messages

The
MONITOR STOP
CPTRACE
command was issued when the internal trace
table was not active.

DMK
~§1em
Q~g£

Ac~iQ~:

Action: Two tape marks are written,
the tape is rewound and unloaded, and the
tape drive is released. Data collection
stops and all classes are disabled.

None required.

215E MON+TOR ACTIVE, DASTAP
DYNAMICALLY

CANNOT BE

ENABLED

jxpla~£~io~:

The MONITOR ENABLE command was
issued with the DASTAP class when monitor
data collection was active.

~~£!or

Action: If you are not the user
who issued the MONITOR command, consult
with the person who did. The user may want
to mount another tape.
If so, reissue the
MONITOR ENABLE and
MONITOR START TAPE
commands.

Rou1ing: To primary system operator.
User Action: The DASTAP class cannot be
enabled-dynamically. If the DASTAP class is
required, stop the monitor, enable the
DASTAP class, and then restart the monitor.
Otherwise, reissue the command without the
DASTAP class.

2201 ERROR ON
SYSTEM

MONITOR TAPE, MONITOR

STOPPED BY

~!anation:

An uncorrectable I/O error
occurred on tape durinq data collection.

~1~

216E SYSPROF CLASS REQUIRES SCHEtULE AND DASTAP

Action: An attempt is made to write
a tape mark. The tape is released and data
collection stops.

j~P1s~tiQ~:

The MONITOR ENABLE command was
issued with the SYSPFOF class, but without
the SCHEDULE and DASTAP classes.

Q~ !~~io~:

Both the SCHEDULE and DASTAP
classes must be speci fied with the SYSPROF
class.

217E MONITOR TAPE NOT STARTEt, NO CLASS ENABLED
Explgna~iQ~: A
MONITOR START TAPE command
when no
classes of
data
was issued
collection were enabled.

~yste~

Action: The
is not started.

data collection process

~~ator

Acti~:
If you ar~ not the user
who issued the
MONITOR START command,
consult with the person who did.
The user
will probably want to mount another tape.
If so, reissue the MONITOR ENABLE and
MONITOR START TAPE commands.

Routigg: To primary system operator.
221E MONITOR TO SPOOL IS ALREADY ACTIVE
~!~ation:

A MONITOR START SPOOL command
was issued when the monitor was already
running.
It may have started automatically
according
to
the
SYSMON
macro
specifications in DMKSYS.

~1~

User Action:
Issue
the MONITOR ENABLE
command--specifyinq the desired class or
classes, and then reissue the MONITOR START
TAPE cOllmand.

Action: None.

User Action: Review the current automatic
monItoring- specifications in
DHKSYS as
defined by the SYSMON macro and make sure
that they still meet the daily monitorinq
needs.

218E MONITOR NOT STOPPED, OUTSTANDING TAPE I/O
~la~£~io!!:

A MONITOR S'IOP TAPE command
was issued when the data collector was
attemptinq to recover from an I/O error or
was handling an end-of-tape condition.

~yste~

-!ctio~:
The command is rejected;
however, the monitor tape is stopped by the
system because of either the tape I/O error
or the end-of-tape condition.

User

!~~io~:

TAPE,

MONITOR STOPPED

ExplagatiQ~: An
end-of-tape condition
occurred on the monitor tape.

A MONITOR TIME command was
issued when the specified sta rt or stop
time did not conform
to the required
syntax.

~lg~ati.Q1!:

Note: The
midniqht.

stop time

cannot be

later than

Syst~

Action: MONITOR automatic start and
stop times remain unchanged.

None required.

2191 END OF MONITOR
SYSTEM

222E TIME PARAMETER SPECIFIES INVALID TIME

BY

User Action: Review format
co•• and .. -

of MONITOR TIME

has
223E START TIME MUST PRECEDE STOP TIME
The forllat of the start and
times, as issued in a MONITOR TIME

Expl~ation:

stop

Control Program (CP)

Messages

61

DMK
command, was correct. However, the start
time was not earlier than the stop time.

228E FOR OPTION INVALID WITH MONITOR ON
~lanatiQn:

Note:
stop
midnight.

time

cannot

be

later

than

SysteA Acti~: Monitor automatic start and
stop times remain the same.
y~£

Aclion: Reissue the cOEmand.

If monitoring is currently
active, data has already been collected for
some time.
The MONITOR TIME FOR command in
effect says monitoring should be starten
now and
run for the
specified time.
Therefore, the use of the FOR option when
monitoring is already active would give
performance data for an unexpected period
of time.

~!~A

224E LIMIT MUST BE BETWEEN 10 and 50000

Action:
unchanged.

Ex~nati2n:
A MONITOR LIMIT command was
issued specifying a
spool file maximum
record count that was
not within the
allowed ranqe.

~~ Acti~:

Monitoring

Review your
and resolve the conflicts
specifications.

sta tus

is

monitoring needs
in your previous

~teA

Action: Monitor automatic spool file
record count limit remains unchanged.

User Action: Reissue the command
correct-LIMIT specification.
225E INVALID MONITOR
STARTED

with the

USERID SPECIFIED,

'ION NOT

Expla~atiQn:

A MONITOR START SPOOL command
was issued using the TO USERID option.
However, the specified user was not in the
directory.
Syste~
!ctio~:
The automatic monitorinq
recipient userid specification is unchanqed
and the monitor is not started.

User Action: Reissue the
valid-UsiRID.

command using

a

226E FOR VALUE SPANS MIDNIGHT - COMMAND INVALID

229E MONITOR OUT OF DASD PAGES, IS SHUTTING OFF
]~lanation:

Monitor
cannot
continue
monitoring due to lack of spool file space
where monitor data would be placed.

~!em

Action: Monitor is shut off.

User Action: Free needed spool
and-restart monitor.

file space

230E IPL 510 ERROR
~!anati~:

The START I/O instruction for
the initial IPL sequence to the specified
device received an unexpected condition
code, so the device could not be properly
started for the IPL.
Use~ ActiQn: Verify that the device type is
valid for an IPL simulation and that no
unexpected status conditions exist in the
device, and reissue the IPL command.

~xpla~ation:

A MONITOR TIME FOR command was
issued
specifying
a period
of
data
collection that, when added to the current
time, will exceed midnight.

231E IPL TIO ERROR
~~anation:

~ste~

!ctio~:

The automatic monitorinq
start and stop times remain unchanged.
Us~
Action: Reissue the command with a
smaller FOR specification,
or manually
start and stop the monitor as needed.

The IPL simulator encountered
an unexpected condition code when executinq
a TEST I/O instruction on the specified
virtual device.
US~~
Action:
Verify that the device is
valid for
IPL operation and
that no
unexpected status conditions exist in the
device, and reissue the IPL comman~.

227E FOR OPTION INVALID WITH AUTCDISK OFF
Expla~atiQn: The
MONITOR TIME FOR command
assumes that automatic monitoring is in
effect.
(AUTO=YES has been specified in
the SYSMON macro or the MONITOR AUTODISK ON
command has been issued.)

Syste~
Action: The TIME specification is
iqnored and the automatic monitoring start
and stop commands remain unchanged.

User Action:

Issue a MONITOR

TIME command

an~reissue the MONITOR TIME FOR command.

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VM/370 System Messages

232E IPL UNIT ERROR; CSW csw SIS sense
~l~ati~:

During the
IPL simulation
process, the specified IPL device received
an I/O
interrupt with
a unit
check
condition.

Us~~
Action: Examine the CSW and sense
bytes ~-a;termine the possible cause of
the simulation failure. If no equipment
checks are present, reissue the IPL comman~
to the specified device.

D!lK

233E IPL OVERLAY ERROR

xxx
CODE cc

2421 PRT

Explanation: The IPL simulator was about to
perform a loading sequence that would have
overlaid the simulator itself. In this
particular case, the IPL simulator cannot
function in the specified virtual machine
at its current storage size.
User Actio~: Increase the size of the
virtual machine so that the IPL simulator
viII load in an area where it will not be
overlaid. Then reissue the IPL command.

~m1lim"c­

.::J.I.,a'&'U.;J

~lanation:

This message
includes all
situations
where
the
operator
must
intervene in the 3800's operation. These
situations include, but are ~~! limited to
the following:
•
•
•
•

End of for liS
Stacker full
Toner supply empty
Replace developer

All relevant status codes are described in
the 3800 Refereuce Manua!, GA26-l635.

234E IPL SENSE ERROR
on the
ExPl~~~!ion: A unit check occurred
IPL device.
A SENSE operation vas used to
get the
sense bytes
and an
unusual
condition occurred.
User ActiQ~: Verify that the device is not
malfunctioning and then reissue the IPL
command for the required device.

~!~

Action: printing is suspended.

Qp~~ator

Action: Correct
the
printer
condition by examining the status code or
indicators on the printere
Correct the
condition and press the START button on the
printer.

243E FLASH MISSING OR INVALID
240E PRT xxx, FCB-FOR"S
{HELDI PURGED}

"IS"ATCB, FILEID

nnnn

ExplanatiQ~:
There is a mismatch betveen
the forms control buffer
(FCB)
and the
forms in the 3800 printer.

~§t~~

Action:
printing is
held
suspended.
The file is held or purged.

or

User Actio~:
If held, specify correct FCB
and release the HOLD on the file.
If the
file
is purged,
reenter the
correct
matching information.
241E PRT
xxx,
INVALID
lOAD
"ODULE
SPECIFIED, FILE nnnn {HELDIPURGEDJ

An invalid load module has
been specified and the 3800 printer file is
either HELD, PURGED, or remains in the same
HOLD status it had before printing was
attempted.
Action: printing is held and
file is either held or purged.

~!y

Action: Rone.

User Action: Reissue the
valId FLASH specification.

command with

a

244E IMAGE LIBRARY MISSING OR INVALID
~!anation:

the IMAGE

For 3800 printer operations,
operand in the START com.and is

missing or

invalid~

mmmll

~la~ation:

~te~

Explanation: For 3800 printer operations,
the FLASH operand in the CP SPOOL or CHANGE
command is missing or invalid.

the

User Action: Reissue the
valid IMAG~specification.

command with

a

245E CHARS MISSING OR INVALID
~lanati~

For 3800 printer operations,
the CHARS operand in the CP SPOOL, CHANGE,
or START co.mand is miSSing or invalid.

~~iQ£

Action:
If HELD vas indicated,
specify correct load module and release the
user HOLD on the given spool file.
If
either HELD or PURGED vas not indicated,
the load module specified for the separator
paqe is invalid and remains the same.
Specify the correct load module (via the
CHARS parameter on the START command) for
the separator page.

User Action: Reissue the
vaild CHARS:specification.

command with

Control Program (CP)

Messages

a

63

DMK
370E feature is
machines.

246E FCB MISSING OR INVALID

not

enabled for

virtual

Expla~~tion: For
3800 printer operations,
the FCB operand in the CP SPOOL, CHANGE, or
START command is missing or invalid.

~!~.!

User Action: Reissue the
valid FCB-Specification.

User Action: Notify a class A user in order
that a-sE~S370E ON command can be issued

command with

a

Action: The feature is enabler! for
the virtual machine. However, CP will not
support 370E until a SET S370E ON command
is issued.

247I 3800 NAMED SYSTEM imag3800 CREATED
Expla~~~!Q~: The data has been successfully
placed in the specified imaqe library.

2521 PRT xxx, FILE nnnn REQUEUED AND HELD
~lanation:
This message is preceded by
message D~KRSE2551 and information from

DMKRSE255E must be used by this message.
User Action: None.
~!~.!

~~ator

248E SPECIFIED IMAGE imag NON-EXISTENT
Explanat!Q~:
The specified
file was not found.
~te!.

'image

Action: printing is suspended.

TEXT'

!ction: None.

User Action: Correct the erroneous 'image
TEXT'~Ie-and reissue the command.

Action:
Using the backup page
count qiven in messaqe DMKRSE2551 and the
size of the files just requeued, determine
how much to backspace the current file: use
the BACKSPACE command to do this.
Also,
determine whether or not to replace the
requeued files for printing. The BACKSPACE
cOlllmand, with the EOF option, can be used
to reprint the end of any regueued file.
Issue the CP START command to reinitiate
printing operations.

249E ERROR LOADING IMAGE imag
~xpla~~ioD:

The 'imag TEXT'

file caused a

253E MODIFY MISSING OR INVALID

LOAD error.
~1~nation:

~te.!

Action: None.

USer Action: Correct
the problem tha t
caused--the- LOAD error and reissue the
command.
(System Extensions) -

For 3800 printer operations,
the MODIFY operand in the CP SPOOL, CHANGE,
or PURGE
command line is
missing or
invalid.

User Action: Reissue the command with
valid MODIFY specification.

a

250E 370E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
Expla~ation: System/370 Extended feature or
the Extended facility is not installed on
the processor.

•

254E ERROR SAVING image 3800 - RC

A SET S370E ON command was issued.

•

A SET 370E ON command was issued.

An error occurred while saving
the named system.
Reason
Thenamed
found.
8

~y§t~.!

!£tion: Normal processing continues.

erc)

~lanatiQ~:

The 370E parameter was indicated in the
user's directory via an OPTION control
statement.

•

=

system

The named system
active.

was

not

is currently
nallle~

12

The volume
for the
system is not CP-owned.

16

The volid is not mounted.

20

The size of the imagelib being
generated is too larqe for the
named system.

24

A paging error occurred while
processing this reguest.

(System Extensions)
251E 370E IS NOT ACTIVE
Ex~~~ti2n:

The
System/370
Extended
feature of the Extended facility feature is
installed on the processor.
However, the
64

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DMK
256E INSUFFICIENT VIRTUAL STORAGE
E!E!anation: The defined virtual storage is
insufficient.
Explanation
Use another nam€d system that
has been generated.
8

DRAIN any 3800 printers that
are using the named system and
reissue the command.

12

Check with the installation
manager to find out why the
volume is not CP-owned.
]llianatiQ!!

16

Have the correct volid mounted
and reissue the command.

20

Make the image smaller or put
it into a larger named system.

24

Check the named
system to
determine that it is defined
in
DMKSNT
and
that
the
cylinder actually exists on
the volume. Also verify, that
it
has
been
previously
formatted by CPo
Reissue the
command.
If
the
problem
persists,
see your
system
support personnel.

2551 PRT xxx, PAGE BUFFER DESTROYED, BACKUP PAGE
COUNT = nnnn
~xpla!!s1iQ!!:

The page
tuffer
destroyed on the 3800 printer.

~Y§1g~

has

been

ActiQ!!: Printing is suspended.

~ergto~

ActiQ!!: See message DMKRSE252I.
(System Extensions)

255W 370E FEATURE NOW DISABLED
ExPlgnatiQ!!: A class A user has issued a
SET 310E OFF command to disable the 370E
feature, or the system operator has varied
the
processor with
the 310E
feature
offline.
~yste~

Action: All 310E users will enter
console function mode on receipt of the
message.

User ActiQ!!: Await availability of the 370E
feature.
Attempts to continue will result
in the user being dispatched without the
370E capability.
No-t~;
If the 310E feature is no
needed, key in "begin" to continue.

longer

User Action:
machine,-IPL
command.

Define a
larqer virtual
CMS again and reissue the

257E RESIDUAL BYTE COUNT

=

nnnnnnnn (HEX)

~!~ati~:

This message is preceded by
message DftKNftT254E and is issued when the
return code in message DMKNMT254E equals
20.

User Action: Either define the named system
with a--iarger byte count or decrease the
imagelib byte count.
2811 MSS VOL $
RETRY
~~!~ation:

3330V VOL $.
processinq.

NOT LINKED;

DEMNT IN

PROCESS,

A LINK has been reguested for
That volume is in MSS demount

Use~
Action: Allow time
process to complete and
again.

for the demount
issue the LINK

300E SAVE REQUEST BEYOND VIRTUAL MACHINE SIZE
the SAVESYS
Expl~ation: When
issued, one or more designated
were in the SYSPGNM operand of
macro. These pages are beyond
t~e virtual machine used.

command was
saved pages
the NAMESYS
the size of

User Action: Check the numbers of the pages
designatea- to be saved in the NAftESYS
macro. If they are correct, increase the
size
of
the virtual
machine
before
reissuing the SAVESYS command.
310E DATE date INVALID; NOT CHANGED
Explanation: The system date in CP low
storage contains invalid data and hence
cannot be updated for the midnight date
change. The
invalid date
indicates a
possible software system failure since the
date is automatically set by the system
initialization routine.
Action: The date in low storage is
not changed; however, the day of the week
is changed and the clocks are set to change
the date at midnight in 24 h?urs.

~1~

control Program (CP)

Messages

65

DIIK
OperatQ!:
Action:
Contact
the
system
programmer at once.
Careful use of the
STCP command can correct the date set in
storage.
Notify
your
system
support
personnel of the problem and supply a dump
of CP storage if possible.

Syst~
Action: The system enters a
state (wait state code = 011).

User

wait

Action:

Verify
that the operands
SYSRES macro in module
DIIKSYS define valid system residence device
characteristics.
specified-~n the

350W DASD raddr SYSRES VOLID NOT volid
4001 SYSTEII {TEIIP SPACEICHECKPOINT AREA} PULL
Explanation: The volume latel on the pack
mounted on drive raddr does not agree with
the volume label specified during system
generation.

~lanati~:
SPAC~
or

~yste~

~tem

Actio~: The
system enters a
state (wait state code = 010).

wait

All temporary disk space (TEIIP
checkpoint
space
(CHECKPOINT
AREA) is in use.
Action: If temporary disk space is
full, the system attempts to continue but

performance
User Action: Check the SYSRES macro in
module DIIKSYS to ensure that the disk
address and volume label specified are
valid.
Operator Action: Ensure that the correct
volume is mounted on disk drive raddr and
present an external interrupt to initiate a
retry of the operation.
351W DASD raddr SYSRES NOT READY
Explanation: The disk drive specified by
raddr is
not ready.
Disk
raddr was
specified as the SYSRES device in the
SYSRES macro in module DIIKSYS.
Syste~
!ctio~: The
system enters a
state (wait state code = 010).

wait

Operator Action: ftake the device ready and
present an external interrupt to initiate a
retry of the operation.

is

severely

aegra~ed.

If

temporary disk space becomes full while
putting VIIDUIIP pages
out to temporary
space, the dump is purged.
If the checkpoint area is full, the syste.
continues
without checkpointi ng.
This
improves performance, but if the syste ..
abends, spool files are lost.
Message
DIIKCKS919E is issued after DftKCKS400I.
User Action: If the message resulted from
processing a VIIDUMP command, purge unwanted
dumps on the user reader queue and retry.
If still unsuccessful, request the system
programmer to free temporary disk space.
~~ator

Action: Review system usage and
take steps to reduce the system load.
Spool files should be reviewed. Additional
printers may be started to reduce print
spool backlog; if a reader backloq exists,
users should be requested to read their
files.
In addition, you may be able to
determine other spool files that can be
selectively purged.
Logging off inactive
users reduces temporary disk space usage.

352W FATAL DASD I/O ERROR
Explanation: The system nucleus
written. Probable causes are:

•
•
•
•

cannot be

The disk pack is not formatted properly.
The disk pack is defective.
A disk hardware error has occurred.
The disk is in read-only mode.

~Y§te~

Action: The system enters a
state (wait state code = 011).

wait

~~tor

Action: Use the FORMAT program to
reformat the pack.
Attempt to do a new
system load. If the trouble persists, try
another pack on a different drive. If the
trouble still persists, call your system
support personnel.

353W SYSRES DEVICE TYPE INVALID
Expla~1iQ~: The
device type specified in
the SYSRES macro in module DMKSYS is not
valid for system residence.

4011 SYSTEM {TEftP
PERCENT FULL

90

of
all
Ninety
percent
temporary disk
space (TEMP
SPACE) or
checkpoint space (CHECKPOINT AREA) is in
use.

~tell

Action: System operation continues.

~~g!or

Action: Review system usage an~
take steps to reduce the system load.
Spool files should be reviewed. Additional
printers may be started to reduce print
spool backlog. If a reader backlog exists,
users should be requested to read their
files.
In addition, you may be able to
determine other spool files that can be
selectively purged.
Logging off inactive
users reduces space usage.

410W CP ENTERED; PAGING ERROR
paging.

IBM VM/370 System Messages

AREA}

~lanation:

]~!gnation:

66

SPACEICHECKPOINT

An I/O error occurred during
Probable hardware error.

~~

Action: System operation continues.
The virtual machine enters CP command mode.
If
the
virtual machine
was
running
disconnected, it is logged off the system.

425A PUN cuu ACCOUNTING DATA; FATAL I/O ERROR
~!anati~:

An unrecoverable input/output
error occurred on the card punch at real
address cuu. Accounting data was saved.

User Action: Reload the virtual system to
continue:--If the problem persists, notify
the system operator.

Syst~ Actions The failing device is varied
offline and system operation continues.
~~tor

Action: Vary the device cuu online
and restart the punch. If the problem
persists, contact
your system
support
personnel.

411W CP ENTERED; TRANSLATION EXCEPTION; WHILE IN

NON-Ee KODE
Ex~natio~:
While running
an EC mode
virtual machine, a translation exception
occurred. Probable CP error.

-

(Basic System Extensions)

425E I/O ERROR DURING ACCOUNTING
System Action: System operation continues.
The virtual machine enters CP command mode.
If
the
virtual machine
was
running
disconnected, it is logged off the system.

~!~ation:

1 spooling I/O error occurred
while the system vas writing accountinq
data to the spooling device.

~!~Action:

User Action: Reload the virtual system to
continue:--If the problem persists, notify
your system support personnel.

If the accounting spool file
has been previously checkpointed, the fil~
is
closed and
a
new file
started.
Other.wise, the file is written using a
different spool page.

415E CONTINUOUS PAGING ERRORS FROM DASD xxx
User Action: The closed accountinq spool
file shoura-be processed. If the I/O error
persists,
call
your
system
support
personnel.

~~la~g1iQn:

Unrecoveratle errors are being
received from the paging device (xxx).
This condition is caused by failure of
either the paging volume or the paging
device. This condition can occur if the
paging volume
has not
been formatted
properly.

426E

{R DR I TAPE}
PURGED

raddr

SPOOL SPACE

FULL;

FILE

~te~

Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code = OOF).

~rator

Actign: Try to determine whether
the errors are being caused by the paging
device or by the paginq volume. If the
device is failing, disable it and reload
(via I PL) the system; call your system
support personnel.
If the
volume is
failing, try reformatting it. If the error
condition recurs, discontinue using that
volume
and call
your system
support
personnel.

424E RDR FILE SPOOL ERROR; FILE UNCHANGED
ExE1gnatiQ~:
A paging I/O error occurred
while reading or writing a spool file
recoLd on a CP spooling device, for the
purpose
of querying
or updating
TAG
infoLmation associated with
that spool
file.

~tem !£iiQ~:

If the error was encountered
while readinq, no change has resulted from
the user's previous TAG command. If the
erroL was encountered while writing, the
results are unpredictable.
User Action: Reissue the command. If the
problem-persists, regenerate the spool file
that is in error or call your system
support personnel.

System input spooling space
for the reader or tape at real device
address raddr is full.

~!anation:

~!~!~!ion:

The file just read is purged
and system operation continues.

~rat~

Action: Review system usage and
take steps to reduce the system load.
Inactive users should be logged off the
system.
Spool files shoUld be reviewed.
Additional printers may
be started to
reduce print spool backlog.
If a reader
backlog exists, request that users read
their files. In addition, you may be able
to determine other spool files that can be
selectively purged. After reducing spool
file usage, read the file again.

4211 {CONIPRTIPUN} vaddr
FULL; FILE CLOSED

SYSTEM

SPOOL

SPACE

~lanation:

System spoolinq space on the
device at virtual device address vaddr is
full.
If
the message refers
to the
console, the console spool file has been
closed. If it refers to the printer or
punch, the printer or punch output file has
been closed.

~!~

Action: If the console spool file is
closed, virtual console spooling stops. The
virtual machine continues to execute but
without console spooling.
Control Program (CP)

Messages

61

DMK
If the printer or punch output file is
closed, an intervention-required unit check
condition is
returned to
the virtual
machine, the virtual device is made not
ready, and the system continues.

If it is a reader file spool error, a unit
check condition is sent to the virtual
machi ne to stop the read operation. The
file
is held.
System operation
then
continues.

User !£i!Qn: Inform the system operator. An
attempt must be made to reduce the paging
and spooling load on the system as soon as
possible.
When spool space is available,
issue the SPOOL CONSOLE START command to
resume console spooling, or issue the READY
command
to
resume printer
or
punch
spooling.

Use£ !cti~:
For a console file, issue a
SPOOL CONSOLE START command and retry the
output operation.
After ten unsuccessful
retries, the entire opened spool file is
purged.

428E {PRTIPUNIRDRl

raddr

SPOOL

ERROR;

FILE

fH ELD! PURGED}

- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

428E {PRTIPUNIRDR,TAPE} raddr SPOOL
{HELDI PURGED}

ERROR; FILE

~xplanatio~:

A paging I/O error occurred on
the device at real address raddr.

system jctiQn: If the file that was being
processed at
the time the
I/O error
occurred is a printer or punch file, the
file is put in HOLD status and system
operation continues.

For a printer or punch file, issue
READY command to the virtual device
retry the output operation.
For a
file,

reader file, try

again to

the
and

read the

In any case, if the problem persists,
inform the system operator of the incident.
The error is probably due to a hardware
malfunction. The system operator may advise
you to purge the file or may decide to turn
the machine over to your system support
personnel, depending on the impact of the
problem.
430A {PRTIPUN}
raddr
FATAL
OFFLINE, FILE HELD

I/O

ERROR;

NOW

Explanati~:
An unrecoverable I/O err~r
occurred on the printer or punch device at
real address raddr.

If the file is a reader file, it is purged.
Action: The failing device is varied
offline, the file being processed is put in
hold
status,
and
system
operation
continues.

~!~

Action:
If the file is a printer
or punch file, try to print or punch it
again when spooling activity on the printer
or punch is low.
The system operator must
first take the file out of HOLD status.
Qp~tor

If the file is a reader file,
file in the reader and retry.

reload the

~£ator

Action: Vary the device raddr
online and restart. To process the file
that failed, take the file out of hold
status. If the problem persists, call your
system support personnel.

If the file is a tape file, reposition the
tape and reissue the command.
431A RDR raddr ID CARD MISSING OR INVALID
If the problem persists, call
support personnel.
4291

{CONI PRTIPUNIRDR} vaddr
{HELD I PURGED}

your system

SPOOL ERROR;

FILE

~~g~i!Q~:

A paging I/O error occurred on
the device at virtual address vaddr.

System Action: If it is a console spool
file error, virtual console spooling stops.
The virtual machine continues to execute
but without console spooling.
If it is a printer or punch spool file
error, a unit check condition is sent to
the virtual machine to stop the write
operation, the file is purged,
and the
virtual device is made not ready.

68

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Expl~atiQD:
The card just read in the
reader at real device address raddr was not
a
valid ID
card.
Two formats
are
acceptable:

•
•

ID userid
USERID userid

Separator or blank
cards are accepted
before an ID card; any other card preceding
the ID card is invalid.
~£g12!:

Acti.Q1!:

•

Run out the cards in reader raddr.

•

Correct the ID card error.

•

Make the reader ready with the
deck in the hopper.

correcte~

DEK
432A RDR raddr
DIRECTORY

ID

CARD;

userid

NOT

IN

CP

~~21s~~tion:

The 'userid' specified on an
ID card in the reader at real device
address raddr
is not
in the
nI/370
directory.

~te~ !£tiQ~:

System operation continues.

•

Run out the cards in reader raddr.

•

Correct
found.

•

Make the reader ready with the corrected
deck in the hopper.

•

Make the reader ready.

If the problem persists, call
support personnel.

your system

435E PAGING ERROR WRITING SAVED SYSTEM
~!anatiQQ:

A paging
error occurred
while writing the system to be saved, or
the 3704/3705 control program imaqe to be
saved, to a DASD volume.

~iem

the ID

card

error

if one

is

If the 1D card appears valid, check with
the system programmer to determine why the
userid does
not exist in
the VM/370
directory.
433A RDR raddr ID CARD; INVALID DATA -

data

~~~~si!Qn:

The class specified on the ID
card in the reader at real device address
raddr is incorrect or the name specified is
invalid. The 'data' is the information in
error on the ID card.
If a class is
specified, it must be one character, A
through Z or 0 through 9. If no class is
specified, the default is A.
If a name is
specified, it must be a 1to
8-character filename and a 1- to
8-character
filetype,
or
a
1to
24-character data set name.
The fields of
the ID card are free form as follows:
ID userid •• CLASS n NAME filename filetype

~ygi~~

Action: System operation continues.

ActiQ~:
Execution of the command
terminates. The system or control program
image is not saved.

User Action: Be
correcteommand

sure

you

entered

the

IPL nnn
SAVESYS CKS
where: nnn is the 3-digit number
A-disk.
Try the command again.

of your

If the problem recurs, check the DASD space
allocated to receive the saved system or
control program image. This space must be
formatted
with
the CP
format program
(DKKFKT) and allocated as PERK space.
436E INTERRUPT PENDING. TO PROCEED, TYPE YES. TO
END, TYPE NO.
~lanation:

In processing
command, the system detected
interrupt is pendinq.

the SAVESYS
tha t an I/O

~!~

Action: If you
enter YES, the
SAVESYS -command continues
to save the
system but the pending I/O interrupt(s) are
lost. If you enter NO,
SAVESYS processing
terminates.
Use± Action: Enter YES or NO.

•

Run out the cards in reader raddr.

•

Correct the ID card error.

•

Make the reader ready with the corrected
deck in the hopper.

- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

437E NO DASD SPACE AVAILABLE-IPL TERMINATED
~!anation:

The IPL command attempted to
get a DASD page but none was available.

~!em

Action: The command is tp.rminated.

434A RDR raddr FATAL I/O ERROR; FILE PURGED
ExplaQ~iiQn:

An unrecoverahle I/O error was
encountered on the reader at real device
address raddr. The input file was purged.
Syste~

User Acti~: verify that the proper volumes
required for
paging and
spooling are
mounted. Reissue the command.

!ction: System operation continues.
438E DEVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR ATTACH

•

Run out the cards in reader raddr.

•

Put the cards back in the hopper, making
sure the first card is a valid ID card.

~!anation:

The control
program
nas
determined that the device is offline,
already dedicated, selected for MSS mount,
has minidisk
allocated, or
volume is
already attached to the system.

Control Program (CP)

Messages

69

DMK
~te~

Aclion: The control program command
that initiated the ~SS reguest produces a
message to indicate the eventual result of
the MSS error.

Prog,Iamn.I Action:
Determine the cause of
the program interrupt and ensure that the
program new PSi is valid.
User Action:

User Action: contact the system operator to
ensure--that action is
being taken to
correct the MSS error. Reissue the command
when the error has been corrected.

Restart the

virtual system
the IPL

via-t~BEGIN command, or reissue

command to continue.
4541 {LINE addr I DEV rid} DISAB LED
~lanation:

The virtual machine loaded a
disabled wait PSi, identified by 'psw'.

The line or device has been
disabled due to a permanent I/O error, or
the operator issued a command that disabled
the line.

~1~~

~!~·Action:

450i CP ENTERED; DISABLED WAIT PSi 'psw'
Expla~ation:

AcliQn: System operation continues.
The virtual machine enters console function
mode. If the virtual machine was running
disconnected, it is logged off the system.
gr~~~~~

Action: Examine the PSW portion
of the message.
Ensure that the program
running in the virtual machine has a valid
LPSi halt. If not, determine why the PSW
loaded was not masked for interrupts.

System operation continues.

Operator Action: If the message was issued
due to a permanent I/O error on the line,
to reacti vate t he line issue the ENABLE or
NETWORK command. You may have to issue the
VARY ONLINE command for some device types
before CP will accept the ENABLE command.
4551 LINE addr CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL

User Act ion:
to cont inue.

IPL the virtual

system again
~!anati~:

3
(NOT
Condition
code
OPERATIONAL) was received when a START I/O
was issued to line 'addr'.

452w CP ENTERED; EXTERNAL

IN~ERRUPT

LOOP
System Ac!ion: System operati on con tin ues.

ExplanatiQn: The user's virtual machine
external new
PSi is
enabled for
an
interrupt condition
that will
not be
cleared upon acceptance. It is possible to
receive an interrupt condition from the CPU
Timer and the TOD Clock Comparator that
produces this loop.
~te~

Actign: System operation continues.
The virtual machine enters CP command mode.
If
the
virtual machine
was
running
disconnected, it is logged off the system.
PrQg£~~£
Action:
Determine
why
the
external interrupt new PSi is enabled for
an interrupt condition that will not be
cleared upon acceptance (that is, the Timer
is not expected to contain a negative
value) •

User Action:
toeo n t Iiiue .

IPL the virtual

system again

453W CP ENTERED; PROGRAM INlERRUPT LOOP
Explanslion:
A program interrupt occurred
at the address specified in the virtual
program new PSi while the virtual machine
was in basic control mode.
Systg~
Action:
System
operation
continues.
The
program
interrupt
is
reflected to the virtual machine and the
virtual machine enters console function
mode. If the virtual machine was running
disconnected, it is logged off the system.

70

IBM VM/370 System Messages

~.IstO,I

Action:
Verify that the terminal
control unit or transmission control unit
is enabled for use. If the control unit is
properly enabled, but trouble persi sts,
call your system support personnel.

456i CP ENTERED;
ALTERED

name

SHARED

PAGE

hexloc

~!~~!ion:

The named system has been
altered by the virtual machine. The hexloc
is the first changed page detected by the
control program. The changed page will be
returned to free storage. No other users
on the system are affected by this error.
User Action: The user may con tin ue by
entering-the CP command BEGIN. The virtual
machine is now operating in nonshared mode.

460E CTLR raddr
CHECK

{LOAD I DUftP}

FAILED:

PROGRAM

~!anatiQB:

During execution of the loader
or
dump
bootstrap
routines
in
the
3704/3705,
a 3704/3705
program
check
occurred, setting the 'IPL Required' sense
bit.

Use!: Action: Reissue the command. If the
error----persists,
notify
the
system
programmer of a possible 3704/3705 problem.

DMK
46iR CTLH raddr 1PL NOT

'YES' TO

CONTINUE:
Explanation: A NETWORK LOAD cOlllland or a
NETWORK DU~P command was issued for a
in the
'IPL
3104/3105 that
was not
Required I state.
User Ac1iQ~: Reply YES to continue the load
or dump process. Any other response causes
immediate command termination.
462I CTLR raddr UNIT CHECK;

!PL BEQUIRED

Expl~natio~:
The 3104 or 3105 at real
address raddr has reguested a dump or
reload by presenting a unit check to the
host processor, and the automatic dump and
restart facility is currently off.

~~iQ~

Action:
If the 3104/3105 was
active before
the failure,
issue the
NETWORK DU~P command with the IMMED operand
to obtain documentation of the failure.
Use the NETWORK LOAD command to reload the
3104/3105 with an appropriate 3104/3105
control proqram.
The CMS service program
NCPDUHP should be used to print the dump
file created by NETWORK DUMP.

4631 CTLR raddr UNIT CHECK; RESTART IN PROGRESS

CO!l1rol-Panel
describe
the
emulator lines
panel.

~uide~

Order No. GA21-3081,
procedure
for
resetting
froll the 3104/3105 control

4641 CTLR raddr CC=3; DEPRESS 310X "LOAD" BUTTON
Explanation: The 3704 or 3705 at real
address raddr has entered the "Hard Stop"
condition, indicating a 3704/3705 hardware
or software failure.
Svstell Action: lone.
~rator

Action: Press the LOAD button on
the 3704/3705 control panel. This permits
execution of the normal V1V370 recovery
mechanism.

4651 LINE TRACE TERMINATED DUE TO ERROR
~lanation:

A IETWORK TRACE cOllmand has
been issued and errors have occurred during
the trace process.

~!~

Action: The trace is

terminated~

User Action: Close the virtual printer to
get-the trace output. Reissue the command
if you need aore information.
If the
failure recurs, call your system support
personnel.

~l~nation:

The 3104/3105 at real address
radar has requested a dump or reload by
presenting a
unit check to
the host
processor, and the automatic dump/restart
facility has been initiated.

~§tem_Actig~:

If the 3104/3105 was active
before the failure, a dump is automatically
taken.
The 3704/3705
is reloaded (or
loaded). Any previously enabled lines or
resources are automatically reenabled.

465W CTLR raddr EMULATOR LINES IN USE BY SYSTEM
Explanation: The operator dedicated the
native address of a 3704/3705 running a PEP
systell, and one or more of the EP lines is
in use by VM/370 got logon terminals.
raddr is the real address of the 3704/3705.
~1em

Action:
The ATTACH
cOll.and
completed; processing continues •

is

.9P.grato£_.!ctiQ~:

Use the
CMS
service
proqram NCPDUMP to format and print the
3104/3105 dump if one was created.

When a 3104/3105
Emulation Program is
automatically reloaded after a 3104/3105
failure, the system may loop after the
restart. The message:

~~~1~

Action: None is necessary. This
message is a warning that the EP lines in
use by VM/370 may be affected by the
virtual machine to which the 3704/3705 was
dedicated.

4661 CTLR cuu IN BUFFER SLOWDOWN MODE
D~KRNH4631

CTLR 'raddr' UNIT CHECK;
RESTART IN PROGRESS

and two responses:
CTLR xxx DaMP COMPLETE
CTLR xxx ncpname LOAD COMPlETE
indicate that
the 3104/3105
has been
reloaded. If the system loops after the
second
response, you
must reset
all
emulator lines from the 3104/3105 control
panel. The IBM 3104 Control Panel Guide,
Order No. GA21-3086,-aidthe IBM-3105

Explanation: This message is issued in
addition to the response to a QUERY cOllmand
if the 3704 or 3705 control proqram has
entered buffer
slowdown 1I0de.
Buffe-r
slowdown 1I0de is entered if the 3704/3705
control program
has less
than 12-1/2
percent
of
its
buffers
available,
indicating a temporary overload.
~tea

Action: Processing continues.

Use~ Action: None is necessary; however, if
this situation
occurs frequently,
the
storage requirements
of the
3704/3705
configuration should be reexamined.

Control Program (CP)

Messages

71

DMK
4681 CTLR cuu COMMUNICATIONS SCANNER FAILURE
EXpl~~~iiQg: During NCP
initialization the
scanner did not
properly enable.
The
device is left "not ready".

~Y§tem

5001 type 'addr' CMD REJECT CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID=
'userid'
[BBCCHH='bbcchh']

!ctiQn: processing continues.

469E CTLR raddr {LOADIDUMP} FAILED:
NOT AVAILABLE

TEMP SPACE

~xplanatiQ~:

There was not enough temporary
space available on the CP system packs to
satisfy the spool space request for the
3704/3705 dump processor.
~se~

ACiiQn=

Ensure that

enough teoporary

CP spool space is available and reissue the
DUMP command.
470E CTLR raddr
ERROR

{LOADIDUMP} FAILED:

If the problem persists after the directory
has been reformatted and rewritten, call
your system support personnel.

PAGING I/O

Explanation: An unrecoverable I/O error
occurred while reading
the page-format
image of the 3704/3705 control proqram
(LOAD), or while writing the dump spool
file (DUMP) onto a system volume.
User Action:
Notify the system programmer
of a possible error on CP paging packs or
DASD device. Reissue the command.

- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

5001 type 'addr' CMD REJECT CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID=
'userid'
[{BBCCHH='bbcchh'IBLOCK='nnnnnn'} ]

Explanat~~:

fi:p~

LINE
CONS,GRAF
DASD
PRT,PUN,RDR
TAPE

e~ror

recovery

routine

Error Recov~I
line
terminal
disk
spooling
tape

BQ~!ine

The other variables in the message are:
addr

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condi tion.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the Channel Comma nd Word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW), in hexadecimal.
- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.
- the block nu.ber where the error
occurred.

sense
cm

471E CTLR
raddr
{LOADtDUHP}
UNRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR

~n

found an unrecoverable command reject I/O
error. The "type" in the message indicates
which error recovery routine it was:

FAILED:

Explan~tiQn:
During execution of NETWORK
LOAD or NETWORK DUMP, a unrecoverable I/O
error occurred on the 3704/3705 channel
adapter.

csw

Qser !ctiQ~: Reissue the coamand. If the
error
persists,
notify
the
system
programmer of a possible problem with the
3704/3705 control unit.

nnnnnn

bbcchh

.§y§!em Action: System operati on con tin ues.
~!:~lQI

4751 FATAL 10 ERROR TRYING TO READ DIRECTORY
~lElansiiQ~:

The VM/370 directory currently
in use by the system could not be read
because of an unrecoverable input/output
error.

.2Ist~m.

jction:

The

system

tries

to

continue.
.9P.erai2!:
Action:
Try
to rewrite
the
directory as soon as possible using the
Directory program (DHKDIR). If the failure
still exists after rewriting the directory,
the area may have to be reformatted usinq
the Format/Allocate program (DHKFMT).
The error recording area on SYSRES will
contain information on the unrecoverable
read errors.

72

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Action: For all types except DASD,
none. For DASD, if this message occurs
during IPL
ftom 3330, .ake
sure the
read/write switch on the drive is in the
write position. If the messaqe occurs after
IPL, no action can be taken.

501A type 'addr' INT REQ [CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID= 'userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh']
- - -

(BaSic System Extensions)

501A type 'addr' INT REQ [CHD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID=
'userid'
{BBCCHH=' bbcchh' I BLOC K=' nnnnnn'} ]

~x:p!anati2n:

An error
recovery routine
encountered
an
intervention-required
condition on the device specified.
-

The iitype ii in tne message indicates which
error recovery routine it was:
~E~

LINE
DASD
PRT, PUN, RDR
TAPE

Error Reg2.!.§il ]Q!!tine
line
disk
spooling
tape

- - -

- the unit address of the failing
device.
the sense bytss,
hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the Channel Command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW), in hexadecimal.
the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.
- the block number where the error
occurred.

sense

J,.U

cm

csw
bbcchh
nnnnnn
§Y2~~~

Action: System operation continues.

~eratQ£

Action:
For
a
line
error
condition, no-a-ction can be taken. For all
other devices, take appropriate action to
make the device ready.
If the printer or punch cannot be made
ready, to retrieve the active file on the
device do the following:
1.

Use the FLUSH command to flush
device.
(The FLUSH command will
issue a response.)

the
not

Use the

the

DRAIN

command

to drain

Actioj!: For

the console,

none;

for the reader,
printer, or punch,
take
appropriate action to
make the device
ready.
5021 type 'addr' BUSOUT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSi='csw' USERID= 'userid' [BBCCH='bbcchh']

The other variables in the message are:
addr

Qj2~!:gtiOil

device.
The system varies the device
offline and requeues the file on the
system printer or punch queue.
The
file has a system hold status if the
HOLD operand was used on the FLUSH
command.

(Basic System Extensions)

5021 type 'addr' BUSOUT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSi='csw'
USERID=
'userid'
[(BBCCH='bbcchh'!BLOCK='nnnnnn'} ]

Explanation:
An error
found an unrecoverable
error.

recovery routine
bus-out check I/O

The "type" in the messaae indicates which
error recovery routine it was.
Er~

fi!?~

DASD
CONS, GRAF
LINE
PH T , P UN , R DR
TAPE

Reg.Q.!ery
disk
terminal
line
spooling
tape

].Q~.!ine

The other variables in the messaqe are:
addr

-

sense

-

cm

-

csw

-

bbcchh

-

nnnnnn

-

the unit address of the failing
device.
the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the err or condi tion.
the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCil
being executed when the error
occurred.
the failing channel status word
(C Sil i in hexadecimaL
the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal,
where the
error occurred.
the block number where the error
occurred.

§:i.§.!:ea !gtion: System operati on con tin ues.

5011 {CONSIPRTIPUNIRDR} 'addr' INT BEQ [CMD='cm'
SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid']
~xpla~~tiQn:

The
routine
(CONS),
recovery routine
an unrecoverable
error.

terminal error recovery
or
the spooling error
(PRT, PUN, or RDR) found
intervention-required I/O

~ratQ~

Action: For CONS, DASD, GRAF,
LINE, and TAPE, none. For RDR,
purge the
file and try to read it again.
For printer
or punch,
take appropriate
action to
correct the problem.
If the printer or
punch is to be made ready, do the followinq
to retrieve the active file on the device:
1.

addr
cm

sense
csw

- the unit address of the failing
device.
the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the sense bytes,
in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

§~tel!!

Action:

System

operation

2.

Use the FLUSH command to flush the
device.
(The FLUSH command will not
issue a response.)
Use the DRAIN command to drain the
device. The system varies the device
offline and requeues the file on the
system ~rin-t~·~ punch queue.
~e
file has a system hold status if the
HOLD operand was used on the FLUSH
cOlllland.

If the problem persists, call
support personnel.

your system

continues.
Control Program (CP)

Messages

73

DMK
503A {RDRIPRTIPUN}
'addr'
EQUIP
CK CKD='cm'
SNS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid'

504A {RDRIPRT}
'addr'
DATA
CK
CftD='c.'
SRS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID= 'userid'

Explanation: The spooling error recovery
routine found an unrecoverable equipment
check I/O error.

Explanation: The spooling error recovery
routine found an unrecoverable data check
I/O error.

addr
sense
cm

csw
~yste~

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
beinq executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
Act!on: System operation continues.

Operato£ ActiQn: Take appropriate action to
correct
the problem.
If the
problem
persists,
call
your
system
support
personnel.

- the unit address of the failinq
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCil
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

addr
sense
cm

csw
~!em

Action: System operation continues.

Operator Action: Spool printer devices with
Universal Character Set must have the Block
Data Check set on.
Two procedures are available:
1.

To
continue
make the
not-ready and then ready.

2.

5031 type 'addr' EQUIP CK CKD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSi='csw'
USERID='userid'
[(BBCCHH='bbcchh'IBLOCK='nnnnnn'} ]

To reload the UCS Buffer using the
L01DBUF command, which sets the Block
Data Check automatically, flush the
printer (using the FLUSH command with
the HOLD operand), make the printer
not-ready, and then ready.
Vary the
printer online, and load the buffer.

Explanation: An error
recovery routine
found an unrecoverable eguipment check I/O
error. The "type" in the message indicates
which error recovery routine it was:

Rote: On the 3211, make the printer not
ready, press the cancel key, and make the
printer ready. A 3211 data check could be
caused by FCB.

5031 type 'addr' EQUIP CK CftD='cm' SRS='sense'
CSi='csw' USERID='userid' [BBCCHH='bbcchh]
- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

fip§1
CORS,GRAF
LINE
DASD
PRT,PUN,RDR
TAPE

ErrOl: Recov€n Routine
terminal
line
disk
spooling
tape

The other variables in the message are:
addr
sense
cm

csw
bbcchh
nnnnnn

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.
- the block numter where the error
occurred.

504D {DASDITIPE}
'addr'
DATA
CK
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID=
[BBCCHH='bbcchh']

addr

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condi tion.
- the co.mand code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel co.mand word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel sta tus wora
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
- the address (bin, cylin~er, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.

sense
cm

csw
bbcchh

Action: System operation continues.

!ct!Qn: System operation continues.
~l:g1or

74

IB~

CKD='cm'
'userid'

error
recovery
ExplS!!atiQ!!:
The disk
tape error recovery
routine (DASD)
or
routine (TAPE) found an unrecoverable data
check I/O error.

~Y§!em

~1~~

printer

VM/370 System Messages

Action: Reply "retry" or "cancel."

DKK
~nhT'

JV .......

type 'addr' DATA CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='CSW' USERID='userid' [BECCBB='bbcchh']

- - -

laddr' OVERRUN
505D {DASDI TAPE}
CK
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID=
[BBCCHH='bbcchh']

C!D= 'em'

'userid •

(Basic System Extensions) - - - - - (Basic System Extensions) -

5041 type 'addr' DATA CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='CSW'
USERID='userid'
r {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' ,BLOCK=' nnnnnn'} ]

An error
recovery routine
found an unrecoverable
data check I/O
error. The "type" ; n th~ message indicates
which error recovery routine it was:

505D {DASDITAPE} 'addr' OVERRUN
CK CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID=
'userid'
[ {BBCC HH=' bbcchh' I BLOCK=' nnnnnn'} ]

Expla~atiQn:

nEg

CONS,GRAF
LINE
DASD
PRT,PUN,RDR

Error Re,foveD ]Qutine
terminal
line
disk
spooling

error
recovery
jn.!anatism:
The disk
routine iDASDl or
tape error recoverv
r~utine (TAPE)
found an
unrecoverable
overrun check I/O error.
addr

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
the address (bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
err or occ urred •
- the block number where the error
occurred.

sense
cm

The other variables in the message are:
addr

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
~ the command code, in hexadecimal,
of t he channel command word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
- the address (bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.
- the block number where the error
occurred.

sense
cm

csw
bbcchh
nnnnnn
~ig~

csw
Dbccnh
nnnnnn
~!~

Action: System operation continues.

~~~tor

Action: Reply "retry" or "cancel".

5051 type 'addr' OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid' [BBCCHH='bbcchh']

A£iiQn: System operation continues.
- - - (Basic System Extensions) - - -

Qperator Action: None r or take appropriate
action to correct the problem. If the
problem perSists,
contact your
system
support personnel.
505A RDR 'addr' OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
The spooling error
routine found an
unrecoverable
check I/O error.

]xpla~atiQn:

addr

overrun

- the unit address of the failing
device.
the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

sense
cm

csw
~~~

recove~y

!ction: System operation continues.

5051 type 'addr' OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS=' sense ,
USERID='userid'
CSW='csw'
r {BBCC BB= , bbcchh' I BLOC K=' nnnnnn'} ]

The disk
error
recovery
jn.!anatiQ1!:
unrecoverable overrun
routine found an
check I/O error. The "type" in the message
indica tes which error recovery routine it
was.
1.I.P~

CONS
DASD
LINE

]9~!i~

The other variables in the message are:
addr
sense
cm

~tor

Action: Take appropriate action to
correct
the problem.
If the
problem
persists, contact
your system
support
personnel.

Error Recovery
terllinal
disk
line

csw

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status vord
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

Control Program (CP) Messages

75

D!K
bbcchh
nnnnnn

- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.
- the block nu.ter where the error
occurred.

~teA !cti~:

addr
sense
cm

System operation continues.

Operato!: !ction: Bone.

csw
bbcchh

5061 DASD 'addr' TRKCOND CK C!D='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
Expla~~tion:
The disk
error
recovery
routine
found an
unrecoverable
track
condition check I/O error.

addr
sense
cm

csw
bbcchh

~Y§.te.!!

- the unit address of the failinq
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.

Syst~

Explg,natj,Q!!:
The
disk error
recovery
routine
found an
unrecoverable
track
overrun check I/O error.
addr
sense
cm

csw
bbcchh
507D DASD 'addr' SEEK CK C!D='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
Expla~~tio~:

addr
sense
cm

csw
bbcchh

~te.!!

The disk
error
recovery
an unrecoveratle seek check

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.

Reply "retry" or "cancel".

5081 {DASDIPRTIPUNIRDR}
'addr'
PER!
ERROR
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid' [BBCCHH='btcchh'l
Ex~n~tiQn:
The disk
error
recovery
routine
(DASD)
or the
spooling error
recovery routine (PST, PUB, or RDR) found
an unrecoverable permanent error condition.

76

~tem

IBM VM/370 system Messages

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the co ••and code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel comma nd word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
- the address (bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal,
where the
error occurred.
Action: System operation continues.

5101 TAPE 'addr' CONVERT CK C!D='cm' SBS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
Jillg,natj,Q!!:
The tape
error
recovery
routine found an unrecoverable data convert
check I/O error.
addr
sense
cm

!ction: System operation continues.

.Q2~to!: !cti~:

Action: System operation continues.

5091 DASD 'addr' TRKOVERUN C!D='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'

!ction: System operation cont'inues.

routine found
I/O error.

- the unit address of the failinq
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
- the address (bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.

csw
~t~

-

the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condi tion.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel comma nd word (Cew)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status vord
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

Action: System operation continues.

DPIK
5111 TAPE 'addr' COMPAT CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW=iCSW i USERID=iuserid i
]xplan~iiQn:

The tape
error
recovery
routine
found
an
unrecoverable
compatibility check I/O error.

bbcchh
nnnnnn
~!em

addr
sense

em

csw
~yste~

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
Actign: System operation continues.

- the address (bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal,
where the
error occurred.
- the block number where the error
occurred.
Action: System operation continues.

~rator

514D DASD 'addr' ADDftRK CK CPlD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSi='csw' OSERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
~lanation:

addr

cm

addr
sense
cm

csw

The tape
error
recovery
an unrecoverable load point

csw
bbcchh

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.

0'1"'1- ..... '1"

recovery
missing

System Action: System operation continues.
Q~!:gtor

Action: Reply "retry" or "cancel".

5161 type 'addr' BAD SENSE CPlD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSi='csw' OSERID='userid' [BBCCHH='bbcchh']
- - -

~te~

disk

- the unit address of the failing
device.
the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condi tion.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
- the address (bin, cylinder, and
headj, in hexadecimal,
wher~ the
error occurred.

5121 TAPE 'addr' LOAD POINT CHD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSi='csw' USERID='userid'
routine found
I/O error.

The

routine found an
unrecoverable
address marker I/O error.

sense

]xplan~tion:

Action: None.

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

Action: System operation continues.
5161 type 'addr' BAD

SENSE CftD='cm' SNS='sense'

CSW='csw'

USERID='userid'

[ {BBCC HH= , bbcchh ' I BLOC K= , nnnnnn'} 1
513! {DASDITAPE}
'addr'
FILE
SNS='sense'
CSi='csw'
[BBCCHH='bbcchh' ]
- - -

PROT
Cl'lD= 'cm'
USERID='userid'

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

513! {DASDI TAPE}
'addr'
FILE PROT
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSi='csw'
USERID='userid'
r {BBCCHH='bbcchh'l BLOCK='nnnnnn'}]

Explan~iiQn:
The disk
error
recovery
routine
(for DASD)
or
the tape error
recovery routine
(for TAPE)
found an
unrecoverable file ~rotect I/O error.

~lanation:

An error
recovery routine
encountered an error on a sense operation.
The "type" in the message indicates which
error recovery routine it was:

1:iP~

DASD
LINE
TAPE

sense
cm

csw

- the unit address of the failing
device.
the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadeciaal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
beinq executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.

Recover~ ~Q~!ine

The other variables in the message are:
addr
sense

addr

Error
diSk
line
tape

cm

csw
bbcchh

- the unit address of the failing
device.
".
- the sense bytes, ""'1n
hexadecimal,
for the error condi tion.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when th~ error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
- the address (bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal,
where the
error occurred.
Control Program (CP)

Messages

77

DMK
nnnnnn

- the block number
occurred.

Syste~ Acti~:

where the error

5181 {DASDI TAPE}
'addr' RECV
SIS=' sense'
C SW= 'csw'
[BBCCHH='bbcchh']

ERROR CMD= 'ca '
USERID='userid'

System operation continues.
~lanatiQn:

51?E DASD 'addr' NOT/KNOiN CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSi='csw' USERID='userid' [BBCCBB='bbcchh']
- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

51?E DASD 'addr' NOT/KNOiN CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
[{BBCCHH='bbcchh'IBLOCK='nnnnnn'} ]

~xplanati~:

The disk
error
recovery
routine encountered
an error
that is
considered an impossible condition and must
be reported as such.
addr
sense
cm

csw
bbcchh
nnnnnn
~tem

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel co.mand word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.
- the block number where the error
occurred.
Action: System operation continues.

5171 {LINEITAPE}
'addr'
NOT/KNOWN
C!D='cm'
SIS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid'
Explana1ion:
The line
error
recovery
routine
(for LINE)
or
the tape error
recovery routine (for TAPE) encountered an
error that is considEred an impossible
condition and must be reported as such.
addr
sense
cm

csw

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadeciaal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.

While attempting recovery, the
disk error recovery routine (for DASD) or
the tape error recovery routine (for TAPE)
encountered an error not associated with
the original error. Error recovery cannot
be contin ued.
addr
sense
cm

csw
bbcchh

~1~

~lanati~:

The tape
error
recovery
routine found an unrecoverable phase encode
burst I/O error.

addr

- the unit address of the failing
device.
sense - the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
em
- the com.and code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed
when the
error
occurred.
csw
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.

~1~

Jxplanati~:

The spooling error recovery
routine
found an
unrecoverable
error
condition.

addr
sense

Action: System operation continues.

~1em

IB~

VM/3?O System Messages

Action: System operation continues.

520A {RDRIPRTIPUR}
'addr' PERM ERROR CMD='cl'
SRS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid'

csw

78

Action: System operation continues.

5191 TAPE 'addr' PE BURST C!D='cm' SRS='sense'
CSi='csw' USERID= 'userid'

cm
~Y2te~

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel comma nd word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadeciaal.
- the address (bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (Cei)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
Ac1ion: System operation continues.

DftK
Operato£ Action: Take appropriate action to
correct
the problem.
If the
problem
your system
support
persists, contact
personnel.

cm

- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

5201 type 'addr' CHAN ERROR C!D='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
[(BBCCH~=1bbcchh'IBLOCK='nnnnnn') ]

Explanatio~:
An error
recovery routine
encountered an unrecoverable channel I/O
error. The "type" in the message indicates
which error recovery routine it was:

LINE
DASD
PRT,PUN,RDR
TAPE

Error Re~ov~I~ Routine
line
disk
spooling
tape

5221 TAPE 'addr' ERASE CK C!D='cm j SNS=isense i
CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
1ll1anatiQ1l:
The tape
error
recover y
routine found an unrecoverable erase check
I/O error.
addr

cm

csw

sense
cm
csw
bbcchh
nnnnnn

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCW)
being executed.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred.
- the block numter where the error

~!~

The
routine found an
check on a tape.

addr
sense
cm

Explanation: An error
recovery routine
received a reported error from a device
that is not in the system configuration.
The "type" in the message indicates which
error recovery routine it was:
1I~

GRAF
PRT,PUN,RDR
TAPE

Error ReSQveI~ Routine
terminal
spooling
tape

The other variables in the message are:
addr
sense

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.

Action: System operation continues.

~lanation:

System operation continues.

5211 type 'addr' NO DEVICE C!D='Cft' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condi tion.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

5231 TAPE
'addr'
CONTROL
CK
CftD='cm'
SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

occurred~

~Y§1~~ !ctio~:

System operation continues.

Operator Action: None.

The other variables in the message are:
addr

(CeW)

being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

~!em-Action:

sense
1Y~

the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel cO!!!!and word

csw

5201 type 'addr' CHAN ERROR C!D='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid' [BBCCHH='bbcchh']

-

csw
~!em

tape
error
recovery
unrecoverable control

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the errorcondi tion.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCW)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.
Ac!ion: System operation continues.

5241 {RDRIPRTIPUN}
'addr' LOAD CHECK CftD='cm'
SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
~lanatiQn:

The spooling error recovery
routine received an error when loadinq the
UCS (universal character set) buffer or the
FCB loaded has an invalid channel code;
such as multiple channels on one print
-line.
addr
sense

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
Control Program (CP)

Messages

79

Dl'!K
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

cm

csw

~~te~ !ct~Qn:

5271 {lINEICONS}
'addr'
lOST DATA
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid'
~!gnation:

The line
error
recovery
routine (for LINE) or the terminal error
recovery routine
(for CONS)
found an
unrecoverable lost data I/O error.

System operation continues.
addr

~erato~

!ctiQn: Retry the operation.
sense

5251 {GRAFIRDRIPRTIPUN}
'addr'
CMD='CM'
SNS='sense'
USERID=' userid'

FORMAT
CK
CSi='csw'

~xplang1~Qn:

The terminal error recovery
routine (for GRAF) or the spooling error
r~covpry
rOQtine (for PDB 1
PRT, or PUN)
encountered a format error on a write RCE
(Read Column Eliminate) command.
- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hex~decimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel com.and word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failinq channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

addr
sense
cm

csw

cm

csw
~I§1em

Act~on:

~!gnatiQn:

The line
error
recovery
routine (for LINE) or the terminal error
recovery routine (for CONS) determined that
problems causing a timeout condition exist
on communication lines.

System operation continues.
sense

Qperato~

Act~on:

Retry the operation.
cm

- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

5261 TAPE 'addr' DSE FAIlEt CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSi='csw' USERID='userid'

Ac1ion: System operation continues.

5281 {lINEICONS}
'addr'
TIMEOUT
CMD='cm'
SHS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

addr
~~te~

- the unit address of the failinq
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

csw

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel co.ma nd word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

~xplang1ion:

A
data
security
erase
operation
has
failed
to
complete
successfully. causing a timeout condition
exist on communication lines.
addr

- the unit
device.

address of

~~em Ac~ion:
~rator

System operation continues.

Action: Hone.

the failing

sense

- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.

cm

- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.

csw

- the failing channel status
(CSi) in hexadecimal.

5291 {GRAFIRDRIPRTIPUH}
'addr'
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
USERID='userid'

PARITY
CK
CSW='csw'

~!gnatiQn:

word

The terminal error recovery
routine (for GRAF) or the spoolinq error
recovery routine (for RDR, PRT, or PUN)
found an unrecoverable parity check I/O
error.
addr
cm

~te~ !£i~Qn:

~~iQ~

System operation continues.

Action:

Activate the reset and
on the failing device
and restart the job.
load-rewind~uttons

sense
csw

- the unit address of the failing
device.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the failing channel status word
(CSW) in hexadecimal.

~.t~1!!

continues.

80

IBM VM/370 system Messages

Action:

System

operation

DKK
csw

None.
- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

- the failing channel status
(CSii; in hexadecimal.

~1em

word

Action: System operation continues.

5301 DASD 'addr' CHECK DATA CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BICCK='nnnnnn'
Ex~~atio~:
The FB-512
error recovery
routine encountered an unrecoverable check
data error.

5321 GRAF 'addr' OP CHECK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USER1D='userid'
];;llla~atiQ1l:

addr
~onco

cm

csw
nnnnnn

- the unit address of the failing
device.
the ~oneo bytes, ,n hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
- the block number where the error
occurred.

The terminal error recovery
routine found an unrecoverable error. The
control unit has received a valid command
or order that it cannot execute.

addr

- the unit address of the failing
device.
the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.

sense
em

csw
~tem

Act!Qn: System operation continues.
~te~

5301 GRAF 'addr' UNIT SPEC CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
~xplana~~Qn:

The terminal
routine
found
an
device-detected error.

addr
sense
cm

csw
~yste~

error recovery
unrecoverable

- the unit address of the failinq
device.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
for the error condition.
- the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCil
being executed when the error
occurred.
- the failing channel status word
(CSi) in hexadecimal.
!ct!on: System operation continues.

-

Action: System operation continues.

(Basic System Extensions)

5361 cuu REPORTS DISABLED
= ecce; NOTIFY CE

INTERFACE; FAULT CODE

J~lanatiQ~:

Unit check has occurred on an
FB-512 or count-key-data I/O reguest to a
Director Module indicatinq that a permanent
error
has occurred
on the
companion
Director Module. The sense data indicates
Alternate Interface Disabled.
(Sense byte
1, bit 3.)
The
substitutions in the

message are as follows:
cuu device
reported.

address on which the

error was

cccc fault symptoms code obtained from the
sense data that will be used by your
loca te
the
service
representative to
failing component.
~tem

5311 GRAF
'addr'
CNTRL
CHECK
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
ExElgnatiQn: The terminal error recovery
routine found an unrecoverable error. The
addressed device
failed to
perform a
specified operation or
respond to the
control unit within a specified period of
time.
addr
sens-e
cm

- the unit address of the failing
device.
t-he sens-e byt€S, in hexa~ecimal,
for the error condition.
the command code, in hexadecimal,
of the channel command word (CCi)
being executed when the error
occurred.

Action: The system loqs the error
and retries the I/O request.
Thi s retry
should succeed since it is another control
unit that failed.
Use£

!cti~:

Notify your service personnel.

550E ERROR RECORDING
CPEREP

AREA 90 PERCENT

FULL; RUN

~cording
area
The
err~
specified in the message is 90% full. This
message is a warning to prevent loss of
error records.

~laBatiQl!~

~~~

Ac1ion: System operation continues.

Control Program (CP)

KessalJEs

81

DMK
Operato£ Action: Run the CPEREP program to
print the records on the affected area, and
then clear the area.
Save the printed
output for your system support personnel.

559W SRF cuu NOT ACCESSIBLE; FRAMES NOT ON ERROR
CYLINDERS
~!anati.Q.!!:

One
of
the
following
conditions has occurred on a 3031, 3032, or
3033 processor:

551E ERROR RECORDING AREA FUlL; RUN CPEREP
~xpla~1iQB

1.
2.

Syste~

3.

The error
recording
area
specified in the message is full. Further
errors of that type cannot ce recorded.
Action: System operation continues,
but no I/O errors, or machine check and
channel check errors, are recorded.

Syst~
Action: Processinq continues.
System -vI~ run, EREP
data
is
collected. Reports are unforaatted.

gperator Action: Run the CPEREP program to
print the error records that are on the
error recordi:;,g area that is full, and then
clear the area. Save the printed output
for your system support personnel.
1.

5521 FORMATTING ERROR RECORDING AREA
~xplanation:

The recording area specified
in the message is not in the proper format.
The area is rewritten in the correct CP
format at this time.
This should only
occur at the first IPL of a new system with
a new error recording
area.
If this
message appears at other times,
it is
probably due to a hardware error.
~te~ !ctio~:

2.

System operation continues.

~erato£

ActiQB: If you did not expect this
formatting to take place, ensure that the
allocation of the system volume does not
overlap cylinders or disk space and then
call your system support personnel.

5531 ERROR RECORDING AREA CLEARED; USER 'userid'
Explanation:
DMKIOG has been invoked by
user 'userid' to clear the error recording
area specified in
the messaqe.
Error
recording in that area is reenabled.
Syste~

Ac1ion:

SRF is not included in DMKRIO.
The
service
support
console
is
configured for
diagnostics, remote
hook-up,
or program
frame.
The
console is not in SFF mode.
The system is running in degraded
mode.
(only one console station is
operational. )

3.

560W

User Action:
Reassemble DftKRIO with
the proper
address for the
7443 devices and
include "SRF=" on the FIOGEN macro,
refer to the
VM/370 ~!an~ing ~nd
System Generation Guide.
Wait until the service support console
is
available.
Enable
the
I/O
interface.
Select SRF mode from the
Cl frame by activating the SRF (A2).
(On the 3032, the SRF appears disabled
until it is accessed.)
VlRY ON the
SRF.
Attach the SRF. Rerun CPEREP
CLEARF. Refer to the 3033 Processor
Complex
Operati~
---i~QCedure~;
GC38-003l.
Rerun
CPEREP
when
both
console
stations are
operational, qenerate
reportE then run CPEREP CLEARF to
clear and obtain the frame records.

ERRORS ON
CYLINDERS
- - -

SRF

cuu:

FRAME NOT

OR

ERROR

(Basic System Extensions)

560W ERRORS ON SRF cuu: FRAME NOT IN ERROR AREA

System operation continues.
~lanation:

5581 UNRECOVERABLE
DISABLED

I/O ERROR;

ERRCR

RECORDING

Expla~atiQ~:
Unrecoverable
input/output
errors were encountered while trying to
read or write in the error recording area
at
system initialization
time.
Error
recording has been
disabled.
Probable
hardware error.

A permanent I/O error was
encountered during an I/O operation with
SRF cuu. The SRF cuu frames are not placed
on the error recording cylinders or in the
error recording area.

~!~

Action: Processing continues.

~~~~!or

Action: After the cause of the
error has been corrected, run CPEREP with
the CLEARF parameter specified to clear the
area.
This will cause the frames to be
placed in the error recording area.

~te~

Action: System operation continues
but error recordinq is not being done.

~erato£

Action:
SYEtem operation without
error
recording
is
not
recommended.
Whenever possible, try
to restart the
system, with the system disk on another
drive. If the problem persists, call your
system support personnel.

82

IBM VM/370 System Messages

561W MORE THAN 50 MCH
FROM SRF cuu

OR CCH FRAMES

WEEE READ

The maximum number
of one type has been exceeded.

of frames

~xp!~~atiQB:

DKK

•
•

There is
an error in
the Service
Processor
when
responding
to
I/O
requests to the SRF, or
The last engineering change has provided
a set of frames larger than the maximum
number expected.

603W CHANNEL ERROR; RUN SEREP, RESTART SYSTEK
~lanatiQ1!:

A channel check condi tion
occurred from which
the channel check
handler could not recover •

~!:!tl!!

Action:
The system enters a
state (wait state code = 002).

wait

~te~

Action: The first 50 frames read
will be accepted as valid and will be
written to the error recording area.

Operato£ Actism: Processing of KCH or CCH
recor ds .by 50 frames may result in an
incomplete OL erroneous edit of logout
Call your
system support
information.
personnel.

~~s1Q!

Action:
Probable hardware error.
Run the SEREP program to document the error
condition before restarting the system. If
the problem persists, call your system
support personnel.
To restart, clear storage and IPL
VK/370 system, specifying CKPT start.

6051 CHANNEL CHECK RECORDING FAILURE

5751 I/O ERROR ADD=raddr, USERID=userid
Expla~1!2n:
The V!/370 error recording
interface has determined that a permanent
or temporary I/O error has occurred on a
virtual machine. This message also appears
when VK/370 error routines are invoked for
recording counter
and tuffer
overflow
statistics
for
various
devices.
for
recording demounts,
and for
recording
general statistical data.

J~lanatiQ1!:

!ction: System operation continues.

~to£

Action: Run CPEREP to document the
error. If the problem persists, call your
system support personnel.
CHECK

6011 CHANNEL CONTROL
'userid'

tEV

xxx;

This message appears:

•

When an unrecoverable
I/O error is
encountered while recordinq on the error
recording cylinder, or

•

When
the
channel
cylinder is full.

~teDl
~~tem

the

check
Systell

Action:

recording
operation

continues.
~~ator

Action: Run the CPEREP program to
write out the error records and clear the
channel recording cylinder. If the error
recurs,
contact
your
system
support
personnel.

USER
610W MACHINE CHECK; SUPERVISOR DAMAGE cpuid

Explanat!gn:
A
channel control
check
occurred on the channel specified by device
xxx, where:

~lanation:

The machine

encountered an

check handler has

unrecoverable error

.ithin

This message is also issued if a
malfunction alert occurs on the attached
processor and CP was in control.

CP.

xxx
systg~

- Channel, control unit, and device
address of the failing unit.
Actign:

System operation continues.

~te~

Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code = 001 or 013).

~~to£

Action: protatle hardware error.
If the problem persists, call your system
support personnel.

6021 INTERFACE
'user id'

CONTROL

l!xplanati2n:
occurred on
xxx,. where:
xxx
~te~

CHECK

DEV

xxx;

USER

An interface control check
channel specified in device

- Channel, control unit, and device
address of the failing unit.
!ction:

~~tor

System operation continues.

!ctign: Probable hardware error.
If the problem persists,. call your system
support personnel.

Q~rator

Action:
Probable hardware error.
Run the SEREP program to document the
error. Restart the system. If the problem
recurs,
contact
your
system
support
personnel.

611W MACHINE CHECK; SYSTEM INTEGRITY LOST cpuid
~lanation: The machine
check handler has
encountered
an error
that cannot
be
diagnosed because of an invalid machine
check old PSi or invalid machine check
interrupt code (MCIC). The integrity of the
system at this point is not reliable.

~!:em

Action: The
state,. code 001.

system

Control Program (CP)

enters a

Messages

wait

83

DMK
~peraiQ£

ActiQn: Probable hardware error.
Run the SEREP program and save the output
for your system support personnel. Restart
the system.

612W MACHINE CHECK TIMING FACILITIES DAMAGE; RUN
SEREP cpuid

6161 MACHINE CHECK; USER userid TERMINATED cpuid
~!!il!ation:

The
user identified
by
userid has encountered a machine check
error and the user's virtual machine has
been reset. Probable hardware error.

~.!:g.!!!

System

Action:

opera tion

continues.
Explanatio~:

timing
error.

An error has occurred in the
facilities.
Probable
hardware

System Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code = 001).
OperaiQ£ 1£tion:
Run the SEREP program to
document the error.
Restart the system. If
the problem recurs, contact your system
support personnel.

Q~~atQ!:

Action:
Run the CPEREP program
to document the error.
If the problem
recurs,
contact
your
system
support
personnel.

6171 MACHINE CHECK; BUFFER OR DLAT DAMAGE cpuid
~!!il!atiQn:

The Machine Check Handler has
encountered a
buffer storage
or DLAT
partially disabled.

6131 SOFT MACFINE CHECK RECORDING DISABLED cpuid
Expla~giiQ~:

The error reporting interrupt
mechanism for soft machine checks has been
disabled.
Syste~

System

Action:

operation

continues.

System

Systtl
Action:
continues.

operation

~~gtor

Action:
Run the CPEREP program
to document the error.
If the problem
recurs,
contact
your
system
support
personnel.

None.
6141

MACHINE CHECK; DAMAGED
cpuid

PAGE NOW DELETED

6181 {INSTRUCTION RETRYIMAIN STORAGE}
{RECORDIQUIET} MODE cpuid
~lanatiQn:

Explgnati~:

The machine check handler
has deleted a page of storage as a result
of storage data failures. Probable hardware
error.

placed the
specified.
~~g.m

NOW

IP

The SET
MODE command has
processor in the mode that is
System

Action:

operation

continues.
Syste~

Action:

System

operation

continues.

None.

Opera!.Q!: Action:
The
system operator
should note that the system is operating
with 4K bytes less storage each time this
message appears.
If the problem recurs, run the CPEREP
program to document the error, then contact
your system support personnel.
6151 MACHINE CHECK RECORDING FAILURE cpuid
~~Plgngiion:

6191 MACHINE CHECK; OPERATION TERMINATED cpuid
~!!il!atiQn:

The user has encountere~ a
machine check error and the user's virtual
machine had been reset or terminated. If
the virtual machine was reset, the user
must reinitialize the system to commence
operation.
If the virtual machine was
termina ted, he
must log on
again to
commence operation.

~.!:~.!!!

This message appears:

Action:

System

operation

continues.

•

If
an unrecoverable
I/O error
is
encountered while recording on the error
recording cylinder, or

•

When
the
machine
cylinder is full.

~te~

continues.

!£!iQn:

check
System

recording
operation

~rator

Action:
to document the
recurs,
contact
personnel •

RUn the CPEREP program
error. If the problem
your
system
support

6201 MACHINE CHECK; ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT BEING
USED
~!~ation:

~g£gtQ£

1£tion:
Run the CPEREP program
to print the error records and clear the
MCH recording cylinder.
If the problem
recurs,
contact
your
system
support
personnel.

84

IBM VM/370 System Messages

The attached processor is no
longer being used by the system because:
•

A malfunction alert was
the attached processor,

receive~

from

DHK
•

The machine check handler received an
unrecoverable error on
the attached
processor while in problem state,

•

An instruction processing
error was
detected for the attached processor.

~te~

Action:
uniprocessor mode.

System

operates

in

~erato£

Action: Run the CPEREP program to
document the error and save the output for
your system support personnel.

~1em

Action: System operation continues;

700E INPUT UNIT IS NOT A CPVOL
~1anati~

The
CPVOL
operand
was
specified for a DUMP or COPY statement, but
the last INPUT control statement did not
describe a device that had been initialized
with the VM/370 Format/Allocate proqram.

~.:!:el!

6211 MACHINE CHECK; AFFINITY SET OFF
Explanatio~: The
attached processor is no
longer being used by the system because of
a malfunction alert, or an unrecoverable
machine check.
Affinity for the attached
processor is no longer valid.
Syste~
ActiQ~:
System
operates
in
uniprocessor mode.
The user is put in
console function mode (if user was not
disconnected) with affinity turned off.

User Action:

Resume processing.
without attached
affinity, if possible.

~operate

continue
processor

Action: If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the program is terminated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax. Otherwise, the correct statement is
solicited from the console.

Us~~
Acti~
Describe the proper DASD
device with the INPUT control statement.
If the proper input device is defined. use
the ALL operand or the explicit cylinder
operand for the DUMP or COpy function.

701E INVALID OPERAND - operand
~1~ation:

The

spec ified

operand

is

invalid.
~tem

Explana1io~:
During
a
machine
check
interruption, a
group of
channels is
unavailable.
The channels will not be
available until the system is reset.

Action: If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the card image is printed
above the message, and the program is
terminated after scanning the re.a~n~ng
statements for
syntax. Otherwise,
the
correct statement is solicited from the
console.

~i~~

User

622W MACHINE CHECK; MULTIPLE CHANNEL ERRORS

~ctio~:
VM/370 is terminated by
loading a disabled wait PSi. The wait code
in the PSi is X'00000001'.

~~to£

ActiQ'!!: IPL SEREP
VM/370 via IPL.

and then reload

Action:

Correct

resubm~the job.

the

operand

and

702E CONTROL STATEMENT SEQUENCE ERROR
ExplA.!!ation:· The control
in the proper sequence.

statement is not

6231 CHANNEL SET CONNECTED TO PROCESSOR nn
Expla.!!ation: A processor failure occurred
on
the main
processor and
automatic
processor recovery succeeded in connecting
the channel set to the attached processor;
or the operator issued a VARY OFFLINE CPU
command for the I/O processor and the
offline process succeeded in connecting the
channel set to the attached processor.
~yste~

Action: Processing continues on the
attached processor in uniprocessor mode.

QQeratiQ'!!
occurred,
personnel
resolved,

Action: When a processor failure
--Call
your
system
support
for support. When the problem is
issue the VABY ONLINE command.

Syst~ Action:
If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the card image is displayed
above the error message. The program is
terminated after scanning the remaining
statements for syntax.
Otherwise, the
correct statement is solicited from the
console. Note that all DUMP, RESTORE, or
COpy statements must be delimited by an
INPUT or an OUTPUT control statement. When
multiple, explicit cylinder extents are
defined, the
DUMP, COPY,
and RESTORE
statements must not be intermixed.

user !ctiQB: Place the control statements
the proper sequence, or correct the
error, and resubmit the job.
~n

703E OPERAND HISSING
6241 MACHINE CHECK; EXTERNAL DAMAGE cpuid
~lanation:

~~P!g~ation:

A machine
check
external damage has occurred.

causing

The above control state.ent
contains insufficient information.

Control Program (CP)

Messages

85

DMK
Syste~ A£tiQnI
If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the card image is displayed
before
the
message. The
program
is
terminated after scanning the remaining
statements for
syntax. Otherwise,
the
correct statement is solicited from the
console.

User Action:

Provide the

a~resubmIt the job.

Use~ !ctiQn:
Determine whether or not the
error was valid. If it was not valid,
resubmit the
job. If the error persists,
call your system support personnel.

7051 I/O
ERROR
LINE=addr

RESID=resid

STATUS=status

missing operand
~lanation:

For DMKRGA, an unrecoverable
I/O error has been detected on the remote
display station or the remote printer.

704E DEV cuu NOT OPERATIONAL
resid
1xplanatioB: cuu is the device address of
the unit that is not operational.
AciiQB: If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the program is terminated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax. Otherwise, the next statement is
solicited from the console.

status

~ste~

addr

- three bytes, in hexadecimal, of
the real resource identifier.
- two bytes, in hexadecimal, of
status and sense data describing
the error.
- the unit address of the line to
which the
remote station
is
attached.

§l§~~

User Action:
Either attach the proper
device--to--your system or redefine the
device in error. In
either case, the
function
control
statement
must
be
reentered.
70SE 10 ERROR cuu CSW csw SENSE sense
bbcchh OuTPUT bbcchh CCW ccw
- - -

INPUT

706E LINE addr NOT ENABLED
Explanation: The cOlllmand
could not be
executed because the line address specified
was not enabled.

(Basic system Extensions)

70SE 10 ERROR cuu CSW csw SENSE sense
bbcchh OUTPUT {bbcchhlnnnnnn}CCW ccw

Action: System operation continues.
The system operator is notified. The user
receives "NOT ACCEPTED" at the display
terlllinal.

INPUT
User Action: Enable the
reissue-the cOlllmand.

line address

and

1~laBatioB:

An unrecoverable I/O error
has been detected on the input or the
output device, where:
ccu
sense
csw
bbcchh

nnnnnn
ccw

- the unit address of the device in
error.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
describing the error.
- channel status word
from the
error.
- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, where the
error occurred on the input or
output cylinder.
- the block number
where error
occurred.
- the channel command word from the
error.

707A DIAL FUNCTION NOT AVAILABLE
lnlA!!atiQn: The DIAL command cannot
issued from this station or terminal.
~~~~

!!~~

be

Action: System operation continues.

!cti.Q]l: None.

707E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR
CE
~lanatiQB:

A hardware error has occurred
while running in standalone mode.

~~em

~te~

A£tion: The jot step is terminated.
If the output device is tape, an attempt is
made to write a trailer label closing the
output device. A cylinder map is printed
describing all valid data that was dumped,
restored, or copied to the point of error.
Noi~: This
may be a valid condition if a
virtual user attempts to dump, restore, or
copy past the cylinder extents of the
minidisk with which he is working.

86

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Action: The program loads a disabled
wait state PSW after attempting to print
the message.

User Action:
Run the standalone SERFP
program-provided by the customer engineer
to document the hardware error for fUrther
analysis of the problem.
Attempt to rerun
the job. If the error persists, call your
system support personnel.
In either case,
all output should be saved to show to the
service representative.

708E INVALID INPUT OR OUTPUT DEFINITION

volid2

Explanation:
The INPUT
and/or
OUTPUT
statement is not defined or is defined as
the wrong device type.
For example, the
DUMP statement must have the input unit
defined as a DASD device and the output
unit defined as a tape device.
Syste~ Action:
If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the program is terminated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax. Otherwise, the correct statement is
solicite'd from the console.

User Action: Redefine the input or output
definition; or use the proper function
control statement.
709E WRONG INPUT TAPE MOUNTED
jxplan~1iQ~:

The tape is invalid
of the following reasons:
•

There is no volume
tape.

for one

~te~

- The volume ser;~l number from the
VOL1 label on the DASD device
specified
by
the
control
statement.
Action: waits for response.

If
you respond
continues.

"yes",

the

operation

If you respond "no", and the input is from
cards or a CMS
file, the program is
terminated after scanning the rema1n1ng
statements for syntax. Otherwise. the next
statement is solicited from the console.
If
you respond
"reread",
specified is read again.

the

Note:
A new volume may have
in the interim.

been mounted

User

Action:

"rerea~

Respond

"yes",

volume

"no",

or

header record on the
712E NUMBER OF EXTENTS EXCEEDS 20

•

The
volume header
record
cylinder
identifier is higher than the cylinder
being searched for.
If the tape was
produced from FB-512 data, the volume
header bloc kid is higher than the block
being searched for.

•

The volume header record time stamp is
different 'from the
preceding volume
trailer label time stamp.

Explanation:
The DUMP or COpy control
statement has explicitly defined B10re than
20 extents, or if CPVOL was specified, the
input unit has more
than 20 physical
extents defined.
Syst~Action:
If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the program is termi~ated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax.
Otherwise, the
next
control
statement is solicited from the console.

~yste~

Action:
The system rewinds and
unloads the~ape; then it attempts to read
the next tape's volume header record.
If
the ,wrona input tape is mounted. the svstem
rewinds and unloads the tape, regardless of
whether the REWIND, UNLOAD, or LEAVE option
was
specified
in the
INPUT
control
statement of the DASD Dump Restore program.
Q~

Use~ ActiQD:
Use the DUKP ALL or COpy ALL
statement, or perform the job specifying no
more than 20 extents. and repeat DUKP or
COpy if necessary to complete the task.

713E OVERLAPPING OR INVALID EXTENTS
~lanati2!!:

!ctiQn: Mount the proper tape.

The DUKP, RESTORE, or COP Y
statement contains invalid or overlapping
explicit cylinder or block extents.

710A DEV cuu INTERVENTION REQUIRED
~!~

the

Action: If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the program is terminated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax. Otherwise, the correct statement
is solicited from the console.

specified

device

User Action: Enter the proper cylinder or
block extent information.

711R VOLID READ IS volid2 [NOT volid1]
WISH TO CONTINUE?
RESPOND
YES
REREAD:

DO YOU
NO OR

Expla~1i~:

cuu is the unit address of the
device that has become not-ready.
~ystem

Action: The program waits for
specified device to become ready.

User Action:
ready.

Make

the

714E RECORD bbcchh NOT FOUND ON TAPE
- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

714E RECORD (bbcchhlnnnnnn} NOT FOUND ON TAPE
Exillnati~

volid1

:
- The volume serial number from the
input
or
output
control
statement;
volid1 1S displayed
only if it was entered.

ExplanatiQ!!: The given record vas not foun d
on the tape.

Control Program (CP)

Messages

87

DMK
bbcchh
nnnnnn

- the address
(bin, cylinder, and
head), in hexadecimal, of the
missinq track header record.
- the decimal tlock number of the
missinq block.

~te~

Acti2n: The jot step is terminated.
All data restored or copied to that point
is valid. If the input is from cards or a
CMS file, the program is terminated after
scanninq the
remaining statements
for
syntax.
Otherwise, the
next
control
statement is solicited from the console.

Q~

A£ii2n:
Use the COpy ALL or RESTORE
ALL statement, or use the correct explicit
cylinder operand.

The volume serial number is displayed only
if specified in the INPUT or OUTPUT control
statement.
(For
Basic
System
Extensions
FB-512
devices, block 1 on the device could not be
read.)
~!em

Action:
response.

The

system

If you respond "yes",
with the job steps.

waits

for

a

the system continues

If you respond "no" and the input is from
cards or a CMS
file, the program is
terminated after scanning the remainina
~tate~e~ts fc~ syntax.
Otherwise, ~he next
statement is solicited from the console.

715E LOCATION bbcchh IS A FLAGGED TRACK
~lanati2n:

The DASD device

has a flagged

If you
respond "reread",
the program
attempts to reread the specified device.

track.
bbcchh

- the address
(bin, cylinder,
head), in hexadecimal, of
flagged track.

and
the

~Y§.te1!

Act ion: RC = 3.
For the IB" 2314, 2319, and 2305, the job
step continues; for the IE! 3330 and 3350,
the job is terminated.
All data dumped or
copied to that point is valid.
The input
and output devices are
closed, and a
cylinder map of the data dumped or copied
is printed.
For the IBM 2305, 2314, 2319, and 3340,
flagged tracks are treated as any other
track; that is, no 'attellpt is lIade to
substitute the alternate track data when a
defective primary track is read; tracks are
not inspected to determine if they were
previously flagged when written. It is
therefore recommended that volumes dumped
containing flagged tracks be restored to
the same volume.
DKKDDR715E is displayed
each time a defective track is dumped,
copied, or restored, and the operation
continues.
For the IBM 3330 and 3350, flagged tracks
are autollatically handled by the control
unit and should never be detected by the
program. However, if a flagged track is
detected DMKDDR715E is displayed and the
job step is terminated.
User
Action: Use
the
DU!P or
COpy
statellents--With
the explicit
cylinder
operand to dump or copy around the flagged
track.

User Action:
indicated:-

Respond

to

the

message

as

717R DATA DUMPED FROM volid1 TO BE RESTORED TO
volid2.
DO yOU WISH TO CONTINUE? RESPOND
YES NO OR REREAD:

volid1
volid2

-

The volume serial number of the
input tape.
The volume serial number of the
output DASD device that is to
receive the data from voli~1.

~!~

Action:
response.

The

systea

If you respond "yes",
continues.

waits

for

a

the restore function

If you respond "no" and the input is from
cards or a CMS
file, the program is
terminated after scanning the remaining
statement for
syntax.
Otherwise,
the
correct statement is solicited from the
console.
If you respond "reread", the input tape is
backspaced to the start of the file, and
the volume header label is reread.
User Action: If the wrong input tape is
mounted, replace the
tape and respond
REREAD.
Otherwise,
respond
in
the
appropriate manner.
718E OUTPUT UNIT IS FILE PROTECTED

716R NO VOL1 LABEL FOUND FOR volid DO YOU WISH
TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES NO OR REREAD:
Explangii2n:
For
count·key-data,
the
program was unable to find a record with
the key of VOL1 on cylinder 0 track 0 and
was not able to read record 3 on cylinder 0
track 0 for the specified volume serial
nUllber (volid).

88

IBM VH/3 7 0 system !essages

~!anatiQ1!:

written on.

The

output tape

cannot

be

DKK
Action: BC = 1
The program terminates. The tape device is
rewound and unloaded; the system waits for
the device to become ready. When the unit
is ready, the system writes a volume header
record on the tape, and the operation
continues.

~ysteJ!!

User Action: Replace the file security ring
in the tape reel, or mount the proper tape.

nnnnnn

-

the FB-512 block number of the
bloek described by the PRINT or
TYPE fUnction.

~.:!:em

Action:
PRINT or TYPE
continues with
unaffected.
User

Action:

The system terminates the
function in process and
the remaining job steps
For

count-key-data, if the
is not known,
print or type on a cylinder or track basis.

explic~-record identifier

719E INVALID FILE NAME OR FILE NeT FOUND
For FB-512, correct the number and retry.

This message can appear only
if DMKDDR is running under CMS. A filetype
was not entered from the CMS command line,
or the filename and filetype entered could
not be found on the CMS files currently
logged in.
ExplanatiQ~;

Q~er

ActiQn:
Either omit all operands on
the eMS command line, defaulting to console
input, or
enter the
proper filename,
filetype, and/or filemode for the CMS file
containing the input control statements.

722E OUTPUT UNIT NOT PROPERLY
CP NUCLEUS

Explgnation: The CP
nucleus cannot be
restored or copied for one of the following
reasons:
•

The output volume was not formatted
using the Format/Allocate program.

•

The volid of the original nucleus volume
is different from the volid of the new
nucleus volume.

•

The cylinders or pages on which the
nucleus will reside are not allocated as
permanent space in the allocation record
on the input device.

720E ERROR IN routine
~xplanatiQn:

routine is the name of the
CMS routine in error from the first eight
characters of the CMS parameter list. The
CMS return code generated ty the error is
returned in the following manner:

FORMATTED FOR THE

~.:!:~

Action: If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the program is terminated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax.
Otherwise,
the
next
control
statement is solicited from the console.

PRINTR--the CMS return code plus 100
WAITRD--the CMS return code plus 200
RDBUF--the

C~S

return code plus 300
the
Format/Allocate
Action:
Use
program to prepare the output disk as
indicated above, and resubmit the jobQ
Us~.!:

TYPE or

TYPLIN--the GMS
400

return code

plus

~teJ!!

A£tion: If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the program terminates after
scanning the
remaining statements
for
syntax.
Otherwise,
the
program
is
immediate ly terminated.
User
Action:
Correct the
error
as
indicatea-bY-the return code, and resubmit
the job.

723E NO VALID CP NUCLEUS ON THE INPUT UNIT
~!anation:

If the input unit is tape,
then the tape does not contain a DDR
nucleus dump.
If the input unit is disk,
then a CP nucleus was never loaded onto
that disk.

~tem

721E RECORD cchhr
- - -

NOT FOUND

(Basic System Extens ions)

721E RECORD {cchhrlnnnnnn} NOT FOUND

Ex£lg~gtiQn: The record
was not found.

cchhr

indicated by cchhr

the address (cylinder, head, and
record) of the record explicitly
described by the PRINT or TYPE
function.

Action: If the input is from cards
or a CMS file, the program is terminated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax. Otherwise, the correct statement
is s olici ted froll the console.

User Action:
Mount the
and-resubait the job.

proper input

unit

724E INPUT TAPE CONTAINS A CP NUCLEUS DUMP
Explanation:
The user isatt.e.ptinq to
restore a tape dump using the NUCLEUS
parameter by specifying ALL or explicit
extent parameters.
~.:!:em

or a

Action: If the input is from cards
CMS file, the program is terminated
Control Prograa (CP) Messages

89

DMK
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax.
Otherwise, the
next
control
statement is solicited from the console.
User

Action:

Use

the

RESTORE

stateme~or mount the proper tape.

User

Action:

To

restore the
perform
initialization using IBCDASDI.

U;able---~ndition,

disk
a

to a
disk

NUCLEUS
730E DEV cuu NOT OPERATIONAL OR NOT READY
The device at address cuu is
not operational (SIO gave cc=3) or not
ready (intervention required indicated in
sense data).

j~~atiQn:

725R ORIGINAL INPUT DEVICE WAS (IS) LARGER THAN
OUTPUT DEVICE.
DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE?
RESPOND YES OR NO:
~xplanation:
RESTOR~ FUNCTION--The

number of cylinders
or blocks on the original DASD input unit
is compared with the number on the output
device.

Action: If the input is from cards,
the card in error is printed and the job
step is terminated. If the input is from
the console, the proper device address is
requested from the user.

COpy FUNCT!ON--!he input
more cylinders or blocks
device.

user Action: Ready the device, attach the
proper device to the system, or specify the
proper device in the control statement.

~!em

dev ice contai.ns
than the outout

Operato£ Action: Determine if the
restore function is to continue;
either "yes" or "no".

copy or
respond

726E MOVING
DATA
INTO
ALTERNATE
CYLINDER (5) IS PROHIBITED

TRACK

732E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR
CE
ExplanatiQA: A machine check hardware error
has occurred.
Action: The program loads a disabled
wait state PSW after attemptinq to print
the message.

~!~

Expla~tio~:

An extent
statement
was
encountered
that attEmpted
either
to
RESTORE or to COpy a cylinder of data into
the alternate track cylinder.
This is not
permitted. The alternate track cylinders
of disks (except 2314 and 2319) are to be
used only for alternate tracks and not as a
primary data area.
The program attempts to read
another control statement,
or to read
another extent statement.

User Action: Run
the standalone SEREP
program to--document the hardware error so
that further analysis can be done. Then
attempt to rerun the job. If the error
persists, save all output and notify your
system support personnel.

~Y§te~ !ction~

User Action:
If the
extent statement
contains-i-typographical error, correct it.
Otherwise, find some other cylinder(s) to
RESTORE or COpy the data to.
The REORDER
operand of the extent statement can be used
to move an entire minidisk to different
cylinders.
727E FLAGGED TRK xxxxxxxxxxxx HAS
ALTERNATE; SKIPPING THIS TRK

NO

PROPER

An attempt was made to read
from or write to a track that is flagged as
defective, but it has no alternate track
assigned; or it has an alternate assigned
improperly.
(AlternatE does not point back
to defective track, alternate has defective
flage set, etc.)

733E VOLID READ IS volid1 NOT volid2
ExplgnatiQ»: The wrong volume is mounted on
the device
described by
the ALLOCATE
control statement.
volid 1
volid2

- the volume serial number as read
from the DASD device.
- the volume serial numbE>r from the
ALLOCATE control statement.

Note: If volid1
"none", no record
found on cylinder 0, track o.

3 was

]~langiion:

systg~

Action:
In the case
of DUMP,
RESTORE, or COpy the defective track is
skipped and processing continues with the
next track. In the case of PRINT or TYPE,
the home address and the record zero from
the defective track are displayed.

90

IBM VM/370 System Messages

~!~~

Action: If the input is from cards,
the card in error is printed and the jot
step is terminated. If it is console input,
the
proper
volume serial
number
is
requested from the user.

User Action: Correct the ALLOCATE control
statement-or mount the proper volume on the
device described by the ALLOCATE control
statement. If "none" was given for volid1,
the pack must be formatted.

DKK
cchhr

734E TYPE OR CYL INVALID
- - -

(Basic System Extensions)
sense

734E TYPE OR {CYLIPAG} INVALID
nnnnnn
Expla~ation: While
attempting to allocate
cylinders or extents, an invalid control
statement was encountered or an invalid
extent was specified. For count-key-data
devices,.an invalid cylinder or extent is
any extent with a starting location greater
than the end~ng location or grsater than
the maximum n~mber of cylinders for that
device type.
(For Basic System Extensions
FB-512 devices, the extents are specified
by page numbers. An invalid extent is one
in which the starting number exceeds the
highest page on the volume.
The valid
control statements are TEKP, PERK, TDSK,
DRCT, or END.)

syste~ ActiQ~: If the
input is from cards,
the card in error is printed and the job
step terminated. If it is console input,
the proper control statement is requested
from the user.

]§er AcliQn: Correct the control statement
or extent information and resubmit the
statement.
It should be noted that the
allocation data overlays the existing data
within the allocation record. Therefore,
overlapping extents are
valid and any
errors may be corrected by resubmitting the
proper
extents.
If the
END
control
statement immediately follows the ALLOCATE
statement, the allocation table is printed
without any alterations.
735E FATAL DASD 10 ERROR
];~lanation:

encountered
formatted.

An
on

unrecoverable error was
the tASD
device being

syste~

Action: The job step is terminated
immediately and the next control statement
is read.
User Action: Check
message DKKFKT736E,
displaye~just prior to this message,
to
determine the extent and type of failure.
736E 10 ERROR cuu CCHHR = cchhr SENSE = sense
- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

736E 10 ERROR cuu {CCHHR
SENSE
sense

ExplaBgliQ~:

An

= cchhrIBLOCK=nnnnnn}

I/O

error

bas

been

detected.
cuu

- The cylinder, head, and record
identification of the record in
error.
- the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
describing the error condition.
- the block number of the block
error.

~1~~

Action: The job step is terminated
and the next control statement is read.
User Action: Resubmit the job. If the error
persi~ call
your
system
support
personnel.

737E INVALID OPERAND
Explsnation: An operand is in error; it can
be seen
in the card
image displayed
following the message.
~!~~

Action: A card image containing the
error is printed following the message, and
the job step is terminated.
Use! !ctiQB: Correct the invalid operand in
the control statement and resubmit the job.

738A DEV cuu INTERVENTION REQUIRED
~lanat!on:

Intervention is
the device at address cuu.

required

on

~tem

Action: The system waits for an
interrupt from the card reader or console.
When an interrupt is received from either
the card reader or the console, that unit
is
solicited
for
the
next
control
statement.

User Action: Correct the error as indicated
on--the card reader and make the device
ready, or switch to
console input by
signaling attention.
739E FLAGGED PRIKARY TRACK HAS
ASSIGNED; 10 ERROR FOLLOWS

BO

ALTERNATE

~lanation:

An I/O operation was attempted
on a track that is flagged defective, but
has no alternate track assigned to it. Or
an improper alternate assignment exits as
follows:. The ceHH pointer in record zero
of either the defective or the alternate
does not point to the other track of the
pair. Or one of the two tracks has bits 6
and 7 of the
home address flaq byte
improperly set.

~!~

!ction: Error messages DKKF!T736E
and DKKFKT735E follow immediately.
The
eCHHR address given in message DKKF!T736E
identifies the defective track.

User Action: To restore the
usable----COndition,
perform
initialization using IBDASDI.

disk
a

to a
disk

The unit address of the device in
error.

Control Program (CP)

Kessages

91

DMK
740E PACK MOUNTED IS
3340-35,
MOUNT ANOTHER OR RESPEC1FY

NOT

3340-70.

ExplaQgiioQ:
The user indicated that the
device is a 3340-70, tut the sense data
indicates that a 3340-35 disk pack is
actually mounted.
A 3340-35 pack has fewer
cylinders than a 3340-70 and cannot be
formatted as a 3340-70. However, a 3340-70
can be formatted as a 3340-35.

~!em

Action: The card image is displayeo
above the error message. The program is
terminated after scanning the remaining
statements for syntax.
Use£ Acti~:
Provide the missing operand
in the control statement and resubmit th~
job.

754E DEV cuu NOT OPERATiONAL
Syste.!!!. ,ActioQ: If the
input is being
entered from
a console, the
user 1S
prompted to reenter the device address and
device type.
If the input is from cards
the card in error is printed and the job
step is terminated.
Use~ Action:
Correct the unit address or
device-iVpe. Or mount a 3340-70 disk pack
in place of the 3340-35.

Explanation: The
not operational.

device at address

cuu is

~!~

Action: The program is terminat~d
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax.
User

Action:

Either

attach

the

proper

devIce~~e system, or specify the proper

device in the DIRECTORY control statement.
751E INVALID OPERAND - xxxxxx
755E 10 ERROR cuu CSi csw SENSE sense
ExplaQation:
invalid.

The

specified

operand

is
~.!gnatiQQ:

An

I/O

error

has

been

detected.
Syste~ Action: The card
image is displayed
above the message, and the program is
terminated after scanning the remaining
statements for syntax.

Use£ !ctiQ~:
Correct the invalid operand
in the control statement and resubmit the
iob.
752E STATEMENT
user

SEQUENCE

ERROR

FOLLOWING

USER

~pla~atiQ~:

A USER
definition control
statement was determined to be out of
seguence following the specified user.
Systg~ !£~ion: The statement that is out of
sequence is displayed after this message.
Directory processing is terminated after
the remaining statements are scanned for
syntax.

cuu
csw
sense

the unit address of the device in
error.
- the channel status word from the
error.
the sense bytes, in hexadecimal,
describing the error con IIi tion.

System Action:
If the error is from the
card reader, the program waits for the
reader to become ready again. If the error
is from the directory volume, the program
no longer attempts to write on that volume.
In either case, the program attempts to
scan the remaining cards for syntax and
then is terminated.
User Action: Resubmit the job. If the error
persists;-- call
your
system
support
personnel.
756E PROGRAM CHECK PSi

Note: The USER control statement delimits
each virtual machine directory description.
Therefore, the USER statement must follow
the last device description statement, and
each OPTION, ACCOUNT, or 1PL statement must
fall between the USER statement and the
first statement descriting a device.

= psw

~.!,gnati~:

A progra. check has occurred
in the program, where psw is the program
check old PSi.

Action: The program goes into a
disabled wait state after attempting to
display the message.

~i~~

With the exception of dummy (NOLOG) users,
all users in the directory must have at
least one device.

Use£ Acti~: Take a standalone dump,
call your system support personnel.

User Action: place the control statements
In--the--Proper sequence or correct the
error, and resubmit the jot.

757E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR
CE

and

A hardware error has occurred
while running in standalone mode.

~.!anation:

753E OPERAND MISSING
~~lanaiiQ~:

Insufficient information
contained in the control statement.

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IBM VM/370 System Messages

is

~Y§!g~

Action:
The
program loads
a
disabled ~ait-State PSi after attempting to
print the message.

DMK
Run the standalone SEREP
program to document the hardware error, so
further analysis can be done. Then attempt
to rerun the job.
If the error persists,
save all output and
call your system
support personnel.

The program

is terminated

after scanninq the remaining statements for
syntax.
User Action: Correct the DIRECTORY control
statement~or mount the proper volume on
the device described
by the DIRECTORY
control statement.

758E DUPLICATE UNIT DEFINITION
ExQlgnai!QB: The
control statement
is
defining a device with a device address
that was previously defined for the same
user.

762E DIRECTORY STATEMENT fHSSING
~1~atiQn:

The first control statement
detected by the program was not a DIRECTORY

control statement:
~~te~

!ction: The card image is displayed
above
the
message.
The
program
is
terminated after scanning the rema~n~ng
statements for syntax. Note that checking
for duplicate devices may be suspended for
an individual user after the first 90
device control statements.

~iem

Action:
The program is terminate~
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax.
User Action: Place the DIRECTORY statements
in front--of the other control statements,
and resubmit the job.

User
Action:
Remove
or correct
the
duplicate-definition, and resubmit the job.
763E INVALID FILENAME OR FILE NOT FOUND
760E NOT ENOUGH SPACE ALLOCATED FOR DIRECTORY
Expla~~iion: There is insufficient space on
the directory volume to continue building
the directory.
~te~

!ction:
The program is terminated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax.
writinq
is suspended
on the
directory device. The message is reissued
for
each
additional
cylinder
of
count-key-data
space
needed
by
the
directory
program.
For
Basic
System
Extensions it is not reissued for FB-512
devices.

User
Action:
Using
the
VM/370
Format/Allocate
program, allocate
more
space on the directory volume.
Note that
the
Directory
program
always
starts
buildinq a
new directory on
a fresh
cylinder or separate extent and does not
overlay an existing directory written on
the directory volume. After the directory
is successfully updated, the space used by
the old directory is marked as available
for use by the
next directory to be
created.

1~anatiQn:

This message appears only if
running under CMS. The filename and/or
file type and/or filemode specified on the
CMS command line could not be found on the
CMS files currently logged in. The default
filename, filetype, and/or filemode is USER
DIRECT *.

~.i~

Action: RC = 1
Execution terminates.

User Action:
Reenter the CMS command;
describe the proper CMS file containing the
DIRECTORY control statements.

764E ERROR IN routine
~lanatiQn:

routine is the name of the CMS
routine in error from the first eight
characters of the CMS parameter list. The
CMS return code generated by the error is
returned in the following manner:
RDBUF
TYPLIN

-

the CMS return code plus 100.
the CMS return code plus 200.

~i~!!

Action:
The program is terminated
after scanning the remaining statements for
syntax.

761E VOLID READ IS volidl NOT volid2
User

ExplanaiiQ~:

The wrong volume is mounted
on the device described by the DIRECTORY
control statement.

Action:

indIcated~

the
resubmit the job.

Correct the
CMS return

error
code,

as
and

(System Extensions)
volid1
volid2

- the volume serial number from the
directory volume.
- the
volume
serial
number
described
by
the
DIRECTORY
statement.

aOOE COMMAND REJECTED, OTHER
LOGGED ON

VIRTUAL

MACHINES

~1~ation:

Virtual machines, other than
the V=R machine and the VM/370 system
operator's, were logged on.

Control Program (CP)

Messages

93

DMK
~erato~

!£!ion: Reissue the command after
establishing that
only the
two valid
machines are logqed on the system.

(System Extensions) - - -

80SE SINGLE PROCESSOR MODE OFF REJECTED
ExplanatiQn: Single processor mode has n~t
been reset because the V=R virtual machine
has a nonzero prefix value.

(System Extensions)
801E FREE STORAGE PAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE
~lanation:

Free
storage
cannot
be
obtained for saving the CP PSA, therefore,
the transition was not made.

Q~Igtor

Action: Use the SPMODE OFF command
only
if
the
proper
conditions
are
satisfied.

(System

!ctiQ.B: Reissue the command when
more free storage is available.

..9E.erato~

Extension~

806E COMMAND REJECTED, VIRTUAL ADDRESS NOT EQUAL
TO REAL ADDRESS
~l~ation:

The virtual device address was
not the same as the real device address.

(system Extensions)
802E COMMAND REJECTED, DEVICES NOT DEDICATED
~Igtor

Expla.ag!ion:
All devices
(except
the
console and virtual spooling devices) must
be dedicated devices.
~te~

Action: Reissue the command after
this condition is corrected for the V=R
virtual machine.

Action: None.
(System Extensions)

~rato£

A£tiQn: Reissue the command after
verifying that all devices are dedicated.

807E COMMAND REJECTED, V8/370 ATTACHED PROCESSOR
MODE
~lgnation:

(System Extensions)
803E COMMAND REJECTED, SPOOL DEVICES NOT DRAINED
~~~na!iQ~:

All CP spool

devices have not

been drained.

..QE,eraiQ£ Action: Reissue the command after
all CP spool devices have teen drained.

VM/370 was not in uniprocessor

mode.
~!~~

Action: None.

~Ig!QI !cti~;

Issue the QVM command when
the VM/370 system is in uniprocessor mode •

(System Extensions)
8081 SINGLE PROCESSOR MODE ACTIVE
~lanatiQn:

(System Extensions)

Whenever single processor mo:ie
is turned on, the value loaded into the
prefix register by VM/370 is disnlayed.

804E SINGLE PROCESSOR MODE ON REJECTED
Explan~iiQ~:

established
followinq:
1.

2.
3.

single processor mode was not
because
of
one
of
the

VM/370 is not in uniprocessor mode.
There is no V=R area.
There is no multiprocessor hardware
feature.

(System Extensions)
809E COMMAND REJECTED, TRACE/ADSTOP IN EFFECT
~l~atiQn:

~raiQ~

A£tion: Use the SPMODE ON command
only
when the
proper conditions
are
satisfied.

94

IBM VM/370 system Messages

The transition cannot be made
for the V=R virtual machine if tracing or
adstop is being used.

§I§!em Action: None.

DMK
Operato~ Actign: Turn off tracing or adstop
for the V=~ virtual machine and reissue the
QVM command.

US~I

Action: Take corrective action to
bypass the I/O error.
Then reissue the
command requesting
to print
the dump
previously loaded onto the disk.
861E DUMP FILE 'filename' NOT FOUND

8501 UNABLE TO READ DUMP FECK READER
jxplanation: The VMFDUMP command was unable
to read the 3104/3105 dump or the system
abend dump from the CP spool file through
the CM~
card reader.
This
could be
because:
•
•
•

The reader is not at address OOC,
The reader at OOC is already in open
status from a previous operation, or
The device in the virtual machine at OOC
is not a CP spool card reader device.

Explanation: The command
was specified
requesting a printout of a specific dump
file, and that file could not be found on
the CMS disks that were currently accessed.
User !ctiQn: Verify that the correct dump
file wa~ specified ana ~na~ the correct
disks are accessed by CMS. Then reissue the
command, requesting the
specified dump
file.
863E INVALID PARAMETER - parameter

User A£iiQ~:
verify that
the virtual
machine
configuration is
correct
for
performing a VMFDUMP operation and that the
card reader at OOC is a spool card reader
in closed status.

~lgnation:

The command was specified with
a list of options, one of which is not
recognized by the command.

~!~

Action: The command is not executed.

Use~

8521 FATAL I/O ERROR WRITING DUKP
Expla~iiQg:
An unrecoverable I/O error
occurred
during
the writing
of
the
3104/3105 dump or the system abend dump on
the CMS disk being accessed. The message is
preceded by CMS error messages for the disk
function.

User Action: Reissue the command after
taking-actIon to bypass the I/O errors on
the C~S disk being accessed.
8531 NO DUMP PILES EXIST
jKplanatiog:
The VMFDUMP
command
was
specified, and the return from the CP
interface indicates that no dump files
exist for this user.
Usg~
!£tiQn: verify that the dump files
produced by the CP system have the userid
and the class required, and that this
user's userid and class on the card reader
match that of the dump, so that a dump file
can be read. If no dump files exist,
VMFDUMP does not have to be issued. If the
dump file exists under a different userid,
have the operator transfer that file to the
required userid,
so that
it can
be
accessed.
Also, verify that the input
class of the spool card reader at OOC is
class D, so that it can read the dump file.

B60I FATAL 1/0 ERROR READING DUMP

!ctiQn: Reissue the
only valid options as
command syntax.

comma nd; specif y
defined in the

900W SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE; PROGRAM CHECK
Expl~ati~: The system ·checkpoint routine
encountered a program check while trying to
checkpoint or warm start the system.
~!~

Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 001).

No!~:
The qeneral registers, old program
PSi, ana ~ne program interrupt code are
restored to the values at the time of the
program check, before entering the wait
state.

~Ig!or

Action:
This message
usually
indicates severe system problems with the
spooling files, system accounting data, or
other system data needed for warm start. It
is usually impossible to continue system
operation without clearing
storage and
performing a checkpoint start. If a system
dump to printer or tape preceded this
message, the system programmer has enough
information to determine the cause of the
failure and the resultant program check
during system recovery. The first 12000
bytes (hex 3000)
of storaqe contain the
checkpoint module (DKKCKP), work ~rea and a
4096-byte buffer used by checkpoint. This
area should be dumped using a standalone
dump. If a system dump to printer or tape
did not precede this message, do a complete
storage dump.

Explanation: During the reading of the dump
from the eMS disk, an unrecoverable 1/0
error occurred. This message is preceded by
a CMS messaqe indicating the disk failure.

Control program (CP)

Messages

95

DMK
901W SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE; MACHINE CHECK, RUN
SEREP
EX~B~iign:
During the system recovery
checkpoint or warm start phase, a machine
check occurred.

Q~~tor

Action: IPL the system to retry
the checkpoint or warm start function. If
this is unsuccessful, move the IPL volume,
if possible, to another drive and retry the
IPL. If the problem persists, dump the
first 1200
bytes (hexadecimal
3000)of
storage using a standalone dump.

~~te~

A£iigB: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 007).

Operato£ Action: IPL the system to retry
the checkpoint function. If the failure
persists, it usually indicates hardware
problems. Keep the SEREP output and call
your local representative for assistance.

1.

2.

If the failure occurred during the
checkpoint phase
(system shutdown,
system crash or an IPL with an active
system in storage), a CKPT start is
required if storage is cleared or
overlaid.
If the failure occurred during an
attempt to warm start, CKPT start, or
force start, the warm start data or
the warm start cylinder(s) remains
intact.

902W SYSTEM
RECOVERY
FAILURE;
ERROR-{NUCL CYLIWARM CYL}

FATAL

I/O

- - -

(Basic System Extensions) -

If the problem persists, dump the first
38912 bytes (hexadecimal 9800)
of storage
using a standalone dump.

Notify your system programmer to determine
the proper nucleus or warm start area
specit1ed
in
modu~e
OMK~iS
(Si~htS
statement) at system generation time.
The nucleus or warm start area can be
dumped to tape or printed to the system
printer by using DDR (DASD Dump Restore
program) with the DUMP or PRINT option. The
output should be available before calling
for hardware or program assistance.
The following storage loea tions contain
information on the fatal I/O error:
Hexadecimal
Location

---10

40
- - -

(Basic System Extensions)
48

902W SYSTEM
RECOVERY
FAILURE;
ERROR-{NUCL AREAl WARM AREA}

FATAL

I/O
808
816

EX~BatigB: During
the system checkpoint
or warm start
phase, an unrecoverable
input/output error occurred on the system
residence volume.

NUCL CYL

WARM CYL

The warm start phase had an I/O
error on the system residence
device trying to
read module
DHKSAV from one of the nucleus
cylinders.
The checkpoint phase had an I/O
error on the system residence
device trying to read from or
write
to
the
warm
start
cylinder(s).

818
81C
824
800-15FF
1800-3000

(Basic System Extensions)
820
828

(Basic System Extensions)
NUCL AREA The warm start phase had an I/O
error on the system residence
device trying to
read module
DMKSAV from the nucleus area.
WARM AREA The checkpoint phase had an I/O
error on the system residence
device trying to read from or
write to the warm start area.

~§.t~1!l

A£tig!l: The system enters a d.isabled
wait state (wait state code 007).

9F

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Contents
Sense data up to 24 bytes
Channel
status
word
(8
bytes)
Channel
address word
(4
bytes)
Pointer to error message (4
bytes)
Cylinder
address of
the
first nucleus cylinder (2
bytes)
Cylinder address of the last
nucleus cylinder (2 bytes)
BBCCHHR of the DMKSAV module
on disk (5 bytes)
Current seek address BBCCHHR
(5 bytes)
Checkpoint program (DfIIKCKP)
Checkpoint work
area and
4096-byte buffer

848
800-9800

Device
class
of
SYSRES
device (RDEVTYPE)
BBCCHHR of the DMKSAV module
on disk (count-key-data) or
locate block number (FB-512)
Current seek address BBCCHHR
(count-key-data)
or locate
block number (FB-512)
Checkpoint program (DMKCKP),
checkpoint work areas, and
I/O buffers.

DPIK
device
l..S
FB-512
the
SYSBES
(RDEVTYPC=CLASFBA) ,
the contents of the
following
hexadecimal
locations
are
changed:
If

816

Page address of the first
page of the CP nucleus
(4
bytes)

822

Page address of the last
paqe of the CP nucleus
(4
bytes)

due to a software +_.:, ... __ • m1....! _
message, however, could be issued if the
volume identified as
being a
spooling
volume is invalid. Verify that all system
spooling volumes are
correctly mounted
before attempting another warmstart or CKPT
start. If all else fails, force a CP abend
dump to the printer by pressing the RESTART
key. IPL the system again, specifying CKPT
start.
LQ..L..LU..l.~

.J.n~:;:,

904W SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE; INVALID WARM START
DATA
~!ru!ation:

1.

It may be necessary to
cylinder in error using
service program.

format the
the Format

2.

If
the
nucleus
cylinder (s)
reformatted, the CP nucleus must
restored to the system volume.

is
be

During a system warm-start
procedure,
the
warm
start
module
encountered invalid warm start data from
the warm start area on the system residence
volume.

~!~~

Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 009).

Action: This message indicates
that severe problems have been encountered
with the warm start information in the warm
start area on the system residence volume.
You may IPt the system again to retry
operation. It is likely that a software
failure has occurred and that retrying the
operation will result in the same error.
When this happens, the only alternative is
to IPL the system and specify a CKPT start.
If the problem persists, do the following:

Q£g~ator

3. The

status of the console can prevent
the displav of message DMKCKP960I and
DMKCKP961W.

903W SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE;
VOLID 'volid'
ALLOCATION ERROR CYLINDER 'cylinder'
- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

903W SYSTEM RECOVERY
ALLOCAiION ERROR
'page)

FAILURE;
VOLID 'volid'
{CYLINDER 'cylinder'IPAGE

•
•

~xplaggiiQn:

During a system warm start or
CKPT start phase; one of the warm start or
CKPT
start
data
records
indicates
allocation on a cylinder
(count-key-data)
or page
(FB-512) on a system-owned volume
that either:

Force a CP abend dump to the printer by
pressing the RESTART key.
Print the contents of the warm start
area located on the system residence
volume using the
DASD Dump Restore
program with the PRINT option.

Save this output and give it to your system
support personnel to analyze.
905W SYSTEM DUMP FAILURE; PROGRAM CHECK

•

Is not specified in the allocation table
as belonging to the system temporary
spool space allocation, or

•

Is already marked as allocated.

During the
process, the dump routine
program check.

system
abend
encoun tered a

System
state.

enters a

The possible causes are:
•

~~.E:tor

•

A change in the system-owned list. (New
volumes must be added to the end.of the
SYSOWN list when vou define the SYSOWN
MACRO. )
A change to the allocation record on a
spooling volume from TEMP to PERM, TDSK
or DRCT (Format/Allocate program).

~!.E:.nation:

Action: The

system

wait

Action:
The dump has failed, and
must IPL the system again after the
abend dump and go throu~h normal system
initialization and warm start procedures.
you

906W SYSTEM
SEREP

DUMP

FAILURE; MACHINE

CHECK,

Jilia-natien: Du~i~ theSyst-eil ABBNDprocedure, a machine check occurred.

RUN
d\llll~

~te~

!ction: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 009).

~!em

Action:

The system enters

the wait

state.
~ergtQ£

!ction: IPL the system again to
attempt another warmstart or CKPT start.
~he start cannot complete if the allocation

~~.E:tor

Action: Run the SEREP program and
keep the output before calling your system
Control Program (CP)

Messages

97

DMK
support personnel; reload the system and go
throuqh normal initialization
and warm
start procedures.
907W SYSTEM DUMP

FAIL~RE;

cold or warm start against the in-storaqe
value saved in DMKRSPCV. If the values do
not agree:

~~~g~g~iQn:

During the system abend dump
procedure, an
unrecoverable I/O
error
occurred on the system residence volume
that is holding the disk dump. The system
dump is unable to continue.
~Y2te~

Action:

•

The IPL volume is not the correct volume
to checkpoint the in-storaqe system, or

•

The warm start cylinder or area has be~n
altered since the last cold or warm
start, or

•

The value located at DMKRSPCV in storaqe
has been altered since the last cold or
warm start, or

•

The warm start cylinder or area address
at DMKSYSWM has been altered since the

FATAL I/O ERROR

The system enters

the wait

state.
~gtQ£

ActiQ~: No action
can be taken at
point to ~ecover the system dump data.

last cold 0= warm sta=t.

this
You should reload the system, go through
the normal initialization procedures, and
perform a system warm start.

~~!em

Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 007).

QBg~ator

Action: If more than one V~/370
system residence volume is mounteo, make
sure the correct volume is loaded (via IPL)
to checkpoint the in-storaqe system.
If
the problem persists, the followinq shoul~
be done:

9081 SYSTEM FAILURE; CODE - code
~lang~iQn:

The CP system has encountered
a severe software failure, which caused a
system dump.
(See "CP Abend Codes" for a
description of why a system dump has been
caused.)
Syste~ !£tion: This
messaqe is immediately
followed by a system abend dump to the dump
device, and
then automatic
or normal
restart procedures are initiated.

•

A dump of
dump.

•

A

•

To restart, clear storage and IPL the
V"/370 system,
spec ifyi nq checkpoint
start.

storage

usinq a

standalone

printout of record one of the warm
start cylinder of all VM/3 7 0 system
residence volumes mounted (use the DDR
PRINT function).

~~ralQ£

Action: Otherwise,
save
the
failure code
printed at
the console;
including the documentation of activity
prior
to
the
problems
with
system
operation, and call your system support
personnel.
9llW

SYSTE~

RECOVERY FAILURE:

WARM

S~ART

AREA

FULL
909W SYSTEM DUMP DEVICE; NOT-READY
Durinq a system checkpoint
phase, the warm start
area could not
contain all the warm start data.

~!~natiQR:
EX~~g1ion:

It is not possible to write on
the system dump device because it is not in
a ready state.

~!~
~Y2tem

!ction: The

system

enters a

wait

!ction: Make
the system
device ready; the
dump operation
continues.

dump
then

Action: The system enters a disableo
wait state (wait state code 007).

state.
~~atQ£
Q2~tQ£

Action:
indicates either:
1.

9l0W SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE: INVALID WARM START
CYLINDER
2.
- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

9l0W SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE: INVALID WARM START
AREA

~~~~atiQn:

During a system checkpoint
phase, the checkpoint module reads record
one of the first warm start cylinder or
area and compares the tight-byte clock
value written by the previous successful

98

IB~

VM/370 system Messaqes

This

messaqe

usually

A system problem with the spoolinq
files,
system
accountinq
data,
allocation records and other system
data needed for the warm start ar~a,
or
An inSUfficient number of cylinders
assigned for warm start (specified in
the DMKWRM
option of
the SYSRES
macro) •

It is usually impossible to continue syste,
operation without clearinq
storage and
performing a system checkpoint start. If a
system dump to printer or tape prece~ed
this message, it should give the system
programmer enouqh information to determine
the cause of the failure and the resultant
checkpoint failure. The first 12000 bytes

DMK
(hexadecimal 3000)
of storage contain the
module,
work
area, and
a
checkpoint
buffer
used
by
checkpoint
4096-byte
(DMKCKP) •
- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

issued.

The

RDEVBLOK/RCUBLOK/RCHBLOK

~s

marked available and processing continues
with the next device.
The message notifies
the user that DMKCPI does not chain the
3330V RDEVBLOK into the preferred list for
paging or spooling.

The first 38912 bytes (hexadecimal 9800) of
storage contain the checkpoint modules,
work areas, and I/O buffers.
915E PERMANENT I/O ERROR ON CHECKPOINT CYLINDER
If the problem persists, call
support personnel.

your system

- - -

(Basic System Extensions) -

915E PERMANENT I/O ERROR ON CHECKPOINT AREA
912W SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE;
MOUNTED

VOLID 'volid' NOT
~lanation:

]xplanatiQn: During the system warm start
or checkpoint start procedures, the warm
start or checkpoint start data indicates
that spool files are allocated on a system
volume and that the reguested volume is not
mounted.

An I/O error has occurred
while
trying to
read
or write
the
checkpoint cylinder or. area.

~!em

1.

The possible causes are:
e

•

Volume not mounted.
Allocation record (record
invalid.

2.
4)

missing or

~te~

!£iion: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 009).

Operato£ Ac!iQn: Mount the specified volume
required for CP warm start or checkpoint
start procedures and IPL the system again.
If this is unsuccessful, you may IPL the
sfstem again and specify a cold start. If
the problem persists, do the following:
•

Force a CP abend dump to the printer by
pressing the RESTART key.

•

print the contents of the warm start or
checkpoint start cylinder(s)
or area
located on the system residence volume,
using the
DDR
(DASD
Dump Restore)"
proqram with the
PRINT option. The
address of the warm start cylinder(s) or
area can be located
by the system
programmer in the SYSWRM operand of the
SYSRES
macro;
the
address of
the
checkpoint start cylinder(s)
or area is
in the SYSCKP operand.

Save this output
support personnel.

and

call

your

Action:
If this occurs during a warm or CKPT
start, the
system issues
message
Dr!KCKS919E and enters a wait state
with wait state code X'OOE'.

If it occurs while the system. is
operating
normally,
dynamic
checkpointing is terminated.

Q~±stor

1.

Action:
If this is the first time you have
initialized this system, check the
DMKRIO deck to make sure you have
specified the proper device type for
the VM/370 system residence volume.

2.

If this is not the
system, try to IPL
If this fails, move
volume to another
(via IPL). If this
a cold start.

first IPL of this
the system again.
the VM/370 SYSRES
device and reload
IPL fails, perform

3.

At this point, checkpointing has been
terminated, so the system is running
without
a
dynamic
checkpoint
capability. Quiesce the sfstem and
issue a normal SHUTDOWN command, then
attempt a warm start. If the error
persists,
reformat the
checkpoint
cylinders or area with the FORMAT
service program and try aqain to warm
start. If this fails, a cold start is
required.

system
916E ERROR ALLOCATING SPOOL FILE BUFFERS

9131 CP

O~NED

VOLID xxxxxx INVALID FOR 3330V

];Elan£iiQ~:

3850
support
makes
no
provision for using
3330V volumes for
CP-owned volumes.
3330V volumes cannot be
used for paging or spooling.

~lanati2n:

In attempting to follow tne
chain of DASD buffers for a spool file, an
error was encountered in tryinq to read one
of the buffers.
~.i~

1.
Systg~ !£iion:
After a 3330V volume label
has been
read and
determined to
be
CP-owned, an
informational message
is

Action:
If CKPT was specified, the system
enters a disabled wait state, with
wait state code X'OOE'.

Control Program (CP)

Messages

99

DKK
2.

If FORCE was specified, the file on
which the error occurred is deleted
and the system continues to recover
from the checkpoint cylinder or area.

.Qperator ,ActiQ.n:
1. If the system enters the 'OOE' wait
state, attempt an IPL with the FORCE
option.

the system residence volume has no warm
start data. This message is usually issued
when an IPL is performed on a new CP system
for the first time, or when the last
checkpoint was not successful •
~!em

Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 009).

~rat~

2.

If FORCE was specified, no action is
required, but you should note that at
least one spool file was not recovered
properly.

911E CHECKPOINT CYLINDER
AND COLD START
-

INVALID; CLEAR STORAGE

(Basic System Extensions)

911E CHECKPOINT AFEA INVALID;
COLD START

CLEAR STORAGE AND

Action: Try to reinitialize
system with the CKPT start option.

921W SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE;
ERROR

the

UNRECOVERABLE I/O

~!anatiQ!!:

During the system warm start
phase, an unrecoverable input/output error
occurred on the system residence device
while the system was either trying to wri te
record one of the first warm start cylinder
or area or trying to read ~arm start
information from the warm start area.

~!~

Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 009).

Explanation: The CKPT cylinder or area
contains no valid information for recovery.
Syst~~ ,Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code OOE).

User Act ion:
data and~f
storage must
performed.

There is no valid checkpoint
there is no warm start data,
be cleared and a cold start

919E CHECKPOINT CYLINDER
TERMINATED
- - 919E

INVALID; CHECKPOINTING

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

CHECKPOINT
TERMINATED

AREA

INVALID;

CHECKPOINTING

Expl~.n~1iQ.n:

The CKPT cylinder or area has
been invalidated and checkpointing will no
longer be performed. The reason should have
appeared in a previous message.

Q~~~i~

Action: IPL the system again to
retry the warm start function. If this is
unsuccessful, the IPL volume, if movable,
could be moved to another drive and the IPL
retried.
warning: A volume should never be moved if
it is visibly damaged; discontinue use of
this volume and device and call IBM for
hardware support.
If this second IPL is unsuccessful, you may
IPL the system again and try a CKPT, FORCE
or COLD
start, in
that order.
The
DftKDAS5xxI error message preceding this
message gives the command op-code, device
address, sense data and channel status word
associated with this error. If the problem
persists, force a CP dump to the printer by
pressing the system console RESTART key.
Save the output and
call your system
support personnel to determine whether the
problem is hardware or software. Then call
your system support personnel.
Not~:

Syste~

Action: checkpointing cannot resume
until the system is reloaded (via IPL).
OperaiQ~

Action:
with knowledge that a
CKPT
start will
fail, the
operat~r
should
follow
installation
procedure in this matter.
Probably, the
safest procedure is to quiescE the system
and perform a normal shutdown. Then, a
subsequent warm start will reinitialize the
CKPT cylinder or area so that checkpointing
can resume. Note that continued system
operation and a subsequent failure to shut
down normally makes a cold start mandatory.

The warm start cylinder(s) or area(s)
may have to be reformatted using the FORMAT
service program to prevent unrecoverable
I/O
errors
during
the
next
system
checkpoint.

subsequent

920W NO WARM START DATA; CKPT STAFT FOR RETRY
Ex~.n~1iQ.n:

warm start
100

The operator has
and the warm start

IBM VM/310 System Messages

specified a
cylinder of

922W SYSTEM RECOVERY
DATA

FAILURE; INVALID

SPOOLING

~lanation:

During the system checkpoint
phase, the checkpoint module encountered an
invalid spool allocation record in storage.

~stg~

Ac!ion: The system enters a disabled
wait state (wait state code 001) •

QE~~~iQI

Actio!:
This message
usually
indicates severe system problems with the
system spooling allocation records. It is
usual11 impossible
to continue
system

DMK
operation without clearing
storage and
performing a checkpoint start. If a system
dump to printer or tape preceded this
message,
it
should give
the
system
programmer enough information to determine
the cause of the failure and the resultant
checkpoint failure.
The first 12000 bytes
(hexadecimal 3000) of storage contain the
checkpo int
module,
work area
and
a
4096-byte buffer areas, and I/O buffers
used by checkpoint
(DftKCKP). This area
should be dumped using standalone dump
procedures.
- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

The f.irst 38912 bytes (hexadecimal 9800) of
storage containe the checkpoint module,
work areas,
and I/O buffers
used by
checkpoint (DMKCKP).
This area should be
dumped using standalone dump procedures.

If a system dump to printer or tape did not
precede the message, the complete storage
should be dumped.
950A AUTO lOGON FAILED; EXPLICIT LOGON REQUIRED
~~gnatiQn:

The automatic logon of the
operator has failed.
The reason for the
failure is given in one of the logon
failure
messages
that
preceded
this
message.
System Action: The system enters a normal
wait state while waiting for the operator
to reply to the console and perform a
normal logon.
Operato~ Action: Perform a
normal logon as
specified in the X~llQ Operatoris Guide,
entering the required password. The system
can then resume normal operation.

9511 CP VOlID volid NOT MOUNTED

9521 nnnnnK SYSTEK STORAGE
Explanatign:
During
the
system
procedure, the system determined that
amount of real storage available is not
same as the amount of storage specified
the system at system generation time.
§y§!em Action: The
operation.

system continues

IPL
the
the
for

nor.~l

Q~ratorAction:

Determine that no unusual
hardware reconfiguration has taken place,
and bring the message to the attention of
your system programmer so that he can
verify that normal system operation is in
effect.
He should also verify that the
RKSIZE operand, specified in the SYSCOR
macro of the DKKSYS module during system
generation, is correct. If it is not,
regenerate the system with the correct
storage size, so that this message will not
be issued during normal operation of the
system. If the RftS1ZE operand is correct,
real storage may have been damaged due to a
hardware problem; call your system support
personnel.

9531 UNABLE TO ALLOCATE SYSTEft AUTO DUftP
Explanation:
During
the
system
1PL
procedure, the CP system vas unable to find
enough contiguous disk space to hold a
possible CP abend dump.
System Action: The
operation.

system continues normal

~~g!or

Action: No action on the part of
the operator is necessary. The system dump
has been set to the default of the system
printer. The operator may change the dump
to another printer or tape ori ve but may
not specify AUTO since it has not been
allocated.

954E DASD
raddr VOLID
volid
DUPLICATE OF DASD raddr

NOT

MOUNTED;

~langtiQn:

One of the volumes specified
in the system-owned list is not mounted at
system initialization time.
~tem

Action:

Q2eratQ~

~ystem

processing continues.

!ction: No operator action is
explicitly required at this time; however,
you may have to mount and make ready
specified system
volumes later
during
system operation and attach them to the
system for normal CP usage.
This message
usually indicates that a normally required
volume for paging or spooling either is not
formatted or is not available at IPL time.
Make sure that all volumes are mounted and
ready before loading the CP system. It may
be necessary to bring the system to an
orderly shutdown, remedy the situation, and
IPL
the
system again,
using
normal
initialization and warm start procedures.

~lanatiQn:

During
the
system
1PL
procedure,
duplicate volume
IDs
were
identified on
two disk
volumes.
The
message indicates that it vas a duplicate
of a previous volume label read on an
earlier device.

~tem

Action: The
operation.

system continues normal

~ratQ!

Action: Immediately verify ~hat
the correc~volume is mounted as the one
accepted on the specified device. If it is
not, severe system errors could occur since
CP may perform incorrect allocation on the
voluae specified. Immediately
stop tlie
system, bring it to an orderly shutdown,
and remove the incorrect duplicate volume
from the system. This .essage and the
duplicate volumes usually occur after a
system restart when users have attached and
mounted on the system volumes with labels
Control Program (CP) ftessages

101

DMK
similar to those of other users or similar
to the CP system volumes. This should be
avoided wherever possible.
955W INSUFFICIENT STORAGE FOR V8/370
Exlli,!!atiQ1!:
The generated
~ystem
is
larger than the real macbine S1ze, or a
hardware malfunction bas occurred which
inhibits V8/370 from using the necessary
storage.
Syste~

9581 ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOW OPERATIONAL
~l~atiQ1!:

The
real
machine
initialization routine, DMKCPI and DMKAPI,
have completed the necessary processing to
support the
attached processor.
This
message will only be received when the
installation
has
requested
attached
processor support via system generation.

~!~~

Action:
The
system
begins
utilization of the attached processor.

The system enters the wait

Acti.Q!!:

state.
OperatQ~

A£tiQ'!!: Take a standalone dump and
notify the system programmer.
956A DASD cuu
OFFLINE

VOLID

vo1id

NOT

MOUNTED;

NOW

Exllin~1ion:

A DASD volume was swapped
while in use by the system
(CP owned or
attached to the system), and the volid on
the new volume is different from the volid
of the previously mounted volume, or the
volid could not be read.
Systg~
ActiQ'!!: The
~navailab1e offline.

DASD device is made
Any I/O activity to
the device results in a condition code of 3
being reflected to the caller.
OperatQ~ Ac!iQD:
Mount the
and issue the CP command
ONLINE operand.

9571 STOR sssssK, NUC nnnk, .DYN
tttk, FREE FFFFK, V=R vvvvvK

desired volume
VARY with the

ddddd~,

TRA

Exels.!!atiQ~:
This message is issued at
system initialization time by D!KCPI and
provides a general map of V!/370 system
storage. This map is accurate to within
one page
(4K) and is rounded to page
boundaries.

STOR is the amount of storage being used.
NUC

is the amount of storage being used by
the VM/370 nucleus including real page

Note: If this message is received, the 8K
required for system prefixing will not
appear in the storage map of message 957I.
959W ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT ONLINE
Expl~ati2.!!:
The
installation requested
attached processor support during system
generation. D!KCPI determined during IPL,
that the unit was not online.
Syst~~ Action: Processing continues without
the attached processor.
Opera!~
Action: Reinitia1ize CP
attached processor is required.

if

the

Note: Since

the intent of this message is
a warning
to the attached
processor user, it will only be issued when
the multiprocessing feature is installed.

~provide

If the system is generated with attached
processor support and this feature is not
installed, no message is issued.
9601 SYSTEM WARM START DATA SAVED
~lanation:

For
DMKCKP, this
message
indicates that the warm start data has been
successfully saved on the system residence
volume and is ready for a system warm
start. For DMKCPI, this message indicates
that since
warm start
has not
been
performed, the warm start information on
the warm start cylinder
or area from
previous shutdown is still valid.

O.
DYN

is the
area.

size of the VM

dynamic paging

TRA

is the size of the trace table.

This message is immediately
message D!KCKP961W.

followed

by

~!~

FREE is the size of
area.
V=R

the fixed free storage

Action: The system enters the wait
state after issuing message DMKCKP961W.

Q~~!or

Action: None. This
information purposes only.

message is for

is the size of the virtual=real area.
961W SYSTEM SHUTDOWN COMPLETE

~te~ !ctiQ~:

The

system continues normal

operation.

~l~nati2n:

The system has been brought to
a successful orderly shutdown.

~to~

A£tiQ'!!: None. This message is for
information purposes only.

~!~~

state.

102

IBM VM/370 system Messages

Action:

The system enters

the wait

D"K
~erato~

Action:
No explicit action is
necessary. You may now or at a later time
reload for reinitialization
of the CP
system. You should normally specify a warm
start; however, if errors are encountered
in the warm start procedure, a cold start
must be issued.

- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

~ratQr

Action: If the volume is to be
used by V"/370, a valid allocation record
must be written with the Format/Allocate
Service Program.

970W TOD CLOCK SYNC CHECK RECEIVED
Explanation: The
synchronization.

9651

CP OWNED DASD cuu
ALLOCATION RECORD

VOLID

volid

!ction: The volume is
Operation continues.

are

out

of

INVALID
~~e.

Action: The system resynchronizes
the clocks and continues processinq.

Explanation: No valid allocation was found
on the CP-owned volume indicated.
~te~

TOD clocks

Qp~~tor

Action: Press the TOD Enable Set
key when instructed by the system.

not mounted.

Control Program (CP) Messages

103

104

IBM VM/370 system Messages

DMS

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) !Vlessages

001E NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
EXElanaliQn: The command requires that you
specify at least one filename.
For the EXEC command, specify the
the EXEC file.

name of

For the STATEW command, the file may exist,
but it is not on
any of the user's
read/write disks.
For the ZAP command, either none of the
libraries specified for a TXTLIB or LOADLIB
could be found, or the INPUT filename could
not be located via the STATE macro.

For the MACLIB command, specify at least
one filename in addition to the library
name.
For the ZAP command, specify a LOADLIB or
TXTLIB file you must specify one to three
library names.
- - -

-

For
the PRELOAD
command, either
the
loadlist EXEC, the CNTRL file, or one of
the input text files could not be found.

(Basic System Extensions) VM/370 CM§
Comm~~Q
~~Q
~acro
for a description of the file
identification required by each command and
the search procedure used. For the ASM3705
and ZAP commands, see the !~LJ1Q Planning
and Syste!!! Generation Guide.
See

For the PRELOAD command, specify
of the loadlist EXEC file.

the name

~te!!!

!£tion: RC
24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

User Action:
Reissue the
command and
specify-the-filename(s) or library name(s).

002E [INPUTIOVERLAY] {FILEIDATA SET}
[fm1]'] NOT FOUND
- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - -

['fn

§y§tem Action: RC = 28
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
For Dr!SLIO, some loader information fields
have been initialized, but they should not
interfere with a subsequent LOAD command.

[ft

User Action: Find or create the desired
file. ~--;ake sure that the file exists,
issue STATE fn ft * or LISTFILE fn ft *.
Correct and reissue the command.

['fn

For a DMSROS TEXT file, ensure that the
file is accessible and reissue the command.

(Basic system Extensions) - - -

002E [INPUTIOVERLAY] {FILE[ (S) llDATA SET}
[ft [fm]]'] NOT FOUND

the

Ref~~~

0021 FILE Ifni TXTLIB NOT FOUND
~~E1gnsliQn:

The specified file was not
found on the accessed disk(s). Either the
file does not reside on this disk, the file
identification
was
misspelled,
or
incomplete identification was provided to
cause the appropriate disk to be searched,
or system disk vas not accessed as a
read-only extension of the A-disk.
For a DMSROS TEXT file, either the file
does not have a filemode number of 2, or
the file does not exist on the system disk.
For the HELP facility
(DMSHLP), when the
command line specifies only one operand,
HELP does not know if the request is for a
CMS command or message. Therefore, HELP
firs_t searches fora valid command and if
it finds
none, searches for
a valid
message. If it finds neither, the error
messaqe lists the filenames and filetypes
of both searches as not found.

~lanatiQB:

The specified TXTLIB file was
not found on the accessed disk(s).
Either
the file does not reside on this disk, the
file identification was
misspelled, or
insufficient identification was provided to
cause the proper disk to be searched.

This message
will also occur
in tile
following situations: a
user issues a
GLOBAL command for a TXTLIB and then erases
or renames the TXTLIB, or releases the disk
on which it resides then enters the command
SET SYSNAME, or if the eMS segment is not
available when the user accesses an OS disk
or DMSSVT.

Ac1:ion: RC = 0
Execution of the command continues.

.§I§.t~Ul

User Action: If 'fn TITLIB' is required for
command execution, make sure that-it exists
and is
on a disk that
is accessed.
Otherwise, ignore the message.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) ftessaqes

105

DftS
002W FILE 'fn ft [fm]' NOT FOUND
ExplanatiQ~:
The specified file was not
found on the accessed disk(s). Either the
file does not reside on this disk, the file
identification
was
misspelled,
or
incomplete identification was provided to
cause the appropriate disk to be searched.
(See the V8/370 ~MS CO.llang and Mac~
Refer~B£~
for a description of the file
identification required by each command and
the search procedure used.)

Systell Action: DMSGLB issues RC = 28; all
other modules issue RC = q.
Execution of
the command continues.
For D~SGLB, the old ~!Cl!E or TITLlE list
is cleared and the new list contains all
specified libraries except those that are
not found.
For DMSGND, there will be no entry
directory for the file not found.

in the

For DBSLBB, the file not found will not be
in the MACLIB. Pt:'ocessing continues with
the next filename if one exists.

For DMSLIO, some option processinq may have
caused user storage to be cleared or the
location counter set, etc. This should not
interfere with a subsquent LOAD cOllmana.
User lction:
cOlliancr.-----

Correct

and

reenter

the

OOq.E {BOOK
'subl.book'IBODULE
'lIodule'IPBISE
'phase'IPROCEDURE 'procedure'} NOT FOUND
Explanation: The specified book, module,
phase, or procedure was not found on the
accessed disk(s} as a result of a FETCH
(SVC 1 or SVC 2).
System Actio::.: RC .", 28
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
User Action: To make sure the file exists,
issue-the-command DOSLIB MAP aqainst all
DOSLIB files. If the file resides on a
DOS-formatted disk, a
DSERV will help
locate it.
004W WARNING BESSAGES ISSUED

For DMSLBT, processing continues
next filename if one exists.

with the

For
DBSZAP, if
a
library name
was
specified, the next library name (if one is
present)
is used.
If a BODULE file was
specified, all control records encountered
until the next NABE, DUBP, or END control
record are iqnored.
User Action: To make sure the file exists,
issue-sTATE fn ft * or LISTFILE fn ft *.
Make sure that the disk on which the file
resides is accessed.
For DftSGND, if you must bave the file not
found in the directory, take steps to
supply the file. Correct and reenter the
command.
For D8SLBB, if the MICLIB exists after
execution of the comlland, use the MICLIB
ADD command to add the file to the library.
For DMSLBT, supply the necessary file using
the TXTLIB ADD command.
003E INVALID OPTION 'option'
~~la~gtiQn:

The specified
option
is
invalid. It mav have been misspelled or,
if the option is truncatable, it may have
been truncated
improperly, or
it may
conflict with another option in the command
line.

!£tion: RC = 2q.
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

§.y§.te~

106

IBM V"/370 System Messages

~l~ati~:

The
languaqe
returned completion code 4.

process:>r

ID:§.!Y Action: RC = 4
The system status remains the salle.
User Action:
Look for additional messaqes
that lIay have been issued by the compiler.
OOSE NO 'option' SPECIFIED
~lanation:

The
indicated option
entered in an incomplete form.

vas

~!~

Action: RC = 2q
Execution of the command is terminated.
The systell status remains the same.
User
Action:
specifyingthe
option.

Reenter
required

006E NO READ/WRITE ['A'] DISK
ft']

the
data

cOllmand,
for the

ACCESSED [FOR 'fn

~lgnati~:

The user does not have access
to a read/write disk on which the command
can write its output ~r utility files. If
the message displayed 1S NO READ/WRITE 'A'
DISK ACCESSED, the co.mand, in order to be
executed, requires that
the !-disk be
accessed in read/write mode.
Action: RC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~t~~

DMS
User !ctiQ~: Access a read/write disk and
reissue the command, or issue the CP LINK
command to reset the A-disk to read/write
mode, access the A-disk again, and reissue
the command.

User Action: Use the CP DEFINE c 011 II an d to
provi~;- suitable
virtual device and
reissue the command.
008W ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED

007E FILE 'fn ft fm'
RECORDS

[IS] NOT FIXED,

ao CHAR.

Expla~~iiQg: The
specified file must have
fixed-length, 80-character records in order
for the .command to be executed.

System Acti~: He = 32
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

The
language
returned completion code 8.

~lanation:

processor

Systgm Action: RC = 8
The syste: status remains the same.
Use~·ActiQn:
Look for additional lIessages
that may have been issued by the compiler.

C09E COLUMN 'col' EXCEEDS RECORD LENGTH
For the UPDATE command, the
have occurred:
•

•

following may
~lanati.Q!!:

If a file with the fileid lI$fname ftype"
existed on the output disk before the
command was entered, this file may have
been erased.
If the DISK option was in effect and a
file with the fileid "fname UPDLOG"
existed on the output disk before the
command was entered, this file may have
been erased.

outside the
file.

The colulln
specified lies
loqical record length of the

.§y§in Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the sallie.
User
Action:
Reissue
the
specifying the correct column.

command,

010E PREMATURE EOF ON FILE 'fn ft [fm,'
•

•

If the CTL option was in effect and a
file with the fileid "fname UPDATES"
existed on the output disk before the
command was enterE'd, this file may have
been erased.
If UPDATE processing began before the
error was detected, any or all of the
followinq files may have been created on
the output disk:
UPDATE CMSUTi
$fname ftype
fname UPDIOG

fname UPDATES

- if
in
- if
in

the DISK option was
effect
the CTL option was
effect

User Action:
It is possible
that an
incorrect--fileid was
specified in the
command line.
In this case, reissue the
command.
If, however,
the fileid was
correct but the file is in the wrong format
or does not contain aO-character records,
change the file's format and/or record
length with the COPYFILE or EDIT command.

For DMSCKP, an end of file
occ urred on one of the files bei ng compared
before the end of file was received on the
other.

~lanatiQn:

For DMSTPE, a tape mark was encountered on
the file before the file was completely
loaded.
.§y§tem Action: RC = 40
Execution of ~ne co.mana is terminated.
The system status remains the salle.
For DMSTPE, a temporary file called "TAPE
CMSUT1" containing
the data
has been
created on the A-disk or on the disk
specified by
the user.
"TAPE CMSUT1"
cOutains fixed-length, aOO-byte records.
Use~ction:
For DKSCMP,
this nor.ally
indicates that the files being compared had
an unequal number of records.
If the
command was properly specified, no action
is necessary.

For DKSTPE, the file may
to tape again.
ooaE DEVICE

'cuu'

~O~EXISTENT'UNSUPPORTED

{INVALID
DFVTCE TYPE}

OR

Ex~gg~iQg:

The virtual machine does not
have a virtual 1Q03 or 3211 printer, punch,
or reader.
Action: BC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains '!" ~!e salle.

~Y.§.~~'!!!

have to be dumped

010W PREMATURE EOF ON FILE 'fn ft
NUMBER ••••••••• , NOT FOUND

fm' --

SEQ

~lanati.Q!!:

The update file contained an
error. 1 control card specified a search
for a sequence number which exceeded the
value of any sequence nuaber in the file

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messages

107

D!S
being updated.
As a result, a premature
end of file occurred on the input file
beinq updated, before the sequence number
specified in the control card could be
found.
Action: PC = 12
Update -processing continues, and, if the
CTL option was specified, additional update
passes are made.

~te~

If several warning messages are generated
during the updating process, the final
return code when the UPtATE command has
finished processing is the maximum of all
return codes (4 or 8 or 12) associated with
the generated warning messages. The REP
option, if it was specified, is ignored,
and the final update deck has the fileid
'$fname ftype'.
See the explanation of message D!SUPD1771
for further information on the meanings of
the UPDATE warning return codes.
Us~
Action: Correct the invalid control
card in--the update file, and reenter the
UPDATE command.

013W {ME!BERIPHASE}
'fn ft fa'

'name' NOT

FOUND IN LIBRARY

Explanation: The member or phase specified
was not found in the specified library. If
REPLACE was specified, the new member is
added.
Action: RC = 4
Processing
continues
filename.

~tem

with

the

next

User ActiQ!!: None.
014E INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
1U!A1!ati,Q!!: The function
sisspelled or invalid.

specified

is

Syst~~ Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same, with the
following exceptions:

For D!SOVR,
SVCTBACE is
was previously on.

turned off

if it

For D!STPE,
if the DE., TRTCH, 7TRACK, or
9TRACK options were specified, the modeset
byte has been set for the specified device
(TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3, 4,) or TAP1.

011E CONFLICTING FILE FORMATS
~xplanation:

The filetypes specified do not
have the same record format; that is, one
is fixed-length and one is variable-length,
or the record lengths differ.
Aclim!: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~Y§te~

Qser Action: Change the
theCOPYFILE co.mand.

Expla~liQ!!:
The
language
returned completion code 12.

IIIVAtID

UNKIOW. CP COMMAID
indicates that I!PCP (implied CP) was OD
so the command was passed to CP, but no
CP command could be found with the name
entered.
processor
UIKNOW. CBS CO!MAND
indicates that no CMS command, CMS or
user EXEC file, or user !ODULE file
exists by the name entered.

!ction: RC = 12
The system status remains the same.

~te.!!

Qser Action:
Look for additional messages
that may-have been issued by the compiler.
IN LIBRARY ['fn ft

EXplang!.ion: The specified member
found in the library.

!ctiQn: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system remains in the same status as before
the command was entered.

User Action:
Use the !AeLIB !AP or TITLIB
M~Co.mana to display the names of library
members.

IB! VM/370 System Messages

UNKNOWN CP/CMS COMMAID
indicates that no CP or CMS command could
be found with the name entered.
IIVALID CMS COMMAND
indicates that an error has
LOADMOD.

occurred in

was not

~yg~.!!

108

015E {UNKNOWN
{CP/C!SIC!SICPl
{C!S I SUBSET}} COlnlllD

cOilmand,

record format with

0121 SEVERE ERROR !ESSAGES ISSUED

013E !EMBER 'name' NOT FOUND
fa' ]

User
Action:
Reenter
the
specifying a valid function.

INVALID SUBSET CO!MAND
indicates that the loader has triea to
load a routine at an address equal to or
higher than X'20000'.
The command Y'u
issued may be a valid CMS command, but
not a valid subset command.

DMS
System Action:
A positive return code
is
passed if an error occurs in CP processing.
A negative return code is passed if the
command entered is considered an invalid
CMS command. The system status remains the
same.

User

Ac~ion:

Enter a command.

Explanation: The private Core Image Library
called does not exist on the accessed disk,
or the DLBL was incorrect.

User Action: Access the
alter the invalid DLBL.

~lanation:

The file ids specified
command line are identical.

in the

~~em

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

User
Action:
Reissue
the
specifying two different fileids.

016E NO PRIVATE CORE IMAGE LIBRARY FOUND

Syste1!! Action: RC = 28
Execution is terminated.
remains the same.

019E IDENTICAL FILEIDS

020i INVALID PDUKP ADDRESS laddress l OPERATION PERFORMED

command,

NO DUMP

~lanation:

System
proper

status
disk

or

016i TERMINAL ERROR KESSAGES ISSUED
ExP!gBatiQ~:
The
language
returned completion code 16.

•
•
•
•

'processor

Syste.l ,lctiQB: RC = 16
The system status remains the same.
]ser Action: Look for additional messages
that may-have been issued by the compiler.

add2 must be greater than add1.
add1 cannot be negative.
add1 cannot be greater than poend (the
end of the virtual partition) •
add2 cannot be negative.

~!~

Action: The macro results in no
operation. No dump is provided; processing
continues.

021E ENTRY POINT Iname l NOT FOUND
ExplanatiQJ!: For DMSGND,
the specified
directory name was not found in the loader
tables.

017E INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS ICUU'
Explanation: The device address was not
specified correctly, or the device was not
accessed.
Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~Istem

USer Action: Check the specified
address-ana-reissue the command.

device

Bote: For a virtual machine with ECKODE on,
a--Valid cuu is within the range X1 001'
through XIFFF'. Otherwise, a valid cuu is
within the range XI 001 1 through XISFFI.
018E NO LOAD KAP AVAILABLE
Expla~tio~:
The module file was created
with the NOKAP option of GENKOD or is a
transient area routine.

SysteI!! Action: Re == 40
Execution of the command is terainated.
The system status remains the same.
User Action: Regenerate the
with the
KAP option and
command.

The address specified in the
PDUMP macro is invalid for one of the
following reasons:

module file
reissue the

For DMSLIO and DMSNCP, an entry point name
specified either with the START command or
on an LDT card could not be located in the
loaded TEXT files.
For DKSMOD, the name used with the FROM or
TO option of the GEBMOD command does not
occur in the currently loaded files.
rotem Action: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
For DMSLIO and DMSBCP, no execution takes
Loader
place for LDT.
Loading stops.
clean-up has been processed for the loaded
files.
A subsequent START command should
not be affected.
For DKSMOD, the module is not created.
User
Action: For
DKSGND, reload
auxiliary---airectory
and
reiss~e
command.

the
tl:.1?

for DKSLIO and DKSNCP, reissue the START
command with the proper entry point or
control section name, or asterisk
(*).
Correct the LDT card with the CMS Editor.
For DKSMOD, correct the GEHMOD command line
or add the requested name as an external
name in the files being generated.

Conversational Monitor System (CKS) Messages

109

DMS
021W NO TRANSIENT DIRECTORY
Exlli,!!g1iol!: A request was made to display
a transient
directory, but
neither a
private core image library nor a system
residence library was assigned.
!ctiQl!: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues until
all specified directories are processed.

~Y§te~

User
Action:
libraries-are
command.

Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues until
all specified directories are processea.

~tem

Ensure
that
assigned and

the
proper
reissue the

User Action: Ensure that either the proper
assigned or
that
active
relocatable entries are available in the
directory and reissue the command.
library-~s

024E FILE 'fn ft fm'
'REPLACE']
~lanatiQB:

The

ALREADY EXISTS
specified

r--

file

SPECIFY
already

exists.
022E NO DIRECTORY NAME SPECIFIED
~
directory
entered with the cOllmand.

~xpla~atiQ1!:

name

was

not

!£tiol!: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
Syste~

User Action:
Reissue the
directoryname.

command with

a

For DHSEDI, the Editor work file, EDIT
CMSUT1 t al re(!t'ly I?xists as th~ result of a
previous edit session ending abnormally.
For DMSUPD, a file with the fileid 'UPDATE
C!SUT1' already
exists.
This
usually
indicates that the
UPDATE command was
executed previously and and was terminated
abnormally, and that it left a work file on
the output disk at t~at time.
Action: RC = 28
Execution of the command
The system status remains
the following exception:

~!~J!

022W NO CORE IMAGE DIRECTORY
A request was made to display
a core image directory, but neither a
private core image library nor a system
residence library was available.

is terminated.
the same, with

~la,!!g1iol!:

System !ctiQ1!: RC = 4
Execution of the cOllmand continues until
all specified directories are processed.
!£tiQ1!: Ensure that the proper library
is assigned and reissue the command.

~

For D!SCPY, if you were creating multiple
output files, several output files may have
been
created
before
the
error
was
discovered.
User Action:

You can use the TYPE comlland
the existing file.
If you
decide you want to keep it, use the RENA!E
command to give it a new fileid. If the
file is invalid or incomplete, erase it and
reissue the command; or for DBSCPY, reissue
the cOllmand and specify the REPLACE option.

~-examine

023E NO FILETYPE SPECIFIED
Explang1iQl!: The command requires that you
specify both filenalle and filetype.
For the DLBL command, both are required if
you specify the CftS operand.

024i NO PROCEDURE DIRECTORY
~lanati2n: A request was
made to display
a
procedure directory
but no
system
residence library was assigned.

Syst~! Acti~:
RC = 24
Execution of the cOllmand is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~teJ!

For DftSTPE, if the DEN, TRTCH, 1TRACK, or
9TRACK options were specified, the 1I0deset
byte has been set for the specified device
(T APi, where: i = 1, 2, 3, 4) or TAP1.

User
Action: Ensure
that the
system
residence library is assigned and reissue
the command.

User
Action:
Reenter
the
command,
specifying-the filename and filetype.

Action BC = 4
Execution of the command continues until
all specified directories are processed.

025E IRVALID DATA IR 310X CONTROL PROGRAM
One
of
conditions has occurred:

~lanati2.n:

the

following

023W NO RELOCATABLE DIRECTORY
A request was made to display
a relocatable directory, but either no
private or system relocatable library was
available or no active entries were present
on the appropriate directory.

~~plang1ion:

110

IBM VM/370 System Messages

For specified EP or PEP -- The implied or
channel vector table was not found.
For RCP or PEP -- The maximulll
exceeds 4086 bytes.

resource ID

DHS
For NCP or PEP -- The first resource is not
the 370X.
Syste~ Action: RC = 16
Execution of the command is terminated.

User Action: Hake sure
that the 370X
control program has been generated with the
correct parameters and that the correct
CAHOD operand value was used on the SAVENCP
command.
For the correct parameters for
370X control program generation, refer to
the VHL170 Planning and System Generation
Guide.

User
Action:
Reissue
the
command,
specifying a valid device name.
Or, for
DHSERV, use the command LISTIO SYSxxx to
verify the device to which the logical unit
is assigned. Reassign the logical unit to a
valid device and reissue the command.
027W NO PRIVATE CORE IHAGE LIBRARY
Explanation: A request was made to display
the core image directory of a private core
image library, but no entries were present.

025i NO SOURCE STATEHENT DIRECTORY
Explanation: A request was made to display
a source statement directory,
but either a
private source statement
library or a
system residence library was not available
or there were no source statement entries
in the library available.
System Action: RC = 4
Execution of the com.and continues until
all specified directories are processed.
User Action: Ensure that either the proper
library-is- assigned or that active source
statement entries
are present
in the
directory and reissue the command.
026E INVALID
PARAHETER
'function' FUNCTION

Action: RC = 24, except for DSF-RV,
which issues RC = 28.
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~tem

, parameter'

FOR

ExplanatiQ~:
The data specified for the
gi ven fu nction is misspelled, missing or
incorrect.

Aciion: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

System Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues until
all specified directories are processed.

028E NO {DEVICEILOGICAL UNIT} SPECIFIED
Explanation: The command requires that y.>u
specify a device address or logical unit.
System Action: RC = 24
Execution of the com.and is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
User
Action:
specifying a
logical unit.

command,
Reissue
the
valid device
address or

028W NO {PRIVATE I SYSTEH}
ENTRIES

TRANSIENT

DIRECTORY

~stem

User
Action:
Reissue
the
command,
specifying valid data for the function.

io directory
entries were
present on the specified transient library.

Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues until
all specified directories are processed.

~tem

J!~

026i 'phase' NOT IN LIBRARY
Explanation: A request was made to display
a certain entry or entries in a core image
directory but the entry or entries were not
in the library.
Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues until
all specified directories are processed.
Syste~

User
Action:
Reissue
the
speCifyIng-the proper phase name.
027E INVALID DEVICE {'device
'SYSxxx t }

~lanatiQg:

command I

name'I'device' FOR

Explanation:
The device
specified
is
invalid, or, if the message is INVALID
DEVICE 'device' FOR 'SYSxxx', the device
associated with the specified logical unit
is not supported by the processor.

Action: None.

029E INVALID PARAHETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION
'option' FIELD
Explanation: The data entered following the
specified option was invalid.
Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The s!stem status remains the same.

~!~!!

For D8SLIO, some option processing may have
altered loader information.
This should
not affect a subsequent load.
User Action: Check the format of the field
and- reisSUe the command, specifyinq the
data after the option.

Conversational 8onitor System (CftS) ftessaqes

111

DMS
030E FILE 'fn ft fm' ALREADY ACTIVE

Correct
reenter the command.

]xplaQat!Qn: A file could not be referenced
because
it was
already active.
For
example, this message appears if you try to
append a file to itself, or if you try to
rename the EXEC file you are executing.
!£i!on: RC = 28
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same, with
the following exceptions for DMSCPY:

~yste~

•

•

•

If the APPEND option was specified, and
if the copying process had begun before
the error was discovered, then records
are appended to the output file.
If the NEWFILE (the default), REPLACE or
OVLY option was specified, and if the
copying process had begun before the
error was discovered,
then COPYFILE
CMSUT1, on the output disk, contains the
records copied so far.
In multiple output file mode, several
output files may
have been created
before the error was discovered.
User

Action:

Use

another

method

of

eiecutro~-or close the file and reissue

the command.

the

filetype

and

033E FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT A LIBRARY
~~lanatiQQ:

For DBSSVT, the file specified
in the message cannot be updated or read
because the file is either a CP-67/CMS 3.1
MACLIB or an invalid MACLIB.
For DMSPRT, DBSPUN, and DMSTYP, the BEMBER
option
is
invalid because
the
file
specified is not a library.

.§.I.§j:em Action:
For DMSSVT, the following
issued:
RC
RC

return code

is

8 (if the FIND macro was issued)
10 (if the STOW macro was issued)

The return code is passed to
program
and
the
program
executing.

the user
continues

For.DMSPRT, DBSPUN, and DMSTYP, a return
code of 32 is issued.
Execution of the
command is terminated. The system status
remains the same.
us~~
Acj:ion:
For DMSSVT, check for an
invalid
MlCLIB or
an invalid
fileid
specification in the FILEDEF command.

031E LOADER TABLES CANNOT BE MOtIFIED
!xpla~gi!Q~:

If you are trying to increase
the number of loader tables, the system
storage below the loader tables is in use.
If you are trying to decrease the number of
loader tables, either the loader is using
more tables than you specified, or the
system storage below the loader table is in
use.
Act!on: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

For DMSPRT, DMSPUN, and DMSTYP, specify a
library or omit the MEMBER option.
If the file is a CP-67/CMS 3.1 MACLIB and
your program is trying to update it, you
must first convert the file to a !M/370
MACLIB using the MACLIB command with the
COMPACT operand.
034E FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT FIXED LENGTH

~yste~

User Action:
The number of loader table
pages--shoald be
modified before other
storage is allocated. The command should be
issued immediately after IPL.
Noi~: If
you have exceeded storage on the
A-disk, reload (via IPL) without accessing
the A-disk.

~lanation:

The specified file must have
fixed-length records in
order for the
command to be executed.
Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~§j:~.!!

Us~~
ActiQQ:
You may change the record
format of the file by usina the COPYFILE
command with
the RECFM
option.
Then
reissue the command.

032E INVALID FILETYPE eft'
035E INVALID TAPE MODE
Ex2!gQgiiQ~:

The filetype entered
valid for the command.

was not

For DMSMOD, the filetype must te BODULE.
For DMSSYN, the filetype must be SYNONYM.
!£i!on: HC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~§.te~

112

IBM VM/370 System Messages

~!anati~:

An invalid combination of tape
options was specified. For example: 9TRACK,
DEN 200.

.§.I.§!em Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
User Action: Correct the tape
reissue-the command.

options and

D~S

036E OPEN ERROR CODE Inn' ON 'ddname'
Exp1a~ation:

An error occurred during an OS
OPEN.
The
possible error
codes
are
descr ibed below:
Code

~eani!!g

--1-- The DSORG option of

the specified DCB
(data control block) is not PO, PS, or
DA (partitioned organization, physical
sequential,
or
direct
access,
respectively) ..

The program
continues
executing, but the DCBFLGS U~~N bit is not
turned on and the DCB is not initialized.
Us~~
Action: Noting the error code and
ddname displayed in the message, check the
associated FILEDEF command and DCB macro
for invalid or lIissinq DCB options.

037E [OUTPUT] DISK 'mode [cuu]' IS READ/ONLY
Explanation: The fi1emode of the output
file specifies a read-only disk, which
cannot be written on.

2

The default
FILEDEF for
the DCB
=ddname= displayed in
the iiiessage
failed.

3

The RECFM of the specified DCB does
not aqree with the format of the
existing file, that is, one RECF~ is
variable-length and
the other
is
fixed-length.

For DKSUPD, there was no read/write disk
available for the UPDATE output files. The
following steps are taken to determine the
disk on which the UPDATE output files are
to be placed (the search stops as soon as
one of the following steps is successful):

A DCB, BLKSIZE, LEECL,
is missing or inva1idQ

•

If the disk on which the oriqina1 source
file lies is read/write, the ontp1lt
files are placed on that disk.

•

If that disk is a read-only extension of
a read/write disk, the output files are
placed on that particular read/writp
disk.

•

The output files are placed
A-disk, if it is read/write.

5

6

or BUFL option

The input DCB BLKSIZE is not a correct
multiple of the DCB LRECL, or the
output DCB specifies writing blocked
output, but only unblocked output is
permitted.
RECFM is fixed-length and LRECL does
not agree with the record length of
the existing file or, if the fi1emode
is 4, the BLKSIZE does not agree with
the record length of the existing
file, or RECF! is variable-length and
BLKSIZE is not 4 bytes great er than
the record length of the existing
file,
••• ,
or BLKSIZE is
not a
multiple of LRECL whether the filemode
is equal to 4 or not.

7

RECF! is variable-length spanned, and
either the access lIethod is not BSA!
or the filemode is not 4.

8

An error occurred saving the BPA~
directory for update, or an error
occurred while doing a FIND for the
member name specified in the FILEDEF
command or C~SCB macro.

9

The DCB specifies output, BDAK or a
key length for an OS data set or DOS
file.

10

An error occurred while attellpting to
position a
tape with
label type
specified as BLP or NL.

11

I/O option 'UPDATE' is invalid
file found on read-only disk.

for

12

A tape which was specified as NL
contained an IBM standard VOLl label
as its first record.

80

The file is an unsupported OS data set
or DOS file, or an I/O error occurred
accessing an OS or DOS disk.

on

the

If all three of the above steps fail, and
the A-disk is read-only, then the message
DISK 'A' IS READ/ONLY
is displayed.
If this message occurs during VSA~GEN EXEC
processinq,
it indicates
that the c~s
A-disk is accessed in read-only mode. But
the VSAKGEN EXEC procedure reguires that
the CMS A-disk be accessed in read/write
lIode so that the eMS DOSLIB files can be
wri tten on it. Also, for an OS 'I NSTALL' ,
the VSA~ and Access ~ethod Services object
modules will be copied to i t for future
updating. In a KAINT run for both DOS and
OS users, the PTF decks read from the
reader are also written on the CMS A-disk.
Systea Action: RC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
If this message occurs during VSAKGEN EXEC
processing, the VSAMGEN
EXEC procedure
terainates and the systea returns to the
CKS command environment.
For DKSCPY, in aultip1e output file mode,
several output files may have been created
before the error was discovered.
For DKSDSK, the reader is closed
HOLD option.
For
DMSKOD, loader
cleanup
performed on loaded files.

with the
has

Conversational Monitor System (CKS) Messages

been

113

D !IS

For D!lSTPE, if the DEN, TRTCH, 7TRACK, or
9TRACK options were specified, the modeset
byte has been set for the specified device
(TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3, 4) or TAP1.
User Action:

Issue the CP cemmand LINK to
status. Then
disk aqain and reissue the

reset~e--disk to read/write

access the
command.

User Action: Load files via the L01D or
LOADMOD command. If a KODULE file is to be
loaded, issue the BOD!lAP command to verify
that a load lIap is available.
041E INPUT lND OUTPUT FILES ARE THE SAKE
~lanati~:

One of

the foliowinq

errors

was detected:
For DKSBDP, ensure that the appropriate
disk is being associated with the DTF being
opened, and reissue the command.
038E

FILEID
CONFLICT
'{ASM3705IASSE!lBLE}'

The same ddname was
and output.

•

The input ddname
and output
specify the same disk file.

ddname

•

The input ddname
and output
specify the same tape unit.

ddname

DDNA!lE

FOR

Explanatioll! The file specified with an
AS!l3705
(or ASSEMBLE) command has been
previously defined by a FILEDEF command,
but its
filetype vas not
defined as
'ASK3705' (or as 'ASSEMBLE'), or you have
issued a FILEDEF com.and for a reader or
tape input file and specified a filename
that is already defined as a disk file with
the filetype ASM3705 (or ASSEMBLE).
Action: RC = 40
The command is not executed. The
status remains the same.

•

specified for input

Action: BC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the salle.

~tem

User Action:
Reissue the
!lOiiFI~co;mands correctly.

FILEDEF

and

042E NO FILEID[ (S) ] SPECIFIED

~.I§tem

system
~lanation:

User Ac~ion: Verify that you have specified
the correct filename with the AS!l3705 (or
ASSE!lBLE) command. If it is correct, in the
first case above, issue a FILEDEF ddname
CLEAR command for the file, or issue a
FILEDEF command that sets the filetype
correctly. In the second case, either use a
different filename for the input file, or
erase the existing disk file.

At
least
one
file
identification is required in order for the
command to be executed.
System Action: Re = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
User
Action:
Reissue
the
specifyinq at least one fileid.

co.mand,

043E 'TAPn{cuu)' IS FILE PROTECTED
039E NO ENTRIES IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
Explanation: The tape cannot be written on.
Explanati~:

The library specified contains
no me.bers, probably hecause all members
were deleted using the MACLIB DEL command.
~te~

Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command to terminated.
The system status remains the same.

RC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated. If
the DEN, TRTCH, 7TRACK, or 9TRACK options
were specified, the modeset byte has been
set for the specified device (TAPn, where:
.B = 1, 2, 3, 4).
§y§!~~Action:

User ActiQn: Send a message to the operator
to insert the write enable ring in the tape
and retry the com.and.
040E NO FILES LOADED
Explanation: This message can occur for any
of the following reasons:
•

The user has not previously issued
LOADMOD or LOAD com. and.

a

•

A
C!lS
transient area
module
specified in a LOADMOD command.

•

The loaded module was generated with the
NO!lAP option.

was

!£tion: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~.I§te1!

114

IBM VM/370 System Messages

For DMSCLS, verify that the correct tape is
mounted.
044E RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS ALLOWABLE MAIIBUM
Explanation:
The record
length
given
exceeds the maximum record length allowed.
The lIaximum record length allowed by the
EDIT command is 160 characters; by the
PRINT command, 151 characters; and by the
PUNCH comlland, 80 characters.
~!em

Action: Re = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

OMS
User Action:
For DMSEDI,
reissue the
command-with an acceptable record length.

•

The mode number, if
between 0 and 5.

For DMSPRT and DMSPUN, you can change the
record length with the COPYFILE command,
and then reissue the command.

•

80re than two
for the mode.

•

A null line was entered as the first
specification with the MULT option of
the DLBL command.

•

The mode specified with a LISTDS command
was not the mode of an OS or DOS disk.

•

The mode specified
with a LISTFILE
command
was
not the
mode
of
a
C8S-formatted disk.

045E UNSUPPORTED 370X CONTROL PROGRAM TYPE
The 3705 control program type
not
an
Emulation
Program
(EP),
Partitioned Emulation Program
(PEP) or
Network Control Program (NCP).

Exp1a~ation:

is

Syst~.!! l:ction:RC = 16
Execution of the command is terminated.

specified, is

not

characters were specified

Action: Re = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~!§!y

User Action:

8ake sure that 370X control
program-~as been generated with correct
parameters. For the correct parameters for
the 370X control program generation, refer
to
the
V8/370
Rlgnnin,g
and
Syst~
Generatiml Guide.
046E NO LIBRARY NA8E SPECIFIED
~xp1ana1iml:

The call man d
without a library name.

was

For D8STPE, if the DEN, TRTCH, 7TRACK, or
9TRACK options were specified, the modeset
byte has been set for the specified device
(TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3, 4) or TAP1.
User Action: Reissue the command
file mode specified correctly.

with the

entered

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the cOllmand is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

049E INVALID LINE NUMBER 'line number'

~1~!!l

User
Action:
Reenter
the
specifying the library name.

command,

~!gnation:

either
file.

zero

The specified line nUllber is
or outside the limi ts of the

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~!~

047E NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
~~lanatiQ1l:

A function must be specified
in order for the command to be executed.
Either ON or OFF must be specified with the
SVCTRACE command. For the ZAP command, you
must specify LOADLIB, HODULE, or TXTLIB.

User Action: Examine the file and reissue
the-command with a correct line number.
050E PARAMETER
MISSING
{DDNA8EISYSxxxlfunction}

AFTER

Syste!!l Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.

~lanation:

For SVCTRACE, SVCTRACE is
was on.

turned off if it

For the ASSGN command, the disk 1I0de must
be specified for the SYSxxx logical unit.

For D8STPE, if the DEN, TRTCR, 7TRACK or
9TRACK options were specified, the modeset
byte has been set for the specified device
(TAPi, where:.1 = 1, 2, 3, 4) or TAP1.
Otherwise, the system status remains the
same.

For the DLBL command, the disk mode or
DUM8Y or CLEAR must be specified after the
ddname.

User Action: Reissue the command
desired function.

with the

A parameter that is required
by the command was not specified.

For the FILEDEF command, the device name or
DUM8Y or CLEAR must be specified after the
ddname.
For the SET command, a required paramater
that must follow a function-is missing.

048E INVALID MODE 'mode'

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~!~

Explanation: This message can occur for any
one of the following reasons:
•

The mode was not specified correctly •

•

For most CMS cOlllmands, fi1emode
an invalid !!lode ..

User Action:
com mana.---

Correct

and

reissue

the

's' is

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messages

115

DMS
051E INVALID MODE CHANGE
Explanati~~: The filemode
letter specified
for the old fileid is not the same as the
filemode letter specified
for the new
fileid.

Syste.!!!. Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
Us,gr A£1ion:
command.

Correct

and

reissue

the

052E MORE THAN 100 CHARS OF OPTIONS SPECIFIED
Explanation:

The
maximum
number
of
that can be used to specify
options for this command is 100. More than
100 characters were used.

characters

Action: RC = 24
The command is not executed.
status remains the same.

This message is also issued if a START
command (or FETCH command with the START
option) is issued following a SET DOSPART
command, resetting the size of the DOS
partition. Redefining the partition size
causes storage to be reinitialized and any
previous loads or fetches must be reissued.
Action: RC = 40
Execution of the comlland is terminated.
Loader cleanup has been performed on loaded
files.
This should not interfere with a
subsequent START command.

~.!~

User Action: If no file was previously
loaded;issue the LOAD command specifying
the files to be loaded.
If files are
loaded,
check ~he. for incorrect Sl~ or
entry cards.
·056E FILE
'fn
ft {fm]'
CONTAINS
INVALID
{NAMEI1LIASIENTRYIESD} RECORD FORMATS

~yste.!!!.

The

system
Explsnatig.n: For DMSLBM and DMSNCP
(GEN,
REP), the specified file is not in the
expected format (that is, it is not in
fixed-length, SO-byte for.at).
MACRO and
MEND cards must be included in the MACRO
files,
and the prototype card must be
specified with a name that does not exceed
eight characters. If an *COPY statement
appears, it must contain a name.
1 MACLIB
must contain 'LIE' in columns 4-6 of record
one.
ADD~

User Ac1ion: Reissue the command, using 100
or fewer characters to specify the options.
Use abbreviations if necessary.
053E INVALID SORT FIELD PAIR DEFINED
Explanatio~:
Either an ending character
position was not specified for a sort
field, the starting position is greater
than the
ending position,
the fields
contain nondecimal characters, or the sort
field
exceeds
the
maximum
of
253
characters.

Syste.!!!. Act ion: BC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
User ActiQ.n:
command.

Correct

and

reissue

the

OS4E INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
Expla~1iQ.n: You must
specify the filename
and filetype in order for the command to be
executed. In addition, for some commands
you must specify the filemode.

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

For DMSLBT, the specified file has more
than 255 entry points
(ESD only), or has
records which are incompatible or missing.
For DSSLIO, all TITLIB files must
"LIB" in columns 4-6 of record one.

have

For DMSSYN, the specified file is not in
the expected format. The SYNONYM file must
contain 80-byte
records in
free form
format,
with columns 73-80 iqnored. The
data consists of a command name followed by
a blank and the user synonym. This may
optionally be followed by a count which is
preceded by at least one blank.
For DMSZAP,
either the header record for
TITLIB or L01DLIB was invalid, or the
pointer to the directory or module map was
in error.

~te~

~.!~

Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminateil.
The system status remains the same.

~~ ActiQ~:

Check the description of the
command, correct the command line, and
reissue the command.

User Action:
For DMSLBM and DMSNCP, issue
the- iACLIB COMP command, then check the
MACLIB with a MACLIB MAP command. Correct
the format error.

OSSE NO ENTRY POINT DEFINED
]~lli.ng1iQ.!!:

For the SiARi command or the
ST!RT option of the FETCH, LOAD, or INCLUDE
command,
either
the initial
execution
address is zero, or there is no executable
code at the execution address, or nothing
has been loaded.

116

IBM VM/370 System Messages

For
DMSSYN,
file.

correct the

format

of

the

For DMSLIO, recreate the TXTLIB.
For DMSLBT, if the message specifies ESD,
check for more than 255 entry points for a

DKS

member.

otherwise,
missing records.

check for

invalid

or

For DMSCLS, rewind and reposi ti on the tape
and reissue the command.

For DMSZAP, recreate the litrary or module.
059E 'cuu' ALREADY ACCESSED AS READ/WRITE 'mode'
DISK.

Then reissue the command.
056W FILE
'fn
ft
fm'
CONTAINS
INVALID
{NAHEIALIASIENTRYIESD} RECORD FORMATS
~xplana1ion:

The specified file is
the expected format.

~te~

not in

Aciion: Processing continues.

Explanation: You are trying to access the
specified device in read-only mode, but you
have already accessed it read/write mode.
You cannot have a disk accessed as both
read=only and
read/write, because
the
read-only file directory would not reflect
any updates you made until the next time
you accessed the disk.
Action: RC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~j;,em

057E INVALID BECORD FORMAT
Expla~iion:

For the TAPE command, a record
that was read was not in TAPE DUMP format.
For the TAPEMAC command, the tape was not
in the IEHMOVE unloaded PDS format, or the
PDS logical record length is not 80.

User Action:
Release the disk by issuing
the-RELEASE command and then reissue the
ACCESS command.
060E FILE(S)
'fn [ft [fm]]' NOT FOUND.
'mode (cuu) , WILL NOT BE ACCESSED

DISK

~ste1!

Action: RC :; 32
Execution of the command is terminated.
For the TAPE command, if the DEN, TRTCH,
7TRACK, or 9TRACK options were specified,
the modeset byte has been set for the
specified device (TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3,
4) or TAP1.
.

User Action: For the TAPE command, rewrite
the- file-onto tape using the TAPE DUMP
command. For the TAPEKAC command, recreate
the file on tape using the OS IEHKOVE
utility program. Then reissue the command.
058E END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE [ON 'TAPn']
Explanation: The
was reached.

end of

the file

Explanation: The files requested were not
on the specified disk; or, if the disk
contains no files and you accessed it as an
extension, your access fails.
If another
disk was already accessed as mode "fm", it
is released.
.§.y§!em Action: RC = 28
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system remains in the same status as before
the command was entered.
User Action: Check to see that the fileid
is-speCified correctly, and reenter the
command.

or tape
061E NO TRANSLATION CHARACTER SPECIFIED

For DKSTPE, an end-of-tape condition was
encountered while doing a write, iTK (write
tape mark), or ERG (erase gap) operation.

~lanatiQn:
A SET INPUT or
command was issued without a
character.

Action: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated. For
DMSTPE,
the
last
operation
is
not
completed. The tape is positioned at the
end. If the DEN, TRTCH, 7TBACK, or 9TRACK
options were specified, the modeset byte
has been set for the specified device
(TAPi, where: i = 1,2,3,4) or TAP1.

.§.y§j;,~

~te!!

Us~

A£iion: For DKSTPD, you may space the
tape forward and continue, or rewind the
tape and quit; this can be an information
message rather than an error condition,
depending on the circumstances.
For DMSTPE, if the position of the tape is
not as expected, use the appropriate TAPE
control function to reposition it.
For DMSBOP, ensure that the proper tape has
been mounted. If so, rewind and reposition
the tape and retrYe

SET OUTPUT
translation

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is termina ted. The
translate table remains unchanged.

User Action: Reissue the command with the
appropriate translation character.
062E INVALID [CHAR] '[=I*lchar]'
FILEID [ 'fn ft [ fm]']

IN

[OUTPUT]

~lanatiQn:

The
character
specified
whether an asterisk (*), equal sign (=), or
other was invalid in the fileid in which it
appeared.

Syst~ Action: RC = 20
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same, with
the following exceptions for the COPYFILE
cOllmand:

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messages

117

DMS
•

If the APPEND option was specified and
the copyinq process began before the
error was discovered, then records were
appended to the output file.

•

If the NEWFILE (the default), REPLACE,
or OVLY option was specified, and the
copyinq process began tefore the error
was discovered, then COPYFlIE CMSUT1, on
the output disk,
contains the records
copied so far.

•

In multiple-out put-file mode, several
output files may
have been created
before the error was discovered.

Use£ !£iiQn: Check the description of the
command format and reissue the command.

Some of the errors that can cause this
messaqe to appear in conjunction with the
TRANS option are the following:

•

An
invalid
entered.

•
•

An odd number of characters was entered.

hexadecimal

number

was

The continuation code (++)
was entered
in the middle of a character pair.

~in

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status.remains the same.

User Action: Reissue the command and enter
the-correct specification list when it is
requested.

063E NO rTRANSLATIONISPECIFICATION] LIST ENTERED
065E 'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
Expla~atiQ.!1:

A
list was
requested in
response to the SORT command, or to the
SPECS option or TRANSLATE option of the
COPYFILE command, but a null line was
entered in response.
!ction: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~Y§.tem

Explanati~:
The option was specified more
than once in the co.mand line.

~.!~·Action:

RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
command,

User
Action:
Reissue
the
specifying the option only once.

Us~ Action: Reissue the cemmand, and enter
the list when it is requested.

066E 'option'
OPTIONS
064E INVALID [TRANSLATE]
NEAR 'list'

SPECIFICATION

AT

•

ARE

CONFLICTING

~lAnati~:

A source specification was entered with
no tarqet specification.
An invalid decimal number was
for an input or output column.

'option'

OR

ExplanatiQn: An invalid specification was
included in the list enter£G vh€n ~ither
the SPECS option or th~ TRANS option was
specified. "list" is the portion of the
list you entered that is in error. Some of
the errors that can cause this message to
appear in conjunction with the SPECS option
are the followinq:
•

AND

The specified options
mutually
exclUsive
and must
not
specified in the same command.

are
be

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~.!.!t!

User

Action:

C'Oi.and:---

067E COftBINED INPUT
UNPACK OPTIONS

Correct

and

reissue

FILES ILLEGAL WITH

the

PACK OR

entered
~lanati2n:

An attempt was made to combine
several files at the same time that the
PACK or UNPACK option was used.
This
message appears if there is more than one
input fileid, or if there is an asterisk in
the first fileid in single output file
mode.

•

An input file specification of the form
"nn-mm" was qiven, but mm was smaller
than nne

•

A string was specified without an ending
delimiter.

•

A zero length string was specified.

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the cOllmand is terainated.
The system status reaains the saae.

•

An
invalid hexadecimal
number
was
specified,
or
an
odd
number
of
hexadecimal digits followed the "H" of
such a specification.

User Action: Correct the command
reissue-the cOllmand.

~tell

•

118

The continuation code (++) was specified
in the middle of a specification, rather
than at the beginning of one.

IBM VM/370 System Messages

line and

068E INPUT FILE 'fn ft fa' NOT IN PACKED FORMAT
ExplanatiQn:
The specified input file is
not in packed format, and was specified in
an UNPACK operation.

DKS
~I.§te~

Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same, except
that in multiple output file mode, several
output files may already have been created
before the error was discovered.
User Action:
Correct the command
reissue-the command.

line and

Explanation:
The spe,cifie.d disk has not
been accessed. POL Dl!,$PS:i., the l=disk iiUst
be accessed when the DOSLIB KAP function is
performed and the output is directed to
disk.
For DKSVGN, note that the YSAKGEN
EXEC procedure requires that you have a
read/wr ite CKS
disk accessed
as your
A-disk.
System Act ion: BC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
specified disk and

0691 [OUTPUT] DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
Explantion:
The disk
specified in
FILEDEF co.mand has not been accessed.
syste!!
Action:
information only.

FILE NOT FOUND
Be = 801

The specified file was not found on the
accessed disks.
This message ca n be issued
when you try to invoke an EXEC from within
another EXEC.
&SKIP OR &GOTO ERROR
RC = 802
A request was made to move to a statement
above the beginning of the file, or to a
nonexistent label.
BA D FILE FORIU T
RC = 803
The file is not in the required format. For
instance,
it
is packed
ratbeL
than
unpacked, or the record length is greater
than 130.

the

This message
is
for
Execution continues.

070E INVALID
{PARAMETER
'argument'}

072E ERROR IN EXEC FILE fn, LINE nnn - message
Explanation: The EXEC interpreter has found
an error in file "fn", at line "nnn";
"message" may be anyone of the following:

069E DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED

User Action: Access the
reissue-the command.

User Action: Issue the FORKAT command to
erase all files on a disk, or use the
ACCESS command with the ERASE option (all
files on the disk are erased the first time
you write a new file on the disk).

'parameter',ARGUKENT

TOO KANY ARGUKENTS
RC = 804
A maximum number of 30
passed to an EXEC file.

arguments can

KAX DEPTH OF LOOP NESTING EXCEEDED
RC = 805
No more than four nested loops
specified.

may

be

be

ERROR READING PILE
Explanation: An invalid operand, or too
many or extraneous operands, were specified
in the command line or EXEC statement.

RC = 806
An I/O error occurred
was being read.

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same, with the
following exception for the TAPE command:

INVALID SYNTAX
RC = 801
The syntax of the
invalid.

If the DEN,
TRTCH,
7TRACK, or 9TRACK
options were specified, the modeset byte
has been set for the specified device
(TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3, 4) or TAP1.

INVALID FORK OF CONDITION
RC = 808
This can occur from previously unassigned
variablese The final result after the line
is interpreted is syntactically invalid.

~I.§te!!

User Action:
Correct the command
reissue-the command.

while an

EXEC file

indicated statement

is

line and

071E ERASE * * [fml*] NOT AlLOWED
Expla~iion: You cannot erase
all files on
all disks using the ERASE command. You can
enter ast-erisks
for the
filename and
filetype, but you must specify the filemode
letter and number.

Syste.! Action: RC = 24
Execution of the com.and is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

INVALID ASSIGNKENT
RC = 809
An atteapt was made to assign a value to an
unspecified field; for example,

= 42
alSUSE OF SPECIAL VARIABLE
RC = 810
Incorrect use of a special variable was
attempted.
For example, an attempt was
made to assiqn a value to SEIEe or to
&TYPEFLAG.

Conversational Konitor System (CKS)

Kessaqes

119

DMS
ERROR IN &ERROR ACTION
RC = 811
An &ERROR control statement specified a CMS
command that also resulted in an error.
CONVERSION ERROR
RC = 812
A variable in the line must be converted,
but cannot be, because it is a character
value, it is not in the proper format, or
it has not been initialized. For example,

Not~:

For a tutorial description of the
EXEC facility, see the !!LJ70 ~~~ ~§er'§
Guide.
For a description of the EXEC
control statements, see the !!LJ1Q CM~
Command ~nd MacrQ ~~.
073E UNABLE TO OPEN FILE ddname
Explanation: CMS was unable to open the
specified ddname. An explanatory message
should appear along with this message.

'&IF &FLAG EO 944'
~Y.§tem

If &FLAG was not previously initialized, it
is "null" or blank
and will cause a
conversion error when being converted to
decimal. This message is also issued if a
uuuh~xadecimal
number is spec1t1ea aiter
the characters "x'" on the right-hand side
of an assignment statement (for example, &A
= X'12AG'); or if a nondecimal number is
specified after the characters "X'" in any
statement
other
than
an
assignment
statement (for example, &TYPE X'120AO').
TOO MANY TOKENS IN STATEMENT
RC = 8~3
~ore than
19 tokens appeared in
&READ VARS statement.

a single

MISUSE OF BUILT-IN FUNCTION
RC = 814
One of the EXEC buil t-in funct ions
example, &CONCAT, &DATATYPE, etc.)
used incorrectly.

(for
was

INVALID CONTROL WORD
RC = 816
An invalid control word was encountered in
the input deck and cannot be read.

EXEC ARITHMETIC OVERFLOW
RC = 818
A positive arithmetic variable
digits.

exceeded 8

exceeded 8

120

!ctio~:
The file
is
executed up to the point where
was detected.

logically
the error

User Action:
reexecute-It.

file

IBM VM/370 System Messages

EXEC

074E ERROR [RE]SETTING AUXILIARY DIRECTORY
~!anati~:

The auxiliary directory could
not be set or reset. This can occur, for
example, if the disk on which the auxiliary
directory resides is not accessed when the
command is issued, or if it is accessed as
a filemode other than the one specified for
it with a previous GENDIRT command.
Action: RC = 40
If the error occurred on an attempt to set
the auxiliary directory, execution of the
command is terminated. The system status
remains the same. If, however, the error
occurred on
an attempt to
reset the
auxiliary directory,
the assembly
has
already been done, and execution continues.
UseE Action: Consult the syste~ prcgra~=er
to find
out what disk
the auxiliary
directory is on and what filemode that disk
should be accessed as.
(It should have the
filemode that was specified for it with the
GENDIRT command.)
Access the disk with the
proper filemode and reissue the command.

075E DEVICE
devicenaae
{INPUTIOUTPUT}

INVALID

FOR

The device specified for the
input or output ddname is invalid.
This
message will appear if the input device
specified is DU"MY, PRINTER, or PUNCH, or
if the output device specified is READER.

~!~~

A special character was used in a variable
symbol. Only alphameric characters are to
be used.
The asterisk in the special
variable &* is an acceptable character.

correct the

Verify the ddname and reissue

~!gnati~:

SPECIAL CHARACTER IN VARIABLE SYMBOL
RC = 819

~Y§1g~

User Action:
the-command.

~te~

EOF FOUND IN LOOP
RC = 815
An end of file occurrEd before the command
completed the requested operation.

EXEC ARITHMETIC UNDERFLOW
RC = 817
A negative arithmetic variable
digits including sign.

Action: RC = 28
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

Action: Re = 40
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

User Action:
and- -specify
device.

Reissue the FILEDEF com man d
input/output
the
correct

076E ACTUAL RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS THAT SPECIFIED
and

~!~~atiQ~:

An existing file has a recorn
length greater than
the record length
entered in the command line.

DMS
syste~ Action: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains tbe same.

080E INVALID CYLINDER NUMBER - REENTER

User
Action:
Reissue
specifying-a-larger record
LRECL option.

080E INVALID {CYLIBLKJ NUMBER - REENTER

the
command,
length with the

- - -

(Basic System Extensions) -

~lanation:

The value entered
valid decimal number.

077E END CARD MISSING FROM INPUT DECK
EX~~21iQ~: Since the end card is missing,
the input file is not complete.
The deck
is probably invalid.

dY§~!El!

! ction:

Message

DMSINI609R

a
is

reissued.
'I"'It. ...

Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
card file is lost from the reader.

was not

,-.oor

lJO;:>.I..

'laT'T ~ nnn
L't~OV7L\.

~te~

081E INVALID REPLY - ANSWER "YES" OR "NO"
~ls.natiQJ!:

User Action: The DISK DUMP command must be
issue~o-recreate the file.
078E INVALID
CARD
'cardimage' J

IN

READER

~!g!!

{DECKIFILE

Action:
Message
DMSINI610R is reissued~

~xplaBs~iQn:

For DMSDSK, a card that was
not punched by DISK DUMP was encountered in
the input deck. The deck cannot be read by
DISK LOAD.

The only valid response to the
or "no".
Neither vas

"yes"

guery is
entered.

DMSINI607R

or

User Action: See DMSINI607R or DMSINI610R.
082E IPL DEVICE ERROR - REENTER

For DMSGRN, an invalid card was encountered
in the input deck.
The deck cann.ot be
processed by the GEN3705 command.

~lanation:

Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~te!!

The device is not currently
defined, or i t is not in read/write status,
or it is an unsupported device type.

~te~

Action:

Message

DMSINI608R

is

reissued.
User ActiQJ!: See DMSINI608R.

For DMSDSK, the READER file closed with the
HOLD option.
083E NUCLEUS WILL OVERLAY CMS FILES - RECOMPUTE
User Act ion:
For DHSDSK, reissue the comMand in case
there are valid DISK DUMP cards following
in the file.
If the same error occurs,
either retry, use the READCARD command to
load the file, or use the CP PURGE command
to erase the reader file.

ExplanatiQE; The specified nucleus cylinder
number was not greater than the number of
cylinders indicated in the Master File
Directory for the 1PL device~
~!g!!

Action:

Message

DMSINI609F

is

reissued.
For DMSGRN, use the card image in the error
message to correct the card, and reenter
the com.and.

Use~ Action:
Respond to DMSINI609R with a
larger cylinder number, or IPL CMS and
format the specified IPL device with the
RECOMP option ..

079E INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS - REENTER
ExplanatioB: The device address entered was
specified incorrectly, that is, it is not a
valid hexadecimal character or is not in
the range of X'001' to X'6iF'.
~yste~

Action: Message
DMSINI608R is reissued.
User

Ac~ion:

DMSINI606R

or

083E

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

NUCLEUS
{CYLI BLK}
UNACCEPTABLE ERROR 'X'

SPECIFICATION

Explanation: The cylinder or FB-512 block
number specified for the nucleus start
address does not
meet the requirement
indicated by the error code.

See DMSINI606R or DMSINI608R.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Kessaqes

121

DMS
~~aning

The nucleus will overlay CMS files on
the lIinidisk.
2

The nucleus start address
all formatting.

3

The starting FB-512 block number is
not on a 256-block boundary.

4

A total of 256 FB-512 blocks are not
available, including
the starting
block number.
Action:

Syste~

is beyond

DftSINI609R

Message

Action:

If

BC

1,
respond to
cylinder value or
FB-512 block number.
If RC = 2, specify a
sllaller value.
If RC
3, specify a
lIultiple of 256.
If RC
4, specify a
lower location for the nucleus. In any
event, use of the FORftAT comaand with the
RECOMP option may be necessary.

uKSINI609R with a larger

084E INVALID USE OF 'FROM' AND 'TC' OPTIONS
Explanation: The 'FROM' location exceeds or
is equal to the 'TO' location.
Syste.! Action: RC = 24
Execution of the cOllaand is terainated. The
systea status rellains the salle.
User Ac:ti2n:
cOlllland.

Correct

and

reissue

The
OS user
is
a DUftMY VSAM data
do so will cause
at OPEN tiae.
An
the program product

User Action: Reissue
the DLBL coaaand
specifying a mode for this ddnaae, and then
restart the prograa that caused the error.
087E INVALID ASSIGNMENT OF
'device'

'SYSxxx' TO

DEVICE

is

reissued.
User

error
code X'11'.
restricted froa using
set.
An attempt to
unpredictable results
additional aessage from
being used lIay follow.

the

086E INVALID DDNAME 'ddnaae'

Explanation: The ASSGN coaaand that was
entered violated a
restriction on the
assignaent of SYSxxx to a virtual device.
The ASSGB coa.and restricts the assignaent
of logical units to virtual devices as
follows:
J&gj,cal Units
SYSOOO-SYS241

Valid Assignaen!
to any device as specified
by the ASSGN coa.and.
to terainal and printer
to printer, disk, and tape
to reader, disk and tape
to punch, disk, and tape
to reader, disk, and tape
to disk
to disk
to disk
to disk
to reader, tape, and disk
to tape

SYSLOG
SYSLS1'
SYSIPT
SYSPCH
SYSRDR
SYSCAT
SYSCLB
SYSRLB
SYSSLB
SYSIN
SYSOUT

RC = 24
the coaaand is terainated.
The syste. status reaains the saae.

~!ell Action:
Executi~n
of

User Action: Reissue the ASSGN coamand,
specifying a valid coabination of logical
unit and virtual device.

Explanation: The ddnaae specified with the
comaand is invalid.
08BE UBSUPPORTED DTF TYPE 'dtftype'
Syste.! Action: RC = 24
Execution of the coa.and .is terminated.
The system status remains the sa.e.
Us~
!ction: Reissue the coaaand with a
valid ddna.e. With the DLBL coa.and, use a
ddname of seven characters or less. If you
are an OS user, enter the first seven
characters of your prograa's ACB ddna.e.
If these seven characters are not unique
within the prograa
(that is, the eighth
character distinguishes two ICBs in the
same program), recompile the program usinq
different ddnaaes.

~lanation:

close a DTF
by CftS.

An atteapt was aade to open or
table of a type not supported

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the coamand is terminated.
The system status reaains the salle.

~.!~

Usg! Action: None; CMS/DOS only supports
those DTF types identified in the CMS/DOS
publications.
oa9E {OPENICLOSE}
ERROR
{fnl SYSxxxl TAPn}

CODE

'nn'

ON

086W DLBL 'ddname' DUMMY INVALID FOR VSAft
~!anatiQA:

ExplanatiQn: The ddname in the ACB being
opened was specified in a previous DLBL
command with the DUMMY operand, which is
invalid for VSAM.
!cti.Q.!!: RC = 8
This message accompanies a DOS/VS VSAM open

~Y§te~

122

IBM V8/370 System Messages

The error code in the aessaqe
identifies the error situation.

Code Mean!Ag
-1-- The logical unit (SYSxxx) in the DOSCB
does not aa tch the logical unit in the
DTF table.

DKS
Code Meani~

CMS/DOS does not support writing to as
or DOS disks.
All files must be
written to CBS disks.

2

3

An attempt was made to open or close a
sequential disk file, VSAB file, or
private source statement library, but
no DLBL command was issued with the
DLBL ddname equal to the DTF ACB
filename.
CMS/DOS
requires
a
user-issued DLBL for all sequential
disk files, VSAM input and output
files~ and private li£raries.

4

An attempt was made to open or close a
DTFCD or
DTFPR with
ASOCFLE/FUNC
operands specified in the DTF macro.
These operands are not supported under
CMS/DOS.
An attempt was made to open
sequential disk file from an
but no extent information was
the OSFST associated with the

5

an input
as disk,
found in
file.

6

An attempt
was made
to open
a
sequential disk file for input, but
the file was not found on any of the
accessed disks.

7

The device type in the DTF being
opened or closed is incompatible with
the PUB device type for the specified
unit.

8

The system or
is unassigned
X I FFI) •

9

There is
no CMS/DOS
support for
reading tapes
backward.
When the
operand READ=BACK is specified on the
DTFMT macro, a flag is set in the DTF
at compilation time indicating this
condition.
CMS/DOS supports
tape
processinq
only
in
a
forward
direction.

11

An attempt was made to open or close a
DTFMT (tape data file) and 'ASCII=YESI
was specified in the DTF macro. This
operand is not supported.

12

An attempt was made to open a DTF!T
(tape data file)
and IFIIABL=STDI was
specified. However, no VOL1/HDR1 was
encountered.
-

12

13

programmer logical unit
(PUB pointer in LUB

(Basic System Extensions) - - An attempt was made to open a DTFCP or
DTFDI tape file
with IFILABL=STDI
specified. However, no VOL1/HDR1 was
encou n teredo

PUB information for the tape logical
unit
beinq
opened
(track
mode
indicator or density)
is incompatible
with the tape drive.

14

The tape is a 3420 tape drive but an
invalid tape drive model number (valid
model numbers are 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and
8) •

15

While opening a DTF associated with a
file on an OS or DOS disk, an I/O
error occurred
while reading
the
extent informat~on for the specified
data set.

16

SYSIPT/SYSRDR is assigned to tape and
the record length is not' 80 or 81
bytes.

17

An unexpected error
situation was
encountered while performi nq a tape
I/O operation.
-

21

(Basic System Extensions)
An attempt failed to open a DTF which
specified a SA! data set on an FB-512
device.
The FILEDEF for Ifn' must
specify RECFM and BLOCK parameters.
For a fixed block RECF!, the l~ECL
must be specified also.

~!~

Action: RC= 36
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

User Action: Correct the
the-command.
090E INVALID DEVICE
'device l

CLASS

error and reissue

Ideviceclass l

FOR

Explanation: The device class information
returned from the CP DIAGNOSE request (code
24)
conflicts with
the deviCE>
being
assigned.
~tem Action: RC = '36

Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
User Action: Reissue the

command.

If this

fails~-call your system support personnel.

091E SAVEAREA ADDRESS IN
PARTITION PIB
EQUIVALENT TO LTA SAVEAREA ADDRESS

NOT

~lanation:

The current savearea address
in the PIB (Partition Information Block) is
not tne same as the sa vearea in the LTA
(Logical Transient Area).

~!tl

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the COllUlland is ternna ted.
User Action: Reissue the command; if the
problem-persists, call your system support
personnel.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messages

123

DftS
092E STXIT SAVEAREA ADDRESS INVALID

beginning of the file
LOAD coa.and ..

and reissue the TAPE

~xplana~ion:

The specified savearea address
in a STXIT operation is not within the
address ranqe of the virtual machine.

096S UNSUPPORTED FUNCTIOI II A LIOCS ROUTIRE

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the saae.

EXplAnati211: A Logical IOCS routine
called to perform a function which
routine was not generated to perf ora.

~~£ !£~ion:

~!y

~Y.§te~

Verify the save
and reissue the comaand.

093E HVCOH HACRO ATTEMPT TO
POSITION 12-23 OF COMREG

area address

ALTER OTHER

THAI

Explanation: The specified ~VCQH macro is
attemptinq-to alter a position other than
the allowed positions 12 to 23 of the
communications region.

was
the

=

Action: RC
100
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
User Action:
Verify that
all logical
functions to b9 perforaed are supported by
the Logical loeS routine linked with your
program.

097E 10 'SISRES. VOLUME ACTIVE

~te~

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status reaains the saae.

Explanation: No
system residence
disk
(SISRES) is active; therefore, no procedure
library or relocatable library is active.

User Action: CorI'ect t be specification of
the HVCOM-.acro and retry.

~tea

094E FROH ADDRESS ON MVCOM MACRO INVALID
Explana~ion:

The address specified in the
ftVCOH macro is not within the range of the
virtual machine.
Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains tbe same.

Action: RC = 36
Execution of the coamand is terminated.
The system status reaains the saae.
User Action: Use the "SET DOS ON aode"
coiian~ activate a SYSRES disk, and
reissue the coaaand.

098E 110 {PHISE I PROCEDURE}

JAftE SPECIFIED

~i~~

user Action: Correct
and retrY:-

~lanation:

The
comaand reauires
the
specification of a phase name or procedure
name.

the aaaress specified
Systea lction: RC = 24
Execution of the coamand is terainated. The
system status reaains the saae.

095E INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
Expla~atiQ~:

The specified 'address is not
within the range of the virtual machine, is
not a valid storage address, or is not
equal to or greater than X'20000'.
Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~tel!!

Use£ Action: Reissue
valid address.
096E FILE 'fn ft'

the

command with

DATA BLOCK COUIT INCORRECT

The number of data blocks read
from tape (for file 'fn ft') does not aatch
the number in the model file status table
written on the tape when the file was
dumped.
~igl!! Action: Execution of
tbe command is
terminated. The portion of the file 'fn
ft' loaded exists on disk as tape CMSUT1.

User Action: To ensure that the file is
properly-roaded, reposition the tape to the
IBH VM/370 System Messages

098S CHS OS SIHULATIOli NOT IVIILlBLE
Explanati211: In OS SVC was issued and a CMS
saved
segment is
not available.
OS
simulation text is not loaded in free
storage. Hessage DHSIIS099W or DHSSET099W
was previously issued.

a

Expla~~~iQ~:

124

User Action: Reenter the coamand supplying
a-phase-naie or procedure naae.

~teJ!

Action: The systea is terminated
abnormally, with an abend code of X'OF9'.

User lction:
-,:Access

a disk containing the proper
text for OS siaulation and issue the
command SET SISIAME CMSSEG naae, where
"naae" is invalid (in order to get the
OS simUlation text loaded into free
storage), or

2.

Issue the command SET SISNAHE CHSSEG
name, with a valid name (in order to
be able to use the OS si mula tion text
in that saved segment).

DKS
098W CKS OS SIKULATION NOT AVAIlABLE

~!em

!ction:
For
Processing continues.

DBSNCP,

RC

99.

jxplan~iion:

DMSINS098W is displayed if,
during CMS initialization, it is determined
that a CMS saved segment is not avadlable
or cannot be loaded, and the OS simulation
text could not be loaded into free storage.
(Basic System Extensions) - - Note: This message also indicates that tape
label processing cannot be used in CMS.

100E NO BATCH PROCESSOR AVAILABLE
Expl~ati~: The CBSBATCH
module could not
find the
DBSBTP TEXT S2
file
(Batch
processor) on any system disk.

System Action: At this point, the operator
has a normal CMS interactive machine, not a
batch aachine.
DMSSET098W is displayed if, after it was
determined that the CBS saved segment was
not available, an attempt to load the OS
simUlation
text
was
unsuccess ful.
DKSSET098W
is
preceded
by
message
DMSSET1 OOW.
Actio~:
If
the
message
is
DMSSET098W, RC
4. If the message is
DBSINS098W, no return code is passed and
initialization
proceeds normally.
Any
issuance of an OS SVC that follows either
of these
messages causes
the message
DMSITS098S to be displayed and the system
to terminate abnormally.

User

Action: Contact

person~

your system

support

Routing: This message is displayed
Batch
Facility
console
at
initialization time.

at the
Batch

~te.

User Action: Access a disk containingthe
proper text for OS simUlation or, using the
SET command, specify a valid CBS saved
seqment.

100W {CKSSEG} SISTEK NABE 'name' NOT AVAILABLE
- - -

{Basic System Extensions}

100W {CKSSEGIC!SZER}
SISTE!!!
NA!!!E
'name
{SSTATI ISTITj (NOT AVAILABLE/INITIALIZED)

I

Exp1anatiQn: The CKS saved segment name
indicated in the message is not available,
or an
error occurred when
a LOADSIS
DIAGNOSE was issued for it.

099E CMS/DOS ENVIRONBENT {NOT} ACTIVE
Explanation: If the message is CBS/DOS
ENVIRONMENT
NOT
ACTIVE,
the
CKS/DOS
environment must be active in order for the
command to execute.
If the message
is CBS/DOS ENVIRONKENT
ACTIVE, the CBS/DOS environment must not be
active in order for the co •• and to execute.
System Action: RC = 40
Execution of the co.mand is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

(Basic System Extensions)

The CKS saved segment name indicated in the
message is not available, or initialized,
or the 55TAT or ISTAT portion of the C!SZER
. was not usable. Possible causes are:
--lamed segment is nonexistent.
--1 LOAD5Y5 error occurred.

--The segment or portion named was at an
incorrect level for the system.
--The text decks were not loaded into the
segaent or were incorrectly loaded into
the segment.

User Action: Use the SET DOS com.and to
activate
or
deactivate
the
CBS/DOS
environment and reissue the com.and.
Action: For DK55ET, RC = 4.
For
D!5115, no return code is issued.
The command is not executed. The system
status remains the same.

~!y

099W GENERATION
VK/370

PARAMETEBS

INCOKPATIBLE

WITH

Explanation: The parameters specified on
the HOST macro in the stage one input
streaa for an NCP or PEP control prograa
were not equal to the values required by
VK/370.
The
control program
may not
operate correctly if used by V~310.
(This
message does not prohibit saving or loading
the control program.
It may not indicate
an error if the VB/370 generation and load
procedures are used for a 3704/3105 control
program intended for use by a virtual
aachine systea other than VK/370.)

the
command,
User
Action:
Reissue
specifyir:.g a val!.d nalle. If the problem
support
system
persists,
call
your
personnel.
101E BATCH NOT LOADED

1.

The CM5BATCH co.mand was issued after
the first carriage return followinq
1FL, or

Conversational Konitor System (CBS) Bessages

125

DMS
2.

3.

The CMSBATCH module encountered errors
trying to load the DMSBTP TEXT S2 file
(Batch processor).
See the
LOAD
command for possible errors, or
The CMSBATCH module could not locate
the DMSBTPAB entry point in DMSBTP
while searching the loader tables. At
this point DMSBTP has already been
loaded.

~te~ Acti~:

At this point, the operator
has a normal CMS interactive machine, not a
batch machine.

User !ctio~: If the explanation is (1)
follow start-up procedure
(starting with
1PL) • If it is (2)
or (3). contact your
system support personnel.
Routi~g: This
message is displayed
Batch
Faci1itv
console
at
initialization time.

101S 'SPECS'

TEMP STRING

at the
Batch

STORAGE EXHAUSTED

AT

~xp1a~1ion:

A specification list was so
long that the storage area reserved for
storing
specification
strings
was
exhausted.

Action: RC = 88
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~I.2te~

Q~ A£1iQ~:

Copy the file twice, possibly
using the OVLY option a second time, so
that
less string storage is needed each
.L': _ _

104S ERROR
DISK

FROM

Code Meaning
-1- The specified file was not found.
The buffer area is not within user
2
storage 1i.its.
A permanent disk read error occurred.
3
This lIayoccur if you link to and
access another user's disk, and try to
read a file that was refi1ed by its
owner after you issued the ACCESS
commando.- Reissue the ACCESS command
and try to read the file again.
The number of records is less than
5
zero or more than 32768.
1
The fixed/variable flag in the file
status table entry is not F or V.
8
The given storage area was smaller
than the actual size of the records
read.
(This error is valid if reading
the first portion of a large record
into a small buffer. It does not cause
the function to terminate.)
9
The file is open for writinq and must
be closed before it can be read.
Only one record can be read for a
11
variab1e--1ength file.
In this case,
the number of records is qreater than
1.
12
An unexpected end of file occurred
(the record number specified exceeds
the number of records in the file).
13
A variable-length file has an invalid
displacement i~ the active file table.

An invalid
15

25
input fi1eids

ft fml

An
unrecoverable
error
eccurred while reading the file from disk.
nn indicates the nature of the error; it
may be one of the following:

102S TOO MANY FILEIDS
Too many

FILE Ifn

~!~nati~:

l.,.I..t::.

~lanation:

Inn' READING

were

specified.

26

RC = 88
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

21

Us~£ ActiQ~: To correct this situation, use
two COPYFILE
commands, specifying
the
APPEND option with the second one.

~!e.

~yste~ ActiQ~:

character

WaS

detected in

the filename.
An invalid character was detected in
the fi1etype.
Insufficient
virtual
storage
is
available.
Requested item number is negative, or
item number plus
number of items
exceeds file system capacity.
An attempt vas made
to update a
variable-length item with one of a
different length.

Action: RC = 100
Execution halts. The system remains in the
same status as before the command vas
entered.

103S NUMBER OF SPECS EXCEEDS MAX 20
Exp1a~tion:

More than

20

specifications

were entered.
RC = 88
Execution of the co.mand is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

For DftSEDI, the edit session is terminated.
If the error occurred
during a RENUM
operation, the vorkfi1e is erased and the
file being edited remains unchanged.

~yste!! Acti~:

User Action: Use more than one COPYFILE
coiiand;-possib1y specifying OVLY after the
first one.

For DMSDSL, the condition
file is unpredictable.

of the

DOSLIB

For DMSLBM, the condition
file is unpredictable.

of the

!ICLIB

For the TAPE co.mand, if the DEN, TRTCH,
7TRICK, or 9TRACK options were specified,
the mode set byte has been set for the
specified device (TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3,
126

IBM VM/370 System Messages

D!S
4}
or T!P1 ~
So.e records
written on tape.

.ay have

been

JIIIean;nq
An attempt has been made to skip over
an unwritten variable-length i tell.
The number of bytes was not specified.
The
file is
already active
for
reading.
The maxillull number of CMS files (3400)
has been reached.
The fixed/variable flag is not F or V.
The disk is not a CBS read/write disk.
The disk is full (recoverable error).
The number of bytes to be written is
not integrally divisible by the number
of records to be written.
The length of this record is not the
same as that of the previous record.
The fixed/variable flag is not the
same as that of the previous record.
A variable-length record is greater
than 65K bytes.
The number of records is greater than
1 for variable-length file.
The maximum number of data blocks per
file (16060) has been reached.
An invalid character has been detected
in filename.
An invalid character has been detected
in filetype.
Virtual storage capacity
has been
exceeded.
Insufficient
virtual
storage
is
available.
Attempt to update a variable length
item with one of another len~th.

Cod~

7

User ActioA: If you can determine the
problem from the "Explanation" and remedy
the condition, reissue the command. If not,
retry the command and
if the problem
persists,
call
your
system
support
personnel.
For D!SDGL, verify DOSLIB integrity
the DOSLIB !AP command.

with

For D!SLBM. verify !I1CI.IB integrity
the MAC LIB IUP comman d';"

with

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

For D!SLIO and D!SMOD, reissue the entire
LOAD/INCLUDE sequence after checking the
error conditions.

16

For error code 109 1 , issue an FSCLOSE macro
for the file.
If a permanent disk read
error occurs (code 3), it may be the result
of the user having detached a virtual disk
without releasing it. CBS, not realizing
that the disk is no longer part of the
virtual machine, assumes that the disk is
still active and encounters an error when
it tries to read or write the file:

18

If a permanent disk read error occurs (Code
3), it may be the result of the user having
detached a virtual disk without releasing
it. CBS, not realizing that the disk is no
longer part of the virtual machine, assumes
that
the disk
is
still active
and
encounters an error when it tries to read
or write the file.

17

19
20
21
22
25
26
26

(Basic System Extensions) - - Requested item number is negative, or
item number plus
number of items
exceeds file system capacity.

105E NO JOB CARD PROVIDED
Explanation: The first record of
job was not a /JOB card.

the user
~j:y

System Action: The
batch facility has
flushed the user job and continued with the
next user job.
User Action: Resubmit the job to the batch
facility with the first record of the job
in batch facility /JOB format.
Bouting: This message is displayed at the
Batch Facility console during user job
execution.
105S EBROR
DISK

Innl WRITING

FILE Ifn

The

For DftSDSK, the reader file is saved. The
status of the output file is unpredictable.
For DftSEDI, the edit session termina tes.
The status of the file is as it was before
the edit session or at the execution of the
last SAVE subcommand or automatic save. The
RENUft workfile is erased. A workfile, EDIT
C!SUT1, may have been created on the input
disk.

ON

For DftSDSL, the condition
file is unpredictable.

of the

DOSLIB

Explanation:
An
unrecoverable
error
occurred
while writing
on disk.
nn
indicates the nature of the error; it may
be one of the following:

For DMSLBft, the condition
file is unpredictable.

of the

KACLIB

ft

{fm} I

Action: BC
100
Execution of the command terminates.
system status remains the same.

Code Beaning
-2- The virtual storage address is o.
4
The first character mode is invalid.
The second character mode is invalid.
5
6
The number of records in the file is
too large; it cannot exceed 65,533.

For DftSLBT, D!SLST, DftS!OD, DMSSRT, D!STPD,
and D!SUPD# the status of the output file
is unpredictable~
For DftSRDC, the reader is closed with
HOLD status to preserve the file.

a

For D!STPE, if the DEN, TRTCH, 7TRACK, or
9TRACK options were specified, the lIodeset
Conversational Monitor system (CMS) Messages

127

D8S
byte has been set for the specified device
(TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3, 4) or TAP1. The
status of the output file is unpredictable.
The tape may not be in the same position as
before the command was entered.

displayed.
If it is a CP LINK command,
more than ten LINK commands have been
issued without compensating DETACH commands
or a possible error has occurred in the
LINK command itself.

User !£!ion: If you can determine the
problem from the "Explanation" above and
remedy the condition, reissue the command.
If not, reissue the command and if the
problem persists, call your system support
personnel.

~!emAction:

For DMSDSL, use the DOSLIB "AP function to
verify DOSLIB integrity.
For DMSLBK, use the "ACLIB KAP function to
verify MACLTB integrity.
For
DMSLIO, reissue
the
LOAD/INCLUDE
seguence from the beginning, after checking
the above error conditions.

CKS continues
command in the user job.

with the next

User Action: Do not resubmit this command
with any ~atch job.
If this was a LINK
command reject, check to be sure the LINK
command is correct or not more than ten
LINK commands have been issued without
compensating DETACH commands.
Reissue the
LINK command after detaching another disk.
Routing: This message is displayed at the
batch facility console during user job
execution. It will appear on the spooled
console output sheet.
107S DISK 'mode {(cuu)}' IS FULL

106E JOB CARD FORMAT INVALID
Explanati~: There
is not enough space on
the specified disk to write the file.

~xplana!iQ!!:

1.
2.
3.

The batch facility detected a missing
or invalid userid or missing account
number on the user /JOB card, or
The userid (if provided) does not
exist in the V"/370 directory, or
A
user
IJOB card
exit
routine
(B1TEXIT2) returned a nonzero return
code in general register 15.

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the co.mand is terminatea.
Some records of the output file may have
been written out.

~!em

User Action: Erase some files from the disk
and reissue the command.

~te~

!ction: The batch facility flushes
the user job and continues with the next
user job.

10BE /SET CARD FORMAT INVALID
~!§J!ation:

~~ A~~~2B;

Restihmit the

JUD ~u

the hatch

facility with a valid userid and an account
number in the batch facility /JOB card.
]Quting: This message is displayed at the
batch facility console during user job
execution.
106S NUMBER OF MEMBER NAMES
FILE 'fn ft' NOT ADDED
~~ns!iQ!!:

dictionary
1000.

EXCEEDS MAl 'nnnn'.

The number of entries in the
has exceeded the maximum of

!£iiQn: RC = 88
The system tries to write the dictionary up
to and including the previous text deck;
then
it terminates
execution of
the
cOllmand.
~Y2te~

User Action:
Either
delete unnecessary
members--from the library and retry, or
start another library.

invalid

The batch

information on

facility

detected

user=s /SET

card.

Possible errors include:
•

No blank delimiters between entries

•

Invalid keywords

•

Noninteger values for settings

•

Values
for
settings
installation limits.

greater

than

~!~

Action: The user job is flushed and
the next batch job is started.
Us~~

Action: Correct the /SET card and
resubmit the job to the Batch Facility.

Rou!ing: This message is displayed at the
batch facility console during user job
execution.
It appears
on the spooled
console out'put sheet.
108S KORE THAN 8 LIBRARIES SPECIFIED
~!S!!atiQ!!:

NOT

Only eight
KICLIBs (macro
libraries) or TITLIBs (text libraries) may
be specified with a GLOBAL command.

Ex£1sns!iQ!!: The named CP or CMS command is
not allowed under the CKS batch facility.
If it is a CP command, the device is also

System Ac!ion: RC = 88.
Execution of the command is terminated. The
old M1CLIB or TITLIB list is clearea.

107E CP/CMS COMMAND
ALLOWED

128

'command,

IBM VM/370 System Messages

{dev ice} ,

DMS

User ActiQ~: Regenerate the MACLIBs or
members from other
TITLIBs to include
KACLIBs or TXTLIBs, thereby reducing the
required for this
number of libraries
terminal session.

-

(Basic System Extensions)

For PRELOAD, either the initial request for
a large block of storage failed, or storage
was exhausted during suballocation of the
block while processing normally.

109E {CPUIPRINTERIPUNCH} lIKIT EXCEEDED
~xplanation:

A user job exceeded the named
limit during execution.
The limit was
determined either by the user job through a
/SET control card or by default to the
installation settings.

~tem

Action: The user job is flushed and
the next batch job is started.

User Action: If the results are unexpected,
debug--the-job before resubmitting it to
batch.
Routing: This message is displayed at the
batch facility console during user job
execution. It will appear on the spooled
console output sheet.
109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
Explanation:
There is
no more
space
available in
your virtual
machine to
successfully complete execution
of the
command. Subsequent execution of certain
CMS commands may cause the same problem.
For DMSACC,
insufficient free
storage
remains to access the specified disk.
For DMSAMS, Access Method Services was
unable to obtain free storage for the
terminal buffer to read the tape ddnames.
For DMSBWR,
a write
buffer operation
attempted to write beyond the limits of the
virtual machine's storage.
For DKSFCH, either the phase being fetched
would exceed FREELOWE, or in the case of
fetchinq
a $$B
transient phase,
the
transient routine would exceed the end of
the transient area.
For
DKSHlP,
not enough
storage
was
available
to either
load the
DKSHlD
communication module or
acquire buffer
space to format the HELP text file.

~!em

Action:
DKSBWR passes a return code of 22 to the
program that called it, which then passes a
return code of 104. DMSSMN is terminated
abnormally with
abend code
X'804' or
X'80A'. DMSVIP abends with CMS abend code
X'177'. All other modules that issue this
message pass
a return
code of
104;
execution of the command is terminated, and
the system status remains the same.

For DKSACC, the disk is not accessed. Any
disk already accessed at the specified
point in the search order is released, but
not detached.
For DMSOVR,
was on.

For DMSLIO, the loading of text files has
caused either the transient area or user
area limit to be exceeded. Text file sizes
are determined by the length fields of ESD
statements.
An incorrect
value in the
length field of an ESD statement may cause
this condition.
For DKSSOP, the storage to be used for
saving the original DCB is not available.

turned off

if it

For DMSLBM, if additions were beinq made to
the MACLIB (GEN, ADD, or REP functions), it
contains all successful
additions made
before storage was exceeded.
For DMSSOP,
terminated.

opening

of

the

file

is

User Action: You can use the CP DEFINE
comman~ increase the size
of the
virtual machine, or issue the CMS command
RELEASE for any disk no longer needed, to
free some of the virtual machine storaqe.
1PL CPlS again and reenter the command. Alternatively, you can do the followinq:
For DKSARN, DKSSKN, and DMSTPD, reduce the
size of the program and retry.
For DKSDLB, clear old definitions that are
no longer needed, and retry.
For DMSLBM, issue the KACLIB PlAP command to
determine the contents of MACLIB. Define
additional
storage with
a CP
DEFINE
command. Continue
processing with
the
remaining additions.
For

For DMSLBK, not enough virtual storage was
available to contain the MAelIB dictionary.

SVCTRACE is

DPiSLIO,

redefine

loading locations
virtual storage
DEFINE. Reissue
the entire LOAD/INCLUDE sequence.
(?rigin~
or redefine the
s~ze us~ng
the CP command

109T VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
Explanat!~!

There is insufficient virtual
storage available
for file
management
control blocks.
~!~~

Action: The
virtual machine is
placed ~n a disabled wait state and the
disk is not updated.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Messages

129

DMS
User Action: Issue the CP command DEFINE to
size of the virtual machine,
IPL CKS again and reenter the command.
increi~~-the

110E CORRECT FORM IS:
(SEGNAME)
- - -

In some cases, Loader messages may precede
this message. If this occurs, refer to the
Loader message and follow the user action
given.

{DOSGENICKSXGEN} LOCATION

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

110E CORRECT FORK IS: {DOSGENICKSXGENICKSZGEN}
LOCATION (SEGNAKE)

Expla~gliQn: An invalid form
of the DOSGEN
or, CKSXGEN command was specified.
(For
Basic svstem Extensions, an invalid form of
CKSZGEN command was specified.

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~te~

111S ERROR WRITING 'TAPn (cuu) ,
A permanent I/O error occurred
when writing the specified tape.

~l~ation:

System Action: RC = 100
If the DEN, TRTCH,
7TRACK, or 9TRACK
options were specified, the modeset byte
has been set ~. for the specified device
(TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3, 4) or TAP1. The
tape may not be in the same position as
before the command was entered.
User Action: Reissue the command.
If the
error persists, contact your system support
personnel.
112S 'mode (cuu) , DEVICE ERROR

User !ction:
Correct and
reissue the
command. 'segname l
is optional; if you do
not specify it, it defaults to CKSDOS for
DOSGEN and to CKSSEG for CKSXGEN.
(For
Basic system Extensions, DKSZGEN default to
CKSZER. )

An error was encoun tered in
trying to access the disk, either because
it is an unsupported device, or because an
I/O error occurred while reading in the
master file directory from the device.

~!anati.QJ!:

Action: RC = 100.
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains
the same unless
another disk was replaced by this access,
as indicated by message DftSACC724I.

~!~

110S ERROR READING 'TAPn {(cuu)}'
A permanent I/O error occurred
while reading the specified tape, or the
tape is not attached.

~xplanation:

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.
For the TAPE commanu, if the DEN, TRTen,
7TRACK, or 9TRACK options were specified,
the modeset byte has been set for the
specified device (TAPi, where: i = 1, 2, 3,
4) or TAP1. The tape may not be in the
same position as before the command was
entered.

~tem

User Action: If the tape is attached, make
sure that it is the correct tape; rewind
the tape via the TAPE REW command, position
the tape, and retry. If the error persists,
check the format of the tape for parity
errors, missing tape marks, etc.
For the
TAPEKAC command, if the problem persists,
use the OS utility IEHKOVE to create the
PDS again on another tape.
111E {DOSGENICKSXGENICKSZGEN} FAILED DUE TO LOAD
ERRORS
Expla~tiQn: Errors occurred when trying to
load (using the Loader) CKS text decks into
the discontiguous saved segment.

System !ctign RC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
y~

ActiQn: Print or display the file on
the A-disk with filename and filetype 'LOAD
KAP', which contains diagnostic messages.

130

IBM VM/370 System Kessages

User Action: If this is the first time that
you are using this CKS disk, use the FORMAT
command to format it. Reissue the command.
If ~ne prOD~em
pers~s~s,
contact your
system support personnel.
113S {modeIDEVICEIDISKIPRIRTERIPURCHIREADERITAPnl
TAPIR I TAPOUT} (cuu) ROT ATTACHED
Explanation: The specified device is not
attached to the virtual machine. If the
message is issued for a tape, it also may
mean that the tape has not been mounted or
the device is not ready.
~!~

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains
the same unless
another disk was replaced by this access,
as indicated by message DKSACC724I.
User Action: If the specified device is a
disk, issue the CP command LINK to attach
the disk to the virtual machine, or ask the
system operator to attach the disk to yoor
virtual machine.
If the specified device is a printer,
punch, or reader, use the CP com.and DEFINE
to attach it to your virtual machine.
If the specified device is a tape drive,
ask the system operator to attach or mount
the tape and ready the device.
Then reissue the command.

OMS
114E 'fn ft fml NOT
{NOT} ACTIVE

LOADED; CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT

116S LOADER TABLE OVERFLOW
Explanation: There are too many entry-point
or control-section names in the loader
table built during loading.

Explanation: Either the CMS/DOS environment
is active and you are trying to load a
program that uses OS macros, or the CMS/DOS
environment is not active and you are
trying to load a program that uses DOS
macros. Neither of these situations is
allowed.

Systg Action: RC = 104
Loading is terminated.
User Action:

IPL CMS again, redefine the
tables
with the SET
command,
and
issue
the
LOAD/INCLUDE
sequence (for
DMSLIO) or
the LOADMOD
command (for DMSMOD).
number--o~ loader

Action: BC = 40 or -0005
The command is not executed.

~tem

User Action: Use the eftS command SET to set
DOS onoroff, _and reissue the command.
117S ERROR WRITING TO DISPLAY TERMINAL
114S 'cuu' IS AN UNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE

Explanati.Q1!: An I/O error occurred when a
DIAGNOSE command was issued to wri te to a
display terminal during an EDIT session.

(Basic System Extensions) - 1145

vcuu
IS AN
UNSUPPORTED DEVICE,
OR
REQUESTED BLKSIZE IS NOT SUPPORTED FOR THE
DEVICE

Systg Action: RC = 100
The EDIT session is terminated. The virtual
machine is placed in CMS mode.

i

User Acti.Q1!: Retry the EDIT session. If the
problem persists,
contact your
system
support personnel.

Explanati~n: VM/370 does not support either
the attached device or the requested block
size.

.ayste!. Acti.Q1!: RC = 88
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

118S ERROR PUNCHING FILE {'fn ft fm'}
itn!!anati.Q1!: An input/output error
while punching the file.

occurre~

Action: RC = 100
Some of the file may have been punched.
The file being read is closed anc an
attempt is made to close the punch before
terminating the command.

User Action: Attach a
device that is
supported-by V8/370, or issue the command
with a valid block size for the device.

..§.I§!~

115E PHASE LOAD POINT LESS THAN 'address'
User Action: Reissue the command.
problem--persists,
contact your
support personnel.

Explanation: The phase load p01nt is less
than the beginning of the user area.
syste}! Action: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system remains in the same status as before
the routine was entered.

119S UNSUPPORTED FORM OF 'macro' MACRO
~!anation: AIi unsupported or invalid form

of the macro listed in the messaqe has been
executed by a user program.

User Action: Ensure that the phase load
point -is--qreater than or equal to the
beginning of the user area by altering
linkage-editor control statements.

Action: CMS is terminated abnormally
with an abend code of X'400'.

..§.I§!~.!!

Us~~
Action: Check your program for an
invalid or unsupported form of the macro
listed in the message.

115S {CONVERSIONI {7191-TRACKI {80016250} BPII
TRANSLATIONIDUAL-DENSITY} FEATURE NOT
SUPPORTED ON DEVICE 'cuu'
Exlli~:ti.Q!!:

The us-er has specified a tape
mode setting that requires a feature not
supported by the attached real device.
Systej! jction: RC = 88
The system remains Unchanged; the
device has not been repositioned.

If the
system

120S

!INrOIT~PUT

ERROR CODF 'nn' ON 'ddname'

Expl~ati.Q1!:

returned from
PUT macro.

The indicated error code was
an OS READ, WRITE, GET, or

tape

User jcti.Q1!: Reissue the command using mode
options (nTFACK, DEN, TRTCH) appropriate
for the attached device; or attach a device
with the appropriate features.

The error code in the message is supplied
only if the error was an INPUT or OUTPUT
error, not if it was a FIND, POINT, BSP, or
some other type of operation error. Error

Conversational Monitor system (eMS) Messaqes

131

DMs
codes differ for the various types of
devices.
Error code meanings are listed
below.

Cod~

255

For DKssCT,
CKs issues this message if an
I/O error is encountered by an as CLOSE
macro or if an I/O error is encountered by
an as CHECK, GET, or PUT macro and a
sYNADAF routine is not specified by the
user.
For DMssVT, this message is built by the
simulation routine for the sYNADAF macro;
it is issued by a user sYNAD routine.
If
the message is printed by an as program
product sYNAD routine, the sYNAD routine
usually places a message number of its own
in front of the message number listed above
and append some information of its own to
the end of the message.
syst~!!! Act ion:
For DKSsCT and DKsSBS, CKS is terminated
abnormally with an abend code of 1.

For DKSSVT,
execute.

the

program

continues

For DKSFCH, FC
100 and execution
command is terminated.

to

of the

User Action:
Use the
error code
to
determine the correct message and possible
cause of the error.

Code 1!~~!!i!!g
254 BSAK, BPAM, or BPAK-CHECK was called
with an unposted FCB specified.

Note:
All errors except 8 (above)
cause
execution of the command to terminate.
Error 8 is valid if reading the first
portion of a large record into a small
buffer.

Code li~lli
filetype
was not
1 The filename or
specified, or is invalid.
2 The virtual storage address is zero.
4
The first character mode was invalid.
5 The second character mode was invalid.
The number of records in the file is
6
too large; it cannot exceed 65,533.
7 An attempt was made to skip over an
unwritten variable-length item.
8
The number of bytes was not specified.
9
The file
was already
active for
reading.
10 The maximum number of CKs files (3500)
was reached.
11 The fixed/variable flag was not F or

v.

12

The mode is 5
read-only disk.

13

The disk is full.

14

The number of bytes to be written is
not integrally divisible by the number
of records to be written.
The length of this item is not the
same as the previous item.
The fixed/variable flag is not the
same as that of the previous record.
A variable-length item is greater than
65K bytes.
The number of items is greater than 1
for variable-length file.
The maximum number of data blocks per
file (16060) was reached.
An invalid character was detected in
the filename.
An invalid character was detected in
the filetype.
BDAM or BSAM (CREATE) - either:
1.
A specification error occurred,
or
2.
An I/O
error occurred
while
reading or writinq KEYS, or
3.
The
XTENT
option
was
not
specified in the FILEDEF command,
or the XTENT was too small.
BPA! - An I/O error occurred while
reading in or writing out the
directory of a MACLIB file.

1!g~ing

3

5
7
8

9

11

12
13

80

132

The file was not found.
The virtual storage
area was not
within the limits
of the virtual
machine.
A permanent disk error occurred.
The number of items was zero.
The fixed/variable flag in FsT entry
was not F or V.
The given storage area was smaller
than the actual size of the item read.
(Recoverable error;
the
number of
bytes corresponding to the size of the
buffer have been read.)
The file is open for writing; it must
be closed before it can be read.
The number of items is greater than 1,
for a variable-length file.
An unexpected end of file occurred
(the item number specified exceeds the
number of items in the file).
A variable-length file has an invalid
displacement in the active file table.
An I/O error occurred while readinq an
as data set or DOS file.
-

IBM VM/370 System Messages

lieanlli
BDA! or BSA! (CREATE)- either:
1. A specificat ion error occurred,
or
2.
An I/O
error occurred
while
reading or writing KEYS, or
3.
The
XTENT
option
was
not
specified in the FILEDEF command,
or the XTENT was too small.
BPA! - An I/O error occurred while
reading in or wri ti ng out the
directory of a !ACLIB file.

15
16

17
18

19
20

21
255

(system)

or

other

•

SVC 202 (XICAI) and SVC 203 (XICB') are
always
recognized by
thp c~s
SVC
handler, since these SVCs are used to
specify
CMS
system
functions
and
commands.

•

A program may specify an SVC handling
routine by means of the HNDSVC function.
Until cleared, these SVC numbers are
recognized by the SVC handler.

•

certain SVC numbers are supported by the
OS macro simulation routines. There are
two types of these simUlation routines.
The
SVC numbers
supported by
the
storage-resident CMS nucleus are always
recognized by the SVC handler. Those
supported by the disk-resident transient
library are
recognized by
the SVC
handler only if the file DMSSVT module
can be found.

•

Certain SVC numbers are supported by the
DOS lIacro simUlation routines.
The SVC
numbers supported by the shared segment
resident routine are "always recognized
by the SVC handler.

Code l1eani.!!.9:
2 Invalid code - no read was issued.
12 A nu 11 line or end-of-file condition
was encountered.
CONSOLE OUTPU1
None.

Code Meaning

--1- An invalid function or option list was

encountered.
A permanent I/O error occurred.
An invalid device identification was
4
specified.
5 The tape was not attached.
Code Meaning
-"6 The tape is file protected.
7 A serious tape error occurred.
8 Incorrect length error.
end-of-file
or
end-of-tape
12 An
condition was encountered.
3

--,

COde Meaning
The buffer size is too large.
2 Channel 12 was sensed (virtual 3211
only).
3 Channel 9 was sensed
(virtual 3211
only).
5 An unknown error occurred.
100 The
device is
not attached,
or
intervention is required.

code Meaning
-2- The file was not read.
3
An unknown error occurred.
4
The device is not operational.
was not egual
to the
5 The count
reguested count.
8 The given storage area was smaller
than the actual size of the item read.
(Recoverable error; the
nUllber of
bytes corresponding to the size of the
buffer have been read.)
12 End of file was reached.
100 The device is not attached.

System Action: After the error message is
displayed, no further action is taken.
Control returns to the routine that made
the SVC.
For DMSDOS,
RC
100, and
execution of the command terminates.
User Action:
To stop execution of the
program,
type HX.
You can remove the
specified SVC
call from
the caller's
program, or
use the CMS
SVC handler
function
(HNDSVC)
to
provide your own
routine to handle the specified SVC.
122S ERROR IN C1LL TO routine FROM
CODE nnn (HEX XXXIXX)

addr, ERROR

~lanation:

A
CftS SVC
(202
or 203)
instruction was executed, and no provi sion
was made for an error return from the
routine processing the SVC.
Nonetheless,
an error occurred.
"nnn" is the return
code, in decimal, issued by the routine
given in the message; "xxxxxx" is the same
return code, in hexadecimal.

~!~

Action:
The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X I OF3 1 •

Code Meaning
An unrecoverable unit check occurred.
3 An unknown error occurred.
4
The device is not operational.
100 The device is not attached.

-2

121S UNSUPPORTED SVC
addr

svc (HEX

xx) CALLED

FROM

Expla~ation:

The caller issued an SVC,
specifying a number that was not recognized
by the CMS or CMS/DOS SVC handler.
The
CKS
SVC handler
following SVC numbers:

recognizes

the

Use~ Acti~:
If you enter DEBUG and type
GO, control returns to the point to which a
normal
return would
have been
made.
Register 15 contains the error code.

123S ERROR Innl PRINT PUNCHING FILE Ifn ft fill
Explanation: An I/O error vas encountered
while attempting to print
or punch a
record. Refer to message DftSxxx120s for an
explanation of error codes.
Action: RC = 100
The output device is closed and execution
of the cOlllland is terminated.

~!~

Conversational ftonitor System (CftS)

ftessages

133

DMS

User Action:
Use the
error code
to
determi;;-possible cause of error. Reissue
the command, and if the error persists,
contact your system support personnel.

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~~em

User Acti~: Correct the condition causing
the I/O error, and reissue the command.
124S ERROR READING CARD FILE
j~la~~!iQn:

A permanent input/output error
occurred when reading a specified file.

129S I/O ERROR ON OUTPUT WRITING RECORD HUMBER
nnnn: OUTPUT ERROR code ON ddname
The SYNAD exit was taken in
response to an OPEN, PUT, or CLOSE macro on
the DCB for the specified ddname. The
meaning of the error code can be found in
the explanation of message DMSxxx120S in
this manual.

~I2i~!

~lanation:

User Action: Reissue the command. If the
error-Perslsts, contact your installation
support personnel.

~!~~

ActiQn: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated. The
reader is closed with the HOLD option to
attempt to preserve the file.

!ction: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

125S PERMANENT UNIT CHECK ON DISK 'mode(cun)'
An unrecoverable
occurred on the specified disk.

~xplanation:

I/O

error

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.
Some cylinders may have been formatted. If
so, the nqmber is indicated by message
DMSFOR732I.

~2te.!!!

User Action: Contact
personner:-126S ERROR
{RFADIWRIT}ING
'mode (cuu) ,

your system

LABEL

An unrecoverable
occurred on the specified disk.

jxplangii~:

support

ON

DISK

I/O

error

,Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

User Action: Correct the condition causinq
the I/O error, and reissue the command.
130S BLOCKSIZE ON
THAN 9

V FORMAT FILE ddname

IS LESS

Explanation: The FILEDEF for the ddname
specifies a record format (RECF!) of V, but
the specified blocksize (BLOCK) is less
than nine.
Note:
A
block of a
variable length
(V-format)
file begin~ with a four byte
field giving
the S1ze of
the block.
Furthermore, each logical record within the
block begins
with a four
byte field
specifying the size of that logical record.
For that reason, a V-format file cannot
have a blocksize less than nine.

~I.§.te!

User !ctiQn: Contact
personnel.

your system

~Y§tem!£tionz

RC = 88
Execution of the co.mand is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

support
Use~ !cti~: Specify a blocksize of nine or
greater, and retry.

127S UNSUPPORTED DEVICE FOR ddname
131S IPL DEVICE WRITE I/O ERROR
The command does not support
the device specified for the given ddname.
Explanati~:

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the com.and is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

An uncorrectable I/O
occurred while writing the nucleus.

~lanation:

error

~I.2te.!!!

User Action: Reissue the FILEDEF command,
specifyIng- the correct device type, and
retry the command. If the error persists,
call your system support personnel.
128S I/O ERROR ON INPUT
AFTER READING
RECORDS: INPUT ERROR code ON ddname

~te1!

Action: The system continues as if
the user had responded "no" to D!SIHI607R.

User. Action: Bake sure that the nucleus
cylInder-IiUiber is not larger than the size
of the disk. If it is, perform an IPL and
specify the correct cylinder number. If it
is not, call your system support personnel.

nnn
132S FILE 'fn ft fm' TOO LARGE

~lan~iiQn:

The SYNAD exit was taken in
response to an OPEN, GET, or CLOSE macro on
the DCB for the specified ddname. The
meaning of the error code can be found in
the explanation of message DMSxxx120S in
this manual.

134

IBM VM/370 System Messages

ExplanatiQn: The specified file is
large for the user's virtual machine.

too

D!S
svstem Action: RC = 88
Ex~~~tion of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
User Action: Split the file, or use the CP
com.and DEFINE to increase the size of the
virtual machine, and reissue the command.
133S INVALID GETHAIN OR FREEHAIN SPECIFICATION
Explanation: Either the user passed invalid
parameters or the GETHAIN or FREEHAIN chain
has been destroyed.
System Action: The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X'704', X'70S',
X'804', X'80A', i'90S', X'90A', X'A05', or
X'AOA'.
possible GETHAIN or
errors in the user

User Action: Check for
FREEHAIN specification
program.
134S UNSUPPORTED
addr.

SVC 203

CODE

nn CALLED

User Action: Verify
whether sufficient
virtual storage is available to run Access
Hethod Services under CHS/iSA!. If not,
define a larger virtual machine, IPL CHS
again,
and reissue
the command.
If
sufficient storage was available, contact
your system support personnel.
136T SVC CALL FROH addr
INTSVC. RE-IPL CHS

ILLEGALLY

RE-ENTERS

Explanation: The CHS nucleus has failed.
An
SVC
instruction
was
executed
unexpectedly by the CHS nucleus before
interpretation of the preceding SVC call
had been completed.
System Action: The system is terminated by
loading a disabled wait state PSi.
User Action: Issue the CP DU!P command to
get a dump of virtual storage, save the
output, and
call your
system support
personnel. Then IPL CHS again.

FRO!
137S ERROR nn ON STATE FOR fn ft

Explanation: SVC 203 was executed, and the
halfword
code
following it
was
not
recognized by the system.
System Actio~: The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X' OF1' •
User Actio~: If you enter DEBUG and type
GO, control returns to the point following
the SVC call.
13SS !AXIHU! SiC DEPTH 20 HAS BEEN EXCEEDED iITH
CALL AT addr
Expla~!io~:

SiC recursion occurs when one
SiC handling
routine executes
an SVC
instruction which
invokes another
SVC
handling routine which, in turn, executes
an SiC instruction. This can happen, for
example, when EXEC files make nested calls
to other EXEC files.
The CBS system does not allow the nesting
level of SVCs to exceed 20, or the nesting
level of EXECs to exceed 19.
system Action: The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X'OF2'.
User Action: Type in the next command; this
will cause abend recovery to take place.
136S UNABLE TO LOAD 'IDCAHS'
Explanation: The command
has not been
executed because Access Bethod Services
could not successfully load the DOS/VS
IDCABS Access Bethod Services program.
System Action: RC = 104
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

Explanation:
An error
occurred
while
attempting to determine if a 'fn ft' exists
that must be erased before continuing to
load the tape.
nn indicates the nature of the
aay be one of the following:

error; it

Code Heaning

~ An invalid

36

character appeared
fileid.
The disk is not accessed.

Systg Action: RC = 100
The tape is positioned
file.

within

in the

the

data

User Action: If you can determine the
probleifroiii the "Explanation" and remedy
reissue
the
command.
the
condition,
Otherwise, reissue the command and if the
contact your
system
problem persists,
support personnel.
137T CALL TO routine FRO! addr DESTROYED SYSTEM
SAVE AREA. RE-IPL CBS
Explanation: A critical
system control
block
was
found to
contain
invalid
information upon return from a function or
command.
~tem

Action: The system is terminated by
loading a disabled wait state PSi.
Use~ Act~~n:

IPL eHS again.

138S ERROR nn ERASING fn ft BEFORE LOADING TAPE
Explanati,Q!l: After determininq that there
vas a file named 'fn ft' on the A-disk, an
attempt vas
made to erase
it before
Conversational Monitor System (CBS) Messages

135

D!S
continuing the PDS load from tape. However,
the erase failed for the specified reason.

Explanation: CMSIDOS does not support the
FEOVD, SEOV, or FEOV macros.

l1~i!ning

28
36

140S {FEOVDISEOVIFEOV} MACRO NOT SUPPORTED

The disk is read-only, or the option,
parameter ,mode, or fileid is invalid.
Erase is not allowed.
The file was not found.
The disk is not accessed.

jction: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated. The
tape is positioned within the data file.
~yste~

User Action: Access the A-disk in
mode and-reissue the command.

write

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.

~j:~

User

Action:

Eliminate
the unsupported
program and reissue

;acros~O;- the user

the command.
140T routine ROUTINE CALLED FROM addr DID DMSKEY
WITH NO RESET.
~!~ation:

138T 'DMSKEY' CALL FRO!
addr
STACK, WITH !AX DEPTH 7

OVERFLOWS

KEY

Expla~i!~~Qn:
The
t!SKEY
key
stack
overflowed. For a complete description of
the DMSKEY key stack, see the description
of the D!SKEY macro in the V!t370 System
~~~J!!gr 's Guide.
Syste~
Action: The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X'OF4'.

User A£tiQ~: If you enter DEBUG and type
go, execution continues and the D!SKEY
macro is ignored.
139S TAPE FILE EXCEEDS 9 C!S MACLIBS
~~la~atiQ~:

been created
on the tape.

Nine CMS MACLIBs have already
and there is still more data

USg[ A£~ion: If possible, increase the
ITE!CT value in order to create larger CMS
files. If this is not possible, it may be
necessary to use the TAPPDS command to load
each member as a different file on the disk
and then create the
!ACLIBs from the
individual files using the 8ACLIB command.
RESET'

FROM addr

UNDERFLOWS

Action:
The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X·OF6'.

User Action: If you enter DEBUG and type
"go",-control returns from the function or
command as if the key stack were empty.
141S {DOSGENICMSXGENICMSZGENIDMSZES} FAILED
TO SAVESYS ERRORS

The DMSKEY key stack was empty
and a program routine tried to delete one
more
key from
it.
For a
complete
description of the DMSKEY key stack, see
the description of the DMSKEY macro in the
~11.Q ~y§!em Proll~.!!'!!!'§£"§ .@uide.
~!~.!!

jct~Qn:
The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X'OF5'.

User Action:
If you enter DEBUG and type
"goll,--execution continues and the DMSKEY
macro is ignored.

IEM VM/370 System Messages

DUE

ExplanatiQn: Errors occurred while tryinq
to issue the CP SAVESYS command to save the
discontiguous shared segment.
Action: RC = 100

. ---~--.I,.-!I
Execution of the co ••and is .'-"'.LDU.llCL
The
\..ot::'u.

system status remains the same.
Use~ Action: A CP
error message was issued
before this message. Locate the CP error
message and follow the user action given.

141T exception EXCEPTION
ROUTINE callee
Explanation:
The
exception
occurred
location.

OCCURRED AT
specified
at
the

addr

IN

hardware
specified

KEY

~xplana!~Qn:

136

~Y§j:em

~j:~~

Syst~~ Action: RC = 104
Execution of the command is terminated; the
tape is positioned within the data file.

139T 'DMSKEY
STACK

When control returned from a
command or function, the DMSKEY kev stack
for that command or function was not-empty.
For a complete description of the DMSKEY
key stack, refer to the description of the
DMSKEY
macro
in
the
111L170
Syst~!
Programmer' s Guide.

~j:~.!!

Action: The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X'Oen', where n
depends on the type of exception:
~

o

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C

~

Imprecise
Operation
Privileged operation
Execute
Protection
Addressing
Specification
Decimal data
Fixed-point overflow
Fixed-point divide
Decimal overflow
Decimal divide
Exponent overflow

DMS

n
D
E

F

143T exception EXCEPTION OCCURRED AT addr
SYSTEM ROUTINE callee. IPL CMS again

1Y.2~

Exponent underflow
Significance
Floating-point divide

User Action:
Enter DEBUG
the Psw--and registers at
exception.

in

~1anation:

The
specified
hardware
exception occurred in a CMS system routine.

mode to examine
the time of the

Syst~1!!
Action:
The CMS system halts
loading a disabled wait state PSi.

by

U~~

142S SAVED SYSTEM NAME 'name' INVALID
~la~lj,.Q!!=

The name specified with the
SET command was not the same as one of the
labels in the 5Y5NAME5 table; that is, it
was not CMSSEG, CMSDOS, CMSA~S, or CMSVSAM.

.§y§tem Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
User
Action:
Reissue
specifying a-valid name.

the

Acti.Q!!: You may continue processinq
(with DEBUG) by using the CP command STORE
PSW to turn off the wait state bit in the
virtual PSi, leaving the address field
unmodified; then type BEGIN.
Note, however, that the exception may have
occurred in a vital system function, and so
the system may no longer function properly •
You may even lose your read/write disks~
If this happens, IPL eMS again.

command,
1445 REQUESTED FILE IS IN ACTIVE STATUS

142T exception EXCEPTION OCCURRED AT addr IN
ROUTINE routine DURING 'SPIEl EXIT ROUTINE
Explanatj,on:
The
exception occurred
routine.

specified
during
a

hardware
SPIE exit

Syste1!! Action: The system abends with abend
code X'OCn', where!! depends on the type of
exception.
!!

o

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F

fi~

Imprecise
Operation
Privileged operation
Execute
Protection
Addressing
specification
Decimal data
Fixed-point overflow
Fixed-point divide
Decimal overflow
Decimal device
Exponent overflow
Exponent underflow
Significance
Floating-point divide

User Action:
Enter DEBUG
the-P5W--and registers at
exception.

~lanation:

The fileid specified in the
EDIT command line is
that of a file
currently in use, or in active status. Th~
read pointer for the file may be at any
record in the file, which would cause that
record to be read into storage by the
Editor as the first record in the file.
A
subsequent FILE or
SAVE command would
result in loss of records prior to the
first record
read into
storaqe. This
problell could exist if an EXEC is being
executed which includes an EDIT command
specifying the fileid of the EXEC.

~!em

Action: Execution of the command is
terminated. The system status remains the
same.

User Action: Ensure that the file is not
active when the EDIT comlland is issued. In
the EXEC example, change the EXEC and issue
the EDIT command separately.
144T exception EXCEPTION OCCURRED AT
ROUTINE callee WHILE 'UFDBUSY' =
CMS AGAIN

mode to examine
the time of the

addr IN
xx. IPL

Explanati.Q!!: A program exception occurred
in a routine that updates the user file
directory for a
read/write disk.
The
UFDBUSY flags are defined in the FVSSECT of
the VM/370 Data Areas and £.Qn.!.~.Q1 Bloc~
Logic man ual.

143S UNABLE TO LOAD SAVED SYSTEM OR LOAD MODULE
~!g1!!

]xpla!!atj,.Q!!: Neither a CMS segment
EDHAIN load module is availatle.

nor an

Action: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~tem

Access a disk with an EDHAIN
the SET command to ensure
that the CMSSEG entry in the SYSNAMES table
contains the name of an available CMS
segment.

Action:
The CMS system halts
loading a disabled wait state PSi.

by

User Action: You can continue processing by
using the-Cp command STORE PSi to turn off
the wait state bit in the virtual PSi,
leaving the address field unmodified; then
type BEGIN.

User Action:

MODUL~-or-use

Note, however, that the exception may have
occurred in a vital system function, and so
the system lIay no longe r functi on properl y.
You may even lose your read/write disks.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Messages

137

D!S
149T nnn (HEX xxx) DOUBLEWORDS OF SYSTE! STORAGE
HAVE BEEI DESTROYED. RE-IPL CftS

145S INTERVENTION REQUIRED ON {PRINTERIPUNCH}
Explanation: This message is issued if:
•
•

The punch or printer is not ready.
Spooling space is exhausted while a file
is being punched or printed.

Syste~ }ction: Re = 100
If the punch or printer was not ready, the
system
status remains
the same.
If
spooling space was exhausted, the file has
been punched or printed up to the point
where the space ran out, and the system
operator
has
been
notified
of
the
condition.
Q~

!cti2D: Ready the punch or printer via
the CP READY co.mand.
If spooling space
was exhausted,
ask the
V!/370 system
operator when
spooling space
will be
available for punching or printing the file
again.
- - -

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

147R IS THE SHARED S-DISK Y-DISK DIRECTORY TO BE
USED WITH THIS SYSTE!? YES NO
ExplanatioB: Since the shared directories
are copies of the current in-storage UFDS,
the segment must be generated on the same
level system to use the segment.
System Action: lone.
User

If the currently generated
wrong level or the shared
directory feature is not wanted, reply
'10'.
A reply of 'YES' causes the current
in-stoLage S-STAT OL i-STAT to be copied
into the C!SZER segment and saved with the
named seqment.
If you reply '10' to this
S-DISK message, the system will also bypass
erasing the Y-DISI.

Explanation: In attempting to recover from
a system abend, the abend recovery routine
discovered invalid data in some critical
system storage area.
~Y2!~

Action: The C!S system halts
loading a disabled wait state PSi.

by

User Action: If you wish to continue abend
recovery, use the CP STORE command PSW to
turn off the wait state bit, leaving the
address field unmodified; then type BEGIN.
However, the system may
be unable to
continue operating properly, and, in the
worst case, you may destroy your read/write
disks.
150i nnn (HEX xxx) DOUBLEWORDS OF SYSTE! STORAGE
WEB E lOT RECOVERED
Explanation: In attemptin~ to recover from
a system abend, not all system storaqe was
recovered.
System Action: Abend recovery proceeds as
if storage recovery had been successful.
Use~ Acti~:

You may continue processing;
your program should be executed correctly.
lote, however, that the amount of storage
available to your program is reduced by the
amount shown in the message.

Action:

system--rs~he

152T SYSTE! ABEID xxx CALLED FRO! addr
'UFDBUSY' = xx. RE-IPL C!S

WHILE

Explanation: A system abend occurred in a
routine
that
updates the
user
file
directory for a . read/write disk.
The
UFDBUSY flags are defined in the FVSSBCT of
the V8/370 Data Areas and ~.2.Dtrol Block
Logic.
~tem

148T SYSTE!

ABE~D

Action: The system is terminated by
loading a disabled wait state PSi.

xxx CALLED FRO! 'addr'

Expla~!.iQn:
The
system
detected
condition that
made it
impossible
continue execution of
your program
command.

a
to
or

Syste~
}ction:
The system
clears any
stacked input lines and allows you to enter
your next co.mand.

If you enter the DEBUG command, DEBUG mode
is entered with the PSi and registers set
as they were when the abend occurred. If
you enter any other command, the abend
recovery routine releases all your virtual
storage and
reinitializes the
command
handling mechanism before executing your
next command.
User }cti2B: Enter a valid command.

138

IB! '!/370 System !essages

User Action: If you wish to continue abend
recovery, use the CP command STORE PSW to
turn off the wait state bit leaving the
address field unmodified, and type BEGII.
However, the system may
be unable to
continue operating properly, and, in the
worst case, you may destroy your read/write
disks.
153i 'HX' DURING ABEND PROCESSIIG WAS IGIORED
~lanati~:

'HX' was typed while the abend
processing routine was in progress.

System Action: The system ignores the 'HX'
and continues abend processing.

DMS
154T SAVE AREA FOR SVC CALL
ALLOCATED

FRO! addr CANNOT BE

157E LABEL 'label' NOT FOUND IN FILE 'fn ft fa'
Expl~ation:

EX2l!nation: Insufficient free storage is
available to allocate a save area for an
SVC.
Syste~
Action: The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X'OFO'.

User Action: If the abend

was caused by an
(such as
an unending loop;, fix the program and
retry. If not, use the CP DEFINE command to
increase the size of your virtual storaqe,
IPL CMS again, and reissue the command.

error~he application program

The
FRLABEL
option
was
specified in the command line, but the
given label was not found in the specified
input file.
RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same, with the
following exceptions:

~.:tem·Action:

•

•
155T USER ABEND nnnn CALLED FROM addr
Expla~tion: An abend macro was executed at
the specified location.
Syst~~ ~ng
User Action: The system clears
any stacked -Input lines and allows you to
type in your next command.

If you enter the DEBUG command, DEBUG mode
is established with the PSi and registers
set as they were when the abend occurred.
If you enter any other command, the abend
recovery routine releases all your virtual
storage and
reinitializes the
command
handlinq mechanism before executing your
next command.
156E 'FROM nnn' NOT FOUND ONLY 'nnn' RECORDS

FILE 'fn ft fm' HAS

Ir toe

APPEND option was specified and
the copying process began before the
error was discovered, records have been
appended to the output file.
If the NEWFILE (the default), REPLACE,
or OVLY option was specified and the
copying process began before the error
was discovered, then COPYFlLE CMSUT1, on
the output disk, contains the records
copied so far.

User
Action:
Reissue
specifying a valid label.
157S MACLIB LIMIT EXCEEDED {,
WAS '.embername'}

the

command,

LAST KEMBER ADDED

~!anati2n:

While files were beinq added
to a MACLIB, either the maximum CMS file
size (65533 items) was exceeded or the
MACLIB disk space was filled. If the error
was detected while writing the first member
to a MACLIB, the last part of the messaqe
is omitted and message D!SLBM213W is also
issued. Otherwise, the member name of the
last successful addition is displayed.

Explanati2n: The FROM option was given in
the command line to specify the starting
record of the copying operation, but the
specified input file does not contain that
many records.

~tem·Action:

Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same, with the
following exceptions:

User Action: Issue the LISTFILE command to
determine if the number of MAC LIB items is
approaching 65533. If so, no more macros
may be added to the MACLIB: it is at the
CMS file size
liait. Generate another
MACLIB.

~ste~

•

•

If the APPEND option was specified and
the copying process began before the
error was discovered, records have been
appended to the output file.
If the NEiFILE (the default), REPLACE,
or OVLY option was specified and the
copying process began tefore the error
was discovered, then COPYFILE CMSUT1, on
the output disk, contains the records
copied so far.

RC = 88
Execution of the command is termina t.ed.
All successful additions made before the
limit was exceeded are contained in the
MACLIB.

Issue the QUERY command to see if the
MACLIB disk is approximately 97 percent
full.
If so, more disk space must be
found.
Issue the !ACLIB MAP command to
determine the contents of MACLIB.
158E NO CMS/DOS PROCEDURE LIBRARY SUPPORT
~lanation:

•

If in multiple-out put-file mode, several
output files may
have been created
before the error was discovered.

CMS/DOS does not support he
reading or writing of the DOS/VS procedure
library from the user program.
Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.

~stem

User
Action:
. Reissue
the
command,
specifying-a-valid starting record.

Us~~

Action: Correct the ten-byte field
passed to DMSOPL ($$BOPNLB)
to indicate
source library processing.
Then reissue
the command.
Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Messages

139

DMS
159T INSUFFICIENT STORAGE AVAILABLE TO
DMSFREE REQUEST FROM addr

SATISFY

suddenly fails
available. )

when

less

storage

is

jxpla~:tio1!:

A DMSFREE request from the
specified location could not be satisfied.
If the request was variable, then even the
minimum request could not be satisfied.

~!y

!ctiQ1!: The system makes no further
attempt to allocate storage, and takes
further action depending on the type of
DMSFREE call that was made:

•

If the call was conditional (the ERR=
option was specified), a return is made
to the caller with a return code of 4.

•

If the call vas unconditional and made
via SVC 203, a system abend OF1 occurs.

•

If the call vas unconditional and vas
made by specifying TYPCALL=BALR in the
DBSFREE macro,
a system
abend OF8
occurs.

~yste~

•

If the call was conditional (the ERR=
option was specified), a return ~s made
to the caller with a return code of 1.

•

If the call was unconditional and
.ade via svc :203, ~ ~yst~t!I abend
occurs.

•

If the call was unconditional and was
made by specifying TYPCALL=BALR in the
DMSFREE macro,
abend OF8
a system
occurs.

was
OF7

the case of conditional
programmer has presumably
anticipated an error situation, and ·no
further action is required. In the case of
a system abend, issue the DEBUG command to
attempt recovery from the situation.
Us~

Action: The system makes no fUrther
attempt to allocate storage, and takes
further action depending on the type of
DMSFREE call that was made:

User Action: In the case of conditional
requests, the programmer has presumably
anticipated an error situation, and no
further action is required. In the case of
a system abend, use the DEBUG command to
attempt a recovery from the situation.

Action: In

reguest~-the

160S JOB CANCELED DUE TO PROGRAM REQUEST
The job has been canceled
either by a CANCEL macro issued from the
user's program, or from the CBS/DOS routine
when an
error was
encountered during
execution.

~lana:tiQn:

Action: RC = 100
The return code is given if CBS initiated
the cancel.
otherwise, the appropriate
return code, from 0 to 255 (not 100) will
be passed back to the user.
(This is the
return code
passed from the
user to
DMSDOS.)
If the return code passed to
DBSDOS is greater than 255, DMSDOS passes a
special RC = 101.

161S UNEXPECTED ERROR CODE 'nn' ON 'SYSxxx'
An error occurred during an
EXCP (SVC 0) request.
The error code
indicates the type of error that occurred:

~lanation:

Code Beaning
1 No channel program(s)
(CCW)
vas specified in the CCB.
2

The logical unit specified
is unassigned.

3

The device specified for the logical
unit in the CCB is unsupported.

4

An invalid CCW command code was founa.

5

The loqical unit specified in the CCB
is assigned to an unknown disk.

6

An attempt has been made to write to a
DOS-formatted disk.

1

A specified CCW co ••and is unsupported
in CBS/DOS.

a

An attempt has been made to read from
a disk not in CBS, DOS, or OS format.

~!.§tem

User !ction: If the cancel was initiated by
the user's request, no action is needed.
If an error message precedes this message,
follow the user action of the preceding
message.

address

in the CCB

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the routine is terminated.

~!y

160T INVALID DMSFFEE CALL FROM addr
An invalid DBSFREE request was
One of the following has occurred:

Expl~1!atiQn:

made.

140

•

The number of doublewords requested was
zero or negative.

•

For variable
requests, the
minimum
request was greater than the maximum.
(Note that this error is never detected
if the maximum request can be satisfied.
This point can be important where a
program
that has
run
successfully
IBM VM/370 System Messages

User Action:
Use the
error code
to
determine and correct the possible cause of
error.
161T INVALID DBSFRET
NURBER nn

CALL

FROB

addr,

FRROR

An invalid DMSFRET request was
made from the specified address. The error
number indicates the type of error that
occurred:

~lanati~:

OMS
Error
]o~

Use~

ActiQn: 1Ft eMS again.

1i~aning

5

The number of doublewords
was zero or negative.

specified
163T {LOW I HIGH} -CORE
USER
CHAIN
HAS
DESTROYED (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn)

The block of storage being released
was never allocated by DMSFREE. Such
an error is detected if one of the
following is found:

6

The block does not lie entirely
within those sections reserved for
DMSFBEE storage.

•

The block crosses a page boundary
that separates a page allocated for
TYPE=USER storage
from a
page
allocated for TYPE=NUC1EUS storage.

•

The block overlaps another block
already on the free storage chain.

Explanation: The chain
of all storage
elements, from which DMSFREE storage with
TYPE=USER (the default) is allocated, has
been destroyed.
Since
these
storage
pointers
are
unprotected,
a
user
program
may
inadvertently destroy the: without gettinq
a protection violation.
The "internal
error coden in the error messaqe is for
error analysis by system programmers.
Action: The
message DMSFRE165T.

~tem

7

The address given for the block being
released is not doubleword aligned.

Syste~ Action: The system
makes no further
attempt to release the storage block, and
takes further action depending on the type
of DMSFRET call made:

•

If the call was conditional (the ERR=
option was specified), a return is made
to the caller with a return code of 5,
6, or 7.

•

If the call was unconditional and
made via SVC 203, a system abend
occurs.

was
OF7

BEEN

system first

displays

Next, the
system attempts
to recover
sufficiently
so
that
processing
can
continue at least to the point where abend
recovery can be performed. It does this by
zeroing Qut the chain header pointers for
the destroyed
chain. This
effecti vel y
"loses" any
storage that is
on that
particular chain, but it allows processinq
to continue. (Note that abend recovery will
later
recover
all
"lost"
TYPE=USER
storage.)
Further system action depends on the type
of DftSFREE or DftSFRET call that was made:
•

If the call was conditional (the ERR=
option was specified) , a return is made
to the caller with a return code of 2.

•

If the call was unconditional and was
made via SVC 203, then a system abend
OF7 occurs.

the case of conditional
programmer has presumably
anticipated an error situation, and no
further action is required.

•

If the call was unconditional and was
made by specifying TYPCALL=BALR in the
a system
abend OF8
DMSFREE macro,
occurs.

In the case of a system abend, use DEBUG to
attempt to recover from the situation.

the case of conditional
programmer has presumably
anticipated an error situation, and no
further action is required.

•

If the call was unconditional and was
made by specifying TYPC1LL=B1LR in the
DMSFREE macro,
a system
abend OF8
occurs.

User

Action: In

requestS:-~he

162T VITAL FREE
STORAGE POINTERS
DESTROYED
(INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn), RE-IPL CMS
jxplanation: A free
storage management
pointer in NUCON has been destroyed. The
system cannot continue. The error code
indicates the type of error that occurred:
Code Meani}!.q
current
low
EXTEND
value
(FREELOWE) is greater than VMSIZE.

~ The

User

Action: In

reqQests,~he

In the case of a system abend, use the
DEBUG cOllmand to attempt a recovery from
the sit ua tion.
164T {LOWIHIGH}-CORE NUCLEUS STORAGE POINTERS
DESTROYED (IITERIAL ERROR CODE nn). RE-IPL
CMS

85

The current low EXTElJD value is beloy
the beqinning user of the area.

of free-storage
Explanation: The chain
,}lellents, from which DMSFREE storage wi th
is
allocated,
bas
been
'fYPE=ltUC LEUS
destroyed.

86

Bytes in FREETAB are
valid range.

Syst~ Action: The system
is terminated by
loading a disabled wait state PSW.

not within

the

j&tiQD: The system is terminated by
loading a disabled wait state PSW.

~Iste.

Conversational Monitor System (CftS) Messages

141

DMS
User Action:

Issue the CP DUMP

command to

get-a~;p-of virtual storage, and save the

output for your system programmer. Then IPL
CMS again.
165T CHAIN HEADER AT addr:
xxxxxx

4

xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx

~!E1a~iiQn:

This message
appears
in
conjunction with messages DMSFRE163T and
DMSFRE164T. It indicates the contents of
the DMSFRE chain header block for the
destroyed chain.

5
6

12yg~.!

.A£iiQn: See "System Action"
messages DMSFRE163T and DMSFRE164T.

for

ErrQ!:
(DMSFREE, DMSFRET, or DMSFRES) Nucleus
sorage pointers destroyed.
(DMSFREE)
An
invalid
size
was
requested. This error exit is taken
if the requested size does not exceed
zero.
For variable
requests, the
minimum request exceeds the maximum
request.
(However, the latter error
is not detected if DftSFRE is able to
satisfy the maximum reguest.)
(DMSFRET) An invalid size was passed
to the DMSFRET macro.
The specified
length is not positive.
(DMSFRET) The block of storage that is
being released was never allocated by
DMSFREE. One of the following errors
occurred:

User Action: See "User Action" for messaqes
DMSFRE163T-and DMSFRE164T.

•

166T UNEXPECTED ERROR IN FREE STORAGE MANAGEMENT
ROUTINE (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn).
RE-IPL
CMS.

The block was not within either the
low storage free storage area or
the user proqram
area
(between
FREELOWE and FEEUPPR) •

•

The block crosses a paqe boundary
that separates a page allocated for
user storage from a page allocated
for nucleus type storage.

•

The block overlaps another block
already on the free storage chain.

~pla~siiQn:

The DMSFRE routine had an
unexpected internal error. Furthermore, a
check showed that all internal free storage
pointers were valid.

~te.!

.Action: The system is terminated by
loading a disabled wait state psw.

User Action: Issue the CP DUMP command to
g~a-aump-of virtual storage, and save the
output for your system programmer. Then IPL
CMS aqain.
167S PREVIOUS

~ACLIB

FUNCTION NOT FINISHED

A MACLIB GEN, ADD, REP, or
DELETE function issued for this MACLIB was
ended (for example via a HI command) prior
to normal completion.

User
Action:
The MACLIB
unpredictable. Use the MACLIB
to reconstruct the MAClIB.

8

9

Expl~~ati2n:

§ysteJ.l! Action: RC = 88
The current command is not executed.
system status remains the same.

7

The

status
is
GEN command

(DMSFRET)
The address given for the
block being released is not double word
aligned.
(DMSFRE S) An invalid request code was
passed to the DMSFRES routine. Since
all request codes are generated by the
DMSFRES macro, this error code should
never appear.
(DMSFREE,
DMSFRET,
or
DMFRES)
Unexpected and unexplained error in
the free storage management routine.

~!~.! Act~:

The system begins to check
all free storage pointers for consistency
to see if any have been destroyed. The
system displays further diagnostic messages
when inconsistencies are discovere~.
Use!: Action: Check the
the further diagnostic
produced.

"User Action"
messages that

for
are

168S PSEUDO REGISTER TABLE OVERFLOW
167T FREE STORAGE
ERROR CODE nn

MANAGEMENT

ERROR,

INTERNAL

Exp1anaiiQ~:

An error occurred in the free
storage management routine that handles
DMSFRES, DMSFREE, and DMSFRET requests.

-,-

Code Error
(DHSFREE)
Insufficient storage space
is available to satisfy a free storage
request or the minimum request could
not
be satisfied
on a
variable
request.
2
(DMSFREE or D~SFRET)
User storage
pointers destroyed.

142

IBM VM/370 System Messages

~l.Blsnati~:

(START or LOAD/INCLUDE START). The pseudo
register index table is full. There are too
many pseudo
registers (external
dumay
sections) in the loaded files. This is a
system restriction.
12n!em Action: RC = 104
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
User Action: Correct
and-tryagain.

the Assembler program

DBS

1695 E5DID TABLE OVERFLOi

113E NO RECORDS
ft fs'

Explanation: An external symbol dictionary
identification table overflow has occurred.
The maximum number of external naaes per
text deck (START or first CSECT to end
card)
is
255.
This
is
a
system
restr ict ion.
Systea Action: RC = 104
Loading stops.
The system
the saae.

status remains

User Action: Divide
your
saaller units and try again.
170S DISK 'mode (cuu)
FILES

I

HAS

program

BAX1BUB NUKBER

into

System Action: BC = 10
The file is not written.
remains the same.
User Action:
disk.

FILE 'fn

Explanation: The options specified for the
input files caused no records to be copied.
This will happen, for exaaple, if the
FRLABEL label appears in the first record
of each (or the only) input file being
copied to the output file.
.
~!~.

Action: RC = 40
Execution of the com.and is ter.inated. The
systea status remains the same, with the
followinq exceptions:
•

If the APPEND option was specified and
the copying process began before the
error was discovered, records have been
appended to the output file.

•

If the NEiFILE (the default), REPLACE,
or OVLY option was specified and the
copying process began before the error
was discovered, then COPYFILE CMSUT1, on
the output disk, contains the records
copied so far.

•

If in aultiple output file mode, several
output files may
have been created
before the error vas discovered.

OF

ExplaBati~: 3400 files
have been written.
If any additional files were written, the
disk area that contains the file status
table blocks would overflow.

iERE COPIED TO OUTPUT

The systea status

Erase soae

files

from

the

User Action:
COiian-d-.--

Correct

and

reissue

the

111T PERMANENT CONSOLE ERROR. RF-1PL CBS.
Explanation: Either the- terainal is not
operational (for example, Start I/O trouble
has occurred) or the status of the terminal
is unexpected (for example, channel errors,
or bad interrupt sequence).
.§nteI Action: The system is terainated by
loading a disabled wait state PSi.
The
wait state PSi contains the CMS nucleus
address where the error occurred.
User Action: IPL CBS again.
112E TO LABEL 'label'
{EQUALSIIS
SUBSTRING OF} FRLABEL 'label'

AN

INITIAL

Explanation:
The TO lABEL
and
FRLABEL
options were specified. Either both labels
were equal, or the TOLABEt was an initial
substring of the FRLABEt label (as nABCn is
an initial substring of "ABCnn).
This is
an error condition because it implies that
no records whatsoever are to be copied to
the output file.
SysteA Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the saae.
User Action:
couana:---

Correct

and

reissue

the

114i SEQUENCE ERROR
' •••••••• '

TO

INTRODUCED II

OUTPUT FILE:

••••••••• ,

Explanation: The updating procedure caused
a sequence error to be introduced into the
output file. That is, in the output file
there were two records (with the sequence
numbers shown in the warning message) such
~nat
the sequence nuaber .u the first
record was
equal to or
exceeded the
sequence number in the second.
syst~ Action: RC = 8
The invalid sequence numbers are left in
the records, which are written to the
output file. Update processing continues,
and, if the CTL option was specified,
additional update passes are made.

If several warning messages are qenerated
during the updating process, the final
return code passed by the UPDATE co •• and
will be the hiqhest return code (4, 8, or
12) associated vith the warninq messages.
The REP option, if it was specified, will
be ignored, and the final update deck viII
have the fileid "$fna.e ftype".
See the explanation of message D"SUPD111I
for further information on the meaninqs of
the UPDATE warninq return codes.
User Action: probably, the reseqnencing
field following the "sa in the last update
control
card contained
invalid
data.
Correct the invalid control card in the
update
file, and
reissue the
UPDATE
command.
Conversational Bonitor System (CMS) Messages

143

DMS
176W SEQUENCING

OVERFLOW FOLLOWING

SEQ

NUMBER

~xpla~~i!Q~:

When
the
resequencing
increment was added to the sequence number
shown, the result overflowed the maximum
sequence number. If the SEQ8 option is in
effect, the maximum sequence number is
99999999. If the NOSEQ8
option is in
effect, however,
the maximum
sequence
number is 99999.
Action: RC = 8
The new sequence number is truncated on the
left to 8 or 5 digits
(depending on the
status of the SEQ8 option). A sequencing
error is introduced into the output file.

~te.!!

command. In addition, if the REP option was
specified in the command
line, it is
ignored, and the updated source file has
the fileid "$fname ftype", as if the REP
option had not been specified.
User Act!QD: Refer to the warninq messages
that were issued and correct the errors.
1781 UPDATING {'fn ft fm'}

Expl~atiQn: The
specified update file is
being applied to the source file. This
message appears only if the CTL option has
been specified in the command line.

~~.~~~
updat~

processing continues, and, if the
CTL option was specified, additional update
passes are
made.
If
several warning
messages are generated during the updating
process, the final return code passed by
the UPDATE command is the highest of the
return codes (4 or 8 or 12) associated with
the warning messages.

WITH 'fn ft fm'

~£tjon:

The

updi'l.tinq

prt::'caess

continues.

179E MISSING OR DUPLICATE 'HACS' CARD IN CONTROL
FILE 'fn ft fm'
~lanation:

The REP option, if it was specified, is
ignored, and the final update deck has the
fileid "Sfname ftype".

The CTL option was specified,
but the control file
did not contain
exactly one 'HACS' control card.
Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the salle, with the
following possible exceptions:

~1Y

See the explanation of message DMSUPD177I
for further information on the meanings of
the UPDATE warning return codes.
User !ct!Q~: probably, the resequencing
field followinq "$" in the last update
control
card contained
invalid
data.
Correct the invalid centrol card in the
update
file, and
reissue the
UPDATE
command.
1771 WARNING MESSAGES ISSUED
{'REP' OPTION IGNORED.}

(SEVERITY

Warning messages were issued
during the updating process. The severity
shown in the error message in the "nn"
field is the highest of the return codes
associated with the warning messages that
were generated during tbe updating process.
The warning return codes have the following
meanings:
~QQg ~~~~ing

4

sequence errors were detected in the
original source file reing updated.

8

Sequence errors tbat did not formerly
exist in the oriqinal source file
being updated were introduced in the
output
file during
the
updating
process.
Any other nonfatal
error detected
during the updating process has a
return code of 12. Such errors include
invalid update file control cards and
missinq PTF files.

~y§tem !£iiQ~:

back
144

as the

The severity value is passed
return code from the UPDATE

IBM VM/370 system Messaqes

If a file with the fileid n$fname ftype"
existed on the output disk before the
command was entered, this file lIay ha ve
been erased.

~

If the DISK optiou was in effect, and if
a file with the fileid "fname UPDLOG"
existed on the output disk before the
command was entered, this file may have
been erased.

•

If the CTL option was in effect, and if
a file with the fileid "fname UPDATES"
existed on the output disk before the
command was entered, this file may have
been erased.

•

If update processing had begun before
the error was detected, any or all of
the following
files may
have been
created on the output disk by the U~DATE
command:

nn) •

~PlS~~1io~:

12

•

UPDATE CMSUT1
Sfname ftype
fname UPDLOG

if the DISK option was
in effect
fname UPDATES - if the CTL option was in
effect

User

fIle

Action: Correct the invalid control
ana-reissue the UPDATE command.

1791 COMPARING 'fn ft fm' WITH 'fn ft fm'
Explanat!Q~:

compared.

The specified

files are being

DMS
Syste~

!ction: Processing continues.

180W MISSING PTF FILE Ifn ft fml
]xpla~~1iQ~:

An AUX file indicated that the
specified PTF file was to be applied as an
update file, but the file could not be
found.
Either
the AUX
file contains
invalid data, or a PTF file is missing.
!ction: RC = 12
Application of the YTr r~~e is skipped.
Update processing continues, and, if the
CTL option was specified, additional update
passes are made.
syste~

If several warning messages are generated
during the updating process, the final
return code passed by the UPDATE command is
the highest of all return codes (4 or 8 or
12) associated with the warning messages.
The REP option, if it was specified,
is
ignored, and the final update deck has the
fileid "$fname ftype".
See the explanation of message DMSUPD177I
for further information on the meanings of
the UPDATE warning return codes.
User !£1iQ~: Correct the invalid data in
the AUX file, or use the ACCESS command to
access the disk containing the missing PTF
file.

invalid data in the control file. Either
correct the invalid data or recover the
missing files, and reissue the command.
182W SEQUENCE INCREMENT IS ZERO
Explanatio~: A
sequence increment of zero
was specified either in a "./ S" control
card, or in the "$" field of a ".1 I" or
"./ R" control card.

Action: RC = 8
Although the warning message is issued, the
sequence increiiient of zero ~s actually
used, in case that was what the user
wanted.
Update processing continues, and,
if the CTL option was specified, additional
update passes are made.

~1em

If several warning messages are qenerated
during the updating process, t~e final
return code issued by the UPDATE command is
the maximum of all return codes (4 or 8 or
12) associated with the generated warning
messages.
The REP option, if it was specified, is
ignored, and the final update deck has the
fileid "$fname ftype".
See the explanation of message DMSUPD177I
for further information on the meanings of
the UPDATE warning return codes.
User Action:
Unless you
intentionally
specified--a sequence increment of zero,
correct the invalid update control card and
reissue the UPDATE command.

181E NO UPDATE FILES WERE FOUND
ExE1s~~1iQ~:

The CTL option was specified,
of the update and PTF files
spec~r~ea oy
the control file and the AUX
file(s) were found. !s a result, no updates
at all were applied to the original source
file.
but

183E INVALID {CONTROLIAUX} FILE CONTROL CARD

none

Action: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated,
since no updating can be performed. If the
STK option was specified, the two lines of
stacked data were placed on the stack
before this error, so that they will still
be available to an EXEC that invoked the
UPDATE command.

~te.m

This situation mayor may not be an error
situation. The return code, 40, is unique
in that no other UPDATE error message has
that value as a return code. Thus, the same
EXEC can be used to assemble source files
that have updates against them, and those
that have no updates against them. The
latter situation can be detected by testing
for a return code of 40, and by assembling
tlie "fname" file rather t nan the ff$£nalllei'
file.
]§er !ctio~: If this is not an error
condition, no action need be taken. If this
is an error condition, it is the result of
either missing update or PTF files, or

~1anatiQM=

An invalid control card was
found in an AUX file or a control file.

Action: RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same, with the
following possible exceptions:

~te.!!

•

If a file with the fileid "$fname ftype ll
existed on the output disk before the
command was entered, this file may have
been erased.

•

If the DISK option was in effect, and if
a file with the fileid "fname UPDLOG"
existed on the output disk before the
command vas entered, this file may have
been erased.

•

If the CTL option was in effect, and if
a file with the fileid "fname UPDATES"
existed on the output disk before the
command was entered, this file may have
been eraseu.

•

If update processing had begun before
the error was detected, then any or all
of the following files may have been
created on the output disk:

Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Messages

145

D!!S
UPDATE C!!SUT1
$fnaae ftype
fname UPDLOG

if the DISK option was
in effect.
fnaae UPDATES - if the CTL option was in
effect.

User Action: Correct the invalid control
card and reissue the UPtATE command.
- - -

(Basic Systea Extensions) - - -

For PRELOAD, correct the invalid control
and reissue the PRELOAD command.

184. 1./ 5 i
NOT FIRST
IGNORED

CARt IN

The REP option, if it was specified, is
ignored, and the final update deck has the
fileid "Sfname ftype".
See the explanation of message DMSUpn177I
for further information on the meanings of
the UPDATE warning return codes.
Use~
Action: Correct the invalid control
card in the update file, and reenter the
UPDATE com.and.

card

UPDATE FILE

186W SEQUENCE NUMBER ••••••••• , NOT FOUND
Explanati~: A sequence number specified by
an update file control card could not be
found in the input file. An input seauence
number higher than the one specified was
found.

Explanation: A "./ sn control card was
encountered in the update file, but it was
not the first noncom.ent card in the update
control file.

System-Action: RC = 12
The input file is positioned at the record
whose sequence number exceeds the sequence
number being searched for.

!ct.!2n: RC = 12
The invalid
card is
ignored.
Update
processing continues, and,
if the CTL
option was specified, additional update
passes are
made.
If
several warn1ng
messages are generated during the updating
process, the final return code issued by
the UPDATE command is the maximum of all
return codes (4 or 8 or 12) associated with
the generated warning messages. The REP
option, if it was specified, is ignored,
and the final update deck has the fileid
"$fname ftype n •
See the explanation of
message D!!SUPD177I for further information
on the meanings of the OPDATE varninq
return codes.

•

~tem

•

]§e~

Action: Correct the update file by
mov1ng the "./
S" control card to the
beginning of the update file. Then reissue
the UPDATE command.

185W INVALID CHAR IN SEQUENCE FIELD ••••••••••
Explanation: An update file control card
specified a sequence nuaber that contained
an invalid character. Only the digits 0
through 9 .ay be used to specify a sequence
number.
Act ion: RC = 12
The invalid update control card is ignored.
Furthermore, any cards following it, up to
the next "./" card in the update file, will
be ignored.
Update processing continues,
and, if the CTL option was specified,
additional update passes are made.
syste~

If several warning messages are generated
during the updating process, the final
return code issued by the UPDATE command is
the maximum of all return codes (4 or 8 or
12) associated with the generated warning
messages.

146

IBM YM/370 System !!essages

•

If the invalid sequence field was the
first argument of a "./ R", "./ I", or
"./
D"
operation,
all
records
encountered up to that paint were copied
to the output file.
If the invalid sequence field was the
second arguaent of a "./ R" or "./ n"
operation, records encountered up to
that point were not copied, and so were,
in effect, deleted.
In any event, no further deleting or
inserting takes place for that control
card, and any cards following this card,
up to the next n./" card in the update
control file,
are ignored.
Update
processing continues, and, if the CTL
option was specified, additional update
passes are made.
If
several
warning
messages
are
generated during the updating process,
the final return code issued by the
UPDATE command is the aaxiaum of all
return codes (4 or 8 or 12) associated
with the generated warning messages.
The REP option, if it was specified, is
ignored, and the final update deck bas
the fileid "Sfname ftype".

See the "Explanation" of message D"SUPD177I
for further inforaation on the aeanings of
the UPDATE warning return codes.
User Action: Correct the invalid control
card in the update file, and reenter the
UPDATE command.
187E OPTIOI 'STK' IIVAL1D WITHOUT leTL'
Explanation: The STK option was specified
with the UPDATE
com.and.
This option
requires the CTL option, but CTL was not
specified in the coa.and line.

DMS
Syste~ Action: H~
~q
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

User
Action:
Reissue
specifying-the CTL option.

the

1945 BOOK 'subl.book' CONTAINS BAD RECORDS

ExR!g~~ion:
Either
the input
control
record was invalid or the NO GO switch was
previously set.
If the NO GO switch was

previously

set,

the

previous error message was
the "User Action" for that

cOlllland,

190W INVALID CONTROL RECORD CR NO GO SWITCH SET

not

user iction: A
issued:--check
message.

input

record is invalid, and this causes
GO switch to be set at this time.

Explanation: The book being copied contains
invalid source statement library records.
~!~-Action:

RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

control
the NO

Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
REP control records are ignored until the
next NAME
or END
control record
is
encountered.

User Action: Recataloq the book on the
system-or-private source statement library
and reissue the command.

~te.!!

Us~
Action: Determine
error -and--correct it;
command.

the cause of
then reissue

the
the

194W CSECT
NOT
FOUND
IN
'mellbername'IMODULE 'modulename'J GO SWITCH

{MEMBER
SET NO

]Dlanati.Q!l: The specified CSECT was not
found in a library member or a module
loader table.
~!em

i9ii PATCH OVERLAPS - SET NO GO SiITCH
j~la~gti2n:

The VER or REP displacement,
or the DUMP start or end address, did not
fit completely within the CSECT or MODOLE.
systeL1ction: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
REP control records are ignored until the
next NAME
or END
control record
is
encountered.

Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
control records are ignored until the next
NAME or END control record is encountered.
User Action: The control record with the
invalid CSECT name has been printed at the
printer or displayed at your terminal.
Check the member or module f or the proper
CSECT name and reissue the comma nd.

195W BASE VALUE INVALID - SET NO GO SWITCH
User Action: Correct the displacement field
or the-start or end address of the control

record and reissue the command.
192W ERROR SWITCH.

ODD NUMBER OF

DIGITS - SET

NO GO

jxplanat!gn: Either an address or a data
field of a control record had an odd number
of digits.
RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
REP control records are ignored until the
next NAME
or END
control record
is
encountered.

~teLAct!Q!!:

User Action: Enter an even number of digits
and reIssue the command.
193W PRECEDING CONTBOL RECORD FlUSHED
ExP!gnation: The NO GO switch was set by a
previous control record and bas not been
reset.
RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.

~ste.!!-ActiQ~:

]D1ABati.Q!l: The BASE address did not matcb
the CSECT address.
System Action: HC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
REP control records are ignored until the
next NAME
or END
control record
is
encountered.
User Action: Insert the proper address in
the BAS~ontrol record and reissue the
command.
200W VERIFY REJECT - SET NO GO SWITCH
Explanati.Q!l: For DftSZAP, the data on the
VER or VERIFY control record is not exactly
the same as the data at the specified
location in the specified file.
Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
REP control records are ignored until the
next NAft-B
or END
c-ontrol record
is
encoun teredo

~tem

User Action: Determine the proper control
information and correct the VER control
record. Delete froll the input stream any
other VER-REP pairs that were processed
successfully, and then reissue the command.
Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Messages

147

DMS
201W THE FOLLOWING NAMES ABE UNDEFINED:

206W PSEUDO BEGISTER ALIGRMEHT EBBOB

~xpla~~ti~

~lanation:

Action: RC = 4
Loading is completed.

Systell Action: RC = II
Processing continues. All references to the
particular pseudo register will have the
less restrictive alignment.

User Ac~ion: None; or obtain access to the
files containing the unresolved references
and issue the INCLUDE command.

User Action: Rone.

A list of names of unresolved
external references is displayed.
1 name
entered with the command is considered an
unresolved external reference if no text
file with that name can be located.

~ste.!

A pseudo register with the
same name as a previous pseudo register but
with
more
restrictive
alignllent
was
encoun teredo

207W IHVALID UPDATE FILE COHTROL CABD
202W DUPLICATE IDENTIFIER 'identifier'
Explanation: A CSECT or entry point name
was encountered more than once in the input
stream to the loader.
Action: RC = 4
Only the first CSECT is loaded.
Program
execution may not proceed as expected. All
references are resolved to the first name.
~tem

Explanation: In invalid control card was
found in the update file.
Some of the
errors that cause this message to be issued
are:
•

The first card in the update
not a control card.

•

The first card following a "./S" or a
"./D" or a ".1." was not a control card.

•

The
operation
field
invalid, or contained
character.

'name'

•

The label
field of
a "./S"
card
contained more than three characters.

ExplanatiQn: A name was specified on an SLC
card in the loader input stream and that
name had not yet occurred as an external
name in the loader text file.

•

An invalid sequence field was specified,
or
a required
sequence field
was
missing.

•

In a n .I'nn "'...... .Ion
the d~lGt~ V~
replace ~~ding-;pe~ifi~ation was smaller
than the starting specification.

User Action: Reassemble the program with a
different--identifier substituted for the
duplicate.
203W "SET
LOCATION
UNDEFINED

COUNTER"

BIME

~ste.!!L!ction:

RC
4
The card is ignored.
User Action: None; or check the name on the

SLCcard:--

20SW BEADER EMPTY OB NOT READY
Explgna~iQn:
Either the
card
reader
contains no files, files are being held, or
the reader is not ready.

The card reader may contain a file spooled
from a virtual punch
or printer that
contains CCws only, and no data.
Thus,
this message is issued even though the file
contains no data.
RC = 8
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~I.§te.!! !£~i.Qn:

User Action: Close the card reader and
reissue~e-command, if the reader contains
any files.
In the case when files are
being held, change their status to NOH and
then read thelll.

was
more

file vas

missing,
than one

~!n

Action: RC = 12
The invalid sequence fields are ignored,
and processing continues.
However, an
incorrectly sequenced source file cannot
always be properly updated.

Update processinq continues, and, if the
CTL option was specified, then additional
update passes are made. If several warning
messages are generated during the updatinq
process, the final return code when the
UPDATE command has completed all processing
is the maximuIII of all return codes (4 or 8
or 12)
associated with
the qenerated
warning messages. The BEP option, if i t was
specified, is ignored, and the final update
deck has the fileid "Sfname ftype". See the
"Explanation" of message DMSUPD177I for
further information on the meanings of the
UPDATE warning return codes.
User

Action: Correct the invalid control
in--the update file, and reenter the
UP DA TE command.

card

20BE FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT VARIABLE BECORD FORMAT
~!~nation:

The specified file
have a variable record format.

148

IBM VM/370 System MEssages

did

not

DMS
Syste.!LAction: BC=24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the salle.

See ~ne nExplanation" of message DMSUPD1771
for fUrther information on the meanings of
the UPDATE warning return codes.

Us~
ActiQ~: Verify
that • fn ft' is the
desired file. If it is, use the COPYFILE
command to change the record format of the
file.

User Action: Correct the invalid so Ilrce
file and reissue the UPDATE command.
211E COLUMN FIELDS OUT OF SEQUENCE
~!anati~:

COMPARE

209W

One
of
conditions has occurred.

the

following

Ixpla~ati~:

The two
files the
user
requested compared on
a line-for=line,
column-for-column basis, do not match.

Syste]! Action: BC = 4
The comparison of the files
The lines that do not match
at the terminal.

is completed.
are displayed

{LlaBABY I FILE} • fn
DISK.

ft' IS

ON A

•

Column
number entry
overflows
eight-position option field.

the

!.£tion: RC = 24
Execution of the cOllmand is terminated.
The system status remains the sa1De~

User Action:
coiiand.'"---

Correct

and

reissue

the

212E MAXIMUM NUMBER OF RECORDS EXCEEDED

syste~ A£tion: RC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

User Action:
verify that the correct file
or~ibrarY- was specified in the command.
If it was, either access the disk in
read/write mode, or erase the existing file
or library with the same name. Reissue the
command.
FILE SEQUENCE

end column

number exceeds

READ/ONLY

Expla~1iQ~: The specified
file or library
is on a read-only disk and must be on a
read/wr ite disk.
-

210W INPUT

start column
number.

~1ll

User Action: You can correct the file
containlng--the incorrect lines using the
EDIT comlland.
210E

~

:BEROB: ......... .

Explanation: The
storage size
of the
virtual machine is not large enough to
contain the size and nUllber of sort files
specified.
~1em

Action: RC = 40
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

User Action: COllpute
the storage 51 ze
requirea-~r this sort using the format
given in the description of the CMS SORT
command in the V8/370 CME Com~~nQ gnd ~ac£Q
Beference~
Redefine storage as large as
necessary using the CP DEFINE command, and
issue the SORT command again.

TO
213W LIBRARY 'fn ft fm' NOT CREATED

~xplang1ion:

In reading the input source
file, two records were found, with the
displayed sequence fields, such that the
seguence number in the first was equal to
or greater than the sequence number in the
second.
Syste~

Action: RC = 4
The invalid sequence fields are ignored,
and update processing continues. However,
an incorrectly seguenced source file cannot
always be properly updated.

Explanation: lone of the
files to be
included in the library file could be
found, or a library
to be compressed
appears to have no active members.
System Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the salle. The new
library is not created. Also, for DMSDSC,
the old library is erased.
~~~

If the CTL option was specified, then
additional update passes are made.
If
several warning messages
are generated
during the updating process, the final
re'tUrn codevhen th-e U-P-n-ATEco.-m--and has
completed all processing is the max ilium of
all return codes (4 or 8 or 12) associated
with the generated warning messages.
The REP option, if it was specified,
is
ignored, and the final update deck has the
fileid "$fname ftype".

Action: Far DMSLB8 and DMSLBT, obtain
access to the desired file and/or correct
the spelling of the nalles and reissue the
cOllmand.
For
DMSDSL, no
action
is
necessary.

214W CANNOT RECOMPUTE
CHAIGE

WITHOUT LOSS OF

DATA. NO

Explanation:
The number
of
cylinders
specified in the FORMAT command cannot
contain all the data on the disk.
Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messages

149

DMS
Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

§ystem_!ctiQn: RC = 8
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~1em

User Action: Either erase some of the files
on--the--aisk or increase the number of
cylinders to be formatted and reissue the
command.

User Action: Reissue
valId dataset name.
222E 1/0
ERROR READING
{lfmIIOSIDOS} DISK

the

command with

Idatasetname'

a

FROM

21ST NO VIRTUAL CONSOLE ATTACHEt. RE-IPL CMS
~lanaiiQn:

The user
virtual console.

has disconnected his

Action: The CMS
system uses a
special Interface with CP to display this
:essagG. It is then t~rminat€d by loading a
disabled wait state PSW.

~tem

User ,ActiQn: Redefine a virtual console
with the CP DEFINE command, and IPL CMS
again.
- - -

Expl~ation:
An I/O error occurred while
reading the specified as data set or DOS
file from an OS or DOS disk.
For DMSLDS,
an 110 error occurred while reading the
member directory in DKSROS.

Action: Re = 28
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~.!:em

User Action: Correct the cause of
error-and-reissue the command.

the I/O

(Basic System Extensions)
223E NO FILEMODE SPECIFIED

216E INSUFFICIENT BLOCKS ON
DI SK STR UCTUR E

DISK TC SUPPORT CMS
~!~ati2n:

A filemode was
in the command line.

~~lanatiQn:

The user has requested the
forma tt ing of a minidisk area that is not
large enough to contain the essential CMS
disk structure.
!ctiQn: BC = 100
Execution of the command
The disk is unchanged.

~te~

is

terminated.

Q~£

Ac1iQ~: Acquire a
larger minidisk and
reissue the command;
or if the disk is
large enough, specify a larqer nuaber of
blocks to be formatted
in the FORMAT
command.

not specified

Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~!n

User
Action:
Reissue
specifying a filemode.

the

command,

224E fileid ALREADY IN USE
~!~ati2n:

A dataset name exists in an
outstanding FILEDEF with a different ddname
but with the same fileid, or a dataset name
was specified for
a fileid previously
defined under a different ddname.
Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

~tem

220R ENTER DATA SET NAKE:
Explans1iQn: A command was entered with the
? or DSN ? operand. The command expects an
as data set name or DOS fileid to be
entered.
~Y2te~

,Action:
response.

The

system

waits

for

User Action: Clear the existing filei~
before-reissuing the command or specify a
different fileid.

a

Action: Enter an as data set name
exactly as it appears in the data set (in
the form g1{.q2.qn} where q1, q2, and qn
are the qualifiers of an as data set name).
Or enter a DOS fileid exactly as it appears
in the file.

Q~£

221E INVALID DATA SET NAME
Explanat!Qn: An invalid as data set name or
DOS file-id was specified in the command
line.

2251 PDS MEMBER 'membername' MOVED
The specified member of an os
PDS (partitioned data set) has been moved
successfully to a CMS file.

~!snati~:

~I§!~

Action: MOVEFILE continues
PDS members to CMS files until the
the file is reached.
User Acti.Q1l:

moving
end of

None.

226E NO DATA SET lAME ALLOWED WITH FREE OPTION
name must not be
Expl~ill.Q!!: A data set
specified with the FREE option of the
tISTDS command.

150

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DKS
syste]! Act ion: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
User Action:
retry.

Correct the command

line and

2261 END OF PDS HOVE
Explanation: The last member
(partitioned data set)
has
successfully to a CMS file.
Syste~

Action; Execution

terminated.
same.

UL

The system

of the PDS
been !!oved

the co ••and is

2281 USER LABELS BYPASSED ON
name'

DATA SET 'data set

Explanation: The specified OS data set or
DOS file has a disk user label. The user
labels are automatically skipped and the
DCBEILST routine, if specified, is ignored.
This message is issued when the as File
Status Table (FST) is created. This occurs
during the execution of the first FILEDEF
command defining the as ddname.
Reissuing
the
same
FILEDEF
comaand
without
reaccessing the disk does not create a new
as FST, and the message is therefore not

issued agal.n.

status remains the
System Action: Execution continues.

User Action: None.
229E UNSUPPORTED OS DATA SET, ERROR 'code'
2271 PROCESSING VOLUME
set name'

Inn' II

DATA SET

'data

Explanation: The specified as data set or
DOS file is multivolume. The number of the
volume beinq processed is specified in the
error messaqe.
End of volu.e is treated as
end of file and there is no end-of-volume
switching.

The specified os data set or
DOS file is not supported by CMS OS access
routines. The error code meaninqs are:

~l~ation:

Code Reaning
An I/O error occurred while an as data
set or DOS file was being read or an
OS or DOS disk was detached without
being released.

-so81

The
file
is
an
OS
read-password-protected data set or a
DOS file with
the input security
indicator on.

'datasetname' ON

82

The OS data set or DOS
BPAR, BSAft, or QSAft.

Explanation: The
high extent
for the
subject data set indicates a relative track
number lower than that for the low extent
of the data set.

83

The OS data set or DOS file has more
than 16 user labels or data extents.

System Action: Execution continues.

227W INVALID EITENT
'fll' DISK

FOUND FOR

~tem

Action: RC = 4
Execution continues.

228E NO DDNAKE EITEFED
Explanation: When prompted for the ddname
corresponding to the "dname" entry for the
tape dataset in the Access Kethod Services
control statement, the user entered a null
line.
Syste1! Action: RC = 24
AftSERV does not execute the Access Method
Services job. The system status remains the
same.
User !ction: Find the "dname" entries for
the tape uataset(s) in the Access Method
Services jobstream and reissue the AKSERV
command.

not

System Action: RC = 80, 81, 82, or 83
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
User Action: If

User ActiQn: For further investigation, use
the CKS command DDR to locate and dump the
DSCB containing the invalid extent.

file is

the error code is

81, 82,

or-83~-YOU-cannot use CKS OS access to read

the as data set or DOS file. If the error
code is 80, make sure the accessed OS or
DOS disk is attached, or determine the
cause of the error. If the OS data set or
DOS file is valid, reissue the command.
2291 NO RERBERS FOUND
Explanati.Q!!:
No
lIembers
partitioned data set.

exist

in

a

User Action: Determine whether the data set
you specifIed is the correct one and if so,
why it contains no members. Correct the
condition and reissue the command.
230E NO. OF VSAM EXIT ROUTINES HAS EXCEEDED HAl
OF 128 - UNABLE TO CONTINUE
~lanati.Q!!:

for

VSAM

The number of exit routines
data sets
(both
active and

Conversational Monitor System (CftS) ftessages

151

DMS
inactive) has exceeded the maximum
for the run unit.

of 128

~£iion:
The system is terminated
abnormally with abend code X11771.

Syst,g]!! Action: RC = 8
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~1g~

User Action: Reduce the number of exit
routines-for VSAM data sets and reexecute
the proqram.
230W OS DISK - FILEID AND/CR
ARE IGNORED

Us~~

Action: If you can determine the
problem from the "Explanation" above and
remedy the condition, reissue the command.
If not, reissue the command and if the
problem persists, call your system support
personnel.

OPTIONS SPECIFIED
(Basic system Extensions)

ExplanatiQg: The specified OS or DOS disk
has been accessed, but the specified fileid
and/or options are not valid and have been
ignored.
.§Y§te.!!! !£iiQn: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.

235E ERROR Inl IN INPUT TEXT FILE 'fn ft [fm]1
~~lanatiQD:

An error was detected within
the data contained in the input text file.
Inl indicates the nature of the error; it
may be one of the follovinq:
Cod~

231E I/O ERROR
DISK

READING VTOC

]~plag£1iQg:

An

while reading
disk.

FROM {lfmIIOSIDOS}

I/O error was encountered
the VTOC from the specified

.§Y§1g.!!! !£i~Qn: RC = 28
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
Usg£ !£iiQn: Correct the cause of
error and reenter the command.

the I/O

All tracks
disk are allocated.

on the

specified

User Action:
If the disk is an OS or DOS
disk,-use-one of the OS or DOS utilities to
reformat the disk (if you no longer need
any of the data on it) or delete some data
sets.
If it is a VSAM disk, use Access
Method Services to delete some clusters and
da ta spaces.
- - -

LIST FILE

Ifn

Action: RC = 12
Execution of the command is terminated •
The system status remains the same.
Syst~

Us~~
Action: If you can determine the
problem from the "Explanation" above and
remedy the condition, reissue the com.and.
If not, reissue the command and if the
problem persists, call your system support

The error may have been caused by invalid
output from the Assembler. Reassemble the
source for the text file in error and
reissue the PRELOAD command.
Errors also
may result from the input text file having
been incorrectly modified
by the user
through EDIT or other CMS commands.

(Basic System Extensions)
236E UNRESOLVED
ENCOUNTERED

(Basic System Extensions)

234E ERROR IN LOAD
INPUT]

No valid ESD.
Invalid ESD type code.
Invalid RLD record.
Invalid ESD LD 10.
ESD LD entry precedes its position
entry.
6 Invalid TXT record ESD 10.

personnel.

2331 NO FPEE SPACE !V!!L!BLE ON Ifml DISK
]~~ngiiQn:

Mean~.n.g

1
2
3
4
5

ft fm'

[NO

]xplaggiiQg: During processing of the load
list EXEC file, an invalid statement was
encountered. Input must consist of valid
EXEC control words (that are ignored) and
names of input text files in the form

EXTERNAL

REFERENCE (S)

~~!anation:

Unresolved external references
have been encountered. These are listed in
the MAP file.

Action: RC = 4
The
PRELOAD
command
has
completed
processing.
Program
execution of
the
output text
file may not
proceed as
expected.

~tem

&1 &2 filenam8 [filetype)
Correct
Filename and filetype (if specified) must
not be more than
eight characters in
length. A "NO INPUT" condition exists if
after the scan of
the load list, no
filename filetype entries were found.
152

IBM VM/370 system Messaqes

necessary.

the

input,

if

DKS

- - -

(Basic system Extensions) - - -

237E DUPLICATE EXTERNAL SYMBOL(S) ENCOUNTERED
~~lanation:

A CSECT or entry point name
was encountered more than once in the input
stream to the preloader.
The duplicate
symbols are listed in the MAP file.
System Action: RC = 8
command
has
completed
The
PRELOAD
processing.
Program
execution of
the
output text
proceed as
file lIay not
expected.
User Act ion: Reassemble
text f i l e in error
identifier sUbstituted
and reissue the PRELOAD

the source for the
with
a different
for the duplicate
command.

(Basic Systell Extensions)
238E PRELOADER PROCESSING ERROR

Codg

~eani]!g

4
5
100

An intervention is required.
An unknown error occurred.
The printer is not attached.

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated. The
output files contain all changes made up to
the last control record operation.

~!~~

User Action: If you
can determine the
problem -from the above information and
correct the condition, reissue the command;
otherwise reissue the command and if the
error persists, contact your system support
personnel.
246W NO LOADER TABLE PRESENT FOR MODULE
SET NO GO SWITCH

'fn'-

ExplanatiQg: A CSECT name was specified for
a module that was generated with the NOMAP
option.
Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
REP control records are ignored until the
next NAKE
or END
control record
is
encoun tered.

~tem
Expla~ation:

An internal error was detected
during preloader processing. This may have
been caused by invalid input.
Action: RC = 16
Execution of the cOllmand is terminated.
The system status remains the same with the
exception that partial output files may
have been created.

~te!!l

User Action: Reissue the command, ensurinq
that a--valid load list file
(and optional
CNTRL file) are specified. Insure that the
input files contain valid data. If the
problem persists, call your system support
personnel.

240S ERROR LOADING READ OS ROUTINE 'DMSROS TEXT'
Ex£lgnaliQn:
Either the
user did not
provide a read/write A-disk for use by the
CMS loader,
or some other
error was
encountered while loading
the READ OS
routine DMSROS TEXT.
System ActiQn: Execution of the command is
terminated. The system status remains the
same.
User Action: Access a read/write A-disk if
Is----not already
accessed.
If
a
read/write A-disk was provided, correct the
cause of the I/O error on the system disk
or A-disk. Then reissue the command.

one-

245S ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER

User Action: Either reqenerate the module
with the-KAP option, or do not use a CSECT
name; then reissue the command.
247W MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND - SET NO GO SWITCH
ExplanatiQn: The
found.

specified member

was not

System Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
control records are ignored until the next
NAKE or END control record is encountered.
User Action: Reissue
valid member name.

the

command with

a

248W INVALID VERjREP DISP - SET NO GO SWITCH
~l~atiQn:

The displacement specified in
a VER or REP control record includes an
area that is undefined, for example, a
Define Storage (DS) area.

Syste~ Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command continues.
All
REP control records are ignored until the
next NAME
or END
control record
is
encountered. If the operation is REP, the
file being operated on may be modified.

User_Action:
Verify that instructions or
data are at a specific displacement and
reissue the commande

An
unrecoverable
error
occurred when
writing a line
to the
printer, and an error code was passed to
the callinq
module from
DMSPIO.
nnn
indicates the nature of the error; it may
be one of the following:

~xplanalion:

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messaqes

153

DHS
(Basic System Extensions) - - -

807

HELP has calculated a negative space
count based on
the format words
contained in the test file.

ExplanatiQD: Under the
ZAP command, a
successfully completed REP was not followed
bV a LOG control record.
In lieu of a
user-defined entry, a
dumay log entry
'NONAME' was written.

808

A number outside
the permissible
limits for a HELP forma t word was
found.
The
limits
are
based
primarily on 80 characters/ line in
HELP ..

~yste~

Systn Action: RC = 12
Execution of the command continues and the
line in question is iqnored.

2q91 DUMMY LOG ENTRY IN FILE 'fn ZAPLOG fm'

!ctiOD:
continues.

Execution of

the

command

User Action:
lone at
execution time,
however you should correct the file in
question to prevent future messages or

(Basic System Extensions)

errors.

250s I/O ERROR OR DEVICE ERROR
EXplangiion: AN I/O error has occurred on
the user terminal trying to display a HELP
text file.
Am error message should have
been issued by CMS or CP to describe the
condition.

(Basic System Extensions)
252E VALID OPTIONS ARE: DESC FORM PIRM ALL
Explanation: This message informs the user
of the proper options to use the HELP
facility..
The message
is issued with
message
DKSHLP003E
(IIVALID
OPTION
'option') •

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system remains in the same status as
before the command was entered.

~te~

Systg Action: RC
lone.

User !ctioD: Take appropriate action as
described by the CMS or CP error message.

24

User Action: Issue the command again with a
proper option.
(Basic System Extensions)
251E

HELP PROCESSING
'description i

EFROR,

CODE

nnn

(Basic System Extensions)
253E

Expla~~iiQD:

An error occurred during the
formatting of a HELP text file, indicating
an error in the file text.
Code Meg!!ill
80'- An output
line longer
than 132
characters was formatted. Long output
lines usually result when you neglect
to set the format mode back on after
it is set off.
802

15q

An alphabetic paramater was found for
a HELP format word that requires a
numeric parameter.

803

A line was read that started with a
period, but could not be recognized
as a valid HELP format word.

804

You omitted a required parameter for
this format word.

805

HELP does not recognize the parameter
specified on the format word line
displayed.

806

The execution of a .IN,.IL, or .OF
HELP format word would cause the left
margin to
move to the
left of
character position one.

IBM VM/370 System Messaqes

FILE fn ft fm CAIIOT
SUPPLIED PARAMETER LIST

BE

HAIDLED

WITH

Explanation: The specified file resides on
a disk that can be handled with a STATE
extended parameter list only.
That means
the specified file contains more than 65536
items.
Systn Action: RC = 88
Execution
of
the
terminated.

user

program

User Action:
Change the
user
parameter--list
to
entended-parameter-list format.

is

program
the

299E INSUFFICIENT STORAGE TO COMPLETE UPDATE.
Explanation: The update is being performed
in storage
but there
is insufficient
storage to insert the next update line.
System Action: RC = 41
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

OKS
User Action: Issue
the command again,
specifying NOSTOR on the command line. This
causes updates to be performed on disk.
300E INSUFFICIENT STORAGE TO BEGIN UPDATE

Action: RC = 28
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same, except
when the EXEC option was specified and
there was an existing $LISTIO EXEC file.
In this case, the $LISTIO EXEC file is
erased.

~teI!

~lanatiQn:

An update is £eing performed
in storage, but
there is insufficient
storage available to contain the entire
input source file.

Syste.! Action: RC = 41
If the keyword STOR was specified on the
command line, execution of the command
terminates. The system status remains the
same.
If
the keyword
STOR was
not
specified, the update continues and is
performed on disk. No Be = 41 is issued in
this case.
User Action: If RC
41, issue the command
again-,--specifying NOSTOR in the command
line. This causes updates to be performed
on
disk.
Otherwise,
no
action
is
necessary.
301E 'SISxxx' NOT ASSIGNED FOR DISK 'fm'
ExplanatioB: No ASSGN command was issued
prior to the DLBL command associating the
named DOS logical unit with a CMS disk.
Syste,!! Action: RC = 36
Execution of the command is terminated.
The definition does not take effect.
User Action: Issue an ASSGN command for
each of~he-DOS logical units specified in
the DLBL,
and then reissue
the DLBL
command.
302E NO SISXXX OPERAND

{ENTEREDISPECIFIE~

ExPlaBatiQB: No SISxxx operand was entered
to associate the specified disk mode with a
DOS logical unit, or in the case of DTFCP,
the DEVADDR operand was missing from the
DTFCP macro and no SISxxx was specified
with the
DLBL command.
This message
appears only if the user is in the CKSIDOS
environment.
Syste,!! Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The definition does not take effect.
User Action: Reenter
the DLBL command
specifyIng-a DOS logical unit for each disk
specified. In the case of DTFCP, specify a
DEVADDR operand with the DTFCP macro and
with the associated DLBI command.

User Action:
Ensure
request has been made.

that

the

correct

304E INVALID OPERAND VALUE 'value'
ExplAnation: The value specified is not
valid for one of the following reasons:
•

It is larger than ten digits.

•

It is a nonnumeric value.

•

The number is
track numbers.

•

The number is greater
BUFSP size.

greater

than 2 31 -1

for

than 999999

for

This message is also displayed if a null
line is entered as the first specification
for the EXTENT option of the DLBL command.
Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The definition does not take effect.

~1~J!

User
Action:
specifying the
entries.

command,
Reissue
the
appropriate values for all

30UI UPDATE PROCESSING WILL BE DONE USING DISK
ExplAnation: An update is being performed
in storage, and
there is insufficient
storage available to contain the entire
input source file. The keyword STOR was not
specified on the command line. The update
processing continues with the update being
performed on disk.
The

~!~~

lcti.QD:
continues.

updating

process

User ActiQD: None.
30SE INCOMPLETE EXTENT RANGE
Expl,gnation: Only the starting relative
track number was specif ied f or an extent
range. The number of tracks must also be
specified.
Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The definition does not take effect.

~!em

303E NO SISXXX SATISFIES REQUEST
~xplana1ion:

A request was made for LISTIO
A or LISTIO UA, but no logical units
satisfied the request.

User Action: Reissue the command with the
proper extent specifications including the
number of tracks.

Conversational

~onitor

System (eKS)

~essaqes

155

D!S
Use~

306E SYSxxx NOT ASSIGNED FOR 'IGNORE'
When the DU!!Y operand is used
for a data set, the logical unit address
must have teen assigned
with the 1GB
operand before the DLBL command was issued.

Action: None.

~~la~gtion:

A£iion: RC = 36
No new definition for the data set is
created. If one already exists, it remains
unchanged.
Syste~

User Action:
Eith9r reissue
the DLBL
COiiana-usIng a valid disk mode, or issue
"ASSGN SYSxxx IGN" followed by the original
DLBL com.and using the DU!!Y operand.

3211 MAlIMU! lUMBER OF EXTEITS RECORDED
~!ADati~:

Sixteen (16) extents have been
specified for a VSA! data set. This is the
maximum number of data set extents allowed.

Syst~ Action: Execution of
the command is
terminated successfully and the data set
definition
is
stored,
including
the
16-extent specification.

User Action: Rone.
3221 DDRA!E
'ddna.e'
EXECUTED

307E CATALOG DDNAME 'ddname' NOT FOUND

lOT

FOUID;

10

CLEAR

~xpla~giion:

~!~~atiQ!:

Actj.on: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The definition does not take effect.

~!em

User
Action:
Reissue
the
command,
speCifyIng-the CAT option with a previously
defined ddname, or issue a DLBL command for
the user catalog ddnamE and then reissue
the DLBL co.mand for the subject data set.

User Action: I f the ddname was entered
incorrectly, reenter the command wi th the
correct ddname.

The user
catalog 'ddname'
referenced by the CAT option has not been
defined by a previous DLBL ccmmand.
~ste~

30BE '.ode' DISK IN
[NON-JCMS FOR!ATj
FOR [NON-1CMS DATASET

INVAL~D

10 previous definition for
'ddname' had been specified. This includes
the condition of a DLBL IJSYSUC CLEAR with
no previous job catalog ddname
(IJSYSUC)
defined.
Action: Execution of the com.and is
terminated.
All
definitions
remain
unchanged.

3231 {JOBI!ASTER} CATALOG DLBL CLEARED
~lanation:

]xpla~atiQn:

The user has specified a C!S
fileid {"eMS fn ft"}
but references a disk
that is in non-CMS (for example, OS or DOS)
for.at. Or the user has spEcified a non-C!S
fileid (tlDSN datasetname ll ) but references a
CKS disk.
The references to disk include
not only the disk mode in the command line
but also the mode in MULT and EXTENT
specifications.
This
message is
also
issued if the user specifies CMS for file
identification but uses one of the VSAM
options (for example, CIT or BUFSP)
with
it.
RC = 24
The command is terminated with no change to
the current definition of DLBL since the
new definition does not take effect.

for the catalog
The DLBL
referred to has been cleared and is no
longer active.

Action: If the
JOB catalog is
cleared, all other definitions foraerly
flagged as using the JOB catalog are no
longer flagged as such. The message can be
the result of a DLBL
CLEAR rather than a
DLBL IJSYSOC CLEAR or DLBL IJSYSCT CLEAR,
when the PER! option is not used when
defining the catalogs.

~!~~

*

User

Acti~:

lone.

~te~ A£iiQ~:

User Action: Reissue the command with
disk mode-appropriate for thE data set.

a

3241 10 USER DEFIlED xxxxxx's II EFFECT
Explnati~:

10 definition is in effect for

the
requested
LABELDEFs.

DLBLs,

~!em

FILEDEFs,

Action: 10 further action
The system is terminated.

or

occurs.

3201 KAXIMUM NUMBER OF DISK ENTRIES RECORDED
Use~

Action: lone.

~xplanaiiQn:

Nine disks haVE been specified
for a multivolume VSAM data set.
This is
the maximum permitted sinCE the allowable
CMS disk modes are A-G, Y and Z.
The
system (S) disk cannot be a user disk.
~ig~

A£1iQg: Execution of the command is
terminated and the data SEt definition is
stored
including
thE
nine-volume
specificatio:"l.

156

IBM VM/370 System Messages

330R EITER VOLU!E SPECIFICATIOIS:
]n!g~atiQ1!:

The system expects you to
enter
the
VSA!
data
set
volume
specifications because you specified the
MULT option.

DMS
Syste~
Action: Execution of the com.and
waits
-until
you
respond
to
the
specification request.
If a null line is
the first
response, an
error message
(DMSDLB048E)
is displayed and the DLBL
com.and has no effect. Otherwise, a null
response after one or more lines of data
siqnifies the end of the specifications.

User
Action:
Enter data
set
voluae
specificatIons either on one line separated
bV com.as or on separate lines. The final
comma at the end of the line is op~10nal
and may be omitted. You must enter the
filemode and, in the DOS environment, the
DOS loqical unit associated with that disk.
Do not repeat the filemode specified in the
command line.
331R ENTER EXTENT SPECIFICATIONS:
Explanation: The system expects you to
enter the VSAM data set extents because you
specified the EXTENT option with the DLBL
command.
Syste~
Action: Exec~tion of the co••and
waits
-until
you
respond
to
the
specification reauest.
If a null line is
the first
response, an
error message
(DMSDLB304E)
is displayed and the DLBL
command has no effect. Otherwise, a null
line means the end of the specifications.

User
Action:
Enter
dataset
extent
specifications on the same line separated
by com.as or on separate lines with or
without commas. You must enter the starting
relative track number, number of tracks,
filemode and, if in DOS environment, the
DOS logical unit
associated with that
filemode. The extents must be in ascending
order for each volume grouping in order for
the command to execute properly.
333E nnnnnK PARTITION TOO LARGE FOR THIS VIRTUAL
MACHINE
jxplanation: The specified number of bytes
exceeds the size of the largest partition
possible with this virtual machine.
System Act io,!!: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.
The
old DOS partition size remains unchanged.
User Actio~: specify a smaller value. If
the partition size is not an important
factor in this particular session, issue
SET DOSPART OFF and allow the system to
compute its own partition size.
360E INVALID RESPONSE 'response'
Explanation:
After prollpting
you
for
information, VSAMGEN determined that your
reply was invalid, either because you did

not enter one of the choices given you in
the prompting .essage (INSTALL or UPDATE)
or because you entered a value not valid
for the entry being processed (that is, the
storage location of the named system).
If the message is issued after the storage
location value
is entered,
the val ue
violates one of the followinq rules:
•
•
•

Must be a valid hexadecimal value.
Rust be less than 16 megabytes.
Must be greater than X 1 20000 1 •

!.s:tion: RC = 24
If this is the first time this message is
issued for this prompt, VSAMGEH reads from
the terminal after issuing the message,
thereby giving you another chance to enter
the correct information. If it is issued
for the second time for the same prompt,
VSA!GEN terminates, and the system returns
to the CBS cOllmand environment.

~j:em

User Action: If it is the first time the
message is-issued, reexalline the prollptina
message and enter the correct information.
If it is 'the second time the message is
issuea
for this
prompt, VSAMGEN
has
terminated, so you must restart the VSA"GEN
1;:XEC.
, 3601 CftS/VSA! TEXT FILES CREATED ON DISK 'A'
ExplanatiQR: During an INSTALL run for an
OS user, VSAftGEN copies all the VSAM and
Access ftethod Services object decks from
the DOS system relocatable library onto the
CBS disk as TEXT files. This message is
issued at the completion of the operation.

Use~

Action: None.

360R ENTER 'INSTALL', 'UPDATE', OR 'RESTART'
Explanation: The VSAftGEN EXEC can be used
for initial installation of VSAlI under CftS,
for updating of VSAft under CftS by using PTF
card
decks
to
replace
originally
distributed modules or to restart after
ensuring that the DOSLIBs are available.
~!em

Action: VSAMGEN issues a read to the
terminal and waits for the user's response.

User Action: Reply INSTALL if you wish to
generate both the VSA" under ClIS and the
Access Method Services systems using the
DOS System Relocatable Library (SRL) as the
source.
For an OS installation, INSTALL
also results in all VSAft and Access Method
Services modules being copied to the CftS
A-disk.
Reply UPDATE if you wish to generate a new
version of either VSAM under CMS or Access
Bethod Services, or both, by placinq the

Conversational Bonitor System (CMS) Messages

157

DMS
replacement modules in the virtual reader.
For the as installation, the DOS System
Relocatable Library is not used as source,
but the C~S disk is used.
Thus, no DOS
disk need be accessed for the OS user.
Reply 'RESTART'
if you wish to resume
generating the system(s) after creating the
appropriate DOSLIB(s).

362E INVALID STORAGE PROTECT KEY 'key'
~lnati~:

The storage
protect
specified was not decimal, 0 to 15.

key

mj:n Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.
User
Action:
Reissue
the
command,
specifying-;-va1id storage protect key.

361E DISK 'mode' IS NOT A {CMSIDCS} DISK
ExplanAtion:
VSAMGEN requires
that the
A-disk be a read/write CMS disk, and that
the disk you specified as containing the
DOS SRL be a DOS disk.
~g~

!£1iQE!

Be

= ~6

VSAMGEN has terminated.
to CMS command mode.
User Action:

If the

VSAMGEN is in the process of
link-editing the modules that make up the
named system in order to create a CMS
OOSlUI ftll;' with the s~m ... na'!!e.

message concerns

m i n Action: None.
the

mode as the A-disk and reissue VSAMGEN. If
the message concerns the DOS disk, either
access t he DOS disk and use t hat mode
letter to answer the prompt during the next
VSAMGEN attempt, or enter the correct mode
of the DOS disk containing the DOS SRL
during the next VSAMGEN attempt.
C~S

~lanati~:

The system returns

C~A=dIsk: access a CMS disk in read/write

3611 CREATING

3621 LINK-EDITING sysname •••

Use! ActiQn: None.
362R ENTER MODE
OF
LIBRARY DISK:

DOS

SYSTEM

RELOCATABLE

Ex~lAnatiQn:
The VSAMGEN EXEC procedure
requires a DOS disk containing the DOS
system re10catab1e library for both DOS and
as users during an INSTALL run and for the
DOS user during an UPDATE run.

TEXT FILES •••

~~~natiQn:

VSAMGEN is in the process of
copY1ng all the VSAM and Access Method
Services object modules from the DOS system
relocatable library to the CMS disk during
an INSTALL run for an as user.

m i n Acj:ion: VSAMGEN issues a read to the
terminal and waits for your response.
User Action: Enter the mode letter of the
accessed -aisk containing the DOS system
re10catab1e library.
The disk must be in
DOS format.
363E INVALID STARTING ADDRESS 'startadr'

Explan~iiQn:

Expl~ation: The start address specified in
the command line is not a hexadecimal
address within the load
range of the
specified system.

~te~

System Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is t~rminated. The
system status remains the same.

361R ENTER EITHER 'DOS' or 'OS':
The VSAMGEN EXEC distinguishes
between DOS and as installations at both
installation time and updating time.
Actign: VSAMGEN issues a read to the
terminal and waits for your response.

User Action:
Reply DOS if you have a DOS
installatIon and, therefore, do not want
all VSAM and Access Method Services modules
copied to a CMS disk during an INSTALL run,
and you do want the DOS system relocatable
library used as a source during an UPDATE
run.
Reply as if you are an as installation and
therefore do want all VSAM and Access
Method Services modules copied to the CMS
disk during an INSTALL run, and you want
the CMS disk used as source during an
UPDATE run rather than the DOS system
relocatable library.

158

IBM VM/370 System Messages

User Action: Reissue the
vaiId starting address.

command with

3631 sysname DOSLIB CREATED ON DISK
~lanation:

a

'A'

VSAMGEN creates a CMS DOSLIB
file from the object modules that make up
the named system.

llij:n Action; None.
User Action: None.

Dl!S

363R EITER LOCATIOI WHERE sysnaae WILL BE LOADED
AND SAVED:
Explanation: VSAftGEI requires a hexadecimal
address for fetching the VSAft and/or Access
Method Services systeas into storage so
that the systems can be saved on a CP
volume.
System Action: VSlftGEI issues a read to the
terainal and waits for your response.
User Action: Enter the hexadecimal address
corresponding to the starting relative page
nuaber in the SYSPGRUM field of the NAftESYS
.acro entered in the D!KSIT aodule for the
named system.

Use~

Action: Reissue
valid system name.

~planation:

The virtual aachine's storage
aust
be large
enough
to allow
SSK
instructions to be issued for the coaplete
load range of the saved systea.

Syste. Action: RC = 24
Execution of the coa.and is terminated. The
systea status remains the same.
User lction: Use the CP coaaand DEFINE to
redefine the virtual aachine's storage to a
value large enough to contain the saved
system, and IPL CftS again.

command with

a

3651 SYSTEM sysname SAVED
Explanation: VSA!GE! saves the named system
on a CP voluae for subsequent use by user
programs. The DOSLIB file used in creating
the new copy of the system is erased at
this point.
~tem

Action: lone.

365R ENTER ftODULE IAftE
'EID' :
364E V! STORAGE NOT L1RGE ENOUGH TO CONTAII
SYSTEft L01DIIG AT startadr TO endadr

the

(8 CHARS.

OR tESS)

OR

Explanation: VSA"GEI will assign the name
entered by the user to the PTF object file
when it reads the file from the virtual
reader onto
the CftS disk as
a TEXT
filetype.
The file remains on the CftS disk
to be used in subsequent system generations
until replaced by another object file of
the same name.
Syst~ Acti~: VSAftGEB issues a read to the
terminal and waits for your response.
Use~ Action: Enter the
name(s) of the VSAft
or Access Method Services module(s) in the
same order the deck(s) were placed in the
reader.
To terainate reading from the
reader, enter EID.

3641 FETCHING sysna.e •••
Explanation: VS1MGEN is in the process of
fetching the phases that make up the named
system from the CftS DOStIB file of the saae
name. The phases are fetched into storage
in order to be saved (written;
on a CP
volume.
System !ct,iQ!!: None.

3661 STARTING TO READ PTF DECKS FRO! READER •••
~!anati2B:

VSA!GEN is
starting
the
'UPDA TE' procedure, during which the user
is prompted for the names of the PTF decks
to be applied to the new system.
System Action: Hone.
User Action: Bone.

364R EITER 'CMSVSlft' OR 'CftSA!S' OR
GENERATION OF NEi SYST~!(S)

'BOTH' FOR

Explanation: The message gives you the
choice of regenerating either one or both
of the named systeas.
Syste~ Action: VSAftGEN issues a read to the
terminal and waits for your response.

366R ENTER NA!E OF SYSTEM TO BE SAVED:
Expl~ation:
VSA!GEN has link-edited the
is Aft or Access ftethod Services system and
fetched it into virtual storage and is
about to issue the CP SAVESYS command for
that system.

~!ea

Action:
response.

The

system

waits

for

a

of the

VSA~

or

Qser lct!2n= Enter a valid response.
User Action: Enter the name

iccess~thod Services system.

365E SYSTEM IAftE lOT SPECIFIED
Expla~atio~:
The
System name
included in the com.and line.

was

not

System Action: RC = 24
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

3671 ·.odulename TEXT' WRITTEN ON DISK tAt
ExplanatiQn: If the message was issued by
DMSVGN, VS1!GEN has read a reader file and
written it on the CBS disk with the given
name. The file is used in creating a new
named system.
Conversational Monitor System (CftS) Messages

159

DMS
If the message was issued by D"SVPD, D"SVPD
(called from VSA"GEN EXEC)
has read the
named replacement module from the DOS/VS
PTF tape and has written it on the userls
A-disk for subsequent application in the
new VSAM or Access Method services system.

367R ENTER TAPE {INPUTIOUTPUT} tDNAMES:

~!~

Action: RC = 24
VSA"GEN is
terminated and
the system
returns to the C"S command environment.

User Action: If the release number is
incorrect,
restart
the
VSAMGEN
EXEC
procedure and enter the correct number.
Otherwise, see the description of CMS VSAM
and Access Method Services in the VM/37Q
PlaBninq and ~tem GeneratioB ~'yid~.
370R ENTER IGOI IF SAVED
SYSTEM
CREATED, OTHERWISE IQUITI

IS

TO

BE

~xplanat!Qn:

You must supply the ddname of
the tape input or output data sets to be
used
in
the Access
Method
Services
jobstream. The ddname in each case must
mat co l:he iiddname il operand in the Access
Method Services control statement being
executed (EXPORT, IMPORT, or REPRO).

~!anation:

The VSAMGEN EXEC has created
the specified DOSLIB as stated in message
DMSVGN363 I and now requires whether i t is
to continue processing the DOSLIB or is to
be terminated.

~tem

~~g~

!ctiOB:
response.

The

system

waits

for

a

User Action: Enter the ddname of the tape
Input-or-output data sets to be used.

Action:
response.

The

system

waits

for

a

Use~ Act!~:
If you desire to temporarily
halt the creation of the saved system,
enter IQUITI; if IGO' is entered, the saved
system will be built.

3681 count NEW PTF DECKS WIll BE APPLIED
Explanatjon: VSAMGEN reads from the reader
or from the DOS/VS PTF tape the number of
files specified by "count". You can use
this count to verify the number of PTF
decks to be applied to build the new VSAM
or Access Method Services system(s).
This message appears once for each tape
file read. Accordingly, if the user reads
three tape files from the DOS/VS PTF taoe.
the total number of replacement modules' i~
the total from the counts specified in the
three DMSVPD368I messages.

3711 sysname IS LOADED, ENTER CP MODE
ZAPS, ELSE INULLI
~!anatiQA:

It is possible at this point
to apply ZAPs to the loaded system by
entering CP mode.
All text is now in
storage and the DISPLAY and STORE co.mands
may be used to make changes.
System Action: VSAMGEN issues a read to the
~p.r.inal

and waits for a response.

Use~ Acti~: If ZAPs
are desired, enter CP
mode. Make the desired changes, return to
CMS READ via BEGIN co ••and. Enter null
line to cause the VSAMGEN to continue.

369R ENTER RELEASE
SYSTEM:
368R ERASE
INOI:

sysname

DOSLIB? •• FNTER

I YESI

NUMBER

OF

DOS/VS

STARTER

OR
~!anatiQA:

~lang~!Qn:

The C"S DOSlIB file created
during execution of the VSAMGEN EXEC (see
message DMSVGN363I)
can be erased at this
time.
This message prompts you to indicate
whether or not you want the file erased.

~§te~

!ctjQB:
response.

!!§.gr

TO APPLY

!£~jQn:

The

system

waits

for

a

The VSAMGEN EXEC requires the
release number of the DOS/VS starter system
in order
to use
the associated
CMS
installaion files.

~!gJ

Action: VSAMGEN issues a read to the
terminal and waits for your response.

Us~~
Acti£n: Enter
the DOS/VS release
number of the restored system (must be 31
or later) •

Enter either "yes" or "no".
I TAPE I
380R ENTER
APPLICATION:

OR

ICARDS'

FOR

PTF

369E INVALID - RELEASE 31 OR LATER REQUIRED
~!s~atjQA:

EXp!£nstjQn: The release number entered in
response to
message DMSVGN369R
is an
earlier release than the one supported for
VSAM and Access Method Services.

160

IBM VM/370 System Messages

It is possible to apply DOS/VS
VSAM and Access Method Services PTFs either
by applying individual replacement object
decks through the reader or by stripping
the appropriate modules from a DOS/VS PTF
tape. This message prompts you to specify
which method you will use.

OMS,
Svste~

Actio~:

The

system

waits

for

a

response.

OR

'ALL'

FOR

EXCEED

'sysname'

]zp!anati~:

User !£tion: Enter TAPE or CARDS.
381R ENTER 'SELECT'
APPLICATION:

401S VM SIZE
(size)
CANNOT
START ADDRESS (address)

TAPE

PTF

The user's virtual machine
storage size as currently defined is of
such a size that the named system (when
loaded) would overlay part of the user's
virtual storage. This could have occurred
in either of the followinq ways:

~lan£tion:

Assuming the
PTF tape is
181 and positioned at the
correc~ ~ape file, VSAMGEN
orrers the user
the choice of applying all the VSAM and
Access Method Services PTFs or choosing
individual replacement files. This message
prompts you to specify what you wish to do.
attached

as

~te~

Action:
response.

The

system

waits

for

1.

The named system was sa ved below the
user's current virtual machine size,
or

2.

The named system was saved at an
appropriate address, but the user's
current virtual machine storage size
is so large that it would be partially
overlaid by the named system.

a

~!~~

User Ac!iQn: Enter SELECT or ALL.
382R ENTER NUMBER OF TAPE FILES TO BE PROCESSED:

Action: For DMSVIB, CMS abends with
an abend code of X'104'.
For DMSSET, RC =
40.
For all other modules, RC
104.
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~xplanatiQn:

VSAMGEN must know how many PTF
tape files to scan for the VSAM and Access
Method Services replacement modules.
Syste~

!ctio~:

The

system

waits

for

a

response.
User Actio~: Enter a decimal number showing
the number of tape files to be processed
startinq with current tape position.

User Action:
Contact the system programmer, who
must create a new copy of the named
VSAM or Access Method Services system
at an address that is high enough not
to conflict with any virtual machine
size permitted for VSAM users, or

1.-

2.

Enter CP mode and define a smaller
virtual machine storage size for this
VSAM user so his virtual storage is
not overlaid by the named system, and
then reload {via IPL) CMSIDOS.

383R APPLY 'filename'? ••• ENTER 'NO' OR EOB:
~xplanatiQn:

The
user
has
requested
selection of PTF replacement modules during
VSAMGEN EXEC execution.

-

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

402S GETVIS FAILED IN DOS/VS BAM OPEN/CLOSE
§ygte~

Action:
response.

The

system

waits

for

a

User !£tion: If you do not want to apply
the PTF contained in the named file, enter
"no". If you do want the file, indicate an
EOB by pressing ENTER on a 3211 display
terminal or RETURN on a 2141 terminal.
400S SYSTEM 'sysname' DOES NOT EXIST

Ex~!~ation: The DOS/VSE
FB-S12 OPEN/CLOSE
routines have
returned with
an error
indicating that the DTF currrently beinq
processed could not be opened because of a
lack of virtual storaqe.

System Action:
The OPEN or
CLOSE is
canceled. System status remains the same.
User Action:
Redefine a larger amount
virtual storage and IPL CMS again.

of

~xplanation:

The subject system has not
been defined in the Control Program module
DMKSNT.
(Basic System Extensions)

§yste~

Action: For DMSVIB, CMS abends with
abend code X'044'. For all other modules,
Re = 44. Execution of the user program is
terminated. The system returns to the state
it was in before the start of the user
program.
User !£tiQn: contact the system programmer,
who will generate the saved system for the
correct system name.

403S filename SHARED
RELOA D Cl."ISDOS

SEGMENT NOT

AVAILABLE

~!anation:

An OPEN has been issued for a
file that resides on an FB-512 DASD, but
the CMSBAM shared seqment has not been
generated.

§I§!em Action:
The OPEN
is
System status remains the same.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

canceled.

Messages

161

DKS
User Ac~ion: The CftSBAft shared segment must
be generated and saved with the VSAftPP EXEC
and the SET DOS ON command reissued.

Code Meaning
--1-- A line was too long.
5
An unknown error occurred.

(Basic Systell Extensions)
404S filename LOGIC
SHARED SEGMENT

MODULE NOT FOUND

Code A~ill
--3-- A permanent I/O error occurred.

IN CKSBAft

]xp1a~~~ion:

An OPEN has teen issued for a
file residing on an FB-512 DASD but the
appropriate 10qic could not be located.
This indicates that
the CftSBAM shared
segment has been generated incorrectly.
Syste~
~ction:
The OPEN
is
System status remains the same.

User

Action:

Have the

Code
--2-3
13

Aeaninq
A unit exception occurred.
A wrong-length record was detected.
A permanent I/O error occurred.

can~~l~d,

programmer
map for
unresolved
external
references.
The
modules
that are
unresolved must
be
obtained froll the DOS/VSE PID tape and
VSAMPP EXEC must be rerun to generate the
CKSBAM shared seqment.

~!n

Action: RC = 100
Execution of the com.and is terllinated.

system

examine~he- CftSBAft linkage editor

User Action:
Use the
error code
to
determine and correct the possible cause of
error.
~12S

CftSXGEN FAILED DUE TO SETKEY ERROR
- - -

410S CONTROL PROGRAM ERROR INDICATION 'retcode'
Ex~natiQn: An
unexpected error occurred
while the Control Program was processing a
request froll CMS to find or load the
specified saved system.

~Y2te~

412S (CHSIGENICftSZGEH}
FAILED
(SETKEYIDIRECTORY BUILD} ERROR

DUE

TO

Explanation: Errors occurred while trying
to issue the SETKEY command to set storaqe
keys or while executing the DftSZES command
in the case of a directory build error.

Action: For DKSVIB, CKS abends with
abend code X'177'. For other modules, RC =
i77. In both cases, i77 is the actual error
code from the Control program, indicating
that paqinq I/O errors have occurred.

~1~iction:

User Action:
The QUERY SYSNAHES command
displays the names of the saved segments
for the CHS virtual lIachine. Any reguested
segment must have been saved via procedures
documented in the
VH/37Q Planning ~nd
~ste~
Ge~ation
.§J!ide.
contact
the
installation
systell
proqrammer
for
assistance.

Use~ Action: A message was issued by DftSSSK
before this message wa s issued. Use the
explanation and user action for the DftSSSK
message to correct the error. If this is a
directory build error, a message was issued
by DftZSES before this message was issued.
Use the explanation and user action of the
DftZSES message to correct the error.

411 S (I NPUT I OUTPUT} ERROR CODE 'nn' ON • SYSxxx'
Exp1aB~~!Qn:
An unrecoverable
input or
output error occurred while reading from or
writing to SYSxxx.
SYSxxx is the card
reader, the printer, a tape drive,
or the
logical unit assigned to the specified OSor DOS-formatted disk.
The Inn' code
indicates the nature of the error; it may
be one of the following:

Code Heaning
3
An unknown error occurred.

162

(Basic System Extensions)

IBK VM/370 system Kessages

RC -

iOG

Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

413S STORAGE NOT INITIALIZED FOR VSAft PROCESSING
Explanation: The program
has issued a
CDLOAD
(SVC 65),
but
the DOS
VSAM
environment under CHS is not acti vee
A
CDLOAD requires VSAft storage initialization
to have taken place, but this has not been
done.
~!n

Action: RC = 104
The job is terminated.
remains the same.

The

system status

User Action: Issue the CftS command SET DOS
the VSAft
option in order to
initialize storage
properly, and
then
reexecute the proqram.

~with

DPIS

~!~Action:

An OS file is not opened.
A
C!S/DOS job is cancelled and the TAPESL
macro gives an error return code of 32.

420E NSL EXIT FILENAME MISSING OR INVALID
Explanation: The filename specified for
user-written, nonstandard label processing
routine must be the name of a TEXT or
No file could be found that
MODULE file.
had a filetype of TEXT or MODULE with the
specified name.
~te~ Actio~:

The command

or program

User Action: Be sure the tape is positioneo
properly and that the correct tape is
mounted. If necessary, reposi tion the tape
and then reissue the job or command.

is

not executed.
(Basic System Extensions)
User Action:
specify the name of a valid
NSL exit routine and reissue the command.
- - 421E

4231

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

'TAPn
(cuu) ,
'filename'

HDR1

LABEL

MISSING

Expl~ation: This
message occurs when you
respond to message DMSTLB433R by requesting
that a new volume label be written on a
tape. An OS simulation SL tape has been
requested with
a specified
positional
parameter indicating the file is not be the
first on the tape.

FOR

ExP1gnati~: A tape specified
as standard
label does not have a HDR1 label. Filename
is dtfname for eMS/DOS or ddname for OS
simulation.
The message will also occur
for a tape that has HDR1 labels but is not
positioned
correctly for
input
label
processing.
Syste~ \ction:
The tape
the record that was read
executed.

'TAPn (cuu) , POSITION PARAMETER IGNORED.
OUTPUT FILE WILL BE WRITTEN IMMEDIATELY
AFTER NEW VOL1 LABEL

~!y

Action: The positional param.eter is
ignored and the new label file is written
immediately after the new VOL1 label.

is positioned at
when the HDB1 was

For eMS/DOS, message DMSTLB43SR is issued.
(Basic System Extensions)
For OS simulation, an OPEN error occurs.
424E 'TAPn (cuu) , NOT POSITIONED AT EOF1 LABEL
The
TAPEMAC and
TAPPDS commands
are
terminated without reading any tape data.
The TAPESL
32.

macro returns an error

~lanation:

The eMS
TAPESL macro was
issued with the fUnction EIN but the tape
was not positioned at an EOF1 or EOV1
label.

code of

~!g~

Action: No label is processed. The
macro returns a code of 32 and the tape is
left positioned to the same record it was
positioned at when the macro was issued.

yser Ac!iQn: Verify that the proper tape is
mounted.
ReDlv to messaae DMSTLB43SR if
issued. If the" wrong tape is mounted, try
again with the correct tape. If labels are
not expected on the tape, respecify label
type as BLP or LABOFF and try again.

User

reissue the
you do not
processed.

(Basic System Extensions)
422E

'TAPN
~uu}'
'filename'

POSITIONED

Act ion:

posItione~t

WRONG

Space the ta pe so it is
the EOF1 trailer label and
macro or ignore the error if
want the tape trailer label

FOR
(Basic System Extensions)

ExPlA~atiQn:

A tape was not positioned
correctly for label processing to occur.
For output tapes, an attempt was made to
write a new label when the tape was not
positioned at an existing HDR1 label or
tapemark.
For CMS/DOS input tape, the message is
issued when the file sequence number on the
tape label is larger than the one specified
in the LABELDEF cOJlm.and.
The filename is
the symbolic name in the DTFMT for the
file.

42SR

'TAPn
(cuu) , BLOCK
COUNT ERROR
'filename' ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'CANCEL'

FOR

~!anatiQB:

The block count in an EOF1
record does not match the number of blocks
actually read.
Filename is dtfname f0r
CMS/DOS or ddname for OS simulation.

For OS simulation, the message is onl y
issued when you do not have a block count
exit routine specified in the DCB EXIT
list.

For CMS, the filename is LABDEFid.
For OS simulation, the filename is ddname.
Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Messaqes

163

DMS
For the TAPESL macro the message is issued
only when you have not specified an error
return
(by the ERROR=parameter)
that is
different from the normal return.
~st~~

Actio~:

The

system

waits

for

a

reply.
User Action:
Enter 'IGNORE' to continue
processing--normally or 'ERROR' to cancel
the job in CMS/DOS, or to cause an abend
with code 500 in either OS simulation or
when processing the CMS TAPESL macro.

For OS simulation, the program abnormally
terminates with a code 001 if you are using
QSAM or if you use a CHECK macro in B5AM.
If you are using BS1M with no CHECK macro,
your program continues to try to write on
the tape.
The tape is always rewound and
after this message is issued.

unloaded

User !cti2n: The operator must mount a new
tape to continue the file. If possible,
reorganize the output data to fit on a
single tape reel.

(Basic System Extensions)
426R 'TAPn (cuul' UNEXPIRED
OR 'ERROR'

For CMS;nOS, the job is then cancelled and
the tape is rewound and unloaded.

FILE ENTER 'IGNORE'
(Basic System Extensions)

Expla~giion:

The system is trying to write
over a HDR1 record on tape cuu that has an
expiration date that has not yet expired.
Syst~~

Actio~:

The

system

waits

for

a

response.
User Action:

Enter 'IGNORE' to write over
record
and disregard the
expiration date.
Enter 'ERBOR' to cancel
the job in CMS/DOS or to prevent the file
from being opened in OS simulation.

t~ exIstIng

(Basic System Extensions)

4291 'T1Pn (cuu) , EOT ON OUTPUT
Expl~ation:
End-of-tape was encountered
while the system was writing a tape file
with CftS/DOS or OS simulation I/O macros.
The tape file was not defined to have IBM
standard labels.

~!~ ~tion:

1 tape mark is written after
the last data record.
If the file has
nonstandard labels and a user exit has been
specified, control is transferred to this
nonstandard label routine.
See message
DMSTLB4281 for
a description
of tape
positioning and user program action when
this message is issued.

427R 'TAPn (cuu) , EOV1 LABEL READ
Expla~ation:

While
processing
trailer
labels for an input ~Q~~ file, QU EOV1
label was read instead of an EOF1 label.

User Action: No response is necessary.
However;-if- you want to mount a new tape
and continue reading the file, you must
send a message to the operator requesting
that a new tape be mounted. The data on
the new tape must be processed as a new
file by CMS.

(Basic System Extensions)
4281 'TAPn

~uu)'

EOV1 LABEL WRITTEN

~~P!g~~iion:

End-of-tape was encountered
while writing an output file on a tape with
IBM standard labels under CMS/DOS or OS
simulation.
This message is also issued
when TAPESL is used to write an EOV1 label.

~Y§te~

A£ti2n:
are
written
end-of-tape.

164

A tape mark and EOV1 label
after
detecting
the

IBM VM/370 System Messages

User Acti2n: The operator must mount a new
tape to continue the file. If possible,
the operator should reorganize the data so
each file viII fit on an individual tape.

(Basic System Extensions)
430E 'TAPn (cuu) , LABELDEF
FOR FILE 'filename'

INFORMATION MISSING

Expl!natiQD: Under CMS/DOS or CMS you must
specify a LABELDEF statement for every
labeled tape file. One was not found for
DTFMT or labeldefid with the specified
filename.
The message may occur for OS
simulation files if you have inadvertently
cleared the FILEDEF or LABELDEF for the
specified filename.
~!~

Action: The job is canceled for
CMS/DOS, the file is not opened for OS
simulation and the T1PESL macro returns an
error code of 28.
User Action: Specify a LABELDEF statement
for the-£ile and execute the job again.

DMS

or

(Basic System Extensions)

431E 'TAPn (cuu) , VOL1 LABEL MISSING
Ex2!gnation: This message occurs when you
request that a tape have its VOL1 label
checked or displayed. The tape does not
contain a VOL1 label as its first record.
Syste!.
Action:
terminated.

The

TAPE

OS/VS operating

system

allows a

VOL1

label to be written.
It is never issued
unless
either
message
DlISTLB431E
or
DlISTLB432E is also issued.

command

Syst~

Action:

The

system

waits

for

a

reply.
User Action:
You may enter 'REJECT' to
reject the tape or rewrite the VOL1 label
on the tape by entering WRITE followed by a
left parenthesis and, with no intervening
blanks, a one- to six-character volume
serial number to be written in the label.
No owner field may be specified. To write
a VOL 1 label with an owner field you must
use the WVOL1 function on the TAPE command.

is

For CMS/DOS input files, message DMSTLB435R
is issued.
For as input files, an OPEN error occurs.
User Action: Be sure the operator has
mounted-the- correct tape.
Respond to any
further messages that
are issued.
If
necessary, reissue the command or program.

(Basic System Extensions)
434E

'TAPn (cuu) , INPUT LABEL ERROR IN
'fieldnalie' FILE 'filena me'

FIELD

(Basic System Extensions)
432E

'TAPn. (cuu) ,
VOLID volid DOES NOT
LABELDEF VOLID FOR 'filename'

lIATCH

Expla~ation:

The
volume serial
number
(volid) on a tape VOL1 label is not the
same as the volume serial number specified
on a LABELDEF or FILEDEF com. and.
Filename
is dtfname for CMS/DOS or ddname for OS
simulation.
The volid displayed in the
message is the one found on the tape label.
~Y§teI!

Actio.B:
CBS/DOS
DBSTLB435R is issued.

CftS commands
beinq read.

files,

~tem

Action:
For
DMSTLB435R is issued.

message

ClIS/DOS,

CMS commands and TAPESL macro
without reading any tape data.

terminate

message
For as simulation, the file is not opened.

terminate without

For CMS TAPESL macro for input,
code of 32 is returned.
For as simulation input
not opened.

Explanation: A field in a tape HDR1 label
did not agree with the field specified on a
LABELDEF command for the file.
Filename is
dtfname for CMS/DOS or
ddname for OS
simulation.
'fieldname'
identifies the
field causing the error.

any

data

an error

User Action: Be sure the LABELDEF statement
for-the file is correct. If it is, the
wrong tape may be mounted or i t may be
positioned at the wrong file.
Reply to
message DftSTLB435E if issued.

files, the file is
(Basic System Extensions)

For as simulation or TAPESL output files,
message DftSTLB433R is issued.
User Action: Be sure the correct volume
serial-number is specified on the co.mand.
If it is, the correct tape was not mounted.
Ask the operator to mount the proper tape.
Reissue the command or program.

(Basic System Extensions)

435R ENTER 'IGNORE' or 'CABCEL'
Explanation: This message is never issued
alone. It always follows another CMS/DOS
message that identifies a tape label error.
This aessage gives the
CMS/DOS user the
choice of ignoring a label processing error
and continuing the job or cancelling it.
~1~

Action:

The

system

waits

for

a

reply.
433R ENTER 'WRITE (volid)' OR 'REJECT'
Use~

Action: Enter 'IGNORE' or 'CANCEL'.

Explanati0.B: This message is issued when an
output OPEN routine finds a tape has a VOL 1
volid that does not match the one specified
or if an output tape has teen specified as
SL and no VOL1 label is on it. The .essage
is issued only in situations where a DOS/VS

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messaqes

165

DMS
- - -

601R ENTER SPECIFICATION LIST:

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

4361 'TAPn
(cuu) , MISSING
FOR 'ddname'

USER STANDARD

LABEL

This message is issued when
the OS simulation user reguest SUL tape
label processing on a F1LEDEF command. The
user also has a user exit in the DCB exit
list for the file identified by ddname.
However, the tape did not contain a user
UHL or UTL label.

IDrn!~nati.Q.!!:

The specification list tha tis
to be entered in conjunction with the SPECS
option is requested.

~xplana~iQn:

Action:
response.

The

~!em

Use!

Acti~:

system

waits

for

a

Enter the specification list.

602R ENTER THAN SLA TION LIST:
Action: If a tape mark is read
instead -of--the
expected user standard
label, the tpae is positioned at the record
immediately
after
the
tape
mark.
Otherwise, the tape is tackspaced so it is
positioned at the record that-was read when
a user standard label was expected.

~Y§tem

User Ac~ion: None, if the tape file was not
expected to contain a user label.
If one
was expected, halt the program execution
and be sure the correct tape is mounted.

(Basic System Extensions)
4371

'TAPn (cuu)' NSL FOUTINE RETURNED
CODE 'nnnnnn' FOR 'filename'

ERROR

This message is issued when
you execute
a nonstandard
tape label
processing routine that returned a nonzero
return code of 'nnnnnn' in register 15.
'filename' is the ddname for the file that
caused the code for OS simulation; for the
TAPEMAC and TAPPDS commands, it is the id
parameter specified by the user.
Explana~!Qn:

System Action: The nonzero return code
prevents-an--os file from being opened or
causes the TAPEMAC or TAPPDS commands to be
terminated without processing
any tape
files.
~ser A£~iQn:

Examine your NSL routine to be
sure you wanted to return a nonzero code.
If you did, then you probably have the
wrong tape mounted or you anticipated this
condition.

IDrn!~nat!.Q.!!:

The translation list that is
to be entered in conjunction with the TRANS
option is requested.
Syst~
Action:
response.

The

603R FORMAT WILL
'mode (cuu) '.
(YES I NO) :

ERASE ALL FILES
DO YOU WISH TO

a

ON DISK
CONTINUE?

Expl~nati~:
This message is a reminder
that the formatting process erases existing
files.
Syst~
Action:
response.

Use!

Acti~:

The

system

waits

for

a

Enter "yes" or "no".

604R ENTER SORT FIELDS:
ExplAMati~; The command reguires a list JI
sort fields on which to perform a sort.

Action:
response.

~!~

The

system

waits

for

a

Action:
Enter
pairs of numbers,
separated by a blank, defining the starting
and ending character positions of sort
fields within the records.

Us~!

60SR ENTER DISK LABEL:

~§!~

~tem !£~!Qn:

label-for~he disk. If

Action:
response.

The

User Action: Enter a

IBM VM/370 System Messages

for

Use! ActiQn: Enter the translation list.

Explan~~iQn: The disk specified by the mode
operand of the SET DOS ON command is not a
DOS/VS system residence volume.

RC = 32
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same.

166

waits

IDrn!anati.Q.!!: You are requested to enter a
label for the disk being formatted.
The
label will be written on the disk at
cylinder 0, track 0, record 3.

444E VOLUME 'label' IS NOT A DOS SYSRES

User !£~iQn: Reissue the command
correct mode.

system

with the

system

waits

for

a

one- to six-character
you enter less than
six characters, the label is left-justified
and padded with blanks. If you enter a
null line, the system displays the message
DISK REKAINS UNCHANGED.

DMS
606R SYSTEM DISK ADDRESS

:=

you
message

If

CUll

Explanati.Q1!: "cuu" designates the device
address of the system disk (S-disk). On
this disk CMS expects to find all CMS
system
information
and
programs
not
contained within the CMS nucleus, such as
the disk-resident command modules. If the
CMS nucleus is written on this disk, then
cuu is also the IPL device address.
Syste~

Actio~:

response.
address~

The system waits for a
:f you enter an invalid device
the message

an

invalid device

address,

DMSINI079E INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS REENTER
is issued. Messa~e DMSINI608R is reissued
and you may enter a valid device address.
If the
IPL device designated
is not
currently defined, is not in read/write
status, or is an unsupported device type,
message
DMSINI082E IPL DEVICE ERROR - REENTER

DMSINI079E INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS REENTER
is issued. Kessage DMSINI606R is reissued,
and you may enter a valid device address.
If you enter a null line, 190 is assumed to
be the system disk address.
Once the system disk address entered
accepted, message DMSINI615R is issued.
Use£ !£~iQ~: Enter a valid
or a null line.

is

device address

is issued. Message
DMSINI608R is then
reissued. At this time, you may enter CP
mode by signaling attention, and determine
the status of the designated device by
entering the CP command
QUERY VIRTUAL cuu
Then take the corrective action necessary
to define the device for your virtual
Ilachine or to access it in read/write
status. Reenter CMS mode by issuing the CP
cOllmand
BEGIN

607R REWRITE THE NUCLEUS? (YESINC)
You must then reenter the device address.
~xplana~ion:

Your response to this message
determines whether or not a copy of the CMS
nucleus is written onto disk.

Once the IPL device address is
message DMSINI609R is issued.

System Action:
response.

User Action: Enter a valid
or a nUllline.

The

system

waits

for

a

User Action: Enter either "yes" or "no."
If youenter "no" a copy of the CMS nucleus
is not written onto disk. The remaining
guest ions in generating a new CMS nucleus
are skipped and control is passed to the
CMS initialization routine.
If you enter "yes", message
issued.
If you fail to enter
the message

either "yes" or "no",

is issued. ~essage DMSINI607R is reissued
and you may enter a valid response.

=

cuu

Explanation:
"cuu" designates the device
address on which the CMS nucleus is to be
written. If the system disk and the IPL
device are to be the same, you need only
enter a null line.
System Actio~:
response.

The

system

- - -

device address

= nnn

(Basic System Extensions)

609R NUCLEUS {CYL I BLK} ADDRESS

nnn

DMSINI608R is

DMSINI081E INVALID REPLY. - ANSWER "YES"
OR "NO"

608R IPL DEVICE ADDRESS

609R NUCLEUS CYL ADDRESS

accepted,

waits

for

Inlanation: "nnn" designates the cylinder
address (on the device entered in response
to message DMSINI608R) on which the CMS
nucleus is to be written.
(For Basic
System Extensions, "nnn" designates the
FB-512 block number (on the device entere~
in response to message D!INI608R) on which
the CMS nucleus is to be written).
nnn
must be between 001 and m-1 where.! eguals
the number of cylinders or blocks on the
disk, the cylinders or blocks on a disk
being numbered from 0 to~. nnn must be
entered in decimal.
(For Basis System Extensions, if an FB-512
device, the FB-512 block number must be a
multiple of 256 and 256 blocks must be
available at that location to form an
FB-512 extent.)

a
~!em

Action:
response.

The

system

waits

Conversational Monitor system (eMS) Messaqes

for

a

167

DMS
If you do not
enter a valid decimal
cylinder or block number, the message
DHSINI080E INVALID {CYLIEIKJ NUHEER REENTER
is issued, messaqe DHSINI609R is reissued,
and you may enter a valid cylinder number
(For Basic System Extensions, FE-512 block
number) •
If
the
cylinder or
FE-512
block(s)
specified is not greater than the number of
cylinders or FE-512 block(s) already in use
on the device
(as indicated in the file
directory), the message

If you enter "yes", the initial 1PL text is
written on cylinder or block 0 as well as
on the cylinder or block designated in
response to message DMSINI609R.
If you enter "no" the initial IPL text is
written only on the cylinder or block
designated
in
response
to
messaqe
DMSINI609R.
If you enter either "yes" or "no", message
DMSINI611R is issued.
,Yser Action: Enter "yes" or "no".

=

611R VERSION IDENTIFICATION
D"SIWtOA3E

wnct~ns

WTL~

OVERL~Y

PT~R~

-

RECOHPUTE
- - -

(Easic System Extensions)

DHSINI083E NUCLEUS {CYLIELKJ SPECIFICATION
UNACCEPTAELE, ERROR 'X'

Explanation:
Thirty-two
bytes
:> f
information, including
blanks, can
be
entered
to specifically
identify
the
version and level of CMS; this information
is displayed or printed out wben an IPL CMS
is executed. The default identification
(specified by a carriage return) is:
CMS VERSION n.n - IIm/dd/yy

is issued. Hessage DHSINI609R is reissued.
You may respond with a larger cylinder or
block number, or IPL the CMS system and
format the specified IPL device witb the
RECOHP option.
Once the nucleus cylinder
or block address
is accepted, message
DHSINI610R is issued.

- - -

(Easic System Extensions)

CMS VM/ESE 2 6xx - am/dd/yy

User
Action:
address:---

Enter

610R ALSO IPL CYLINDER 01
- - -

a

valid

CMS VM/SE 2 6xx - mm/dd/yy
(YESINO)

(Basic System Extensions)

610R ALSO IPL {CYLIELKJ 01

(System Extensions) -

cylinder

where 6xx is the current Service Level and
mm/dd/yy is the month, day, and year tbe
CMS nucleus was created.

(yESINO)
Syst~
Action:
response.

Explana~ion:
(For Easic System Extensions,
tbe terms "FE-512 extent", "block" and
"block
number" are
applicable) •
The
initial TPL text is always written on the
same cylinder or FE-512 extent as the CKS
nucleus, that is, the cylinder or FE-512
extent designated in response to message
DMSINI609R.
(The initial IPL text is a
bootstrap program that reads in the nucleus
from the designated cylinder or block.)
If
it is not also written on cylinder or block
0, you must enter the cylinder or block
number whenever an IPL is issued for the
system
being
generated.
For
more
information, see the IPL command in the
VHL}lQ ~g ~Q~and Eei~£~ for General
Us~~~.

12Y§~~U! !£~ion:

If you do not enter "yes" or
"no", the messaqe
DMSIN1081E INVALID REPLY - ANSWER "YES"
OR "NO"

is issued. Message DHS1NI610R is reissued
and you may enter a valid response.
168

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Tbe

system

User Action: Enter version
information or a null line.
612R INSTALLATION HEADING

waits

for

a

identification

=

EXl!!.anati.Q!!:
Sixty-four
bytes
of
information, including
blanks, can
be
entered
to serve
as an
installation
standard beading at the beginning of each
output
file.
The
default
heading
(specified by a null line) is:
CONVERSATIONAL MONITOR SYSTEM
~§~em

Action:
response.

The

system

waits

for

a

Use! Action: Enter up to 64 characters of
identifying information, or a null line.
615R Y - DISK ADDRESS
~!.l!nati.Qll:

address

of

= cuu

"cuu" designates the device
tbe system
disk e xten sion

DKS
(Y-disk). On this disk, CKS expects to find
all CMS system information and programs not
contained within the CMS nucleus and not on
the S-disk, such as disk-resident command
modules. If the CMS nucleus is written on
this disk, then cuu is also the IPL device
address.
(It is not required that you have
a Y-disk.)
§yste~

Actio~:

The

system

waits

for

Use~ Action: If
the file has been rea~ in
as READCARD CKSUT1 A1, rename it to a
desired fileid.

7031 FILE 'fn ft [fm]' COPIED
Explanat!on:
The named
copied from tape to disk.

file

has

been

a
Syst~

response.

Action: None.

If you enter an invalid device address, the
message
DSHINI079E INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS REENTER
is issued. Message DMSINI615R is reissued,
and you may enter a valid device address.
If you enter a null line, "19E" is assumed
to be the system disk extension address.
If you do not want a I-disk, then do not
have a disk 19E in your directory entry,
and enter a null line.

7041 INVALID CLEAR REQUEST
Explanation: A CLEAR
for a file definition
No action took place.
~!~

request was entered
that does not exist.

Action: None.

User Action: Correct the file
specified in the CLEAR request.

definition

7051 DISK REMAINS UNCHANGED
once the system disk extension address is
accepted, message DMSINI607R is issued.

~!anat!on:

The reply

to DHSFOR605R

was

not "yes".
User Action: Enter a

anufl1ine.

valid disk address or
~Y§!em

Action:
unchanged.

7011 NULL FILE
Explanat!~:

disk

remains

User Action: Enter the next command.
There

were no records

in the

file.

7061 TERM INPUT
DATA

For DKSRDC, two READ control cards were
encountered, but
there were
no cards
available to be placed in the first file.
For DMSTPE, an end-of-CMS-file
found, but there were no other
the file.
syste~

The

None.

Act!Q~:

record was
records in

-- TYPE

NULL LINE

FOR END

OF

~!~nation:

The
input ddname
in the
KOVEFILE command refers to a terminal.
This messaqe requests the input da ta to be
copied to the output device or file.

~tem

Action:
response.

The

system

waits

for

a

processing continues.
User ActiQD: Enter data or a null line.

User Action: If records were expected, the
file should be resubmitted.
707I TEN FILES COPIED
7021 :READ fn ft fm
Explanation: This message is displayed for
every READ control card encountered during
a READCARD operation. When there are no
READ control cards, the following messages
ar e displayed:
READ CONTROL CARD IS KISSING.
ASSUMED:
:READ READCARD CMSUT1 A1
This indicates that the file
READCARD CKSUT1 A1.
~Y§te~

Expl~natiQa:
Ten members have been copied
from tape to disk as a result of the MAXTEN
option.

System Action: None.
User ActiQD: None.

FOLLOWING

is read in as

Action: Processing continues.

7081 DISK FILE 'FILE ddname
DDNAME 'ddna.e'

A1'

ASSUMED

FOR

Expl~ation: No FILEDEF
command was issued
for a ddname specified in the ftOVEFILE
command. As a result, the HOVEFILE command
issues a FILEDEF for that ddna.e.

If this is the input ddna.e, the disk file
must exist on disKe The block size and
Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Kessages

169

DMS
record
format
are
taken
from
the
characteristics of the input disk file.
If this is the output ddname, the disk file
is
created
on
the
A-disk.
Its
characteristics depend on the format of the
input file.
Syste~

7101

PHASE
xxxxxx

Action: Processing continues.

'phase'

ENTRY

POINT

Expla~1ion:
The phasE
locat~~ at location xxxxxx.

AT

entry

Use~

name of

is

the input

file and

ActiQn: None.

7221 FILE 'fname2
OUTPUT

LOCATION
point

indicates the
output file.

LISTING fm' WILL

HOLD A!SERV

Explanation:
The Access Method Services
output viII be placed on the qi ven disk
(other than the
user's A-Disk) •
This
information message is
omi tted if the
output file
is placed on
the user's
read/write A-disk.
System Action: Processing continues.
User

User Action: Issue
begin execution.

the

START command

Acti~:

7231 mode (cuu)
7111 NO SYSTEM SYNONYMS IN EFFECT
~xpla~ation:

No system synonyms are in
effect because you previously issued a
SYNONYM command with NOSTD specified as an
option.
Syste~

None.

to
{R/O I R/W} (-OS I-DOS 1

Explanation: The specified CMS-formatted
disk is accessed in read-only mode.
-OS
indicates the disk is OS-formatted. -DOS
indicates the disk is DOS-formatted.
Note: A read/write OS or
written on only by VSA!.

DOS disk

can be

ActiQn: None.
~tem-Action:

User Action: If you vant to have system
synonyms in effect,
iSSUE the SYNONYM
command with the STD option.

Use~

processing continues.

Action: lone.

7241 'cuu' REPLACES 'mode (ccu) ,
7121 NO SYNONYMS.

(DKSIBA NOT IN NUClEUS)

The routine
that handles
synonym processing is not in this system;
therefore, no synonyms are in effect.

Explanation: The disk that was accessed
replaces the disk specified in the search
order. The disk it replaces is released,
but is not detached.

~te1!.

System Action: processing continues.

Expla~1ion:

Action: None.

User Action: None.

User Action: Bone.

7151 {DOSGENICKSIGEN} CO!PLETE
- - -

7251 cuu ALSO = 'mode' [-OSI-DOS] DISK

(Basic System Extensions)

Explanation: The specified disk is also
accessed as the 'mode' disk.
The -OS
indicates that the disk is an OS disk; Th~
-DOS indicates that the disk is a DOS disk.

7151 {DOSGENICMSIGENICKSZGEN} COMPLETE

~tem

Action: Processing continues.

~xplanatiQn:

The CKS text decks have been
successfully loaded into the discontiguous
shared segment and the CP SAVESYS command
has been issued to save the system.
7261 'cuu mode' RELEASED
device has been
Expl~ati~: The specified
released since the
user has specified
another disk for that mode.

User Acti.Q.n: None.
7211 COpy 'fn ft fm' [{TOIAPPEBDIOVLY} 'fn
fm' {OLDINEW} FILE]

ft

~~~

Action: Processing continues.

~~ Acti~:

Expla~1iQn:

conjunction
170

This message
vith
the TYPE

IBM YM/370 System Messages

appears
option.

in
It

None.

DMS
7281 DEBUG ENTERED
AT xxxxxx]

[EXTERNAL INT!BREAKPOINT

nn

7511 "EMBER FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn'
~l~atiQ.!!:

If more than one LOADLIB or
TITLIB was specified, this messaqe tells
you which library the member was found in.

Expla~lign:

The system has entered the
DEBUG environment.
For a full description
of DEBUG, see the VM/370 ~~~ User's Guide
and the VML170 ~~~
Com~,g .snd
Macro

Syst~

Action: Processing continues.

Refere.!!£~.

User Action: None.
~t~~

Actio.!!: The
next command.

system

waits for

the
7775 DOS PARTITION
FETCH REQ UEST

User Actign: Enter a DEBUG sutcommand.

TOO

SMALL

TO

ACCOMMODATE

~lanation:

7321 'nnn'
{CYLINDERSIFB-512 BLOCKS}
ON DISK 'mode (cuu) ,

The virtual DOS partition is
too small to accommodate the FETCH request.
If the module or phase requested were
fetched into user storage, i t would exceed
PPEND.

FORMATTED

Explan~lign:
This message tells you how
many
cylinders
(or
for Basic
System
Extensions,
FB-512 blocks)
have
been
formatted on the specified disk.
~te~

System Action: RC = 104
Execution of the command is terminated.
User Action: Redefine the size of the
virtuar--partition using the SET DOSPART
command and reissue the command.
Note that
redefining
the partition
size
causes
storage to be reinitialized, and therefore
any previous loads or fetches must be
reissued.

Actign: processing continues.

7331 FORMATTING DISK 'mode'
Expla.!!atiQ.!!:
The
FORMAT
command
formatting the specified disk.

is
825E

~stem

Action: Processing continues.

7381 RECORD LENGTH IS 'nnn' BYTES
~xplanation:

The message
indicates the
length of records read in when it is not 80
bytes.

~te~

Action: processing continues.

7401 EXECUTION BEGINS
~xplanalign:

The
user
has
requested
execution of a program under CMS.

~te~

Action: The
program has
been
prepared ior--execution by the CMS loader
and control is now passed to the program •

.!!§.g Actign: None.

'CLEAR' IS
ITSELF

VALID ONLY

WHEN SPECIFIED

BY

ExplanatiQ.!!: CLEAR, CLEARALL, CLEARIO, or
CLEARMC was specified along with other
parameters. This is prohibited. The CLEAR
parameter must be specified by itself, with
no
reports requested.
No report
is
printed.
System Action: RC = 12
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system
status remains
the same.
No
clearing
takes place.
No report
is
printed.
User Action: Reissue the CPEREP command
requesting--the report without the CLEAR
parameter. After the report is genera ted,
issue CPEREP again with only the CLEAR
parameter, or use the ZERO parameter with
other parameters (where
compatible)
to
generate a report followed by immediate
clearing.
826E EREP TITLIBS NOT FOUND
~lanation:
EiE? 7XT~IBs,

In atteapting to search the
DMSIFC found that the pointer
to the first TITLIB contained zeros.

75CI ZAP PROCESSING COMPLETE
~xplanatign:

An END control record was
encountered and processing is terminated.
Syst~~!£tion:
All· files are
control returns to CMS.

Q~~Actio.!!:

closed

and

~!em

Action: RC = 56
Execution of the co.mand is termina ted.
The system status remains the same.

None.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Messaqes

171

DMS
Qser ActiQn: Issue a GLOBAL TXTLIB co.mand
listing the applicable EREP TXTLIBs in the
proper search order. If no local libraries
exist, the command should be:

reconstruction
process
is
successful,
initiate the CPEREP operation aqain.
If
the error recurs, call your system support
personnel.

GLOBAL TXTLIB ERPTFLIE EREPLIB
831E MORE THAI 100 CHARS OF OPTIONS SPECIFIED
Reissue the CPEREP command. If the error
persists,
support
call
your
system
personnel.

The
maximum
number
of
characters that can be used to specify
options for this command is 100. More than
100 characters were used.

~lanation:

8281 CPEREP ZERO OR CLEAR HAS BEEN COMPLETED
Action: RC = 62
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

~tem·

Explanation: CLEAR or ZERO was specified by
the user or other parameters caused ZERO to
be requested by default.
The VK/370 error
recor<1 i ng

cylint'lerl=;

havE

been

erased

j

except that only the I/O error recording
cylinder
vas
erased if
CLEARIO
was
specified; or only the machine and channel
check error recording cylinder was erased
if CLEARMC was specified.
Action: RC = 0
Control returns to CMS.

User

Action:

Check

the
valid command
com.and usinq less
than 100 characters to specify the options.
optIonS:-~eissue the

832S SOFTWARE INCOMPATIBILITY AT THE CPEREP-EREP
INTERFACE. CODE=nnn

~ystem

Q§er

Ac~iQn:

None required.

829W ATTEMPTED 'ZERO' WAS
PRIVILEGE CLASS F

SUPPRESSED. REQUIRES

]xplanation: CLEAR or ZERO was specified by
the user; or other parameters caused ZERO
to be requested by default. The VM/370
error recording cylinders were not erased
because the user was not authorized. Only
class F users have authorization to erase
the error recording cylinders.
A£tion: RC = 88 or RC = 0
If the CLEAP function failed, the return
code will be 88. If the ZERO function
failed, the return code will be O. Reports
(if requested) have already been generated.
Control returns to CMS.

~yste~

User Action: None required if ZERO was
requested--by mistake or default. If you
need
to
erase
the
error
recording
cylinders,
see
your
system
support
personnel to get a class F directory entry.
830E I/O ERROR READING A BLeCK CF
THE ERROR RECORDING CYLINDERS

RECORDS FROM

Exp!g~~iQn:
DMSREA, the
CPEREP
read
module,
encountered
a
permanent
input/output error while attempting to read
a 4K block of records from the error
recording area. probable hardware error.
Syst~~ !£tion: RC = 60
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system status remains the same.

Usgt Action:
Execute the
DDR service
program--to- obtain a dump of the error
recording cylinder on which the input error
occurred.
Reconstruct the data on the
error
recording
cylinders.
If
the
172

IBM VM/370 system Messages

Explanation: CPEREP is OS/VS EREP runninq
under CMS with CPEREP providing interface
code between OS/VS EREP and CMS.
Some
change has been made to OS/VS EREP (via
PTF, or a new release, etc.) that has made
it i.compatible with the interface provided
by CPEREP.
Code Meaning
-1-- An EXCP was attempted with a DCB other
than tbat of the SYS1.LOGREC data set.
2
OS/VS EREP is expected to use only one
lOB and one channel prog ram when it
uses EXCP to access the SYS1.LOGREC
data set. But it has attempted to use
IOBs or channel programs at more than
one location in storage.
3
The expected read/write command in the
channel
program
for
accessing
SYS1.LOGREC contains an unexpected op
code.
4
While readinq error
records (with
EICP) from (simulated) SYS1. LOGREC,
OS/VS EREP made an attempt to read
nonsequentially prior to completion of
the sequential reading phase.
S
An attempt was made to read record 2
of
SYS1.LOGREC
(the
time
stamp
record),
which
CPEREP
does
not
simulate.
6
The first EXCP to SYS1.LOGREC was not
the expected read of the SYS1.LOGREC
header record.
7
The channel program
for accessing
SYS1.LOGREC does not have the expected
format.
8
An invalid disk address (CCHHR) was
used
while attempting
to
access
SYS1.LOGREC.
9
There are no error records and yet
OS/VS EREP attempted to read error
records.
10
An
invalid
record
length
was
encountered while reading SYS1.LOGREC.
This may be due to error records being
overlaid on the error cylinders.

Dl!S
Svs~em Act!on: RC = 104
Execution of the command is terminated with
EREP message(s} IFC1351 or IFC149I.

User Ac~iQn: Reissue the command, or have
your system proqrammer try it.
If the
problem persists, call your system support
personnel.

15
16
17

901T UNEXPECTED ERROR AT 'addr': PLIST 'plist fn

18

ft fmc AT addr, BASE: addr, Be nn
19
Explanation: An unexpe~ted error occurred
in
COPYFILE
processing.
The
~plist~
indicates
one
of the
following
CMS
functions: RDBUF, iRBUF, FINIS, ADTLKP, or
RENAHE. The return code "nn" indicates one
of the following conditions:

20
21

l!eaning
The number of bytes to be written is
not integrally divisible by the number
of records to be written.
The length of this record is not the
same as that of the previous record.
The characteristic (F or V) is not the
same as the previous record.
A variable-length record is greater
than 65K bytes.
The number of records is qreater than
1 for a variable-length file.
The maximum number of data blocks
(16060) had been reached.
An iuvalid character appears ~u the
filename.
An invalid character appears in the
filetype.

'plist'

= FINIS

'plist' = RDBUF
Code lIeaninq

6

The tile is not open.

Code Meani.ng
--2-- The address of the buffer was not
within virtual storage limits.
3
A permanent disk error occurred. This
may occur if you link to and access
another user's disk, and try to read a
file that was refiled by its owner
after you issued the ACCESS command.
Reissue the ACCESS command and try to
read the file again.
5
The number of records is less .than 0
or greater than 32768.
7
The fixed/variable flag is not F or V.
8
The record read is longer than the
buffer.
9
The
specified file
is open
for
writing; it must be closed and opened
for reading.
11
The number of records is greater than
1 for a variable-length file.
12
The end of the file was reached.
13
An invalid displacement appears in the
AFT for a variable-length file.
14
An invalid character appears in the
filename.
15
An invalid character appears in the
filetype.

Code !lean lng
~ The mode is invalid, or the fileid is
incomplete.
28
The file was not found, a new file
already exists, fileids are identical,
or the file is inactive.
36
The disk is not read/write.

•

If the APPEND option was specified and
the copying process began before the
error was discovered, records have been
appended to the output file.

'plist' = iRBUF

•

If the NEiFILE (the default), REPLACE,
or OVLY option was specified, and the
copying process began before the error
was discovered, then COPYFILE CMSUT1, on
the output disk, contains the records
copied so far.

•

If multiple-output-file mode, several
output files may
have been created
before the error was discovered.

COde Meaning
--1-- An attempt was made to write a null
file.
2
The virtual storage address equals
zero.
4
The first character of the filemode is
invalid.
5
The second character of the filemode
is invalid.
6
The record number or number of records
is too long.
7
An attempt was made to skip over an
unwritten variable-length record.
8
The number of bytes was not specified.
10
The IICI.ximum number of CPlS files (3400)
was reached.
11
The fixed/variable flag is not F or V.
12
The disk is read-only.
13
The disk is full.

'plist'

= ADTLKP

Code l!eaning
--1-- The matching ADT block was not found.
'plist'

= RENI!lE

Action: RC = 256
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same, with the
following exceptions: .

~!:m!

User Action: Refer to the "plist" parameter
and-theRC "nn" parameter to determine if
an input/output error occurred. If i t did,
try to reissue the command.
Otherwise,
contact your system support personnel for
assistance.
902T IPL DEVICE READ I/O ERROR
Explanati~:
An uncorrectable I/O error
occurred while reading a Cl!S nucleus.

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173

DMS
~t~~

!ct!Qn: The

system

enters a

wait

state.
User Action: Call your installation support
personnel:--

Use~ Action: Notify the
system operator to
reset the switch; then IPL CMS again.

907T I/O ERROR ON FILE 'fn ft fm'
~!~ation:

The system tried to close a
file that had not been opened or could not
find a file that should exist.

903T IMPOSSIBLE PHASE CODE 'xx'
~xpla~tiQn:

A phase code larger than the
maximum was
detected during
the file
copying operation. This error should never
occur.

For
DMSHLP, an
error occurred
while
attempting to read from the requested HELP
text file.
Action: RC = 256
Execution of the command is terminated.
is
For
DMSLBM, the
lUCilB condi tion
unpredictable.

Syste!!! !ction: RC = 256
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same, with the
following exceptions:

~!:~

•

User Action:
For DMSLBM, issue M~CLIB MAP
to-Check-the validity of the library name.

•

If the NEWFILE (the default), REPLACE,
or OVLY option was specified, and the
copying process began before the error
was discovered, then COPYFIIE CMSUT1, on
the output disk, contains the records
copied so far.
In multiple output file mode, several
output files may
already have been
created before the error was discovered.

User Action: Call
forassIstance.

your support

personnel

For DMSLIO, if the error is in a TITLIB,
check the integrity of the dictionary.
Reissue the command and if the problem
persists, contact your installation support
personnel.
90aT FILE SYSTEM ERROR DETECTED. VIRTUAL
'cuu'. REASON CODE Inn'

ADDR

~lanation:

904T UNEXPECTED
'addr'

UNPACK

ERRCR AT

'addr',

BASE

~lgngt!Qn:

An
error
condition
was
detected during the process of unpacking a
file. probably, the file was not in PACK
format, or it was modified after it was
packed.

An error has been detected
indicating that the CMS file system may
have become disoriented with respect to the
disk having virtual address 'cuu'.
Inn'
indicates the nature of the error; it may
be one of the following:
Meaft; "'".

=
=
An error was

detected in trying to
read from
or write
on a
disk.
Probably the disk was detached
(via
the DETACH command) without having
been
released
(via
the
RELEASE
command) ,
or
the
disk
is
an
unsupported device. Error detected in
module DKSDIO.

~te!!!

!£tion: RC = 256
Execution of the command is terminated. The
system status remains the same, with the
following exceptions for DMSCPY:
•

•

If the NEWFILE (the default), REPLACE,
or OVLY option was specified, and the
copying process began before the error
was discovered, then COPYFIIE CMSUT1, on
the output disk, contains the records
copied so far.

-

A deallocation was attempted on a
nonallocated DISK block, or a MARK
operation was attempted on a block
already allocated.
The
error was
detected in DMSTRK, or a RDTRK/WRTRK
operation was attempted to a DISK
block number zero.
The error was
detected in module DMSDIO.

In multiple output file mode, several
output files may
have been created
before the error was discovered.

~~~~

!~tiQn:
contact
your installation
support personnel for assistance.

4

905S WRITE-INHIBIT SWITCH SET ON DRIVE ••• NOTIFY
OPERATOR
~~E!gngtiQn:

CMS tried to
write on a
virtual disk that resides on a disk whose
"write-inhibit" switch was set.
Action: DMSDIO returns to
with a code-6': "FILE IS READ-CNLY."

~Y§t~!!!

174

IBM VM/370 System Messages

caller

(Basic System Extensions) - - -

5

The cylinder number as calculated in
CMS is not within range of user's
disk, or an attempt was made to write
on the system disk (MODE=S).
Error
detected in module DMSDIO.
The cylinder number received by the
Control Program is not in the user's
range or an attempt was made to access
file record zero. Error detected in
module DMSDIO.

DKS

8

C

13

18
19
1C
24
25
28

4i

42
45

81
82

Meaning
An attempt was made to write on a
read-only disk.
Error detected in
module DKSDIO.
A channel programming error occurred.
Error detected in module DKSDIO or a
deallocation was attempted on a block
outside
the
range of
the
DISK
structure. The error was detected in
module
DMSTRK, or
a
RDTRK/iRTRK
operation was attempted with a byte
count of zero. The error was detected
in module DKSDIO.
An I/O error occurred while writing
the volume label to comait an ACCESS
ERASE
operation.
The
error
was
detected in DKSTRK.
An
I/O error
occurred during
a
RDTRK/iRTRK operation to an FB-512
device.
The error was detected by
DHSDIO.
A plist error was encountered during a
truncate operation.
The error was
detected by DKSERS.
A storage error occurred during a
truncate operation.
The error was
detected by DMSERS.
The file
or ADT for
a truncate
operation was not found. The error
was detected by DKSERS.
The file to undergo truncation vas
located on a R/O disk. The error vas
detected by DKSERS.
A storage error occurred during a
RDTR/iRTRK operation.
The error was
detected in module DKSDIO.
A FINIS
error occurred
during a
truncate operation.
The error was
detected by DKSERS.
Inconsistent V-Format pointers were
detected during a truncate operation.
The error was
detected in module
DMSERS.
No
free block
is available
for
allocation. Error detected in module
DMSTRK.
You may recover files from
this disk
if you
access it
as
read-only and copy the desired files
to another disk.
A parameter
list error
occurred.
Error detected in module DKSTRK.
The cylinder numter received by the
Control program is not in the user's
range, or an attempt was made to
access
file record
zero.
Error
detected in module DKSTRK.
No
free block
is available
for
allocation. Error detected in module
DMSTQQ.
A parameter
list error
occurred.
Error detected in module DKSTQQ.

Syste~ Aciion: The system enters a disabled
wait state. The user file directorv is not
updated.
-

User Act ion: IFL eKS again. If data on the
pack ~-still good, reissue the command.
If the problem
persists, contact your
system support personnel.

909T PERM I/O ERROR ON 'cuu'.
CSW
cccccccc SENSE ssssssss ssssssss
ssssssss ssssssss ssssssss.

cccccccc
ssssssss

~lanation:

An uncorrectable I/O error
has occurred on virtual device address
'cuu'. The CSW bytes at the time of the
error are indicated at the lowercase "c"
positions and sense data appears at the
lowercase "s" positions.
Syst~

Action: The system enters a disabled
wait state. The user file directory is not
updated.
User Action:
IPL CMS again.
Reissue the
command. -rf the problem persists, contact
your system support personnel.
- - -

(Basic System Extensions)

995E UNABLE TO OBTAIN FREE STORAGE FOR
PROCESSING. REDEFINE STORAGE SIZE

DKSBOP

Explanati~:
A program
executing under
CKSDOS tried to open a DTF. Not enough
free storage was
available to satisfy
requests issued by
the DMSBOP routine
(OPEN). The DTF is not opened.

Action: RC = 104
The program is cancelled.

~.tn

User Action: Redefine the storage size of
your virtual
machine, or
return free
storage that is not required.

(Basic System Extensions)
99GE NO LOGIC
'filename'

KODULE

POINTER

IN

DTF

FOR

A program
executing under
CMSDOS issued an OPEN for a DTF called
'filename'. Since the DTF is type SD, the
program must pass the pointer to the logic
module.
OPEN checks the DTF for this
pointer if the DTF device is not FB-512,
and if the pointer is zero, the DTF is not
opened.

~!anation:

~!y

Action: RC = 104
The program is cancelled.

User
Action:
Update the
program
inItialize the logic module pointer.

to

999E NO ft PROCESSOR FOUND
~lanation:

The
processor
module
appropriate to the filetype was not found.
Action: RC = 28
Execution of the command is terminated.

~.t~~

User

Action:

Correct

reissue-t~command.

the

filetype

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messages

and

175

EDIT

EDIT Messages

EOF REACHED

The followinq messaqes are issued by the CMS
Editor in response to the EDIT command and its
subcommands.
nnn LINE(S) CHANGED [, nnn LINE(S) TRUNCATED)
Ex~~~1io~: A CHANGE subcommand caused nnn
lines to be changed and/or nnn lines to be
truncated.

SAVED
~lanatiQn:

An automatic save (AUTOSAVE)
was just performed on the file currently
being edited.

AVAILABLE STORAGE IS NOW FULL

Expl~atiQn: The number of lines beyond the
starting line
specified in
a GETFILE
SUbcommand
exceeded
the end
of
the
indicated
file.
The
lines from
the
starting line to the end of the file were
inserted in the file.
When verification is
on, the last line inserted is displayed at
the terminal.

FILE IS EMPTY
Explanat!QD: An attempt to SAVE or AUTOSAVE
a null file was detected. If the subcommand
was FILE, the Editor exits and is erased;
if it was SAVE or AUTOSAVE, control returns
to edit mode. In either case, the file is
not stored on your disk.
FILE NOT FOUND

Explanation: The size of the file cannot be
increased.
Any
attempt to
add lines
produces the
message Ne
ROOM.
other
commands are unaffected.
Use the FILE
subcommand to store what you have already
edited on disk. To continue editing, you
may temporarily increase the size of your
virtual machine by issuing the CP command
DEFINE, or split the file into two smaller
ones.

~!anation:

The
file
identification
specified in a GETFILE subcomma nd was not
found on an auxiliary storage device.

GET FILE IS INCOKPLETE
1XP!anation: The available
storage was
exceeded while attemptin9 to execute a
GETFILE subcommand. The last line inserted
into the file is displayed at the terminal.

EDIT:
~lanatiQn:

This message indicates entry
to edit mode.
During initialization, if
the file identification specifi~u in the
EDIT co~~and is fonnd on disk r this is the
first response; otherwise, the file is new
and the message NEW FILE: precedes the
message EDIT: •
This message
is also
displayed:
•

When you enter a null 1 ine in edit mode.
C~S

•

When you return from
mode.

subset to edit

•

If verification is on when you
null line in input mode.

enter a

•

If verification is on
when
subcommand completes execution.

a

GIVEN STARTING LINE IS BEYOND EOF
Explanation: The starting line specified in

a GETFILE sunco.=and points beyona the last
line of the indicated file.
INPUT:
Expl~atiQ.n:

lines entered
of the file.

Indicates entry to in put mode;
at the terminal become part

INVALID LINE NURBER REFERENCE IN STMNT nnnnn
~lanation:

SAVE

END ZONE SET TO 72
~XP1~~~1iQn:

The SERIAL
subcom.and was
issued when the zone setting was within the
serialization field.
The end zone is reset
to column 72.

This message
occurs
for
VSBASIC files
only.
The
line number
referenced in statement nnnnn is invalid
(not numeric).
The old line number is
nnnnn. The RENU" subcommand is terminated
by the Editor without renumbering the file.
To continue, correct statement nnnnn and
reissue the subcommand.

INVALID SYNTAX IN STMNT nnnnn
~!~atiQn:

EOF:
~X£la~g1iQ~:

The line pointer is positioned
after the bottom line of the file or, if
the file is empty, after the null line at
the top of the file (subject to the setting
of the VERIFY subcommand).

176

IBM VM/370 System Messages

This
message occurs
with
VSBASIC files only. RENUM cannot convert
the line number operand in statement nnnnn
because of incorrect language usage. The
old line number is
nnnnn.
The RENUM
subcommand is terminated by the Editor. To
continue, correct the statement in line
nnnnn and reissue the command.

EDIT
NON-NUMERIC CHARACTER IN LINE NUMBER COLUMNS

INVALID $name PARAMETER LIST
'Exp1anat.iQn: The indicated edit macro was
invoked with one or more errors in the
subcommand line.

~lS!lation:

A nonnumeric character was
found in the columns reserved for line
numbers. The line pointer identifies the
line in error.
You should correct or
delete the line in error.

LINE xxxxx REFERENCED IN STKNT nnnnn, NOT FOUND
Ex~~1!Qn This messagE occurs for VSBASIC
files only.
The line numter specified as
an operand in statement nnnnn was not
found. The old line number is nnnnn. The
RENUM subcommand is
terminated by the
JSQl.1:or.
To continue, correct the .U.llt'!
number operand xxxxx in statement nnnnn and
reissue the command.

NOT FOUND

The search operand specified
in the ALTER, CHANGE, FIND, or LOCATE
encountered in the
subcommand was not
deli.ited range (current ZONE setting), V~
before the end of the file was reached.

~!anation:

OVERFLOW AT STATEMENT nnnnn
MAXIMUM LINE NUMBER EXCEEDED
~lanati~:

]xp1ana1!Qn: The RENUM subcommand specified
values for !lstrtno" and "incrno" that would
result in a line number that exceeds 99999
for VSBASIC files or 99999999 for FREEFORT
files. The RENUM subcommand is terminated
by the Editor. To continue, reissue RENUM
with proper strtno and incrno values.
This message is also issued for other
serialized files if the line number exceeds
99999. The file must be reserialized.
NEW FILE:
]xplanat!Qn: The message is issued durinq
Editor
initialization
if
the
file
identified in the EDIT command is not found
on the specified disk. If no filemode was
specified with
the EDIT
command, CMS
searches
only
the
A-disk
and
its
extensions.
NO LINES MOVED
];.~ng1!Qn:

invoked with
equal to o.

The edit
number of

macro SMOVE was
lines to be moved

NO ROOM
ExP15!nat!Q!l: An attempt to enter additional
lines to a file was detected after the
message AVAILABLE STORAGE IS NOW FULL was
displayed. Any stacked lines are cleared
to
avoid multiple
error messages
or
improper SUbcommand execution sequences.
Use the FILE subcommand to store what you
have edited so far on disk.
To continue
editing, you must either split the file
into two smaller
files or temporarily
increase the storage size of your virtual
machine via the CP DEFINE STORAGE command.
The maximum virtual storage permitted is
determined by the MSTOR value in your
directory entry.

This
message occurs
with
VSBASIC files only. The conversion of the
line number operand in statement nnnnn
would produce
a record
exceeding the
logical record length. The old line number
is
nnnnn.
The RENUM
subcommand
is
terminated by the Editor; to continue,
correct the state.ent at old line number
nnnnn and reissue the subcommand.

READ ERROR - GETFILE IS INCOMPLETE
Explanation: An unrecoverable error was
encountered during the
execution of a
GETFILE subcommand. The last line inserted
into the file is displayed at the terminal.
RECORD LENGTH OF FILE TOO LARGE
]xElanatiQn: The file identification of a
GETFILE subcommand indicates a file with a
record length greater than the file being
edited.
The GETFILE subcommand is not
executed.
RENUM MODULE NOT FOUND
]xElanati~:

The RENUM subcomaand requires
that there be a RENUM module on the system
disk. The RENUK subcommand is terminated
by the Editor.
Your installation system
programmer must place the RENUM module on
the system disk.

RENUMBER LINES
ExplS!lat.i~:

1.

The
line number
prompter
cann~t
proceed because therE are no more
numbers between
the current
line
number and the line number of the next
line already in the file (that is,
they differ by one).
In LINEMODE
RIGHT, the user can turn LINEMODE OFF,
issue a SERIAL subcommand, SAVE the
file on disk (reserializing it), and
finally turn LINEMODE RIGHT on and
continue with the editing session.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messaqes

177

EDIT

2.

The next line number,
100000, is too large.

3.

If you are editing
a VSBASIC or
FREEFORT file,
you can use the RENUM
subcommand to renumber your file.

100000000

or

This message is also issued if you use
FMODE subcommand specifying an access-mode
letter not in the range A-G, S, Y, or Z, or
an access-mode number that is qreater than

5.
SET NEW FILENAME AND RETRY

RESERIALIZATION SUPPRESSED

~!anation:

During the execution of a
SAVE, AUTOSAVE, or FILE subcommand, an
error occurred while alterinq the name of
the CMS work file.
You can -now institute
recovery procedures,
since the
Editor
returns to edit mode.
The work file
remains.
It should be
erased, and a
different
file
identification
for
a
subsequen t
SA VE,
AUTOSA VE,
or
FI LE
subcommand should be specified.

Explanati2n: Peserialization on a SAVE,
AUTOSAVE, or FILE subcommand is suppressed
when LINEMODE RIGHT is set so that the
numbers used during the editing session are
retained. To reserialize, repeat the SAVE,
AUTOSAVE, or FILE with LINEMODI OFF set.
SAVED (See "_SAVED".)

STACKED LINES CLEARED
SERIALIZATION IS INCOMPLETE
Expl§Aation:
Multiple subcommands
were
detected after a failure to increase the
file size when the Editor had indicated NO
ROOM.
This message is also displayed when
an abnormal exit from edit mode occurs (to
preserve the CMS command environment from
stacked EDIT subcommands), or when an error
is encountered in executing an edit macro.

Explanation: During the execution of a
SAVE, AUTOSAVE, or FILE subcommand that is
serializing a file, the disk becomes full
before the last line is written.
The
partial file is erased and the user is
notified of the condition.

SET NEW FILEMODE, OR ENTER
SOME SPACE

eMS SUBSET AND CLEAR

STACKED LINES CLEARED BY Sname
~!anatiQn:

When the named edit macro
(such as SMOVE)
is invoked, any stacked
lines are cleared by the macro before its
execution. This message also occurs when
an edit macro is issued when the current
line pointer is at the top of the file or
the end of the file.
When an edit macro is
issued with the current line pointer at any
other point in the file, the message does
not occur unless lines are stacked in the
console stack.

Explanali2n: During t he execution of a
SAVE, RENUM, AUTOSAVE, or FILE subcommand,
the disk becomes full before writinq the
last line of the file. The Editor erases
the partial file.
To continue: eith~r (1)
alter the destination of the edit file with
the FMODE subcommand, or
(2)
enter CMS
subset and erase unneeded files to make
more room available.

SET NEi FILEMODE AND RETRY

STRING NOT FOUND, NO DELETIONS MADE

Explanati2~:

An attempt was made to SAVE,
AUTOSAVE, or FILE a file on a disk that is
read-only or not accessed.
You may reissue
the subcommand specifying the filemode of a
read/write disk; or, if you do not have a
read/write disk active, you may enter the
eMS subset environment
by issuing the
subcommand eMS, then
issue the ACCESS
command to gain access
to a disk in
read/write status, and then return to the
edit environment by issuing the RETURN
command.
If you are using a VSBASle file and issued
a RENUM subcommand, you must access the
disk you specified in read/write status for
the subcommand to
operate.
The RENUM
subcommand is terminated by the Editor
without renumberinq the file. To continue,
use the FMODE subcommand to direct the file
to a read/write disk and reissue the RENUM
subcommand.

178

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Explanation: The specified character string
has not been found by the end of the file.
No deletions have been
made, and the
current line pointer remains unchanged.
TOF:
~lanation:

The current line pointer is
positioned at the null line at the top of
the file.
This message appears either
after the TOP subcommand has been issued or
after
any other
EDIT subcommand
has
positioned the line pointer at the null
line at the beginning of the file.

TOO MANY LINES TO MOVE
Explanati.Q!!:
The SMOVE
invoked with the number
moved greater than 25.

edit macro was
of lines to be

EDIT
TOO MANY LINES TO STACK
~xpla~slio~:

During
initialization, the
parameter of the STACK subcommand implies a
storage requirement in
excess of that
reserved
for
the
execution
of
the
subcommand. The limit is 25 lines.

WRONG FILE FORMAT FOR SERIALIZATION
~!anatiQD:

The SERIAL
subcommand was
issued for a variable-length file or for a
file that does not have a fixed record
length of 80.

ZONE ERROR
TRUNC SET TO 72
subcom!l!land was
Explanati.QD.: The SERIAL
issued and the truncation column was set
within
the serialization
field.
The
truncation column is reset to column 72.

Explanation: The string specified in a
CHANGE subcommand is too long for the
current zone specification.
The file is
not changed.

TRUNCATED
~!anatiQn:
Explans1io~:

The current line has exceeded
the truncation column.
If verification is
on, the
truncated line
is displayed,
followed by the message INPUT: (if in input
mode) •
WRONG FILE FORMAT FOR LINEMOtE RIGHT
ExplanatiQ~: The
LINEMODE RIGHT option is
not compatible with variahle-length L1~es
or files that have a fixed record length
other than 80.

Same as ?EDIT:, but the input
line is not displayed because the SHORT
subcommand is in effect.

Explanation:
Same as
?EDIT:, but
displayed when an invalid edit macro
issued and the SHORT subcommand is
effect.

is
is
in

?EDIT:
~!~atiQD:

WRONG FILE FORMAT FOR RENUM
ExplanatiQn: The filetype of the file you
are editing is not VSBASIC or FREEFORT, or
the Editor detected an invalid line number.
For VSBASIC files, the line number must be
the first five characters of the record.
For FREEFORT files, the line number must be
the first eight characters of the record.
The RENUM subcommand is terminated by the
Editor without renumbering the file.
To
continue, correct
the line
number or
filetype and reissue the RENUM subcommand.

An
unrecognizable
EDIT
subcommand or invalid subcommand operand
was
encountered.
The
input line
is
displayed for inspection. This form is
used if the LONG subcommand is in effect.

DMSBWR170S DISK 'mode (cuu)

I

IS FULL

~lanatiQD:

CMS issues this message if the
output disk becomes full during execution
of a
FILE, SAVE, RENUM,
or AUTOSAVE
subcommand becomes full. The subcommand is
terminated by the Editor, erases the work
file
(which is incomplete), and requests
the user to specify a new filemode or make
more room on the disk.

Conversational Monitor System (CMS)

Kessages

179

EXEC

EXEC Messages
The
EXEC interpreter
generates two
error
messages, the descriptions of which are found in
the
"Conversational
!oni tor
System
(C!S)
Messaqes" section.
DMSEXC001E NO FILENA!E SPECIFIED

DHSEXT072E ERROR IN EXEC FILE
error description

180

IBM VM/370 Systell Messages

fn,

LINE nn

DEBUG

DEBUG Messages
I NCORRECT DEBUG EX IT
For the GO subcommand, this message indicates
that the subcommand was issued without an
operand, but an operand was required because
the debuq environment was entered by issuing
the DEBUG command.
For the RETURN
subcommand, this message
indicates that RETURN was not the proper
subcommand
to
use, ~ecause
the
debug
environment was entered due to a breakpoint,
a program or external
interrupt, V~ an
unrecoverable error. To exit from the debug
environment under these circumstances, issue
the GO subcommand (no operand is necessary).

For the SET subcommand, the first operand is
not CAW, CSW, PSi, or b~tt, or the r~rst
operand is GPR and the second operand is not
a decimal number between 0 and 15 inclusive,
or one or more of the hexinfo operand.s does
not contain hexadecimal information.
For the STORE subcommand, the first operand
cannot be located in the debug symbol table
and is not a valid hexadecimal number, or the
information specified in the second, third,
or fourth operands is not in hexadecimal
format.
If the first operand is intended to
be a sjmhol, a DEFINE subcommand must ha~e
been previously issued for that symbol; if
not, the
operand must specify
a valid
hexadecimal storage location.

Issued by: GO, RETURN
INVALID OPERAND

For the
BREAK subcommand,
this message
indicates that the breakpoint identification
number specified in the first operand is not
a decimal number between 0 and 15 inclusive,
or the second operand cannot be located in
the debug symbol table and is not a valid
hexadecimal number. If the second operand is
intended to be a symbol, a DEFINE subcommand
must have been previously issued for that
symbol; if not, the operand must be a valid
hexadecimal storage location.

For the X SUbcommand, the first operand
cannot be located in the debug symbol table
and is not a valid hexadecimal number, or the
second operand is not
a decimal number
between 1 and 56 inclusive.
If the first
operand is intended to be a symbol, i t must
have been defined in
a previous DEFINE
subcommand; otherwise,
the operand
must
specify a valid hexadecimal number.
Issued by:
BREAK, DEFINE,
ORIGIN, SET, STORE, X

DUMP,

GO,

GPR,

INVALID STORAGE ADDRESS
For the DEFINE
subcommand, this message
indicates that the name specified in the
first
operand
contains
all
numeric
characters, the second operand is not a valid
hexadecimal number, or the third operand is
not a decimal number
between 1 and 56
inclusive.
For the DUMP subcommand, this message is
issued if the address specified by the second
operand is less than that specified by the
first operand, or if the first or second
operands cannot be located in the debug
symbol table and are not valid hexadecimal
numbers. If either operand is intended to be
a symbol, a DEFINE subcolIIRan d must previously
have been issued for that symbol; if not, the
operand must specify a valid hexadecimal
location.
For the GO or ORIGIN subcommand, a specified
operand cannot be located in the debug symbol
table and is not a valid hexadecimal number.
If the operand is intended to be a symbol, a
DEFINE subcommand must bave been previously
issued for that symbol; if not, the operand
must specify a valid hexadecimal location.
For the
GPR SUbcommand,
the operand(s)
specified are not decimal nU1lbers b-et-v-een 0
and 15 inclusive, or the second operand is
less than the first.

For the DEFINE, DUMP,
GO, STORE, or X
subcommand, the sum of the current origin and
the hexadecimal location specified in the
subcommand is greater than the user's virtual
storage size. If the current oriqin size is
unknown, reset it to the desired value by
issuing the ORIGIN
subcommand, and then
reissue the subcommand.
For the GO subcommand, this messaqe may also
indicate that the address at which execution
is to begin is not on a balfword boundary
(indicating that an operation code is not
located at that address).
For the
ORIGIN subcommand,
the address
specified is greater than the user's virtual
storage size.
Issued by: DEFINE, DUMP, GO, ORIGIN
INVALID STORAGE REFERENCE
The location indicated by the second operand
is uneven (not on a halfword boundary) or. the
sum of the second operand and the current
or~g~n
value is greater than the user's
virtual st-o-raqe size.. If the cur~nt ociqin
value is unknown, it may be reset to the
desired
value
by
issuing
the
ORIGIN
subcommand.
Issued by: BREAK

Conversational Monitor System (CMS) Messages

181

DEBUG
16 SYMBOLS ALREADY DEFINED

MISSING OPERAND
The user did not enter the minimum number of
operands required by the sUbcoFmand.
Issued by:
STORE, X

BREAK, DEFINE, GFR,

ORIGIN, SET,

The debug symbol table is full and no new
symbols can be defined until the current
definitions are cleared by obtaining a new
copy of CMS. However, an existing symbol can
be assigned to a new storage location by
issuing another DEFINE subcommand for that
symbol.

TOO MANY OPERANDS
Issued by: DEFINE
The user entered more
subcommand required.

operands

than

the

Issued by: BREAK, CAW, CSW, DEFINE, GO, GPR,
ORIGIN, HX, ~SW, RETURN, SET, STORE, X

182

IBM VM/370 system Messages

D"T

Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS) Messages

070E I/O ERROR cuu SIOCC cc
CCW ccw

0001 RSCS (VER v, LEV 1, mm/dd/yy) READY
This
message signals
the
completion
of
RSCS
initialization,
including the activation of the AXS and LAX
tasks. VER v and LEV 1 specify the version
and level of RSCS that is in use. mm/dd/yy
specifies
the date on which the RSCS in use
•• __
___ ___

CSW csw SENSE sense

wa.,;::,

I

:

:

.

.

_

~

~xp1anation:

yCllC.La.,,",~U.

Explanation: This message is issued by any
task in RSCS that detects an uncorrectab1e
hardware
or system
error durinq
the
processing of an I/O operation. The causes
of such an error vary, depending on the
particular device type and command code •

Syst~~
Actio~:
The system begins normal
processing by accepting files and commands.

cuu

OperaiQ~
Action: Normally, one
links are activated at this time.

cc

0011 FREE STORAGE

or

more

csw

nn PAGES

ExPlgnation:
The amount
of
available
storage .has increased as the result of
normal system processing. The new number
of available free pages is given as "nn".
~te~ ~ctiQ~:

Normal processing continues.

OperaiQ~
!£tion:
You
may
use
this
information in deciding whether to activate
a previously inactive link.

sense

ccw

0021 LI NK 1inkid DEACTIVATED
~la~ation:

The
link
ident ified
by
"linkid" has been deactivated as a result
of the execution of
a previous DRAIN
command, or as the result of an orderly
shutdown followinq a terminal line-driver
error. The link remains inactive until it
is activated again by an explicit command.
~Y§i~ ~ction:

The link's line-driver task
is deleted from the system, all storage
allocated to the task is made free, and the
link table entry is updated.

- the virtual device address of the
I/O device on which the error
occurred.
- the condition code resulting from
the issuing of the SIO command on
the device for
the operation
which was in error&
- the composite CSW associa ted with
the operation in
error.
The
composite CSW is a logical OFinq
of the CSW information associated
with the SIO or the interrupts
from the device while the I/O
operation was active.
- the sense information associated
with the I/O operation in error
if the I/O operation ends with
uni t check set on.
- the
first
CCW of
the
I/O
operation in error if i t failed
to start, or the last CCW fetched
by the channel before the I/O
operation
terminated with
an
error indication.

§~!~1!!

Action: The error is logqed, and
appropriate recovery procedures are taken.
The exact effect of the I/O error condition

depends on the existing conditions when it
occurs. The system may continue processing
normally, the link may be automatically
deactivated, or RSCS may shut down.
~~stor

Action:
This message indicates a
serious system or hardware error.
Call
your support personnel.

091T INITIALIZATION FAILURE -- RSCS SHUTDOWN
0031 LINK 1inkid EXECUTING:

(command line text)
~!snation:

Exp1anatiQ~:

The RSCS command described by
(command line text) has been forwarded by a
remote station for local execution.
The
link for the remote station forwarding the
com.and is identified by '1inkid l •
~Y§te~

Action: The command is executed, and
the resulting response is returned to the
originating link, to be sent back to the
remote station.

An
unrecoverable
error
occurred during the initial loading of the
supervisor components, "SUP, REX, AXS, and
LAX.

~X~!~! !~!ion:
A virtual storaqe dum? is
automatically taken, and a masked-off wait
state PSW is loaded, system operation is
terainated.
~~stor

Action:
serious
error.
personnel.

This message indicates a
Notify
system
support

Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS)

Messaqes

183

DMT
1011 FILE spoolid ENQUEUED ON LINK linkid
ExplanaiiQn:
This message is issued when
the file
identified by
"spoolid" has
arrived at the RSCS virtual machine, and
has been successfully accepted and enqueued
on the link identified by "linkid". This
message is also issued when a previously
pending file is accepted after a tag slot
has become available.
§yste~

Action: The newly accepted file is
made available to the link's line driver
for future transmission.
If the line
driver is waiting for a file to transmit,
it is notified that
the new file is
available.

1021 FILE spoolid PENDING FOR LINK linkid
Explanation:
The
file
identified
by
"spoolid" has arrived at the RSCS virtual
machine, but has not been engueued on the
link "linkid" to which it is addressed,
because no tag slot is available.

date
mm/dd/yy - the
of
origination
at
location.
hh: mm: ss - the time of day
origination
at
location.

the
the

file's
remote

of the
the

file's
remote

~!~

Action: The virtual output device
used to process the file is detached and
normal processing continues.

~rator

Action: None.

1051 FILE spoolid PURGED
~lyation:

The
file
identified
by
"spoolid" has been purged from the system
as a result of normal processing.

Syst~. Action:
The file's virtual storage
tag is degueued and its slot is freed. If
another file is pending, it is accepted.
All system tables are updated, and normal
processing continues.

~ste~

Action: The link's pending count is
incremented, and the file is accepted when
a tag slot becomes available.
Operator Action: None.

103E FILE
spoolid
REJECTED
DESTINATION ADDRESS

INVALID

~xplan~iion:

The
file
identified
by
"spoolid" has arrived at the RSCS virtual
machine
with
a
missing
or
invalid
destination address in the file's tag.

1061 FILE spoolid !ISSING -linkid

DEQUEUED FRO! LINK

ExplanatiQn:
The
file
identified
by
"spoolid" could not be located in the RSCS
virtual machine spool input file queue
during an attempt to open the file for the
link
identified
by
"linkid".
This
situation
usually results
from
users
retrieving files that had previously been
spooled to the RSCS virtual machine and

accepted by the spool file access routine.
~!~~

Systg~

!ction: The improperly addressed
file is automatically
purged from the
system, and the originating virtual machine
user is notified.
~tQt

Action: The file to be transmitted
must
be
regenerated with
a
correct
destination
address in
the file
tag
settinq.

Action: The file's virtual storage
tag is dequeued and its slot is freed. If
another file is pending, it is accepted.
The link table entry is updated, and normal
processing continues.
Operator Action: No action is necessary.
This message does not indicate an error
condition.

1071 nn PENDING PILES POR LINK linkid MISSING
1041 FILE SPOOLED TO userid2
(name1) mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss

ORG

locid1

~~lan~iiQn:

A file has been received from
a remote location, acknowledged, written to
the VM/370
spool system,
closed, and
spooled to the local virtual machine to
which t he file was addressed.
userid2
locid1
name1

184

- the ID of the local virtual
machine to which the file has
been spooled.
- the ID of the location of the
file's originator.
- the
name
of
the
file
originator's system or dev ice at
the remote location.

IBM VM/370 system Messaqes

~lanatiQn:

A number (nn) of pending files
for the link identified by 'linkid' have
been found to be missing from the RSCS
virtual machine spool input queue during an
attempt to accept a pending file.
This
situation
usually results
from
users
retrieving files that had been previously
spooled to the RSCS virtual machine and
left pending on the link.

~!~

Action: The link table entry is
updated to reflect the proper pending file
status, and normal processing continues.

Qp~~~!or

Action: No action is necessary.
This message does not indicate an error
condition.

DKT
108E SYSTEM ERROR READING speOl FILE spoo1id
~xp1anatiQn:

A return code reflecting a
VM/370 system error has been received in
response to a read to the file identified
by "spoo1id".

SY§1em !ction:
Normal link
processing
begins.
If a file queue exists on the
link, and if there are files eligible for
transmission, the file transmission begins
automatically.
File receiving from the
remote station begins automatically.

~Y§te~

Action: The error is logged and the
fai1inq operation is retried up to ten
times. If a retry is successful, normal
processing
continues.
If
the
error
persists, an attempt is made to purge the
file and a message to that effect is issued
to the operator and to the originating
virtual machine.
,Action: This message indicates a
VM/370 system error.
Call your system
support personnel.

..QQ.~to£

1411 LINE vaddr READY
linkid

FOR

CONNECTION TO

LINK

~K£la~g1i2n: This
message is issued by a
line driver to inform the operator that the
line ident;ified by "vaddr" is being enabled
for communications processing to the link
identified by "linkid".
Normally, t his is
the first message issued by a line driver
after link activation, and it may be issued
during active processing
after a line
becomes disabled.
Syste~ Action:
The line driver begins an
enable operation on the line and waits for
completion,
signaling
a
completed
connection.
If the line identified by
"vaddr"
is
a nonswitched
line,
the
connect ion comp1et es au tomat ica11y. Normal
processinq continues.
~erato£

Acti9n: No response is needed if
the line
identified by "vaddr"
is a
nonswitched line, or if it is a switched
line with
auto-answer and
the remote
station is to complete the connection. If
the line is a switched line, the operator
should ensure that the necessary steps are
taken to complete the connection to the
link identified by "linkid" (for example,
manual
dialing
of
the
associated
data-phone) •

1431 LINK 1inkid LINE vaddr DISCONNECTED
~lanation:

The virtual line port address
identified by "vaddr" and associated with
the active link identified by 1f1inkid" was
connected and is now disconnected.
This
may be the result either of an apparent
line disconnection due to line errors, or
of the remote station hanqinq up, or of the
execution of a disabling sequence by the
local line driver. This message does not
mean that the associated link has been
deactivated, but the message is normally
issued
during
the
process
of
link
deactivation.

~!.rul

Action: I f the link is not in th e
process of deactivating, an attempt is made
to re-establish the line connection. File
processing is halted on the link until a
line connection is reestablished.

1441 RECEIVING: FILE FROPI locid1
locid2 (userid2).

Explanation:
This
message
signals
completion of the line connection for the
link identified by "linkid" on the line
port address identified by "vaddr". This
message is issued automatically when a
nonswitched line is enabled, and it is
issued when a connection is completed for a
switched line.
This
message does not
necessarily
mean that
any
successful
interaction with the remote station has
taken place on the connected line.

FOR

Explanation: Reception of a new file from
the remote loea tion identified by "locid 1"
and the system or device name at that
location identified by "name1" (if any) has
begun. The file being received is destined
for the location identified by "locid2" and
the virtual
machine at
that location
identified by "userid2" (if any).
~1eBAction:

File processing
and the new file is written to
spool system as it is received.

1451 RECEIVED:
FILE FROPI
locid2 (userid2)

1421 LINK 1inkid LINE vaddr CONNECTED

(name1)

locid1

contin ues,
the VPI/370

(name1)

FOR

~lanatiQB:

A new file has been completely
received and acknowledged from the remote
location identified by "locid1" and the
system or device at that location named
"name1". The file received is destined for
the location identified by "locid2" and the
virtual machine at that location identified
by"userid2".

~!~~ Action: If the

file is destined for
the local location, and for a particular
virtual machine at the location, it is
automatically spooled
to that
virtual
machine. Normal file processing continues.

Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS) PIessages

185

DMT
1461 SENDING: FILE
nnnnnn

spoolid ON lINK

linkid, REC

~x£la~s~iQ~:

Transmission
of the
file
identified
by "spoolid"
on the
link
identified by "linkid" has begun during
normal file processing.
The identified
file contains nnnnnn records, and the file
has become active.

~~te~

Action: Transmission of the file
continues--to-completion, or until it is
stopped by some other event.

1601 LINE vaddr DISABLED FOB LINK linkid
Explanation: Line processinq by the link
identified
by
"linkid" on
the
line
identified by "vaddr" has been terminated,
and the line has been disconnected if it is
a switched line.
This message may be
issued during normal processinq as a result
of a spontaneous ~ine disconnection. It is
always issued during the process of link
deactivation.
~!~

Action: If link deactivation is in
process, it continues normally. Otherwise,
an attempt is made to reconnect the line.
File processing for the link is suspended.

1U7I SENT! FTLE spoolid ON LINK linkid

Explanation: Transmission of the active
file identified by "spoolid" on the link
identified
by
"linkid"
has
been
successfully completed and acknowledged by
the remote station.
~~~g~

ActiQn:
Disposition
of
the
identified file follows, according to the
status of the file.
The file may be
purged, repeated,
or held
for future
retransmission.
Normal
link processing
continues.

1701 FROM linkid:

(ftSG message text)

~!anation:

The character strinq included
in the message as (BSG message text) has
been received on the link identified by
'linkid' as the operand of a remote MSG
cOilmand.

~!g~

Action:
continues.

Normal

link

processing

Qpgfator
Action:
A response
may
suggested by the MSG character string.
1491 LINK lin kid LINE ACTIVITY:
nnn; TMOUTS= ppp

TOT= mmm; ERRS=

~~pla~s~iQ~:

This
messaqe
is
issued
occasionally when trace mode has been set
for the link identified by "linkid". The
message is issued .hen one of the trace
values reaches the predefined incremental
threshold, depending on the active trace
option setting.
mmm

- the total number of communication
line transactions that have taken
place since the
last similar
message was issued, or since the
trace mode was set.
- the total number of communication
line transactions that have ended
with a line
error indication
since the last similar message
was issued, or since the trace
mode was set.
- the total number of time-outs
that have occurred while waiting
for response from
the remote
station since the last similar
message was issued, or since the
trace mode was set.
A time-out
is
not
counted as
a
line
transaction.

nnn

ppp

190E INVALID SPOOL BLOCK FORMAT 01 FILE spoolid
Explanation: VK/370 spool control or data
information
associated with
the
file
identified by "spoolid" has been found to
be in error at the local installation.
Action: The
error condi tion is
logged, ~
identified
file
is
automatically purged from the system, and
link processing continues.

~!~

~fgtor

Action: This message indicates a
system error at the local installation.
lotify system support personnel.

2001 RSCS
ExplanatiQn~ A
null line was entered as a
console command. A null line is a line
that contains no characters.
If a line
containing characters is edited to a null
line, this message is not issued, and
another read is automatically started on
the console.

~§!~

Action: lormal processing continues.

Opera!or Action: lone.
~Y§te~

!£iion: Normal processing continues.

~eraiQ£

Actign: Depending on the data
reported in the message, you may choose to
intervene with a command to deactivate the
link, or you may try to hang up the line
and
reestablish
it
to
reinitialize
communication.

186

IBM VM/370 System Messages

be

D!!T
201E INVALID COMMAND command
jxplagation: The specified command is not a
valid RSCS command.
Syste~ Action: The command
is ignored, and
normal processing continues.
OperaiQ~

Action: Correct

and reissue

format of
RSCS commands, including valid
keyword-and-option combinations,
can be
found
in the
!!lJ70 Re~9!§
~Qoligg
Communications
Subsystem (~~£~)
US~£~2
Guide. - - - ~tem

Action: The command is ignored., and
normal processing continues.

the
~ratQ£

command.

Action: Correct

and reissue

the

command.
202E INVALID LINK linkid
207E CONFLICTING OPTION keyword option
~xplagation:

The specified linkid was not
in the proper format for RSCS link IDs (one
to eight alphameric characters).

~te~ ~ctiog:

The command is ignored, and
normal processing continues.

Q2erator Acti~: Reissue the
with a valid linkid.

command line

~!~atiQg:

The specified
keyword and
option
conflict.
Another
keyword
or
keyword-and-option combination 1D the same
command may have invalidated the specified
keyword-and-option combination.

~1~

Action: The command is iqnored, and
Dormal processing continues.

~ratQ£

203E INVALID SPOOL FILE ID spoolid

Action: Correct

and reissue

the

command.
Explanation: The specified spoolid was not
in the proper format for VM/370 spool file
IDs
(one to four decimal digits fro II 1
throuqh 9910).

208E INVALID USER 10 userid
~!ggation:

~te~

Action: The command is ignored, and
normal processinq continues.

The specificed virtual machine
use rid is invalid.

~1~

Operato~

1£tion: Reissue the command with a
valid spoolid.

Action: The command is ignored, and
normal processing continues.

~~ator

Action: Reissue the command with a
valid userid.

204E INVALID KEYWORD keyword
~xplana1iQn:

The specified keyword is not a
valid keyword for the command issued. The
correct format of Rses console commands,
including valid keywords, can be found in
the !.HLJ1Q .R~te ~Q.Qlin.9 £2!U!unications
Sub§'y2te~

(RS£~)

User~.§ GUj..9~.

~te~

1£iion: The command is ignored, and
normal processing continues.

Q2erator Action: Reissue the command with a
valid keyword.
205E CONFLICTING KEYWORD keyword
jxplagation: The specified keyword was used
in an invalid way.
It may have been
entered more than once in the same command
line, or it may conflict with another
keyword.
~~tem Act~Qn:

~he command
is ignored, and
normal processinq continues.

Q2~iQ£

Action: Correct

and reissue

the

command.
20GE INVALID OPTION keyword option
ExElgna1iQn:
The specified
keyword and
option
combination
is
not
a
valid
combination for the command issued@
The

3001 ACCEPTED BY TASK task
~!gnatiQg:

The preceding console command
has been processed by
the CMI syntax
scanner and first level semantic processor,
and a command element has been built. That
command element has been made available to
the task named "task", and that task has
accepted the command element for second
level semantic processing.
Action: Command semantic processing
task named
"task".
continues
at the
Further response to the command is issued
The c cmmand processor is
from that task.
another console
then ready
to accept
comlland.

~1~

301! REJECTED BY
ACTIVE

TASK task --

?REVI~rrs CO~MAND

~lanation:

The preceding console command
has been processed by
the CMI syntax
scanner andf£rst level semantic processor.
A command element was
built ana maae
available to the task named 'task', but
that task was unable to accept the command
element for further processing because a
previously issued command is still being
processed.

Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS) Messages

187

DKT
Syste~
Act~QD:
The command execution is
terminated, the command has no effect, and
normal processing continues.

Operator Action: Reissue the command when
the
active
command
processing
has
completed.
302E LINK linkid IS NOT DEFINED
~~lanaiion:

The specified
linkid
is
syntactically valid, tut no such link is
defined with that ID and the co.mand issued
reguires a defined linkid.
!ctioD: The command execution is
terminated, the command has no effect. and
normal processing continues.

~ig~

~eraiQ£ Act~on: Check to see if the linkid
specified is valid. If it was incorrectly
typed, reissue the command with a correct
linkid.
If it was correctly typed, you
must define the specified link before the
command can be executed.

406R SYSTEK DISK ADDRESS

= cuu

~!anatiQ!!:

"cuu" designates the device
address of the RSCS system disk.
If the
RSCS nucleus is written on this disk (which
will occur if you respond "yes" to message
DKTINI407R), then cuu is also the IPL
device address.
Action:
The system waits for a
response~ you enter an invalid device
address, message

~!~

DKTIRI479E INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS REENTER
is issued. Kessage DKTINI406R is reissued
and vou mav enter a valid device ad.dres~­
If you press carriage
return, 191 is
assumed to be the system disk address.
If the system disk
designated is not
currently defined, is not in read/write
status, or is an unsupported device type,
message
DKTINI482E SYSTEK DISK ERROR REENTER

303E LINK linkid IS NOT ACTIVE
Expla!!~iiQ!!:

The
link
ident ified
by
"linkid" was specified in the preceding
command, but the link is inactive and the
command requires specification of an active
link.

is issued. Kessage
DKTINI406R is then
reissued. At this time, you may enter CP
mode by signaling attention, and determine
the status of the designated device by
entering the CP com.and
QUERY VIRTUAL cuu

!£i!QD: The command execution is
terminated, the command has no effect, and
normal processing continues.
Syste~

and take the corrective action necessary to
define the device for your virtual machine
or to access it in read/write status.
Reenter the CnS environ.ent by issuing the
CP command
BEGIN

304E REJECTED BY TASK task -- NOT RECEIVING
You must then reenter the device aadress.
~XP1~~at!Qn:

processing of the preceding
command could not be completed, because the
second level processing task named "task"
failed to
accept the
command service
request.

Once the system disk address
message DKTINI407R is issued.
Us~ !ct~QB:

is accepted,

Enter a valid device address.

~~te~

Action: The command is ignored, and
normal processing continues.

Qpgrai2£ !ct~on: Repeated occurrences of
this message indicate
a system error.
Notify system support personnel.

407R REWRITE THE NUCLEUS? {YESI NO}
1XPlanatiQB: This message prompts you to
specify whether or not the copy of the RSCS
nucleus is to be written onto disk.
~!~A

402T IPL DEVICE READ I/O ERROR
An uncorrectable I/O error
occurred while reading the BSCS nucleus
from a DASD.

~u!s~siiQ!!:

Action: A wait state PSI is loaded
a--wait state code of X'40C9DSC9'
(C' I NI .) •

~~ig1!!

with

User Action:
personneI:-

188

Action:
response.

The

system

waits

for

a

Use!: A,ctj,QB: Enter "yes or "no."
If you enter "yes", message DKTINI409R is
issued, prompting
you to
specify the
cylinder on the system disk on which the
RSCS nucleus is to be written. The system
disk is the disk you specified in response
to message DKTINI406R.

call your installation support

IBM VM/310 System Messages

If you enter "no", the
in generating a new

re.aini~q

RSCS

questions
nucleus are

D~T

skipped and control is passed to the RSCS
initialization routine. A copy of the RSCS
nucleus is not written onto disk.
If you fail to enter
the message

either "yes" or "no",

DMTINI481E INVALID REPLY - ANSWER "YES"
OR "NO"
is issued. Message DMTINI407R is reissued
and you may enter a valid response.
409R NUCLEUS CYL ADDRESS

= nnn

EXpla1!s1i,21!: "nnn" desi gna tes th e cy linder
on the device entered
in response to
message DMTINI406R
on which
the RSCS
nucleus is to be written.
nnn must be
between 001 and m-l, where m equals the
number of cylinders on
the disk, the
cylinders on a disk being numbered from 0
to ~. nnn must be entered in decimal.

~!~.!B.

Action: If you do not enter "yes" or
"no", the message
DMTINI481E INVALID REPLY
OR "NO"

- ANSWER "YES"

is issued. Message DMTINI410R is
and you may enter a valid response.

~issued

If you answer "yes," the initial IPL text
is written on cylinder 0 as well as on the
cylinder designated in response to message
DMTINI409R.
If you answer "no," the initial IPL text is
written only on the cylinder designated in
response to message DMTINI409R.

431S IPL DEVICE WRITE I/O ERROR
Explanation: An uncorrectable I/O
occurred while writing the nucleus.

error

~Y§te~

Action: If you do not enter a valid
decimal cylinder number, the message
DMTINI480E INVALID CYLINDER NUMBER REENTER
is issued, message DMTINI409R is reissued,
and you lIIay enter a valid cylinder number.

If the cylinder specified is not greater
than the number of cylinders already in use
on the device (as indicated in the Kaster
File Directory), then the message
DMTINI483E NUCLEUS WILL OVERLAY FILES RECOMPUTE
is issued. Message DMTINI409R is reissued.
You may respond with a larger cylinder
number, or IPL the RSCS systelll and format
the specified IPL device with the RECOMP
option.

~tem

Action: The system continues as if
the user had responded "no" to DMTINI407R.

User Action: Make sure that the nucleus
cylInder-nuiber is not larger than the size
of the disk. If it is, perform an IPL and
specify the correct cylinder number. If it
is not, call your installation support
personnel.
479E INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS - REENTER
~ls1!ation:

The device address entered was
specified incorrectly; that is, it is not a
valid hexadecimal character or is not in
the range of X'OOl' to X'6FF'.

~!,g~

Action:

Message

DMTINI406R

is

reissued.
User Action: See DMTIHI406R.

Once the
nucleus cylinder
address
accepted, message DMTINI410R is issued.

is
480E INVALID CYLINDER NUMBER - REENTER

User
Action:
address-.---

Enter

a

valid

cylinder
Explanation: The value entered
valid decimal number.

410R ALSO IPL CYLINDER 01 (YESINO)

Systg
Action:
reissued.

Message

was not

DMTINI409R

a
is

~lanation:

The initial IPL text is always
written on the same cylinder as the RSCS
nucleus, that is, the cylinder designated
in response to message D!TINI409R.
(The
initial IPL text is a bootstrap program
that reads
in the
nucleus from
the
designated cylinder.) If it is not also
written on cylinder 0, you must enter the
cylinder number whenever an IPL is issued
for the s-yst ell being generated.
-For more
inforllation, see the IPL co.mand in the
VM/370 CP ~ommand .E§!~ !2!: §eneral

Use~ Acti~:

See DnTIII409R.

481E INVALID REPLY - ANSWER "YES" OR '·NO"

Explanati.Q1!: The only va lid re spon se to th e
query is
"yes" or "no".
Neither was
entered.
~!§!.

Actionz !lessage
DMTINI410R is reissued.

DMTINI407R

or

Messages

189

Q§,grs.

Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS)

DMT
482E SYSTEM DISK - REENTER

5211 FILE spoolid HELD FOR LINK 1inkid

!XElaQatiQn:
Either the device is not
currently defined, it is not in read/write
status, or it is an unsupported device
type.
~§te!!!.

,Acti.Q.n:

DMTINI406R

Message

is

reissued.
]§g£ Ac1iQn:

~!~natiQn:

The
file
identified
by
'spoo1id' has been placed in hold status as
the result of processing of the preceding
command. The file remains in hold status
and is
not transmitted
until it
is
explicitly removed from hold status by a
command.
Syst~ Action:
The file's virtual storage
tag is updated,
and normal processing
continues.

See DMTINI406R.

483E NUCLEUS WILL OVERLAY CMS FILES - RECOMPUTE
ExElanation: The specified nucleus cylinder
number was not greater than the number of
cyl in f!.l"r s

:i.flt'! it:'~t E'Q

i~

-+:h"?

Mas-+: er

File

5221 FILE spoolid RELEASED FOR LINK linkid

Directory for the IPL device.
~!anatiQn:
~21g!!!.

Acti,Q.n:

Message

DMTINI409R

is

reissued.
User !£1i.Qn: Respond to DMTINI409R with a
larger cylinder number or IFL RSCS and
format the specified IPL device with the
RECOMP option.

The
file
identified
by
"spoo1id"
and
enqueued on
the
link
identified by "linkid" has been released
from hold status as
a result of the
processing of the preceding command. The
file is now eligible for transmission on
the link.

~!~

5101 FILE spoolid BACKSPACED
~lanation:

The
file
identified
by
"spoolid" has been backspaced according to
the request in a preceding command.

Action: The file's virtual storage
tag is updated, and the link's line driver
is asynchronously notified of the file's
availability for transmission if the line
driver had been waiting for a file to
transmit. Normal processing continues.

QEg~ator

Action: None.

Syste!!!. !£iion: File transmission continues,
beginning from the new file posit ion.
5231 LINK linkid QUEUE REORDERED

511E NO FILE ACTIVE ON LINK 1inkid
EXElaQg!!Qn:
A command was issued that
operates
on
a
file
being
actively
transmitted on the
link identified by
"linkid", but no file was being actively
transmitted on the link.
~Y§ig!!!.

!ction:
Normal link
processing
continues, and the command has no effect.

Explanation: The file tag queue in RSCS
virtual storage for the link identified by
"linkid" has been reordered in response to
execution of a command. The new order of
the queue
defines the order
of file
transmission on the link.
Action: The files reordered to the
beginning of the queue are automatically
given a priority of zero (hiqhest), and
normal processing continues.
Syst~

524E FILE spoolid ACTIVE -- NO ACTION TAKEN
5201 FILE spoolid CHANGED
~~~~1iQn:

The
file
identified
by
liS poo1id" has been altered
as requested 1n
the processing of the preceding command.
The new file status remains in effect until
it is changed again through an explicit
request.

Explanati.Q1!:
The
file
identified
by
"spoolid" is
actively being
read and
transmitted on a link, and the action
requested in the preceding co •• and cannot
be performed on active files.
~!~

Ac!ion: The preceding command has no
effect, and normal processing continues.

~yste!!!.

!ction:
All appropriate
action
implied by the changed status is performed.
This might include reordering a link queue
if a file priority was changed, notifying a
waiting line driver if a file class was
changed, and so on.
Normal processing
continues.

190

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Act ion: If you wish, you can
deactivate the file by means of a FLUSH
command with the HOLD operand, and reissue
the
command
when
that
has
been
accomplished.

Q:egn!~

DKT
525E FILE spoolid
ACTION TAKEN

IS

FOR LINK

linkid

NO

Expla~ation:

The
file
identified
by
"spoolid"
is
enqueued
on
the
link
identified by "linkid", which is different
from the linkid specified in the preceding
command.
~te~

Action: The action requested in the
preceding command is not performed, and
normal processing continues.

5411 LINK linkid REDEFINED
Explanati~: The
previously defined linK,
identified
by "linkid",
has had
its
definition changed as the result of command
processing, according to
the specified
keyword options.
Syst~
Action:
The changes in the link
definition become effective immediately.

~erator

Action: Verify that the specified
spool file id and link id are correct. If
an error is found, reissue the preceding
command.

526E FILE spoolid NOT FOUND -- NO ACTION TAKEN
Expla~iiQ~:
The
file
identified
by
"spoolid"
has not
teen accepted
and
enqueued by RSCS. The action requested by
the
preceding
command could
not
be
performed.

System Action: The preceding command has no
and normal processing continues.

effect~

Operato£. Acti~: verify the spool file ID
used in the preceding command. If it was
incorrect, the command may be reissued with
a correct spool file
ide
If it was
correct, and the file is pending at the
RSCS virtual machine, the file may be
manipulated through the
use of VK/370
spooling commands.

Ex~nation: In
response to a command, a
character string has been transmitted as a
remote command on the link identified by
"linkid" •

!ctio~:

Normal

link

Explanation: The previously defined lin~,
identified by
"linkid", has
not been
changed because the link was active at the
time of command processing.
~!em

Action: The command execution is
terminated, the command has no effect, and
normal processing continues.

~£gtor

Action: Reissue the command after
the link has been deactivated.

543E LINK lin kid
REACHED

NOT

DEFINED

LINK

LIMIT

~!anati~:

An attempt was made to define
a new link, but the maximum allowable
number of defined links had already been
reached.
System Action: The comma nd execution is
terminated, the command has no effect, and
normal processing continues.

~~~tor

5301 COKMAND FORWARDED ON LINK linkid

~iru!

542E LINK linkid ACTIVE -- NOT REDEFINED

processing

continues.

Action: Check the command line to
see if it was accurately typed. If an
existing link definition was to have been
altered, correct and reissue the command.
If a new link was to be defined, another
link must be temporarily deleted from the
list of valid linkids (via the RSCS DELETE
command)
before
the command
can
be
successfully retried.

Operator Action: None.
544E LINK linkid
SPECIFIED

NOT

DEFINED

TYPE

NOT

5401 NEW LINK linkid DEFINED
Ex~natiQn:

The
link
identified
by
"linkid" is now defined as the result of
command
processing, according
to
the
specified keyword options.
Syste~ Action:
The newly defined link may
l:.a ve
s pool
files
enqueued
on
b:
automatically, and can be activated to
begin remote processing.
~erator

Action: Users can tegin to address
files to the newly defined link for future
transmission.

Explanati~: The
preceding DEFINE command
failed because a default line driver type
was not specified.

Syst~~ Action: The command
is ignored, and
normal processing continues.

~~~~!.or

Act.ion:
Reissue the
command,
specifying a default line driver type.

5501 LINK linkid NOW DELETED
~!anatiQn:

The previously defined link,
identified by "linkid", is DOW tem poraril y
deleted as a result of command processing.

~~~~

!£tion: Spool files addressed to the
deleted link's location ID are no longer

Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS)

Kessages

191

DMT
accepted, and are rejected
addressed. The deleted link
be activated.

as invalidly
can no longer

..Q2~ratQ£

Action:
Users can
no
address files to the deleted link.

longer

console with a secondary virtual machine ID
identified by "userid" specified to receive
RSCS
console
output
messages.
The
specified virtual machine either was not
receiving messages or was not logqed on at
the time of command processinq.
~!~

551E LINK linkid ACTIVE -- NOT DELETED
EXEla~~iiQn:
An attempt
was made
to
temporarily delete the link identified by
"linkid" from the list of valid linkids
(via the RSCS DELETE command). The attempt
was unsuccessful becausE the specified link
was
act ive at
the
time of
command
processinq.

Action: The command processing is
terminated, the command has no effect, and
normal processing continues.

Q2~~~!or

Action: The
command can
be
reissued wi~-different virtual machine
ID specified, or with no virtual machine ID
specified. The same virtual machine ID can
be specified after it has been logged on
and set to receive messages.

~stem

Aciion: The link remains defined and
active, the command has no effect, and
normal processing continues.

5101 LINK linkid NOi SET TO DEACTIVATE
~lanation:

~~to£

!£tiQn: Reissue the
the link is deactivated.

command when

552E LINK linkid HAS A FILE QUEUE -- NOT DELETED
EXElanatiQn:
An attempt
was made
to
temporarily delete the link identified by
"linkid" through a console command.
The
attempt
was unsuccessful
because
the
specified link had at
least one file
enqueued on it at the time of command
process inq •
~Y§ig~

~ction: The
link remains defined,
the command has no effect, and normal
processing continues.

In response
to the DRAIN
command, the link identified by 'linkid'
has set drain mode and is deactivated. If
the RSCS operator issues the START command
before the link is deactivated, processing
continues on the link.

~!~

Action:
The line
driver takes
appropriate
action
to
guiesce
line
activity. This includes the finishing of
transmission for an active file if one
exists, and it may include the siqnaling to
the
remote
station of
an
impending
termination.
No new files are activated
while the link is in drain mode.
When line
activity
is
quiesced,
the
link
is
deactivated.

~rat~

Action; Before ~n~ link can be
deleted, all-~iles Enqueued on it and
pending for it must be purged, either by
console command execution or by normal file
transmission.

Action: None.

~gralQ~

511E LINK linkid ALREADY SET TO DEACTIVATE
ExplanatiQn:
The
link
identified
by
"linkid" was in drain mode when it received
a new command to deactivate.

5601 RSCS DISCONNECTING
~!em

machine
l!x:elanaiion:
The
RSCS virtual
console is disconnected as a resu It of
command execution.
If an alternate virtual
machine was specified
to receive RSCS
output messages,
that virtual
machine
messages
begins receiving
the console
If no
through the VM/370 MSG function.
alternate virtual machine was specified to
messages,
those
receive
RSCS console
messages are discarded.
~y§te~

~ction: RSCS
continues processing
normally without a main operator console.

!ction: The line driver continues
the deactivation process, and the command
has no effect.

5801 FILE spoolid PROCESSING TERMINATED
~!~atiQn:

In response
to the FLUSH
command, transmission of the active file
identified by "spoolid"
was terminated
before the completion of file processing.

~!~~

..Q2eratQ£ !£1ion: The RSCS main virtual
machine console
can be
reinstated by
issuing a console attention and performing
the loqon routine.
561E USERID userid NOT RECEIVING

Action:
Disposition
of
the
identified file is made according to the
status of the file. The file may be purged
from the system, or the file may be held
for future retransmission. The next copy
of the file ma y begin tra nsmi ssion if
multiple copies remain and ALL was not
specified.
Normal
file
processing
continues.

~lanatiQn:

An attempt has been made to
disconnect the main RSCS virtual operator

192

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Q~~~ior

Action: None.

DMT
611I LINK linkid FILE TRANSMISSION SUSPENDED

581E FILE spoolid NOT ACTIVE
~xplanatiQn:

The
file
identified
by
"spoolid" was not active when a command was
processed that specified that file, and the
command requires an active file as its
object.

~te~

Action:
The command has no effect,
and normal link processing continues.

~tor

A£tion: Check the status of the
the QUERY FILE
named file by issuing
command.

5901 LINK 1inkid RESUMING FILE TRANSFER
ExP1g~g!iQn: The active
link identified by
"linkid" was in hold status, and has been
removed from hold status in response to
command processing.
Syste~
Action: File transmission on the
identified link resumes immediately if the
line is connected and there is a file
eligible for transmission enqueued on the
link.

~!anatiQn:

The
link
identified
by
"linkid" has entered hold status, and file
transmission has been halted as a result of
command processing.
Either no file was
being actively transmitted at the time of
command processing, or the link had been in
hold
status
and
its
active
file
transmission has completed, or an active
file was being transmitted and the NOW
operand was specified.

~~e~

Action: The link remains in hold
status, -and - file transmission
remains
suspended,
until the link is explicitly
freed from hold status.
If active file
transmission
was
interrupted,
the
transmission of the active file resumes
from the point at which transmission was
interrupted when the link is removed from
hold status. The link continues to process
files received from the remote station
normally while in HOLD status.

612E LINK linkid ALREADY IN HOLD STATUS
~!anat!Qn:

591E LINK 1inkid NOT IN HOLD STATUS
~lang!iQn:

ident ified
by
The
link
"linkid" was not in hold status when a
command was processed that requested that
the link leave hold status.

The active link identified by
"linkid" was
in hold status
when it
received a new command
to enter hold
status, with the same options specified as
in the preceding command which caused the
link to enter HOLD status.

~!em

Action: The link remains in HOLD
status, and the command has no effect.

~Y§iem

Action: The command is ignored, and
normal link processing continues.
6401 nn FILE(S)

PURGED ON LINK linkid

~!snation:

6001 FILE spoo1id FORWARD SPACED
ExPlgnatiQn:
The
file
identified
"spoo1id" has
been forward
spaced
requested by a preceding command.

by
as

~yste~

Action: File transmission continues,
beginninq from the new file position •

The number of files denoted by
"nn" tha t
were enqueued on
the link
specified by "linkid H have been purqed from
the system in response to a PURGE command.

~.!:em

Action:
The
"file (s) "
virtual
storage tags are dequeued and the tag slots
are freed.
The link table is updated, and
pending files are accepted if any exist.

.Qperato£ Action: None.
6101 LINK 1inkid TO SUSPEND FILE TRANS"ISSION
by
Explanation:
The
link
identified
'ilinkid" nas entered hold status.
File
transmission has not been suspended because
at the time of command processing a file
was being actively transmitted, and the NOW
option was not specified.

6511 LINK linkid INACTIVE
Explanation:
This message is issued in
response to a QUERY linkid STAr command.
The link identified by "linkid" was not
active at
the time
the command
was
processed.
Systell Action: None ..

~te~

Action: The link remains in hold
status. File transmission is suspended when
the processing of the
active file is
complete.

Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS)

"essages

193

DMT
6521

LINK linkid ACTIVE task type vaddr
{HOINOH} {DRINOD} {TRAITREINOT} Q=m P=n

c

m

- the number of virtual storage
file taq
slots reserved
for
exclusive use by this link.

Expl~na1iQn:
This message is issued in
response to a QUERY linkid STAT command.
The link identified by "linkid" was active
at the time the command was processed.

task
type
vaddr
c

- is the task name of the line
driver task.
is the ID of the line driver in
use by the active link.
- is the virtual device address of
the line port in use by the
act ive link.
- is the class or classes of files
that may be processed by the
act i v"," ::.

HO
NOH
DR

NOD
TRA
TRE
NOT
m

n

in k

65qI LINK linkid Q=m P=n
~!anation:

This message is issued in
response to a QUERY linkid QUEUE command.
The status of the file queue for the link
identified by "linkid" is described.
m

- the number of

indicates that the active link is
in hold status.
indicates that the active link is
not in hold status.
indicates that the active link is
in the process of draining, and
will terminate when line activity
is quiesced.
- indicates that the active link is
not in the process of draining.
indicates that the active link is
tracing all line activity.
indicates that the active link is
tracing line errors.
indicates that the active link is
not
tracing line
errors
or
activity.
- is the number of files accepted
and enqueued for transmission on
the link.
- is the number of files pending
but not yet accepted for the
active link.

n

task

type
vaddr
c

194

- the default task
name to be
associated
with
the
defined
link's line driver task when the
link is activated.
- the ID of the default line driver
defined for the link.
- the
default
virtual
device
address of a line port to be used
by the link when it is activated.
- the default class or classes of
files that can be processed by
the link when it is active.

IBM VM/370 System Kessages

on the

link.
- the number of files pendinq but
not yet accepted for the active
link.

~!~~

Action:
An
additional
message
(DftTCftX655I)
is
issued for
each file
accepted
and
enqueued on
the
link,
describinq the status of each such file.

6551 FILE spoolid locid userid
nnnnnn {A I I}

CL a PR

m.

REC

~lanation:

A message of this form is
issued for each file accepted and enqueued
for transmission on the link specified by
'linkid' in the preceding QUERY linkid
QUEUE command.
spoolid locid

-

userid

-

a
am

-

nnnnnn

-

A

-

I

-

6531 LINK linkid DEFAULT task type vaddr c R=m
ExplanatiQn: This message is issued in
response to a QUERY linkid DEF command.
The link identified by "linkid" was defined
at the time of command processing, and the
default attributes listed in the message
pertain to that definition. The message
does not indicate whether the link was
active or inactive at the time of command
processing, and the
default attributes
listed may be different from those actually
in use with the link if it was active.

files accepted and

enqueued for transmission

1

the V8/370 spool file ID for the
file to be described.
the destination location ID to
which
the
originating
user
addressed the file.
the destination virtual machine
ID
(if
any)
to
which
the
originating user addressed the
file.
the spool file class.
the file's current transmission
priority.
the number of records in the
file.
indicates that the described file
is active.
indicates that the described file
is inactive.

~!em

Action% This llessaqe is
each file in the link queue.

issued for

6601 FILE spoolid INACTIVE ON LINK linkid
~!anati..Q1!:

This message is issued in
response to a QUERY FILE "spoolid" STAT
cOllmand.
At
the
tiae
of
command
processing,
the
file
identified
by
"spoolid" was inactive, and was enqueued
for transmission on the link identified by
"linkid".

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664E FILE spoolid NOT FOUND
Operato;: Acti.Q1!.: None.
6611 FILE spoolid ACTIVE ON LINK linkid
Explanation:
This message is issued in
response to a QUERY FILE spoolid STAT
command.
At
the
time
of
command
processing,
the
file
identified
by
iispoolid"
was active,
and was
being
transmitted on the
link identified by
"linkid" •

6621 FILE spoolid ORG 10cid1 userid1
hh:mm:ss TO locid2 userid2

Explanati.Q1!.: This message is issued in
response to a QUERY FILE spoolid command.
The file identified by "spoolid" could not
be found in the
RSCS virtual storage
queues, meaning either that the file is not
owned by the RSCS virtual machine, or that
the file is pending and has not yet been
accepted by RSCS.

Operator Action: Verify that the soool file
~-was-correctly typed. If i t was not,
retry the command with the correct spool
file ID.
If it was correctly typed, retry
the command after a file tag slot becomes
available
and the
specified file
is
accepted and enqueued by RSCS.

mm/dd/yy
6701 LINK linkid ACTIVE

LINE vaddr (HOI NOH)

ExPls~atiQn:

This message is in response to
the RSCS command QUERY FIlE spoolid. The
RSCS control-related attributes of the file
identified by 'spoolid' are described.
locid 1
userid 1
mm/dd/yy
hh :mm :ss
10cid2
userid2

the location ID of the location
at which the file originated.
- the virtual machine ID of the
originator of the file.
- the file creation date.
the file creation time of day.
- the destination location ID to
which
the originating
user
addressed the file.
the destination virtual machine
ID
(if
any)
to
which the
originating user addressed the
file.

~lanatiQB:

This message is issued in
response to a QUERY SYSTEM command.
One
such message is produced for each active
link in the RSCS facility at the time of
command
processing=
The
active
link
described by the message is identified by
"linkid".
vaddr
HO
NOH

-

the virtual device address of the
line port in use by the acti ve
link.
indica tes that the active link is
in hold status.
indica tes that the active link is
not in hold status.

~!~

Action:
This message is
each active link in the system.

Oper~ior

issued for

Action: None.

6711 LINK linkid INACTIVE
6631 FILE spoolid PR mm CL a CO
distcode, NA {fn ftldsname}

nn {HOI NOH} DI

~xpla~giiQB:

This message is issued in
response to the CP command, QUERY FILES
spoolid. The VM/370 spool system-related
attributes of
the file
identified by
"spoolid" are described.

]xplanatiQB:
This message is issued in
response to a QUERY SYSTEM command.
One
such message is produced for each inactive
link in the RSCS facility at the time of
command processing.
The inactive link is
identified by "linkid".
~!~~

mm

- the
file's
transmission
priority.
a
- the file's spool file class.
nn
- the number of copies of the file
requested by the file creator.
He
indicates that the file is in
hold status.
NOH
indicates that the file is not
in hold status.
distcode - the file's distribution code.
fn ft
- the file's filename filetype.
dsname
- the file's data set name.

Action:
This message is issued for
each inactive link in the system.

672i NO LINK ACTIVE
]~lanation:

This message is issued in
response to a QUERY SYSTEM ACTIVE command.
No link defined in the RSCS facility was
active at the time of command processing.

~.£ator

Action: None.

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Messages

195

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6731 NO LINK DEFINED

702E LINE vaddr IS IN USE BY LINK linkid1
LINK linkid2 NOT ACTIVATED

~la~gtiQ~:

This message is issued in
response to a QUERY SYSTEM command.
No
link was defined in the RSCS facility at
the time of command processing.

7001 ACTIVATING LINK linkid task type vaddr c

~lanation:

An attempt
was made
to
activate the link identified by "linkid2".
The
line-port virtual
device
address
specified in the request to activate the
link, identified by "vaddr", was found to
be
in use
by
another active
link,
identified by" linkid 1", at the time of
command processing.
Syst~
Action: The com.and processing is
terminated, the co••and has no effect, and
normal processing continues.

~xplanation:

The
link
identified
by
"linkid" was inactive and has becolle active
as a result of cOllmand processinq.
The
message describes the variable attributes
in effect for this active link.
- the task name associated with the
activated link's line driver.
the ID of the line driver in use
by the activated link.
- the virtual devicE address of the
line port in use by the activated
link.
- the class or classes of files
that can be processed by the
activated link.

task
type
vaddr

c

~Y§te~

Act!on:
The activated link remains
active, and the listed attributes remain in
effect, until the link is deactivated or
the attributes are explicitly lIodified.
The link is activated whether or not a line
connection to
the remote
location is
complete.
If no line connection exists,
the line driver establishes a connection,
with operator int€rvention if necessary.
When a connection exists, file transmission
begins automatically if a file gueue exists
for the link.

701E NO SWITCHED LINE AVAILABLE -NOT ACTIVATED

LINK linkid

Q~~~1QI

Action: The command can be retried
with a sl»ecified line port address that is
not in use by another active link, or it
can be retried with no line port address
specified, in which case an attellPt will be
made to reserve and utilize a valid line
port.

703E DEV cuu IS NOT A LINE PORT
NOT ACTIVATED

-- LINK linkid

was made
to
Explanati.Q.!l:
An attempt
activate the li~k identified by "linkid"
with a line-port address identified by
"cuu". A virtual device at address "cuu"
exists, but it is not a usable line-port
device.
~!em

Action: The cOllmand processinq is
terllinated, the link remains inactive, and
normal processing continues.

~~gtor

Action: The
command can
be
reissued with a-Specified 1ine~port address
that is valid and available, or i t can be
reissued with no line-port address at all,
in which case an attempt is lIade to reserve
and utilize a valid line port.

704E LINE vaddr CC=3 NOT
linkid NOT ACTIVATED

OPERATIONAL --

LINK

~lanation:
EX~~~giiQ~:

An attempt
was made
to
activate the link identified by "linkid"
with no specified line port virtual device
address. The link had no defined default
line-port address, and no co.mon switched
line ports were available at the time of
command processinq.

An attempt
was made
to
activate the link identified by "linkid"
with a line-port address identified by
"vaddr". Either no device was defined for
the RSCS virtual lIachine at virtual address
"vaddr", or the device at that address vas
completely nonoperational.

~!~
§Y§ig~

Act!Qn: The command processing is
terminated, the link remains inactive, and
normal processinq continues.

Action: The command processinq is
terminated, the link rellains inactive, and
norllal processing continues.

~ratQ~
~g~iQ£

Action:
The
command can
be
reissued
with--a
specified line
port
address, or it can be reissued when a
switched
line
port
becomes
common
available.

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V~/370

System Messages

Action: The
command can
be
reissued wi~specified line-port address
that is valid and operational, or it can be
reissued with no line-port address at all,
in which case an attempt is made to select
and reserve a valid line port.

DKT
~I§!g~

705E DRIVER type NOT FOUND ON DISK vaddr -- LINK
linkid NOT ACTIVATED
Exmnati.Q!!:
An attellpt
was made
to
activate the link identified by "linkid"
with a driver 10 identified by "type". The
identified line driver could not be located
on the disk used for driver task loading,
identified by "vaddr".

Action: The command processing is
terminated, the link remains inactive, and
normal processing continues.

709B TASK NAKE task ALREADY IN
linkid NOT ACTIVATED

§Y21g~

!ctio~: The
command processing is
terminated, the link remains inactive; and
normal processing continues.

Actic~: Verify that
the driver ID
used was correctly typed. If it was not,
reissue the command, specifying a correct
driver 10.
If the command was correctly
typed, notify a person responsible for
system support.

ERROR LOADING FROM
linkid NOT ACTIVATED

vaddr

§I2te~

Action: Loading is abandoned, the
error is logged, the command processing is
terminated, and the link remains inactive.

~rator

Acti.Q!!: Reissue the command. If
the
error condition
persists,
notify
operations or system support personnel.

707E DRIVER type FILE FORMAT
linkid NOT ACTIVATED

~!g.!!

Action: The
STAFT command
is
ignored, and normal processinq continues.

~±at~

Action: Reissue the START command
specifying a
different task
nalle, or
reissue the START command after the task
with the conflicting nalle terminates.

LINK

Expla.!!S!io~:
An attempt
was made
to
actiVate the link identified by "linkid".
In the process of loading the link's line
driver from the disk identified by "vaddr",
an uncorrectable 1/0 error was encountered.

INVALID --

710E

KAX
(nn)
ACTIVATED

ACTIVE

LINK

linkid

NOT

~!anatiQ!!:

An attellpt to activate the
link filinkid",
in reponse
to a START
cOlllland,
failed
because
the
maximum
allowable number
"(nn)" of
concurrent
active links had already been reached.
System
Action:
The
START cOlilland
is
ignored, and normal processing continues.

QEgrat.Q± Action: Reissue the START command
after one or more links become inactive.

LINK
750E LINK linkid ALREADY
TAKEN

Exllination:
An at tEmpt
vas .ade
to
activate the link identified by "linkid",
with a driver 10 identified by "type". In
the process of reading the driver file and
loading the driver into virtual storage,
the loader detected an invalid data format
in the driver file.
syste~
Action: Loading is abandoned,
command processing
is terminated,
norllal processing continues.

LINK

ExplanatiQD: An attempt to activate the
link "linkid", in response to a START
command, failed because
the task name
"task" specified for use was in use by
another task in the system.

~~to~

?06E FATAL

USE

the
and

ACTIVE

-- NO

ACTION

~lanati2!!:

A START cOllmand was issued
specifying the link identified by "linkid".
The link was already active at the time of
cOllmand process1ng,
and no
modifiable
attributes were changed from their previous
settings.

~!~

Action: None.

Qpgntor Action: None.

]2grai.Q~

Action:
Verify that the proper
driver 10 has been used. If an improper
driver ID was used, reissue the co••and
with a correct driver ID. If the proper
driver ID
was used, notify
a person
responsible for system support.

708E VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
linkid NOT ACTIVATED

-- LINK

E~p-la!tati2!!~
An attempt
was made
to
activate the link identified by illinkid tl •
During the activation process, a virtual
free storage requirement could not be met
because there was not enough unclaimed
virtual free storage in the system.

7511 LINK linkid ALREADY ACTIVE -- NEW CLASS (ES)
SET AS REQUESTED
~lanati..Q.D:

A START command wa s issued
specifying the link identified by "linkid".
The link was already active at the tim~ o~
command processing, and
the new class
specification
for the
link has
been
accepted.
Action:
The link
autollatica11y
begins processing files bearinq the newly
specified class or classes, if any are
enqueued on the link.

§:mj:ell

~at.Q±

!ction: None.

Re.ote Spooling COII.unications Subsystea (RSCS)

ftessages

197

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7521 LINK linkid
RESET

STILL ACTIVE

-- DRAIN

STATUS

811E LINK linkid TRACE NOT ACTIVE
~!Anati~:

~~~la~g1iQn:

A START command was issued
specifying the link identified by "linkid".
The link was active at the time of command
processing, but it was in the process of
terminating as the result of a previous
DRAIN command. The link remains active,
and the attributes remain as previously
set.

The
link
identified
by
"linkid" was not in trace mode when it
received a command to set trace mode off.

~!~

Action: Trace mode remains off f.,r
the link, the command has no effect, and
normal link processinq continues.

~~gtor

Action: None.

901E INVALID SML MODE SPECIFIED -NOT ACTIVATED
8011 LINK linkid EBROR TRACE STARTED

ExplanatiQll: The RSCS operator specified an
invalid SML (Spool
MULTI-LEAVING)
mode
opliou in t.he FARM field

~xplanatiQ~:

As a
result of
command
processinq, the link identified by 'linkid'
has set its trace mode to trace line
errors.
Syste~
Actio~: A message describing
line
activity is displayed each time the number
of line errors
reaches the predefined
threshold.

LINK linkid

of lhE: R5CS ST:'RT

cOllmand.
~!em

Action: The specified
activated.

linkid is not

Operator Acti~: Reissue the
the correct SML mode.

command with

902E NON-SIGNON CARD READ ON LINK linkid
~!snati~:

The first record received from
a remote station was not a SIGNON card.

8021 LINK linkid TRACE STARTED
ExJU.g1!g1ion:
As a
result of
command
processing, the link identified by "linkid"
has set its trace mode to trace all line
activ ity.

Syst~ Action:
The sign on of the remote
station on the specified linkid is not
allowed.
~~g!~

Action: Correct the problem
repeat the sign on procedure.

and

~Y§1~~

A£1ion: A message describing line
activity is displayed each time the number
of line-transactions reaches the predefined
threshold.

903E PASSWORD SUPPLIED ON LINK linkid IS INVALID
~lanation:

An

invalid sign

on

attempt

occurred.
~!em

Action: The sign on is not allowed.

8031 LINK linkid TRACE ENDED
ExplanatiQn:
As a
result of
command
processing, the link identified by "linkid"
has set its trace mode off.
~1~~

Action: No further trace messages
will
be---displayed, and
normal
link
processing continues.

Remote Qperator Action: Correct the SIGNON
card~ reload the station, and sign on
again.
904E SIGNON PARA!ETER=parameter INVALID
~!snation:

An
invalid
entered on a SIGNON card.

~!~

810E LINK linkid TRACE ALREADY ACTIVE

parameter

was

Action: The sign on is not allowed.

QR!~g1~

Action:
and try again.

Correct the

SIGNON card,

~xpla~ation:

The
link
identified
by
"linkid" was in trace mode when it received
a new command to enter trace mode, with the
same options specified as had teen active.
~te~ A£ti~:

The link
mode with the previous
command has no effect,
processing continues.

remains in trace
options set, the
and normal link

9051 SIGNON OF LIN KID linkid COMPLETE
Explanati~: A
valid SIGNON card has been
received from the link serving linkid and
the
initialization
of
the
SIGNON
parameters is complete.

System Action: The
transfer files.
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system

now begins

to

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Operator Act!~: If only output files are
to be handled, no action need be taken. If
you want to transfer input to
V!/370,
follow
the
operator
procedure
for
initiating card input.
906E INVALID S!L BUFFER PARA!ETER -- LINK linkid
NOT ACTIVATED

935E LINK lin kid IN
spoolid PURGED

RJE MODE

PRINT

FILE

Explanation: When DMTS!L is operating as an
RJE (Remote Job Entry)
station to a remote
batch system, it is unable to transfer
print files.
Syst~

Action:

The

specified

file

is

purged.
Explanation: The RSCS operator specified an

invalid

SMt

buffer

size

option of the PAR! field
cOIIBland.
~te~

Action:
activated.

in

the

buffer

User Action: The file must
over a different link.

The specified

Qperator Action: Reissue the
the correct S!L buffer size.

link is

comlland with

on

the

Q2erator Action: Correct the SIGNON card,
reload the station, and sign on again.
ON LINK

linkid --

Syst~.!

Action:

The

specified

file

is

purged.

The signon is not allowed.

934E ID CARD MISSING
FILE PURGED

936E NO REMOTE PONCH AVAILABLE ON LINK linkid -FILE spoolid PURGED
ExplanatiQ»: The remote station operatinq
on this link has no remote punch available;
therefore, punch files destined for this
link cannot be processed.

Expla»ati2n:
The TYPE parameter
SIGNON card was omitted.
Actio~:

be trans.itted

not

90?E SIGNON TYPE PARA!ETER MISSING

System

Operator Action: Bone.

of the RSCS START

INPUT

~rator

Action: None.

Use~ Action:
The file must
over a different link.

937E DECO!PRESSION
DUCTIVA TED

ERROR

ON

be transmitted

linkid

~xpla»~1i2n:

A file was entered at a remote
station without an ID card identifying the
destination.

~!anati~:

~te~

Systn Action: The link is deactivated.

Action: The input file is flushed.

Re.ot~ QE~i~ Action: place an ID card on
the front of the input deck and reenter the
input file.

The
rellote
transmitted
data
that
decom pressed correctly.

station
cannot

LINK
has
be

~rator

Action: Follow operator procedure
to restart link
after followinq local
corrective procedure.

Remote spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS) Messaqes

199

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IBM VM/370 System Messages

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IBCDASDI Virtual Disk Initialization Program Messages

101W INVALID CARD CODE. CORRECT
INTERRUPT KEY.
~xpla~~iQn:

the above card.

ERROR. DEPRESS

An invalid code appears
Probable user error.

~rator

Action:
Enter
the
following
statement from the console typewriter:
INP UT=dddd ,cuu

in

User Action:
Check for
keypunch or
multipunch-errors.
Correct and rerun the
job.
If the problem peLsists, have ~ne
console log and input card deck available
before contacting
your system
support
personne1@

where dddd is the device type and cuu is
the channel and unit address of the input
device.
106A THE VOLID IN CONTROL STATEMENT DOES NOT
AGREE WITH ID IN VOL LABEL WHICH FOLLOWS.
VOLID=xxxxxx.

102A CONTROL STATEMENT ERROR JOB TERMINATED
statement contains
an incorrect keyword, parameter, or name
field. probable user error#

ExplanatiQn:
The VOLID parameter in the
control statement did not match the volume
serial number found on the receiving volume
(xxxxxx). Probable user error.

User Action:
Check for keypunch errors.
Correct-invalid keyword, parameter, or name
fields.
Rerun the job.
If the problem
peLsists, have the console log and input
card deck available before contacting your
system support personnel.

Operator Action: Correct the statement or
mount the correct volume and restart the
program. If the problem persists, have the
console log and input deck available for
reference before contacting your system
support personnel.

~xpla~iiQn:

A control

•

If the device referenced on the control
statement was a tape unit, have the tape
available.

•

If the device referenced on the control
statement is a direct access device, use
the DDR service program to print track 0
and have the output available.

103A STATEMENT SEQUENCE ERROR. JOB TERMINATED.
Ex~na~ion:
The control statements are
not in the proper sequence, or unnecessary
utility statements are present.
Probable
user error.
Us~
Action:
Correct
the
control
statement sequence or remove unnecessary
statements and rerun the job.
If the
problem persists, have the console log and
the input
card deck
available before
contacting your system support personnel.

i07i TRACK ZERO BAD. JOB TERMINATED.
~l~ation:

The
device
cannot
be
initialized as a systems residence volume
due to a defective surface on cylinder 00,
track 00.

104W SVC INTERRUPT. JOB TERMINATED.
Us~~

ExE!~~~iiQn:

An unknown
SVC interrupt
occurred. This program does not issue SVcs.
~~to£_Action:

If the problem persists,
have the console log and input card deck
available before contacting your system
support personnel.
•

•

If running under CMS, or standalone
under CP, use the CP DUMP command to
dump all of virtual storage and the
virtual registers to the printer. Save
the dump output.
If runninq standalone on a bare machine,
take a standalone dump and save the
output.

Action: This volume cannot contain
IPt te~-as track 0 is defective. Mount
another volume and rerun the job.
If the
problem perSists, have the console log and
input card deck available before contacting
your system support personnel.
Caution:
Move
suspect volume
once to
ascertain fault. Indiscriminate moonting
and demounting of desk packs may cause the
destruction of packs and drives.
108A HA OR RO FIELD BAD. JOB TERMINATED.
~lanation:

The
device
cannot
be
initialiZed due to a bad surface area in
the home address or track descriptor record
areas.

105A DEFINE INPUT DEVICE.
~xp1anatiQn:

The input
device must be
identified to the system by the operator.

User Action:
Mount another pack and rerun
the j~f the problem persists, have the
console log and input card deck available

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201

IBC
before contacting
personnel.

your

systell

support

caution: Hove
suspect volume
once to
ascertain fault.
Indiscriminate 1I0unting
and demounting of desk packs may cause the
destruction of packs and drives.
1081 HA OR RO FIEL D BAD.
The hOlle address or record
zero was defective and has been moved down
the track
(on a 2314 or 2319 disk). The
defective track and the alternate track
assigned are listed.

~pla~atiQ~:

113W IMPFOPER
VTOC
TERfHNATED.

BEGIN

ADDRESS.

JOB

~!~ation:

The starting address for the
VTOC (volulle table of contents) cannot be
track 0 for any direct access device or
track 1 for the 2311 i f IPL text is written
by the prograll. Probable user error.

Use± Action: Change the STRTADR parameter
on the VTOCD statement to use another
track. If the problell persists, have the
console log, input card deck and prograll
listing available before contacting JOur
system support personnel.
Note: The VTOC cannot occ upy track
occupy track 1 on 2311, or start on
alternate track.

0,
an

1091 TRACK CHK INDICATES TRACK IS GOOD.
Explanation: The track in question is good
and no alternate was assigned.
y~

Actio,!!:

Rone.

1101 BAD TRACK cccchhhh.
ExplanatiQ!!: A defective track was found at
the specified location, where cccc is the
cylinder number and hhhb
is the head
nUllber.
User Action: Make sure that the alternate
track--assiqnllent message was issued for
each bad track.
1111 ALTERNATE cccchhhh.
Explanation:
An alternate track at the
specified location is assigned to replace
the defective track (cccc is the cylinder
nUllber and hhbh is the head nUllber). If no
location is specifi~d with this lIessage,
either the defective track
is in the
alternate track area or the applicable
device is a drull device.

153A TYPEWRITER FAILED TO READ
DEPRESS INTERRUPT KEY.

LAST

MESSAGE.

Explanation: The console typewriter failed
to read the input lIessage.
Operator Action:
Press
the
consolE'
interrupt key and attempt to enter the
input
lIessage again.
If the
problell
persists, contact
your system
support
personnel.
154A READY READER cuu. DEPRESS INTERRUPT KEY.
The reader has a card jam, a
transport jail, or is out of cards.

~lanation:

Operator Action:
Correct
the
faulty
condition, ready the reader, and press the
console interrupt key
to continue the
prograll. If the card or transport jail
occurs again, reproduce the jalllled cards
and try again. If the problem persists,
contact your systell support personnel.
155A READY PRINTER cuu. DEPRESS INTERRUPT KEY.
Explanation: The printer is not ready due
to a forlls check, an open interlock, or a
pressed stop key.

Not~:
If an alternate track is bad and
another alternate is assigned the second
alternate will not indicate cchh.

112W ALT TRACKS DEPLETED. JOB TERMINATED.
Explanation:
The
nUllber of
alternate
tracks assigned has Exceeded the lIaxillUII
nUllber for this device.

Operator-Action:
Correct
the
faulty
condition, ready the printer, and press the
console interrupt key to continue. If the
problell persists, and
the printer has
becolle not-ready without a faulty condition
apparent, contact
your system
support
personnel.
156A READY TAPE cuu. DEPRESS INTERRUPT KEY.

User Action:
Mount another volulle and
rerun the--job. If thE problell persists,
have the console log and input card deck
available before contacting your systell
support personnel.
Caution: Move
suspect volume
once to
ascertain fault.
Indiscriminate mounting
and dellounting of disk packs may cause the
destruction of packs and drives.
202

IBM VM/370 System Messages

~!~at!QB:

The tape drive
unit uu is not ready.

on channel c,

2.P!!rat2,L.Action:
Correct
the
faulty
condition, ready the tape drive, and press
the console interrupt key. If the problell
persists, and the tape drive had become not
ready for no apparent reason, contact JOur
system support personnel.

IBC
157A READY DASD cuu. DEPRESS INTERRUPT KEY.
Explana~io~:

The direct access
channel c, unit uu is not ready.

device on

Operato£~cti~:
Correct
the
faulty
condition, ready the direct access drive,
andp.ress the console interrupt key. If the
problem persists, and the direct access
drive has become not ready for no apparent
reason,
contact
your
system
support
personnel.

cccchhhh
is the track address of the direct
access device being used when the
failure occurred
201W COMMAND REJECT.
Explanation:
The specified channel has
rejected an incorrect channel command word
(CCi) list= The job i~ terminated ..
~rator

1591 READER
CHECK.
INTERRUPT KEY.
Explanati~:

ERROR.

CORRECT

DEPRESS

A reader check has occurred.

~~to£-Action:
Correct
the
faulty
condition and clear the reader check. Ready
the reader and continue the program by
pressing the console interrupt key.
If
reader checks occur frequently, check the
input cards with a card guide for off
punched cards. If the cards are punched
correctly and are in good condition and
reader checks continue, contact your system
support personnel.

Action:
Rerun the job. If the
preblem persists, uv ~n~ following before
contacting your syste. support personnel;
•

If running under CMS, or standalone
under CP, issue the CP dump command to
dump all of virtual storage and the
virtual registers to produce a storage
dump to a printer.
Save the dump
output.

•

If running standalone on a bare machine,
take a standalone dump and save the
outputo

202A INTERV. REQUIRED.
160A PRINT
CHECK.
INTERRUPT KEY.

CORRECT

ERROR.

DEPRESS

Explanati~:

The

specified device

is not

ready.
~.rator

~rator_Action:

Clear the print check by
pressing check reset on the printer. Press
the interrupt
key on the
console to
continue
processing.
If
the
problem
persists, contact
your system
support
personnel.

Action:
The specified
device
requires operator intervention to make it
ready. If the device becomes not ready for
no apparent reason, contact your system
support personnel.

203W BUS. OUT CHECK.
~lanation:

A bus out check has occurred
on -~~--specified
channel.
Job
is
terminated. Probable hardware error.

163A END OF JOB.
Explanation:
occurred.

A

normal

end

of

job

has
Q~rat~Action:

If the problem persists,
have the console log and input card deck
available before contacting your system
support personnel.

204W EQUIPMENT CHECK.
Diagnostic
format:

messages

appear

in

the

following
~!anatiQn:

occurred.
number (16-byte text) cuu xx ssss YVyyyYVyyyyy
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm cccchhhh

c
is the channel of the device in error
uu
is the unit
xx
is the command code
ssss designate status bytes from the csw
yyyyyyyyyyyy
designate the first six sense bytes
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
designate the rema~n~ng sense bytes
for direct access devices

An equipment
failure
The job is terminated.

has

~.r~!or

Action: If the problem persists,
contact your system support personnel.

205W DATA CHECK.
~!anation:

A
solid data
check has
occurred on the specified device. The job
is terminated. Probable hardware error.

~.rat~Action:

If the problem persists,
contact your system support personnel.

IBCDASDI Virtual Disk Initialization Program Messages

203

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214W TRACK OVERRUN.

206W OVERRUN.
~xpla~at!2n:

An overrun check has occurred
on the specified channel.
The job is
terminated.

.Rr~g,m mg£J£1ion:

problem persists,
support personnel.

Rerun the job.
contact your

If the
system

Explanation: A track overrun condition has
occurred. The job is terainated.
Operator Action:
Rerun the job. If the
problem persists, do the following before
contacting your system support personnel:
•

If running under CftS, or standalone
under CP, issue the CP DUl!P command to
dump all of virtual storage and the
virtual registers to a printer.
Save
the dump output.

•

If running standalone on a bare machine,
take a standalone dump and save the
output.

208W DATA CONV. CHECK.
Expla~g,1ion:
A data converter check has
occurred on the specified device. The job
is terminated.
~gra~Q~_!£tiQn:

Kove data
to another
device and rerun the job. If the problem
persists, contact
your system
support
personnel.

21SW FILE PROTECTED.
Explanati~:

protected.

209W END OF CYLINDER.
~~~ns1!2n:

An unusual end-of-cylinder
condition has occurred on the specified
device. The job is terminated.

Rroqr~.!!g£J£tion:

problem persists,
support personnel.

Rerun the job.
contact your

If the
system

The specified device is file
The job is terminated.

Operator Action: If the volume is to be
read only, no response is necessary.
If
the volume is to be written on and the
device
is
a tape
unit,
install
a
write-enable ring. If the problem persists,
contact your system support personnel.
217W NO RECORD FOUID.

210W INVALID ADDRESS.
~xplans1ion:

Explanation: The indicated condition has
occurred on the specified direct access
device. The job is terminated.

Pro~am~g~!ction:

contact your systea support personnel:

An invalid address has been
issued to the specified device. The job is
terminated.

Operator Action:
Detereine
if
the
cccchhhh address shown in the message is
valid for the device indicated. If the
problem persists, have the console log and
associated
output
availatle
before
contacting your system support personnel.

~lanati~:

An invalid error return h:l s
The job is terminated.

~rator

211W NOT AVAILABLE.
Ex~nati2n:

problem persists,

218W INVALID ERROR.
occurred.

attached to
terminated.

If the

The specified device is not
job is
the system.
The

Rerun the job.
Action:
contact your
problem persists,
support personnel.

If the
system

219W WRONG ERROR.
~erato£_!cti2n:

Ensure
that
the
ENABLE/DISABLE switch on tbe device and/or
control unit is in the ENABlE position. If
the problem persists, contact your system
support personnel.

~lanation:

The error return is valid but
is not
associated with
the specified
device. The job is terminated.
Probable
hardware error.

~rator

212W READ DATA CHECK.

Rerun the job.
Action:
contact your
problem persists,
support personnel.

If the
system

~~PlangiiQn:

A permanent read data check
has been detected on the specified tape
unit. The 10b is terminated.

Qp~~2~_!cti2n:
Clean
tape
unit
read/write heads and rerun the job. If the
error persists, contact your system support
personnel.

204

IBM VM/370 System Messages

220W CHAN. CTRL. ERROR.
~!~ati~:

A channel control check has
occurred on the specified channel. The job
is terminated. Probable hardware error.

IBC
~erat£r

Action:

Rerun the

job~

T~

the

error persists, execute the SEREP program
and have
the output
available before
contacting your system support personnel.

~!ator

Action:
Rerun the job. If the
problem persists, do the following beforp
contacting your system support personnel:
•

If running under CMS, or standalone
under CP, issue the CP DUMP command to
dump all of virtual storage and the
virtual registers to a printer.
Save
the dump output.

•

If running standalone on a bare machine,
take a standalone dump a nd save the
output.

221W INTERFACE ERROR.
ExplaAation:
An interface control check
has occurred on the specified channel. The
job is
terminated.
Probable
hardware
error.
ODerator Action:
Rerun the job. If the
error-Persists, execute the SEREP program
and have
the output
available before
contacting your system support personnel.

226W UNIT EXCEPTION.
~lanation:

1 unit exception has occurred
on the
specified unit.
The job
is
terminated.

222W CHAN. DATA CHECK.
~xplaDatiQn:

A channel data check has
occurred on the specified channel. The job
is terminated. Probable hardware error.
221i INCORRECT LENGTH.

Rerun the job. If the
error persists, execute the SEREP program
and have
the output
available before
contacting your system support personnel.
Operato~_ActiQ!l:

~!anatiQA:

The indicated condition has
occurred on the specified unit. The job is
terminated.

~rator

Rerun the job.
Action:
problem persists,
contact your
support personnel.

223W DASD OVERFLOW.
Explanati2n:
An "overflow
incomplete"
condition has occurred on the specified
direct
access
device.
The
job
is
terminated. probable hardware error.
Operator Action:
Rerun the
problem persists,
contact
support personnel.

job.
your

If the
system

If the
system

228i CHAINING CHECK.
~lanation:

A chaining check has occurred
on the specifie~ channel.
The job is
terminated. Probable ha rdware error.

~rator

Acti2D: Do the following before
contacting your system support personnel:

224W PROGRAM CHECK.
•

If running under CMS, or standalone
under CP, issue the CP DUMP command to
dump all of virtual storage and the
virtual registers to a printer. Save the
dump output.

•

If running standalone on a bare machine,
take a standalone dump and save the
output.

Explanation: A program check has occurred
due to an incorrect channel command word
(CCW). The job is terminated.
Operator_ActiQ!l:
Rerun the job. If the
problem persists, do the following before
contacting your system support personnel:
•

Have the associated control cards
output listing available.

and

•

If running under CMS, or standalone
under CP, issue the CP DUMP co.mand to
dump all of virtual storage and the
virtual registers to a printer. Save the
dump output.

229i COMMAND SEQ. ERR.

•

If running standalone on a bare machine,
take a standalone dump and save the
output.

Explanation:
An invalid
sequence
~f
channel command words (CCiS) was issued.
The job is terminated.
Probable hardware
error.
Q~!ator

ActioD:
Rerun the job. If the
problem persists, do the following before
contacting your system support personnel:
•

225W PROTECTION CHECK.
Explanation:
A protection
check
has
occurred on the specified device. The job
is terminated.

If running under CftS, or standalone
under CP, issue the CP DUftP command to
dump all of virtual. storaae and the
virtual registers to a printer. Save the
dump output.

IBCDISDI Virtual Disk Initialization Program Messages

205

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•

If running standalone on a tare machine,
take a standalone dump and save the
output.

230W SEEK CHECK ERROR.

237W 3 BLANK STRIP S.
ExplanatiQ!!: Three blank strips have been
encountered within one subcell.
ActiQ.!!: Probable hardware
Call your support personnel.

~rator

error.

~xplanatiQn:

An invalid SEEK address was
issued, or a unit malfunction caused a SEEK
check.
The job is terminated.
Probable
hardware error.
Rerun the job. If the
problem persists, have the console log and
input deck available before contacting your
system support personnel.

~to£_ActiQn:

Note: This message usually indicates that
a 2321 failed to "pick" a strip.
238w 3 BLANK SUBCELLS.
Explanat!Qn: Three blank subcells have been
encountered within a cell.
Action: Probahle hardw~re
Call your support personnel.

2~atnr

231W WRITE DATA CHECK.
A permanent write data check
has occurred on the specified tape unit.
The job is terminated •

~xplang1iQn:

.QE~rato£_.!£tiQn:

Clean the
read/write
heads of the indicated tape unit and rerun
the job. If the problem persists, contact
your system support personnel.

erro~.

Note: This message usually indicates that
a2321 failed to "pick" a strip.
239W 3 BLANK TRACKS.
Explsnation: Three blank tracks have been
encountered within one cylinder.
Action: Probable hardware error.
If the problem persists, call your support
personnel.

~rator

232W TAPE -- LOAD POINT.
Explanation:
A "tape at
load point"
condition has occurred on the specified
tape unit. The job is terminated.

Note: This message usually indicates that
a2321 failed to "pick" a strip.
242W INVALID TRK FMT
An attempt was made to write
data exceeding
track capacity
on the
specified device. The job is terllinated.

~!~atiQ!!:

234W MISSING ADR-MARK.
~lanati2.n:

A "missing address marker"
condition has occurred on the specified
device. The job is terminated.

.QE~tor_Actism:

persists, contact
personnel.

None. If
the
your system

problem
support

yoar
Action:
Check
specification and retry.
If the
persists, contact
your system
personnel.

~rator

input
problem
support

243W WRITE INHIBITED
235w BLANK TRACK.
Ex£1gns1i2.n:
A
blank track
has been
encountered on the specified data cell.
!ction: None.
persists, contact
your
personnel.

~~raiQf.

The WRITE INHIBIT switch is
probably set ON in the 3330 control unit to
inhibit execution when the WRITE command is
encountered.

~!snatiQn:

If the
system

problem
support

Action: Check
WRITE INHIBIT switch:

~.f.ator

•
236W 3 BLANK CYLINDERS.
~la!!giiQ!!:

Three blank cylinders
been encountered during the analysis
strip.

have
of a

•

the status

of the

If the WRITE INHIBIT switch is set ON to
intentionally inhibit execution of WRITE
commands, follow procedures established
at your installation.
If the WRITE INHIBIT switch is set off
to allow execution of WRITE commands,
rerun the job. If the problem persists,
contact your system support personnel •

Probable hardware error.
Call your support personnel.

.QE~~iQf._!ctiQn:

249W I/O ERROR, JOB TERMINATED.
No1g: This message usually indicates that
a 2321 failed to "pick" a strip.

jll!~ati.Q1!:

messages that
conditions.

206

IBM VM/370 System Messages

This message
follows all
describe input/output error

DIU!

Interactive Problem Control System (I pes) Messages

Use~

Action: Check the macro description to
what type of failure nnn indicates.
Correct the error and retry.

100S ERROR 'nnn' READIWG FILE 'filename filetype
fm'
Explanatio~: An
error occurred during the
execution of an FSREAD macro against file
ifilename filetype fm.i
For a description
of error 'nnn', see the FSREAD macro in the
VM~lQ
CMS Command ~g ~a~ Reference,
GC2o-1818.

see

500S ERROR ; nnn; WRITING TO VIRTU! L PRI NTER
~lanation:

An error occurred during the
execution of a PRINTL macro to the virtual
printer.
For a description of the return
code, see PRINTL Macro
in VM/370 CMS
Com~A!!g and MacrQ Ref~~ .. GC20-1818.

Syste~ Action: RC = 8
Processing stops and returns to CRS.

~!~

User Action: Check the macro description to
see what type of failure Dnn indicates.
Correct the error and retry.

Use~

Action: Processing continues.

!cti~:

Check the macro description to
type of failure 'nnn' indicates.
Correct the error and retry.

see what

2005 ERROR 'nnni WRITING FILE 'filename filetype
fm'
Explanation: An error occurred during the
execution of an FSWRITE macro against file
'filename filetype fm.'
For a description
of error
'nnn', see the FSWRITE macro in
the !~L370 CMS cOllllang and ~acro Reference,
GC20-1818.
Syste!! Action: RC = 8
processing stops and returns to

5015 INVALID PARM 'badparll'
SUMMARY UPDATE PROGRAM

ON FSSTATE

The program
or EXEC that
called SUMMARY passed an invalid request or
a problem
number not
in the
format
PRBnnnnn, where nnnnn must be numeric. If
a user program or EXEC was being executed,
correct the parameter
being passed to
SUMMARY and retry.

C~s.

Syst~~ Action: RC = 8
Execution of the comlland is terminated.
The system remains in the same state as
before the command was issued.
Use~ Acti~:
If PROB .. PRB .. or VMFDUMP was
being executed, collect the console log and
call your support personnel.
If a user
program or EXEC was being executed .. correct
the parameter being passed to SUMMARY and
retry.

'filename filetype

ExplgBAtio~: An
error occurred during the
execution of an FSSTATE macro against file
'filenalle filetype fm.'
For a description
of return code 'nnn', see the FSSTATE macro
in the
VM~70
CMS COllma,Bg
and ~ac!:.Q
RefereD£~, GC20-1818.

System Act ion: RC = 8
Processing stops and returns to CMS.
User Action: Check the macro description to
see what-~ype of failure 'nnn' indicates.
Correct the error and retry.

SYMPTOM

~!anati~:

User Actio~: Check the macro description to
see what type of failure nnn indicates.
Correct the error and retry.
3005 ERROR 'nnn'
fll'

PASSED TO

5025

PROBLEM 'PRBnnnnn'
SUMPIARY

NOT

FOUND IN

SYMPTOR

~!~nation:

Problem nnnnn was not found in
the symptom summary file.

systn Action: RC = 4
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system remains in the same state as
before the cOllmand was issued.

4005 ERROR 'nnn' CLOSIWG 'filename filetype fm'
Explanation: An error occurred during the
execution of an FSCLOSE macro against file
'filename filetype fm.'
For a description
of return code 'nnn', see the FSCLOSE macro
in the
llilio -CMS ~ommaD.g and Macro
Refer~~, GC20-1818.

User Action: Retry the commani!
the correct problem number.

supplyinq

2I§tell Action: Processing stops and returns
to CRS.

IPCS PIessaqes

207

DMM
6011 OPERAND 'operand' NOT RECOGNIZED

Qse~

!ctiQn: Correct the input and retry.

~~lansiiQ~:

The system received a search
argument that was not recognized by the
STAT command.

705E ERROR IN ITEM TABLE

Re = 4
Execution of the command is terminated.
The system remains in the same state as
before the command was issued.

Expl~ati~: While counting
entries in the
item table, the indicator for the end of
the table was not found. Indicates that CP
was unable to write the dump correctl y or
the dump has been damaged.

Q2~ AciiQ~:

~te~

~yste~ !ctig~:

Retry the
the correct operand(s).

command specifying

Action: Processing continues.

Us~
Action: Some DUMPSCAN functions may
still ~vailable. Beware of unlikely
results.

7001 TYPE 'HELP' OR ENTER
~~~la~si!Q~:

You have the opportunity to
bypass a display of the DUMPSCAN subcommand
summary.

~te~

Actig~:

processing continues.

Us~
!£iion: If you wish to display a
summary of DOMPSCAN commands, type HELP.
otherwise, press the ENTER key or its
equivalent.

7061 'entry name' NOT FOUND IN THE LOAD MAP
Explanation: The name displayed was entered
to request a load map search and display
function. However, the name was not found
in the load map.
~tem Act~:

Use! ActiQn: Make sure that the entry point
or module name is correct and retry the
subcommand supplying the correct module
name.

701R ENTER DOMP NOMBER AND MODE
Explanation: You are required to
the dump number and mode.

specify
7071 'module'

~te~

7021 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN COUNT - RETRY
Explanaiig~: The
count field in the input
line contains a non-hexadecimal character.

!£tign: processing continues.

User Action: Make sure the count field
containS--only hexadecimal characters and
reenter the subcommand.
7031 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN ADDRESS - RETRY
~~snsiign:

The address field
non-hexadecimal character.

~i~~
Q2~

contains a

!ctign: processing continues.

Aciign: Correct the input and retry.

7041 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN ADDRESS - RETRY
~~plansiiQn:

The address field
non-hexadecimal character.

~Y2te~

208

'page' PAGE NOT VALID

Action: processing continues.

Qser Action: Enter the numeric part of the
dump file name, followed by the disk mode.
Leading zeros are not required, so for
PRB00056 on the A-disk, enter 56 A. If the
mode is owitted, A is assumed unless you
are changing dumps within a session, in
which case the previous mode is used.

~te~

Processing continues.

contains a

AciigQ: processing continues.

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Explanation: The page table entry for the
virtual address page where 'module' was
initially loaded was marked invalid and so
could not be displayed.
~~em

Action: Processing continues.

7081 PAGE 'page' NOT FOUND IN DUMP
~~anation:

This virtual address was not
represented by an entry in the item table.
This means it was not dumped at the time
the dump vas taken.

~Y2!~
Use~

Action: processing continues.

ActiQn: Try another address.

7091 NO VALID SCROLL ADDRESS
~!anati~:

A SCROLL or SCROLL U request
must
follow some
other request
that
qenerates a display that has an address
associated with it. This has not happened
yet in this DUMPSCAN session. Note that
SCROLL will scroll from the last address
that was displayed.

~!~

Action: processing continues.

User Action: Enter an address in
wish -to examine by using
hexloc' •

yOii-

the are a
'DISPLAY

7161 STRING 'string' {NOT FOUNDINOT FOUND BEFORE
END}

7101 NON-NUMERIC COUNT CHARACTER - RETRY
Explang~iQn:
The count field
non-numeric character.

~te~ Ac~ion:
Q~g£ A£~iQE:

contains

a
~lanati~:

The requested string was not
found within the limits
given or, if
indicated, before the end of dump was
reached.

processing continues.

Correct the input and retry.
~~em

Action: Processing continues.

User Action:

7111 LOOP IN VMBLOK CHAIN

Check that

the string

is as

you-intended, and retry the subcommand.

~~P!g~g~iQE:

While searching through the
VMBLOK chains for entries no End was found
to the chain.
Note: This message will occur if more than
256-users were logged on thE system at the
time of dump.
~Y2te~

7171 INVALID FORM OF LOCATE COMMAND
~!anati~:

The input on a LOCATE command
was not in the proper format; that is
Locate
string
[ increment 1

ActiQE: processing continues.

Us~£
A£~iQE:
May indicate
an overlay
problem.
Other DUMPSCAN
functions may
still be available.
Continue.

string
fromhexloc

request,
found.

the

On

a real or virtual device
specified
device was not

tohexloc
increment

~te~

Action: Processing continues.

User !£~iQ~: Make sure the specified device
is included in the system that produces the
dump. Retry the subcommand.

~~em

tohexloc

is up
to 16
hexadecimal
digits
is an address
up to six
significant digits in length
not higher than tohexloc
is an address
up to six
digits that is higher tha.n
fromhexloc
is an optional hexadecimal
number from 1 to 1000

7121 DEVICE 'cuu' NOT FOUND
~xpla~atiQE:

fromhexloc

Action: Processing continues.

User Action: Correct the input
retry-the subcommand.

format and

7131 USER 'userid' VMBLOK NeT FOUND
ExP!g~atiQ~:

found so
honored.
~tem

The specified 'userid' was not
the VIO request could not be

Expla~ation:
DMMHEX
nonhexadecimal character.

NO~-HEX

ExplanatiQ~:

Us~

SEE

MAP

Action: RC = 4
Processing continues.

detected

a

Correct the input and retry.

Us~~

Action: You may
continue to use
DUMPSCAN except for the DMK? subcommand and
the D!Kmmmee subcommand. If there is a
valid CP nucleus load map available and if
the dump is on the A-disk with write
access, you may use the MAP subcommand to
add the LOADMAP to the dump.

CHARACTER IN STRING

of
valid
asterisks.
~tem

MAP

~!:~

Syste! Action: processing continues.

7151

NO LOAD

The compressed load map was
not found at the end of the dUmp, possibly
because NUC MAP was
not available to
VMFDUMP or was
invalid.
All DUMPSCAN
functions except DMK1 and DMKmmmee are
still valid.

Action: Processing continues.

A£~iQ~:

HAS

~!gnati~:

7141 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN INPUT - RETRY

Mser

7181 THIS DUMP
SUBCOMMAND

The input string must consist
hexadecimal
characters
or

Action: Processing continues.

7191 ERROR 'nnn'
filetype fll'

IN

FSSTATE

FILE

'filename

Explanati~: FSSTATE
macro failed to fina
the dump file specified by your reply to
DlUmSC701R.

A£tion: Correct the input and retry.
~tem Ac!i~:

Processing continues.

IPCS Messages

209

DMM
Q~ A£1i2~:

Consult the V"/370 CMS £~nd
and ~g£~Q Reference,
GC20-1818, for a
description of error nnn in the FSSTATE
macro. Correct the problem and retry.

800s DATA EXTRACTION FAILURE
Necessary portions of the dump
file (PSA, sYllbol table, etc.) cannot be
read. control is returned to DMMEDH and
processing halts.

~lanati~:

7201 LOAD HAP ALREADY PRESENT
The HAP subcommand was issued
against a dump that already had a LOAD HAP
appended.

~xplanatio~:

~te~

Action: processing continues.

User Action: None.

§y§tell Action;
IPCS processing
Control is returned to CHS. The
report is not created.

hal ts.
problem

Us~
Action: Retry the cOlllland when the
cause of the READ failure is determined.

8011 NUC MAP 'filenalle filetype f.' IS HOT VALID
FOR THIS DUftP

7211 SHAHE TABLE IS FULL
You have run out of space in
the SNAME table. The table can hold up to
32 tokens, either SNAMEs or subcommand
operands.

Explanation: The DftKCPEND address found in
the dUllp and the one found in the load map
(file
IOC MAP)
were
not the
salle,
indica ting
a
back
level
load
map.
Processing in D!ftftAP continues.

System Action: Processing continues.

~tem

User Action: You may replace a long SNAHE
entry--vith a shorter
one or you may
terminate the session and restart.
This
procedure clears out the table.

User Action: Respond to lIessaqe D!"MAP806R.

Explg~1i2~:

8021 PROCEEDIIG ••••

7221 INVALID ENTRY INTO SNAME TIBLE
Explanati~: The SNIME subco.mand has found
an invalid operand.
See restrictions in
the usage notes for DUftPSCIN.
Syste~

Action: ftessaqes
D!ft!AP8021 and
Dftft!AP806R
are
subsequently
issued
requesting the nalle and location of the
nucleus load lIap.

ExplAnati~:
This
lIessage
follows
a
previous error message indicating that even
though an error vas encountered, further
processing will be attellpted.

Action: processing continues.

User Action~ Reissue the
the correct operand.

sUbcoaaand usinq

System
Action:
Processing
Message D!!!!P806R follows.
Use~ lcti~:

7231 THE DUHP IS NOT ON THE A-DISK
The MAP subcom.and
the dump to be on the A-disk.

~xplanatio~:

~te~ Acti~:

continues.

Respond to message Dft!ftAP806R.

803S ERROR 'nnn' I TTEftPTIIG TO LOIDftOD VMPDUMP2
requires

Processing continues.

User Action: Copy the dump to the A-disk of
your vIrtual machine before issuing the ftAP
subcomlland.
7241 {API HP} REGISTER REQUESTED FOR UNIPROCESSOR
DUMP
The subcom.and AREGS or MREGS
was issued against a dump taken on a
machine running in uniprocessor mode.

Explanation: VftPDUftP exceeds 64K in size;
thus, it must be loaded in two sections.
DftMIHI is responsible
for loading the
second section (called VftFDU!P2) as soon as
D!ftEDft makes the first call to DRMIHI.
§y§tem Action: If the
LOAD!OD is not
successful, VftFDU!P processing is halted
immediately.
User Action: For support instructions refer
to V8/370 IPCS User's Guide, GC20-1823.

~xplanation:

~i~A

Action: Processing continues.

Use~ Acti~: Verify that
you are exall1n1ng
the correct dump. To see the registers,
the PSW, etc., issue the REGS command.

210

IBM VM/370 system Messages

8041 ERROR II DATA EXTRACTION
~~ati~:

The
text portion
of the
problem report may not be complete due to
the absence of supporting information (for
example, IUC HIP A1 does not match the
system). This message is also issued if
subroutines, such as DMHGRC, encounter an
error reading from the dumpfile, or D!KCPA
cannot recognize the abend code.

Syste~ !ct!Qn: 1PCS processing continues to
extract as much data as possible.
This
message occurs on the terminal as well as
in the text portion of the problem report.

Expl§nation: An address passed to the dump
record read routine could not be found in
the dump. Probably caused by a
storage
overlay or an invalid register address in
the dump.
~!~~

8051 xxxxxx ABEND CODE NOT DOCUMENTED
Explanation:
This message is issued in
module DMMCPA if the akend code in the dump
does not compare with any atend code in the
looku p tabl e.
~te~

8091 REQUESTED ADDRESS NOT IN DUMP

Action:
IPCS
data
extraction
continues to gather dump information on a
limited basis depending on the nature of
the error.
User

Actio~:

None.

Action: processing continues.

User Action:
Either the atend code in the
dump Is--overlaid or an unknown abend code
has been generated.
Call your support
personnel.
806R ENTER 'filename filetype fm'
LOAD MAP OR NULL LINE

OP

NUCLEUS

ExPlAngtiQn: This message is issued after
it is determined that file NUC MAP A is not
found or invalid.
Syste~
Action: processing halts
system waitS-for a reply.

and

the

User Action: Enter the filename, filetype,
an~fileiOde of the nucleus load map that
corresponds to the level of the dump being
processed.
If the
information is not
available,
a
'null' entry
will cause
processing to continue on a limited basis.
If a null entry is made, the sorted,
compressed load map will not be appended to
the dump.
80n UNABLE
TO
filemode'

LOCATE

'filename

After you responded to message
DMMMAP806R, DMHMAP was unatle to locate the
filename entered.

ActiQn:
Processing
DMMMAP806R is reissued.

~!anati2n:

An error occurred trying to
read either NUC MAP
or the file you
specified in reply to message DMMMAP806R.
System Action: Processing continues.

User
Action:
Por
an explanation
and
detailed description of error nnn
see the
FSREAD macro in the VM/370 ~~~ ~g~~~~g and
Kac~Q Reference~ GC20-1818.
Correct
error and reply to the following DMMMAP806R
message with the fileid or nUll.

the

8501 UNABLE TO READ DUMP FROM READER
~!anati~:

The V~DUMP command was unable
to read the 3704/3705 dump or the system
abend dump from the CP spool file through
the CMS
card reader.
This
could be
because:
•

The reader is not at address OOC,

•

The reader at OOC is already in open
status from a previous operation, or

•

The device in the virtual machine at OOC
is not a CP spool card reader device.

filetype

]xplang~iQn:

~Y21g~

8101 ERROR 'nnn' READING PILE 'filename filetype
fm'

continues.

User Action: Respond to message DMMMAP806R
with name-and location of the nucleus load
map.

the virtual
Usg! Acti~:
Verify that
machine
configuration is
correct
for
performing a VMFDUMP operation and that the
card reader at OOC is a spool card reader
in closed status.
8511 TEN DUMP PILES ALREADY EXIST
~l~ation:

8081 NUCLEUS MAP
filemode'

INVALID

'filename

filetype

Explanation:
Issued after you respond to
message DMMMAP806R and
the address of
DMKCPEND in the dump does not correspond to
the address of DMKCPEND in the load map.
~stg~

Action:
Processing
Message DHMMAP806R is reissued.

continues.

The command
has not been
executed because ten dump files with nameE
DUMPOO through DUMP09 already exist on thp
eMS disk being accessed.

~!~

A£tion: The command is terminated.

User Action:
purge one or more of til EO
unwanted dump files or rename any of the
existing dump files using the CMS RENAME
command.
Reissue the command so that the
dump file can be automatically created.

USg£ !£1i2n: Respond to DHMHAP806R with
name and location of the nucleus load map.

IPCS Messages

211

DMM
8521 FATAL I/O ERROR WRITING DUMP
~~~ns~iQn:

An
recoverable I/O
error
occurred
during
the writing
of
the
3704/3705 dump or the system abend dump on
the CMS disk being accessed.
The message
is preceded by CMS error messages for the
disk function.
User Action: Reissue the command after
taking-actIon to bypass the I/O errors on
the CMS disk being accessed.

8531 NO DUMP FILES EXIST
~xplanation:

The VMFDUMP
command
was
specified, and the return from the CP
interface indicates that no dump files
exist for this user.

US§~

Action: Take corrective action to
bypass the I/O error.
Then reissue ~e
command requesting
to print
the d~p
previously loaded onto the disk.
861E DUMP FILE 'filename' NOT FOUND
]XRlanation: The co.mand
vas specified
requesting a printout of a specific dump
file, and that file could not be found on
the CftS disks that were currently accessed.
Use~ Action:
Verify that the correct dump
file was specified and that the correct
disks are accessed by CKS. Then reissue
the command, requesting the specified dump
file.

863E INVALID PARAMETER - parameter
Us~

!~tion:

Verify that the dump files
produced by the CP system haVE the userid
and the class required, and that this
user's userid and class on the card reader
match that of the dump, so that" a dump file
can be read.
If no dump files exist,
VKFDU!P does not have to be issued. If the
dump file exists under a different userid,
have the operator transfer that file to the
required userid,
so that
it can
be
accessed.
Also, verify that the input
class of the spool card reader at OOC is
class D, so that it can read the dump
files.
860r FATAL I/O ERROR READING DUMP
ExP!sna~ion: During the reading of the dump
from the eMS disk, an unrecoverable IIC
error occurred.
This message is preceded
by a CMS message
indicating the disk
failure.

Explanatign: The co•• and was specified with
a list of options, one of which is not
recognized by the command.
System Action: The command is not executed.
User Action: Reissue the
only -valid options as
command syntax.

commandi specify
defined in the

8641 PAGE REFERENCED NOT AVAILABLE WHILE EDITING
xxxxxxxx
Explsnatign: During the format dump phase
of the
VKFDUKP command,
a page
was
referenced in one of the CP control blocks
(identified by 'xxxxxxxx'), and that page
is not available because it ~~ beyond the
range of the CP nucleus.
~!~

Action: VKFDUKP attempts to continue
formatting at the next valid control block.
User Action: No action can be taken on the
of the user to circumvent this problem
since it
usually indicates
CP system
software
failures
that
caused
the
addressing of unreferenced pages.

part

212

IBM VM/370 system Messages

•4nnAndix
-1""1""------- -A.
--

Command-to-Messaae
Cross-Reference
- -

Below is an alpabetical listing of CP, CMS, RSCS, and IPCS
commands and VM/370 service programs, together with their
associated messages. under each command, the messages are
listed in message-number sequence within module code.
Note: These messaqes are Dot prefixed by progra. fiu.hers,
refer to the message section of this book to establish
ownership.

CP Message Summary
ICNT
DMKAC0425E
DMKCPV003E
DMKCPV007E
DMKCPV020E
DMKCPV045E
DMKCPV143E

I/O ERROR DURING ACCOUNTING
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID USERID - userid
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT LOGGED ON
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM

ADSTOP
DMKCFD004S
DMKCFD026E
DMKCFD160E
DMKCFD164E
DMKVMA181E

INVALID HEILOC - hexloc
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
HEILOC hexloc EICEEDS STORAGE
HEILOC hexloc NON-ADDRESSABLE STORAGE
SHARED SYSTEM name REPLACED WITH NON-SHARED COPY

ATTACH
DMKSSS071E
DMKSSS072E
DMKSSU074E
DMKSSS075E
DMKSSS0781
DMKSSS438E
DMKSST070E
DMKSST072E
DMKSST073E
DMKSST078E
DMKVDA003E
DMKVDA006E
DMKVDA020E
DMKVDA021E
DMKVDA022E
DMKVDA023E
DMKVDA034E
DMKVDA040E
DMKVDA045E
DMKVDA046E
DMKVDA120E
DMKVDA121E
DMKVDA122E
DMKVDA123E
DMKVDA124E
DMKVDA125E
DMKVDA126E

DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - MSS CANNOT BE ACCESSED
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
MISSING INTERRUPT - DEVICE 'raddr'
DEVICE 'raddr' IS NOT AVAILABLE
MSS MOUNT PROCEEDING FOR VOLUME 'volid'
DEVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR ATTACH
shared-status MSS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
ASS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - REASON CODE xx
MSS MOUNT PROCEEDING FOR VOLUME 'volid'
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID raddr
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID vaddr
VOLID MISSING OR INVALID
CHANNEL MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr NOT ATTACHED; userid vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
type raddr NOT ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr ALREADY ATTACHED to userid
DASD raddr CP OWNED
DASD raddr IN USE BY nnn USERS
DASD raddr VOLID volid ALREADY ATTACHED TO SYSTEM
DASD raddr ERROR READING VOLID

Dl!KVDA127E DASD raddr VOLID volid DOES NOT PlATCR

DMKVDA128E
DMKVDA131E
DHKVDA133E
DMKVDA134E
DMKVDA139E
DMKVDA142E
DMKVDA143E
DMKVDA1511

DASD raddr ERROR READING ALLOCATION RECORD
INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE AVAILABLE FOR ATTACH REQUEST
DASD raddr NOT READY
type vaddr NOT ATTACHED; CHAN x DEDICATED
DASD raddr NOT ATTACHED; 3330i NOT ACCEPTED AS SYSTEM VOLUME
type raddr NOT DRAINED
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
DASD (addr) NOT ATTACHED, BUSY PERSISTS, IOBSTAT=xx, IOBCSW+4=yyyy

Appendix A. Co••and-to-Message Cross-Reference

213

DMK
ATTACH CHANNEL
DMKVCH034E CHANNEL MISSING OR INVALID
DMKVCH048E CHANNEL X DOES NO~ EXIST
DMKVCH129E CHANNEL x DEVICES IN USE
DMKVCH132E CHANNEL X ALREADY DEFINED BY userid
DMKVDA020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DMKVDA045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
AUTOLOG
DMKALG059E AUTOLOG FAILED FOR userid {IPL MISSINGIIPL FAILEDIACCOUNTING ERROR}
DMKALG115E AUTOLOG INVALID; EXCESSIVE INCORRECT PASSWORDS
BACKS PAC
DMKCS0003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKCS0006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
DMKCS0021E RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
O~KCS0040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DMKCS0046E type raddr OFFLINE
DMKCS0140E type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
DMKCS0141E type-raddr NOT ACTIVE
DMKRSE240E PRT cuu, FCB-FORMS MISMATCH, FILEID nnn {HELDIPURGED}
DMKRSE241E PRT cuu, INVALID LOAD MODULE mmmm SPECIFIED,
FILE nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
DMKRSE2421 PRT cuu (3800) INTERVENTION REQD, STATUS CODE cc
DMKRSE252I par cuu, FILE nnnn REQUEUED AND HELD
DMKRSE255I PRT cuu, PAGE EUFFER DESTROYED, BACK UP PAGE COUNT
nnnn
BEGIN
DMKCFC004S INVALID HEXLOC -

hexloc

CHANGE
DMKCSU003E
DMKCSU006E
DMKCSU008E
DMKCSU013E
DMKCSU026E
DMKCSU027E
DMKCSU028E
DMKCSU029E
DHKCSU030E
DMKCSU032E
DMKCSU035E
DMKCSU042E
DMKCSU243E
DMKCSU245E
DMKCSU246E
DMKCSU253E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID SPOOLID - spoolid
CONFLICTING OPERAND - operand
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
FNAME FTYPE MISSING OR INVALID
COPIES nISSING OR INVALID
DIST CODE MISSING OR INVALID
DEVICE TYPE MISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
PLASH MISSING OR INVALID
CHARS KISSING OR INVALID
PCB MISSING OR INVALID
MODIFY MISSING OR INVALID

CLOSE
DMKCSP003E
DKKCSP006E
DKKCSP013E
DMKCSP022E
DMKCSP029E
DMKCSP032E
DMKCSP040E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPERAND - operand
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
FNAME FTYPE MISSING OR INVALID
DIST CODE MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST

COUPLE
DMKDIA006E
DMKDIA011E
DMKDIA020E
DMKDIA022E
DMKDIA040E
DMKDIA045E
DMKDIA047E
DMKDIA058E

INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - userid vaddr
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
userid vaddr DOES NOT EXIST
CTCA vaddr BUSY ON userid

DCP
DMKCDB003E
DMKCDB004S
DMKCDB009E
DMKCDB010E
214

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

OPTION - option
HEXLOC - hexloc
RANGE - range
REGISTER - register

IBM VM/370 system Messages

DIU

DCP (continued)
DHKCDB026E OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
DHKCDB033E HEXLOC ~ISSING OR INVALID
DMKCDB160E HEXLOC hexloc EXClEDS STORAGE
DDR
DHKDDR700E
DHKDDR701E
DHKDDR702E
DMKDDR703E
DMKDDR704E
DRKDDR70SE
DMKDDR705E
DHKDDR707E
DMKDDR708E
DHKDDR709E
DMKDDR1101
DHKDDR111R
DMKDDR112E
DHKDDR713E
DMKDDR114E
DHKDDR115E
DMKDDR116R
DHKDDR111R
DMKDDR118E
DHKDDR119E
DHKDDR120E
DMKDDR121E
DMKDDR122E
DMKDDR123E
DHKDDR724E
DHKDDR125R
DMKDDR126E
DMKDDR127E
DMKDDR756E
DEFINE
DMKDEF003E
DftKDEF022E
DHKDEF024E
DMKDEF024E
DMKDEF025E
DHKDEF026E
DMKDEF040E
DMKDEF091E
DHKDEF092E
DMKDEF094E
DMKDEF095E
DMKDEF136E
DETACH
DMKVDD006E
DMKVDD020E
DMKVDD021E
DMKVDD022E
DftKVDDO~OE

DHKVDD045E
DMKVDD046E
DMKVDD121E
DMKVDD123E
DKKV1>D124E
DMKVDD135E
DMKVDD140E
DMKVDD142E
DDMKVD143E

INPUT UNIT IS NOT A CPVOL
INVALID OPERAND - xxx xxx
CONTROL STATEMENT SEQUENCE ERROR
OPERAND HISSING
DEV cuu NOT OPERATICNAL
10 ERROR cuu CSW csw SENSE sense
INPUT bbcchh OUTPUT bbcchh CCV ccw
10 ERROR cuu CSV csw SENSE sense
INPUT bbcchh OUTPUT {bbcchhlnnnnnn} CCV ccw
HACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
INVALID INPUT OR OUTPUT DEFINITION
WRONG INPUT TAPE HOUNTED
DEV cun INTERVENTICN REQUIRED
VOLID READ IS volid2 {NOT volid1}
DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES NO OR REREAD:
NUMBER OF EXTENTS lXCEEDS 20
OVERLAPPING OR INVALID EXTENTS
RECORD bbcchh NOT FOUND ON TAPE
LOCATION bbccbh IS A FLAGGED TRACK
NO VOLl LABEL FOUND {FOR xxxxxx} DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE?
RESPOND YES OR NO CR REREAD:
DATA DUMPED FROM volid1 TO BE RESTORED TO volid2.
DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES NO OR REREID:
OUTPUT UNIT IS FILE PROTECTED
INVALID FILE NAME OR FILE NOT FOUND
ERROR IN routine
RECORD cchhr NOT FCUND
OUTPUT UNIT NeT PROPERLY FORMATTED FOR THE CP NUCLEUS
NO VALID CP NUCLEUS ON THE INPUT UNIT
INPUT TAPE CONTAINS A CP NUCLEUS DUMP
ORIGINAL INPUT DEVICE VAS (IS) LARGER THAN OUTPUT DEVICE.
DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES OR NO:
MOVING DATA INTO THE ALTERNATE TRACK CYLINDER(S) IS PROHIBITED
FLAGGED TRK xxxxxxxxxx HAS NO PROPER ALTERNATE; SKIPPING THIS TRK
PROGRA~ CHECK PSV = psw
INVALID OPTION - option
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
CYLS MISSING OR INVALID
{CYLSIBLKS} MISSING OR INVALID
STORAGE MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DASD vaddr NOT DEFINED; TEMP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; type vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
STORAGE EXCEEDS ALLOWED MAXIMUM
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINE; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; CHAN x DEDICATED
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID raddr
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID vaddr
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr NOT ATTACHED to userid
DASD raddr CP OWNED
DA5D radar IN USE BY nnn USERS
type vaddr NOT DETACHED; CHAN x DEDICATED
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr NOT DRAINED
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM

Appendix A. Coamand-to-Kessage Cross-Reference

215

DMK
DETACH CHANNEL
DHKVCH034E CHANNEL HISSING OR INVALID
DHKVCH048E CHANNEL x DOES NOT EXIST
DMKVCH130E CHANNEL X NOT ATTACHED TO userid
DHKVCH138E CHANNEL X NOT ATTACHED; INSUFFICIENT STORAGE
DMKVDD020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DHKVDD034E CHANNEL HISSING OR INVALID
DIAL
DMKDIA011E
DMKDIA020E
DMKDIA022E
DMKDIA045E
DMKDIA047E
DMKDIA055E
DMKDIA056E
DMKDIA098E
DMKnIA206E
DMKDIA707A

INVALID DEVICE TYPE - userid vaddr
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
VADDR HISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT LOGGED ON
userid vaddr DOES NOT EXIST
LINE(S) NOT AVAILABLE ON userid
LINE vaddr BUSY ON userid
DEV rid MODE SWITCH NeT POSSIBLE
~A"OT CONNECT TO ROST VIRTUAL MACHINE
DIAL FUNCTION NOT AVAILABLE

DIRECT
DMKDIR751E
DMKDIR752E
DMKDIR753E
DMKDIR754E
DMKDIR755E
DMKDIR756E
DMKDIR757E
DMKDIR758E
DMKDIR760E
DMKDIR761E
DMKDIR762E
DMKDIR763E
DMKDIR764E

INVALID OPERAND - xxxxxx
STATEMENT SEQUENCE ERROR FOLLOWING USER user
OPERAND MISSING
DEV cuu NOT OPERATIONAL
10 ERROR cuu CSW csw SENSE sense
PROGRAM CHECK PSW = psw
MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
DUPLICATE UNIT DEFINITION
NOT ENOUGH SPACE ALLOCATED FOR DIRECTORY
VOLID READ IS volid1 NOT volid2
DIRECTORY STATEMENT MISSING
INVALID FILENAME OR FILE NOT FOUND
ERROR IN routine

DISABLE
DMKCPV003E
DMKCPV006E
DMKCPV021E
DHKCPV026E
DMKCPV040E
DMKCPV046E
DMKCPV140E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
RADDR HISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEy addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFlINE
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid

DISCORN
DHKUS0003E INVALID OPTION - option
DISPLAY
DMKCDH003E
DMKCDM004S
DMKCDM009E
DHKCDH010E
DMKCDM026E
DMKCDH160E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID RANGE - range
INVALID REGISTER - register
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

DMCP
DMKCDM003E
DMKCDM004S
DMKCDM009E
DMKCDM033E
DMKCDM160E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID RANGE - ranqe
HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

DRAIN
DMKCS0003E
DMKCS0006E
DHKCS0021E
DMKCS0040E
DMKCS0046E
DMKCS0140E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid

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IBM VM/370 system Messages

DKK
DUMP
DKKCDM003E
DKKCDM004S
DMKCDM009E
DKKCDM033E
DKKCDM060E
DKKCDK061E
DMKCDM160E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID RANGE - range
HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
DUMP FAILED; VIRTUAL PRINTER UNAVAILABLE
DUMP FAILED; VIRTUAL PRINTER ERROR
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

ECHO
None.
ENABLE
DMKCPV003E
DMKCPV006E
DKKCPV021E
DMKCPV026E
DMKCPV040E
DMKCPV046E
DMKCPV140E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED to userid

EXTERNAL
DMKCPB005E INVALID HEXDATA - hexdata
FLUSH
DMKCS0003E
DMKCS0006E
DMKSC0013E
DKKCS0021E
DMKCS0040E
DMKCS0046E
DMKCS0140E
DMKCS0141E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPERAND - operand
BlDDR MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr NOT ACTIVE

FORCE
DMKUS0003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKUS0020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DMKUS0045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
FREE
DMKCSP006E
DMKCSP007E
DMKCSP020E
DMKCSP053E

INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID USERID - userid
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY

HALT
DMKCPS021E RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCPS040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DMKCPS144W type vaddr RESET BY userid
HOLD
DMKCPI9581
DMKCPI959W
DMKCSP006E
DHKCSP007E
D8KCSP020E
DMKCSP053E
DMKTCS240E
DMKTCS241E
INDICATE
DMKTHI002E
DMKTHI003E
DMKTHI026E
DKKTHI045E

ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT OPERATIONAL
ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT ONLINE
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALIDUSERID - userid
USEFID MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
PRT cuu, PRT FCB-FORMS MISMATCH, FILEID nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
PRT cuu, INVALID LOAD MODULE mmmm SPECIFIED,
FILE nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
INVALID OPERANt - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT LOGGED ON

IPL
DMKCFG002E
DMKCFG003E
DKKCFG013E
DKKCFG022E
DMKCFG026E

INVALID OPERANt - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
Appendix A. Command-to-Message Cross-Reference

217

DMK
IPL (continued)
DMKCFG040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DMKCFG044E SYSTEM name DOES NOT EXIST
DMKCFG083E VMSAVE AREA DOES NCT CONTAIN A VALID SAVED SYSTEM
DMKCFG110E SYSTEM name EXCEEDS STORAGE
DMKCFG111E SYSTEM name VGIID volid NOT MOUNTED
DMKCFG112E SYSTEM name DASD vaddr INCOMPATIBLE SYSRES
DMKCFG113E SYSTEM name REQUIRES DASD vaddr
DMKCFG114E PAGING I/O ERROR; IPL FAILED
DMKCFG111E PARM EXCEEDS 64 CHAFACTERS
DMKCFG203E V=R AREA REQUIRES IPL BY DEVICE ADDRESS
DMKCLK431E NO DASD SPACE AVAILABLE - IPL TERMINATED
DMKCLK910W TOD CLOCK SYNC CHECK RECEIVED
DMKCPI185E ECPS LEVEL xx DOES NOT MATCH CP LEVEL yy
DMKCPI9131 CP OWNED VOLID xxxxxx INVALID FOR 3330V
DMKCPI9581 ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT OPERATIONAL
DMKCPI959W ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT ONLINE
D~KVMI022~ VhDDR ~ISSING OR INVALID
DMKVMI230E IPL SIO ERROR
DMKVMI231E IPL TIO ERROR
DMKVMI232E IPL UNIT ERROR;
CSW xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx SNS xxxxxxxxxxxx
DMKVMI233E IPL OVERLAY ERROR
DMKVMI234E IPL SENSE ERROR
JOURNAL
DMKJRL1451 USERID: userid AT term-raddr WITH INVALID PASSWORD NO. xxx (pswd)
HAS VIOLATED THE lIMIT OF yyy (,A=auserid]
LINK
DMKLNK020E
DMKLNK022E
DMKLNK052E
DMKLNK053E
DMKLNK101W
DMKLNK102W
DMKLNK103W
DMKLHK104E
DMKLNK105E
DMKLNK106E
DMKLNK101E
DMKLNK108E
DMKLNK109E
DMKLNK110E
DMKLNK111E
DMKLNKl12E
DMKLNK113E
DMKLNKl14E
DMKLNKl15E
DMKLNKl16E
DMKLNKll1E
DMKLNK118E
DMKLNK119E
DMKLNK131E
DMKLNK139E
DMKLNK2811
DMKSSS011E
DMKSSS013E
DMKSSS0181
DMKSST010E
DMKSST012E
DMKSST013E
DMKSST018E

USERID MISSING OR INVALID
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
DASD vaddr FORCED R/O; R/O BY nnn USERS
DASD vaddr FORCED R/O; R/W BY nnn USERS
DASD vaddr FORCED R/O; R/W BY nnn USERS; R/O BY nnn USERS
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; R/O BY nnn USERS
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; R/W BY nnn USERS
userid vaddr NOT lINKED; R/W BY nnn USERS; R/O BY nnn USERS
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
userid vaddr NOt LINKED; vOLID volid iOT BOuiTED
userid vaddr NOT lINKED; INVALID LINK DEVICE
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; type vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
userid vaddr NOT LINED; NO READ PASSWORD
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NO WRITE PASSWORD
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NO MULT PASSWORD
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; PASSWORD INCORRECT
LINK INVALID; EXCESSIVE INCORRECT PASSWORDS
USEFID xxx NOT LINKED; CP DIRECTORY IN USE
USERID USERID NOT LINKED; VOLID volid CONFLICT
userid raddr NOT LINKED; COMMAND FORMAT NOT VALID
USERID vaddr NCT LINKED; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
DASD vaddr NOT LINKED; CHAN x DEDICATED
DASD addr NOT LINKED; 3330V NOT ACCEPTED AS SYSTEM VOLUME
MSS VOL $ NOT LINKED; DEMNT IN PROCESS, RETRY
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - "SS CANNOT BE ACCESSED
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - MSS ERROR
MSS MOUNT PROCEDDING FOR VOLUME 'volid'
shared-status MSS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
MSS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - REASON CODE xx
MSS MOUNT PROCEEDING FOR VOLUME 'volid'

LOADBUP
DMKCSB003E
DMKCSB006E
DMKCSB013E
DMKCSB021E
DMKCSB026E
DMKCSB031E
DMKCSB036E
DMKCSB046E
DMKCSB040E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPERAND - operand
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
BUFFER HISSING OR INVALID
INDEX MISSING OR INVALID
type raddr OFFLINE
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST

218

IBM V8/370 System Messages

10ADBUF (continued)
DKKCSB043E BUFFER name DOES NOT EXIST
DKKCSB140E type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
DKKCSB142E type raddr NOT DRAINED
DKKCSB148E type raddr BUFFER lOAD name FAILED
LOADVFCB
DKKCSB006E
DKKCSB022E
DKKCSB026E
DKKCSB031E
DMSCSB036E
DKKCSB040E
DKKCSB043E

INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
VADDR KISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
BUFFER KISSING OR INVALID
INDEX MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
BUFFER name DOES NOT EXIST

LOCATE
DMKCFD021E
DMKCFD022E
DMKCFD026E
DMKCFD040E

RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST

LOCK
DMKCPV004S
DMKCPV009E
DMKCPV020E
DKKCPV033E
DKKCPV045E
DKKCPV160E
DMKCPV165I

INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID RANGE - range
USERID KISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT LOGGED ON
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE
PAGE hexloc NOT 10ClED; SHARED PAGE

LOGON
DKKLOG003E
DMKLOG020E
DHKLOG050E
DKKLOG051E
DHKLOG052E
DHKLOG053E
DMKLOG067E
DMKLOG054E
DKKLOG080E
DKKLOG081W
DMKLOG082E
DHKLOG090E
DMKLOG091E
DKKLOG092E
DKKLOG093E
DMKLOG095E
DKKLOG131E
DMKLOG188E
DMKLOG189I
DHKLOG206E
DMKLOG250E
DKKLOG251E
DKKSSS071E
DKKSSS072E
DKKSSS073E
DMKSSS078I
DKKSST070E
DKKSST072E
DKKSST073E
DMKSST078E

INVALID OPTION - option
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
PASSWORD INCORRECT
KAXIMUM USERS EXCEEDED
ERROR IN CP tIRECTORY
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
COHH AND FORMAT NOT VALID
ALREADY LOGGED ON {LINEIGRAF} raddr
NO PREALLOCATED VMSAVE AREA
VKSAV! AREA CONTAINS A SAVED SYSTEM, MUST USE SET COKMAND
MORE THAN ONE VKSAVE AREA ALLOCATED, HUST SPECIFY AREA NAKE
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; DEV {raddrlvolser} NOT AVAILABLE
DASD vaddr NOT DEFINE~; TEHP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; type vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE AVAILABLE FOR LOGON REQUEST
SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
AFFINITY NOT SET; SYSTEK IN UNIPROCESSOR MODE
CANNOT CONNECT TO HOST VIRTUAL MACHINE
370E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
370E IS NOT ACTIVE
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - KSS CANNOT BE ACCESSED
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - KSS ERROR
KSS MOUNT PROCEEDING FOR VOLUME 'volid'
shared-status KSS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
KSS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - REASON CODE xx
KSS HOUNT PROCEEDING FCR VOLUME 'volid'

LOGOFF
DMKUS0003E INVALID OPTION - option
MONITOR
DMKMCC002E
DKKMCC003E
DKKKCC006E
DKKMCC021E
DHKMCC026E
DKKMCC040E
DMKMCC046E

INVALID OPERANt - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
RADDR KISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
Appendix A. Command-to-Message Cross-Reference

219

DMK
MONITOR (continued)
DMKMCC140E type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
DMKMCC143E type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEB
DBKMCC211E MONITOR TAPE IS ALREADY ACTIVE
DMKMCD212E MONITOR TAPE IS NOT ACTIVE
DMKMCC213E MONITOR CPTRAC! IS ALREADY ACTIVE
DMKMCD214E MONITOR CPTRAC! IS NOT ACTIVE
DMKMCC215E MONITOR ACTIVE; DASTAP CANNOT BE ENABLED DYNAMICALLY
DMKMCC216E SYSPROF CLASS REQUIRES SCHEDULE AND DASTAP
DMKMCC217E MONITOR TAPE NOT STARTED, BO CLASS ENABLED
DMKMCD218E MONITOR HOT STOPPED, OUTSTANDING TAPE I/O
DMKMCD002E INVALID OPERAND - operand
DMKMCD021E RADDR KISSING OR INVALID
DMKMCD026E OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
DMKMCD040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DMKMON2191 END OF MONITOR TAPE, MONITOR STOPPED BY SYSTEM
DKKMON2201 ERROR ON MONITOR TAPE, MONITOR STOPPED BY SYSTEM
D~KMCC221!

MONITOR TO SPOOL IS ALREADY ACT!V!

DMKMCD222E
DMKMCD223E
DMKMCD224E
DMKMNI225E
DKKMCD226E
DMKMCD221E
DMKHCD228E
DMKMIA229E

TIME PARAMETER SPECIFIES INVALID TIME
START TIME MUST PRECEDE STOP TIME
LIMIT MUST BE BETWEEN 10 and 50000
INVALID MOBITOR USERID SPECIFIED, BON NOT STARTED
FOR VALOE SPANS MIDNIGHT - COMMAND INVALID
FOR OPTION INVALID WITH AOTODISK OFF
FOR OPTION INVALID WITH MONITOR ON
MONITOR OOT OF DASD PAGES, IS SHUTTING OFF

DMKHSG003E
DMKMSG020E
DMKKSG045E
DMKMSG051W

INVALID OPTION - option
USERID KISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT LOGGED ON
userid NOT RECEIVING; DISCONNECTED

MSG

NCPDOMP
DMKRND8501
DMKRND8521
DMKRND8531
DMKRND8601
DMKRND861E
DMKRND863E

UNABLE TO READ DUMP FROM READER
FATAL I/O ERROR WRITING DUMP
NO DOMP FILES EIIST
FATAL I/O ERROR READING DUMP
DUMP FILE 'filenaae' NOT FOUND
INVALID PARAMETER - paraaeter

NETWORK
DMKNES002E
DMKNES004S
OMKNES006E
DMKNES009E
DMKNES021E
DMKNES026E
DMKNES040E
DMKNES046E
DMKNES049E
DMKNES098E
DMKNES140E
DMKNES160E
DMKNES115E
DMKNES106E
DMKNET002E
DMKNET003E
DMKNET004S
DMKNET006E
DMKNET009E
DMKNET021E
DMKNET026E
DMKNET033E
DMKNET040E
DMKNET046E
DKKNET049E
DMKNET098E
DMKNET140E
DMKNET160E
DMKNLD002E
DMKNLD006E
DMKNL0021E

INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID HEILOC - hexloc
IP.VALID DEVICE TYPE - raddr
INVALID RANGE - range
BADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV raddr DOES NO~ EIIST
{DEV ridltype raddr} OFFLINE
type raddr IN USE
DEV rid MODE SWITCH NOT POSSIBLE
CTLR raddr ATTACHED TO userid
HEILOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE
{NETWORKITRACE} ALREADY IN USE BY OSERID
LINE addr NOT ENABLED
INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID HEILOC - bexloc
INVALID DEVICE TYFE - raddr
INVALID RANGE - range
BADDB MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
HEILOC MISSING OR INVALID
DEV raddr DOES NOT EIIST
(DEV ridltype raddr} OFFLINE
type raddr IN OSE
DEV rid MODE SWITCH NOT POSSIBLE
type raddr ATTACHED TC userid
HEILOC hexloc EXCEEtS STORAGE
INVALID OPERANt - operand
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - raddr
RIODR MISSING OR INVALID

220

IBM VM/370 system Messages

DMK
NETWORK (continued)
DHKNLD026E OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
DHKNLD040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DHKNLD044E SYSTEM name DOES NOT EXIST
DHKNLD046E CTLR raddr OFFLINE
DHKNLD140E CTLR raddr ATTACHED TO userid
DMKNLD143E CTLR 'raddr' IN USE BY SYSTEH
DHKNLD411E CTLR raddr LOAD FAILED: UNRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR
DHKNLD110E SYSTEM name EXCEEDS STORAGE
DMKNLD111E SYSTEM name VCLID volid NOT HOUNTED
DHKNLD460E CTLF raddr LOAD FAILED: PROGRA! CHECK
DHKNLD461R CTLR raddr IPL NOT REQUIRED; ENTER 'YES' TO CONTINUE
DKKNLD410E CTLR raddr LOAD FAILED: PAGING I/O ERROR
DHKNLE003E INVALID OPTION - option
DSKNLE006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - raddr
DKKNLE021E RADDR HISSING OR INVALID
D!KNLE040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DHKNLE046E CTLR raddr OFFLINE
DMKNLE140E CTLR raddr ATTACHED TC userid
DKKNLE143E CTLR 'raddr' IN USE BY SYSTEM
DKKNLE460E CTRL raddr DUKP FAILED: PROGRA! CHECK
DKKNLE461R CTRL raddr IPL NOi REQUIRED; ENTER 'YES' TO CONTINUE
DMKNLE4641 CTRL raddr CC "" 3; DEPRESS 370X "LOAD" BOTTON
DHKNLE469E CTRL raddr DUHP FAILED; TEHP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
D!KNLE410E CTRL raddr DUHP FAILED: PAGING I/O ERROR
DHKNLE411E CTRL raddr DUHP FAILED: UNRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR
NOT READY
DHKCPB006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
DMKCPB022E VADDR KISSING OR INVALID
DHKCPB040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
ORDER
DHKCSU003E
DMKCSU006E
DHKCSU008E
DHKCSU026E
DKKCSU021E
DKKCSU028E
DHKCSU035E
DHKCSU042E
PURGE
DHKCSU003E
DMKCSU006E
DHKCSU008E
DHKCSU026E
DMKCSU028E
DMKCSU035E
DKKCSU042E
DKKTCS240E
DHKTCS241E
QUERY
DKKCFC026E
DHKCQG020E
DHKCQG022E
DHKCQG021E
DKKCQG040E
DHKCQG042E
DKKCQG045E
DMKCQP003E
DHKCQP006E
DHKCQP020E
DHKCQP021E
DHKCQP022E
DHKCQP040E
DKKCQP045E
DKKCQP4661
DKKCQR003E
DHKCQR020E
DKKCQR026E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID SPOOLID -spoolid
OPERAND HISSING OF INVALID
SPOOLID MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
DEVICE TYPE MISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID SPOOLID -spoolid
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
DEVICE TYPE HISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
PRT cuu, FCB-FORKS MISHATCH, FILEID nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
PRT cuu, INVALID LOAD MODULE •••• SPECIFIED,
FILE nnnn {HELtIPURGED}
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
USERID HISSING OR INVALID
VADDR HISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
USERID HISSING OR INVALID
RADDR KISSING OR INVALID
VAD1lR KISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
CTLR cuu IN BUFFER SLOWDOWN HODE
INVALID OPTION - option
USERID HISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
Appendix A. Com.and-to-Hessage Cross-Reference

221

DMK
QUERY (continued)
DMKCQR028E CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCQR045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DMKCQY020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCQY026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCQY045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
QVM
DMKQVM020E
DMKQVM800E
DMKQVM801E
DMKQVM802E
DMKQVM803E
DMKQVM806E
DMKQVM807E
DMKQVM809E

USERID MISSING OR
COMMAND REJECTED,
FREE STORAGE PAGE
COMMAND REJECTED,
COMMAND REJECTED,
COMMAND REJECTED,
COMMAND REJECTED,
COMMAND REJECTED,

INVALID
CTHER VIRTUAL MACHINES LOGGED ON
IS NOT AVAILABLE
DEVICES NOT DEDICATED
SPOCL DEVICES NOT DRAINED
VIRTUAL ADDRESS NOT EQUAL TO REAL ADDRESS
VM/370 ATTACHED PROCESSOR MODE
TRACE/ADSTOP IN EFFECT

READY
DMKCPB022E VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCPB040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DMKCPV006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
REPEAT
DKKCS0003E
DKKCS0006E
DMKCS0013E
DMKCS0021E
DMKCS0030E
DMKCS0040E
DMKCS0046E
DMKCS0140E
DMKCS0141E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPERAND - operand
RADDR KISSING OR INVALID
COPIES MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr NOT ACTIVE

RESET
DMKCPB022E VADDR KISSING OR INVALID
DKKCPB040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
REWIND
DMKCPB006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
DKKCPB022E VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OMKCPB040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
SAVESYS
DMKCFH026E
DKKCFH044E
DKKCFH170E
DKKCFH171E
DMKCFH172E
DMKCFH173E
D!KCFH179E
DMKCFH300E
DKKCFH435E
DMKCFH436E

OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
SYSTEM name DOES NOT EXIST
SYSTEM name EXCEEDS STORAGE
SYSTEM name VOLID volid NOT MOUNTED
SYSTEM naae DASD vaddr INCOMPATIBLE SYSRES
SYSTEM naae REQUIRES DASD vaddr
SYSTEM name VOLID volid NOT CP OWNED
S~VE REQUEST BEYOND VIRTUAL MACHINE SIZE
PAGING ERROR iRITING SAVED SYSTEM
INTERRUPT PENDING. TO PROCEED, TYPE YES. TO END, TYPE NO.

SET
DMKCF0003E
DMKCF0006E
DMKCFOO13E
DMKCF0020E
DMKCF0021E
DMKCF0026E
DMKCF0040E
DMKCF0041E
DMKCF0045E
DMKCF0046E
DHKCF0140E
DMKCF0143E
DMKCF0175E
DMKCF0184E
DMKCF0186E
DMKCF0188E
DMKCF0250E
DMKCF0255W
222

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
LOGMSG nn DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
type raddr OFFLINE
tvpe raddr ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
{FAVOREDIRESERVE} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
VM ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE {ON PROCESSOR proc addr}
CP ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE
SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
370E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
370E FEATURE NOW DISABLED

IBH VM/370 System Messaqes

DrtK
SET (continued)
DSKCFS003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKCFS006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
DMKCFS026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCFS045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DMKCFS046E DEV type raddr OFFLINE
DMKCFS052E ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
DMKCFS053E userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
DMKCFS140E type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
DKKCFS183E VM ASSIST NOT ACTIVE
DMKCFS184E VM ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE
DMKCFS187E TIMER ASSIST HOT AVAILABLE
DKKCFS188E SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
DKKCFS189E AFFINITY NOT SET; SYSTEK IN UNIPROCESSOR MODE
DMKCFS190I NO AFFINITY SE~ IN THE DIRECTORY
DMKCFS250E 370E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
DKKCFS251E 370EIS NOT ACiIVE
DKKCFV062E ECMODE NOT SET ON
DKKCFV063E SHADOW TABLE BYPASS; NOT SET
DMKCFV080E NO PREALLOCATED VMSAVE AREA
DMKCFV082E MORE THAN ONE VMS AVE AREA ALLOCATED; MUST SPECIFY AREA NAME
DMKMCH003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKKCH026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DMKMSG003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKVAT064E SHADOW TABLE BYPASS; RESET
SHUTDOWN
None.
SLEEP
DMKCFC002E INVALID OPERANt - operand
SMSG
DMKMSG002E USERlt KISSING OR INVALID
DKKMSG045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DMKMSG057W userid NOT RECEIVING; {DISCONNECTEDISMSG OFFINOT AUTHORIZEDIWNG OFF}
SPACE
DMKCS0006E
DMKCS0021E
DMKCS0040E
DMKCS0046E
DMKCS0140E

INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid

D!KCS0141E type raddr NC! ACTIVE

D!KSPS026E
DMKSPS028E
DMKSPS037E
DMKSPS026E
DMKSPS028E
DMKSPS037E
DMKSPS426E
DMKSPS428E
DHKSPT002E
DMKSPT003E
DMKSPT006E
DMKSPT008E
DHKSPT021E
DMKSPT040E
DMKSPT046E
DMKSPT140E
DHKSPT143E

OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
TAPE raddr INVALID FOR STORAGE COMMAND
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
TAPE raddr INVALID FOR STORAGE COMMAND
{RDRITAPE} raddr SPOOL SPACE FULL; FILE PURGED
{PRTIPUNIRDRITAPE} raddr SPOOL ERROR; FILE {HELDIPURGED}
INVALID OPERANt - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID SPOOLIt - spoolid
RADDR KISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
{DEV ridltype raddr} OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM

SPl'IODE
DHKSPM026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DHKSPM804E SINGLE PROCESSOR !CDE ON REJECTED
DMKSPK805E SINGLE PROCESSOR !CDE OFF REJECTED
IH!K-SP~s-QSI SINGLE -PROCES-5OR f!QDE ACTIVE

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223

DMK
SPOOL
DMKCSP003E
DHKCSP006E
DHKCSP007E
DHKCSP013E
DHKCSP020E
DMKCSP022E
DMKCSP026E
DMKCSP028E
DMKCSP030E
DMKCSP040E
DHKCSP053E
DMKCSP243E
DMKCSP245E
DMKCSP246E
DMKCSP253E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID USERID - userid
CONFLICTING OPERAND - operand
USERlt MISSING OR INVALID
VADDR HISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
CLASS HISSING OR INVALID
COPIES HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
FLASH MISSING OR INVALID
CHARS MISSING OR INVALID
FCB HISSING OR INVALID
MODIFY HISSING OR INVALID

SPTAPE
DMKSPSOlijE TAPE raddr DUHP TAPE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
START
DMKCS0003E
DMKCS0006E
DHKCS0013E
DMKCS0021E
DMKCS0028E
DHKCS0040E
DMKCS0046E
DMKCS0140E
DMKCS0243E
DHKCS0245E
DMKCS0246E
DMKCS0253E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPERAND - operand
RADDR HISSING OR INVALID
CLASS HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
FLASH HISSING OR INVALID
CHARS HISSING OR INVALID
FCB HISSING OR INVALID
MODIFY MISSING OR INVALID

STCP
DHKCDS004S
DHKCDS005E
DHKCDS026E
DMKCDS033E
DMKCDS160E
D!KCDS162E
DMKCDS166E
DHKVMA161E

INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID HEXDATA - hexdata
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC HISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE
INVALID EeR x - hexdata
CHANGED SHAREt PAGE NOT WRITTEN TO AUXILIARY STORAGE
SHARED PAGE hexloc ALTERED BY userid

STORE
DMKCDS004S
DMKCDS005E
DMKCDS010E
DMKCDS012E
DMKCDS026E
DHKCDS033E
DHKCDS160E
DHKCDS162E
DMKCDS163E
DMKCDS164E
DMKCDS166E
DHKVMA181E

INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID HEXDATA - hexdata
INVALID REGISTER - register
INVALID PSW - psw
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC HISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE
INVALID ECR x - hexdata
STORE EXCEEDS MAXIMUM REGISTER
HEXLOC hexloc NON-ADDRESSABLE STORAGE
CHANGED SHARED PAGE NOT WRITTEN TO AUXILIARY STORAGE
SHARED SYSTEH name REPLACED WITH NON-SHARED COPY

SYSTEM
DHKCPB012E INVALID PSW - psw
DHKCPB026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
TAG
DMKCST003E
DMKCST006E
DHKCST022E
DMKCST026E
DMKCST027E
DMKCST040E
DMKCST042E
DMKCST424E

224

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
RDR FILE SPOOL ERROR; FILE UNCHANGED

IBM VM/370 System Messages

TERMINAL
DMKCFT002E INVALID OPERAND - operand
DMKCFT006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
DMKCFT026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
TRACE
DHKTRA002E
DMKTRA003E
DMKTRA013E
DMKTRA026E
DMKTRA180E
D~KVMA181E

INVALID OPERANt - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
CONFLICTING OPERAND - operand
OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
TRACE NOT IN EFFECT

SHARED SYSTEM name BEPLACED WITH NON-SHARED COPY

TRANSFER

DMKCSU003E
DMKCSU007E
DMKCSU008E
DMKCSU020E
DMKCSU026E
DMKCSU027E
DMKCSU028E
DMKCSU042E
DMKCSU053E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID USERID - userid
INVALID SPOOLID - spoolid
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY

UNLOCK
DKKCPV004S
DMKCPV009E
DMKCPV020E
DMKCPV033E
DMKCPV045E
DMKCPV160E
DMKCPV1651
DMKCPV176E
DKKCPV202E
DMKCPV203E
DMKCPV204E

INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID RANGE - range
USEFID MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT LOGGED ON
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE
PAGE 'hexloc' NOT LOCKED; SHARED PAGE
VIRTUAL = REAL AREA IN USE BY {USERIDISYSTEK}
VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; INSUFFICIENT STORAGE
V=R AREA REQUIRES IPL BY DEVICE ADDRESS
INVALID PAGES(S) SPECIFIED r V=R AREA

VARY
DMKCPS003E
DMKCPS021E
DMKCPS026E
DMKCPS040E
DMKCPS049E
DMKCPS123E
DMKCPS124E
DMKCPS140E
DMKCPS142E
DMKCPS143E
DMKCPS192E
DMKCPU021E
DMKCPU191E
DMKCPU192E
DMKCPU1931
DMKCPU194I
DKKCPU623I

INVALID OPTION - option
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr IN USE
DASD raddr CP OWNED
DASD raddr IN USE BY nnn USERS
tvpe raddr ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr NOT DRAINED
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
VARY PROCESSOR CCEKAND FAILED
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
PROCESSOR nn DOES NOT EXIST
VARY PROCESSOR CCMMAND FAILED
PROCESSOR nn ONLINE
PROCESSOR nn OFFLINE
CHANNEL SET CONNECTED TO PROCESSOR nn

VMDUMP
DMKVMD009E
DMKVMDO 13E
DMKVMD020E
DMKVMD033E
DMKVMD038E
DKKVMD053E
DMKVMD146I
DKKVMD160E

INVALID RANGE - range
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
PARAMETER paremeter FOR option OPTION MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
DUMP FAILED; SPOOLING ERROR
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

iNG
DMKMSG003E
DMKMSG020E
DMKMSG045E
DMKMSG057i

INVALID OPTION - option
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT LOGGED ON
userid NOT RECEIVING; {DISCONNECTEDIMSG OFFliNG OFF}

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DHK

*

None.

CP Spontaneous Messaqes
D"KRNH4541 DEV rid DISABlED
DMKRNH4621 CTLR 'raddr' UNIT CBECK; IPL REQUIRED
DMKRNB4631 CTLR 'raddr' UNIT CBECK; RESTART IN PROGRESS
DKKRNB4641 CTLR 'raddr' CC=3; DEPRESS 370X "LOAD" BUTTON
DMKRNB4651 LINE TRACE TERMINATED DUE TO ERROR

226

IB" V"/370 system Messages

DMS

eMS Message Summary
ACCESS
DMSACC002E
DMSACC003E
DHSACC017E
DMSACC048E
DMSACC059E
DMSACC060E
DMSACC070E
DMSACC109S
DMSACCl12S
DMSACCl13S
DMSACC240S
DMSACC230W
DMSACC7231
DMSACC7241
DMSACC7251
DMSACC7261

FILE 'DMSROS TEXT' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS 'cuu'
INVALID MODE 'mode'
'cuu' ALREADY ACCESSED AS READ/WRITE 'mode' DISK
FILE(S) 'fn [ft [fm]]' NOT FOUND. DISK 'mode(cuu)' WILL NOT BE ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
'mode (cuu) , DEVICE ERROR
'mode (cuu) , NOT ATTACHED
ERROR LOADING READ OS ROUTINE 'DMSROS TEXT'
os DISK-FIL!!t AND/OR OPTIONS SPECIFIED ARE IGNORED
mode (cuu) {R/OI R/W} [-OS I-DOS]
'cuu 'REPLACES 'mode (cuu) ,
cuu ALSO = 'mode' [-OSI-DOS] DISK
'cuu mode [/ext]' RELEASED

AMSERV
DMSAMS001E
DMSAMS002E
DMSAMS003E
DMSAMS006E
DMSAMS007E
DMSAMS065E
DMSAMS066E
DHSAMS070E
DMSAMS109S
DMSAMS113S
DMSAMS136S
DMSAMS228E
DMSAMS367R
DMSAMS722I
DMSSTT062E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fnamel AHSEFV' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED FOR 'fname2 LISTING'
FILE 'fnamel AMSERV fm' NOT FIXED, 80-CHAR. RECORDS
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
{TAPINITAPOUT} (addr) NOT ATTACHED
UNABLE TO LOAD 'IDCAMS'
NO DDNAME ENTERED
ENTER TAPE {INPUTIOUTPUT} DDNAMES:
FILE 'fname2 LISTING fm' WILL HOLD AMSERV OUTPUT
INVALID CHARACTER 'char' IN FILEID {'fnamel AMSERV' I Ifname2 LISTING'}

ASM3705
DMSARN001E
DMSARN002E
DMSARN003E
DMSARN004W
DMSARN006E
DMSARN007E
DMSARN008W
DMSARN012W
DMSARN016W
DMSARX001E
DMSARX002E
DHSARX003E
DMSARX006E
DMSARX007E
DMSARX038E
DMSARX052E
DMSARX070E
DMSARX074E
DMSARX075E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FCUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
WARNING MESSAGES ISSUED
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NCT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
SEVERE ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
TERMINAL ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ASM3705' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ASM3705' IS NOT FIXED, 80-CHAR. RECORDS
PILEID CONFLICT FCR DDNAME 'ASM3705'
MORE THAN 100 CHARS. OF OPTIONS SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR SETTING/RESETTING AUXILIARY DIRECTORY
DEVICE 'device' INVALID FOR INPUT

ASSEMBLE
DMSASH001E
DMSASM002E
DMSASM003E
DMSASM006E
DMSASH007E
DMSASM038E
DMSASM052E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
PILE 'fn ASSEMBLE' NOT POUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ASSEMBLE' IS NOT FIXED, 80-CHAR. RECORDS
FILEID CONFLICT POR DDNAME 'ASSEMBLE'
MORE THAN 100 CHARS. OF OPTIONS SPECIFIED
D~SAS1l070E INVALID PARAI'JETER 'paralleter'
DMSASM074E ERROR [RE]SETTING AUXILIARY DIRECTORY
DMSASM075E DEVICE 'device' INVALID FOR INPUT

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ASSGN
DMSASN003E
DMSASN027E
DMSASN028E
DMSASN029E
DMSASN035E
DMSASN050E
DMSASN065E
DMSASN066E
DMSASN069E
DMSASN070E
DMSASN087E
DMSASN090E
DMSASN099E
DMSASN113S

INVALID OPTION 'option'
INVALID DEVICE 'device'
NO LOGICAL UNIT SPECIFIED
INVALID PARABETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
INVALID TAPE MODE
PARAMETER MISSING AFTER SYSxxx
• option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
• option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER • parameter'
INVALID ASSIGNBENT OF 'SYSxxx' TO DEVICE 'device'
INVALID DEVICE CLASS 'device class' FOR 'device'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONBENT NOT ACTIVE
• {TAPnlmodeIREADERIPUNCHIPRINTER} (cuu)' NOT ATTACHED

CMSBATCH
DMSBTB100E
DMSBTB101E
DMSBTP105E
DMSBTP106E
DMSBTP107E
DMSBTP108E
DMSBTP109E

NO BATCH PROCESSOR AVAILABLE
BATCH NOT LOADED
NO JOB CARD PROVIDED
JOB CARD FORMAT INVALID
CP/CBS COMMAND ·co •• and, (device)' NOT ALLOWED
/SET CARD FORBAT INVALID
{CPUIPRINTERIPUNCH} LIMIT EXCEEDED

COMPARE
DMSCMP002E FILE 'fn (ft [fm])' NCT FOUND
DMSC~P003E INVALID OPTION 'option'
DMSCMP005E NO 'option' COLUBN SPECIFIED
DMSCftP009E COLUBN 'col' EXCEEDS RECORD LENGTH
DMSCMF010E PREMATURE EOF ON FILE ('fn ft [fa']]
DMSCMP011E CONFLICTING FILE FORBATS
DMSCMP019E IDENTICAL FILEIDS
DMSCMP029E INVALID PARAMETER • parameter' IN THE option 'COL' FIELD
DMSCHP05QE INCOMPLETE FILEID ['fn fft]·] SPECIFIED
DMSCMP062E INVALID * IN FILEID
DBSCMP10QS ERROR 'nn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
DMSCMP109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DMSCMP1791 COMPARING 'fn ft fm' WITH 'fn ft fa'
DMSCMP209W FILES DO NOT CCMPARE
D~SCMP211E COLU~N FIELDS OUT OF SEQUENCE
COpy
DMSCPY002E
DMSCPY003E
DMSCPY02QE
DMSCPY029E
DMSCPY030E
DMSCPY037E
DMSCPYOQ2E
DMSCPY048E
DMSCPY054E
DMSCPY062E
DMSCPY063E
DMSCPY064E
DMSCPY065E
DMSCPY066E
DMSCPY067E
DMSCPY068E
D~SCPY069E

DMSCPY101S
DMSCPY102S
DMSCPY103S
DMSCPY156E
DMSCPY157E
DMSCPY172E
DMSCPY173E
DMSCPY601R
DMSCPY602R
DMSCPY721I
DMSCPY901T
DMSCPY903T
DMSCPY90QT
228

r INPUT I OVERLAY]

FILE[ (S) ] [. fn [ft (fll]]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft fll' ALREADY EXISTS, SPECIFY 'REPLACE'
INVALID PARAMETER • parameter' IN THE • option' OPTION FIELD
FILE 'fn ft f.' ALREADY ACTIVE
DISK • mode[ (cuu)]· IS .READ/ONLY
NO FILEIDf (S) ] SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'lIode'
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID CHAR '(=I*lchar]' IN FILEID '[fn ft fa]'
NO f {TRANSLATIONISPECIFICATION11 LIST ENTERED
INVALID [TRANSIATICN] SPECIFICATION AT OR NEAR ••••••••••
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
COMBINED INPUT FILES ILLEGAL iITH PACK OR UNPACK OPTIONS
INPUT FILE 'fn ft fa' NOT IN PACKED FORMAT
DISK MODE NOT ACCESSED
SPECS TEMP STRING STORAGE EXHAUSTED AT •••••••••
TOO MANY FILlIDS
NUMBER OF SPECS EXCEEDS MAX 20
'FROM nnn' NOi FOUND --FILE 'fn ft fm' HAS ONLY 'nnn' RECORDS
LABEL 'label' NOT FOUND IN FILE 'fn ft f.'
TOLABEL 'label' {EQUALSI IS AN INITIAL SUBSTRING OF} FRL1BEL 'label'
NO RECORDS WERE COPIED TO OUTPUT FILE 'fn ft fm'
ENTER SPECIFICATION LIST:
ENTER TRANSLATION LIST:
COpy 'fn ft fll' r {TOIAPPENDIOVLY} 'fn ft fm' {OLDINEW} FILE]
UNEXPECTED FRROR AT 'addr': PLIST 'plist' AT 'addr', BASE 'addr', Re 'nn'
IMPOSSIBLE PHASE CODE 'hh'
UNEXPECTED UNPACK EPBOR AT 'addr', BASE 'addr'

IBM VM/370 system Messaqes

DMS
CPEREP
DMSIFC002E
DMSIFC007E
DMSIFC023E
DMSIFC070E
DMSIFC104S
DMSIFC825E
DMSIFC826E
DMSIFC8281
DMSIFC829W
DMSIFC831E
DMSREA830E
DMSIFC832S

FILE 'fn ft [fm]' NCT FOUND
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
NO FILETYPE SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
CLEAR IS VALID ONLY WHEN SPECIFIED BY ITSELF
EREP TXTLIBS NOT FOUND
CPEREP ZERO OR CLEAR BAS BEEN COMPLETED
ATTEMPTED 'ZERO' WAS SUPPRESSED. REQUIRES PRIVILEDGE CLASS F
MORE THAN 100 CHARS. OF OPTIONS SPECIFIED
I/O ERROR READING A BLOCK OF RECORDS FROK THE ERROR RECORDING CYLINDERS
SOFTWARE INCOMPATIBILITY AT THE CPEREP-EREP INTERFACE. CODE=nnn

DEBUG
DMSDBG113S PRINTER (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
DMSDBG7281 DEBUG ENTERED (EXTERNAL INT I BREAKPOINT nn AT xxxxxx]
DISK
DMSDSK002E
DMSDSK014E
DMSDSK037E
DMSDSK047E
DMSDSK048E
DMSDSK054E
DMSDSK062E
DMSDSK070E
DMSDSK077E
DMSDSK078E
DMSDSK104S
DMSDSK105S
DMSDSK118S
DMSDSK124S
DMSDSK205W

FILE[ (S) ] [' fn eft [fm]]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
DISK 'mode[ (cuu)]' IS READ/ONLY
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID [' fn ft fm']
INVALID PARAMETER 'pa~ameter'
END CARD MISSING FROM INPUT DECK
INVALID CARD IN INPUT DECK
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
ERROR PUNCHING FILE
ERROR READING CARD FILE
READER EMPTY OR NOT READY

DLBL
DMSDLB001E
DMSDLB003E
DMSDLB005E
DMSDLB023E
DMSDLB048E
DMSDLB050E
DMSDLB065E
DMSDLB066E
DMSDLB070E
DMSDLB086E
DMSDLB109S
DMSDLB220R
DMSDLB221E
DMSDLB301E
DMSDLB302E
DMSDLB304E
DMSDLB305E
DMSDLB306E
DMSDLB307E
DMSDLB30BE
DMSDLB320I
DMSDLB321I
DMSDLB322I
DMSDLB323I
DMSDLB3241
DMSDLB330R
DMSDLB331R

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO '{CATIBUFSP}' SPECIFIED
NO FILETYPE SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'mode'
PARAMETER MISSING AFTER DDNAKE
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID DDNAME 'ddname'
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
ENTER DATA SET NAME:
INVALID DATA SET NAME
'SYSxxx' NOT ASSIGNED FOR DISK Ifm'
NO SYSXXX OPERAND SPECIFIED
INVALID OPERAND VALUE 'value'
INCOMPLETE EXTENT RANGE
SYSxxx NOT ASSIGNED FOR 'IGNORE'
CATALOG DDNAME 'ddname' NOT FOUND
'mode' DISK IN [NON-]CKS FORMAT: INVALID FOR (NON-]CMS DATASET
lAXIMUM NUMBER OF DISK ENTRIES RECORDED
!AXIMUK NUMBER OF EXTENTS RECORDED
DDNAME 'ddname' NOT FOUND: NO CLEAR EXECUTED
{KASTERIJOB} CATALOG DLBL CLEARED
NO USER DEFINED DLEL's IN EFFECT
ENTER 10LUME S1?ECIFICATIONS:
ENTER EXTENT SPECIFICATIONS:

DOSLIB
DMSDSL002E
DMSDSio03E
DKSDSL013W
DKSDSL014E
DMSDSL037E
DKSDSL046E
DMSDSL047E
DMSDSL069E

FILE 'fn DOSLIB' NOT FOUND
INVALID 6PTION 'option'
PHASE 'phase' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn DOSLIB fm'
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
NO LIBRARY NAME SPECIFIED
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
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229

DMS
DOSLIB (continued)
DMSDSL070E INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
DMSDSL098E NO PHASE NAME SPECIFIED
DMSDSL104S ERROR Inn' REAtING FILE 'fn DOSLIB f.' FROM DISK
DMSDSL10SS ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fll' ON DISK
DMSDSL213W LIBRARY 'fn DCSLIB fll' NOT CREATED
DOSLKED
DMSDLK001E
DMSDLK003E
DMSDLK006E
DMSDLK007E
DMSDLK070E
DMSDLK099E
DMSDLK104S
DMSDLK10SS
DMSDLK210E
nMsn1K245~

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
INVALID OPTION 'option'
Ne READ/WRITE tISR ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ft fll' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
LIBRARY 'fn ft' IS ON A READ-ONLY DISK
ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER

DSERV
DMSDSV003E
DMSDSV021W
DMSDSV022W
DMSDSV023W
DMSDSV024W
DMSDSV02SW
DMSDSV026W
DMSDSV027E
DMSDSV027W
DMSDSV028W
DMSDSV047E
DMSDSV06SE
DMSDSV066E
DMSDSV070E
DMSDSV09SE
DMSDSV099E
DMSDSV10SS
DMSDSV24SS

INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO TRANSIENT DIRECTORY
NO CORE IMAGE [IRECTORY
NO RELOCATABLE DIRECTORY
NO PROCEDURE tIRECTORY
NO SOURCE STATEMENT DIRECTORY
'phase' NOT IN LIERARY
INVALID DEVICE Inn'
NO PRIVATE CORE IMAGE LIBRARY
NO {PRIVATEISYSTEM} TRANSIENT DIRECTORY ENTRIES
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
CMS/DOS RHVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR 'nnw WRITING FILE 'DSERV MAP AS' ON DISK
ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER

EDIT
DMSEDI003E
DMSEDI024E
DMSEDI029E
DMSEDI044E
DMSEDIOS4E
DMSEDI076E
DMSEDI104S
DMSEDI10SS
DMSEDI117S
DMSEDI132S
DMSEDI143S
DMSEDI144S

INVALID OPTION !option!
FILE 'fn ft fm' ALREADY EXISTS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS ALLOWABLE MAXIMUM
INCOMPLETE FILEID ['fn [ftl'] SPECIFIED
ACTUAL RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS THAT SPECIFIED
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft f.' ON DISK
ERROR WRITING TO DISPLAY TERMINAL
FILE 'fn ft fll' TOO LARGE
UNABLE TO LOAD SAVED SYSTEM OR LOAD MODULE
REQUESTED FILE IS IN ACTIVE STATUS

ERASE
DMSERS002E
DMSERS003E
DMSERS037E
DMSERS048E
DMSERS054E
DMSERS069E
DMSERS070E
DMSERS071E
DMSERS109T

FILE(S)] ['fn (ft [fll]]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DISK 'llode (cuu) , IS READ/ONLY
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILEID ['fn [ft]'] SPECIFIED
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'paralleter'
ERASE * * [flll*] NOT ALLOWED
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED

ESERV
DMSERV001E
DMSERV002E
DMSERV006E
DMSERV021E
DMSERV037E
DMSERV070E
D~SERY099E

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IBM

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ESERV' NOT FOUND
NO READ/WRITE [ISR ACCESSED
INVALID DEVICE 'device' FOR SYSxxx
DISK '.ode' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID ARGUMENT 'argument'
C~S/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE

V~/370

system Messages

D!S
EXEC
D8SEXC001E NO FILENA8E SPECIFIED
D8SEXT072E ERROR IN EXEC FILE fn, LINE nnn - aessage
FETCH
D8SFCH016E
D8SFCH104S
D8SFCH109S
D8SFCHl13S
D8SFCH115E
D8SFCH411S
D8SFCH777S
D8SFET003E
DftSFETOQqE
D8SFET029E
D8SFET070E
D8SFET098E
D8SFET099E
D8SFET7101
D8SLI0055E
D8SLI07401

NO PRIVATE CORE 18AGE LIBRARY FOUND
ERROR 'nn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fa' FRO! DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DISK (cuu) NO~ ATTACHED
PHASE LOAD POINT LESS THAN 'address'
INPUT ERROR CODE Inn' ON {SYSRESISYSCLB}
DOS PARTITION TOO S8AIL TO ACC0880DATE FETCH REQUEST
INVALID OPTION 'option'
PHASE !phase! NOT FOUiD
INVALID PARA8ETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'ORIGIN' FIELD
INVALID PARAKETER 'parameter'
NO PHASE NA8E SPECIFIED
C8S/DOS ENVIRON8ENT NOT ACTIVE
PHASE 'phase' ENTRY peINT AT LOCATION xxxxxx
NO ENTRY POINT DEFINED
EXECUTION BEGINS •••

FILEDEF
DKSFLD003E
D8SFLD023E
DKSFLD027E
D8SFLD029E
D8SFLD035E
DHSFLD050E
D8SFLD065E
D8SFLD066E
D8SFLD069I
D8SFLD070E
DKSFLD220R
D8SFLD221E
D8SFLD224E
D8SFLD420E
DMSFLD704I
D8SSTT228I
D8SQRY324I

INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO FILETYPE SPECIFIED
INVALID DEVICE 'device name'
INVALID PARAKETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
INVALID TAPE 80DE
PARAMETER MISSING AFTER DDNA!E
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARA8ETER 'parameter'
ENTER DATA SET NA8E:
INVALID DATA SET NAKE 'data set name'
FILEID AlREADY IN USE
NSL EXIT FILENA8E 8ISSING OR INVALID
INVALID CLEAR REQUEST
USER LABELS BYPASSED ON DATA SET 'data set name'
NO USER DEFINEt FILEDEF's IN EFFECT

FORlUT
D!SFOR003E
D8SFOR005E
D8SFOR017E
DKSFOR028E
D8SFOR037E
D8SFOR048E
D8SFOR069E
D8SFOR070E
DKSFOR113S
D8SFOR114S
D8SFOR125S
DKSFOR114S
D8SFOR126S
D8SFOR214W
DKSF0R216E
D8SFOR603R
DIISF0R605R
D8SFOR705I
D8SFOR732I
D8SFOR732I
D8SFOR733I
GENDIRT
DKSGND002i
DKSGND021E
DKSGND022E
DKSGND070E

INVALID OPTION !option!
NO 'option' SPECIFIED
INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS 'cuu'
NO DEVICE SPECIFIED
DISK 'mode[ (cuu)]' IS READ/ONlY
INVALID 80DE 'mode'
DISK {'mode'I'cuu'} NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARA8ETER 'parameter'
{TAPn(eau)laode(euu)IREADERIPUNCHIPRINTER} NOT ATTACHED
'cau' IS AN UNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE
PERMANENT UNIT CHECK ON DISK 'mode(euu),
'cau' IS AN UNSUPPORTED DEVICE, OR REQUESTED BLKSIZE IS NOT
SUPPORTED FOR THE DEVICE
ERROR {READIWRIT}ING LABEL ON DISK 'mode(euu)'
CANNOT REC08PUTE WITHOUT LOSS OF DATA. NO CHANGE.
INSUFFICIENT BLOCKS ON DISK TO SUPPORT CKS DISK STRUCTURE
FORKAT WILL ERASE ALL FILES ON DISK 'mode(cau) '.
DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? (YESINO):
ENTER DISK LABEL:
DISK REKAINS UNCHANGED
'nnn' CYLINDERS FORMATTED ON DISK 'mode(cuu)'
'nnn' {CYLINDERSIFB-512 BLOCKS} FORMATTED ON DISK 'mode(eau)'
FOR8ATTING DISK 'mode'
FILE[ (S) ] [ ' fn [ft [fll ]]'] NOT FOUND
ENTRY POINT 'name' NOT FOUND
NO DIRECTORY NAME SPECIFIED
INVALID PARA8ETER 'parameter'

Appendix A. COlllland-to-Message Cross-Reference

231

DMS
GENMOD
DMSMOD003E
DMSMOD005E
DMSMOD021E
DMSMOD032E
DMSMOD037E
DMSMOD040E
DMSMOD070E
DMSMOD084E
DMSMOD105S
DMSSTT048E
DMSSTT069E

INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO '{FROHITO} ENTRY' SPECIFIED
ENTRY POINT 'name' NOT FOUND
INVALID FILETYPE 'ft'
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
NO FILES LOADED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID USE OF 'FRGM' AND 'TO' OPTIONS
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
INVALID HODE 'mode'
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED

GEN3705
DMSGRN002E
DMSGRN003E
DMSGRN007E
DMSGRN048E
DMSGRN054E
DMSGRN078E

FILE 'fn ft [fm)' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID CARD IN INPUT FILE '80 character card image'

GLOBAL
DHSGLB002W
DMSGLB014E
DHSGLB047E
DHSGLB108S

FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
MORE THAN 8 LIBRARIES SPECIFIED

HELP
DHSHLP002E
DMSHLP003E
DMSHLP104S
DMSHLP109S
DMSHLP250S
DMSHLP251E
DMSHLP252E
DHSHLP907T

INPUT FILE(S) 'fn ft fm' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft f.' FROM DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
I/O ERROR OR DEVICE ERROR
HELP PROCESSING ERROR CODE nn - 'description'
VALID OPTIONS ARE
DESC FORM PARM ALL
I/O ERROR ON FILE 'fn ft fm'

INCLUDE
DHSLGT0021
DMSLI0001E
DHSLlOO02E
DHSLI0003E
DMSLI0005E
DMSLI0021E
DHSLI0029E
DHSLlOO55E
DMSLI0056E
DMSLI0099E
DMSLI0104S
DMSLI0105S
DHSLI0109S
DHSLI0116S
DMSLI0168S
DHSLI0169S
DMSLI0201W
DHSLI0202W
DMSLI0203W
DMSLI0206W
DMSLI07401
DMSLI0907T

FILE 'fn TITLIB' NeT FOUND
NO FILENAME SPlCTFTED
FILE ['fn [ft [fm])'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO 'option' SPECIFIED
ENTRY POINT 'name' NOT FOUND
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
NO ENTRY POINT DEFINED
FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR 'nnw WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
LOADER TABLE OVERFLOW
PSEUDO REGISTER TABLE OVERFLOW
ESDlt TABLE OVERFleW
THE FOLLOWING NAMES ARE UNDEFINED:
DUPLICATE IDENTIFIER 'identifier'
"SET LOCATION COUNTER" NAME 'name' UNDEFINED
PSEUDO REGISTER ALIGNMENT ERROR
EXECUTION BEGINS •••
I/O ERROR ON FILE 'fn ft fm'

LABELDEF
DMSLBD003E
DMSLBD029E
DMSLBD065E
DMSLB0066E
OHSLBD070E
DMSLBD221E
DMSLB0324I
DMSLB0704I

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' and 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID DATA SET NAHE
NO USER DEFINEr lABELDEF's IN EFFECT
INVALID CLEAR REQUEST

232

IB~

=

VM/370 System Messages

OMS
LISTDS

DMSLDS002E DATA SET NOT FOUND
DMSLDS003E INVALID OPTION 'option'
DMSLDS048E INVALID MODE 'mode'
D~SLDS069E DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
DMSLDS220R ENTER DATA SET NAME:
DMSLDS221E INVALID DATA SET NAME
DMSLDS222E I/O ERROR READING 'data set name' FROM {'fm'IOSIDOS} DISK
DMSLDS223E NO FILEMODE SPECIFIED
DMSLDS226E NO DATA SET NAME ALLOWED WITH FREE OPTION
DMSLDS227W INVALID EXTENT FOUND FOB 'datasetname' ON {'fm'IOSIDOS} DISK
DMSLDS2291 NO MEMBERS FOUND
DMSLDS231E I/O ERROR READING VTOC FROM 'fm' DISK

DMSLDS233I NO FREE SPACE AVAILABLE ON !fm! DISK
LISTFILE
DMSLST002E
DMSLST003E
DMSLST037E
DMSLST048E
DMSLST066E
DMSLST069E
DMSLST070E
DMSLST105S

FILE NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DISK 'mode[ (cuu) J' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID MODE 'mode'
'option' and 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DISK {'mode' I'euu'} NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK

LISTIO
DMSLLU003E
DMSLLU006E
DnSLLU070E
DMSLLU099E
DMSLLU105s
DMSLLU303E

INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE 'A' DISK ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR 'nne WRITING FILE '$LISTIO EXEC Al' ON DISK
NO SYSXXX SATISFIES REQUEST

LKED
DMSLKD001E
DMSLKD002E
DMSLKD004W
DMSLKD005E
DMSLKD006E
DMSLKD007E
DMSLKD008W
DMSLKD012W
DMSLKD016W
DMSLKD070E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NeT FOUND
WARNING MESSAGES ISSUED
NO 'keyword' SPECIFIED
NO READ/WRITE tISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT FIXED, 80-CHAR. RECORDS
ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
SEVERE ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
TERMINAL ERROR ~ESSAGES ISSUED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'

LOAD
DMSLGT0021
DKSLI0001E
DKSLI0002E
DMSLI0003E
DKSLI0005E
DMSLI0021E
DMSLI0029E
DKSLI0055E
DMSLI0056E
DKSLI0099E
DMSLI0104S
DMSLI0105S
DMSLI0109S
DKSLIOl16S
DHSLI0168S
DMSLI0169S
DKSLI0201W
DMSLI0202W
DMSLI0203W
IH!SLI0206W
DMSL10740I
DMSLI0907T
DMSSTT062E

FILE Ifni TXTLIB NOT FOUND
NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE[ (S)] [' fn [ft rfm]]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO 'option' SPECIFIED
ENTRY POINT 'name' NOT FOUND
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
NO ENTRY POINT DEFINED
FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' READING FIIE'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
LOADER TABLE OVERFLOW
PSEUDO REGISTER TABLE OVERFLOW
ESDlt TABLE OVERFLOW
THE FOLLOWING NAMES ARE UNDEFINED:
DUPLICATE IDENTIFIER 'IDENTIFIER'
"SET LOCATION COUNTER" NAME 'name' UNDEFINED
PSEUDO REGISTER AIIGHMEBT ERROR
EXECUTION BEGINS •••
I/O ERROR ON FILE 'fn ft fm'
INVALID
IN FILEID

*

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233

D"S
LOAD"OD
D"S!OD001E
D!S!OD002E
D"SMOD032E
D"SMOD070E
DMSMOD104S
DMSMOD109S
DMSMOD114E
DMSMOD116S
D"SSLN002E
D"SSLN104E
DMSSTT048E

NO FILENA"E SP!CIFIED
FILE ['fn [ft]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID FILETYPE 'ft'
INVALID PARA!ETER 'parameter'
ERROR 'nn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fm' FRO" DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
'fn ft fm' NOT LOADED; C"S/DOS ENVIRONMENT [NOT] ACTIVE
LOADER TABLE OVERFLOW
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
ERROR 'nn' READING FILE 'fn ft f.' FROM DISK
INVALID MODE 'mode'

MACLIB
DMSLB"001E
D"SLBM002E
DMSLBM002W
D"SLBM003E
D"SLBM013W
D"SLB"014E
D"SLBM037E
DMSLBM046E
DHSLBM047E
DHSLBM056E
DMSLB"069E
D"SLBM070E
DMSLB!104S
D"SLBM105S
0!SLB"109S
D"SLB"157S
DHSLBM167S
DMSLBM213W
D"SLBM907T

NO FILENA"E SPECIFIED
FILE [' fn [ft]'] BCT FOUND
FILE 'fn ft [fa]' NCT FOUND
INVALID OPTIOB 'option'
"EMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
DISK 'mode[ (cuu)]' IS READ/ONLY
NO LIBRARY NA"! SPECIFIED
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft f.' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
DISK 'aode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'paraaeter'
ERROR 'nn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fa' FRO" DISK
ERROR 'nn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
!ACLIB LI"IT EXCEEDED [, LAST "E"BER NAME ADDED WAS 'meabernaae']
PREVIOUS "ACLIB FUBCTION NOT FINISHED
LIBRARY 'fn ft fa' NOT CREATED
I/O ERROR ON FILE 'fn ft fm'

"ODMAP
DMSMDP001E
DMSMDP002E
DMSMDP018E
DMSMDP070E

NO FILENAME SP!CIFIED
FILE ['fn [ft [fa]]'] NOT FOUND
NO LOAD MAP AVAILABLE
INVALID PARAMETER 'paraaeter'

MOVEFILE
DMSMVE002E
DMSMVE003E
DMSMVE037E
DMSMVE041E
DMSMVE069E
DHSMVE070E
DMSMVE075E
DMSMVE086E
DMSMVE127S
DMSHVE128S
DMSMVE129S
DMSMVE130S
D"SMVE2251
DMSMVE2261
DMSMVE7061
DMSMVE7081

FILE( (S) ][ 'fn [ft [fa]]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
OUTPUT DISK 'aode' IS READ/ONLY
INPUT AND OUTPUT FILES ARE THE SAME
OUTPUT DISK 'aode' IS NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
DEVICE 'device name' ILLEGAL FOR {INPUTIOUTPUT}
INVALID DDNAME 'aaname'
UNSUPPORTED DEVICE FOR 'ddnaae'
I/O ERROR ON INPUT AFTER READING 'nnnn' RECORDS: INPUT ERROR CODE code ON ddname
I/O ERROR ON OUTPUT WRITING RECORD NUMBER 'nnnn': OUTPUT ERROR code ON ddname
BLOCKSIZE ON V FORMAT FILE 'ddnaae' IS LESS THAN 9
PDS MEMBER 'ae.bernaae' MOVED
END OF PDS MOVE
TERM INPUT -- TYPE NULL LINE FOR END OF DATA
DISK FILE 'FILE ddname A1' ASSUMED FOR DDNAME 'ddna.e'

OPTION
DMSOPT070E INVALID PARAMETER 'paraaeter'
DMSOPT099E CMS/DOS ENVIRON"EIT NOT ACTIVE
PRELOAD
DMSPRE001E
DMSPRE002E
DHSPRE109S
DMSPRE183E
DMSPRE234E
DMSPBE235E
DMSPRE236E
DMSPRE237E
DMSPRE238E

234

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft fm' NCT FOUND
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
INVALID CONTROL FILE CONTROL CARD
ERROR IN LOAD LIST FILE 'fn ft fm' rNO INPUT]
ERROR 'n' IN INPUi TEXT FILE 'fn ft [fa]'
UNRESOLVED EXTERNAL REFERENCE(S) ENCOUNTERED
DUPLICATE EXTERNAL SYMBOL(S) ENCOUNTERED
PRELOADER PROCESSING ERROR

IBM V8/370 Systea MessagES

D!S
PRINT
DMSPRT002E
DMSPRT003E
DMSPRT008E
DMSPRT013E
DMSPRT029E
DMSPRT033E
DKSPRT039E
DMSPRT044E
DMSPRT048E
DMSPRTOS4E
DMSPRT062E
DMSPRT070E
DMSPRT104S
DMSPRTi23S

FILE 'fn ft f.' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DEVICE 'cuu' {INVALID OR NONEXISTENTIUNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
FILE 'fn ft f.' IS NOT A LIBRARY
NO ENTRIES IN LIBRARY 'fn ft f.'
RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS ALLOWABLE MAXIMUM
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FltEID
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR Inn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR inn' PRINTING FILE 'tn ft fm'

PSERV
DMSPRV003E
DMSPRV004E
DKSPRV006E
DMSPRV037E
DMSPRV070E
DKSPRV097E
DMSPRV098E
DMSPRV099E
DMSPRV10SS
DMSPRV113S
DMSPRV411S

INVALID OPTION 'option'
PROCEDURE 'procedure' NOT FOUND
NO READ/WRITE 'A' DISK ACCESSED
DISK 'A' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO 'SYSRES' V~LUME ACTIVE
NO PROCEDURE NAME SPECIFIED
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' TO DISK
DISK (cuu) NO~ ATTACHED
INPUT ERROR COtE Inn' ON 'SYSRES'

PUNCH
DMSPUN002E
DMSPUN003E
DMSPUN008E
DMSPUN013E
DMSPUN033E
DMSPUN039E
DMSPUN044E
DMSPUNOS4E
DMSPUN062E
DMSPUN104S
DMSPUN118S
DMSPUN12SS

FILE Ifni NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DEVICE 'cuu' {INVALID CR NONEXISTENTIUNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
KEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT A LIBRARY
NO ENTRIES IN LIBRIRY 'fn ft fml
RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS ALLOWABLE MAXIMUM
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID
ERROR Inn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR PUNCHING FILE 'fn ft fm'
ERROR Inn' PUNCHING FILE 'fn ft fm'

QUERY
DMSQRYOOSE
DMSQRY014E
DMSQRY026E
DMSQRY047E
DMSQRY070E
DMSQRY099E

NO 'option' SPECIFIED
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
INVALID PARAMETER eparameter' FOR 'fUnction' FUNCTION
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE

READCARD
DMSRDC008E
DMSRDC042E
DMSRDCOS4E
DMSRDC062E
DMSRDC069E
DMSRDC10SS
DMSRDC124S
DMSRDC20SW
DMSRDC7011

DEVICE 'ccu' {INVALID OR NONEXISTENT I UNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
NO FILEID SPECIFIED
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
ERROE Inn' READING CARD FILE
READER EMPTY CR NOT READY
NULL FILE
f)P!SROC7021 READ CONTP.Ol CARD IS ~ISSING. FOLLOWIllG ASSJMED:
DMSRDC7021 :READ ffn ft fmlREADCARD CMSUT1 A1}
DMSRDC7381 RECORD LENGTH IS 'nnn' BYTES

RELEASE
D1fSAREOT7E
DMSARE028E
DMSARE048E
DMSARE069E
DMSARE070E

IlfV7fLID DEVICE AD:CBESS f ccu'
NO DEVICE SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'mode'
DISK {'mode'I'ccu'} NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'

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235

DMS
RENAME
DMSRNM002E
DMSRNM003E
DMSRNM019E
DMSRNM024E
DMSRNM030E
DMSRNM037E
DMSRNM048E
DMSRNM051E
DMSRNM054E
DMSRNM062E

FILE[ (S) ][ 'fn [ft [fm J]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
IDENTICAL FILEIDS
FILE 'fn ft fm' ALREADY EXISTS rSPECIFY 'REPLACE']
FILE 'fn ft fm' AlREADY ACTIVE
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INVALID MODE CBANGE
INCOMPLETE FIlEID ['fn[ft]'] SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN OUTPUT FIlEID

RSERV
DMSRRV003EINVALID OPTION 'option'
DMSRRV004E MODULE 'module' NCT FOUND
DMSRRV006E NO READ/WRITE 'A' DISK ACCESSED
DMSRRV070E INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
DMSRRVC9:E NO 'SYSRES' VCIU~E !CTIVE
DMSRRV098E NO MODULE NAME SPECIFIED
DMSRRV099E eMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
DMSRRV105S ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fill! ON DISK
DMSRRVl13S DISK (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
DMSRRV411S INPUT ERROR CODE Inn' ON '{SYSRESISYSRLB1'
RUN
DMSRUN001E
DMSRUN002E
DMSRUN04BE
DMSRUN070E
DMSRUN999E
SAVENCP
DMSNCP001E
DMSNCP002E
DMSNCP003E
DMSNCP013E
DMSNCP021E
DMSNCP025E
DMSNCP045E
DMSNCP056E
DMSNCPOY9W
DMSNCP109S

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE ['fn [ft (fm]]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO eft] PROCESSOR FCUND
NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
ENTRY POINT 'symbol' NOT FOUND
INVALID DATA IN 370X CONTROL PROGRAM
UNSUPPORTED CeNTRCl PROGRAM TYPE
FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
GENERATION PARAMETERS INCOMPATIBLE WITH Vft/370
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED

SET
DMSLI0002I
DMSSET014E
DMSSET026E
DMSSET031E
DMSSET047E
DMSSET048E
DMSSET050E
DMSSET061E
DMSSET070E
DMSSET098W
DMSSET099E
DMSSET100W
DMSSET142S
DMSSET333E
DMSSET400S
DMSSET401S
DMSSET410S
DMSSET444E

FILE Ifni TITLIB NeT FOUND
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' FOR 'function' FUNCTION
LOADER TABLES CANNOT BE MODIFIED
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'mode'
PARAMETER MISSING AFTER {DDNAMEISYSxxxlfunctionl
NO TRANSLATION CHARACTER SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
CMS OS SIMULATION NOT AVAILABLE
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
SYSTEM NAME 'name' NOT AVAILABLE
SAVED SYSTEM NAME 'name' INVALID
nnnnnK PARTITION TOO LARGE FOR THIS VIRTUAL MACHINE
SYSTEM 'sysname' DeES NOT EXIST
VM SIZE (size) CANNOT EXCEED 'DMSDOS' START ADDRESS (address)
CONTROL PROGRAM EFROR INDICATION 'retcode'
VOLUME LABEL IS NOT A DOS SYSRES

SETKEY
DMSSSK070E
DMSSSK362E
DMSSSK363E
DMSSSK364E

INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID STORAGE PRCTECT KEY 'key'
INVALID STARTING ADDRESS 'startadr'
VM STORAGE NOT LARGE ENOUGH TO CONTAIN SYSTEM LOADING AT
startadr TO endadr
D~SSSK365E SYSTEM NAME NeT SPECIFIED
DMSSSK400S SYSTEM 'name' DOES NOT EXIST
DMSSSK410S CO~ROL PROGRA~ EEBCR INDICATION 'nnn'

236

IBM VM/37Q System Messages

D~S

SORT
DMSSRT002E
DKSSRT009E
DMSSRT019E
DMSSRT034E
DMSSRT037E
DMSSRTOS3E
DMSSRTOS4E
DMSSRT062E
DMSSRT063E
DMSSRT070E
DMSSRT104S
DMSSRT10SS
DMSSRT212E
DMSSRT604R

FILE ['fm [ft [fm]]'] NOT FOUND
COLUMN 'colt EXCEEtS RECORD LENGTH
IDENTICAL FILIIDS
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT FIXED LENGTH
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID SORT FIELD PAIR DEFINED
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID {=I*ICHAR.'char'} IN FILEID ['fn ft fmt]
NO LIST ENTERED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR 'nne READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF RECORDS EXCEEDED
ENTER SORT FIELDS:

SSERV
DMSSRV003E
DMSSRV004E
DMSSRV006E
DMSSRV070E
DMSSRV097E
DMSSRV098E
DMSSRV099E
DMSSRV10SS
DKSSRV113S
DHSSRV411S
DMSSRV194S

INVALID OPTION 'option'
BOOK 'subl.book' NOT FOUND
NO READ/WRITE 'A' DISK ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO 'SYSRES' VOLUME ACTIVE
NO BOOK NAME SPECIFIED
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fme ON DISK
DISK (cuu) NO! ATTACHED
INPUT ERROR CODE 'nnw ON '{SYSRESISYSSLB}'
BOOK 'subl.book' CONTAINS BAD RECORDS

START
DMSLI0021E ENTRY POINT 'name' NeT FOUND
DMSLIOOSSE NO ENTRY POINT DEFINED
DMSLI07401 EXECUTION BEGINS •••
STATE/STATEW
DMSSTT002E
DMSSTT048E
DMSSTTOS4E
DMSSTT062E
DMSSTT069E
DMSSTT070E
DMSSTT227I
DMSSTT228I
DMSSTT229E

!fn ft fm' NOT FOUND
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FIIEID SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID 'fn ft'
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
PROCESSING VOLUME 'no' IN DATA SET 'data set name'
USER LABELS BYPASSED ON DATA SET 'data set name'
UNSUPPORTED OS DATA SET, ERROR 'code'

SVCTRACE
DMSOVR014E
DMSOVR047E
DMSOVR104S
DMSOVR109S

INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
ERROR 'nn' READING FILE 'DMSOVR MODULE' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED

SYNONYM
DMSSYN002E
DMSSYN003E
DMSSYN007E
DMSSYN032E
DMSSYNOS6E
DMSSYN066E
DMSSYN104S
DMSSYN7111
DMSSYN712I

FILE 'fn ft fml NOT FCUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft fml NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
INVALID FILETYPE 'ft'
FILE 'fn ft fml CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
'STD' and I NOSTD' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
NO SYSTEM SYNONYMS IN EFFECT
NO SYNONYMS (DMSINA NOT IN NUCLEUS)

TAPE
DMSTPE002E FILE[ (S) ][ 'fn [ft [fm]]'] NOT FOUND
DMSTPE003E INVALID OPTION 'option'
DMSTPE010E PREMATURE EOF ON FILE ['fn ft [fm)')
D~STPEOlqE INVALID FUNCTION • function'
DMSTPE017E INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS 'cuu'
DMSTPE023E NO FILETYPE SPECIFIED
DMSTPE027E INVALID DEVICE 'device name'
DMSTPE029E INVALID PARAMETER 'paraaeter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
DMSTPE037E DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
DMSTPE042E NO FILEID[ (S) J SPECIFIED
Appendix A. Command-to-Message Cross-Reference

237

Dl'tS
TAPE (cont inued)
DMSTPE043E 'TAPn (cuu) , IS FILE PROTECTED
DMSTPE041E NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
DMSTPE048E INVALID "ODE 'mode'
DMSTPE051E INVALID RECORD FaRHAT
DMSTPE058E END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE
DMSTPE070E INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
DMSTPE096E FILE 'fn ft' DATA BLOCK COUNT INCORRECT
DMSTPE104S ERROR Inn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
DHSTPE105S ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
DMSTPEll0S ERROR READING 'TAPn (cuu)'
DMSTPElllS ERROR WRITING 'TAPn (cuu) ,
DMSTPEl13S TAPn (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
DMSTPE115S {CONVERSIONI {119)-TRACKI {80016250} BPIITRANSLATIONIDUAL DENSITn
FEATURE NOT SUFPORTED ON DEVICE 'cuu'
DMSTPE431E 'TAPn (cuu) , VOLl lABEL MISSING
DMSTPE7011 NULL FILE
TAPEMAC
DMSTMA001E
DMSTMA003E
DMSTMA051E
DMSTHA010E
DMSTHA105S
DMSTMA109S
DMSTHA110S
DMSTMA137S
DMSTHA138S
DMSTMA139S
DMSTMA420E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
INVALID OPTION 'option'
INVALID RECORD FORHAT
INVALID PARAMETER • parameter'
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
ERROR READING 'TAPn'
ERROR nn ON 'STATE' FOR fn ft
ERROR nn ERASING fn ft BEFORE LOADING TAPE
TAPE FILE EXCEEDS 9 CMS MACLIBS
NSL EXIT FILENAME MISSING OR INVALID

TAPPDS
DMS~PD003E

DMSTPD058E
DMSTPD105S
DMSTPD109S
DHSTPD110S
DMSTPD420E
DMSTPD7031
DMSTPD707I

INVALID OPTION 'option'
END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE
ERROR 'nn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm'
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
ERROR READING 'TAPn'
NSL EXIT FILENAME MISSING OR INVALID
FILE 'fn ft [fm]' COPIED
TEN FILES COPIED

TXTLIB
DMSLBT001E
DHSLBT002E
DHSLBT002W
DMSLBT003E
DMSLBT013E
DMSLBT014E
DMSLBT031E
DHSLBT046E
DMSLBT047E
DMSLBT056E
DMSLBT056W
DMSLBT069E
DMSLBT104S
DMSLBT105S
DMSLBT106S
DMSLBT213W

NO FILENAME SFECIFIED
FILE[ (S) ] [I fn [ft [fa]]'] NOT FOUND
FILE[ (S}]['fn [ft [fa]]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
NO LIBRARY NAME SPECIFIED
NO FUNCTION SFECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID [NAMEIALIASIENTRYIESD] RECORD FORMATS
FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS [{NAMEIALIASIENTRYIESD}] INVALID RECORD FORMATS
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
ERROR Inn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
NUMBER OF MEMBER NAMES EXCEEDS MAX 'nnnn'. FILE 'fn ft fm' NOT ADDED
LIBRARY 'fn ft fm' NOT CREATED

TYPE
DMSTYP002E
DMSTYP003E
DMSTYP005E
DMSTYP009E
DMSTYP013E
DMSTYP029E
DMSTYP033E
DMSTYP039E
DMSTYP049E
DMSTYP054E
DMSTYP062E
DMSTYP069E
DMSTYP104S

FILE 'fn ft fm' NOT FCUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO 'option' SPECIFIED
COLUMN 'col' EXCEEtS RECORD LENGTH
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' [IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD]
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT A LIBRARY
NO ENTRIES IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fa'
INVALID LINE NUMBER 'line number'
INCOMPLETE FIIEID SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID
DISK MODE NOT ACCESSED
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' PPOM DISK

238

IBM VM/310 System Messages

DKS
UPDATE
D!!SOPD001E NO FILEN1!!E SP!C!F!ED
DKSUPD002E FILE 'fn ft fa' NOT FOUND
DMSUPD003E INVALID OPTION 'option'
DMSUPD007E FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
D!SUPD010W PREMATURE EOF ON FILE 'fn ft fa'
D!SUPD024E FILE 'UPDATE C!SUT1 fa' ALREADY EXISTS
DftSUPD037E DISK 'A' IS READ/ONLY
D!SUPD048E INVALID !ODE 'aode'
D!SUPD065E • option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
D!SUPD066E • option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DMSUPD069E DISK 'A' NOT ACCESSED
DftSUPD070E INVALID PARA!ETER 'paraaeter'
DKSUPD104S ERROR 'nn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fa' FROM DISK
DMSUPD105S ERROR 'nn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft f.' ON DISK
DKSUPD174W SEQUENCE ERROR INTROIUCED IN OUTPUT FILE: •••••••••• TO ••••••••••
DKSUPD176W SEQUENCING OVERFLOW FCLLOWING SEQ NUMBER· ••••••••• •
DftSUPD1771 WARNING !ESSAGES ISSUED (SEVERITY = nn). ['REP' OPTION IGNORED]
DMSUPD1781 UPDATING ['fn ft fa'] WITH 'fn ft fa'
DftSUPD179E !ISSING OR DUPLICATE '!ACS' CIRD IN CONTROL FILE 'fn ft fa'
DMSUPD180W MISSING PTF FILE 'fn ft f.'
D!SUPD181E NO UPDATE FILES WERE FOUND
DKSUPD182i SEQUENCE INCRE!EN~ IS ZERO
DMSUPD183E INVALID {CONTROLIAUX} FILE CONTROL CARD
D!SUPD184W './ S' NOT FIRST CARD IN UPDATE FILE--IGNORED
D!SUPD185W INVALID CHAR IN SEQUENCE FIELD ••••••••••
DKSUPD186W SEQUENCE NUftBER •••••••••• NOT FOUND
D!SUPD187E OPTION 'STK' INVALID WITHOUT 'CTL'
DMSUPD207. INVALID UPDATE FILE CCNTROL CARD
DMSUPD210i INPUT FILE SEQUENCE ERROR I._ .. _~ __ ., TO , ••••••••••
DKSUPD299EINSUFFICIENT STORAGE TO COMPLETE UPDATE
DMSUPD300E INSUFFICIENT STORAGE TO BEGIN UPDATE
DKSUPD3041 UPDATE PROCESSING WILL BE DONE USING DISK
'lAP
D!SZAP001E
D!SZAP002E
DMSZAP002i
DMSZAP003E
DKSZAP007E
DKSZAP014E
DMSZAP047E
DKSZAP056E
DMSZAP070E
DKSZAP104S
DMSZAP190W
DHSZAP191W
DMSZAP192W
DMSZAP193W
DMSZAP194W
DMSZAP195W
DMSZAP200W
DMSZAP208E
DMSZAP210E
DMSZAP245S
DHSZAP246W
D!SZAP247W
D!SZ'P248W
DKSZAP7501
DMSZAP7511

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FCUND
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FCUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
INVALID FUNCTION • function'
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
INVALID PARA!ETER • parameter'
ERROR 'nn' READING FILE 'fn ft' FRO! DISK
INVALID CONTROL RECORD OR NO GO SWITCH SET
PATCH OVERLAPS-SFT NO GO SWITCH
ERROR-ODD NUMBER OF DIGITS-SET NO GO SWITCH
PRECEDING CONTBOL RECORD FLUSHED
CSECT NOT FOUND IN {!EMBER ·aembername·,MODULE 'modulenaae'} SET NO GO SWITCH
BASE VALUE INVALID-SET NO GO SWITCH
VERIFY REJECT-SET 10 GO SWITCH
FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT VARIABLE RECORD FORMAT
FILE 'fn ft' IS ON A READ/ONLY D1SK
ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER
NO LOADER TABLE PRESENT FOR !ODULE 'fn ft'-SET NO GO SWITCH
!EHBER 'name' NOT FCUND--SET NO GO SWITCH
INVALID VER/REP DISP--SET NO GO SWITCH
ZAP PROCESSING COMPLETE
!EMBER FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn'

eMS INITIALIZATION ROUTINE
D!SINS098W CKS OS SIMULA~ION NOT AVAILABLE
DHSINS100W CMSSEG SYSTE! lil!E I name', NOT AVAILABLE

Appendix A. Comaand-to-Kessage Cross-Reference

239

DMS
CMS/DOS CLOSE
DMSCLS043E
DMSCLS058E
DMSCLS088E
DMSCLS089E
DMSCLS113S
DMSCLS140S
DMKCLS4291

ROUTINE
TAPn IS FILE PROTECTED
END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE ON 'TAPn'
UNSUPPORTED DTF TYPE 'dtftype'
CLOSE ERROR CODE Inn' ON '{fnISYSxxxITAPn]'
'TAPn (cuu) , NOT ATTACHED
SEOV/FEOV MACRC NOT SUPPORTED
'TAPn (cuu) , EOT ON OUTPUT

CMS/DOS GENERATION PROCEDURE
DMSGEN006E NO READ/WRITE A-DISK ACCESSED
DHSGEN095E INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
DMSGEN110E CORRECT FORM IS: DOSGEN LOCATION SEGNAME
DMSGEN111E DOSGEN FAILED DUE TC LOAD ERRORS
DMSGEN141S DOSGEN FAILED DUE TO SAVESYS ERRORS
DMSGEN7151 DOSGEN COMPLETE
CMS/DOS OPEN LIBRARY ROUTINE
DMSOPL089E OPEN FREOR CODE '~n' ON SYSxxx
DMSOPL158E NO CMS/DOS PROCEDURE lIBRARY SUPPORT
CMS/DOS OPEN FOUTINE
DMSBOP037E DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
DMSBOP043E TAPn IS FILE PROTECTED
DMSBOP058E END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE ON 'TAPn'
DMSBOP069E DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
DMSBOP086W DLBL 'ddname' DUMMY INVALID FOR VSAM
DMSBOP088E UNSUPPORTED DTF TYPE 'dtftype'
DMSBOP089E OPEN ERROR CODE Inn' ON {fnISYSxxxITAPN]
DMSBOP113S {TAPnlmode (cuu)] NOT ATTACHED
DMSBOP302E NO SYSxxx OPERAND SPECIFIED
CMS/DOS OPEN ROUTINE (continued)
DMSBOP308E 'mode' DISK IN CMS FORMAT; INVALID FOR NON-CMS DATASET
DMSBOP400S SYSTEM 'sysname' DOES NOT EIIST
DMSBOP401S VM SIZE (size) CANNOT EICEED 'DMSDOS' START ADDRESS (address)
DMSBOP410S CONTROL PROGRAM ERROR INDICATION 'retcode'
DMSBOP413S STORAGE NOT INITIALIZED FOR VSAM PROCESSING
DMSBOP995E UNABLE TO OBTAIN FREE STORAGE FOR DMSBOP PROCESSING.
REDEFINE STORAGE SIZE
DMSBOP996E NO LOGIC MODULE POINTER IN DTF FOR 'filename'
CftS/DOS SVC HANDLER ROUTINE
DMSDOS004E PHASE 'phase' NOT FCUND
DMSDOS091E SAVEAREA ADDRESS IN PARTITION PIB NOT EQUIVALENT TO LTA SAVEAREA ADDRESS
DMSDOS092E STIlT SAVEAREA ADDRESS INVALID
DMSDOS093E MVCOM MACRO ATTEMPTING TO ALTER OTHER THAN POSITION 12-23 OF COMREG
DMSDOS094E FROM ADDRESS ON MVCOM HACRO INVALID
DMSDOS095E INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
DMSDOS096S UNSUPPORTED FUNCTICN IN A LIOCS ROUTINE
DSMDOS121S UNSUPPORTED SVC no. (HEI no.) CALLED FROM caller
DMSDOS140S {FEOVDISEOVIFEOV] MACRO NOT SUPPORTED
DMSDOS160S JOB CANCELED DUE TC PROGRAM REQUEST
DMSDOS401S VM SIZE (size) CANNOT EICEED 'DMSDOS' START ADDRESS (address)
DKSDOS413S STORAGE NOT INITIALIZED FOR VSAM PROCESSING

CMSIGEN PROCEDURE
DMSCMS006E NO READ/WRITE A-DISK ACCESSED
DKSCMS095E INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
DMSCMS110E CORRECT FORM IS: CMSXGEN LOCATION (SEGNAME)
DMSCMS111E CMSXGEN FAILED DUE TO LOAD ERRORS
DMSCMS141S CMSIGEN FAILED DUE TO SAVESYS ERRORS
DMSCMS412S CMSIGEN FAlLEr DUE TO SETKEY ERROR
DMSCMS7151 CMSXGEN COMPLETE
DUMP/JDUMP/PDUMP ROUTINE
DMSDMP020W INVALID PDUMP ADDRESS 'address' - NO DUMP OPERATION PERFORMED

240

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DMS
EXCP ROUTINE
DMSXCP037E
DMSXCP043E
DMSXCP104S
DMSXCP105S
DMSXCPl13S
DMSXCP411S
DMSXCP161S

OUTPUT DISK mode {cuu} IS READ/ONLY
TAPE (cuu) IS FILE FRCTECTED
ERROR Inn' REAtING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
'device (cuu) , NOT ATTACHED
{INPUTIOUTPUT} ERRCR CODE Inn' ON 'SYSxxx'
UNEXPECTED FRROR CODE Inn' ON 'SYSxxx'

OS OPEN AND CLOSE ROUTINE
DMSSOP036W UPDATE REQUESTED FOR READ-ONLY DISK
DMSSOP036E OPEN ERROR CODE Inn' ON 'ddname'
DMSSOP109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
OS I/O ROUTINES
DMSSEB4291 'TAPn (cuu) , EOT ON OUTPUT
SAVED SYSTEM ROUTINES
DHSVIB400S SYSTEM 'sysname l DCES NOT EXIST
DMSVIB401S VM SIZE (size) CANNOT EXCEED 'sysname' START ADDRESS (address)
DMSVIB410S CONTROL PROGRAM ERROR INDICATION 'retcode'
DMSVIB109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
TAPE LABEL PROCESSING ROUTINES
DMSTLB027E INVALID DEVICE 'device name'
DMSTLB043E 'TAPn (cuu) , IS FILE PROTECTED
DMSTLB058E END-OF-FILE or END-OF-TAPE [ON TAPn]
DMSTLBll0S ERROR READING 'TAPn [(cuu)']
DMSTLBlllS ERROR WRITING 'TAPn (cuu) ,
DMSTLB113S 'TAPn (cuu) , NOT ATTACHED
DMSTLB421E 'TAPn (cuu) , HDRl LABEL MISSING FOR 'filename'
DMSTLB422E 'TAPn (cuu) , POSITIONED WRONG FOR 'filename'
DMSTLB4231 'TAPn (cuu) , POSITION PARAMETER IGNORED.
OUTPUT FILE
WILL BE WRITTEN IMMEDIATELY AFTER NEW VOLl LABEL
DMSTLB424E 'TAPn (cuu) , NOT POSITIONED AT EOFl LABEL
DMSTLB425R 'TAPn (cuu) , BLOCK COUNT ERROR FOR 'filename'
ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'CANCEL'
DMSTLB426R 'TAPn (cuu) , UNEXPIRED FILE ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'ERROR'
DMSTLB4271 'TAPn (cuu) , EOVl LABEL READ
DMSTLB4281 'TAPn (cuu) , EOVl LABEL WRITTEN
DMSTLB430E 'TAPn (cuu) , LABELDEF INFORMATION MISSING FOR 'filename'
DMSTLB431E 'TAPn (cuu) , VOLl LABEL MISSING
DMSTLB432E 'TAPn (cuu) , VOLID volid DOES NOT MATCH LABELDEF VOLID FOR 'filename'
DMSTLB433R ENTER 'WRITE (volid)' OR 'REJECT'
DMSTLB434E 'TAPn (cuu) , INPUT LABEL CHECK ERROR FOR FIELD 'fieldname'
FILE 'filename'
DMSTLB435R ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'CANCEL'
DMSTLB4361 'TAPn (cuu) , MISSING USER STANDARD LABEL FOR 'ddname'
DMSTLB4371 'TAPn (cuu) , NSL ROUTINE RETURNED AN ERROR CODE 'nnnnnn' FOR 'filename'
VSAMGEN EXEC PROCEDURE
DMSVGN069E DISK 'A' NOT ACCESSED
DMSVGN360E INVALID RESPONSE 'response'
DMSVGN3601 CMS/VSAM TEXT FILES CREATED ON DISK 'A'
DMSVGN360R ENTER EITHER 'INSTALL' OR 'UPDATE':
DMSVGN361E DISK 'mode' IS NOT A {CMSIDOS} DISK
DMSVGN3611 CREATING CMS TEXT FILES •••
DMSVGN361R ENTER EITHER 'DOS' OR 'OS':
DMSVGN3621 LINK EDITING sysname
DMSVGN362R ENTER MODE OF tOs SYSTEM RELOCATABLE LIBRARY DISK:
DMSVGN3631 sysname DOSLIE CREATED ON DISK 'A'
DMSVGN363R ENTER LOCATION WHERE sysname WILL BE LOADED AND SAVED:
DMSVGN364I FETCHING sysname •••
DHSVGN364R ENTER 'CMSVSAM' OR 'CMSAMS' OR 'BOTH' FOR GENERATION OF NEW SYSTEM(S):
DHSVGN3651 SYSTEM sysname SAVED
DMSVGN365R ENTER MODULE NAME (8 CHARS OR LESS) OR 'END':
DJISVGN366I STARTING TO READ PTF DECJ{S FROJ'!READEB•••
DMSVGN366R ENTER NAME OF SYSTEM TO BE SAVED:
DMSVGN3671 'modulename TEXT' WRITTEN ON DISK 'A'
DMSVGN3681 count NEW PTF DECKS WILL BE APPLIED
DMSVGN368R ERASE sysname DOSLIB? •• ENTER 'YES' OR 'NO':
DMSVGN369E INVALID _ RELEASE 31 OR LATER REQUIRED
DMSVGN369R ENTER RELEASE NUMBER OF DOS/VS STARTER SYSTEM:
Appendix A. Command-to-Message Cross-Reference

2~1

DftS
VSAftGEN EXEC PROCEDURE (continued)
DftSVGN380R ENTER 'TAPE' OR 'CARDS' FOR PTF APPLICATION:
DBSVGN381R ENTER 'SELECT' OR 'ALL' FOR TAPE PTF APPLICATION:
DftSVGN382R ENTER NUftBER OF TAPE FILES TO BE PROCESSED:
DftSVPD010E INVALID PARAftlTEF 'paraaeter'
DftSVPD105S ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE Ifn CftSUT1 Al' ON DISK
DKSVPD109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DKSVPDll0S ERROR READING TAP1 (181)
DftSVPDl13S TAPl (181) NO~ ATTICHED
DftSVPD3611 '.odulenaae TEXT' WRITTEN ON DISK 'I'
DKSVPD3681 count NEV PTF tECRS WILL BE APPLIED
DftSVPD383R APPLY 'fnl ? ••• ENTER 'NO' OR EOB:
VSAB INTERFACE (OS USER)
DKSVIP109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DKSVIP230E NO. OF VSAft EXIT ROUTINES HAS EXCEEDED BAX OF 128 - UNABLE TO CONTINUE

242

IBft VK/310 syste. Kessages

DMT

RSCS Message Summary

DKTREXOOOI
DMTCMX001I
DMTREX0021
DKTCKX003I
DKTNPT070E
DKTSML070E
DKTREX080E
DKTREX090T
DKTREX091T

RSCS
FREE
LINK
LINK

(VER v, LEV 1, mm/dd/yy) READY
STORAGE = nn PAGES
linkid DEACTIVATED
linkid EXECUTING: (command line text)
1/0 ERROR cuu SIOCC cc CSW csw SENSE sense CCW ccw
1/0 ERROR cUU SIOCC cc CSW csw SENSE sense CCW ccw
PROGRAM CHECK -- LINK linkid DEACTIVATED
PROGRAM CHECK IN SUPERVISOR -- RSCS SHUTDOWN
INITIALIZATION FAILURE -- RSCS SHUTDOWN
D~TAXS101I PILE spoolid ENQUEUED ON LINK linkid
DMTAXS1021 FILE spoolid PENDING FOR LINK linkid

DMTAXS103E
DKTAXS1041
DKTAXS105I
DKTAXS1061
DMTAXS1071
DMTAXS108E
DMTNPT108E
DMTSML108E
DMTNPT141I
DMTSKL141I

FILE spoolid REJECTED -- INVALID DESTINATION ADDRESS
FILE SPOOLED TO userid2 -- ORG locid1 (name1) mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss
FILE spoolid PURGED
FILE spoolid MISSING -- DEQUEUED FROM LINK linkid
nn PENDING FILES FOR lINK linkid MISSING
SYSTEM ERROR READING SPOOL FILE spoolid
SYSTEM ERROR READING SPOOL FILE spoolid
SYSTEM ERROR BEADING SPOOL FILE spoolid
LINE vaddr READY FCR CONNECTION TO LINK linkid
LINE vaddr READY FCR CONNECTION TO LINK linkid

DMTNPT1421
DHTSHL142I
DMTNPT1431
DMTSML1431
DKTNPT1441
DMTSML1441
DKTNPT145I
DMTSML1451
DMTNPT1461
DKTSML1461

LINK linkid LINE vaddr CONNECTED
LINK linkid LINE vaddr CONNECTED
LINK linkid LINE vaddr DISCONNECTED
LINK linkid LINE vaddr DISCONNECTED
RECEIVING: FILE FROM locid1 (naae1) FOR locid2 (userid2)
RECEIVING: FILE FROK locid1 (name1) FOR locid2 (userid2)
RECEIVED: FILE FROM locid1 (name1) FOR locid2 (userid2)
RECEIVED: FILE FROM locid1 (name1) FOR locid2 (userid2)
SENDING: FILE spoolid ON LINK linkid, REC nnnnnn
SENDING: FILE spoolid ON LINK linkid, REC nnnnnn

DMTNPT1471
DMTSML1471
DMTNPT1491
DMTSML1491
DMTNPT160I
DMTSML1601
DMTNPT170I
DKTSML 1701

SENT: FILE spoolid eN LINK linkid
SENT: FILE spoolid ON LINK linkid
LINK linkid LINE ACTIVITY: TOT= mmmi ERRS= nnni TROUTS= ppp
LINK linkid LINE ACTIVITY: TOT= mmmi ERRS= nnni TROUTS= ppp
LINE vaddr DISABLED FOR linkid
LINE vaddr DISABLED FOR linkid
FROM linkid: (KSG message text)
FROM linkid: (MSG message text)

DMTNPT190E
DMTSML190E
DMTNPT934E
DKTSKL934E
DMTSML935E
DKTNPT936E
DMTSML937E

INVALID SPOOL ELOCK FORMAT ON FILE spoolid
INVALID SPOOL ELOCK FORMAT ON FILE spoolid
ID CARD MISSING ON LINK linkid -- INPUT FILE PURGED
ID CARD MISSING ON LINK linkid -- INPUT FILE PURGED
LINK linkid IN RJE KODE -- PRINT FILE spoolid PURGED
NO REKOTE PUNCH AVAILABLE ON LINK lin kid -- FILE spoolid PURGED
DECOMPRESSION ERRCR ON linkid -- LINK DEACTIVATED

DKTCKX200I
DKTCMX201E
DMTCKX202E
DMTCHX203E
DKTCMX204E
DMTCKX205E
DKTCMX206E
IHfT£MX20'1fl
DKTCMX208E

RSCS
INVALID COKHANt command
INVALID LIIK link id
INVALID SPOOL FILE ID spoolid
INVALID KEYWORD keyword
CONFLICTING KEYWORD keyword
INVALID OPTION keyword option
CONFLIC~IlfG onION keyword aption
INVALID USER ID userid
D~TCMX3001 ACCEPTED BY TASK task
D"TCMX301E REJECTED BY TASK task -- PREVIOUS CO~ftAND ACTIVE
DKTC~X302E LINK linkid IS NOT DEFINED
DMTCMX303E LINK linkid IS NOT ACTIVE
DMTCMX304E REJECTED BY TASK task -- NOT RECEIVING
Appendix A. C ommand-to-Messaqe Cross-Reference

243

DMT
BACKSPAC
DMTNPT510I
DMTSML510I
DMTNPT511E
DMTSML511E

FILE spoolid BACKSPACED
FILE spoolid EACKSPACED
NO FILE ACTIVE ON LINK linkid
NO FILE ACTIVE ON LINK linkid

CHANGE
DMTAXS520I
DMTAXS521I
DMTAXS522I
DMTAXS523I
DMTAXs524E
DMTAXS525E
DMTAXS526E

FILE
FILE
PILE
LINK
PILE
PILE
PILE

spoolid CHANGED
spoolid HELD POR LINK linkid
spoolid RELEASED POR LINK linkid
linkid QUEUE REORDERED
spoolid ACTIVE -- NO ACTION TAKEN
spoolid IS POR LINK linkid -- NO ACTION TAKEN
spoolid NOT FOUND -- NO ACTION TAKEN

CMD
DMTSML530I COMMAND FORWARDED ON lINK linkid
DEPI NE
DMTCMX540I
DMTCHX541I
DMTCMX542E
DMTCMX543E
DMTCMX544E

NEW LINK lin kid DEFINED
LINK linkid REDEPINED
LINK linkid ACTIVE -- NOT REDEFINED
LINK linkid NOT DEFINED
LINK LIMIT REACHED
LINK linkid NOT DEFINED -- TYPE NOT SPECIPIED

DELETE
DKTCMX550I LINK linkid NOW DELETED
DMTCMX551E LINK linkid ACTIVE -- NOT DELETED
DMTCMX552E LINK linkid HAS A FILE QUEUE -- NOT DELETED
DISCONN
DMTCHX560I RSCS DISCONNECTING
DKTCMX561E USERID userid NOT RECEIVING
DRAIN
DMTNPT570I
DMTSML570I
DKTNPT571E
DKTSML571E

LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK

linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid

NOW SET
NOW SET
ALREADY
ALREADY

TO DEACTIVATE
TO DEACTIVATE
SET TO DEACTIVATE
SET TO DEACTIVATE

DMTNPT580I
DKTSML580I
DHTNPT581E
DMTSML581E

FILE
FILE
PILE
FILE

spoolid
spoolid
spoolid
spoolid

PROCESSING TERMINATED
PROCESSING TER1HNATED
NCT ACTIVE
NOT ACTIVE

FREE
DMTNPT590I
DMTSML590I
DMTNPT591 E
DMTSML5 91 E

LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK

linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid

RESUMING FILE TRANSPER
RESUMING FILE TRANSPER
NOT IN HOLD STATUS
NOT IN HOLD STATUS

FWDSPACE
DMTNPT511E
DMTSML511E
DMTNPT600I
DMTSML6001

NO FILE ACTIVE ON LINK linkid
NO PILE ACTIVE ON LINK linkid
FILE spoolid FCRWARD SPACED
PILE spoolid FORWARD SPACED

FLUSH

HOLD
DMTNPT6101 LINK linkid TO SUSPEND PILE TRANSMISSION
DMTSML610I LINK linkid TO SUSPEND PILE TRANSMISSION
DMTNPT611I LINK linkid PILE TRANSMISSION SUSPENDED
D~TSML611I LINK linkid FILE TRANSMISSION SUSPENDED
DHTNPT612E LINK linkid ALREADY IN HOLD STATUS
DMTSML612E LINK linkid ALREADY IN HOLD STATUS
MSG
No response.

244

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DMT
ORDER
DMTAXS523I
DMTAXS524E
DMTAXS525E
DMTAXs526E

LINK
FILE
FILE
FILE

PURGE
DMTAXS524E
DMTAXS525E
DHTAXS526E
DHTAXS6401

FILE spoolid ACTIVE -- NO ACTION TAKEN
FILE spoolid IS FOR linkid -- NO ACTION TAKEN
FILE spoolid NeT FOUND -- NO ACTION TAKEN
nn FILE(S) PURGED ON LINK linkid

linkid QUEUE RECRDERED
spoolid ACTIVE -- NO ACTION TAKEN
spoolid IS FOR LINK linkid -- NO ACTION TAKEN
spoolid NOT FOUND -- NO ACTION TAKEN

QUERY linkid STAT
DMTCMX6511 LINK linkid INACTIVE
DMTCHX652I LINK linkid ACTIVE task type vaddr c {HOI NOH} {DRINOD}
{TRAITREINOT} Q=m P=n
QUERY linkid DEF
DMTCMX6531 LINK linkid DEFAUlT task type vaddr c R=m
QUERY linkid QUEUE
DMTCMX6541 LINK linkid Q=m P=n
DHTCMX6551 FILE spoolid locid userid CL a PR mm REC nnnnnn {All}
QUERY FILE spoolid
DMTCMX6601 FILE
DHTCMX6611 FILE
DMTCMX664E FILE

STAT
spoolid INACTIVE ON LINK linkid
spoolid ACTIVE ON LINK linkid
spoolid NCT FeUND

QUERY FILE spoolid RSCS
DMTCMX6621 FILE spoolid ORG locid1 userid1 mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss
TO locid2 userid2
DHTCMX664E FILE spoolid NCT FOUND
QUERY FILE spoolid VH
DMTCMX6631 FILE spoolid PR mm CL a CO nn {HOI NOH} DI distcode,
NA {fn ftldsname}
DMTC~X664E FILE spoolid NCT FOUND
QUERY SYSTEM
DMTCMX6701
DMTCHX6711
DMTCMx6721
DMTCMX6731

LINK linkid ACTIVE -- LINE vaddr {HOI NOm
LINK linkid INACTIVE
NO LINK ACTIVE
NO LINK DEFINED

SIGNON
DHTNPT902E NON-SIGNOI CARt READ ON LINK linkid
DHTS~L902E NON-SIGNON CARI READ ON LINK linkid
DHTNPT903E PASSWORD SUPPlIED ON LINK linkid IS INVALID
DMTSML903E PASSWORD SUPPLIED CN LINK linkid IS INVALID
DHTNPT904E SIGNON PARAMETEB=parameter INVALID
DMTNPT905I SIGNON of LINKID linkid COMPLETE
DMTSML9051 SIGNON of LIIKID linkid COMPLETE
START
DMTCMX7001 ACTIVATING LINK linkid task type vaddr c
DMTCMX701E NO S.WITCHED LINE AVAILABLE -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
DMTCMX702E LINE vaddr IS IN USE BY LINK linkid1 -- LINK linkid2
NOT ACTIVATED
DMTCMX703E DEV cuu IS NOT A LINE PORT -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
DMTCMX704E LINE vaddr CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
IHITGM-I705EDR-IVERtyp€ N~TFCY-ND ON DISK vaMr - - lHJK 1inkid NOT
ACTIVATED
DMTCMX706E FATAL ERROR LOADING FROM vaddr -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
DMTCHX707E DRIVER type FIlE FORMAT INVALID -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
DHTCMX708E VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
DMTCMX709E TASK NAME task ALREADY IN USE -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
DMTCHX710E MAX (nn) ACTIVE -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
Appendix A. Command-to-Message Cross-Reference

245

D!1T
START (continued)
DMTNPT750E LINK linkid
DMTSML750E LINK linkid
DMTCMX751I LINK linkid
DMTNPT7521 LINK linkid
DMTSML7521 LINK linkid
DMTSML901E INVALID SML
DMTSML906E INVALID SML

ALREADY ACTIVE -- NO ACTION TAKEN
ALREADY ACTIVE -- NO ACTION TAKEN
ALREADY ACTIVE -- NEW CLASS(ES) SET AS REQUESTED
STILL ACTIVE -- DRAIN STATUS RESET
STILL ACTIVE -- DRAIN STATUS RESET
MODE SPlCIFIED -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
BUFFER PARAMETER -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED

TRACE
DMTNPT801 I
DMTSML801I
DMTNPT8021
DMTSML8021
DMTNPT8031
DMTS ML803I
DMTNPT8 i OE
DMTS ML81 OE
DMTNPT811 E
DMTSML811E

ERROR
EEROR
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TRACE
TBACE
TRACE
IBACE
'IRACE

DMTINI402T
DMTINI406R
DMTINI407R
DMTINI409R
DMTINI410R
DMTINI431S
DMTINI479E
DMTINI480E
DMTINI481E
DMTINI482E
D~TINI483E

246

LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK

linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid
linkid

TRACE STARTED
TRACE STARTED
STARTED
STARTED
ENDED
ENDED
ALREADY ACTIVE
ALREADY ACTIVE
NOT ACTIVE
NOT ACTIVE

IPL DEVICE READ I/O ERROR
SYSTEM DISK ADDRESS = cuu
REWRITE THE NUCLEUS? (YESINO)
NUCLEUS CYL ADDRESS = nnn
ALSO IPL CYLINDER 01 (YESINO)
IPL DEVICE WRITE I/O ERROR
INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS -- REENTER
INVALID CYLINDER NUMBER -- REENTER
INVALID REPLY -- ANSWER "YES" OR "NO"
SYSTEM DISK ERROR -- REENTER
NUCLEUS WILL OVERLAY CMS FILES -- RECOMPUTE

IBM VM/370 system Messages

DfIIM

IPCS Message Summary
DUMPSCAN
DMMDSC500S
DHMDSC7001
DMMDSC701R
DMMDSC7191
DMMDSC7201
DMMDSC7211
DMMDSC7221
DMMDSC7231
DMMFED7021
DMKFED7031
DKMFEX7041
DMMGET100S
DMKGET7081
DKMHEX7141
DMMIOB7121
DMMIOB7131
DMKLOC7151
DMKLOC7161
DKKLOC7161
DMMLOC7171
DMKMOD100S
DMMMOD705E
DKMMOD7061
DMMMOD7071
DMHMOD7181
DMMREG100S
DMMREG7241
DMMREG7241
DHMSCR7091
DMMTRC7101
DMMVMB1111

ERROR 'nnn' WRITING TC VIRTUAL PRINTER
TYPE HELP OR ENTER
ENTER DUMP NUMEER AND MODE
ERROR 'nnn' IN FSS~ATE 'filename filetype fm'
LOAD MAP ALREADY PRESENT
&NAME TABLE IS FUlL
INVALID ENTRY INTO &NAME TABLE
THE DUMP IS NOi ON THE A-DISK
HON-HEX CHARACTER IN COUNT - RETRY
NON-HEX CHARACTER IN ADDRESS - RETRY
NON-HEX CHARACTER IN ADDRESS - RETRY
ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
PAGE 'page' NOT FOUND IN DUMP
NON-HEX CHARACTER IN INPUT - RETRY
DEVICE 'cuu' NCT FOUND
USER 'userid' VMBICK NOT FOUND
NON-HEX CHARACTER IN STRING
STRING 'string' NOT FOUND
STRING 'string' NOT FOUND BEFORE END OF DUMP
INVALID FORK OF LOCATE COKMAND
ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR IN ITEM TABLE
'entry name' NOT FOUND IN THE LOAD MAP
'module' 'page' PAGE NOT VALID
THIS DUMP HAS NO LOAD MAP - SEE MAP SUBCOMMAND
ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'fileid'
{AP} REGISTERS REQUESTED FOR UNIPROCESSOR DUMP
{HP} REGISTERS REQUESTED FOR UNIPROCESSOR DUMP
NO VALID SCROLl ADDRESS
NON-NUMERIC COUNT CHARACTER - RETRY
LOOP IN VBBLOK CHAIN

PRB
DMMSUM100S
DMMSUM200S
DMMSUM501S
DMMSUM502S

ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
INVALID PARM 'badpara' PASSED TO SUMMARY UPDATE PROGRAM
PROBLEM 'PRBnnnnn' NOT FOUND IN SYMPTOM SUMMARY

PROB
DMMPR0100S
DMMPR0200S
DMMPR0300S
DMMSEA100S
DMMSUH100S
DMMSUM200S
DKMSUH501S
DMKSUH502S
DKMWRT200S

ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR 'nnn' ON FSSTATE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR Innni READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
INVALID PARM 'badparm' PASSED TO SUMMARY UPDATE PROGRAM
PROBLEM 'PRBnnnnn' NOT FOUND IN SYKPTOM SUMMARY
ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'

STAT
DMMSTA100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMSTA200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMSTA6011 OPERAND 'operand' NOT RECOGNIZED
VMFDUMP
DMMCPA8051 'nnn' ABEND CODE NOT RECOGNIZED BY DATA EXTRACTION
DMMEDM8501 UNABLE TO REAr DUMP FROM READER
DMMEDM8511 TEN DUMP FILES ALREADY EXIST
DH~D!852I FATAL I/O ERROR WP.ITI~G DUMP
DMMED~8531 NO DUMP FILES EXIST
DMMEDM8601 FATAL I/O ERROR READING DUMP
DMMEDM8611 DUMP FILE 'filename' NOT FOUND
DMMEDM863E INVALID PARAMETER - parameter
DHMEDPI8641 PAG-E REiERENCEDNOT AVAILABL-E WHILE EDITING XXXXXXXX
DMMGRC100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMGRC8091 REQUESTED ADDRESS NOT IN DUMP
DMMINI100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMKINI200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'

Appendix A. C ommand-to-Kessage Cross-Reference

247

DMM
VMFDUMP (continued)
DMMINI300S ERROR 'nnn' ON FSSTATE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMINI400S ERROR 'nnn' CLOSING 'filename filetype fm'
DMMINI800S DATA EXTRACTION FAILURE
DMMINI803S ERROR 'nnn' ATTEMPTING TO LOADMOD VMFDUMP2
DMMMAP200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMMAP8011 NUC MAP 'filename filetype fm' IS NOT VALID FOR THIS DUMP
DMMMAP802I PROCEEDING ••••
DMMMAP806R ENTER 'filename filetype fm' OF NUCLEUS LOAD MAP OR ENTER NULL
DMMMAP807I UNABLE TO LOCATE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMMAP808I NUCLEUS MAP INVALID 'filename filetype fm'
DMMMAP810I ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMPRM200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMPRM8041 PROCESSING ERROR IN tATA EXTRACTION
DMMSEA100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMSUM100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype f.'
DMMSUM200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMMSUMS01S INVALID PARM 'badparm' PASSED TO SUMMARY UPDATE PROGRAM
DMMSUHS02S PROBLEM 'PRBnnnnn' NOT POUND IN SYMPTOM SUMMARY
DMMWRT200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'

248

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically by Message Identifier

This appendix lists the messages issued by CP, CMS, RSCS,
and IPCS. The lists are orqanized alphamerically, in
order by module code, message number, and type.
Note: Messages shown in this appendix are not gualified
wIth program product identifiers, refer to the message
section of this book to establish ownership.

CP Message Summary
DMKAC0425A PUN cuu ACCOUNTING DATA; FATAL I/O ERROR
DMKAC0425E I/O ERROR DURING ACCOUNTING
DMKALG059E AUTOLOG FAILED FOR userid-{IPL MISSINGIIPL FAILEDIACCOUNTING ERROR}
DMKALG115E AUTOLOG INVALID; EXCESSIVE INCORRECT PASSWORDS
DHKATS181E SHARED SYSTEM name REPLACED WITH NON-SHARED COpy
DHKBLD200E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; IN USE BY {useridISYSTEM}
DHKBLD201E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; DAMAGED PAGES
DMKBLD202E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; INSUFFICIENT STORAGE
DHKBSC5001
DMKBSC501A
DMKBSC5021
DMKBSC5031
DMKBSC5041
DMKBSC5051
DMKBSC5161
DMKBSC5171
DMKBSC5201
DMKBSC5271
DMKBSC5281

LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE

'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'

CMD REJECT CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
INT REQ
BUSOUT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
EQUIP CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DATA CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='CSW' USERID='userid'
OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
BAD SENSE CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
NOT/KNOWN CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
CHAN ERRCR CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
LOST tATA CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
TIMEOUT CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

DMKCCH6011
DMKCCH6021
DMKCCH603w
DMKCCH6051

CHANNEL CONTROL CHECK DEV xxx; USER 'userid'
INTERFACE CONTROL CHECK DEV xxx; USER 'userid'
CHANNEL ERROR; RUN SEREP, RESTART SYSTEM
CHANNEL CHECK RECORDING FAILURE

DMKCDB003E
DMKCDB004E
DMKCDB009E
DMKCDB010E
DMKCDB026E
DMKCDB160E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID RANGE - range
INVALID REGISTER - register
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

DMKCDM003E
DMKCDM004E
DMKCDM009E
DMKCDM033E
DMKCDM060E
DMKCDM061E
DMKCDM160E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID RANGE - range
HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
DUMP FAILED; VIRTUAL PRINTER UNAVAILABLE
DUMP FAILED; VIRTUAL PRINTER ERROR
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

DMKCDS004E
DMKCDS005E
DMKCDS010E
DMKCDS012E
DMKCDS026E
DMKCDS033E
DMKCDS160E
DMKCDS161E
DMKCDS162E
DMKCDS162W
DMKCDS163E

INVALID HEXLOC - operand
INVALID HEXDATA - hexdata
INVALID REGISTER - register
INVALID PSW - psw
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEtS STORAGE
SHARED PAGE hexloc ALTERED by userid
INVALID ECR x - hexdata
INVALID ECR x - hexdata
STORE EXCEEDS MAXIMUM REGISTER
Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically by Message Identifier

249

DKK
DMKCDS164E HEXLOC hexloe NON-ADIRESSABLE STORAGE
DHKCDS166E CHANGED SHARED PAGE NOT WRITTEN TO AUXILIARY STORAGE
DMKCFC001E
DHKCFC002E
DMKCFC004E
DMKCFC026E

?CP: command
INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID HEXLOC - hexloe
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID

DMKCFD004E
DMKCFD021E
DMKCFD022E
DMKCFD026E
DKKCFD040E
DHKCFD160E
DMKCFD164E

INVALID HEXLOC - hexloe
RADDE HISSING OR INVALID
VADDR KISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
HEXLOC hexloe EXCEEDS STORAGE
HEXLOC hexloe NON-ADDRESSABLE STORAGE

DMKCFG002E
DMKCFG003E
DMKC¥G013E
DMKCFG022E
DMKCFG026E
DKKCFG040E
DKKCFG044E
DKKCFG083E
DHKCFG170E
DMKCFG171E
DKKCFG172E
DMKCFG173E
DMKCFG174E
DMKCFG175E
DKKCFG175E
DMKCFG177E
DMKCFG179E
DKKCFG203E

INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
CONFlICTING OPTION - option
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
SYSTEK name DOES NOT EXIST
VKSAVE AREA DOES NOT CONTAIN A VALID SAVED SYSTEK
SYSTEK name EXCEEDS STORAGE
SYSTEK name VOLID volid NOT MOUNTED
SYSTEM name DASD vaddr INCOMPATIBLE SYSRES
SYSTEM name REQUIRES DASD vaddr
PAGING I/O ERROR; IPL FAILED
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK TRAC~ ALREADY IN USE BY userid
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK TRACElname} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
PARK EXCEEDS 64 CHARACTERS
SYSTEK name VOLID volid NOT CP OWNED
V=R AREA REQUIRES IPL BY DEVICE ADDRESS

DMKCFH026E
DKKCFH044E
DHKCFH170E
DMKCFH171E
DKKCFH172E
DMKCFH173E
DKKCFH179E
DKKCFH300E
DKKCFH435E
DHKCFH436E

OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
SYSTEM name DOES NOT EXIST
SYSTEM name EXCEEDS STORAGE
SYSTEM name VOLID volid NOT HOUNTED
SYSTEM name DASD vaddr INCOMPATIBLE SYSRES
SYSTEM name REQUIRES DASD vaddr
SYSTEM name VOLID volid NOT CP OWNED
SAVE REQUEST BEYOND VIRTUAL KACHINE SIZE
PAGING ERROR WRITING SAVED SYSTEM
INTERRUPT PENDING TO PROCEED, TYPE YES. TO END, TYPE NO

DMKCF0003E
DMKCF0006E
DKKCF0013E
DMKCF0020E
DMKCF0021E
DMKCF0026E
DMKCF0040E
DMKCF0041E
DMKCF0045E
DKKCF0046E
DKKCF0140E
DMKCF0143E
DMKCF0175E
DKKCF0175E
DMKCF0184E
DMKCF0186E
DKKCF0188E
DHKCF0250E
DKKCF0255w

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
USERID KISSING OR INVALID
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
LOGKSG nn DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEK
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK TRACE} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK TRACElname} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
VK ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE [ON PROCESSOR proe addrJ
CP ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE
SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
370E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
370E FEATURE NOW DISABLED

DKKCFP046E
DMKCFP164E
DKKCFP179E
DMKCFP435E

type raddr OFFLINE
HEXLOC hexloe NON-ADDRESSABLE STORAGE
SYSTEK name VOLID volid NOT CP OWNED
PAGING ERROR WRITING SAVED SYSTEM

DMKCFS003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKCFS006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
250

IBM V8/370 System Kessages

DMK
DMKCFS026E
DKKCFS044E
DMKCFS045E
DMKCFS046E
DMKCFS052E
DMKCFS05~E

DKKCFS170E
DKKCFS171E
DKKCFS175E
DMKCFS175E
DMKCFS179E
DKKCFS183E
DMKCFS184E
DKKCFS187E
DMKCFSi88E
DMKCFS1891
DKKCFS1901
DKKCFS250E
DMKCFS251E

OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
SYSTEK name DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
DEV type raddr OFFLINE
ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
SYSTEK name EXCEErS STORAGE
SYSTEM name VOLID volid NOT KOUNTED
{FAVORED I RESERVE I NETWORK TRACE} ALREADY IN USE BY user id
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK TRACElname} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
SYSTEM name VOLID volid NOT CP OWNED
VM ASSIST NOT ACTIVE
VK ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE
TIMER ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE
SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
AFFINITY NOT SET; SYSTEK IN UNIPROCESSOR MODE
NO AFFINI'l'Y SPECIFIED IN THE DIRECTORY
370E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
370E IS NOT ACTIVE

DMKCFT002E INVALID OPERAND - operand
DMKCFT006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
DHKCFT026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCFV062E
DMKCFV063E
DMKCFV080E
DMKCFV082E

ECMODE NOT SET ON
SHADOW TABLE BYPASS; NOT SET
NO PREALLOCATED VMSAVE AREA
MORE THAN ONE VMS AVE AREA ALLOCATED; MUST SPECIFY AREA NAME

DMKCKP900W
DMKCKP901W
DKKCKP902W
DMKCKP910W
DKKCKP911W
DMKCKP922W
DHKCKP9601
DHKCKP961 W

SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM

RECOVERY FAILURE; PROGRAK CHECK
RECOVERY FAILURE; MACHINE CHECK, RUN SEREP
RECOVERY FAILURE; FATAL I/O ERROR-{NUCL CYLIWARM CYL}
RECOVERY FAILURE: INVALID WARM START CYLINDER
SYSTE~ RECOVERY FAILURE: WARM START AREA FULL
SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE; INVALID SPOOLING DATA
SYSTEM WARM STAR~ DATA SAVED
SYSTEM SHUTDOWN COMPLETE

DMKCKS4001
DKKCKS4011
DMKCKS903i
DMKCKS912W
DMKCKS915E
DHKCKS9i6E
DMKCKS917E
DMKCKS917E

SYSTEM CHECKPOINT AREA FULL
SYSTEM CHECKPOINT AREA 90 PERCENT FULL
SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE; VOLID 'volid' ALLOCATION ERROR CYLINDER 'cylinder'
SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE; VOlID 'volid' NOT MOUNTED
PERMANENT I/O ERROR eN CHECKPOINT CYLINDER
ERROR ALLOCATING SPOOL FILE BUFFERS
CHECKPOINT CYLINDER INVALID; CLEAR STORAGE AND COLD START
CHECKPOINT CYLINDER INVALID; CLEAR STORAGE AND COLD START

DMKCLK437E NO DASD SPACE AVAILABLE - IPL TERMINATED
DMKCLK970W TOD CLOCK SYNC CHECK RECEIVED
DMKCNS4541
DMKCNS4551
DMKCNS5001
DMKCNS5011
DMKCNS5021
DMKCNS5031
DKKCNS5041
DKKCNS5051
DKKCNS5271
DMKCNS5281

LINE
lINE
CONS
CONS
CONS
CONS
CONS
CONS
CONS
CONS

raddr DISABLED
'addr' CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL
'addr' CMD REJECT CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid'
'addr' INT BEQ
'addr' BUSOUT CK CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid,
'addr' EQUIP CK CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
'addr' DATA CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
'addr' OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
'addr' lOST DATA CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid,
'addr' TIMEOUT CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

DMKCPB005E
DMKCPB006E
DHKCPB012E
DMKCPB022E
DMKCPB026E
DMKCPB040E

INVALID REXDAT! - hexdata
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID PSi - psw
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addrD()ES NOT EXIST

DMKCPI131E
DMKCPI185E
DMKCPI913I
DMKCPI950A
DMKCPI951I

INSUFFICIENT FBEE STORAGE AVAILABLE FOR {ATTACHILOGON} REQUEST
CP ASSIST LEVEL xx DOES NOT MATCH CP LEVEL 1Y
CP OWNED VOlID xxxxxx INVALID FOR 3330V
AUTO LOGON FAILEt; EXPLICIT LOGON REQUIRED
CP VOLID volid NeT MCUNTED
Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically by Hessage Identifier

251

DftK
DMKCPI952I
DMKCPI953I
DMKCPI954E
DMKCPI955W
DMKCPI9571
DMKCPI9581
DMKCPI959W
DMKCPI9601
DMKCPI961W

nnnnnK SYSTEM STORAGE
UNABLE TO ALLOCATE SYSTEM AUTO DUMP
DASD raddr VOLID volid NCT MOUNTED; DUPLICATE OF DASD raddr
INSUFFICIENT STORAGE FCR VM/370
STOR sssssK, NUC nnnK, DYN dddddK, TRA tttK, FREE ffffK, V=R vvvvvK
ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT OPERATIONAL
ATTACHED PROCESSOR NeT ONLINE
SYSTEM WARM STAR~ DATA SAVED
SYSTEM SHUTDOWN COMPLETE

DMKCPS003E
DftKCPS021E
DMKCPS026E
DMKCPS040E
DMKCPS049E
DMKCPS123E
DMKCPS124E
DMKCPS140E
DMKCPS142E
DHKCPS143E
DMKCPS144W
DMKCPS192E

INVALID OPTION - option
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
LINE (addr) IN USE
DASD raddr CP OWNED
DASD raddr IN USE BY nnn USERS
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr NOT DRAINED
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
type vaddr RESET BY userid
VARY PROCESSOR COHMAND FAILED

DMKCPU021E RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCPU191E PROCESSOR nn DOES NOT EXIST
DMKC~U192E VARY PROCESSOR COMMAND FAILED
DftKCPU1931 PROCESSOR nn ONLINE
DMKCPU194I PROCESSOR nn OFFLINE
DMKCPV003E INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
DMKCPV006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
DMKCPV007E INVALID USERID - userid
DMKCPV009E INVALID RANGE - rangE
D"KCPV020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCpv021E RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCPV026E OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
DMKCPV033E HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCPV040E DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
DMKCPV045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DMKCPVOQ6E type raddr OFFLINE
DHKCPV140E type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
DMKCPV160E HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE
DHKCPV1651 PAGE hexloc NOT LCCKED; SHARED PAGE
DMKCPV176E VIRT=REAL AREA IN USE BY userid
oMKCPV202E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; INSUFFICIENT STORAGE
DMKCPV203E V=R AREA REQUIRES IPl BY DEVICE ADDRESS
DHKCPV204E INVALID PAGE(S) SPECIFIED, V=R AREA
D~KCPV004E

DMKCQG020E
DMKCQG022E
DMKCQG027E
DMKCQG028E
DMKCQG040E
DMKCQG042E
DMKCQG045E

USERID MISSING OR INVALID
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NO~ EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON

DMKCQP003E
DHKCQP006E
DMKCQP020E
DMKCQP021E
DMKCQP022E
DMKCQP040E
DMKCQP045E
DMKCQP4661

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
USERID HISSING OR INVALID
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGEr ON
CTLR cUU IN BUFFER SlOWDCWN HODE

D~KCQR003E

INVALID OPTION - option
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT LOGGED ON

DMKCQR020E
DMKCQR026E
DMKCQR028E
DMKCQR045E

252

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DMK
DMKCQY020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DHKCQY026E OPERAND HISSING OB INVALID
DHKCQY045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DHKCSB003E
DHKCSB006E
DHKCSB013E
DMKCSB021E
DHKCSB022E
DHKCSB026E
DMKCSB028E
DMKCSB031E
DHKCSB036E
DHKCSB040E
DMKCSB043E
DHKCSB046E
DHKCSB140E
DHKCSB142E
DHKCSB148E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
RADDE HISSING OR INVALID
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OB INVALID
CLASS HISSING OR INVALID
BUFFER HISSING OR INVALID
INDEX HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
BUFFER name DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TC userid
type raddr NOT DRAINED
type raddr BUFFER LOAD name FAILED

DMKCS0003E
DHKCS0006E
DHKCS0013E
DHKCS0021E
DHKCS0028E
DHKCS0030E
DHKCS0040E
DMKCS0046E
DMKCS0140E
DHKCS0141E
DMKCS0243E
DMKCS0244E
DHKCS0245E
DHKCS0246E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
RADDR MISSING OB INVALID
CLASS HISSING OR INVALID
COPIES MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TC userid
type raddr NOT ACTIVE
FLASH HISSING OR INVALID
IMAGE LIBRARY HISSING OR INVALID
CHARS MISSING OR INVALID
FCB HISSING OR INVALID

DHKCSP003E
DHKCSP006E
DHKCSP007E
DHKCSP013E
DHKCSP020E
DHKCSP022E
DMKCSP026E
DHKCSP028E
DHKCSP029E
DHKCSP030E
DMKCSP032E
DHKCSP040E
DHKCSP053E
DMKCSP243E
DHKCSP245E
DHKCSP246E
DHKCSP253E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID USERID - userid
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
USERID HISSING OR INVALID
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OB INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
FNAME FTYPE HISSING eR INVALID
COPIES HISSING OR INVALID
DIST CODE HISSING OB INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIS~
userid NOT IN CP tIRECTORY
FLASH HISSING OR INVALID
CHARS HISSING OR INVALID
FCB HISSING OR INVALID
HODIFY HISSING OR INVALID

DHKCST003E
DHKCST006E
DHKCST022E
DHKCST026E
DHKCST027E
DHKCST040E
DHKCST042E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
VADDR HISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
SPOOIID HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NO~ EXIST
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NO~ EXIST

DPrKCSUOO'3E
DHKCSU006E
DHKCSU007E
DHKCSU008E
DHKCSU013E
DHKCS-U020E
DMKCSU026E
DHKCSU027E
DHKCSU028E
DHKCSU029E
DHKCSU030E
DHKCSU032E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE ·TYPE - addr
INVALID USERID - userid
INVALID SPOOLID -spoolid
CONFLICTING OPTION - option
USERID HISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
SPOOLID HISSING OR INVALID
CLASS HISSING OR INVALID
FIAHE FTYPE HISSING eR INVALID
COPIES HISSING OR INVALID
DIST CODE MISSING OR INVALID
Appendix B. Hessage Summary Alphamerically by Hessage Identifier

253

DMK
DMKCSU035E
DMKCSU042E
DMKCSU053E
DMKCSU243E
DMKCSU245E
DMKCSU246E
DMKCSU253E

DEVICE TYPE MISSING CR INVALID
SPOOLID nnnn DOES NO~ EXIST
userid NOT IN CP tIRECTORY
FLASH MISSING OR INVALID
CHARS MISSING OR INVALID
FCB MISSING OR INVALID
MODIFY MISSING OR INVALID

DMKDAS5001
DMKDAS501A
DMKDAS5021
DMKDAS5031
DMKDAS504D
DMKDAS5041
DMKDAS505D
DMKDAS505D

DASD 'addr' CMD REJECT CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DASD 'addr' INT REQ CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DASD 'addr' BUSOUT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD 'addr' EQUIF CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DASD 'addr' DA~A CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchb'
DASD 'addr' DATA CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='CSW' USERID= 'userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD 'addr' OVERRUN CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD
'addr'
OVERRUN
CK
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
r {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' I BLOCK=' nnnnnn'} 1
DASO 'add,' OVFRRUN CK CHD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID= 'userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD
'addr'
OVERRUN
CK
CHD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID=
'userid'
r {BBCCHH='bbcchh' IBICCK='nnnnnn'} 1
DASD 'addr' TRKCOND CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD 'addr' SEEK CK C!D='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD 'addr' PERM ERRCR CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID=' userid,
DASD 'addr' TRKOVERUN CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD 'addr' FILE PROT CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DASD
'addr'
FILE
PROT
CMD='clI'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
r {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' IBLOCK='nnnnnn'} ]
DASD 'addr' ADDMRK CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD 'addr' BAD SENSE CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID=·userid'
DASD
'addr'
BAt
SENSE
CMD='c.'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
[ {BBCCHH='bbcchh' IBLOCK='nnnnnn'}]
DASD 'addr' NOT/KNOWN CHD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DASD
'addr'
NOT/KNOWN
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
r {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' IBLOCK='nnnnnn'}]
DASD 'addr' RECV ERRCR CMD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DASD
'addr'
RECV
ERROR
CMD=' CII'
SNS=' sense'
CSW= 'csw'
USERID= 'llserid'
r {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' I BICCK=' nnnnnn'} ]
DASD 'addr' CHAN ERRCR CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DASD
'addr'
CHAN
ERROR
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
r {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' I BLGCK=' nnnnnn'} ]
DASD CUll VOLID volid NOT HOUNTED; NOi OFFLINE

DMKD~S5Q51

DMKDAS5051
DHKDAS5061
DMKDAS507D
DMKDAS5081
DMKDAS5091
DHKDAS5131
DMKDAS5131
DHKDAS514D
DKKDAS5161
DKKDAS5161
DHKDAS517E
DMKDAS517E
DHKDAS5181
DMKDAS5181
DMKDAS5201
DHKDAS5201
DHKDAS956A

DMKDAU5301 DASD 'addr' CHECK DATA CMD='clI' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid' BLOCK='nnnnnn'
DMKDAU5361 cUU REPORTS DISAELED INTERFACE; FAULT CODE=cccc; NOTIFY CE
DMKDDR700E
DMKDDR701E
DMKDDR702E
DMKDDR703E
DMKDDR704E
DMKDDR705E
DMKDDR705E
DMKDDR707E
DMKDDR708E
DMKDDR709E
DHKDDR710A
DMKDDR711R
DMKDDR712E
DHKDDR713E
DMKDDR714E
DMKDDR715E
DMKDDR716R
DHKDDR717R
DMKDDR718E
DMKDDR719E
DMKDDR720E
DMKDDR721E
DMKDDR721E
DMKDDR722E
DMKDDR723E
DMKDDR724E

254

INPUT UNIT IS NOT A CPVOL
INVALID OPERAND - operand
CONTROL STATEMENT SEQUENCE ERROR
OPERAND MISSING
DEV cuu NOT OPERATIONAL
10 ERROR cuu CSW csw SENSE sense INPUT bbcchh OUTPUT bbcchh CCW ccv
10 ERROR cuu CSW csw SENSE sense INPUT {bbcchhlnnnnnn} OUTPUT bbcchh CCW ccw
MACHINE CHECK RUN SEFEP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
INVALID INPUT OR OUTFUT DEFINITION
WRONG INPUT TAPE MOUNTED
DEV cUU INTERVENTION REQUIRED
VOLID READ IS volid2 [NOT volid1] DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES NO OR REREAD:
NUMBER OF EXTENTS EXCEEDS 20
OVERLAPPING OR INVALID EXTENTS
RECORD bbcchh NOT FOUND ON TAPE
LOCATION bbcchh IS A FLAGGED TRACK
NO VOL1 LABEL FOUND [FOR volser] DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES OR NO OR REREAD:
DATA DUMPED FROM volid1 TO BE RESTORED TO volid2. DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES
NO OR REREAD:
OUTPUT UNIT IS FILE PROTECTED
INVALID FILE NAME OR FILE NOT FOUND
ERFOR IN routine
RECORD cchhr NOT FOUND
RECORD {cchhrlnnnnnn} NOT FOUND
OUTPUT UNIT NOT PROPERLY FORMATTED FOR THE CP NUCLEUS
NO VALID CP NUCLEUS ON THE INPUT UNIT
INPUT TAPE CONTAINS A CP NUCLEUS DUKP

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DliK
ORIGINAL INPUT DEVICE WiS (ISj LARGER THAN OUTPUT DEVICE. DO YOU WISH
RESPOND YES OR NO:
DlIKDDR726E 1I0VING DATA INTO THE ALTERNATE TRACK CYLINDER(S) IS PROHIBITED
DlIKDDR727E FLAGGED TRK xxxxxxxxxx HAS NO PROPER ALTERNATE; SKIPPING THIS TRK
DlIKDDR756E PROGRAli CHECK PSW = psw
D~KDDR725R

TO CONTINUE?

DlIKDEF003E
DlIKDEF022E
DlIKDEF024E
D!KDEF024E
DlIKDEF025E
D!KDEF026E
D!KDEF040E

INVALID OPTION - option
VADDR lIISSING OR INVALID
{CYLSIBLKSl !ISSING OR INVALID
CYLS lIISSING OR INVALID
STORAGE !ISSING CR INVALID
OPERAND KISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
D~KDEF091E D!SD vaddr NOT DEFINED; TEMP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
DlIKDEF094E STORAGE EXCEEDS ALLOWED lIAXIlIU!
DlIKDEF095E DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
DlIKDEF136E DEV vaddrNOT DEFINED; CHAN x DEDICATED
D!KDIA006E
DlIKDIAOllE
DlIKDIA020E
DlIKDIA022E
D!KDIA040E
D!KDIA045E
DlIKDIA047E
D!KDIA055E
DlIKDIA056E
DlIKDIA098E
DMKDIA206E

INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - userid vaddr
USERID HISSING OR INVAIlP
VADDR HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
userid vaddr DOES NOT EXIST
LINE(S} NOT AVAILABLE ON userid
LINE vaddr BUSY ON userid
DEV rid 1I0DE SWITCH NOT FOSSIBLE
CANNOT CONNECT TO BOST VIRTUAL HiCBINE

DlIKDIR751E
DlIKDIR752E
DlIKDIR753E
DlIKDIR754E
D!KDIR755E
DlIKDIR756E
DKKDIR757E
DKKDIR758E
DlIKDIR760E
D!KDIR761E
DlIKDIR762E
DKKDIR763E
DMKDIB764E

INVALID OPERAND - xxxxxx
STATEliENT SEQUENCE ERROR FOLLOWING USER user
OPERAND !ISSING
DEV cuu NOT OPERATIONAL
10 ERROR cuu CSW csv SENSE sense
PROGRAK CHECK PSW = psv
lIACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
DUPLICATE UNIT DEFINITION
NOT ENOUGH SPACE ALLOCATED FOR DIRECTORY
VOLID READ IS volid1 NOT volid2
DIRECTORY STATE!ENT lIISSING
INVALID FILENA!E OR FILE NOT FOUND
ERROR IN routine

DlIKDMP905i
DMKD!P906i
DlIKDlIP907W
DlIKDMP9081
DlIKDlIP909W

SYSTEM
SYSTE!
SISTEli
SISTEK
SISTEK

DUliP FAILURE; PReGRA! CHECK
DUlIP FAILURE; lIACHINE CHECK, RUN SEREP
DUliP FAILURE; FATAL I/O ERROR
FAILURE; CeDE - code
DUliP DEVICE NCT-READY

D!KDSB956A DASD cuu VOLID volid NCT 1I0UNTED; NOi OFFLINE
DlIKDSP450W CP ENTERED; DISABLED WAIT PSi IpSV'
DlIKDSP452W CP ENTERED; EXTERNAL INTERRUPT LOOP
DlIKFlIT730E
DlIKFlIT732E
D!KF!T733E
D!KFHT734E
DHKFMT734E
DKKF!T735E
D8KF8T736E
DlIKFlIT736E
DMKFMT737E
DlIKFKT738A
D1IKFllT739E
DKKFlIT740E
DKKFMT756E

DEV cUU NOT OPERATIONAL OR NOT READY
KACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
VOLID READ IS volid1 NOT volid2
TYPE OR CYL INVALID
TIPE OR {CYLIPAG} INVALID
FATAL DASD 10 ERROR
10 ERROR cuu CCHBR = cchhr SENSE = sense
10 ERROR cuu {CCHBR = cchhrlBLOCK = nnnnnn} SENSE = sense
INVALID OPERAND
DEV cuu INTERVENTION REQUIRED
FLAGGED I>JU1!ABY ~BACK BAS- NO ALTERNATE ASSIGHED;IO ERROR FOLLOWS
PACK MOUNTED IS 3340-35, NOT 3340-70. MOUNT ANOTHER OR RESPECIFI
PROGRAK CHECK PSW = psv

DKKGRF500I
DlIKGRF5021
DlIKGRF503I
DKKGRF504I

GRAF
GRAF
GRAF
GRAF

laddrl
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'

CHD REJECT ClID='c.' SNS='sense' CSi='csv'
BUSOUT CK C!D='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv'
EQUIP CK ClID='c.' SNS='sense' CSi='csv'
DATA CK C~D=lc.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv i
Appendix B. lIessage Summary Alphamerically by !essaqe Identifier

255

DMK
DMKGRF5211
DMKGRF5251
DMKGRF5291
DMKGRF5301
DMKGRF5311
DMKGRF5321

GRAF
GRAF
GRAF
GRAF
GRAF
GRAF

'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'

NO DEVICE CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv'
FORMA~ CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv'
PARITY CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv'
UNIT SPEC CMD='cm' SNS='sense' USERID='userid'
CONTROL CHECK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' USERID='userid'
OP CHECK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' USERID='userid'

DMKIOF550E ERROR RECORDING AREA 90 PERCENT FULL; RUN CPEREP
DMKIOG551E
DMKIOG5521
DMKIOG5531
DMKIOG5581

ERROR RECORDING AREA FULL; RUN CPEREP.
FORMATTING ERROR RECORDING AREA
ERROR RECORDING AREA CLEARED; USER 'userid'
FATAL I/O ERROR; ERIlOR RECORDING DISABLED

DMKIOH559W
DMKIOH560W
DMKIOH560W
DMKIOH561W

SRF cuu NOT ACCESSIBLE; FRAMES NOT ON ERROR CYLINDERS
ERRORS ON SRF cuu: FRAME NOT ON ERROR CYLINDERS
ERRORS ON SRF cuu: FRAME NOT IN I/O ERROR AREA
MORE THAN 50 MCH OR CCH FRAMES WERE READ FROM SRF cuu

DMKJRL1451 USERID:userid AT term-raddr WITH INVALID {LINKILOGON}
VIOLATED THE LIMIT OF yyy [,A=auserid]

PASSWORD

NO.xxx

DMKLNK020E
DHKLNK022E
DMKLNK052E
DHKLNKOS3E
DHKLNK101W
DMKLNK102W
DHKLNK103w
DMKLNK104E
DMKLNK10SE
DHKLNK106E
DHKLNK107E
DMKLNK108E
DMKLNK109E
DMKLNKll0E
DMKLNK111E
DMKLNK112E
DMKLNK113E
DMKLRK114E
DMKLNK115E
DHKLNKl16E
DMKLNK117E
DMKLNK118E
DMKLNK119E
DHKLNK137E
DHKLNK139E
DMKLNK2811

USERID MISSING OR INVALID
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
ERROR IN CP DIREC~ORY
userid NOT IN CP CIRECTORY
DASD vaddr FORCED R/C; R/O BY {nnn USERSluserid}
DASD vaddr FORCED R/C; R/W BY {nnn USERSluserid}
DASD vaddr FORCED R/O; R/W BY {nnn USERSluserid}; R/O BY {nnn USERSluserid}
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; R/O BY {nnn USERSluserid}
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; R/W BY {nnn USERSluserid}
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; R/W BY nnn USERS; R/O BY {nnn USERSluseridJ
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; VOLID volid NOT MOUNTED
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; INVALID LINK DEVICE
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; type vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NO READ PASSWORD
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NO WRITE PASSWORD
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; NO MULT PASSWORD
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; PASSWORD INCORRECT
LINK INVALID; EXCESSIVE INCORRECT PASSWORDS
USERID xxx NOT LINKED; CP DIRECTORY IN USE
USERID userid NOT LINKED; VOLID volid CONFLICT
userid vaddr NOT LINKED; COMMAND FORHAT NOT VALID
USERID vaddr NOT LINKED; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
DASD vaddr NOT LINKED; CHAN x DEDICATED
DASD addr NOT LINKED; 3330V NOT ACCEPTED AS SYSTEM VOLUME
MSS VOL $ NOT LINKED; DEMNT IN PROCESS, RETRY

DMKLOG003E
DMKLOG020E
DMKLOG050E
DMKLOGOS1E
DMKLOG052E
DMKLOG053E
DMKLOGOS4E
DMKLOG067E
DMKLOG080E
DMKLOG081W
DMKLOG082E
DMKLOG090E
DMKLOG091E
DMKLOG092E
DMKLOG093E
DMKLOG09SE
DMKLOG131E
DMKLOG188E
DMKLOG189I
DMKLOG206E
DMKLOG250E
DMKLOG251E

INVALID OPTION - option
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
PASSWORD INCORRECT
MAXIMUM USERS EXCEEDED
ERROR IN CP DIFECTORY
userid NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
ALREADY LOGGED ON {LINEIGRAF} raddr
COMMAND FORMAT NOT VALID
NO PREALLOCATED VMSAVE AREA
VMSAVE AREA CONTAINS A SAVED SYSTEM, MUST USE SET COMMAND
MORE THAN ONE VMSAVE AREA ALLOCATED, MUST SPECIFY AREA NAHE
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; DEV {raddrlvolser} NOT AVAILABLE
DASD vaddr NOT DEFINEr; TEMP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; type vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
DEV vaddr NOT DEFINED; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE AVAILABLE FOR {ATTACHILOGON} REQUEST
SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
AFFINITY NOT SET; SYSTEM IN UNIPROCESSOR MODE
CANNOT CONNECT TO HOST VIRTUAL MACHINE
370E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
370E IS NOT ACTIVE

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IBM VM/370 System Messages

(psvd)

HAS

DMK
DMKMCC002E
DMKMCC003E
DMKMCC006E
DMKMCC021E
DMKMCC026E
DMKMCC040E
DMKMCC046E
DMKMCC140E
DMKMCC143E
DMKMCC211E
DMKMCC213E
DMKHCC215E
DMKMCC216E

INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TC userid
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
MONITOR TAPE IS ALREADY ACTIVE
MONITOR CPTRACE IS AlREADY ACTIVE
MONITOR ACTIVE; DASTAP CANNOT BE ENABLED DYNAMICAllY
SYSPROF CLASS REQUIRES SCHEDULE AND DASTAP

DMK~CC217E

MONITOR TAPE NOT STARTED, NO CLASS ENABLED

DMKMCD002E
DMKMCD021E
DMKMCD026E
DMKMCD040E
DMKMCD212E
DMKMCD214E
DMKMCD218E
DMKMCD222E
DMKMCD223E
DMKMCD224E
DMKMCD226E
DHKMCD227E
DMKMCD228E

INVALID OPERAND - operand
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
MONITOR TAPE IS NOT ACTIVE
MONTIOR CPTRACE IS NOT ACTIVE
MONITOR NOT STOPPED, OUTSTANDING TAPE I/O
TIME PARAMETER SPECIFIES INVALID TIME
START TIME MUST PRECEDE STOP TIME
lIMIT MUST BE BETWEEN 10 and 50000
FOR VALUE MIDNIGHT - COMMAND INVALID
FOR OPTION INVALID WITH AUTODISK OFF
FOR OPTION INVALID WITH MONITOR ON

DMKMCH003E
DMKMCH026E
DMKMCH610W
DMKMCH611W
DMKMCH612W
DMKMCH613I
DMKMCH6141
DMKMCH6151
DMKMCH6161
DMKMCH617I
DMKMCH618I
DMKMCH6191
DMKMCH622W
DMKMCH6241

INVALID OPTION - option
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
MACHINE CHECK SUPERVISOR DAMAGE cpuid
MACHINE CHECK SYSTEM INTEGRITY lOST cpuid
MACHINE CHECK TIMING FACILITIES DAMAGE; RUN SEREP cpuid
SOFT MACHINE CHECK RECORDING DISABLED cpuid
MACHINE CHECK; DAMAGED PAGE NOW DELETED cpuid
MACHINE CHECK RECORDING FAILURE cpuid
MACHINE CHECK; USER user id TERMINATED cpuid
MACHINE CHECK; BUFFER OR D1AT DAMAGE cpuid
{INSTRUCTION RETRYIMAIN STORAGE} NOW IN {RECORDIQUIET} MODE cpuid
MACHINE CHECK; OPERATION TERMINATED cpuid
MACHINE CHECK; MULTIPLE CHANNEL ERRORS
MACHINE CHECK; EXTERNAL DAMAGE cpuid

DMKMCT610W
DMKMCT611W
DMKMCT612W
DMKMCT616I
DMKMCT619I
DMKMCT620I
DMKMCT621I
DMKMCT6231

MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
CHANNEL

CHECK; SUPERVISOR DAMAGE cpuid
CHECK; SYSTEM INTEGRITY LOST cpuid
CHECK; TIMING FACILITIES DAMAGE cpuid
CHECK; USER userid TERMINATED cpuid
CHECK; EXTERNAL DAMAGE
CHECK; ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT BEING USED cpuid
CHECK; AFFINITY SET OFF cpuid
SET CONNECTED TO ATTACHED PROCESSOR

DMKMIA229E MONITOR OUT OF DASD PAGES, IS SHUTTING OFF
DMKMID310E DATE date INVALID; NOT CHANGED
DMKMNI002E INVALID OPERAND - operand
DMKMNI225E INVALID MONITOR USERID SPECIFIED, MON NOT STARTED
DMKKON219I END OF MONITOR TAPE, MONITOR STOPPED BY SYSTEM
DMKMON2201 ERROR ON MONITOR TAPE, MeNITOR STOPPED BY SYSTEK
DMKMSG003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKMSG020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DMKMSG~45E userid NOT LOGGEfrON
DMKMSG057W userid NOT RECEIVING; {DISCOHNECTEDIMSG OFFISMSG OFFINOT AUTHORIZEDIWNG OFF}
DHKNES002E
DKKNES004E
DKKNES006E
DMKNES009E
DMKNES021E

INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID HEX10C - bexloc
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID RANGE - range
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
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DMK
DMKNES026E
DHKNES040E
DHKNES046E
DHKNES049E
DHKNES09aE
DHKNES140E
DHKNES160E
DHKNES115E
DHKNES106E

OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
{DE V ridltype raddr} OFFLINE
LINE addr IN USE
DEV rid MODE SWITCH NOT POSSIBLE
CTLR raddr ATTACHED TC userid
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE
NETWORK TRACE ALREADY IN USE BY userid
LINE addr NOT ENABLED

DMKNET002E
DHKNET003E
DHKNET004E
DHKNET006E
DHKNET009E
DMKNET021E
DHKNET026E
DMKNET033E
DMKNET040E
DHKNET046E
DHKNET049E
DHKNET09aE
DHKNET140E
DHKNET160E

INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID HEXLOC - hexloc
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID RANGE - range
RADDR HISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
{DEV ridltype raddr} OFFLINE
LINE addr IN USE
DEV rid HODE SWITCH NCT POSSIBLE
type raddr ATTACHED TC userid
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

DHKNLD002E
DHKNLD006E
DHKNLD021E
DMKNLD026E
DMKNLD040E
DHKNLD044E
DHKNLD046E
DHKNLD140E
DMKNLD143E
DMKNLD110E
DHKNLD111E
DMKNLD460E
DMKNLD461R
DMKNLD410E
nMKNI.DU11F.

INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
SYSTEM name DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
CTLR raddr ATTACHED TC userid
CTLR raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
SYSTEM name EXCEEIS STORAGE
SYSTE! name VOLID volid NOT MOUNTED
CTLR raddr LOAD FAILED: PROGRAM CHECK
CTLR raddr IPL NOT REQUIRED; ENTER 'YES' TO -CONTINUE
CTLR raddr LOAD FAILED: PAGING I/O ERROR
CTI,R raddr LOAD FilLED: UNRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR

DHKNLE003E
DHKNLE006E
DMKNLE021E
DMKNLE040E
DMKNLE046E
DMKNLE140E
DHKNLE143E
DHKNLE460E
DMKNLE461R
DHKNLE4641
DMKNLE469E
DMKNLE410E
DMKNLE471E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
type raddr OFFLINE
CTLR raddr ATTACHED TC userid
CTLR raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
CTLR raddr DUMP FAILED: PROGRAM CHECK
CTLR raddr IPL NOT REQUIRED; ENTER "YES" TO CONTINUE
CTLR raddr CC=3; rEPRESS 310x "LOAD" BOTTON
CTLR raddr DUMP FAILED: TEMP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
CTLR raddr DUMP FAILED: PAGING I/O ERROR
CTLR raddr DUMP FAILED: UNRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR

DMKNMT241I
DMKNHT24aE
DMKNMT249E
DHKNHT254E
DHKNHT256E
DMKNHT257E

3800 NAMED SYSTEM iaag3800 CREATED
SPECIFIED IMAGE imag NON-EXISTENT
ERROR LOADING IMAG imag
ERROR SAVING imag3800 - RC = (rc)
INSUFFICIENT VIRTUAL STORAGE
RESIDUAL BYTE COUNT = nnnnnnnn (HEX)

DHKPAG415E CONTINUOUS PAGING ERRORS FROM DASD xxx
DHKPGT4001 SYSTEH TEHP SPACE FOLL
DMKPGT4011 SYSTEH TEHP SPACE 90 PERCENT FULL
DHKPRG411W CP ENTERED; TRANSLATION EXCEPTION; WHILE IN NON-EC MODE
DHKPRG453W CP ENTERED; PROGRAM INTERRUPT LOOP
DMKPTR410W CP ENTERED; PAGING ERRCR

258

IBM V8/310 System Hessaqes

D"K
DMKQVM020E
DMKQVMSOOE
DMKQVMS01E
DMKQVM802E
DMKQVMS03E
DMKQVMS06E
DMKQVM807E
DMKQVMS09E

USERID MISSING OR
COMMAND REJECTED,
FREE STORAGE PAGE
COMMAND REJECTED,
COMMAND REJECTED,
COMMAND REJECTED,
COMMAND REJECTED,
COMMAND REJECTED,

INVALID
OTHER VIRTUAL MACHINES LOGGED ON
IS NOT AVAILABLE
DEVICES NOT DEDICATED
SPOOL DEVICES NOT DRAINED
VIRTUAL ADDRESS NOT EQUAL TO REAL ADDRESS
VM/370 ATTACHED PROCESSOR MODE
TRACE/ADSTOP IN EFFECT

DMKRGA4541 LINE addr DISABLED
DMKRGA4551 LINE 'addr' CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL
DHKRGA705I I/O ERROR RESID=resource id STATUS=status LINE=addr
DMKRNDS501
DMKRND8511
DMKRND8521
DMKRND8531
DMKRNDS60I
DMKRNDS61E
DMKRNDS63E

UNABLE TO READ DUMP FRCM READER
TEN DUMP FILES ALREADY EXIST
FATAL I/O ERROR WRITING DUMP
NO DUMP FILES EXIST
FATAL I/O ERROR READING DUMP
DUMP FILE filename NCT FCUND
INVALID PARAMETER - parameter

DMKRNH4541
DMKRNH4621
DMKRNH4631
DMKRNH4641
DMKRNH4651
DMKRNH4681

DEV rid DISABLED
CTLR raddr UNIT CHECK; IPL REQUIRED
CTLR 'raddr' UNIT CHECK; RESTART IN PROGRESS
CTLR raddr CC=3; DEPRESS 370X "LOAD" BUTTON
LINE TRACE TERMINATED DUE TO ERROR
CTLR raddr COMMUNICATIONS SCANNER FAILURE

DMKRSE240E
DMKRSE241E
DMKRSE242E
DMKRSE2521
DMKRSE2551
DMKRSE5001
DMKRSE501A
DMKRSE5011
DMKRSE5021
DMKRSE503A
DMKRSE5031
DMKRSE504A
DMKRSE504I
DMKRSE505A
DMKRSE50S1
DMKRSE520A
DMKRSES201
DMKRSE5211
DMKRSE5241
DMKRSE5251
DMKRSE5291

PRT cuu, FCB-FORMS MISMATCH 6 FILEID nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
PRT cuu, INVALID LOAD MODULE mmmm SPECIFIED, FILE nnnn {HELDIPURGEDl
PRT cuu (3800) INiERVENTION RECQD, STATUS CODE cc
PRT cuu, FILE nnnn REQUEUED AND HELD
PRT cuu, PAGE BUFFER DESTROYED, BACKUP PAGE COUNT = nnnn
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' CHD REJECT CMD='cm' SNS='sense l CSW=ICSW' USERID='userid'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' INT REQ
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' INT REQ CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addrl BUSOUT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' EQUIP CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' EQUIP CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRT} 'addr' DATA CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' DATA CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw'
RDR 'addrl OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense l
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addi' PERM ERROR CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW=ICSW' USERID='userid'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' PERM ERROR CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' CHAN ERROR CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' NO DEVICE CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr t LOAD CHECK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' FORMAT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
{RDRIPRTIPUN} 'addr' PARITY CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'

DMKRSP426E
DMKRSP428E
DMKRSP428E
DMKRSP428E
DMKRSP431A
DMKRSP432A
DMKRSP433A
DMKRSP434A

RDR
PRT
PUN
RDR
RDB
RDR
RDR
RDR

DMKSAV350W
DMKSAV351W
DMKSAV352W
DMKSAV353W

DASD raddr SYSBES VOIID NOT aaaaaa
DASD raddr SYSRES NOT READY
FAT1L DASD I/O EEROR
SYSRES DEVICE TYPE INVALID

DMKSNC044E
DMKSNC171E
DMKS-NC178E
DMKSNC179E
DMKSNC435E

SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PAGING

raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr

SPOOL SPACE FULL; FILE PURGED
SPOOL EBROR; FILE HELD
SPOOL EEROR; FltE HELD
SPOOL EBROR; FILE PURGED
ID CARD MISSING OR INVALID
ID CARD; , userid' NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
10 CARD; INVALID DATA - 'data'
FATAL I/O ERBOR; FILE PURGED

name DOES NOT EXIST
name VOLID volid NOT MOUNTED
name EXCEEDS AVAILABLE DASD SPACE
name VOlID volid NOT CP OWNED
ERROR WRITING SAVED SYSTEM

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DMK
DMKSPH026E
DHKSPH804E
DHKSPM805E
DMKSPK8081

OPERAND HISSING OR INVALID
SINGLE PROCESSOR "ODE CN REJECTED
SINGLE PROCESSOR MOD! OFF REJECTED
SINGLE PROCESSOR MODE ACTIVE

DMKSPS014E
DMKSPS026E
DMKSPS026E
DMKSPS028E
DKKSPS028E
DMKSPS037E
DMKSPS037E
DMKSPS426E
DMKSPS428E
DMKSPS428E

TAPE raddr DUMP TAPE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
CLASS MISSING OR INVALID
!APE raddr INVALID FOR STORAGE COMMAND
TAPE raddr INVALID FOR STORAGE COMMAND
{RDRITAPE} raddr SPOCL SPACE FULL; FILE PURGED
{PRTIPUNIRDR} raddr SFCOL ERROR; FILE {HELDIPURGED}
{PRTIPUNIRDRITAPE} raddr SPOOL ERROR; FILE {HELDIPURGED}

DKKSPT002E
DMKSPT003E
DMKSPT006E
DKKSPT008E
DMKSPT021E
DMKSPT040E
DMKSPT046E
DMKSPT140E
DMKSPT143E

INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
INVALID SPOOLID - spoolid
RADDR KISSING OR INVALID
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
{DE V ridltype raddr} OFFLINE
type raddr ATTACHED TC userid
type raddr IN US! BY SYSTEM

DMKSSS071E
DMKSSS072E
DMKSSS075E
DMKSSS0881
DMKSSS438E

DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - MSS CANNOT BE ACCESSED
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
DEVICE 'raddr' IS NOT AVAILABLE
MSS MOUNT PROCEEDING FCR VOLUME 'volid'
DEVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR ATTACH

DMKSST070E
DMKSST072E
DMKSST013E
DMKSST018E

shared-status MSS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE
DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
MSS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - REASON CODE xx
KSS ~OUNT PROCEEDING FCR VOLUME 'volid'

DMKSSU074E MISSING INTERRUPT - tFVICE 'raddr'
DMKTAPI)OO1 TAPE 'addr' CMD REJECT CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID=' userid'
ut;I"'m" ,....1::'1\1,
Ul'ln.LtlrJVI,a
~ addr' INT tl1:'n
DMKTAP5021 TAPE 'addr' BUSOUT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID= 'userid'
DMKTAP5031 TAPE 'addr' EQUIP CK CMD='cm' S NS=' sense' CSW='csv' USERID= 'userid'
DMKTAP504D 'lAPE ' addr' DATA CK CMD='cII' SNS=I sense' CSW=ICSV' OSERID= 'userid'
DMKTAP505D TAPE I addr' OVERRUN CK CMD='clI' SNS=' sense' CSW='csv' OSERID=' userid '
DMKTAP51 01 TAPE 'addr' CONVERT CK CHD='cm' SNS=' sense' CSW='csv' OSERID='userid'
DMKTAP511I TAPE ' addr' COKPAT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' OSERID=' userid
DMKTAP5121 TAPE ' addr' LOAD POINT CHD=' cm' SNS=' sense' CSW='csv' OSERID=' userid '
DMKTAP5131 TAPE 'addr' FILE PROT CHD='clI' SNS=' sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
DMKTA P5161 TAPE 'addr' BAD SENSE CHD=' cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv l OSERID='userid'
DMKTAP517I TAPE 'addr' NOT/KNOWN CMD='cm' SNS=' sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
DMKTAP5181 TAPE ' addr' RECV ERRCR CMD='cII' SNS='sense' CSW=' csv' USERID= , user id '
DMKTAP5191 TAPE laddr' PE BURST CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW=' csv I OSERID='userid l
DMKTAP5201 TAPE 'addr' CHAN ERRCR CHD=' cm' SNS=' sense' CSW='csw' OSERID= , user id '
DMKTAP521I TAPE 'addr' NO DEVICE CMD=I CII' SNS=' sensei CSW='csv' USERID= I user id '
DMKTAP5221 TAPE 'addr' ERASE CK CMD='cm' SNS=' sense' CSW='csw' OSERID=' user id'
DMKTAPI)231 TAPE 'addr' CONTROL CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID= '.aserid '
DMKTAP5261 TAPE 'addr' DSE FAILEt CKD= I cm' SNS=' sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid '
ft'\1lnT:l

T'\

.I.ftr.L:I

.l.l.AJ"a:!

DKKTCS240E PRT cuu, FCB-FORMS MISMATCH, FILEID nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
DKKTCS241E PRT cuu, INVALID LOAD HODOLE mmmm SPECIFIED, FILE nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
DMKTHI002E INVALID OPERAND - operand
DMKTHI003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKTHI~26E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DKKTHI045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DMKTRA002E INVALID OPERAND - operand
INVALID OPTION - option
DMKTRA013E CONFLICTING OPTION - option
DMKTRA026E OPERAND MISSING OR INVALID
DMKTRA180W TRACE NCT IN EFFECT
DMKTFA182E (reserved for IBM use)
DMKTR~003E

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V~/370

System

~essages

DMK
DMKUDR4751 FATAL 10 ERROR TRYING TO READ DIRECTORY
DMKUS0003E INVALID OPTION - option
DMKUS0020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DMKUS0045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DMKVAT064E SHADOW TABLE BYPASS; RESET
DMKVCH034E
DMKVCH048E
DMKVCH129E
DMKVCH130E
DMKVCH132E
DMKVCH138E

CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL

D~KVDA003E

INVALID OPTION - option
INVALID DEVICE TYPF - addr
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID raddr
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID vaddr
VOLID MISSING OR INVALID
CHANNEL MISSING OR INVALID
DEi addr DOES NOT EXISi
userid NOT LOGGED ON
type raddr OFFLINE
THE 'volid' PARAMETER IS INVALID
INVALID REQUEST FOR tEVICE 'nnn'
type raddr NOT ATTACHED; userid vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
type raddr NOT ATTACHED TO userid
type raddr ALREADY A~TACHED TO userid
DASD raddr CP OWNED
DASD raddr IN USE BY nnn USERS
DASD raddr VOLID volid ALREADY ATTACHED TO SYSTEM
DASD raddr ERROR REAtING VOLID
DASD raddr VOLID volid DOES NOT MATCH
DASD raddr ERROR REAtING ALLOCATION RECORD
INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE AVAILABLE FOR ATTACH REQUEST
DASD raddr NOT READY
TYPE vaddr NOT ATTACHED; CHAN x DEDICATED
TYPE vaddr NOT DETACHED; CHAN x DEDICATED
DASD raddr NOT ATTACHED; 3330V NOT ACCEPTED AS SYSTEM VOLUME
type raddr ATTACHED TO userid
PRT cuu NOT DRAINED
type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
DASD (addr) NOT ATTACHED, BUSY PERSISTS, IOBSTAT=xx, IOBCSW+4=yyyy

DMKVDA006E
DMKYDA020E
DMKVDA021E
DMKVDA022E
DMKVDA023E
DMKVDA034E
DMKVDA040E
DMKVDA045E
DMKVDA046E
DMKVDA076E
DMKVDA077E
DMKVDA120E
DMKVDA121E
DHKVDA122E
DMKVDA123E
DMKVDA124E
DMKVDA125E
DMKVDA126E
DMKVDA127E
DMKVDA128E
DMKVDA131E
DMKVDA133E
DMKVDA134E
DMKVDA135E
DMKVDA139E
DMKVDA140E
DMKVDA142E
DMKVDA143E
DMKVDA151I
DMKVDD006E
DMKVDD020E
DMKVDD021E
DMKVDD022E
DMKVDD040E
DMKVDD045E
DMKVDDO~E

DMKVDD121E
DMKVDD123E
DMKVDD124E
DMKVDn134E
DMKVDD135E
DMKVDD140E
DMKVDD142E
DMKVDD143E

MISSING OR INVALID
x DOES NOT EXIST
x DEVICES IN USE
x NOT ATTACHED TO userid
x ALREAtY DEFINED BY userid
x NOT ATTACHEt; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE

INVALID DEVICE TYPE - addr
USERID MISSING OR INVALID
RADDR MISSING OR INVALID raddr
VADDR MISSING OR INVALID vaddr
DEV addr DOES NOT EXIST
userid NOT LOGGED ON
type raddr OFFLINE
type raddr NOT ATTACHED to userid
DASD raddr CP OWNED
DASD raddr IN USE BY nnn USERS
CHANNEL MISSING OR INVALID
TYPE vaddr NOT DETACHED; CHAN x DEDICATED
type raddr ATTACHED TC userid
TYPE raddr NOT DRAINED
TYPE raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM

DMKVDS465E CTLR raddr EMULATOR LINES IN USE BY SYSTEM
DMKVER5751 I/O ERROR ADD=raddr, USERID= userid
DftKV!tA161E SHARED PAGEhexloc AlTERED BY userid
DMKVMA456w CP ENTERED; name SHABED PAGE hexloc ALTERED
DMKVMD009E INVALID RANGE - range
DMKVMD013E CONFLICTING OPTION - option
DMKVMD020E USERID MISSING OR INVALID
DMKVMD033E HEXLOC MISSING OR INVALID
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DMK
DMKVMD038E
DMKVMD053E
DMKVMD1ij61
DMKVMD160E

PARAMETER paremeter FCR option OPTION MISSING OR INVALID
userid NOT IN CP EIRECTORY
DUMP FAILED; SPOOLING ERROR
HEXLOC hexloc EXCEEDS STORAGE

DMKVMI022E
DMKVMI230E
DMKVMI231E
DMKVMI232E
DMKVM1233E
DMKVMI23ijE

VADDR MISSING OR INVALID
IPL SID ERROR
IPL TID ERROR
IPL UNIT ERROR; CSW csw SNS sense
1PL OVERLAY ERROR
1PL SENSE ERROR

DMKVSPij271 [CONIPRTIPUNJ vaddr SYSTEM SPQOL SPACE FULL: FILE CLOSED
DMKVSPij291 [CONIPRT\PUNl vaddr SPCOL ERROR: FILE PURGED
DMKVSPij291 RDR vaddr SPOOL EEROR; FILE HELD
DMKWRM90ijW
nHKWRM912W
DMKWRM9201
OMKWRM921W

262

SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE:
SYSTEM RECOVERY FAILURE;
NO WARM START DATA; CKPT
SYSTEM BECOVERY FAILURE;

IBM VM/370 System Messages

INVALID WARM START DATA
VOLID 'volid' NOT MOUNTED
START FOR RETRY
UNRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR

D!!S

eMS Message Summary
DMSABN148T
D!!SABN149T
D!!SABN1S0W
DKSABN1S2T
D!!SABN1S3W
DKSABN1SST

SYSTEM ABEND xxx CALLED FRO!! 'addr'
nnn (HEX xxx) DOUBLEWORDS OF SYSTEM STORAGE HAVE BEEN DESTROYED. RE-IPL CMS
nnn (HEX xxx) DOUELEWCRDS OP SYSTEM STORAGE WERE NOT RECOVERED
SYSTE!! ABEND xxx CALLED FROM addr WHILE 'UFDBUSY' = xx. RE-IPL CftS
'HX' DURING ABEND PROCESSING WAS IGNORED
USER ABEND nnnn CALLED FRO!! addr

D!!SACC002E
DMSACC003E
DMSACC017E
DMSACC048E
DKSACC060E
DKSACC109S
DKSACCl12S
DKSACCl13S
DKSACC230W
DKSACC240S
DMSACC7231
DMSACC724I
DMSACC72S1
DMSACC7261

FILE 'DMSROS TEXT' NOi FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS 'cou'
INVALID MODE 'mode'
!cuu! ALREADY ACCESSED AS READ/iRITE imode; DISK
PILE{S) 'fn (ft (fm]]' NCT FOUND. DISK 'aode(cuu)' WILL HOT BE ACCESSED
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DISK 'mode (cuu), DEVICE ERROR
mode (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
OS DISK - FILEID AND/OR OPTIONS SPECIFIED ARE IGNORED
ERROR LOADING FEAD OS ROUTINE 'DMSROS TEXT'
mode (cuu) {R/OIR/W} (-OSI-DOS]
cue REPLACES mode (ccu)
cuu ALSO = 'mode' [-OS I-DOS] DISK
'cuu mode' RELEASED

DMSAKS001E
D!!SA!!S002E
D!!SA!!S003E
DKSAKS006E
DMSAMS007E
DKSAMS06SE
DKSAMS066E
DMSAMS070E
DMSA8S109S
D8SAMSl13S
DMSAMS136S
DMSAHS228E
DKSAHS367R
DMSAMS7221

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fnamel AMSERV' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED FOR 'fname2 LISTING'
PILE 'fnamel AMSERV fa' NOT FIXED BO-CHAR. RECORDS
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARA8ETEB 'parameter'
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
{TAPINITAPOUT} (addr) NOT ATTACHED
UNABLE TO LOAD 'IDCMAS'.
NO DDNAME ENTERED
ENTER TAPE {INPUTIOUTPUT} DDNAMES:
PILE 'fname2 LISTING fm' WILL HOLD AMSERV OUTPUT

DMSARE017E
DKSARE02BE
DMSARE048E
DMSARE069E
DMSARE070E

INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS 'euu'
NO DEVICE SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE !mode!
DISK '{modelcuu}' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'

DKSARN001E
DMSARN002E
DMSARN003E
DMSARN004W
DMSARN006E
DMSARN007E
DMSARNOOBW
DMSARN012W
DHSARN016w

NO PILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
WARNING MESSAGES ISSUED
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ft f.' IS NeT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
SEVERE ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
TERMINAL ERROR 8ESSAeES ISSUED

D~SACC059E

DMSARX001E
DMSARX002E
D!!SARX003E
DMSARX006E
DliSARXO·07E
DMSARX038E
D!!SARXOS2E
DMSARX070E
DMSARX074E

NO PILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn AS8370S' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ASft370S' IS lfOT FIXED .. SO-CHAR. RECORDS
FILEID CONFLICT FOR DDNAME 'ASM370S'
MORE THAN 100 CHARS OF OPTIONS SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR SETTING/RESETTING AUXILIARY DIRECTORY
D-MS-!Hi}-75-E DEVICE -f device" INVAlID FOR INPUT

DKSASH001E
DHSASM002E
DMSASM003E
DMSASM006E
DMSASM007E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ASSEMBLE' NOi POUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ASSEMBLE' IS NOT FIXED, BO-CHAR. RECORDS
Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamericallv by Message Identifier

263·

DMS
DMSASM038E
DMSASM052E
DMSASM070E
DMSASM074E
DMSASK075E

FILEID CONFLICT FCR DDNAME 'ASSEMBLE'
MORE THAN 100 CHARS OF OPTIONS SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR SETTING/RESETTING AUXILIARY DIRECTORY
DEVICE 'device' INVALID FOR INPUT

DMSASN003E
DKSASN027E
DMSASN028E
DMSASN029E
DMSASN035E
DMSASN050E
DMSASNQ65E
DMSASN066E
DMSASN069E
DMSASN070E
DMSASN087E
DMSASN090E
DMSASN099E
DMSASN113S

INVALID OPTION 'option'
INVALID DEVICE 'device'
NO LOGICAL UNIT SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD.
INVALID TAPE MODE
PARAMETER MISSING AFTER SYSxxx
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID ASSIGNMENT OF 'SYSxxx' TO DEVICE 'device'
INVALID DEVICE CLASS 'deviceclass' FOR 'device'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
{TAPnlmodeIREADERIPUNCHIPRINTER} (cuu) NOT ATTACHED

DMSBOP037E
DMSBOP043E
DMSBOP058E
DMSBOP069E
DMSBOP086W
DMSBOP088E
DMSBOP089E
DMSBOP113S
DMSBOP302E
DMSBOP308E
DMSBOP400S
DMSBOP401S
DMSBOP410S
DMSBOP413S
DMSBOP995E

DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
TAPn IS FILE PROTECTED
END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE ON 'TAPn'
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
DLBL 'ddname' DUMMY INVALID FOR VSAM
UNSUPPORTED D~F TYPE 'dtftype'
OPEN ERROR CODE 'nn' CN {fnISYSxxxITAPn}
{TAPnlmode (cuu)} NO! A~TACHED
NO SYSxxx OPERAND SPECIFIED
'mode' DISK IN CMS FORMAT; INVALID FOR NON-CMS DATASET
SYSTEM 'sysname' DOES NOT EXIST
VM SIZE (size) CANNOT EXCEED 'DMSDOS' START ADDRESS (address)
CONTROL PROGRAM EEROR INDICATION 'retcode'
STORAGE NOT INITIALIZED FOR VSAM PROCESSING
UNABLE TO OBTAIN FREE STCRAGE FOR DMSBOP PROCESSING.
REDEFINE STORAGE SIZE
DMSBOP996E NO LOGIC MODULE POINTER IN DTF FOR 'filename'
D~SBTB100E NO BATCH PROCESSOR AVAILABLE
DMSBTB101E BATCH NOT LOADED

DMSBTP105E
DMSBTP106E
DMSBTP107E
DMSBTP108E
DMSBTP109E

NO JOB CARD PROVltED
JOB CARD FORMAT INVALID
CP/CMS COMMAND 'command, (device)' NOT ALLOWED
/SET CARD FORMAT INVALID
{CPUIPRINTERIPUNCB} lIMIT EXCEEDED

DMSBWR107S DISK 'mode (cuu)' IS FULL
DMSBiR109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DMSBWR170S DISK 'mode (cuu) , HAS MAXIMUM NUMBER OF FILES
DMSCI0113S {READERIPUNCH} NOT ATTACHED
DMSCI0145S INTERVENTION REQUIRED ON {PRINTERIPUNCH}
DKSCIT171T PERMANENT CONSOLE ERROR, RE-IPL CMS.
DMSCLS043E
DMSCLS058E
DMSCLS088E
DMSCLS089E
DMSCLS113S
DMSCLS140S
DMSCLS429r

TAPn IS FILE PROTECTED
END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE ON 'TAPn'
UNSUPPORTED DTF TYPE 'dtftype'
CLOSE ERBOR CODE 'nn' ON '{fnISYSxxxITAPn}'
'TAPn (CUU) , NOT ATTACHED
'FEOVISEOV' MACRO NOT SUPPORTED
'TAPn (CUU) , EOT ON CUT PUT

DMSCMP002E
DMSCMP003E
DMSCMP005E
DMSCMP009E
DMSCMP010E
DMSCMP011E
DMSCMP019E
DMSCMP029E

FILE 'fn [ft [fm]]' NeT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO COLUMN SPECIFIED
COLUMN 'col' EXCEEDS RECORD LENGTH
PREMATURE EOF ON FILE ['fn ft [fm]']
CONFLICTING FILE FORMATS
IDENTICAL FILEIDS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'COL' FIELD

264

IBM VM/370 system Messages

D~S

DMSCMP054E
DMSCMP062E
DMSCMP104S
DMSCMP109S
DMSCMP1791
DMSCMP209W
DMSCMP211E

INCOMPLETE FILEIt SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FltEID
ERROR 'nn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
COMPARING 'fn ft fm' WITH 'fn ft fm'
FILES DO NOT COMPARE
COLUMN FIELDS OUT OF SEQUENCE

DMSCMS006E
DMSCMS095E
DMSCMS110E
DMSCMS111E
DMSCMS141S
DMSCMS412S
DHSCMS7151

NO READ/WRITE A-tISK ACCESSED
INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
CORRECT FORM IS: CMSXGEN LOCATION (SEGNAME)
CMSXGEN FAILED DUE TC LOAD ERRORS
CMSXGEN FAILED DUE TC SAVESYS ERRORS
CMSIGEN FAILED DUE TO SETKEY ERROR
CMSXGEN COMPLETE

DMSCPY002E
DMSCPY003E
DMSCPY024E
DMSCPY029E
DMSCPY030E
DMSCPY037E
DHSCPY042E
DMSCPY048E
DMSCPY054E
DMSCPY062E
DMSCPY063E
DMSCPY064E
DMSCPY065E
DMSCPY066E
DMSCPY067E
DMSCPY068E
DMSCPY069E
DMSCPY101S
DMSCPY102S
DMSCPY103S
DMSCPY156E
DMSCPY157E
DMSCPY172E
DMSCPY173E
DMSCPY601R
DMSCPY602R
DMSCPY721I
DHSCPY901T
DMSCPY903T
DMSCPY904T

{INPUTIOVERLAY} FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft fm' ALREADY EXISTS-- SPECIFY 'REPLACE'
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
FILE 'fn ft fm' ALREADY ACTIVE
DISK 'mode' IS READ/CNLY
NO FILEID(S) SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'fm'
INCOMPLETE FILEIE SPECIFIED
INVALID CHAR' {=I*lchar}' IN FILEID ('fn ft fm]'
NO {TRANSLATIONISPECIFICATION} LIST ENTERED
INVALID [TRANSLATE] SPECIFICATION AT OR NEAR , ••••••••• ,
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option! ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
CO~BINED INPUT FILES ILLEGAL WITH PACK OR UNPACK OPTIONS
INPUT FILE 'fn ft fm' NOT IN PACKED FORMAT
DISK MODE NOT ACCESSED
'SPECS' TEMP STRING STCRAGE EXHAUSTED AT , •••••••• ,
TOO MANY FILEIDS
NUMBER OF SPECS EXCEEDS MAX 20
'FROM nnn' NOT FOUND - FILE 'fn ft fm' HAS ONLY 'nnn' RECORDS
LABEL 'label' NOT FOUND IN FILE 'fn ft fm'
TO LABEL 'label' {EQUALS I IS AN INITIAL SUBSTRING OF} FRLABEL 'label'
NO RECORDS WERE COPIED TO OUTPUT FILE 'fn ft fm'
ENTER SPECIFICATION lIST:
ENTER TRANSLATION LIST:
COPY 'fn ft fm' [{T0IAPPENDIOVLY} 'fn ft fm' {OLDINEW} FILE]
UNEXPECTED ERROR AT 'addr': FlrST 'plist' AT 'addr', BASE 'addr', n~ !nn!
IMPOSSIBLE PHASE CODE 'xx'
UNEXPECTED UNPACK ERROR AT 'addr', BASE 'addr'

DMSCRD171T PERMANENT CONSOLE ERRCR. RE-IPL CMS.
DMSCWR171T PERMANENT CONSOLE ERROR. RE-IPL CMS.
DMSDBG113S PRINTER (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
DMSDBG7281 DEBUG ENTERED [EXTERNAL INTIBREAKPOINT nn AT xxxxxx]
DMSDI0905S WRITE-INHIBIT SWITCH SET ON DRIVE ••• NOTIFY OPERATOR
DMSDLB001E
DMSDLB003E
DMSDLB005E
DMSDLB023E
DMSDLB048E
DMSDLB050E
DMSDLB065E
DMSDLB066E
DMSDLB070E
DMSDLB086E
DBsnLB109S

DMSDLB220R
DeSDLB221E
DMSDLB301E
DKSDLB302E
DMSDLB304E
DMSDLB305E

NO FILENAME SPEC1FIED
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO'{CATIBUFSP}' SPECIFIED
NO FILETYPE SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'mode'
PARAMETER MISSING AFTER DDNAME
·option' OPTION SEPCIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID DDNAME 'ddname'
VIRTY-AL S'l'-ORAGE CAP-ACITY EXCEEDED
ENTER DATA SET NAeE:
INVALID DATA SET NAME
'SYSIII' NOT ASSIGNED FOR DISK 'fm'
NO SYSXIX OPERAND ENTERED
INVALID OPERAND VALUE 'value'
INCOMPLETE EXTENT RANGE
Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically by Message Identifier

255

DftS
DMSDLB306E
DMSDLB307E
DMSDLB308E
DMSDLB320I
DMSDLB321I
DMSDLB322I
D8SDLB323I
DHSDLB324I
DMSDLB330R
DHSDLB331R

SYSxxx NOT ASSIGNED FCR 'IGNORE'
CATALOG DDNAME 'ddname' NOT FOUND
'mode' DISK IN [NON-]CftS FORftAT: INVALID FOR [NON-]CftS D1TASET
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DISK ENTRIES RECORDED
MAXIftUft NUMBER OF EXTENTS RECORDED
'ddname' NOT FOUND: NO CLEAR EXECUTED
{MASTERIJOB} CATALOG DLBI CLEARED
NO USER DEFINED DLEL's IN EFFECT
EN~ER VOLUME SPECIFICATIONS:
ENTER EXTENT SPECIFICATIONS:

DMSDLK001E
DMSDLK003E
DHSDLK006E
DMSDLK007E
DMSDLK070E
DMSDLK099E
DMSDLK104S
DMSDLK105S
DMSDLK210E
DMSDLK245S

NO FILENAME SPECIFIEE
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ft f.' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
INVALID PARAftETER 'parameter'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONftEN'I NOT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' READIN~ FILE 'fn ft fs' FROft DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
LIBRARY 'fn ft' IS ON A READ-ONLY DISK
ERROR 'nnn'ON PRINTER

DMSDMP020W INVALID PDUftP ADDRESS 'address' - NO DUftP OPERATION PERFORMED
DMSDOS004E
DMSDOS091E
DHSDOS092E
DMSDOS093E
DMSDOS094E
DftSDOS095E
DMSDOS096S
DMSDOS121S
DHSDOS140S
DMSDOS160S
DMSDOS401S
DMSDOS413S

PHASE 'phase' NO'! FOUND
SAVEAREA ADDRESS IN PARTITION PIB NOT EQUIVALENT TO LTl SAVEAREA ADDRESS
STXIT SAVEAREA ADDRESS INVALID
MVCOM ftACRO ATTEftPT TO ALTER OTHER THAN POSITION 12-23 OF COftREG
FROM ADDRESS ON MVCOM MACRO INVALID
INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
UNSUPPORTED FUNCTION IN A LIOCS ROUTINE
UNSUPPORTED SVC no. (HEX no.) CALLED FROft caller
{FEOVDISEOVIFEOV} ftACRO NOT SUPPORTED
JOB CANCELED DUE TO FROGRAft REQUEST
VM SIZE (size) CANNOT EXCEED 'DMSDOS' START ADDRESS (address)
STORAGE NOT INITIALIZED FOR VSAft PROCESSING

DHSDSK002E
DMSDSK009E
DHSDSK014E
D!SDSKQ37E
DMSDSK047E
DMSDSK048E
DHSDSK054E
DHSDSK062E
DMSDSK070E
DftSDSK077E
DMSDSK078E
DftSDSK104S
DftSDSK105s
DMSDSKl18S
DMSDSK124S
DftSDSK205w

FILE 'fn ft fs' NeT FCUND
'col' EXC!EDS RECORD LENGTH
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
DISK '~ode' IS READ/ONLY
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
INVALID ftODE '.ode'
INCOMPLETE FILEIE SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILlID ['fn ft f.']
INVALID PARAMETER 'paraseter'
END CARD ftISSING FRO! INPUT DECK
INVALID CARD IN INPUT DECK
ERROR Inn' READIN~ FILE 'fn ft fs' FROft DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft f.' TO DISK
ERROR PUNCHING FILE
ERROR READING CARD FILE
READER EftPTY OR NOT READY

DMSDSL002E
DMSDSL003E
DMSDSL013W
DMSDSL014E
DMSDSL037E
DHSDSL046E
DMSDSL047E
DHSDSL069E
DHSDSL070E
DMSDSL098E
DHSDSL104S
DHSDSL105S
DHSDSL213W

FILE 'fm doslib' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
PHASE 'phase' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn DOSLIB fm'
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
DISK '.ode' IS.R!AD/ONLY
NO LIBPARY NAHE SPECIFIED
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO PHASE NAHE SPECIFIED
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn DOSLIB f.' FROK DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fs' ON DISK
LIBRARY 'fn DOSLIE fm' NeT CREATED.

DMSDSV003E
DMSDSV021W
DHSDSV022w
DMSDSV023W
DMSDSV024W

INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO TRANSIENT DIRECTORY
NO CORE IftAGE DIRECTORY
NO RELOCATABLE DIRECTORY
NO PROCEDURE DIRECTORY

266

COLU~N

IBH VH/370 System Messages

D~S

DMSDSV02SW
DMSDSV026W
DMSDSV027E
DMSDSV027W
DMSDSV028W
DMSDSV047E
DMSDSV06SE
DMSDSV066E
DMSDSV070E
DMSDSV09SE
DMSDSV099E
DMSDSV10SS
DMSDSV24SS

NO SOURCE STATEMENT DIRECTORY
'phase' NOT IN LIERARY
INVALID DEVICE Inn'
NO PRIVATE CORE IMAGE lIBRARY
NO {PRIVATEISYSTEM} TRANSIENT DIRECTORY ENTRIES
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIEE
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NCT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'DSERV MAP IS' ON DISK
ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER

DMSEDI003E
DMSEDI024E
DMSEDI029E
DMSEDI044E
DMSEDIOS4E
DMSEDI076E
DMSEDI104S
DMSEDI10SS
DMSEDI117S
DHSEDI132S
DMSEDI143S
DMSEDI144S

INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'EDIT CMSUT1 fm' ALREADY EXISTS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'LRECL' FIELD
RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS AllOWABLE MAXIMUM
INCOMPLETE FILEIE SPECIFIED
ACTUAL BECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS THAT SPECIFIED
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' TO DISK
ERROR WRITING TO EISPLAY TERMINAL
FILE 'fn ft fm' TOO LARGE
UNABLE TO LOAD SAVED SYSTEM OR LOAD MODULE
REQUESTED FILE IS IN ACTIVE STATUS

DMSERR21ST NO VIRTUAL CONSOLE ATTACHED. RE-IPL CMS
DMSERS002E
DMSERS003E
DMSERS037E
DMSERS048E
DMSERSOS4E
DMSERS069E
DMSERS070E
DMSERS071E
DMSERS109T

FILE ['fn [ f t rfm]]'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILEIE SPECIFIED
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERASE * * [fml*] NOT ALLOWED
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED

DMSERV001E
DMSERV002E
DMSERV006E
DMSERV027E
DMSERV037E
DMSERV070E
DMSERV099E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ESERV' NOT FCUND
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
INVALID DEVICE 'device' FOR SYSxxx
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID ARGUMENT 'argument'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE

DMSEXC001E NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
DMSEXT072E ERROR IN EXEC FILE fn

LINE nn - message

DMSFCH016E
DMSFCH104S
DHSFCH109S
DMSFCH113S
DMSFCH11SE
DMSFCH411S
DMSFCH777S

NO PRIVATE CORE IMAGE LIBRARY FOUND
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DISK (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
PHASE LOAD POINT lESS THAN 'address'
INPUT ERROR CODE Inn' CN '{SYSRESISYSCLB}'
DOS PARTITION TOO SMAll TO ACCOMMODATE FETCH REQUEST

DMSFET003E
DMSFET004E
DMSFET029E
DMSFET070E
DHSFET098E
DMSFET099E
DMSFET7101

INVALID OPTION 'option'
PHASE 'phase' NOT FOUND
INVALID PARAMETER 'paraaeter' IN THE OPTION 'ORIGIN' FIELD
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO PHASE NAME SPECIFIED
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
PHASE 'phase' ENTRY PCINT AT LOCATION XXXXXX

DHSPLD003E
DMSFLD023E
DMSFLD027E
DHSFLD029E
DHSFLD03SE
DHSFLDOSOE

INVALID OPTION 'option!
NO FILETYPE SPECIFIED
INVALID DEVICE 'device name'
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
INVALID TAPE MODE
PARAMETER ~ISSING AFTER DDNAME
Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically bV Message Id9ntifier

267

DMS
DMSFLD065E 'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DMSFLD069I DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
DMSFLD070E INVAL~D PARAMETER 'parameter'
DMSFLD220R ENTER DATA SET NAME:
DMSFLD221E INVALID DATA SET NAME 'data set name'
DMSFLD224E FILEID ALREADY IN USE
DMSFLD420E NSL EXIT FILENAME MISSING OR INVALID
DMSFLD704I INVALID CLEAR REQUEST
D~SFLD066E

DMSFNS109T VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DMSFNS908T FILE SYSTEM ERROR DETECTED. VIRTUAL ADDR 'cuu'. REASON CODE 'nnw.
DMSFNS909T PERM I/O ERROR ON 'cuu'.
CSW cccccccc cccccccc SENSE ssssssss ssssssss
ssssssss ssssssss ssssssss.

ssssssss

DMSFOR003E INVALID OPTION 'option'
DMSFOR005E NO OPTION 'option' SPECIFIED
~MSFOR017E !NVAIID DEVICE ACCRESS 'cuu'
DMSFOR028E NO DEVICE SPECIFIED
DMSFOR037E DISK 'mode[ (cuu»)' IS READ/ONLY
DMSFOR04SE INVALID MODE 'mode'
DMSFOR069E DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
DMSFOR070E INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
DMSFOR113S cuu NOT ATTACHED
DMSFOR114S 'cuu' IS AN UNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE
DMSFOR125S PERMANENT UNIT CHECK ON DISK 'aode(cuu)'
DMSFOR126S ERROR {READIWRIT}ING LABEL ON DISK 'mode (cuu) ,
DMSFOR214W CANNOT RECOMPUTE WITHOUT LOSS OF DATA. NO CHANGE
DMSFOR253E FILE fn ft fm CANNOT BE HANDLED WITH SUPPLIED PARAMETER LIST
DMSFOR603R FORMAT WILL ERASE ALI FILES ON DISK 'mode(cuu)'. DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? (YESINO):
DMSFOR605R ENTER DISK LABEL:
DMSFOR705I DISK REMAINS UNCHANGED
DMSFOR732I 'nnn' CYLINDERS FORMATTED ON DISK '.ode(cu~'
DMSFOR732I 'nnn' {CYLINDERSIFB-512 BLOCKS] FORMATTED ON DISK 'mode(cu~'
DMSFOR733I FORMATTING DISK 'mode'
DHSFRE159T
DMSFRE160T
DMSFRE161T
DMSFRE162T
DMSFRE163T
DMSFRE164T
DMSFRE165T
DMSFRE166T
DMSFRE167T

INSUFFICIENT STORAGE AVAILABLE TO SATISFY DMSFREE REQUEST FROM addr
INVALID DMSFREE CALL FRCM addr
INVALID DHSFRET CALL FROM addr, ERROR NUMBER nn
VITAL FREE STORAGE POINTERS DESTROYED (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn), RE-IPL CMS
{LOWIHIGHj-CORE uSER CHAIN HAS BEE~ DESTROYED (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn).
{LOWIHIGH}-CORE NUCLEUS STORAGE POINTERS DESTROYED (INTERNAL ERROR cODE nn).
CHAIN HEADER AT addr: JXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXX
UNEXPECTED ERROR IN FREE STORAGE MANAGEMENT ROUTINE (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn). RE-IPL CMS
FREE STORAGE MANAGEMENT ERROR, INTERNAL CODE ERROR nn

DMSGEN006E
DMSGEN095E
DMSGEN110E
DMSGEN111E
DMSGEN141S
DMSGEN7151

NO READ/WRITE A-CISK ACCESSED
INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
CORRECT FORM IS: tOSGEN LOCATION SEGNAME
DOSGEN FAILED DUE TO LOAD ERRORS
DOSGEN FAILED DUE TO SAVESYS ERRORS
DOSGEN COMPLETE

DMSGLB002W
DMSGLB014E
DMSGLB047E
DMSGLB10SS

FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
MORE THAN 8 LIBRARIES SPECIFIED

DMSGND002W
DMSGND021E
DMSGND022E
DMSGND070E

FILE 'fn ft fm' NCT FCUND
ENTRY POINT 'name' NC! FOUND
NO DIRECTORY NAME SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'

DMSGRN002E
DMSGRN003E
DMSGRN007E
DHSGRNOqSE
DMSGRN05QE
DMSGRN078E

FILE 'fn ft (fm]' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILEIt SPECIFIED
INVALID CARD IN INPUT FILE '80 character card image'

DMSHLP002E INPUT PILE(S) Ifn ft fro' NOT FOUND
DMSHLP003E INVALID OPTION 'option'
268

IB~

VM/370 system Messaqes

D11S
DMSDSV02SW
DMSDSV026W
DMSDSV027E
DMSDSV027W
DMSDSV028W
DMSDSV047E
DMSDSV06SE
DMSDSV066E
DMSDSV070E
DMSDSV09SE
DMSDSV099E
DMSDSV105S
DMSDSV24SS

NO SOURCE STATEMENT DIRECTORY
'phase' NOT IN LIERARY
INVALID DEVICE Inn'
NO PRIVATE CORE IMAGE LIBRARY
NO {PRIVATEISYSTEM} TRANSIENT DIRECTORY ENTRIES
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIEt
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NeT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'DSERV MAP AS' ON DISK
ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER

DMSEDI003E INVALID OPTION ;option;

DMSEDI024E
DMSEDI029E
DMSEDI044E
DMSEDIOS4E
DMSEDI076E
DMSEDI104S
DMSEDI10SS
DMSEDI117S
DMSEDI132S
DMSEDI143S
DMSEDI144S

FILE 'EDIT CMSUT1 fm' ALREADY EXISTS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'LRECL' FIELD
RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS ALLOWABLE MAXIMUM
INCOMPLETE FILElt SPECIFIED
ACTUAL RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS THAT SPECIFIED
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' TO DISK
ERROR WRITING TO tIS PLAY TERMINAL
FILE 'fn ft fm' TCO LARGE
UNABLE TO LOAD SAVED SYSTEM OR LOAD MODULE
REQUESTED FILE IS IN ACTIVE STATUS

DMSERR21ST NO VIRTUAL CONSOLE ATTACHED. RE-IPL CMS
DMSERS002E
DMSERS003E
DMSERS037E
DMSERS048E
DMSERSOS4E
DMSERS069E
DMSERS070E
DMSERS071E
DMSERS109T

FILE ['fn [ft (fmJ)'] NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DISK 'mode' IS READ/CNLY
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILElt SPECIFIED
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERASE * * [fml*] NOT ALLOWED
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EICEEDED

DMSERV001E
DMSERV002E
DMSERV006E
DMSERV027E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ESERV' NCT FCUND
NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
INVALID DEVICE 'device' FOR SYSxxx

DMSERV037E DISK

~mode!

IS READ/ONLY

DMSERV070E INVALID ARGUMENT 'argument'
DMSERV099E CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
DMSEXC001E NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
DMSEXT072E ERROR IN EXEC FILE fn

LINE nn - message

DMSFCH016E
DMSFCH104S
DMSFCH109S
DMSFCH113s
DMSFCH11SE
DMSFCH411S
DMSFCH777S

NO PRIVATE CORE IMAGE LIBRARY FOUND
ERROR 'nn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DISK (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
PHASE LOAD POINT LESS THAN 'address'
INPUT ERROR CODE 'nnw eN '{SYSRESISYSCLB}'
DOS PARTITION TOO SMAIL TO ACCOMMODATE FETCH REQUEST

DMSFET003E
DMSFET004E
DMSFET029E
DMSFET070E
DHSFET098E
DMSFET099E
DMSFET7101

INVALID OPTION 'option'
PHASE 'phase' NOT FOUND
INVALID PARAMETFR 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'OP.:!:GIN' F:!:ELD
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO PHASE NAME SPECIFIED
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
PHASE 'phase' ENTRY PCINT AT LOCATION XXIIXI

DMSFLD003E
DMSFLD023E
DMSFLD027E
DMSFLD029E
D!SFLD03SE
DMSFLDOSOE

INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO FILETYPE SPECIFIEt
INVALID DEVICE 'device name'
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
INVALID TAPE MODE
PARAMETER ~ISSING AF~ER DDNAME
Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically by Message Id9ntifier

267

DMS
DMSFLD065E
DMSFLD066E
DMSFLD0691
DMSFLD070E
DMSFLD220R
DMSFLD221E
DMSFLD224E
DMSFLD420E
DMSFLD704I

'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVAL-ID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ENTER DATA SET NAME:
INVALID DATA SET NAME 'data set name'
FILEID ALREADY IN USE
NSL EXIT FILENAME MISSING OR INVALID
INVALID CLEAR PEQUEST

DMSFNS109T VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DMSFNS908T FILE SYSTEM ERROR DETECTED. VIRTUAL ADDR 'cuu'. REASON CODE Inn'.
DMSFNS909T PERM I/O ERROR ON 'cuu'.
CSW cccccccc cccccccc SENSE ssssssss ssssssss
ssssssss ssssssss ssssssss.

ssssssss

DMSFOR003E
DMSFOR005E
DMSFOR017E
DMSFOR028E
DMSFOR037E
DMSFOR048E
DMSFOR069E
DMSFOR010E
DMSFOR113S
DMSFOR114S
DMSFOR125S
DMSFOR126S
DMSFOR214W
DMSFOR253E
DMSFOR603R
DMSFOR605R
DMSFOR705I
DMSFOR732I
DMSFOR7321
DMSFOR733I

INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO OPTION 'option' SPECIFIED
INVALID DEVICE ActRESS 'cuu'
NO DEVICE SPECIFIED
DISK 'lRode[ (cuu)]' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID MODE 'mode'
DISK 'lRode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
cUU NOT ATTACHED
'cuu' IS AN UNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE
PERMANENT UNIT CHECK ON DISK 'IRode(cuu)'
ERROR {READIWRIT}ING LABEL ON DISK 'mode (cuu) ,
CANNOT RECOMPUTE WITHOUT LOSS OF DATA. NO CHANGE
FILE fn ft fm CANNOT BE HANDLED WITH SUPPLIED PARAMETER LIST
FORfUT WILL ERASE ALI FILES ON DISK' lRode(cuu)'. DO YOU WISH TO CONTIMUE? (YES! NO):
ENTER DISK LABEL:
DISK REMnINS UNCHANGED
'nnn' CYLINDERS FORMATTED ON DISK 'lRode(cuu)'
'nnn' {CYLINDERSIFB-512 BLOCKS} FORMATTED ON DISK 'IRode(cuu)'
FORMATTING DISK 'mode'

DHSFRE159T
DMSFRE160T
DMSFRE161T
DMSFRE162T

INSUFFICIENT STORAGE AVAILABLE TO SATISFY DMSFREE REQUEST FROM addr
INVALID DMSFREE CALL FRCM addr
INVALID DMSFRET CALL FROM addr, ERROR NUMBER nn
VITAL FREE STORAGE POINTERS DESTROYED (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn), RE-IPL CMS

DHSPRE163T {LCgIHIGH)-CORE USER CHA!! HlS BEEN DESTROYED (!!TERM!L ERROR CODE

nn)~

DMSFRE164T
DMSFRE165T
DMSFRE166T
DMSFRE167T

{LOW!HIGH}-CORE NUCLEUS STORAGE POINTERS DESTROYED (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn).
CHAIN HEADER AT addr: xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx
UNEXPECTED ERROR IN FREE STORAGE MANAGEMENT ROUTINE (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn). RE-IPL CMS
FREE STORAGE MANAGEMENT ERROR, INTERNAL CODE ERROR nn

DMSGEN006E
DMSGEN095E
DMSGENll0E
DMSGEN111E
DMSGEN141S
DMSGEN115I

NO READ/WRITE A-tISK ACCESSED
INVALID ADDRESS 'address'
CORRECT FORM IS: tOSGED LOCATION SEGNAME
DOSGEN FAILED DUE TO LOAD ERRORS
DOSGEN FAILED DUE TO SAVESYS ERRORS
DOSGEN COMPLETE

DMSGLB002W
DMSGLB014E
DMSGLB047E
DMSGLB108S

FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
INVALID FUNCTION 'fUnction'
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
MORE THAN 8 LIBRARIES SPECIFIED

DMSGND002W
DMSGND021E
DMSGND022E
DMSGND070E

FILE 'fn ft fm' NeT FCUND
ENTRY POINT 'name' NC! FOUND
NO DIRECTORY NAME SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'

DMSGRN002E
DMSGRN003E
DMSGRN001E
DMSGRN048E
DMSGRN054E
DMSGRN078E

FILE 'fn ft (fm]' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILEIC SPECIFIED
INVALID CARD IN INPUT FILE '80 character card image'

DMSHLP002E INPUT FILE(S) 'fn ft fm' NOT FOUND
DMSRLP003E INVALID OPTION 'option'

268

IB~

VM/370 System Messages

DMS
DMSHLP104S
DMSHLP109S
DMSHLP250S
DMSHLP251E
DMSHLP252E
DMSHLP907T

ERROR nn READING FILE 'in ft fm' FROM DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
I/O ERROR OR DEVICE ERROR
HELP PROCESSING ERROR, CODE nnn 'description'
VALID OPTIONS ARE: DESC FORM PARM ALL
I/O ERROR ON FILE 'fn ft fm'

DMSIFC002E FILE 'fn ft (fm]' NOT FOUND
DMSIFC007E FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
DMSIFC023E NO FILE TYPE SPECIFIED
D~SIFC070E INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
DMSIFC104S ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
DMSIFC825E 'CLEAR' IS VALID ONLY WHEN SPECIFIED BY ITSELF
DMSIFC826E EREP TXTLIBS NOT FOUND
DMSIFC8281 CPEREP ZERO OR CLEAR HAS BEEN COMPLETED
~MSIFC829W ATTEMPTED 'ZERO' WAS SUPPRESSED. REQUIRES PRIVILEGE CLASS F
DMSIFC831E MORE THAN 100 CHARS OF OPTIONS SPECIFIED
DMSIFC832S SOFTWARE INCOMPATIBILITY AT THE CPEREP-EREP INTERFACE. CODE=nnn
DMSINI079E
DMSINI080E
DMSINI080E
DMSINI081E
DMSINI082E
DMSINI083E
DMSINI083E
DMSINI131S
DMSINI606R
DMSINI607R
DMSINI608R
DMSINI609R
DMSINI609R
DMSINI610R
DMSINI610R
DMSINI611R
DMSINI612R
DMSINI615R
DMSINI902T

INVALID DEVICE ADtRESS - RE~NTER
INVALID CYLINDER NUMEER - REENTER
INVALID {CYLIBLK} NUMBER - REENTER
INVALID REPLY - ANSWER "YES" OR "NO"
IPL DEVICE ERROR - REENTER
NUCLEUS WILL OVERLAY CMS FILES - RECOMPUTE
NUCLEUS {CYLtBLK} SPECIFICATION UNACCEPTABLE, ERROR 'X'
IPL DEVICE WRITE I/O ERROR
SYSTEM DISK ADDRESS = cuu
REWRITE THE NUCLEUS? {YESINO}
IPL DEVICE ADDRESS = cuu
NUCLEUS CYL ADDRESS = nnn
NUCLEUS {CYLIBLK} ADDRESS = nnn
ALSO IPL CYLINDER 01 {YESINO}
ALSO IPL {CYLIBLK} 01 {YEStNO}
VERSION IDENTIFICATION =
INSTALLATION HEAtING =
Y - DISK ADDRESS = cuu
IPL DEVICE READ I/O ERROR

DMSINS098W CMS OS SIMULATION NOT AVAILABLE .
DMSINS100W CMSSEG SYSTEM NAME 'name' NOT AVAILABLE
DMSINT015E {UNKNOWN {CP/CMSICMSICP} IINVALID
EXCEPTION
EXCEPTION
EXCEPTION
EXCEPTION

OCCURRED
OCCURRED
OCCURRED
OCCURRED

AT
AT
AT
AT

{CMSISUBSET}} COMMAND

DMSITP141T
DMSITP142T
DMSITP1ij3T
DMSITP144T

exception
exception
exception
exception

addr
addr
addr
addr

IN
IN
in
IN

ROUTINE callee
ROUTINE routine DURING 'SPIE' EXIT ROUTINE
SYSTEM ROUTINE callee.
ROUTINE callee WHILE 'UFDBUSY' = xx.

DMSITS098S
DMSITS122S
DMSITS13ijS
DMSITS135S
DMSITS136T
DMSITS137T
DMSITS138T
DMSITS139T
DMSITS1ijOT
DMSITS154T

CMS OS SIMULATION NOT AVAILABLE
ERROR IN CALL TO routine FROM addr, ERROR CODE nnn (HEX xxxxxxxx)
UNSUPPORTED SVC 203 CODE nn CALLED FROM addr.
MAXIMUM SVC DEPTH 20 HAS BEEN EXCEEDED WITH CALL AT addr
SVC CALL FROM addr ILLEGALLY RE-ENTERS INTSVC. RE-IPL CftS
CALL TO routine FROM addr DESTROYED SYSTEM SAVE AREA. RE-IPL CMS
'DMSKEY' CALL FRCM addr OVERFLOWS KEY STACK, WITH MAX DEPTH 1.
'DMSKEY RESET' FROM addr UNDERFLOWS KEY STACK
routine ROUTINE CALLED FROM addr DID DMSKEY WITH NO RESET.
SAVE AREA FOR SVC CAll FROM addr CANNOT BE ALLOCATED

DMSLBD003E
DMSLBD029E
DMSLBD065E
DMSLBD066E
DMSLBD070E
])MSt_BD221E
DMSIBD3241
DMSLBD7041

INVALID OPTION 'option'
INVA~ID PARAMETER 'paramter f
IN THE OPTION ioptionl FILEID
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
INVALID PARAHETEF 'parameter'
INVALID DATASET HAllE
NO USER DEFINED lABEIDEF's IN EFFECT
INVALID CLEAR REQUEST

DMSLBM001E
DMSLBM002E
DMSLBM002W
DMSLBM003E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
FILE 'fn ft fm' NCT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
Appendix B. Message Su.mary Alphamerically by Message Identifier

269

D~S

D~SLBM013W

DHSLBH014E
DMSLBH037E
DMSLBM046E
DMSLBH047E
DMSLBM056E
DMSLBM070E
DMSLBM104S
DMSLBH105S
DMSLBH109S
DMSLBM157S
DHSLBM167S
DHSLBM213W
DHSLBM907T

MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
NO LIBRARY NAME SPECIFIED
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FOFMATS
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft f.' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft f.' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE eAPACITY EXCEEDED
MACLIB LIMIT EXCEEDED [, LAST HEMBER ADDED WAS 'membername']
PREVIOUS MACLIB FUNCTION NOT FINISHED
LIBRARY 'fn ft fm' NCT CREATED
I/O ERROR ON FILE 'fn ft fm'

DMSLBT001E NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
DMSLBT002E FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
DMSLBT002W FILE 'fn ft' NOT POUND
DMSLBT003E INVALID OPTION 'option'
DMSLBT013E MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
DHSLBT014E INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
DMSLBT046E NO LIBRARY NAME SPECIFIED
DMSLBT047E NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
DMSLBT056E FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID rNAMEIALIASIENTRYIESD] RECORD FORMATS
DMSLBT056W FILE 'fn ft fa' CONTAINS INVALID [NAHEIALIASIENTRYIESD] RECORD FORMATS
DMSLBT104S ERFOR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
DMSLBT105S ERFOR Inn' WRITING FIlE 'fn ft fa' ON DISK
DMSLBT106S NUMBER OF MEMBER NAMES EXCEEDS MAX 'nnnn'. FILE 'fn ft' NOT ADDED
DMSLBT213W LIBRARY 'fn ft fm' NCT CREATED
DHSLDS002E
DMSLDS003E
DMSLDS048E
DMSLDS069E
DMSLDS220R
DMSLDS221E
DMSLDS222E
DHSLDS223E
DMSLDS226E
DMSLDS227W
DMSLDS229I
DHSLDS231E
DMSLDS2331

DATA SET NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
INVALID MODE 'mode'
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
ENTER DATA SET NAME:
INVALID DATA SET NAME
I/O ERROR READING 'data set naae' FROM {'fa'IOSIDOS} DISK
NO FILEMODE SPECIFIED
NO DATA SET NAME ALLCWED WITH FREE OPTION
INVALID EXTENT FOUND FOR 'datasetname' ON 'fa' DISK
NO MEMBERS FOUND
I/O ERROR READING VTCC FROM {'fm'IOSIDOS} DISK
NO FREE SPACE AVAILABLE ON 'fm' DISK

DMSLGT0021 FILE 'fn' TXTLIB NCT FCUND
DMSLI0001E
DMSLI0002E
DMSLI0002I
DMSLI0003E
DMSLI0005E
DMSLlOO21E
DMSLI0029E
DMSLI0055E
DMSLI0056E
DMSLI0099E
DHSLI0104S
DMSLI0105s
DMSLI0109S
DMSLI0116S
DHSLI0168S
DMSLI0169S
DMSLI0201W
DMSLI0202W
DMSLI0203W
DMSLI0206W
DMSLI07401
DMSLI0907T

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
FILE 'fn' TXTLIB NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO 'option' SPECIFIED
ENTRY POINT 'name' NOT FOUND
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
NO ENTRY POINT DEFINED
FILE 'fn ft' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NCT ACTIVE
ERROR 'nne RElDING FILE 'fn ft fa' ON DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fa' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
LOADER TABLE OVERFLOW
PSEUDO REGISTEF TABLE OVERFLOW
ESDID TABLE OVERFLOW
THE FOLLOWING NAMES ABE UNDEFINED:
DUPLICATE IDENTIFIER 'identifier'
"SET LOCATION COUNTER" NAME 'name' UNDEFINED
PSEUDO REGISTER AlIGNMENT ERROR
EXECUTION BEGINS •••
I/O ERROR ON FILE 'fn ft fm'

DMSLKD001E
DMSLKD002E
DMSLKD004W
DMSLKD005E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ASSEMBLE' NOT FOUND
WARNING MESSAGES ISSUED
NO 'option' SPECIFIED

270

IBM VM/370 system Messages

D!S
D!SLKD006E
DKSLKD007E
DMSLKD008W
DMSLKD012W
DMSLKD016W
DMSLKD070E

NO RElD/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
SEVERE ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
TERMINAL ERROR MESSAG!S ISSUED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'

DMSLLU003E
DMSLLU006E
DMSLLU070E
DMSLLU099E
DMSLLU10SS
DMSLLU303E

INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO READ/WRITE 'A' DISK ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
CMSIDOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR 'nn' WRITING FILE 'SLISTIO EXEC A1' ON DISK
NO SYSXXX SATISPIES REQUEST

DMSLST002E
DMSLST003E
DMSLST037E
DMSLST048E
DMSLST066E
DMSLST069E
DMSLST070E
DMSLST10SS

FILE NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DISK 'A' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID MODE '.ode'
'option' AND 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR 'nn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK

DMSMDP001E
DMSMDP002E
DMSMDP018E
DMSMDP070E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NOT POUND
NO LOAD MAP AVAILABLE
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'

DMS!OD001E
DMSMOD002E
DMSMOD003E
DMSMODOOSE
DMSMOD021E
DMSMOD032E
DMSKOD037E
DMSMOD040E
DMSMOD070E
DMSMOD084E
DMSMOD104S
DMSMOD10SS
DMSMOD109S
DMSMOD114E
DMSMODl16S

NO FILERA"E SPECIFIEt
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO '{FROMITO} ENTRY' SPECIFIED
ENTRY POINT 'name' NCT FOUND
INVALID FILETYPE 'ft'
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
NO FILES LOADED
INVALID PARAKETER 'parameter'
INVALID USE OF 'PROM' AND 'TO' OPTIONS
ERROR 'nn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
ERROR 'nn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
'fn ft fm' NOT LOADED; CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT [NOT] ACTIVE
LOArER TABLE OVERFLOW

DMSMVE002E
DMSMVE003E
DMSMVE037E
DMSMYE041E
DMSMVE048E
DMSMVE069E
DMSMVE070E
DMSMVE073E
DMSMVE07SE
DMSMVE086E
DMSMVE127S
DMSMVE128S
DMSMVE129S
DMSMYE130S
DMSMVE22S1
DMSMVE2261
DMSMVE7061
DMSMiE708I

FILE 'fn ft fm' NCT FCUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
OUTPUT DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
INPUT AND OUTPUT FILES ARE THE SAME
INVALID MODE 'mode'
OUTPUT DISK 'mode' IS NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
UNABLE TO OPEN FILE ddname
DEVICE 'device name' ILLEGAL FOR {INPUTIOUTPUT}
INVALID DDNAME 'ddname'
UNSUPPORTED DEVICE PCR ddnaae
I/O ERROR ON INPU~ AFTER READING nnn RECORDS: INPUT ERROR code ON ddname
I/O ERROR ON OUTPUT WRITING RECORD NUMBER nnnn: OUTPUT ERROR code ON ddname
BLOCKSIZE ON V FORMAT FILE ddnaae IS LESS THAN 9
PDS MEMBER 'membername' MOVED
END OF PDS MOVE
TERM INPUT -- TYPE NULL LINE FOR ENg OF DATA
DISK FILE IFILE ddname A1' ASSOMED FOR DDNASE iddna.e'

DMSNCP001E
DMSNCP002E
D1!SHCPOQ3E
DMSNCP013E
DMSNCP021E
DMSNCP025E
DMSNCP045E
DMSNCP056E
DMSNCP099W
DMSNCP109S

NO FILENAME SPECIFIEt
FILE 'fn ASSEMBLE' NC~ FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
ENTRY POINT 'name' NCT FCUND
INVALID DATA IN 370X CCNTROL PROGRAM
UNSUPPORTED 370X CON~RCI PROGRAM TYPE
FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
GENERATION PARAMETERS INCOMPATIBLE WITH VM/370
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically by Message Identifier

271

DMS
DMSOPL089E OPEN ERROR CODE Inn' ON SYSxxx
DMSOPL158E NO CMS/DOS PROCEDURE lIBRARY SUPPORT
DMSOPT070E INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
DMSOPT099E CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
DMSOVR014E
DMSOVR047E
DMSOVR104S
DMSOVR109S

INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIEt
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'DMSOVR MODULE' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED

DMSPDP088E UNSUPPORTED DTF TYPE 'atftype'
DMSPI0113S PRINTER NOT ATTACHED
DMSPI0145S INTERVENTION REQUIRED ON PRINTER
DMSPRE001E
DMSPRE002E
DMSPRE109S
DMSPRE183E
DMSPRE234E
DMSPRE235E
DHSPRE236E
DMSPRE237E
DMSPRE238E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fL ft fw' NCT ICUND
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
INVALID CONTROL FILE CCNTROL CARD
ERROR IN LOAD LIST FILE 'fn ft fm' (NO INPUT]
ERROR 'n' IN INPUT TEXT FILE 'fn ft (fa]'
UNRESOLVED EXTERNAL REFERENCE(S) ENCOUNTERED
DUPLICATE EXTERNAL SY~BOI(S) ENCOUNTERED
PRELOADFR PROCESSING ERROR

DMSPRT002E
DMSPRT003E
DMSPRTOO.8E
DHSPRT013E
DMSPRT029E
DMSPRT033E
DMSPRT039E
DMSPRT044E
DHSPRT048E
DMSPRT054E
DMSPRT062E

FILE 'in ft fm' NCT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DEVICE 'cuu' {INVALID CR NONEXISTENT I UNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT A LIBRARY
NO ENTRIES IN LIBRARY 'in ft fm'
RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS ALLOWABLE MAXIMUM
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILElr SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID
DMSPR~070E INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
DMSPRT104S ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
DMSPRT123S ERROR PRINTING FILE 'tn ft fm'

DMSPRV003E
DMSPRV004E
DMSPRV006E
DMSPRV037E
DMSPRV070E
DMSPRV097E
DHSPRV098E
DMSPRV099E
DMSPRV105S
DMSPRVl13S
DMSPRV411S

INVALID OPTION 'option'
PROCEDURE 'procedure' NOT FOUND
NO READ/WRITE 'A' DISK ACCESSED
DISK 'A' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO 'SYSRES' VOLUME ACTIVE
NO PROCEDURE NAME SPECIFIED
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' TO DISK
DISK (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
INPUT ERROR CODE Inn' ON 'SYSRES'

DMSPUN002E
DMSPUN003E
DMSPUN008E
DMSPUN013E
DMSPUN033E
DMSPUN039E
DMSPUN044E
DMSPUN054E
DMSPUN062E
DHSPUN104S
DMSPUN118S
DMSPUN123S

FILE 'in i t fm' NeT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
DEVICE 'cuu' {INVALID CR NONEXISTENTIUNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NeT A LIBRARY
NO ENTRIES IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
RECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS ALLOWABLE MAXIMUM
INCOMPLETE FILElt SPFCIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROft DISK
ERROR PUNCHING FILE 'fn tt fm'
ERFOR Inn' PUNCHING 'fn ft fm'

DMSQRY005E
DMSQRY014E
DMSQRY026E
DHSQRY047E
DMSQRY070E
DMSQRY099E
DMSQRY324I

NO 'option' SPECIFIED
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' FOR 'function' FUNCTION
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIEt
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
NO USER DEFINED IABEIDEF's IN EFFCT

272

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DMS
DMSRDC008E
DMSRDC037E
DMSRDC042E
DMSRDC054E
DMSRDC062E
DMSRDC069E
DMSRDC105S
DMSRDC124S
DMSRDC205W
DMSRDC7011
DMSRDC7021
DMSRDC7381

DEVICE 'cuu' {INVALID CR NONEXISTENTIUNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
DISK 'A' IS READ/ONLY
NO FILEID SPECIFIED
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
ERROR READING CARD FILE
READER EMPTY OR NOT READY
NULL FILE
[READ CONTROL· CARD MISSING. FOLLOWING ASSUMED:] :READ {fn ft fmlREADCARD CMSUTl All
RECORD LENGTH IS 'nnn' BYTES

DMSREA830E I/O ERROR READING A RECORD FROM THE ERROR RECORDING CYLINDERS
DMSRNM002E
DMSRNM003E
DMSRNM019E
DMSRNM024E
DMSRNM030E
DMSRNM037E
DMSRNM048E
DMSRNM051E
DMSRNM054E
DMSRNM062E

FILE 'fn ft fm' NOT FCUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
IDENTICAL FILEIDS
FILE 'fn ft fm' ALREADY EXISTS
FILE 'fn ft fm' ALREADY ACTIVE
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INVALID MODE CHANGE
INCOMPLETE FILEII SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN OUTPUT FIIEID

DMSRRV003E
DMSRRV004E
DMSRRV006E
DMSRRV010E
DMSRRV097E
DMSRRV098E
DMSRRV099E
DMSRRV105S
DMSRRVll3S
DMSRRV4l1S

INVALID OPTION 'option'
MODULE 'module' NOT FCUND
NO READ/WRITE 'A' DISK ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO 'SYSRES' VOLUME ACTIVE
NO MODULE NAME SPECIFIED
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
DISK (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
INPUT ERROR CODE Inn' eN '{SYSRESISYSRLB}'

DMSRUN001E
DMSRUN002E
DMSRUN048E
DMSRUN010E
DMSRUN999E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft fm' NCT FOUND
INVALID MODE 'mode'
IN.VALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
NO ft PROCESSOR FOUND

DMSSBS120S OUTPUT ERROR 'code' ON 'ddname'
DMSSCT120S {IN/OUT}PUT ERROR 'code' ON 'ddname'
DMSSEB4291 'TAPn (cuu) , EOT ON OUTPUT
DMSSET014E
DMSSET026E
DMSSET031E
DMSSET047E
DMSSET048E
DMSSET050E
DMSSET061E
DMSSET070E
DMSSET098W
DMSSET099E
DMSSET100W
DMSSET142S
DMSSET333E
DMSSET400S
DMSSET401S
DMSSET410S
DMS_SETJl44E

INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' FOR 'function' FUNCTION
LOADER TABLES CANNOT BE MODIFIED
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'mode'
PARAMETER MISSING AFTER {DDNAMEISYSxxxlfunction}
NO TRANSLATION CHARACTER SPECIFIED
INVALID PARAMETER 'Parameter'
CMS OS SIMULATION NOT AVAILABLE
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NeT ACTIVE
SYSTEM NAME 'name' NOT AVAILABLE
SAVED SYSTEM NAME 'name' INVALID
nnnnnK PARTITION TOO LARGE FOR THIS VIRTUAL MACHINE
SYSTE~ 'sysname' DOES NOT EXIST
VM SIZE (size) CANNOT EXCEED 'DMSDOS' START ADDRESS (address)
CONTROL PROGRAM ERROR INDICATION 'retcode'
VOLUME 'label' IS NOT A nos SYSRES

DMSSLN002E FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
DMSSLN104S ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
DMSSMN109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DMSSMN133S INVALID GETMAIN OR FREEMAIN SPECIFICATION

Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically by Message Identifier

273

DRS
DMSSOP036E OPEN ERROR CODE 'nn' CN 'ddna.e'
DMSSOP036W UPDATE REQUESTED FOR READ-ONLY DISK
DRSSOP109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DRSSRT002E
DMSSRT009E
DMSSRT019E
DMSSRT034E
DRSSRT037E
DMSSRT053E
DMSSRT054E
DRSSRT062E
DMSSRT063E
DMSSRT070E
DMSSRT104S
DMSSRT105S
DMSSRT212E
DMSSRT604R

FILE 'fn ft fm' NeT FOUND
COLURN 'col' EXCEEDS EECORD LENGTH
IDENTICAL FILEIDS
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT FIXED LENGTH
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID SORT FIELD PAIR DEFINED
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID
IN OUTPUT FILEID
NO LIST ENTERED
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR 'nn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR 'nn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fa' ON DISK
MAXIMUM NURBER OF RECORDS EXCEEDED
ENTER SORT FIELDS:

DMSSRV003E
DRSSRV004E
DRSSRV006E
DMSSRV070E
DRSSRV097E
DMSSRV098E
DMSSRV099E
DMSSRV105s
DRSSRV113S
DRSSRV194S
DRSSRV411S

INVALID OPTION 'option'
BOOK 'subl.book' NCT FOUND
NO READ/WRITE 'A' DISK ACCESSED
INVALID PARAMETEE 'parameter'
NO 'SYSRES' VOLUME ACTIVE'
NO BOOK NAME SPECIFIED
CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT NOT ACTIVE
ERROR 'nn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft f.' ON DISK
DISK (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
BOOK 'subl.book' CONTAINS BAD RECORDS
INPUT ERROR CODE 'nn' eN {SYSRESISYSSLB}

DMSSSK070E
DMSSSK362E
DRSSSK363E
DRSSSK364E
DRSSSK365E
DRSSSK400S
DMSSSK410S

INVALID PARAMETEF 'parameter'
INVALID S~ORAGE PROTECT KEY 'key'
INVALID STARTING ADDRESS 'startadr'
VR STORAGE NOT LARGE EROUGH TO CONTAIN SYSTEM LOADING AT startadr to endadr
SYSTEM NJME NOT SPECIFIED
SYSTER 'naae' DOES NCT EXIST
CONTROL PROGRAM EEROR INDICATION 'nnn'

*

DMSSTG109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DMSSTG133S INVALID GETRAIN eR FREEMAIN SPECIFICATION
DHSSTT002E
DRSSTT048E
DHSSTT054E
DRSSTT062E
DHSSTT069E
DMSSTT070E
DMSSTT2271
DMSSTT2281
D'SSTT229E

FILE 'fn ft f.' NCT FCUND
INVALID RODE 'mode'
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID 'char' IN FIIEID 'fn ft'
DISK 'mode' NOT ACCESSED
INVALID PARARETER 'parameter'
PROCESSING VOLURE 'no' IN DATA SET 'data set name'
USER LABELS BYPASSED ON DATA SET 'data set name'
UNSUPPORTED OS DATA SET, ERROR 'code'

DRSSVT033E
DHSSVT119S
DHSSVT120S
DMSSVT121S

FILE 'fn ft
UNSUPPORTED
{INIOUTJPUT
UNSUPPORTED

DMSSYN002E
DMSSYN003E
DMSSYN007E
DMSSYN032E
DMSSYN056E
DMSSYN066E
DRSSYN104S
DRSSYN711I
DRSSYN712I

FILE 'fn ft fa' NCT FCUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft fm' NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR RECORDS
INVALID FILETYPE 'ft'
FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
'STD' AND 'NOSTD' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft f.' FROR DISK
NO SYSTEM SYNONYRS IN EFFECT
NO SYNONYMS. (DRSINA NOT IN NUCLEUS)

DMSTLB027E
DMSTLB043E
DMSTLB058E
DMSTLB110S
DMSTLB111S
DMSTLB113S

INVALID DEVICE 'deviCE name'
'TAPn (cuu) , IS FILE FROTECTED
END-OF-FILE or END-OF-TAPE (TAPn]
ERROR READING' TAPn ( (cuu) ]I
ERROR WRITING 'TAPn (cuu) ,
'TAPn (cuu)' NOT ATTACHED

274

fm' IS NOT A LIBRARY
FORM OF '.acro' MACRO
ERROR 'code' ON 'ddnaae'
SVC svc (HEX xx) CALLED FROM addr

IBM VM/370 system Messages

DMS
DMSTLB421E 'TAPn (cuu) , HDRl LABEL MISSING FOR 'filename'
DMSTLB422E 'TAPn (cuu) , POSITIONED WRONG FOR 'filename'
DMSTLB4231 'TAPn (cuu) , POSITICNED PARAMETER IGNORED. OUTPUT FILE WILL BE WRITTEN
AFTER NEW VOL1 LABEL
DMSTLB424E 'TAPn (cuu) , NOT POSITIONED AT EOFl LABEL
DMSTLB425R 'TAPn (cuu) , BLOCK CCUNT ERROR FOR 'filename' ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'CANCEL'
DKSTLB426R 'TAPn (cuu) , UNEXPIRED FILE ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'ERROR'
DMSTLB4271 'TAPn (cuu) , EOV1 LAB!l READ
DHSTLB4281 'TAPn (cuu) , EOV1 LABEL WRITTEN
DKSTLB430E 'TAPn (cuu) , LABELDEF INFORMATION MISSING FOR FILE 'filename'
DKSTLB431E 'TAPn (cuu) , VOL1 LABEL HISSING
DMSTLB432E !TAPn (cuu)! VOLID volld DOES NOT KATCH lABElDEF VOIID FOR ifilename:
DMSTLB433R ENTER 'WRITE (volid)' CR 'REJECT'
DKSTLB434E 'TAPn (cuu) , INPUT LABEL CHECK ERROR FOR FILE 'filename'
DMSTLBij35R ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'CANCEL'
DMSTLB4361 'TAPn (cuu) , MISSING USER STANDARD LABEL FOR 'ddname'
DMSTLB4371 'TAPn (cuu) , NSl ROUTINE RETURNED AN ERROR CODE 'nnnnnn' FOR 'filename'
DMSTMA001E
DMSTMA003E
DMSTMA057E
DMSTMA070E
DMSTMA105S
DMSTMA109S
DMSTMAll0S
DMSTHA137S
DMSTMA138S
DMSTKA139S
DMSTMA420E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
INVALID OPTION 'option'
INVALID RECORD FORMAT
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR nn WRITING FILE fn ft ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
ERROR READING 'TAPn'
ERROR nn ON STATE FOR fn ft
ERROR nn ERASING fn ft BEFORE LOADING TAPE
TAPE FILE EXCEEDS 9 CKS MACLIBS
NSL EXIT FILENAM! MISSING OR INVALID

DKSTPD003E
DMSTPD058E
DMSTPD105S
DMSTPD109S
DMSTPD1l0S
DMSTPD420E
DMSTPD7031
DMSTPD7071

INVALID OPTION 'option'
END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
ERROR READING 'TAPn'
NSL EXIT FILENAME MISSING OR INVALID
FILE 'fn ft [fm]' COPIED
TEN FILES COPIED

DMSTPE002E
DMSTPE003E
DMSTPE010E
DMSTPE014E
DMSTPE017E
DMSTPE023E
DMSTPE027E
DMSTPE029E
DMSTPE037E
DMSTPE042E
DMSTPE043E
DMSTPE047E
DMSTPE048E
DMSTPE057E
DMSTPE058E
DHSTPE070E
DMSTPE096E
DHSTPE104S
DMSTPE105S
DMSTPE110S
DMSTPE111S
DMSTPE113S
DMSTPE115S

FILE 'fn ft fm' NeT FCUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
PREMATURE EOF ON FILE 'fn ft fm'
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS 'cuu'
NO FILETYPE SPECIFIED
INVALID DEVICE 'device name'
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter; IN THE OPTION ioption' FIELD
DISK 'mode' IS READ/ONLY
NO FILEID SPECIFIED
'TAPn(cuu)' IS FILE PROTECTED
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
INVALID MODE 'mode'
INVALID RECORD FORMAT
END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
FILE 'fn ft' DATA BLOCK COUNT INCORRECT
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
ERROR READING 'TAPn(cuu),
ERROR WRITING 'TAPn(cuu)'
TAPn(cuu) NOT ATTACHED
[CONVEP.SIONI {7t9}-TRACKI {80016250} BPIITRANSLA7ICNIDuAL-nEN3~Tn
ON DEVICE 'cuu'
DMSTPE431E 'TAPn (cuu) , VOL1 LABEL MISSING
DMSTPE7011 NULL FILE
DHSTIF002E
DMSTYP003E
DMSTYP005E
DMSTYP009E
DMSTYP013E
DMSTYP029E
DMSTYP033E

FEATuRE NC:

IMMEDIATELY

3uPFua:~~

FILE 'fn ft fm' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
NO 'option' SPECIFIED
COLUMN 'col' EXCEEDS RECORD LENGTH
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND IN LIBRARY
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter' [IN THE OPTION 'option' FIELD]
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT A LIBRARY
Appendix B. Message Summary Alpha.erically by Message Iaentifier

275

DMS
DMSTYP039E
DMSTYPOij9E
DMSTYPOSijE
DMSTYP062E
DMSTYP069E
DMSTYP10ijS

NO ENTRIES IN LIBRARY 'fn ft fm'
INVALID LINE NUMBER 'line number'
INCOMPLETE FILEID SPECIFIED
INVALID * IN FILEID
DISK MODE NOT ACCESSED
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK

DMSUPD001E
DMSUPD002E
DMSUPD003E
DMSUPD007E
DMSUPD010W
DMSUPD024E
DMSUPD037E
DMSUPDOijaE
DMSUPD06SE
DMSUPD066E

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft fm' NCT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft fm' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
PREMATURE EOF ON FILE 'fn ft f.' -- SEQ NUMBER , •••••••• , NOT FOUND
FILE 'UPDATE CMSUTl fm' ALREADY EXISTS
DISK 'A' IS READ/ONLY
INVALID MODE 'mode'
'option' OPTION SPECIFIED TWICE
'option' and 'option' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS

'A' NOT !CCFSSEr

D~S~PD069E

DIS~

DMSUPD070E
DMSUPD10ijS
DMSUPD10SS
DMSUPD17ijW
DMSUPD176W
DHSUPD177I
DMSUPD178I
DHSUPD179E
DHSUPD180W
DHSUPD181E
DMSUPD182W
DHSUPD183E
DMSUPD18ijW
DHSUPD186W
DHSUPD187E
DMSUPD207W
DMSUPD210W
DMSUPD299E
DMSUPD300E
DMSUPD304I

INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
SEQUENCE ERROR INTRODUCED IN OUTPUT FILE: ••••••••• , TO ••••••••• ,
SEQUENCING OVERFlCW FCLLOWING SEQ NUMBER , •••••••• ,
WAPNING MESSAGES ISSUED (SEVERITY = nn). ('REP' OPTION IGNORED.]
UPDAtING ['fn ft fm'] WITH 'fn ft fm'
HISSING OR DUPLICATE 'HACS' CARD IN CONTROL FILE 'fn ft f.'
MISSING PTF FILE 'fn ft fm'
NO UPDATE FILES WERE FCUND
SEQUENCE INCREMENT IS ZERO
INVALID {CONTROLIAUX} FILE CONTROL CARD
' . / S' NOT FIRST CARD IN UPDATE FILE -- IGNORED
INVALID CHAR IN SEQUENC! FIELD ••••••••••
SEQUENCE NUMBER ••••••••• , NOT FOUND
OPTION 'STK' INVALID WITHOUT 'CTL'
INVALID UPDATE FILE CCNTROL CARD
INPUT FILE SEQUENCE ERROR: •••••••••• TO ••••••••••
INSUFFICIENT STORAGE TO COMPLETE UPDATE.
INSUFFICIENT STORAGE TC BEGIN UPDATE.
UPDATE PROCESSING WILL BE DONE USING DISK.

DHSVGN069E
DMSVGN360E
DMSVGN360I
DMSVGN360R
DMSVGN361E
DHSVGN361I
DMSVGN361R
DMSVGN362I
DHSVGN362R
DMSVGN363I
DMSVGN363R
DMSVGN36ijI
DMSVGN36ijR
DMSVGN36SI
DMSVGN36SR
DMSVGN366I
DHSVGN366R
DHSVGN367I
DHSVGN368I
DMSVGN368R
DMSVGN369E
DMSVGN369R
DMSVGN380R
DMSVGN381R
DMSVGN382R

DISK 'A' NOT ACC!SSED.
INVALID RESPONSE ·response·.
CMS/VSAM TEXT FILES CREATED ON DISK ·A'.
ENTER EITHER 'INSTAll' OR 'UPDATE':
DISK 'mode' IS NOT A {CHSIDOS} DISK.
CREATING CMS TEXT FILES •••
ENTER EITHER 'DOS' OR 'OS':
LINK EDITING sysname
ENTER MODE OF DOS SYSTEM RELOCATABLE LIBRARY DISK:
svsname DOSLIB CREATED ON DISK 'A'.
ENTER LOCATION WHERE sysname WILL BE LOADED AND SAVED:
FETCHING sysname •••
ENTER 'CMSVSAH' OR 'CMSAMS' OR 'BOTH' FOR GENERATION OF NEW SYSTEM(S):
SYSTEM sysname SAVED
ENTER MODULE NAME (8 CHARS OR LESS) OR 'END':
STARTING TO READ PTF DECKS FROM READER •••
ENTER NAME OF SYSTEM TO BE SAVED:
'modulename TEXT' WRITTEN ON DISK 'A'.
count NEW PTF DECKS WILL BE APPLIED.
ERASE sysname DOSLIB? •• ENTER 'YES' OR 'NO':
INVALID - RELEASE 31 OR LATER REQUIRED
ENTER RELEASE NUMBER CF DOS/VS STARTER SYSTEM:
ENTER 'TAPE' OR 'CARDS' FOR PTF APPLICATION:
ENTER 'SELECT' OR 'ALL' FOR TAPE PTF APPLICATION
ENTER NUMBER OF TAPE FILES TO BE PROCESSED:

D~SUPD18SW

D~SVIB109S

VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DMSVIB400S SYSTEM Isysname' tOES NOT EXIST
DMSVIB401S VM SIZE (size) CANNOT EXCEED 'sysname' START ADDRESS (address)
DMSVIB410S CONTROL PROGRAM EEROE INCICATION 'retcode l
DMSVIP109S VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DMSVIP230E NO. OF VSAM EXIt FOUTINES HAS EXCEEDED !AX OF 128 - UNABL! TO CONTINUE
276

IB~

V~/370

system Messages

DMS
DHSVHF006E
DMSVMF035E
DMSVMF047E
DHSVMF058E
DMSVMF070E
DMSVKF104S
DKSVMF105S
DMSVKF109S
DMSVMF110S
DMSVKF113S
DMSVKF117S
DMSVKF383R

NO READ/WRITE DISK ACCESSED
INVALID TAPE MODE
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
END-OF-FILE OR END-OF-TAPE ON
INVALID PARAMETER 'parameter'
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROK DISK
ERROR 'nn I WRITING FII·E 'fn ft fm' TO DI SK
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
ERROR READING 'TAPn [(cuu)]'
TAPE 'TAPn{cuu)' NOT ATTACHED
ERROR WRITING TO DISPLAY TERMINAL
APPLY IfnI? ••• ENTER 'NC' OR EOB

DKSVPD070E
DHSVPD10SS
DKSVPD109S
DMSVPD110S
DMSVPD113S
DHSVPD3611
DHSVPD3681
DHSVPD383R

INVALID PARAHETER 'parameter'
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn CMSUT1 A1' ON DISK.
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED.
ERROR READING TAP1(181).
TAP1 (181) NOT ATTACHED.
'modulename TEXT' WRITTEN ON DISK 'A'
count NEW PTF DECKS WILL BE APPLIED
APPLY Ifni? ••• ENTER 'NO' OR EOB:

DKSXCP037E
DMSXCP043E
DMSXCP104S
DKSXCP10SS
DMSXCP113s
DHSXCP161S
DMSXCP411S

OUTPUT DISK mode (cuu) IS READ/ONLY
TAPE (cuu) IS FILE PRCTECTED
ERROR inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
ERROR Inn' WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON DISK
'device (cuu) , NOT A!TACBED
UNEXPECTED ERROR CODE Inn' ON 'SYSxxx'
{INPUTIOUTPUT} ERROR CODE Inn' ON 'SYSxxx'

DKSZAP001E
DMSZAP002E
DMSZAP002W
DMSZAP003E
DMSZAP007E
DKSZAP014E
DMSZAP047E
DMSZAPOS6E
DMSZAP070E
DKSZAP104S
DMSZAP190W
DKSZAP191W
DKSZAP192W
DKSZAP193W
DKSZAP194W
DKSZAP19SW
DHSZAP200W
DMSZAP208E
DMSZAP210E
DMSZAP245S
DKSZAP246W
DMSZAP247W
DMSZAP248W
DMSZAP7S01
DMSZAP7511

NO FILENAME SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
INVALID OPTION 'option'
FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT FIXED, 80 CHAR. RECORDS
INVALID FUNCTION 'function'
NO FUNCTION SPECIFIED
FILE 'fn ft' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
INVALID PARIP.ETER 'parameter'
ERROR Inn' READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
INVALID CONTROL RECORD OR NO GO SWITCH SET
PATCH OVERLAPS - SET NO GO SWITCH
ERROR - ODD NUKBER OF DIGITS - SET NO GO SWITCH
PRECEDING CONTROL RECORD FLUSHED
CSECT NOT FOUND IN {MEMBER 'membername' I MODULE 'modulename'} -SET NO GO SWITCH
BASE VALUE INVALID - SET NO GO SWITCH
VERIFY REJECT - SET NC GO SWITCH
FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT VARIABLE RECORD FORMAT
FILE 'fn ft' IS ON A READ/ONLY DISK
ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER
NO LOADER TABLE PRESENT FOR MODULE Ifni - SET NO GO SWITCH
MEMBER 'name' NOT FOUND - SET NO GO SWITCH
INVALID VER/REP DISP - SET NO GO SWITCH
ZAP PROCESSING COMPLETE
MEMBER FOUND IN LIBRARY Ifni

Appendix B. Message Summary Alphamerically by Message raentifier

277

DMT

RSCS Message Summary
DMTAXS101I
DMTAXs1021
DMTAXS103E
DMTAXS10qI
DMTAXS1051
DMTAXS1061
DKTAXS1071
DMTAXS108E
DMTAXs5201
DMTAXS5211
DMTAXS5221
DMTAXS5231
DMTAXS52QE
DMTAXS525E
DHTAXS526E
DMTAXS6401

FILE spoolid ENQUEUED eN LINK linkid
FILE spoolid PENDING FCR LINK linkid
FILE spoolid REJECTED -- INVALID DESTINATION ADDRESS
FILE SPOOLED TO userid2 -- ORG locid1 (name1) mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss
FILE spoolid PURGED
FILE spoolid MISSING -- DEQUEUED FROM LINK linkid
nn PENDING FILES FOR lINK linkid MISSING
SYSTEM ERROR REArING SPOOL FILE spoolid
FILE spoolid CHANGED
FILE spoolid HELD FOR LINK linkid
FILE spoolid RELEASED FOR LINK linkid
LINK linkid QUEUE RECRDERED
FILE spoolid ACTIVE -- NO ACTION TAKEN
FILE spoolid IS FOR LINK linkid -- NO ACTION TAKEN
FILE spoolid NOT POUND -- NO ACTION TAKEN
nn FILE(S) PURGED ON LINK linkid

DHTCMX0011
DMTCMX0031
DMTCMX2001
DMTCMX201E
DMTCMX202E

FREE STORAGE = nn PAGES
LINK linkid EXECUTING: (command line text)
RSCS
INVALID COMMAND command
INVALID LINK linkid
INVALID SPOOL FILE ID spoolid
INVALID KEYWORD keyword
CONFLICTING KEYWORD keyword
INVALID OPTION keyword option
CONFLICTING OPTION keyword option
INVALID USER ID userid
ACCEPTED BY TASK task
REJECTED BY TASK task -- PREVIOUS COMMAND ACTIVE
LINK linkid IS NOT DEFINED
LINK linkid IS NOT ACTIVE
REJECTED BY TASK task -- NOT RECEIVING
NEW LINK linkid DEFINED
LINK linkid REDEFINED
LINK linkid ACTIVE -- NOT REDEFINED
LINK linkid NOT DEFINED -- LINK LIHIT REACHED

D~TCHX203E

DMTCMX20QE
DMTCHX205E
DMTCMX206E
DMTCMX207E
D~TCMX208E

DMTCMX3001
DMTCMX301E
DMTCHX302E
DMTCMX303E
DMTCMX304E
DHTCHX5401
DMTCMX5411
DMTCMX542E
DMTCMX543E
DMTCMX54~E

LINg linkid

DMTCMX5501
DMTCMX551E
DMTCMX552E
DMTCMX5601
DHTCMX561E
DMTCMX6511
DMTCMX6521
DHTCHX6531
DMTCMX6541
DMTCMX6551
DHTCMX6601
DHTCMX6611
DMTCMX662I
DMTCMX6631
DHTCMX664E
DMTCMX6701
DMTCHX6711
DMTCHX6721
DMTCMX6731
DMTCMX7001
DMTCMX701E
DMTCHX702E
DMTCMX703E
DMTCHX704E
DHTCMX705E
DHTCMX706E
DHTCMX707E
DMTCMX708E
DHTCHX709E
DMTCMX710E
DKTCMX750E
DHTCMX7511

LINK linkid NOW DELETED
LINK linkid ACTIVE -- NOT DELETED
LINK linkid HAS A FILE QUEUE -- NOT DELETED
RSCS DISCONNECTING
USERID userid NOT RECEIVING
LINK linkid INACTIVE
LINK linkid ACTIVE task type vaddr c {HO I NOH} {DR I NOD} {TRA I TREI NOT} Q=m P=n
LINK linkid DEFAULT task type vaddr c R=m
LINK linkid Q=m P=n
FILE spoolid locid userid CL a PR mm REC nnnnnn {All}
FILE spoolid INACTIVE ON LINK lin kid
FILE spoolid ACTIVE ON LINK linkid
FILE spoolid ORG locid1 userid1 mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss TO loclid2 userid2
FILE spoolid PR mm CL a CO nn {HOINOH} DI distcode, NA {fn ftldsnaae}
FILE spoolid NOT FOUND
LINK linkid ACTIVE -- lINE vaddr {HOI NOH}
LINK linkid INACTIVE
NO LINK ACTIVE
NO LINK DEFINED
ACTIVATING LINK linkid task type vaddr c
NO SWITCHED LINE AVAILABLE -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
LINE vaddr IS IN USE BY lINK linkid1 -- LINK linkid2 NOT ACTIVATED
DEV cuu IS NOT A LINE PORT -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
LINE vaddr CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
DRIVER type NOT FOUND ON DISK vaddr -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
FATAL ERROR LOADING FROH vaddr -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
DRIVER type FILE FORMAT INVALID -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
VIRTUAL STORAGE CAPACITY EXCEEDED -- LINK lin kid NOT ACTIVATED
TASK NAHE task ALREADY IN USE -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
MAX (nn) ACTIVE -- LINK linkid NOT ACTIVATED
LINK linkid ALRE~DY ACTIVE
NO ACTION TAKEN
LINK linkid ALREADY ACTIVE -- NEW CLASS(ES) SET AS REQUESTED

278

IBM VH/370 System Messages

DMT
DATC8X752I LINK linkid STILL ACTIVE -- DRill! STATUS
DKTINI402T
DMTINI406R
DftTINI407R
DKTINI409R
DKTINI4l0R
DKTINI431S
DKTINI479E
DKTINI480E
DKTINI481E
DKTINI482E
DKTINI483E

IPL DEVICE READ I/O ERROR
SYSTEM DISK ADDRESS = cuo
REWRITE THE NUCLEUS? [YESINO]
NUCLEUS CYL ADDRESS = nnn
ALSO IPL CYLINDER 01 [YESINOl
IPL DEVICE WRITE I/O ERROR
INVALID DEVICE ADDRESS - REENTER
INVALID CYLINDER NUKEER - REENTER
INVALID REPLY - ANSWER "YES" OR "NO"
SYSTEK DISK ERROR - REENTER
NUCLEUS WILL OVERLAY CMS FILES - RECOMPUTE

DMTNPT070E
DKTNPT904E
DKTNPT907E
DKTNPT936E
DKTNPT108E
DKTNPT14l1
DKTNPT1421
DKTNPT1431
DHTNPT1441
DHTNPT14S1
DKTNPT1461
DHTNPT147I
DHTNPT1491
DMTNPT1601
DKTNPT1701
DKTNPT190E
DMTNPT5101
DMTNPT5l1E
DKTNPT5301
DMTNPT5701
DHTNPT571E
DKTNPT5801
DKTNPT581E
DKTNPT5901
DKTNPT591E
DMTNPT6001
DKTNPT6l01
DKTNPT6l11
DMTNPT6l2E
DKTNPT8011
DKTNPT802I
DKTNPT8031
DMTNPT810E
DHTNPT8l1E
DKTNPT902E
DKTNPT903E
DKTNPT90S1
DMTNPT934E

I/O ERROR cuu SIOCC cc CSW csv SENSE sense CCW ccv
SIGNON PARAKETER=paraaeter INVALID
SIGNON TYPE PARASETER MISSING
NO REKOTE PUNCH AVAILABLE ON LINK linkid -- FILE spoolid PURGED
SYSTEK ERROR REAtING SPOOL FILE spoolid
LINE vaddr READY FOR CONNECTION TO LINK linkid
LINK linkid LINE vaddr CONNECTED
LINK linkid LINE vaddr DISCONNECTED
RECEIVING: FILE FROM locidl (namel) FOR locid2 (userid2)
RECEIVED: FILE FROS locidl (namel) FOR locid2 (userid2)
SENDING: FILE spoolid ON LINK linkid, REC nnnnnn
SENT: FILE spoolid ON lINK linkid
LINK linkid lINE ACTIVITY: TOT= a.a; ERRS= nnn; THOUTS= ppp
LINE vaddr DISABLED FOR lINK linkid
FROM linkid~ (MSG message text)
INVALID SPOOL BLOCK FORMAT ON FILE spoolid
FILE spoolid BACKSPACED
NO FILE ACTIVE ON LINK linkid
COMKAND FORWARDEt ON lINK linkid
LINK linkid NOW SET TO DEACTIVATE
LINK linkid ALREADY SET TO DEACTIVATE
FILE spoolid PROCESSING TERKINATED
FILE spoolid NOT ACTIVE
LINK linkid RESUKING FILE TRANSFER
LINK linkid NOT IN HOLD STATUS
FILE spoolid FORWARD SPACED
LINK linkid TO SUSPENt FILE TRANSMISSION
LINK linkid FILE TRANSMISSION SUSPENDED
LINK linkid A1REAtY IN HOLD STATUS
LINK linkid ERROR TRACE STARTED
lINK linkid TRACE STARTED
LINK linkid TRACE ENDED
LINK linkid TRACE ALREADY ACTIVE
LINK linkid TRACE NOT ACTIVE
NON-SIGNON CARD READ OJ LINK linkid
PASSWORD SUPPLIED ON LINK linkid IS INVALID
SIGNON OF LINKID (linkid) COMPLETE
ID CARD KISSING ON LINK linkid -- INPUT FILE PURGED

DHTREXOOOI RSCS (VER v, LEV 1, mm/dd/yy) READY
DKTREX0021 LINK linkid DEACTIVATED
DKTREX091T INITIALIZATION FAILURE -- RSCS SHUTDOWN
DKTSKL070E
DMTSHL108E
DKTSKL14l1
D5TSKL142I
DMTSML143r
DMTSML1441
DMTSM114S1
DKTSML1461
DMTSML147I
DKTSM1149I
DKTSKL1601
DMTSKL170I
DKTSML190E
DMTSKL5101
DMTSML511E
DMTSML5701

I/O ERROR cuu SIOCC cc CSW csv SENSE sense CCW ccv
SYSTEK ERROR READING SPOOL FILE spoolid
LINE vaddr READY FOR CCNNECTION TO LINK linkid
LINK linkid LINE ~addr CONNECTED
LINK linkid LINE vaddr DISCONNECTED
RECEIVING: FILE FROK locidl (naael) FOR locid2 (oserid2)
RECEIVED: FILE FROM locidl (naael) FOR locid2 (userid2)
SENDING: FILE spoolid ON LINK linkid, REC nnnnnn
SENT: FILE sPQQ_lid ON LINK linkid
LINK linkid LINE ACTIVITY: TOT= ammo ERRS= nnn; TKOUTS= ppp
LINE vaddr DISABLED FOR LINK linkid
FROM linkid: (MSG message text)
INVALID SPOOL BLOCK FORKAT ON FILE spoolid
FILE spoolid BACKSPACED
NO FILE ACTIVE ON lINK linkid
LINK linkid NOW SET TO DEACTIVATE
Appendix B. Kessage Summary Alphamerically by Hessage Identifier

279

DMT
DMTSML571E
DMTSML580I
DMTSML581E
DMTSML590I
DMTSML591E
DMTSML600I
DMTSML610I
DHTSML611I
DMTSML612E
DMTSML801I
DMTSML802I
DHTSHL803I
DMTSML810E
DMTSML811E
DMTSML901E
DMTSML902E
DMTSML903E
DMTSM19051
DMTSML906E
DMTSML934E
DMTSML935E
DMTSML936E
DMTSML937E

280

LINK linkid ALREAtY SET TO DEACTIVATE
FILE spoolid PROCESSING TERMINATED
FILE spoolid NOT ACTIVE
LINK linkid RESUMING FILE TRANSFER
LINK linkid NOT IN HOLD STATUS
FILE spoolid FORWARD SPACED
LINK linkid TO SUSPEND FILE TRANSMISSION
LINK linkid FILE TRANSMISSION SUSPENDED
LINK linkid ALREAtY IN HOLD STATUS
LINK linkid ERROR TRACE STARTED
LINK linkid TRACE STARTED
LINK linkid TRACE ENDED
LINK linkid TRACE ALRIADY ACTIVE
LINK linkid TRACE NOT ACTIVE
INVALID SML MODE SPECIFIED -- LINK (linkid) NOT ACTIVATED
NON-SIGNON CARD READ ON LINK linkid
PASSWORD SUPPLIED ON LINK linkid IS INVALID
SIGNON OF LINKID linkid CO!PLETE
INVALID SML BUFFER PARAMETER -- LINK (linkid) NOT ACTIVATED
ID CARD MISSING ON LINK linkid -- INPUT FILE PURGED
LINK (linkid) IN RJE ~CDE -- PRINT FILE (spoolid) PURGED
NO REMOTE PUNCH AVAILABLE ON LINK linkid -- FILE spooled PURGED
DECOMPRESSION ERROR ON linkid -- LINK DEACTIVATED

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DKfJ.

IPCS rv'essage Summary
DKMCPA8051 'nnn' ABEND CODE NOT RECOGNIZED BY DATA EXTRACTION
DMMDSC500s
DMMDSC7001
DHMDSC701R
DMMDSC7191
DHMDSC7201
DMMDSC7211
DMMDSC7221
DHMDSC7231

ERROR 'nnn' WRITING TC VIRTUAL PRINTER
TYPE 'HELP' OR ENTER
ENTER DUMP NUMBER ANt MODE
ERROR 'nnn' IN FSSTATE 'filename filetype fm'
LOAD MAP ALREADY PRESENT
&NAME TABLE IS FULL
INVALID ENTRY INTO &NAME TABLE
THE DUMP IS NOT ON THE A-DISK

DMMEDM8501
DMMEDM8511
DHMEDM8521
DMMEDM853I
DMMEDM860I
DMMEDM861E
DMMEDM863E
DHMEDM8641

UNABLE TO READ DUMP FRCM READER
TEN DUMP FILES ALREADY EXIST
FATAL I/O ERROR WRITING DUMP
NO DUMP FILES EXIST
FATAL I/O ERROR READING DUMP
DUMP FILE 'filename' NCT FOUND
INVALID PARAMETER - parameter
PAGE REFERENCED NOT AVAILABLE WHILE EDITING xxxxxxxx

DMMFED7021 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN COUNT - RETRY
DMMFED7031 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN ADDRESS - RETRY
DMMFEX7041 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN ADDRESS - RETRY
DMMGET100S ERBOR !nnn! READING FILE ! filename filetype fm!
DHMGET7081 PAGE 'page' NOT FOUND IN DUMP
DMMGRC100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE ' filename filetype fm'
DMMGRC8091 REQUESTED ADDRESS NOT IN DUMP
DMHHEX7141 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN INPUT - RETRY
DMMINI100S
DMHINI200S
DMMINI300S
DHMINI400S
DMHINI800S
DMMINI803S

ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR 'nnn' ON FSSTATE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR 'nnn' CLOSING 'filename filetype fm'
DATA EXTRACTION FAILURE
ERROR 'nnn' ATTE~PTING TO LOADMOD VHFDUMP2

DMHIOB7121 DEVICE 'cuu' NOT FOUND
DMHIOB7131 USER 'userid' VMBlOK NeT FOUND
DMMLOC7151 NON-HEX CHARACTER IN STRING
DHMLOC7161 STRING 'string'}NCT FCUNDINOT FOUND BEFORE END OF DUHP[
DHMLOC7171 INVALID FORM OF LOCATE COMMAND
DMMKAP200S
DMHHAP8011
DH!HA P802I
DMMMAP806R
DMMMAP8071
DHHMAP8081
DHMHAP8101

ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
NUC MAP 'filena.e filetype fm' IS NOT VALID FOR THIS DUMP.
PROCEEDING ••••
ENTER 'filename filetype f.' OF NUCLEUS LOAD MAP OR ENTER NULL
UNABLE TO LOCATE 'filename filetype fm'
NUCLEUS MAP INVALID 'filename filetype f.'
ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'fileid'

DHMMOD100S
DMMMOD705E
D!UlM.OD7061
DHMMOD707I
DKMHOD7181

ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
ERROR IN ITEM TABLE
'entry name' NOT FOUND IN THE LOAD MAP
'module' 'page' PAGE NOT VALID
THIS DUMP HAS NO LOAD MAP - SEE KAP SUBCOMMAND

DHHPRM200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DKMPRK804I PROC-ESSING ERROR IN DATA EXTRA{;TION

Appendix B. Message Summary Alpha.erically by Message Identifier

281

DMM
DHMPR0100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DMHPR0200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
DHHPR0300S ERROR 'nnn' ON FSSTATE 'filename filetype fa'
DHHREG100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fa'
DMMREG72qI {AP} REGISTERS REQUESTED FOR UNIPROCESSOR DUMP
DMHREG72qI {HP} REGISTERS REQUESTED FOR UNIPROCESSOR DUMP
D8HSCR709I NO VALID SCROLL AtDRESS
DMMSEA100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fa'
DMMSTA100S ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filename filetype fa'
DMHSTA200S ERROR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fa'
DHMSTA601I OPERAND 'operand' NOT RECOGNIZED
DKHSUH100S
DMMSUM200S
DKKSUK501S
DHHSUM502S

ERROR 'nnn' READING FILE 'filenaae filetype f.'
ERReR 'nnn' WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fm'
INVALID PARM 'badpara' PASSED TO SUMMARY UPDATE PROGRAM
PROBLEM 'PRBnnnnn' NeT FOUND IN SYHPTOH SUMMARY

DKMTRC710I NON-NUMERIC COUNT CHARACTER - RETRY
DHHVHB711I LOOP IN VKBLOK CHAIN
DMMWRT200S ERROR 'nnn'

282

WRITING FILE 'filename filetype fa'

IBH VM/370 System Hessages

D!!K

Appendix C. IVlessage-to-l'v1odule Cioss-Reference

This appendix contains all the V!!/370 message identifiers,
listed in numerical order vertically. Use this appendix
when you want to find out which modules issue a given
message.
Find the message number within its component
code group (CP, C!!S, RSCS, or 1PCS); all the message
identifiers with the same number appear together.
N01~: Messages
shown in this appendix are not qualified
with program product identifiers, refer to the message
section of this book to establish ownership.

CP Message Summary
D!!KCFC001E
DMKCFC002E
DHKCFGOO2E
DHKCFTOO2E
DMK!!CCOO2E
D!tKMCDOO2E
DMKHIU002E
DMKNES002E
DMKHET002E
DMKNLDOO2E
DMKSPT002E
DMKTH1002E
DMKTRA002E
DMKCDB003E
DMKCDM003E
DHKCFG003E
DMKCFOO03E
DHKCFSOO3E
D!lKCPSOO3E
DMKCPV003E
DMKCQP003E
DHKCQR003E
DMKCSB003E
DMKCSOOO3E
DKKCSP003E
DMKCST003E
DKKCSU003E
DMKDEF003E
DMKLOG003E
DMKHCC003E
DMKHCH003E
DMKMSG003E
DHKNET003E
D!KNLE003E
DMKSPT003E
DMKTB1003E
DMKTRA003E
DMKUSOOO3E
DMKVDA003E

DMKCDSOOSE
DHKCPEOOSE

DMKCSU013E
DMKTRA013E
DMKVMDO"13E

D!!KCFCOO6E
D!!KCFSOO6E
DHKCFTOO6E

DMKSPS014E

D!KCPBOO6E

DMKCPVOO6E
D!KCQPOO6E
DMKCSEOO6E
D!KCSOOO6E
D!KCSPOO6E
DHKCSTOO6E
D!!KCSUOO6E
D!!KD1AOO6E
D!!KMCCOO6E
DMKNES006E
DMKNET006E
DHKNLD006E
DMKNLEOO6E
DMKSPTOO6E
DMKVDA006E
DMKVDD006E
DMKCPV007E
D!KCSP007E
DMKCSU007E
DMKCSU008E
DMKSPT008E
DMKCDB009E
DMKCDM009E
DMKCPVOO9E
D!KNES009E
D!KNET009E
DMKV!D009E
DMKCDB010E
DMKCDS010E
DMKD1A011E

DMKCDB004E
DMKCDMOO4~

DHKCDS004E
DKKCFC004E
DMKCFD004E
DMKCPV004E
DMKHES004E
DMKHET004E

DMKCDSOl2-E
DMKCPE012E
DMKCFG013E
DMKCFC013E
DMKCSB013E
DKKCS 00 13E
DMKCSP013E

Dl!KCFOO20E
DMKCPV020E
DMKCQG020E
DMKCQP020E
D!!KCQR020E
DMKCQY020E
DMKCSP020E
DMKCSU020E
DMKD1A020E
DMKLNK020E
DMKLOG020E
DMKMSG020E
DMKQVM020E
DMKUSOO20E
D!KVDA020E
DKKVDD020E
DKKVMD020E
DMKCFD021E
DMKCF0021E
DMKCPS021E
DMKCPU021E
DMKCPV021E
DMKCQP021E
DMKCSB021E
DMKCS0021E
DMKMCC021E
DMKMCD021E
DMKNES021E
DMKNET021E
DKKNLD021E
DMKNLE021E
DKKSPT021E
DKKVDA021E
DMKVDD021E

D!KD1A022E
DPIKLNK022E
D!KVDA022E
DMKVDD022E
DPIKVKI022E
DHKVDA023E
DMKDEF024E
DPIKDEF02SE
DMKCDB026E
DMKCDS026E
D!KCFC026E
D!KCFD026E
DMKCFG026E
D!KCFH026E
DMKCF0026E
DMKCFS026E
DftKCFT026E

DMKCPB026E
DMKCPS026E
D!lKCPV026E
D!KCQR026E
D!KCQY026E
D!KCSB026E
D!KCSP026E
DMKCST026E
D!KCSU026E
DMKDEF026E
DMKMCC026E
DMKMCD026E
DMKHCH026E
Dl!KHES026E
DMKNET026E
DMKNLD026E
DMKSPM026E
DlIKSPS026E
DKKTB1026E
DMKTRA026E

DMKCFD022E

DKKCQG027E

D8KCF~2-2E

IH!KCST{}27E

D!KCPB022E
DKKCQG022E
DMKCQP022E
DMKCSB022E
DMKCSP022E
DMKCST022E
DMKDEF022E

D!KCSU027E
DMKCQG028E
DKKCQR028E
DKKCSB028E
DMKCS0028E
DMKCSP028E

Appendix C. Kessage-to-Module Cross-Reference

293

DMK
DMKCQG045E
DMKCQP045E
DHKCQR045E
DMKCQY045E
DMKDIA045E
DHKMSG045E
DHKTHI045E
DHKUSC045E
DPlKVDA045E
DMKVDD045E

DMKSSS071E

DMKCSU035E

DMKCFC046E
DHKCFS046E
DMKCFP046E
DHKCPV046E
DMKCSB046E
DHKCSC046E
D£U:;MCC046:Z
DHKNES046E
DHKNET046E
DMKNLD046E
DMKNLE046E
DMKSPT046E
DHKVDA046E
DMKVDD046E

DMKCSB036E
DHKSPS037E
DMKSPS037E
DMKVHD037E

DMKCSU028E
DMKS PS028E
DHKCSP029E
DMKCSU029E
DMKCSOO30E
DHKCSp030E
DHKCSU030E

DMKALG 115E
DMKLNK115E

DMKSSS072E
DMKSST072E

DMKLNK116E

DMKSST073E

D!KLNK117E

DHKSSU07IJE

D!KLNK118E

DMKSSS075E

DMKLNK119E

DMKVDA076E

DMKVDA120E

D!KDEF077E

DMKVDA121E
D!KVDD121E

DMKCSB031E
DMKCSP032E
DMKCSU032E
DMKCDM033E
DMKCDS033E
DMKCPv033E

DHKNET033E
DMKVMD033E
DMKVCH034E
DHKVDA034E

DMKCFD040E
DPIKCFOO40E
DMKCFG040E
DMKCPB040E
DMKCPS040E
DKKCPV040E
DMKCQG040E
DMKCQP040E
DMKCSB040E
DHKCSOO40E
DMKCSP040E
DMKCST040E
DMKDEF040E
DMKDIA040E
DMKHCC040E
DMKMCD040E
DMKNES040E
DMKNET040E
DMKNLD040E
DMKNLE040E
DMKSPT040E
DMKVDA040E
DMKVDD040E

D!KSSS0781
D!KSST0781
DMKCFV080E
DMKLOG080E

DMKVDA122E
D!KCPS123E
DMKVDA 123E
DMKVDD123E

DMKLOG081W
D!KCFV082E
DPIKLOG082E

DHKCPS124E
DMKVDA124E
DMKVDD124E

DMKDIA047E

DMKCFG083E

DMKVDA125E

DMKVCH048E

DMKLOG090E

DMKVDA126E

DMKCPS049E
DMKNES049E
DMKNET049E

D!KDEF091E
DMKLOG091E

DMKVDA127E
DPIKVDA128E

DMKLOG092E
DMKLOG050E

DMKVCH129E
DMKLOG093E

DMKLOG051E

DMKVCH130E
DKKDEF09IJE

DHKCFS052E
DMKLNK052E
DHKLOG052E
DMKCFS053E
DPIKCSP053E
DPIKCSU053E
DMKLNK053E
DMKLOG053E
DffKVMD053E

DPIK DEFO 95E
DMKLOG095E

DMKCPI 131 I
DKKLOG131E
DMKVDli3iE

DPIKDIA098E
D!KNES098E
DMKNET098E

DMKVCH132E

DKKLNK101W

DPIKVDA134E
DHKVDD134E

DMKVDA133E

DHKLNK102W
DMKLOG054E
DHKLNK103W

DMKVDA135E
DMKVDD135E

DHKLNK 1 04E

DPIKDEF136E

DHKLNK105E

DPIKLNK137E

DMKLNK106E

DMKVCH138E

DMKLNK107E

DHKLNK139E
DMKVDA139E

DMKDIA055E
tMKDIA056E
DMKMSG057W

DMKCFOO41E
DMKALG059E
DMKCQG042E
DMKCST042E
DMKCSU042E

DMKCDPI060E
DMKLNK108E
DMKCDPI061E

DHKCSB043E

DMKLNK109E
DMKCFV062E

DMKCFG044E
DMKCFH044E
DMKNLD044E
DMKCFS044E
DMKS NC044E

DMKLNK110E
DMKCFV063E
DHKLNK111E
DMKVAT064E
DHKLNK112E
DPlKLOG067E

DMKCFOO45E
DMKCFS045E
DMKCPV045E
284

DHKLNK113E
DMKSST070E

IBM '1:1/370 System Messaqes

DMKLNK11 to!:

DMKCF0140E
DMKCPS140E
DMKCPV140F
DMKCSB140E
DMKCS0140E
DMKMCC 140E
DMKNES140E
DMKNET140E
DMKNLD140E
DMKNLE140E
DMKSPT140E
D~KVDA140E

D~K

DMKCFC175E
DMKCFS175E
DMKNES175E

DMKMCC215E

DMKRSE2521

DMKMCC216E

DMKCSP253E
DMKCSU253E

DMKCPV176E

DMKMCC217E

DMKCFG177E

DMKMCD218E

DMKSNC178E

DMKMON2191

DMKRSE2551
DMKCF0255W

DMKCFG179E

DMKKON2201

DKKNMT256F

DMKCFP179E
DMKCFS179E
DMKSNC179E

DKKKCD222E

DMKNMT257E

DMKMCD223E

DMKLNK281t

DMKTRA180W

DMKMCD224E

DMKCFH300E

DMKCPS144W

DMKATS181E

DMKKNI225E

DMKMID310E

DMKJRL 145r

DMKTRA182E

DMKMCD226E

DMKSAV350W

DMKVMD1461

DMKCFS183&

DMKMCD227E

DMKSAV351W

DMKCSB148E

DMKCFC184E
DMKCFS184E

DMKMCD228&

DMKSAV352i

DMKMIA229E

DMKSAV353w

DMKVMI230E

DKKCKS4001
DMKPGT4001

DMKVDD140E
DMKCS0141E
DMKCPS142E
DMKCSB142E
DMKVDA142E
DMKVDD142E
DMKCF0143E
DMKCPS143E
DMKMCC143E
DMKNLD143E
DMKNLE143E
DIiKSPTi 43&
DMKVDA143E
DMKVDD143E

DMKNMT254E

D~KCFH179E

DMKVDA 1511
DMKCPI185E
DMKCDB160E
DMKCDM160E
DMKCDS160E
DMKCFD160E
DMKCPV160E
DMKNES160E
DMKNET160E
DMKVMD160E

DMKCF0188E
DMKCFS188E
DMKLOG188E

DMKCDS161E
DMKVMA161E

DMKCFS1891
DMKLOG1891

DMKCDS162E
DMKCDS162W

DMKCFS1901

DMKCF0186E
DMKVMI231E
DMKCFS187E

DMKCPU191E

DMKVMI232E

DMKCKS4011
DMKPGT4011

DMKVMI233E

DMKPTR410W

DMKVMI234E

DMKPRG411W

DKKRSE240E
DKKTCS240E

DMKPAG415E

DKKRSE241E
DMKTCS241E

DMKCDSi 63&
DMKCDS164E
DMKCFD164E
DMKCFP164E

DMKCPS192E
DMKCPU192E
DMKCPU1931

DKKCPV1651

DMKCPU1941

DMKCDS166E

DMKBLD200E

DMKCFG170E
DMKCFH170E
DMKCFS170E
DMKNLD170E

DMKBLD201E

DMKCFG171E
DMKCFH171E
DMKCFS171E
DMKNLD171E
DMKSNC171E
DMKCFG172E
DMKCFH172E

DMKBLD202E
DMKCPV202E
DMKCFG203E
DMKCPV203E

DKKRSE242E

DMKAC0425A
DMKAC0425E
DMKRSP426E
DMKSPS426E

DMKCS0243E
DMKCSP243E
DMKCSU243E

DMKVSP427I
DMKRSP428E

DMKCS0244E

DMKVSP4291

DMKCS0245E
DMKCSP245E
DMKCSU245E

DMKRSP430A
DMKRSP431A

DMKCS0246E
DMKCSP246E
DMKCSU246E

DMKRSP432A

DKKNKT2471

DKKRSP434A

DMKNMT248E

DMKCFH435E
DMKCFP435E
DMKSNC435E

DMKRSP433A

DMKCPV20'*F
DPlKDU206E
DMKLOG206E
DMnCC211E

DMKCFG173E
DMKCFH173E

DMKMCD212E

DMKCFG174E

DMKMCC213E

DMKCFG175E

DMKMCD214E

DKKNMT249E
DHI(CF0250E
DMKCFS250E
DKKLOG250E
DMKCFS251E
DMKLOG251E

DMKCFH436E
DMKCLK437E
DMKSSS438E
DMKDSP450W

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285

DMK
DMKDSP452W
DMKPRG453W
DMKCNS4541
DMKRGA4541
DMKRNH454I
DMKCNS455I
DMKRGA455I
DMKVMA456W
DKKNLD460E
DMKNLE460E

DMKDAS504D
D!!KTAP504D
DMKBSC504I
DMKCNS504I
DMKDAS504I
DftKGRF504I
DftKRSE504I
DftKRSE505A
DftKDAS505D
DMKTAP505D
DMKBSC505I
DMKCNS505I
DMKDAS505I

DMKCNS528I

DKKKCH624I

DKKGRF529I
DKKRSE529I

DftKDDR700E
DftKDDR101E

DKKDA05301
DKKGRF530I

DKKDDR702E

DMKGRF531I

DKKDDR703E

DKKGRF532I

DftKDDR704E

DKKDA0536I

DftKDDR705E
D1URGA705I

DKKIOF550E
DMKDAS506I

DKKNLD461R
DMKNLE461R

DKKNES706E
DKKIOG551E

DMKDAS507D

DMKDDR707E
DKKIOG552I

DKKRNH462I

DMKDAS5081
DftKRSE5081

DftK1OG5531

DftKDAS5091

DftK1OG5581

DftKTAP5101

DKK1OH559W

DftKTAP5111

DKK1OH560W

DMKTAP5121

DftKIOH561W

DMKDAS5131
DMKTAP5131

DftKVER5751

DftKDDR708E

DftKRNH4631
DftKNLE4641
DftKRNH4641

DftKDDR709E
DftKDDR710A
DftKDDR711 R

DMKRNHij651
DMKVDS465W

DftKDDR712E

DMKCQP466I
DMKRNH4681

DMKDDR713E
DftKDDR714E
DftK CCH6 01 I

D!!KNLE469E

DMKDAS514D

D!!KDDR715E
DftKCCH602I

DMKNLD470E
DftKNLE470E
DMKNLD471 E
DftKNLE471E
DMKUDR4751
DftKBSC5001
DftKCNS5001
DftKDAS5001
DftKGRF5001
D!!KRSE5001
DMKTAP5001
D!!KBSC501A
DftKDAS501A
DftKRSE501A
DMKTAP501A
DftKCNS501I
DMKRSE501I
DMKBSC5021
DMKCNS5021
DMKDAS5021
DftKGRF5021
DMKRSE5021
DMKTAP5021

DftKBSC5161
D~UmAS5161
DMKT~P5161

DftKDDR716 R
DftKCCH603W
DftKDDR717R
DftKCCH6051

DMKDAS517E
nl!1tBSCS17I
DftKTAP5171

D!!K!!CH610W

DftKftCT61OW

DftKDDR119E

DMKDAS5181
DMKTAP5181

DftKftCH611 W
DftKftCT611W

DftKDDR720E

DftKTAP5191

DftKftCH612W
D!!KKCT612W

D!!KDDR722E

DMKftCH6131

D!!KDDR723E

DftKftCH611H

DMKDDR724E

DftKDDR718E

DftKDDR721E
DKKRSE520A
DftKBSC5201
DftKDAS5201
D!!KRSE5201
DMKTAP5201

D!!K ftCH6151

DKKDDR725R

DMKGRF5211
DMKRSE5211
DftKTAP5211

DKKftCH6161
DKK!!CT6161

DftKDDR726E

DftKTAP5221

DKKMCH6171

DMKTAP5231

DMKMCH6181

DMKRSE5241

DMKMCH6191
DMKMCT6191

DftKFMT733E

DftKDDR727E
DMKFMT730E
D!!KFMT732E

DMKRSE503A
DMKBSC5031
D!!KCNS5031
D!!KDAS5031
DMKGRF5031
DftKRSE5031
DMKTAP5031

DMKGRF5251
DMKRSE5251

DMKMCT6201

DMKFftT734E

D!!KTAP5261

D!!K!!CT6211

DftKFMT735E

DftKBSC5271
DMKCNS5271

DMKMCH622W

D!!KFMT736!

DMKVMD6231

DMKFKT737E

DMKRSE504A

DMKBSc52BI

286

I EM VM/370 System Messages

D!lK
D!!KF!!T738A

D!!KQV!!800E

D!!KCKP900W

D!!KWR!!9201

D!!KF!!T739E

D!!KQV!!801E

DKKCKP901W

D!!KWR!!921 W

D!!KF!!T7IJOE

D!!KQV!!802E

D!!KCKP902W

DPIKCKP922W

D!!KDI R751E

DKKQV!!803E

D!!KCKS903W

DfIIKCP1950A

D!!KD1R752E

D!!KSP!!804E

D!!KWR!!904W

D!!KCP1951I

D!!KD1 R753E

D!!KSP!!805E

D!!KD!!P905W

DKKCPI9521

DKKD1R754E

DKKQV8806E

D!!KD!!P906W

D8KCP19531

"!3

D6KQV6607E

DnKDnP907i

D!!KCPI95IJE

DPIKDDR756E
D!!KD1R756E
D8KF!!T756E

D!!KSP!!808I

D!!K D!!P9 081

D8KCPI955W

D!!KQV!!809E

DPIKDPIP909W

DBKDAS956A
D!!KDSB956A

D!!KD1 R757E

D8KRBD8501

DPIKCKP910W

D!!KDIR758E

D!!KRBD8511

DPIKCKP911i

D8KD1R760E

D!!KRBD8521

D!!KCKS912W
D8KWRPI912W

D!!KD1 B761E

D8KRBD853I

D8KD1B762E

D8KRBD8601

D8KD1B763E

D8KRBD861E

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D8KCP1957I
D !!KCP1 9581

DKKCP1913I

DPIKCP1959W
DBKCKP9601
DKKCPI9601

DKKCKS915E
DPIK CKS 91 6E
D!!KDI B764E

D8KCKP961W
D!fKCPI961W

D!!KRBD863E
D!!KCKS917E
D!!KCKS917E

D!!KCLK970W

Appendix C. Kessage-to-Kodule Cross-Reference

287

DMS

eMS Message Summary
DMSAMSOO1E
DMSARNOO1E
DHSARXOO1E
DMSASKOO1E
DHSDLB001 E
DMSDLKOO1E
D!lSERVOO1E
DMSEXCOO1E
DMSLBMOO1E
DMSLBT001E
DMSLIOOO1E
DMSLKDOO1E
DMSMDP001E
DMSMOD001E
DMSNCPOO1E
DMSPREOO1E
DMSRUN001E
DMSTMA001E
DMSUPD001 E
DMSZ AP001E
DMSACC002E
DMSAMS002E
DMSARNOO2E
DMSARX002E
DMSASMOO2E
DMSCKP002E
DHSCPYOO2E
DHSDSK002E
DMSDSLOO2E
DMSERS002E
DMSERVOO2E
DMSGRN002E
DHSHLP002E
DMSIFCOO2E
DMSLBMOO2E
DHSLBTOO2E
DMSLDSOO2E
DMSLIOOO2E
DMSLKDOO2E
DHSLSTOO2E
DMSMDPOO2E
DMSMODOO2E
DMSMVEOO2E
DHSNCPOO2E
DMSPREOO2E
DMSPRTOO2E
DMSPUNOO2E
DMSRNMOO2E
DMSRUNOO2E
DMSSLNOO2E
DMSSRTOO2E
DMSSTTOO2E
DHSSYNOO2E
DMSTPEOO2E
DMSTYPOO2E
DMSUPD002E
DMSZAP002E
DMSLGT002I
D8SLIOO02I
DHSGLBOO2W
DMSGNDOO2W
DMSLBMOO2W
DMSLBT002W
DMSZAPOO2W
DMSACC003E
DMSAMSOO3E
DKSA RNOO3E
DKSA RXOO3E
288

DMSASMOO3E
DMSASNOO3E
DMSCMPOO3E
DMSCPyOO3E
DMSDLEOO3E
DMSDLKOO3E
DMSDSLOO3E
DMSDSV003E
DMSEDIOO3E
DMSERSOO3E
DMSFETOO3E
DMSFLDOO3E
DMSFOROO3E
DMSGRNOO3E
DMSHLPOO3E
DMSLBDOO3E
DMSLBMOO3E
DMSLBTOO3E
DMSLDSOO3E
DMSLICOO3E
DP.lSLLUOO3E
DMSLSTOO3E
DMSMOD003E
DMSMVEOO3E
DMSNCPOO3E
DMSPRTOO3E
DMSPRVOO3E
DMSPUNOO3E
D!lSRNMOO3E
DMSRRVOO3E
DMSSRV003E

DMSAMSOO7E
DMSARNOO7E
DMSARXOO7E
D!lSAS!lOO7E
DMS DLKOO7E
DMSGRNOO7E
DKSIFCOO7E
DMSLKDOO7E
DMSSYN007E
DMSUPDOO7E
D!lSZAPOO7E
DMSPRT008E
DMSPUNOO8E
DMSROCOO8E
Dl'1SABNOOSW
DMSLKDOO8W
DMSCMPOO9E
DMSDSKOO9E
DMSSRTOO9E
Dl'!STYP009E
DMSCMP010E
DMSTPE010E
DMSUPD010W

DMSDOSOO'JE
DMSFETOO'JE
DPlSPRVOO4E
DMSRRVOO4E
DMSSRVOO4E
DP.lSlRN004W
DMSLKDOO4W
DMSCMPOO5E
DP.lSDLEOO5E
DMSFOROO5E
DP.lSLICOO5E
DMSLKDOO5E
DMSMODOO5E
DMSQRYOO5E
DMSTYPOO5E
DMSAMSOO6E
DPlSARNOO6E
DPlSARX006E
DP.lSASPlOO6E
DMSCMSOO6E
DMSDLKOO6E
DHSERVOO6E
DMSGENOO6E
DMSLKDOO6E
DMSLLUOO6E
DMSPRVOO6E
DMSRRVOO6E
DMSSRVOO6E
DMSVMFOO6E

IBM VM/?70 System Messages

D!lSGND022E
D!lSDSV022W
DMSDLB023E
DMSFLD023E
DMSIFC023E
DMSTPE023E
DMSDSV023W
DASCPY024E
DMSEDI02'JE
DMSRNM02'JE
DMSUPD024E
DMSDSV02'JW
DMSNCP025E
DMSDSV025W
D!lSQRY026E
DMSSET026E
DMSDSV026W

DMSCMP011E
DMSARN012W
DMSLKD012W

D~SSYNOO3E

DMST!U003E
DMSTPD003E
DMSTPEOO3E
DMSTYPOO3E
DMSUPDOO3E
DMSZAFOO3E

DMSGND021E
DMSLIOO21E
DMSMOD021E
DMSNCP021E
DMSDSV021 W

DMSLBT013E
DMSNCP013E
DHSPRT013E
DMSPUN013E
DMSTYP013E
DMSDSL013W
DMSLBM013W
DMSDSKO 14E
DMSDSL014E
DMSGLB014E
DMSLBMO 14E
DMSLBT014E
DMSOVR014E
DMSQRY014E
DMSSET014E
DMSTPE014E
DMSZAP014E
DMSINT015E
DMSFCH016E
DMSARN016W
DMSLKD016W

D!lS1SN027E
D!lSDSV027E
DMSERV027E
D!lSFLD027E
D!lSTLB027E
DMSTPE027E
DMSDSV027W
DMSARE028E
D!lS1SN028E
D!lSFOR028E
DMSDSV028W
DMSASN029E
DMSCMP029E
DMSCPY029E
DMSEDI029E
DMSFET029E
DMSFLD029E
DMSLBD029E
DMSLIOO29E
DMSPRT029E
DMSTPE029E
DMSTYP02QE
DMSCPY030E
DMSRNM030E
DMSSET031E

Df!SACC017E
Df!SAREO 17E
DMSFOR017E
DMSTPE017E

DMS!OD032E
D!SSYN032E

DMSf!DP018E

DMSPRT033E
DMSPUN033E
DMSSVT033E
DMSTYP033E

DMSCMP019E
DMSRNM019E
DMSSRT019E
DMSDMPO 20W

DMSSRT034E
DMSASN035E
DMSFLD035E

DMS
DMSVMF035E

DMSERS048E
DMSFOB046E

DHSSOP036E
DHSSOP036W
DMSBOP037E
DMSCPY037E
DMSDSK037E
DMSDSL037E
DMSERS037E
DMSERV037E
DMSFOR037E
DMSLBH037E
DHSLST037E
DMSMOD037E
DMSMVE037E
DMSPRV037E
DMSRDC037E
DMSRNH037E
DMSSRT037E
DMSTPE037E
DMSUPD037E
DMSXCP037E
DMSARX038E
DKSASM038E

DHSGRN048E
DHSLDS048E
DHSLST048E
DHSMVE048E
DMSPRT048E
DHSRNI!!048E
Dl!SRUN048E
DMSSET048E
DMSSTT048E
DMSTPE048E
DHSUPD048E
DMSTYP049E
DI!!SASN050E
DMSDLBOSOE
DMSFLD050E
DMSSET050E
DP.lSRNMOS1E
DI!!SARXOS2E
DMSASH052E
DHSSRT053E

DMSPRT039E
DMSPUN039E
DMSTYP039E

DMSMOD040E
DMSMVE041E
DMSCPY042E
DKSRDC042E
DMSTPE042E
DMSBOP043E
DMSCLS043E
DMSTLB043E
DKSTPE043E
DMSXCP043E
DHSEDI044E
DHSPRT044E
DMSPUN044E
DMSNCP045E
DMSDSL046E
DKSLBM046E
DKSLBT046E
DMSDSK047E
DMSDSL047E
DMSDSV047E
DKSGLB047E
DMSLBH047E
DMSLBT047E
DMSOVR047E
DMSQRY047E
DMSSET047E
DMSTPE047E
DMSVMF047E
DMSZAP047E
DMSACC048E
DMSARE048E
DMSCPY048E
DMSDLB048E
DMSDSK048E

DMSCHPOS4E
DMSCPI054E
DKSDSKOS4E
DMSEDIOS4E
DMSERSOS4E
Dl!ISGRNOS4E
DMSPRTOS4E
DHSPUNOS4E
DHSRDCOS4E
DMSRNHOS4E
DKSSRTOS4E
DKSSTTOS4E
DKSTYPOS4E
DHSLIOOSSE

DMSRDC062E
DMSRNM062E
DMSSRT062E
DMSSTT062E
DMSTYP062E
DMSCPY063E
DMSSRT063E
DI!!SCPY064E
DMSAMS065E
DMSASN065E
DMSCPY065E

DMSLST070E
DMSMDP070E
DHSI!!OD070E
DMSMVE070E
DI!!SOPT070E
DMSPRT070E
DI!!SPRV070E
DI!!SQRY070E
DI!!SRRV070E
DMSRUN070E
DHSSET070E
DHSSRT070E
DHSSRV070E
DMSSSK070E

DMSDLB065E

'I"'Io."r"~,"I'I'III'\..,n._

DMSDSV065E
DMSFLD065E
DMSLBD065E
DMSUPD065E

DMSTHA070E
DMSTPE070E
DMSUPD070E
DMSVHF070E
DHSVPD070E
DHSZAP070E

DHSAMS066E
DMSASN066E
DMSCPY066E
DMSDLB066E
DMSDSV066E
DMSFLD066E
DMSLBD066E
DMSLST066E
DKSSYN066E
DMSUPD066E
DMSCPY067E
DMSCPY068E
DHSARE069E
DMSASN069E
DMSBOP069E
DMSCPY069E
DMSDSL069E
DKSERS069E
DMSFOR069E
DMSLDS069E

lIn;:),;:n::4V'

v~

Dl!SERS071 E
DKSEXT072E
DKSKVE073E
DKSARX074E
DKSASM074E
DMSARX07SE
DKSASM07SE
DHSMVE07SE
DMSEDI076E
DHSDSK077E
DMSDSK078E
DMSGRN078E
DMSINI079E

Dr1SLST069E

DMSLBHOS6E
DMSLBTOS6E
DP.lSLICOS6E
DKSNCPOS6E
DMSSYNOS6E
DPISZAPOS6E
DHSLBTOS6W

DMSMVE069E
DMSRDC069E
DMSSTT069E
DMSUPD069E
DHSVGN069E
DHSFLD0691
DHSTYP069E

DKSTMAOS7E
DKSTPEOS7E

DMSAKS070E
DMSARE070E
DKSARX070E
DHSASH070E
DKSASN070E
DMSDLB070E
DMSDLK070E
DHSDSK070E
DMSDSL070E
DKSDSV070E
DHSERS070E
DHSERV070E
DMSFET070E
DMSFLD070E
DftS P0R-07{}EDMSGND010E
DMSIFC070E
DMSLBD010E
DMSLBM070E
DMSLKD010E
DMSLLU070E

DKSBOPOS8E
DKSCLS058E
DKSTLEOS8E
DMSTPDOS8E
DI!!STPEOS8E
DMSVMFOS8E
DMSACC059E
DMSACC060E
DKSSET0-6'lE
DMSCMP062E
DMSCPY062E
DMSDSK062E
DMSPRT062E
DMSPUN062E

DMSINI080E
DMSINI080E
DMSINI081E
DHSINI082E
DPISINI083E
DKSINI083E
DKSPIOD084E
DKSDLB086E
DKSKVE086E
DHSBOP086W
DMSASN087E
DMSBOP088E
DMSCLS088E
DMSPDP088E
D1!fSl30POa~R

DMSCLS089E
DMSOPL089E
DHSASN090E
DMSDOS091E

Appendix C. Message-to-Module Cross-Reference

289

DMS
DMSDOS092E
DftSDOS093E

DMSUPD104S
DMSVftFl04S
DMSICP104S
DftSZAP104S

DftSCftS 111 E
DftSGENlll E
DMSTLBll1S
DftSTPEll1S

DftSITS 134S

DPlSBTP105E
DftSDLK105S
DMS!)SK105S
DftSDSll05S
DMSDSV105S
DMSEDI105S
DMSLBM105S
DMSLBT105S
DftSLIC105S
DftSLLU105S
D!SLST105S
DftSMOD105S
D!SPRV105S
DftSBDC105S
D!SRRV105S
DMSSRT105S
DMSSRV105S
DMSTftAl05S
DMSTPD105S
DftSTPE105S
DMSUPD105S
DftSVftFl05S
DftSVPD105S
DftSICP105S

DftSACC112S

DftSITS135S

DMSACC113S
DftSAftS113S
DftSASI113S
DftSBOPl13S
DftSCI0113S
DftSCLSl13S
DftSDBG113S
DftSFCBl13S
D1'!SFOR113S
DftSPIOl13S
DftSPRV113S
Dl1SRRV113S
DftSSRV113S
DftSTLBl13S
DftSTPEl13S
DftSVftFl13S
DftSVPD113S
DftSICP113S

DMSUIS136S
DMSITS136T

DPISDOS094E
DMSCPIS095E
DftSDOS095E
DPISDSV095E
DftSGEI095E
DftSDOS096S
DMSTPE096E
Df!SPRV097E
Df!SRRV097E
DMSSRV097E
DftSDSL098E
DMSFET098E
DftSPRV098E
DftSRRV098E
Df!SSRV098E
DMSITS098S
DftSIIS098W
DMSSET098W
DPISASN099E
DMSDLK099E
DMSDSV099E
DPISERV099E
DPISFET099E
DPISLI0099E
DMSLLU099E
DPISOPT099E
DPISPRV099E
Df!SQRY099E
Df!SRRV099E
DMSSET099E
DMSSRV099E
D"SNCPOQQW

DftSBTB100E
DftSINS100W
DftSSET100W
DPlSBTB101E
DMSCPll01S
Df!SCPll02S
DftSCPl103S
DftSCf!Pl04S
DftSDLKl 04S
DMSDSK104S
DftSDSL104S
DMSEDI104S
DftSFCB104S
DMSBLP104S
DftSIFC104S
DftSLBf!l 04S
D!SLBT104S
DftSLI0104S
DftSftOD104S
DPlSOVB104S
DftSPBT104S
DPISPUN104S
DftSSLN104S
DftSS BTl 04 S
DftSSYN104S
DftSTPE104S
D"STIP104S
290

DMSBTP106E
DMSLBT106S
Df!SBTP107E
DMSBWR107S
DftSBTP108E
DftSGLB108S
DftSBTP109E
DMSACC109S
DftSAftSl09S
DMSBWB109S
DftSCftPl09S
DftSDLE109S
DMSFCB109S
DftSBLP109S
DMSLBPJ109S
DMSLIC109S
DftSPJOD109S
D!SNCP109S
DftSOVR109S
DftSSftNl09S
DftSPRE109s
DftSSOP109S
DMSSTG109S
DftSTftAl09S
D!STPD109S
DftSVIB109S
DMSVIP109S
DMSVftFl09S
DftSVPD109S
DMSERS109T
DMSFNS109T

DftSftODl14E
DftS FOR 114S
DftS FCB 11 5E
DftSTPEl15S
DMSLI0116S
DftSftOD116S
DftSEDIl17S
DftSVftFl17S

DftSSftN133S
DftSSTG133S

DftSTftA137S
D1'!SITS137T
DftSTftA 138 S
D1'!SITS138T
DftSTfU 139S
DftSITS139T
DftSCLS140S
DftSDOS140S
DMSITS140T
DMSCftSl 4 1 S
DftSGER141S
DftSITP141 T
DMSSET142S
DftSITP142T
DftSEDI143S
DftSITP143T
DftSEDI144S
DftSITP144T
DMSCI0145S
DftSPI0145S

DftS DSK 118S
DMSPUI118S

DftSABR 148T

DftSSVT119S

DftS1BR149T

DftSSBS120S
DftSSCT120S
DftSSVT120S

DftSABH150W

DftSDOS121S
DftSSVT121S

DftSABR152T
DMSABB153W
DftSITS154T

DftSITS122S
DftSABN155T
DftSPRT123S
DftSPUI123S

DftSCPI156E

DftSDSK124S
DftSRDC124S

DftSCPI157E
DftSLBft 157S

DMSFOR125S

DftSOPL158E

DMSFOR126S

DftSFRE159T

DMSftVE127S

D!SDOS160S
DMSFRE160T

DftSftVE128S
DMSCftSll0E
DftSGEN110E
DftSTLB110s
DMSTftAl10S
DftSTPD110S
DftSTPEll0S
DMSVftFl10S
DftSVPD110S

IBft VK/370 system Messages

DftSftVE129S

DMSICP161S
DMSFBE161T

DftSMVE130S

DftSFRE162T

DftSIII131S

DftSFRE163T

DftSEDI132S

DftSFRE164T

DM~

D!!SFRE165T

D!!SLI0206W

D!!SFRE166T

Dl'.ISOPD207W

DHSLBH167S

DHSZAP208E

D!!SDSV245S
DMSZAP245S

DMSSSK363E
D!SVGN3631
D!SVGN363R

D!SZAP246W
DKSZAP247W
D!!SFRE167T

DMSCMP209W

DMSLI0168S
D!!SL10169S

DMSDLK210E
D!!SZAP210E
DMSOPD210W

DMSBWR170S

DMSCMP211E

DKSSSK364E
D!!SVGN36lJI
D!SVGN36lJR

DMSZAP248W
DMSZAP2491

D!!SSSK365E
D!!SVGN3651
D!!SVGN365R

DMSHLP250S

D!!SHLP251E
DliSe!!i7i!
DMSCRD171T
DMSCWR171T

DMSVGN3661
D!!SVGN366R

DHSSRT212E
DMSHLP252E

DMSCpy172E

DMSDS1213W
DMSLBM213W
Dl!SLBT213W

D!!SCPY173E

DMSFOB214W

DMSUPD174W

D8SERB215T

DMSOPD176W

DMSDLE220R
DMSFLD220R
DMSLDS220B

DMSFOR253E
DMSOPD299E
DMSUPD300E
DMSDLB301E

D!!SVGN3671
D!!SVPD3671
D!!SUIS367R
D!!SVGN3681
DMSVPD3681
DMSVGN368R
DMSVGN369E
DMSVGN369R

DMSBOP302E
DMSDLB302E

DMSVGN380R

D!!SLLU303E

D!!ISVGN381R

DMSUPD179E
DMSCMP1791

DMSDLB221E
DMSFLD221E
DMSLBD221E
DMSLDS221E

DMSDLB30lJE
DMSUPD3041

D!!SVGN382R

DKSUPD180W

Dl!SLDS222E

DMSDLB305E

DMSVKF383R
DKSVPD383R

DKSUPD181E

DMSLDS223E

DMSDLB306E

DMSOPD182W

DMSFLD224E

DKSDLB307E

DMSPRE183E
DMSOPD183E

Dl!SMVE2251

DMSBOP308E
DMSDLB308E

DMSUPD177I
DMSUPD1781

DMSUPD184W

DMSLDS226E
DMSMVE2261

DMSUPD185w

DMSSTT2271
D!SLDS227W

DMSUPD186W

DMSDLB3201

DMSDLB3221
DMSDLB3231

DMSSTT229E
DHSLDS2291

DHSDLB3241
D!!ISLBD3241

DMSVIP230E
DHSACC230W

DMSQRY3241

DKSZAP192W
D[I!SZAP193W

DMSLDS231E

DKSZAP190w

DMSBOP401 S
DKSDOS401S
DKSSET401S
DMSV1B401S

DMSDLB3211

DMSAMS228E
D!!SSTT2281

DKSUPD187E

DMSBOP400S
D!!ISSET400S
DMSSSK400S
DMSV1B400S

Dl'.ISZAP191W

DMSBOP410S
DMSSET410S
DMSSSK410S
DKSVIB410S
D!SFCH411S
DKSPBV411S
DMSRRV411 S
DMSSRV411S
Df!SICP411 S

Df!SDLB330R
DMSC!!IS412S
DMSDLB331R
DKSSRV194S
Df!SZAP194W

DMSLDS2331
DMSSET333E

DMSBOP413S
DMSDOS413S

DMSVGN360E
DltSVGN3601
DMSVGN360R

DPlSF1D420E
DI'lSTKA420E
DMSTPD420E

DMSVGN361E
D!SVGNJ611
DMSVGN 361R

DMSTLB421E

DKSSSK362E
DMSVGN3621
D(!I!SVGN362R

DKSTLB4231

DMSPRE234E
DMSZAP195W
DMSPRE235E
DMSZAP200W
DMSPRE236E
DMSL10201W
D~SPRE237E

DMSL10202W

DMSTLBlJ22E

DMSPRE238E
DMSL10203W
DKSACC240S
Dl'.ISDSK205w
DMSRDC205w

DMSTLB424E

DMSDLK245S
Appendix C. Kessage-to-Kodule Cross-Reference

291

DMS
DMSTLB425R

DKSFOB605B

DMSFET7101

DKSIFC825E

DKSTLB426R

DKSINI606R

DftSSYN7111

DftSIFC826E

DftSTLB4271

DKSINI607R

DftSSYN7121

DKSIFC8281

DftSTLB4281

DKSINI608R

DKSCftS7151
DKSGEN7151

DftSIFC829W

DMSCLS4291
DMSSEB4291

DMSINI609B
DKSINI609B

DftSTLB430E

DftSINI610B
DftSINI610B

DftSBEA830E
DKSCPY7211
DftSIFC831 E

DMST LB431 E
DftSTPE431E

DKSAftS722I
DKSIFC832S
DKSACC7231

DKSINI611R

DftSCPY901T
DftSACC724I

DKSTLB432E

DftSINI612R

D!SINI902T
DKSACC725I

DKSTLB433R

DMSINI615R

DMSCPY903~

DKSACC726I
DMSTLB434E

DPJSCPY90QT

DKSRDC7011
DftSTPE701I

D!SDBG7281

DftSRDC7021

DKSFOR7321

DKSTPD7031

DKSFOR7331

Df!SFLD704I
DMSLBD1041

DKSBDC1381

DPJSDI0905S

DMSTLB435R
DHSTLB436I
DKSTLBq.37I
DMSSETQq.q.E

DftSHLP907T
DKSLBPJ901T
DftSLI0901T
DPJSFNS908T

Df!SLI01q.OI
DKSCPY601R

DMSFOB105I

D!SFNS909T
DKSZAP1501

DKSCPY602R

D!SBOP995E

D!SMVE1061
D8SZAP1511

D!SFOR603R

D8STPD1011

DftSBOP996E
DKSFCH711S

DMSS RT604R

292

DKSPJVE108I

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DMSRUN999E

DJI'IT

RSCS Message Summary
DMTREXOOO1

DMTCPlX205E

DMTCMX544E

DMTCPlX7001

DMTCMXOOlI

DMTCMX206E

DMTCPIX5501

DMTCMX701E

DMTREX0021

DMTCMX207E

DPITCMX551E

DPITCPIX102E

DMTCMX0031

DHTCPlX208E

DMTCMX552E

DMTCMX703E

DilITREX09iT

DMTCeI300I

DMTCMX5601

DMTCMX704E

DMTAXS101I

DPlTCMX301E

DMTCMX561E

D"TClU705E

DMTAxs1021

DPlTCMX302E

DftTNPT5701
DftTSML5701

DftTCftX706E

DMTAXS103E

DftTCMX303E

DMTCMX707E

DMTAXS1041

DMTCMX304E

DMTNPT571E
DMTSML571E

DMTAXS1051

DMTIN1402T

DMTNPT5801
DMTSML5801

DMTAXS1061

DMTINI406R

DMTAXS1011

DMT1NI407R

D"TAXS10aE
DMTNPT108E
DMTS ML 1 08E

DPlTINI409R

DMTNPT141I
DMTSPlL141I

DMT1NI479E

DMTCMX709E
DMTCMX710E

DMTNPT581E
DMTSML581E

DJI'ITClU750E

DftTNPT5901
DftTSPlL5901

DMTCMX7511
DMTCMX7521

DMT1NI410R
DMTINI431S

DMTCMX708E

DMTNPT591E
DMTSM!.591E
DMTNPT6001
DMTSML6001

DMTNPT1421
DMTSML 1421

DMTINI480E

DMTNPT1431
DMTSPlL1431

DMTINI481E

DMTNPT6101
DPlTSML6101

DMTINI482E

DMTNPT6111
DJI'ITSML6111

DMTNPT801I
DMTSIU8011
DMTNPT8021
DftTSML8021
DMTNPT8031
DPlTSML8031
DMTNPT810E
DMTSPIL810E

DPlTNPT1441
DMTSML1441

DMTIN1483E

D!lTNPT1451
DMTSML 1451

DPlTNPT5101
DMTSMl5101

DMTNPT1461
DMTSML 1461

DMTNPT511E
DHTS!U511E

DMTCMX6511

DMTNPT147I
DMTSHL147I

DHTAXS5201

DMTCftX6521
DKTCMX6521

DMTSML902E

DHTCHX6531

DftTNPT903E
DHTS!lL903E

DMTNPT612E
DMTSML612E

DPlTNPT811 E
DJI'ITSML811E

DMTAXS6401
DMTSMl901E
DftTNPT902E
DHTAXS521I
DHTNPT1491
DMTS ML 1491

DMTAXS5221

DMTNPT1601
Dl'!TSP1L 1601

DMTAXS5231

DMTCMX6541
DJI'ITNPT904E
D!TC!lX6601
DHTCMX6611

DMTNPT9051
DJI'ITSHL9051

DJI'ITCJI'IX6621

D!TS!L906E

DMTCftX6631

DftTNPT907E

DJI'ITCMX664E

DMTNPT934E
D!l1'S!U93-4E

DHTAXS524E
DMTNPT1701
DHTSHL 1701

DHTAIS525E

DI!!TNP'!'190~

DHTAXS526E

DHTS HL 190E
DftTNPT5301
DMTCJI'IX2001
D-KTC8X201E

DHTCHI5401
D!lTCftX6701

DMTSI!!L935E

DMTCMX5411
DHTCHX202E
D!TCMX203E
DMTCMX204E

DPlTCMX542E

D!TCMX6711
DJI'IT CJI'I X6721

DHTNPT936E

DHTCHX543E

D!TCMX6731

D!TSML937E

Appendix C. Message-to-Module Cross-Reference

293

DMM

IPes Message

Summary
D!H!STA601I

DPlPlHEX114I

DPlPlPRPl804I

D!UmSC1001

DPIMLOC1151

DPlMCPA8051

DMMDSc101R

DMPlLOC116I

DMPlPlAP806R

DMMFED102I

DKKLOC1111

DKKKAP801I

DMMFED1031

DPlPlMOD1181

DMMKAP808I

DHMINI200S
DMHMAP200S
DMMPRH200S
DMMPR0200S

DMMFEX1041

DMMDSC1191

D.lU!GRC809I

D!UUW D1 0 5 E

DPlPlDSC1201

DMPlftAP810I

D~~STl200S

D~!!MOD7061

DPlPlDSC121I

DMMEDPl850I

D MHSUH200S
DHHWR'I'200S

DPIMMOD1011

DMMDSC1221

DPJPJEDPJ851I

DPlMGET1081

DMPlDSC1231

DPJPJEDM8521

DMMSCR1091

DPIMREG1241

DPlPlEDPJ8531

DMPlTRC1101

DPIMINI800S

DMMEDM8601

DMMVMB1111

DMMMAP801 I

DPJMEDM861E

DfHHOB1121

DMMMAP8021

DMMEDPl863E

DMMIOB1131

DPI.lHNI803S

D.lU!EDM86ln

DMMGET100S
DPlPlG RCl OOS
DMPlI NI 1 OOS
DMMMOD100S
DMMPR0100S
DMMREG100S
DMMSEA100S
DMHSTA100S
DMMSUH100S

DPIMINI300S
DMPlPR0300S
DMMI NI400S
DMMDSC500S
D KMSUH501S
DMMSUPlS02S

294

IBM VM/370

system Messages

D!!K

Appendix D. Message Text-to-Message
This appendix contains the first lines of all
the V8/370 messages, grouped by CP, CftS, RSCS,
and IPCS and organized in alphamerical order by
message
text.
Messages starting
with
a
lowercase word such as nnnnnK, ~~, and ~id
will have variable information inserted, such
messages are listed prior to messages starting
with uppercase letterse
If you do not issue CP
command SET EMSG ON, any messages that are
displayed
will
appear
without
message

Identifier Cross-Reference

identifier, only text.
Use this appendix to
look up the text of the message and find its
identifier, so that you can find the description
of the message in the body of the book.
Note: Messages shown in this appendix are not
gualified with program
product identifiers,
refer to the message section of this book to
establish ownership_

CP Message Summary
DMKTRA182E (reserved for IBM use)
DftKVSP4291 {CON I PRTI PUN} vaddr SPOOL ERROR; FILE PURGED
D!!KVSP427I {CON I PRT I PITN} vaddr SYSTEPl SPOOL SPACE FULL; FILE CLOSED
DftKDEF024E {CYLS I BLKS} ftISSING
ridltype
ridltype
ridltvpe
ridltype

OR INVALID

raddr}
raddr}
raddr}
raddr}

OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE

DftKCFS046E
DMKNES046E
DftKNET046E
DMKSPT046E

{DEV
{DEV
fDEV
{DEi

DMKCFG175E
DftKCF0175E
DMKCFS175E
DMKCFG175E
DMKCF0175E
DMKCFS175E

{FAVORED I RESERVEI NETWORK
{FAVORED I RESERVE I NETWORK
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK
{FAVOREDIRESERVEINETWORK

TRACE} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
TRACE} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
TRACE} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
TRACElname} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
TRACElname} ALREADY IN USE BY userid
TRACEIname} ALREADY IN USE BY userid

DHKftCH5181 {INSTRUCTION RETRYlftAI! STORAGE} NOW IN {RECORDIQUIET} PlODE cpuid
DMKRSP430A {PRTIPUN} raddr FATAL I/C ERROR; NOi OFFLINE FILE HELD
DftKSPS428E {PRT I PUN I RDR} radar SPOOL ERROR; FILE {HELDI PURGED}
DHKSPS428E {PRTIPUNIRDRITAPE} raddr SPOOL ERROR; FILE {HELDIPURGED}
DftKRSE504A {RDRIPRT} 'addr' DATA CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense'
DMKRSE5021
DMKRSE5201
DMKRSE5001
DMKRSE5041
DHKRSES03A
DftKRSES031
DftKRSES2S1
DMKRSES01A
DMKRSES011
DMKRSES241
DMKRSES211
DMKRSES291
DHKRSE5081
DMKRSE520A

{RDRIPR~IPUN}
{RDRIPR~IPUN}

{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
{RDRIPRTIPUN}
fRDRIPRTIPUN}
(RDRIPRTIPUN}

'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'adar'
'addr'
radar'
'adar'
'adar'
radar'
'adar'
'addr'
'adar'
'addr'

BOSOOT CK CMD='c.' SNS='sense'
CHAN ERROR CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
CHD REJECT CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DATA CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csw'
EQUIP CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
EQUIP CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
FORMAT CK CPlD='cm' SNS='sense'
INT REQ
INT REQ CftD='c.' SNS='sense'
LOAD CHECK CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
NO DEVICE CMD='cm' SNS='sense'
PARITY CK CPlD='cm' SNS='sense'
PERM ERROR CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid'
PERM ERROR CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid'

DftKSPS426E fRDBITAPEl radar SPVOI SPACE PryLL: FILE PITFGED
DftKCFC001E ?CP: command
DMKCPI9521 nnnnnK SYSTEPl STORAGE
DMKSST070E shared-status MSS DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE
DMKVDA122E type raddr ALREADY

A~TACHED

TO userid

Appendix D. Message Text-to-Messaqe Identifier Cross-Reference

295

DMK
DMKCFOl qOE
DMKCPSl qOE
DMKCPVlqOE
DMKCSBl qOE
D8KCSOl qOE
DMKMCCl qOE
DMKNETl qOE
DMKVDAlqOE
D8KVDDl qOE

type
type
type
type
type
type
type
type
type

raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr

ATTACHED
ATTACHED
ATTACHED
ATTACHED
ATTACHED
ATTACHED
ATTACHED
ATTACHED
ATTACHED

TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO

userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid

DMKCSBlq8E type raddr BUFFER LOAD name FAILED
DMKCFOl q3E
-DMKCPSl q3E
DMKMCCl q3E
DMKVDAlq3E

type
type
type
type

raddr
raddr
raddr
racldr

IN
IN
IN
IN

USE
USE
USE
USE

BY
BY
BY
BY

SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM

DMKCS01Q1E type raddr NOT ACTIVE
DMKVDD121E type raddr NOT ATTACHED TO userid
DMKVDA121E type raddr NOT ATTACHED TO userid
DMKVDA120E type raddr NOT ATTACHED; userid vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
DMKCPS142E type raddr NOT DRAINED
DKKCSB142E type raddr NOT DRAINED
DMKCFOOQ6E
DMKCFP046E
DKKCPVOQ6E
DMKCSB046E
DMKCSOO46E
DMKMCCOQ6E
DMKNLD046E
DMKNLE046E
DMKVDAOQ6E
DMKVDD046E

type
type
type
type
type
type
type
type
type
type

raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr

OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE
OFFLINE

DMKSPT140E type raddr ATTACHED Te userid
DMKSPT1Q3E type raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
DKKCPS144W type vaddr RESET EY userid
DKKDIAOQ7E
DMKLNKll0E
DMKLNK118E
DMKLNK109E
DMKLNK113E
DMKLNK111E
DMKLNKl12E
DMKLNK107E
DKKLNK114E
DMKLNK104E
DKKLNK105E
DMKLNK106E
DKKLNK108E

userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid

vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr

DMKCFS053E
DMKCSp053E
DKKCSU053E
DMKLNK053E
DMKLOG053E
DMKVMD053E

userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

DKKCFOOQ5E
DMKCFSOQ5E
DMKCPV045E
DKKCQG045E
DMKCQP045E
DKKCQR045E
DMKCQY045E
DMKDIA045E
DMKMSGO 45E
DMKTHI045E
DMK1JSOO45E

userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid
userid

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED
LOGGED

296

DOES NOT EXIST
NOT LINKED; type vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
NOT LINKED; COKKAND FORKAT NOT VALID
NOT LINKED; INVALID LINK DEVICE
NOT LINKED; NO MULT PASSWORD
NOT LINKED; NO READ PASSWORD
NOT LINKED; NO WRITE PASSWORD
NOT LINKED; NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
NOT LINKED; PASSWORD INCORRECT
NOT LINKED; RIO BY {nnn USERSluserid}
NOT LINKED; RIW BY {nnn USERSluserid}
NOT LINKED; RIW BY nnn USERS; RIO BY {nnn USERSluserid}
NOT LINKED; VOLID volid NOT MOUNTED
CP
CP
CP
CP
CP
CP

DIRECTORY
DIRECTORY
I:IRECTORY
DIRECTORY
DIRECTORY
IIRECTORY
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON

IBM VM/370 system Kessaaes

DMT<
DMKVDA045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DHKiDD045E userid NOT LOGGED ON
DMKMSG057W userid NOT RECEIVING; {DISCONNECTEDIMSG OFFISMSG OFFINOT AUTHORIZEDIWNG OFF}
DMKCFS1891 AFFINITY NOT SET; SYSTEM IN UNIPROCESSOR MODE
DMKLOG1891 AFFINITY NOT SET; SYSTEM IN UNIPROCESSOR MODE
DMKLOG054E ALREADY LOGGED ON {LINEIGRAF} raddr
DMKCPI959W ATTACHED PROCESSCR NOT ONLINE
DMKCPI9581 ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT OPERATIONAL
DMKCPI950A AUTO LOGON FAILED; EXPLICIT LOGON REQUIRED
DMKALG059E AUTOLOG FAILED FOR userid-{IPL MISSINGIIPL FAILEDIAcc6UNTING ERROR}
DMKALG115E AUTOLOG INVALID; EXCESSIVE INCORRECT PASSWORDS
DMKCSB043E BUFFER name DOES NOT EXIST
DMKCSB031E BUFFER MISSING OR INVALID
DMKDIA206E CANNOT CONNECT TO HOST VIRTUAL MACHINE
DMKLOG206E CANNOT CONNECT TO HOST VIRTUAL MACHINE
DMKCDS166E CHANGED SHARED PAGE NOT WRITTEN TO AUXILIARY STORAGE
DMKVCH132E
DMKVCH129E
DKKVCH048E
DMKVCH130E
DKKVCH138E

CHANNEL
CHAnIEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL

x
x
x
x
x

ALREADY DEFINED BY userid
DEVICES IN USE
DOES NOT EXIST
NOT ATTACHED TO userid
NOT ATTACHED; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE

DMKCCH6051 CHANNEL CHECK RECORDING FAILURE
DKKCCH6011 CHANNEL CONTROL CHECK DEV xxx; USER 'userid'
DKKCCH603W CHANNEL ERROR; RUN SEREP, RESTART SYSTEM
DKKVCH034E
DKKVDA034E
DKKVDD134E
DKKMCT6231

CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL

KISSING OR INVALID
KISSING OR INVALID
MISSING OR INVALID
SET CONNECTED TO PROCESSOR nn

DKKCS0245E CHARS MISSING OR INVALID
DKKCSP245E CHARS MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCSU245E CHARS MISSING OR INVALID
DKKCKS917E CHECKPOINT CYLINDER INVALID; CLEAR STORAGE AND COLD START
DKKCQG028E
DMKCQR028E
DMKCSB028E
DMKCSOO28E
DKKCSP028E
DKKCSU028E
DKKSPS028E

CLASS
CLASS
CLASS
CLASS
CLASS
CLASS
CLASS

DMKLOG067E
DMKQVK800E
DKKQVM802E
DMKQVM803E
DMKQVM806E
DMKQVM807E
DMKQVM809E

COMMAND
COMMAND
COMMAND
COMMAND
COMMAND
COMMAND
COMIIAND

KISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING

OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

FORMAT NOT VALID
REJECTED, OTHER VIRTUAL MACHINES LOGGED ON
REJECTED, DEVICES NOT DEDICATED
REJECTED, SPOOL DEVICES NOT DRAINED
REJECTED, VIRTUAL ADDRESS NOT EQUAL TO REAL ADDRESS
REJECTED, VM/370 ATTACHED PROCESSOR MODE
REJECTED, TRACE/ADSTOP IN EPFECT

DMKCFG013E CONFLICTING OPTION DMKCFOO13E CONFLICTING OPTION DMKCSB013E CONFLICTING OPTION DIlKC-SOO 13E- CONFLI C-TIifG OM'lON DMKCSP013E CONFLICTING OPTION DKKCSUO 13E CONFLICTING OPTION DMKTRA013E CONFLICTING OPTION DMKVMD013E CONFLICTING OPTION -

option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option

Appendix D. Message Text-to-ftessage Identifier Cross-Reference

297

DRK
DHKCNS5021
DHKCNS5001
DMKCNS5041
DMKCNS5031
DRKCNS501I
DKKCNS527I
DRKCNS5281
DHKCNS5051

CONS
CONS
CONS
CONS
CONS

'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
CONS 'addr'
CONS 'addr'
CONS 'addr'

BUSOUT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
CRD REJECT CRD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
DATA CK CftD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
EQUIP CK CRD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
INT REQ
LOST DATA CMD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
TIMEOUT CftD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
OVERRUN CK CRD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

DHKPAG415E CONTINUOUS PAGING ERRORS FROH DASD xxx
DHKDDR102E CONTROL STATEHENT SEQUENCE ERFOR
DHKCS0030E COPIES HISSING OR INVALID
DKKCSP030E COPIES HISSING OR INVALID
DHKCSU030E COPIES HISSING OR INVALID
CP ASSIST LEVEL Yy DOES NOT KATCH CP LEVEL yv
DKKCF0186E CP ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE

D~KCPI185E

DHKVRA456W
DKKDSP450W
DMKDSP452W
DKKPTR410W
DKKPRG411W
DKKPRG453W

CP
CP
CP
CP
CP
CP

ENTERED;
ENTERED;
ENTERED;
ENTERED;
ENTERED;
ENTERED;

name SHARED PAGE hexloc ALTERED
DISABLED WAIT PSW 'psw'
EXTERNAL INTERRUPT LOOP
PAGING ERROR
TRANSlATION EXCEPTION; WHILE IN BOB-EC HODE
PROGRAK INTERRUPT LOOP

DHKCPI9131 CP OWNED VOLID xxxxxx INVALID FOR 3330V
DRKCPI9511 CP VOLID volid NeT HCUNTED
DMKRNH4631 CTLR 'raddr' UBIT CHECK; RESTART IB PROGRESS
DMKCQP4661 CTLR cun IN BUFFER SlOWDCWN MODE
DKKNES140E CTLR raddr ATTACHED TO userid
DMKNLD140E CTLR raddr ATTACHED TO userid
DHKNLE140E CTLR raddr ATTACHED TC userid
DJ!IIKNLE4641 CTLR raddr CC=3; CEPRESS 370x "LOAD" BUTTON
DMKRNH4641 CTLR raddr CC=3; DEPRESS 310X "LOAD" BUTTON
DftKRNH468I CTLR raddr COMMUNICATIONS SCAnnER FAILURE
DHKNLE410E
DftKNLE460E
DftKNLE469E
DRKNLE411E

CTLR
CTLR
CTLR
CTLR

raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr

DUMP
DUMP
DUMP
DURP

FAILED:
FAILED:
FAILED:
FAILED:

PAGING I/O ERROR
PROGRAft CHECK
TEftP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
UHRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR

DftKVDS465E
DRKNLD143E
DftKNLE143E
DMKNLD461R
DftKNLE461R

CTLR
CTLR
CTLR
CTLR
CTLR

raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr

ERULATOR LINES IN USE BY SYSTER
IN USE BY SYSTER
IN USE BY SYSTEM
IPL BOT REQUIRED; ENTER 'YES' TO CONTINUE
IPL NOT REQUIRED; ENTER "YES" TO CONTINUE

DRKNLD410E
DHKNLD460E
DMKNLD411E
DHKRNH4621

CTLR
CTLR
CTLR
CTLR

raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr

LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
UNIT

FAILED: PAGING I/O ERROR
FAILED: PROGRAM CHECK
FAILED: UNRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR
CHECK; IPL REQUIRED

DMKDAS514D DASD 'addr' ADDHRR CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DftKDAS5161 DASD 'addr' BAD SENSE CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
DHKDAS5161 DASD
'adar'
BAD
SENSE
CPID='ca'
SBS='sense'
CSW='csv'
USERID='userH'
[ {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' ,BLOCK=' nnnnnn'} ]
DKKDAS5021 DASD 'addr' BUSOUT CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DMKDAS5201 DASD 'addr' CHAB ERROR CftD='cm' SBS='sense' CSi='csv' USERID='userid'
DKKDAS5201 DASD
'addr'
CHAN
ERROR
CJ!IID='cm'
SBS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
( {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' IBLOCK='nnnnnn'} ]
DMKDAU5301 DASD 'addr' CHECR DATA CftD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BLOCK='nnnnnn'
DMKDAS5001 DASD 'addr' CftD REJECT CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid,
DKKDAS504D DASD 'addr' DATA CK CftD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DMKDAS5041 DASD 'addr' DATA CK CHD='cm' SBS='sense' CSW='CSW' USERID= 'userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DKKDAS5031 DASD 'addr' EQUIP CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense 1 CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
DMKDAS5131 DASD 'addr' FILE PROT CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csv' USERID='userid'

298

IBM VM/310 System Messages

Df'lK
DKKDAS5131 DASD
'addr'
FILE
PROT
C~D='cm'
SNS='sense!
CSw=~csw;
[ {BBCCHH='bbcchh' IBLOCK='nnnnnn'} ]
DMKDAS501A DASD 'addr' INT REQ CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

USERID=iuserid'

Df'lKVDA1511 DASD (addr) NOT AVAILABLE, BUSY PERSISTS, IOBSTAT=xx, IOBCSW+4=yyyy
DMKDAS517E DASD 'addr' NOT/KNOWN CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DMKDAS517E DASD
'addr'
NOT/KNOWN
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
[{BBCCHH='bbcchh'IBLOCK='nnnnnn'} ]
DMKDAS505D DASD 'addr' OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS=' sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid, BBCCHH='bbcchh'
DHKDAS505D DASD
'addr'
OVERRUN
CK
Cf'lD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID='userid'
r {BBCCHH='bbcchh'IBLOCK='nnnnnn'}]
DMKDAS5051 DASD 'addr' OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID= 'userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh!
DMKDAS5051 DASD
'addr'
OVERRUN
CK
CMD='cm'
SNS='sense'
CSW='csw'
USERID=
'userid'
[ {BBCCHH=' bbcchh' I BLOCK=' nnnnnn'} ]
DMKD1S5081
DMKD1S5181
DMKDAS5181
DMKD1S507D
DMKDAS5061
DHKDAS509I

D1SD
D1SD
D1SD
D1SD
D1SD
DASD

'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'

PERM ERROR CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csv' USERID='userid'
RECV ERROR CMD='cm' SNS=' sense' CSi='csv' USERID=' userid,
RECV ERROR CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csv' USERID='userid' [{BBCCHH='bbcchh'IBLOCK='nnnnOl'}]
SEEK CK CMD='c.' SHS='sense' CSi='csv' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
TRKCOND CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csv' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'
TRKOVERUN CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSi='csv' USERID='userid' BBCCHH='bbcchh'

DMKLNK139E DASD addr NOT LINKED; 3330V NOT ACCEPTED AS SYSTEM VOLUME
DMKDAS956A DASD cuu VOLID volid NeT MOUNTED; NOW OFFLINE
DMKDSB956A DASD cuu VOLID volid NeT MOUNTED; NOW OFFLINE
DMKCPS123E DASD raddr CP OWNED
DMKVDA123E DASD raddr CP OWNED
DMKVDD123E DASD raddr CP OWNED
DMKVDA128E DASD raddr ERROR REAtING ALLOCATION RECORD
DMKVDA126E DASD raddr ERROR REAtING VOLID
DMKCPS124E DASD raddr IN USE BY nnn USERS
DMKVDA124E DASD raddr IN USE BY nnn USERS
DMKVDD124E DASD raddr IN USF BY nnn USERS
DMKVDA139E DASD raddr NOT ATTACHED; 3330V NOT ACCEPTED AS SYSTEM VOLUME
DMKVDA133E DASD raddr NOT READY
DKKSAV351W DASD raddr SYSRES NOT READY
DMKSAV350W DASD raddr SYSRES VOIID NOT aaaaaa
DMKVDA125E DASD raddr VOLID volid ALREADY ATTACHED TO SYSTEM
DMKVDA127E DASD raddr VOLID volid DOES NOT MATCH
DKKCPI954E DASD raddr VOLID volid NCT MOUNTED; DUPLICATE OF DASD raddr
Df'lKLNK101W DASD vaddr FORCED R/O; R/O BY {nnn USERSluserid}
DMKLNK102W DASD vaddr FORCED R/O; R/W BY {nnn USERSluserid}
DMKLNK103W DASD vaddr FORCED R/C; R/W BY {nnn USERSluserid}; R/O BY {nnn USERSluserid}
DMKDEF091E DASD vaddr NOT DEFINED; TEMP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
DMKLOG091E DASD vaddr NOT DEFINED; TEMP SPACE NOT AVAILABLE
DMKLNK137E DASD vaddr NOT LINKED; CHAN x DEDICATED
DMKDDR717R DATA DUMPED FROM volid1 TO BE RESTORED TO
NO OR REREAD:

volid2.skDO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? FESPOND YES

DMKMID310E DATE date INVALID; NOT CHANGED
DMKCFD040E
DMKCFG040E
DMKCFOO40E
DMKCPB040E
DMKCPS040E
DMKCPV040E
DMKCQG040E
DMKCQP040E
DMKCSB040E
DMKCSOO40E
DMKCSP040E

DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV

addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr

DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST

Appendix D. Message Text-to-Message Identifier Cross-Reference

299

DMK
DMKCST040E
DMKDEF040E
DMKDIA040E
DMKMCC040E
DMKMCD040E
DMKNES040E
DMKNET040E
DMKNLD040E
DMKNLE040E
DMKVDA040E
DKKVDD040E
DMKSPT040E

DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV

addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr

DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST

DJ!lIKDDR710A DEV cuu INTERVENTION REQUIRED
DMKFMT738A DEV cuu INTERVENTION REQUIRED
DMKDDR70Q.E DEV cuu NOT OPERATIONAl
NOO: CPERATIC!!!!.
DMKFMT730E DEY cuu NOT OPERATIONAL OR NOT READY
DMKDIR754E DEi CUll

DMKRNH4541 DEV rid DISABLED
DMKDIA098E DEY rid MODE SWITCH NOT POSSIBLE
DMKNES098E DEV rid BODE SWITCH NOT POSSIBLE
DBKNET098E DEY rid BODE SWITCH NOT POSSIBLE
DKKLOG092E
DMKDEF136E
DMKLOG090E
DMKLOG093E
DMKDEF095E
DMKLOG095E

DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV
DEV

vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr
vaddr

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

DEFINED;
DEFINED;
DEFINED;
DEFINED;
DEFINED;
DEFINED;

type vaddr ALREADY DEFINED
CHAN x DEDICATED
DEV {raddrlvolser} NOT AVAILABLE
ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE

DMKSSSQ.38E DEVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR ATTACH
DMKSSS075E DEVICE 'raddr' IS NOT AVAILABLE
DMKSSS072E DEVICE NOT AVAILAELE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
DHKSST072E DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - 'raddr' NOT PROPER TYPE
DMKSSS071E DEVICE NOT AVAILAELE - MSS CANNOT BE ACCESSED
DBKCSU035E DEVICE TYPE MISSING OR INVALID
DBKDIR762E DIRECTORY STATEMENT BISSING
DMKCSP032E DIST CODE MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCSU032E DIST CODE MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCDM060E DUMP FAILED; VIRTUAL PRINTER UNAVAILABLE
DMKCDM061E DUMP FAILED; VIRTUAL PRINTER ERROR
DHKVMD146I DUMP FAILED; SPOOLING ERROR
DMKRND861E DUMP FILE filename NOT FOUND
DMKDIR758E DUPLICATE UNIT DEFINITION
DHKCFV062E ECMODE NOT SET ON
DMKMON2191 END OF MONITOR TAPE, MCNITOR STOPPED BY SYSTEM
DKKCKS916E ERROR ALLOCATING SPOOL FILE BUFFERS
DMKDDR720E ERROR IN routine
DKKDIR764E ERROR IN routine
DKKCFS052E ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
DKKLNK052E ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
DMKLOG052E ERROR IN CP DIRECTORY
DMKNKT249E ERROR LOADING IMAG imag
DMKMON2201 ERROR ON MONITOR TAPE, MONITOR STOPPED BY SYSTEM

300

IBM VJ!II/3 7 Q System Messages

Dr!K
DMKIOG5531 ERROR RECORDING AREA CLEARED; USER 'userid'
DMKIOG551E ERROR RECORDING AREA FULL; RUN CPEREP.
Dr!KIOF550E ERROR RECORDING AREA 90 PERCENT FULL; RUN CPEREP
DHKNMT254E ERROR SAVING imag3800 - RC = (rc)
DMKIOH560W ERRORS ON SRF cuu; FRAME NOT ON ERROR CYLINDERS
DMKIOH560w ERRORS ON SRF cuu; FRAME NOT IN ERROR AREAS
DMKSAV352W FATAL DASD I/O ERROR
DHKFHT735E FATAL DASD 10 ERRCR
D5KRND860I
DMKRND8521
DKKIOG5581
DKKUDR475I

FATAL
FATAL
FATAL
FATAL

I/O ERROR READING DU5P
I/O ERROR WRITING DUHP
I/O ERROR; ERROR RECORDING DISABLED
10 ERROR TRYING TO READ DIRECTORY

DHKCS0246E FCB HISSING OR INVALID
DMKCSP246E FCB MISSING OR INVALID
DKKCSU246E FCB KISSING OR INVALID
DHKFMT739E FLAGGED PRIHARY TRACK HAS NO ALTERNATE ASSIGNED;IO ERROR FOLLOWS
DHKDDR727E FLAGGED TRK xxxxxxxxxx HAS NO PROPER ALTERNATE; SKIPPING THIS TRK
DHKCS0243E FLASH MISSING OR INVALID
DKKCSP243E FLASH HISSING OR INVALID
DHKCSU243E FLASH KISSING OR INVALID
DKKCSP029E FNAME FTYPE HISSING OR INVALID
DHKCSU029E FNAKE FTYPE HISSING eR INVALID
DHKMCD227E FOR OPTION INVALID WITH AUTODISK OFF
DMKKCD228E FOR OPTION INVALID WITH MONITOR ON
DKKKCD226E FOR VALUE KIDNIGHT - CCHHAND INVALID
Dr!KIOG5521 FORHATTING ERROR RECORDING AREA
DKKQVH801E FREE STORAGE PAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE
DKKGRF5021
DKKGRF5001
DHKGRF5311
DHKGRF504I
DHKGRF5031
DMKGRF5251
DHKGRF5211
DHKGRF5321
DHKGRF529I
DMKGRF5301

GRAF
GRAF
GRAF
GRAF
GRAF
GRAP
GRAF
GRAF
GRAF
GRAP

'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
laddr'
'addr'

DHKCDB160E
DHKCDH160E
DHKCDS160E
DHKCFD160E
DHKCPV160E
DHKNES160E
DHKNET160E
DHKVHD160E

HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC

BUSOUT CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw'
CHD REJECT CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw'
CONTROL CHECK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv'USERID='userid'
DATA CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw'
EQUIP CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw'
FORHAT CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw'
NO DEVICE CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw'
OP CHECK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw'USERID='userid'
PARITY CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv'
UNIT SPEC CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv'USERID='userid'

hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
hexloc

EXCEEDS
EXCEEDS
EXCEEDS
EXCEEDS
EXCEEDS
EXCEEDS
EXCEEtS
EXCEEDS

STORAGE
STORAGE
STORAGE
STORAGE
STORAGE
STORAGE
STORAGE
STORAGE

DHKCDS164E HEXLOC hexloc NON-ADDRESSABLE STORAGE
DHKCFD164E HEXLOC hexloc NON-ADDRESSABLE STORAGE
DHKCFP164E HEXLOC hexloc NON-ADDRESSABLE STORAGE
DKKCDH033E
DHKCDS033E
DHKCPV033E
DHKNET033E
IHfKVKDO 33E

HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC

HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HEXtoC HISSING

OR
OR
OR
OR
OR

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
IlfVll.ID

DHKVER5751 I/O ERROR ADD=raddr, USERID= userid
DHKRGA7051 I/O ERROR RESID=resource id STATUS=status LINE=addr
D8KAC0425E I/O ERROR DURING ACCOUNTING
D8KCS0244E IHAGE LIBRARY MISSING OR INVALID
Appendix D. 8essage Text-to-r!essage Identifier Cross-Reference

3'1

DMK
DMKCSB036E INDEX MISSING OR INVALID
DMKDDR724E INPUT TAPE CONTAINS A CP NUCLEUS DUMP
DMKDDR100E INPUT UNIT IS NOT A CPVOl
DMKCPI131E
DMKLOG131E
DMKVDA131E
DMKCPI955W
DMKNMT256E

INSUFFICIENT
INSUFFICIENT
INSUFFICIENT
INSUFFICIENT
INSUFFICIENT

FREE STCRAGE
FREE STCRAGE
FREE STORAGE AVAILABLE FOR ATTACH REQUEST
STORAGE FCR VM/370
VIR~UAL STORAGE

DMKCCH602I INTERFACE CONTROL CHECK DEV

xxx; USER 'userid'

DMKCFH436E INTERRUPT PENDING TO PROCEED, TYPE YES. TO END, TYPE NO
DMKCF0006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKCFS006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE D~KCFT006E INVALID nEVICE TYPE DMKCPB006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKCPV006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKCQP006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKCSB006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKCS0006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKCSP006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKCST006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKCSU006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DHKDIA006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKMCC006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DHKNES006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKNET006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKNLD006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKNLE006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKSPT006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DMKVDA006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DHKVDD006E INVALID DEVICE TYPE DHKDIA011E INVALID DEVICE TYPE -

addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
addr
userid vaddr

DHKCDS162E INVALID ECR x - hexdata
DMKCDS162W INVALID ECR x - hexdata
DnKDDR;,9E INvALID FILE NaME OR FILE NOT FOUND
DHKOIR763E INVALID FILENAME OR FILE NOT FOUND
DHKCDS005E INVALID HEXDATA - hexdata
DMKCPB005E INVALID BEXDATA - hexdata
DMKCDB004E
DMKCDM004E
DHKCFC004E
DHKCFD004E
DMKCPV004E
DMKNES004E
DMKNET004E
DMKCDS004E

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

BEXLOC
BEXLOC
BEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC
HEXLOC

-

hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
hexloc
bexloc
operand

DHKDDR708E INVALID INPUT OR OUTPUT DEFINITION
DHKMNI225E INVALID MONITOR USERID SPECIFIED, MON NOT STARTED
DHKFMT737E
DMKCFC002E
DMKCFG002E
DMKCFT002E
DMKDDR701E
DMKMCC002E
DMKHCD002E
DHKHNI002E
DMKNES002E
DMKNET002E
DMKNLD002E
DMKSPT002E
DMKTHI002E
DMKTRA002E
DMKDIR751E
302

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND

-

operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
operand
xxxxxx

IBM VM/370 System Messages

Dl!K
DKKCDB003E
DMKCDMOO3E
DKKCFG003E
DKKCFOO03E
DKKCFS003E
DHKCPS003E
DKKCPV003E
DKKCQP003E
DKKCQROO3E
DKKCSB003E
DKKCSOOO3E
DKKCSPOO3E
DKKCSTOO3E
DKKCSU003E
DftKDEFOO3E
DKKLOG003E
DKKI'!CC003E
DKKMCH003E
DKKMSGOO 3E
DKKNET003E
DKKN LEO 0 3E
DKKSPT003E
DMKTHIOO3E
DKKTRA003E
DKKUSOO03E
DKKVDA003E

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION

-

option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
optioh
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option

DKKCPV204E INVALID PAGE (S) SPECIFIED, V=R AREA
DKKRND863E INVALID PARA!ETER - parameter
DKKCDS012E INVALID PSi - psw
DKKCPB012E INVALID PSW - psw
DKKCDB009E
DKKCDKOO9E
DKKCPV009E
DKKNESOO9E
DKKNET009E
DKKVMD009E

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE

-

range
range
range
range
range
range

DMKCDB010E INVALID REGISTER - register
DMKCDS010E INVALID REGISTER - register
DlfKVDA077E INVALID

REQUEST

FOR DEVICE 'nnn'

DKKCSU008E INVALID SPOOLID - spoolid
DMKSPT008E INVALID SPOOLID - spoolid
DI'!KCPV007E INVALID USERID - userid
DMKCSPOO7E INVALID USERID - userid
DKKCSUOO7E INVALID USERID - userid
Dl!KFKT736E
DKKFMT736E
DMKDDR705E
DMKDDR105E
DMKDIR755E

10
10
10
10
10

DKKVMI233E
DMKVI'!I234E
DMKVKI230E
DI'!KVKI231E
DMKVI'!I232E

IPL
IPL
IPL
1PL
IPL

ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

cuu
cuu
cuu
cuu
cuu

CCHHR = cchhr SENSE = sense
{CCHHR = cchhrlBLOCK = nnnnnn} SENSE = sense
CSW csw SENSE sense INPUT bbcchh OUTPUT bbcchh CCW CCW
CSW csw SENSE sense INPUT {bbcchhlnnnnnn} OUTPUT bbcchh CCW ccw
CSW CSW SENSE sense

OVERLAY ERROR
SENSE ERROR
SIO ERROR
TIO ERROR
UNIT ERROR; CSW csw SNS sense

DI'!KKCD224E LIKIT KUST BE BETWEEN 10 and 50000
D lH«: PS ()it ~E

DMKBSC516I
DKKBSC502I
DMKCNS455I
DMKRGA455I
DI'!KBSC5201
Dl!KBSC500I

LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE

raddr)
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'

IN USE
BAD SENSE CMD='ca' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
BUSOUT CK C~D='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid'
CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL
CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL
CHAN ERFOR CKD=' cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid '
CKD REJECT CMD=' ca' SNS='sense' CSi='csw' tJSERID=' userid '
Appendix D. Kessage Text-to-Kessaqe Identifier Cross-Reference

303

DMI
DMKBSC504I
DMKBSC503I
DMKBSC501A
DMKBSC527I
DKKBSC517I
DKKBSC505I
DMKBSC528I

LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE

'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'

DKKRGA454I
DMKNES049E
DMKNET049E
DMKNES706E

LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE

addr
addr
addr
addr

DATA CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='CSW' USERID='userid'
EQUIP CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
INT REQ
LOST DATA CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
NOT/KNOWN CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
OVERRUN CK CMD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
TIKEOUT CMD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

DISABLED
IN USE
IN USE
NOT ENABLED

DMKCNS454I LINE raddr DISABLED
DMKDIA056E LINE vaddr BUSY ON userid
DMKRNH465I LINE TRACE TERMINATED DUE TO ERROR
DMKDIA055£ LiNE(5) NOT AVArlAB1~ eN userid
DMKLNK115E LINK INVALID; EXCESSIVE INCORRECT PASSWORDS
DMKDDR715E LOCATION bbcchh IS A FLAGGED TRACK
DMKCF0041E LOGMSG nn DOES NOT EXIST
DMKMCH615I MACHINE CHECK RECORDING FAILURE cpuid
DMKDDR707E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
DMKDIR757E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
DKKFKT732E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
DMKMCH610W KACHINE CHECK SUPERVISOR DAMAGE cpuid
DMKMCH611W MACHINE CHECK SYSTEM INTEGRITY LOST cpuid
DKK3CH612W MACHINE CHECK TIMING FACILITIES DAMAGE; RUN SEREP cpuid
DMKMCT621I
DMKMCT620I
DMKMCH617I
DMKKCH6141
DMKKCT619I
DMKKCH624I
DMKMCH622W
DMKMCH6191
DMKMCT610W
DMKMCT611W
DKKMCT612W
DMKMCH6161
DMKKCT6161

MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
KACHINE
MACHINE
KACHINE
MACHINE
KACHINE
MACHINE

CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;

AFFINITY SET OFF cpuid
ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT BEING USED cpuid
BUFFER OR DLAT DAMAGE cpuid
DAMAGED PAGE NOW DELETED cpuid
EXTERNAl DAMAGE
EXTERNAL DAMAGE cpuid
MUlTIPLE CHANNEL ERRORS
OPERATION TERKINATED cpuid
SUPERVISOR DAMAGE cpuid
SYSTEM INTEGRITY LOST cpuid
TIMING FACILITIES DAMAGE cpuid
USER userid TERMINATED cpuid
USER userid TERMINATED cpuid

DMKLOG051E MAXIHUM USERS EXCEEDED
DMKSSU074E MISSING INTERRUPT - DEVICE 'raddr'
DMKCSP253E KODIFY KISSING OR INVALID
DKKCSU253E MODIFY KISSING OR INVALID
DHKMCC215E
DMKHCc213E
DHKMCD214E
DMKMCD218E
DMKKIA229E
DMKMCC211E
DMKKCD212E
DKKMCC217E

MONITOR
MONITOR
HONTIOR
MONITOR
MONITOR
MONITOR
MONITOR
MONITOR

ACTIVE; DASTAP CANNOT BE ENABLED DYNAMICALLY
CPTRACE IS ALREADY ACTIVE
CPTRACE IS NOT ACTIVE
NOT STOPPED, OUTSTANDING TAPE I/O
OUT OF DASD PAGES, IS SHUTTING OFF
TAPE IS AlREADY ACTIVE
TAPE IS NOT ACTIVE
TAPE NOT STARTED, NO CLASS ENABLED

DMKIOH561w KORE THAN 50 MCH CR CCH FRAKES WERE READ FROK THE SRF cuu
DKKLOG082E MORE THAN ONE VMSAVE AREA ALLOCATED, KUST SPECIFY AREA NAME
DKKCFV082E KORE THAN ONE VMS AVE AREA ALLOCATED; MUST SPECIFY AREA NAME
DHKDDR726E MOVING DATA INTO THE ALTERNATE TRACK CYLINDER(S) IS PROHIBITED

304

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DKK
D8KCDBOO3E
DHKCDft003E
DftKCFG003E
DHKCFOO03E
DftKCFSOO3E
DHKCPSOO3E
D8KCPV003E
D8KCQPOO3E
D8KCQROO3E
D8KCSB003E
D8KCSOOO3E
D~KCSPOO3E

DHKCSTOO3E
DHKCSUOO3E
DHKDEF003E
DHKLOGOO3E
DHKftCC003E
DftK8CR003E
DMKMSG003E
DftKNETOO3E
DftKNLE003E
DftKSPT003E
DMKTRI003E
DMKTRA003E
DHKUSOO03E
DMKVDA003E

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION

-

option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option
option

DMKCPV204E INVALID PAGE (S) SPECIFIED, V=R AREA
DMKRND863E INVALID PARAMETER - paraaeter
DKKCDS012E INVALID PSi - psw
DMKCPB012E INVALID PSi - psw
DMKCDB009E
DMKCDMOO9E
DHKCPV009E
DMKNES009E
DHKNET009E
DftKVMD009E

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE

-

range
range
range
range
range
range

DMKCDB010E INVALID REGISTER - register
DHKCDS010E INVALID REGISTER - register
DMKVDA077E INVALID REQUEST FOR DEVICE 'nnn'
DMKCSU008E INVALID SPOOLID - spoolid
DHKSPTOO8E INVALID SPOOLID - spoolid
DMKCPVOO7E INVALID USERID - userid
DMKCSP007E INVALID USERID - userid
DMKCSUOO7E INVALID U5ERID - userid
DMKFHT736E
DMKFftT736E
DHKDDR705E
DHKDDR705E
DMKDIR755E

10
10
10
10
10

DMKVM1233E
DMKVMI234E
DMKVMI230E
DHKVMI231E
DMKVMI232E

1PL
IPL
IPL
IFL
IPL

ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

cuu
cuu
cuu
cuu
cuu

CCRHR = cchhr SENSE = sense
{CCHHR = cchhrlBLOCK = nnnnnn} SENSE = sense
CSi csw SENSE sense INPUT bbcchh OUTPUT bbcchh CCW ccw
CSW csw SENSE sense INPUT {bbcchhlnnnnnn} OUTPUT bbcchh CCW ccw
CSW csw SENSE sense

OVERLAY ERROR
SENSE ERROR
SIO ERROR
TIO ERROR
UNIT ERROR; CSW csw SNS sense

DMKMCD224E LIMIT MUST BE BETWEEN 10 and 50000
DKKCPS049E
DKKBSC516I
DMKBSC502I
DMKCNS455I
DKKRGA455I
DMKBSC520I
DKKBSC5001

LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE

(addr)
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
' addr'

IN USE
BAD SENSE CMD='clI' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
BUSOUT CK CMD='ca' SNS=' sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid'
CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL
CC=3 NOT OPERATIONAL
CHAN ERFOR CMD=' cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID=' userid '
CKD REJECT CKD=' cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
Appendix D. Message Text-to-Message Identifier Cross-Reference

303

DB!

DMKBSCS041
DMKBSC5031
DMKBSC501A
DMKBSC5271
DMKBSC5171
DMKBSC5051
DMKBSC5281

LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE

'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'

DMKRGA4541
DMKNES049E
DBKNET049E
DMKNES706E

LINE
LINE
LINE
LINE

addr
addr
addr
addr

DATA CK CBD='ca' SNS='sense' CSW='CSW' USERID='userid'
EQUIP CK CMD='ca' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
INT REQ
LOST DATA CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
NOT/KNOWN CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
OVERRUN CK CMD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
TIBEOUT CMD='cm' SNS=' sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'

DISABLED
IN USE
IN USE
NOT ENABLED

DMKCNS4541 LINE raddr DISABLED
DMKDIA056E LINE vaddr BUSY ON userid
DMKRNH4651 LINE TRACE TERBINATED DUE TO ERROR
DMKDIA055E LINE(S} NOT AVAILABLE eN userid
DMKLNK115E LINK INVALID; EXCESSIVE INCORRECT PASSWORDS
DMKDDR715E LOCATION bbcchh IS A FLAGGED TRICK
DMKCF0041E LOGMSG nn DOES NOT EXIST
DMKMCH6151 MACHINE CHECK RECORDING F1ILURE cpuid
DMKDDR707E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
DMKDIR757E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SlVE OUTPUT FOR CE
DMKFMT732E MACHINE CHECK RUN SEREP AND SAVE OUTPUT FOR CE
DMKMCH610W MACHINE CHECK SUPERVISOR DAR1GE cpuid
DMKMCH611W MACHINE CHECK SYSTER INTEGRITY LOST cpuid
DMKMCH612W MACHINE CHECK TIMING FACILITIES DAMAGE; RUN SEiEP cpuid
DMKMCT6211
DMKMCT6201
DMKMCH6171
DMKMCH6141
DBKMCT6191
D~KMCH624I

MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE

DMKMCH622W
DMKMCH6191
DMKMCT610W
DMKMCT611W
DMKMCT612W
DMKMCH6161
DMKMCT6161

MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE
MACHINE

MAC~~NE

CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;
CHECK;

AFFINITY SET OFF cpuid
ATTACHED PROCESSOR NOT BEING USED cpuid
BUFFER OR DLAT DAMAGE cpuid
DABAGED PAGE NOi DELETED cpuid
EXTERNAl DABAGE
EX~ERNAt DAKAGE cpuid
MUlTIPLE CHANNEL ERRORS
OPERATION TERMINATED cpuid
SUPERVISOR DABAGE cpuid
SYSTEM INTEGRITY LOST cpuid
TIMING FACILITIES DAMAGE cpuid
USER userid TERMINATED cpuid
USER userid TERMINATED cpuid

DMKLOG051E MAXIMUM USERS EXCEEDED
DMKSSU074E MISSING INTERRUPT - DEVICE 'raddr'
DMKCSP253E MODIFY MISSING OR INVALID
DMKCSU253E MODIFY MISSING OR INVALID
DMKMCC215E
DMKMCC213E
DMKMCD214E
DMKMCD218E
DMKMIA229E
DMKMCC211E
DMKMCD212E
DMKMCC217E

MONITOR
MONITOR
MONTIOR
MONITOR
MONITOR
MONliOR
MONITOR
MONITOR

ACTIVE; DASTAP CANNOT BE ENABLED DYNAMICALLY
CPTRACE IS ALREADY ACTIVE
CPTRACE IS NOT ACTIVE
NOT STOPPED, OUTSTANDING TAPE I/O
OUT OF DASD PAGES, IS SHUTTING OFF
TAPE IS AlREADY ACTIVE
TAPE IS NOT ACTIVE
TAPE NOT STARTED, NO CLASS ENABLED

DMKIOH561W MORE THAN 50 MCH CR CCH FRAMES WERE READ FROM THE SRF cuu
DMKLOG082E MORE THAN ONE VBSAVE AREA ALLOCATED, MUST SPECIFY AREA NAME
DMKCFV082E MORE THAN ONE VMSAVE AREA ALLOCATED; MUST SPECIFY AREA NABE
DMKDDR726E MOVING DATA INTO THE ALTERNATE TRACK CYLINDER(S) IS PROHIBITED

304

IBM VM/370 System Messages

MK
DMKSST073E
DMKSSS0781
DMKLNK2811
DMKSST0781

MSS
MSS
MSS
MSS

DEVICE NOT AVAILABLE - REASON CODE xx
MOUNT PROCEEDING FCR VOLUME 'volid'
VOL $ NOT LINRED; DEMNT IN PROCESS, RETRY
MOUNT PROCEEDING FCR VOLUME 'volid'

DMKNES175E NETWORK TRACE ALREADY IN USE BY userid
DMKCFS1901
DMKCLK437E
DMKRND8531
DMKLOG080E
DMKCFV080E
DMKDDR723E
DMKDDR716R
DMKWRM9201

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

AFFINITY SPECIFIED IN THE DIRECTORY
DASD SPACE AVAILABLE - IPL TERMINATED
DUMP FILES EXIST
PREALLOCATED VMSAVE AREA
PREALLOCATED VMSAVE AREA
VALID CP NUCLEUS ON THE INPUT UNIT
VOL1 LABEL FOUND (FOR volser] DO yon WT~H TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES OR NO OR REREAD:
WARM START DATA; CKPT START FOR RETRY

DHKDIR760E NOT ENOUGH SPACE ALLOCATED FOR DIRECTORY
DMKDDR712E NUMBER OF EXTENTS EXCEEDS 20
DMKDDR703E OPERAND HISSING
DHKDIR753E OPERAND HISSING
DHKCDB026E
DMKCDS026E
DMKCFC026E
DMKCFD026E
DMKCFG026E
DHKCFH026E
DMKCFOO26E
DMKCFS026E
DHKCFT026E
DMKCPB026E
DHKCPS026E
DMKCPV026E
DMKCQR026E
DHKCQY026E
DHKCSB026E
DMKCSP026E
DHKCST026E
DMKCSU026E
DMKDEF026E
DHKMCC026E
DMKMCD026E
DHKHCH026E
DHKNES026E
DMKNET026E
DHKNLD026E
DHKSPM026E
DHKSPS026E
DHKSPS026E
DMKTHI026E
DMKTRA026E

OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND
OPERAND

MISSING
HISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
MISSING
HISSING
MISSING
HISSING
MISSING
MISSING
HISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
HISSING
MISSING
MISSING
HISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING

OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

DMKDDR725R ORIGINAL INPUT DEVICE WAS
RESPOND YES OR NO:

(IS) LARGER

THAN OUTPUT

DEVICE. DO

YOU WISH

TO CONTINUE?

DMKDDR718E OUTPUT UNIT IS FILE PROTECTED
DMKDDR722E OUTPUT UNIT NOT PROPERLY FORMATTED FOR THE CP NUCLEUS
DMKDDR713E OVERLAPPING OR INVALID EXTENTS
DHKFHT740E PACK HOUNTED IS 3340-35, NOT 3340-70. HOUNT ANOTHER OR RESPECIFY
DMKCPV1651 PAGE hexloc NOT LOCKED; SHARED PAGE
DMKCFH435E
DHKCFP435E
DMKSNC435E
DMKCFG174E
DMKVHD038E

PAGING ERROR WRITING SAVED SYSTEM
PAGING ERROR WRITING SAVED SYSTEM
PAGING ERROR WRITING SAVED SYSTEM
PAGING I/O ERROR; IPL FAILED
PARAMETER parameter FOR option OPTION MISSING OR INVALID

Appendix D. Messaqe Text-to-Message Identifier Cross-Reference

305

DMK
DMKCFG177E PARM EXCEEDS 64 CHARACTERS
DHKLOG050E PASSWORD INCORRECT
DMKCKS915E PERMANENT I/O ERROR ON CHECKPOINT CYLINDER
DHKCPU191E PROCESSOR nn DOES NOT EXIST
DHKCPU1941 PROCESSOR nn OFFLINE
DHKCPU1931 PROCESSOR nn ONLINE
DHKDDR756E PROGRAH CHECK PSW
DHKDIR756E PROGRAM CHECK PSW
DMKFHT756E PROGRAM CHECK PSW

psv

= psv
= psv

DMKRSE242E PRT cuu (3800) INiERVENTION RECQD, STATUS CODE cc
DMKVDA142E PRT cuu NOT DRAINED
DMKRSE240E
DHKTCS240E
nSKRSE252I
DMKRSE241E
DHKTCS241E
DHKRSE2551

PRT cuu, FCB-FORMS MISMATCH, FILEID nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
PRT cuu, FCB-FORHS MISHATCH, FILEID nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
rRT CUll, F!LE ~nnn REQUEUED !ND HELD
PRT cuu, INVALID LOAD MODULE •••• SPECIFIED, FILE nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
P~T cuu, INVALID LOAD HODULE •••• SPECIFIED, FILE nnnn {HELDIPURGED}
PRT cuu, PAGE BUFFER DESTROYED, BACKUP PAGE COUNT = nnnn

DMKRSP428E PRT raddr SPOOL EFROR; FILE HELD
DHKAC0425A PUN cuu ACCOUNTING DATA; FATAL I/O ERROR
DHKRSP428E PUN raddr SPOOL EEROR; FILE HELD
DHKCFD021E
DHKCFOO21E
DHKCPS021E
DHKCPU021E
DHKCPv021E
DHKCQP021E
DHKCSB021E
DHKCS0021E
DHKHCC021E
DHKHCD021E
DHKNES021E
DHKNET021E
DHKNLD021E
DHKNLE021E
DHKSPT021E

RADDP
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR
RADDF
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR
RADDR

HISSING
HISSING
MISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING

OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

DHKVDA021E RADDR HISSING OR INVALID raddr
DHKVDD021E RADDR HISSING OR INVALID raddr
DMKRSE505A RDR 'addr' OVERRUN CK CHD=·c.' SNS='sense'
DHKRSP434A
DHKRSP431A
DHKRSP432A
DHKRSP433A
DHKRSP428E
DHKRSP426E

RDR
RDR
RDR
RDR
RDR
RDR

raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr
raddr

FATAL I/O ERROR; FILE PURGED
ID CARD HISSING OR INVALID
ID CARD; 'userid' NOT IN CP DIRECTORY
ID CARD; INVALID DATA - 'data'
SPOOL ERROR; FILE PURGED
SPOOL SPACE FULL; FILE PURGED

DHKVSP429I RDR vaddr SPOOL EEROR; FILE HELD
DHKDDR714E RECORD bbcchh NOT FOUND ON TAPE
DHKDDR721E RECORD cchhr NOT FOUND
DHKDDR721E RECORD {cchhrlnnnnnn} NOT FOUND
DHKNHT257E RESIDUAL BYTE COUNT

= nnnnnnnn

(HEX)

DHKCFH300E SAVE REQUEST BEYOND VIRTUAL HACHINE SIZE
DHKCFV063E SHADOW TABLE BYPASS; NOT SET
DHKVAT06ijE SHADOW TABLE BYPASS; RESET
DHKCDS161E SHARED PAGE hexloc ALTERED by userid
DHKVHA161E SHARED PAGE hexloc ALTERED BY userid
DHKATS181E SHARED SYSTEM name REPLACED WITH NON-SHARED COpy

306

IBM VM/310 System Messages

DMK
DMKSPMS04E SINGLE PROCESSOR MODE ON REJECTED
DMKSPMSOSE SINGLE PROCESSOR HODE eFF REJECTED
DMKSPMSOSI SINGLE PROCESSOR HODE ACTIVE
DKKMCH6131 SOFT KACHINE CHECK RECORDING DISABLED cpuid
DHKNMT24SE SPECIFIED IMAGE imag NON-EXISTENT
DMKCF01S8E SPECI~ED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
DMKCFS1SSE SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
DMKLOG1SSE SPECIFIED PROCESSOR UNAVAILABLE
DMKCQG042E SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
DHKCST042E SP06tID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
DHKCSU042E SPOOLID nnnn DOES NOT EXIST
DHKCQG027E SPOOLID MISSING OR INVALID
DHKCST027E SPOOLID HISSING OR INVALID
DMKCSU027E SPOOLID MISSING OR INVALID
DMKIOH559W SRF cuu NOT ACCESSIBLE; FRAMES NOT ON ERROR CYLINDERS
DMKMCD223E START TIME MUST PRECEDE STOP TIME
DMKDIR752E STATEMENT SEQUENCE ERROR FOLLOWING USER user
DMKCPI9571 STOR sssssK, NUC nnnK, DYN dddddK, TRA tttK, FREE ffffK, V=R vvvvvK
DMKDEF094E STORAGE EXCEEDS AlLOWED MAXIMUM
DMKDEF02SE STORAGE HISSING OR INVALID
nM~~DS163E

STORE EXCEEDS MAXIMUM REGISTER

DMKMCC216E SYSPROF CLASS REQUIRES SCHEDULE AND DASTAP
DMKSAV353W SYSRES DEVICE TYPE INVALID
DMKCFG172E SYSTEM name DASD vaddr INCOMPATIBLE SYSRES
DMKCFH172E SYSTEM name DASD vaddr INCOMPATIBLE SYSRES
DMKCFG044E
DMKCFH044E
DMKCFS044E
DMKNLD044E
DKKSNC044E

SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEK

name
name
name
name
name

DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES
DOES

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST
EXIST

DMKSNC178E SYSTEM name EXCEEDS AVAILABLE DASD SPACE
DMKCFG170E
DMKCFH170E
DMKCFS170E
DMKNLD170E

SYSTEK
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM

name
name
name
name

EXCEEDS
EXCEEDS
EXCEEDS
EXCEEDS

STORAGE
STORAGE
STORAGE
STORAGE

DMKCFG173E SYSTEM name REQUIRES [ASD vaddr
DMKCFH173E SYSTEM name REQUIRES DASD vaddr
DMKCFG179E
DMKCFH179E
DKKCFP179E
DMKCFS179E
DKKSNC179E

SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEK
SYSTEK
SYSTEK

name
name
name
name
name

VOLID
VOLID
VOLID
VOLID
VOLID

volid
volid
volid
volid
volid

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

CP
CP
CP
CP
CP

DI!KCFG171E
DKKCFH171E
DMKCFS171E
DMKNLD171E
DMKSNC171E

SYSTEM
SYSTEK
SYSTEK
SYSTEK
SYSTEM

name
name
name
name
nalle

VOLID
VOLID
VOLID
VOLID
VOLID

volid
volid
volid
volid
volid

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

!!OUNTED
MOUNTED
MOUNTED
MOUNTED
KOUNTED

OWNED
OWNED
OWNED
OWNED
OWNED

DKKCKS4001 SYSTEM CHECKPOINT AREA FULL
DKKCKS4011 SYSTEM CHECKPOINT AREA 90 PERCENT FULL

Appendix D. Message Text-to-Message Identifier Cross-Reference

307

DMK
DMKDMP909W
DMKDMP907W
DMKDMP906W
DMKDMP90SW

SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM

DUMP
DUMP
DUMP
DUMP

DEVICE NOT-READY
FAILURE; FATAL I/O ERROR
FAILURE; MACHINE CHECK, RUN SEREP
FAILURE; PROGRAM CHECK

DHKDMP90BI SYSTEM FAILURE; CODE - code
DMKCKP902W
DMKCKP922W
DMKWRM904W
DMKCKP901W
DMKCKP900W
DMKWRM921W
DMKCKS903W
DMKCKS912w
DMKWRM912W
DMKCKP910W
DMKCKP911W

SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM

RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY
RECOVERY

FAILURE;
FAILURE;
FAILURE;
FAILURE:
FAILURE:
FAILURE:
FAILURE;
FAILURE;
FAILURE;
FAILURE:
FAILURE:

FATAL I/O ERROR-{NUCL CYLIWARM CYL}
INVALID SPOOLING DATA
INVALID WARM START DATA
HACHINE CHECK, RUN SEREP
PROGRAM CHECK
UNRECOVERABLE I/O ERROR
VOLID 'volid' ALLOCATION ERROR CYLINDER 'cylinder'
VOLID 'volid' NOT MOUNTED
VOLID 'volid' NOT MOUNTED
INVALID WARM START CYLINDER
WARM START AREA FULL

DMKCKP961W SYSTEM SHUTDOWN COMPLETE
DMKCPI961W SYSTEM SHUTDOWN COMPLETE
DMKPGT400I SYSTEM TEMP SPACE FULL
DMKPGT4011 SYSTEM TEMP SPACE 90 PERCENT FULL
DMKCKP9601 SYSTEM WARM START DATA SAVED
DMKCPI960I SYSTEM WARM START DATA SAVED
DMKTAPS161
DMKTAP5021
DMKTAP5201
DMKTAP5001
DMKTAP511I
DMKTAPS231
DMKTAP510I
DMKTAP5261
DHKTAPSOlJD
DHKTAP503I
DMKTAP522I
DMK'l'AP513I

TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE

'addr'
' addr'
' addr'
'addr'
' addr'
'addr'
' addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'
' addr'
'addr'

D!K'rAP5011 T!PE • addr'

DKKTAP512I
DKKTAP5211
DKKTAP517I
DMKTAPS05D
DKKTAP5191
DKKTAP51 BI

TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE
TAPE

'addr'
'addr'
' addr'
'addr'
'addr'
'addr'

BAD SENSE CKD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
BUSOUT CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID= 'userid'
CHAN ERROR CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID=' userid,
CKD REJECT CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
COMPAT CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid
CONTROL CK CHD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
CONVERT CK CHD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
DSE FAILEt CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
DATA CK CMD='ca' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
EQUIP CK CHD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csw' USERID= 'userid'
ERAS! CK CHD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
FILE PROT CKD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
I!T R!Q

LOAD POINT CKD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID=' userid,
NO DEVICE CKD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID=' userid,
NOT/KNOWN CHD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
OVERRUN CK CHD='c.' SNS=' sense' CSW='csw' USERID='userid'
PE BURST CKD='cm' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'
RECV ERROR CMD='c.' SNS='sense' CSW='csv' USERID='userid'

DMKSPS014E TAPE raddr DUMP TAPE CAPACITY EXCEEDED
DKKSPS037E TAPE raddr INVALID FCR STORAGE COMMAND
DMKSPS037E TAPE raddr INVALID FOR STORAGE COMHAND
DHKRND851I TEN DUKP FILES ALREADY EXIST
DMKVDA086E THE 'volid' PARAKETER IS INVALID
DHKMCD222E TIME PARAMETER SPECIFIES INVALID TIKE
DKKCFS187E TIMER ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE
DKKVDA076E THE 'volid' PARAMETER IS INVALID
DKKCLK970W TOD CLOCK SYNC CHECK RECEIVED
DMKTRA180W TRACE NOT IN EFFECT
DHKRSP430A TYPE raddr FATAL I/O ERROR; NOW OFFLINE, FILE HELD
DMKVDD143E TYPE raddr IN USE BY SYSTEM
DKKVDD142E TYPE raddr NOT DRAINED

308

IBH VM/370 System Messaqes

DI'IK
DMKVDA134E TYPE vaddr NOT ATTACHED
DMKVDA135E TYPE vaddr NOT DETACHED
DMKVDD135E TYPE vaddr NOT DETACHED

CHAN X DEDICATED
CHAN X DEDICATED
CHAN X DEDICATED

DMKFMT734E TYPE OR CYL INVALID
DHKFMT734E TYPE OR {CYLIPAGJ INVALID
DHKCPI953I UNABLE TO ALLOCATE SYSTEH AUTO DUHP
DMKRND850I UNABLE TO READ DUMP FROM READER
DMKLNK117E USERID userid NOT LINKED; VOLID volid CONFLICT
DMKL!K119E USER!D vaddr NOT lINKED; INSUFFICIENT FREE STORAGE
DMKLNK116E USERID XXX NOT LINKED; CP DIRECTORY IN USE
DHKCF0020E
DMKCPV020E
DKKCQG020E
DMKCQP020E
DMKCQR020E
DHKCQY020E
DMKCSP020E
DKKCSU020E
DMKDIA020E
DMKLNK020E
DMKLOG020E
DMKHSG020E
DMKQVH020E
DMKUS0020E
DMKVDA020E
DKKVDD020E
DHKVMD020E

U~~tt~V

USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID
USERID

HISSING
KISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
KISSING
KISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
KISSING
HISSING
MISSING
HISSING
MISSING
MISSING
HISSING

OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

DKKJRL1451 USERID:userid AT term-raddr WITH INVALID {LINKILOGON}
VIOLATED THE LIHIT OF yyy [A=auserid]

PASSWORD

NO.xxx

(psvd)

HAS

Appendix D. Message Text-to-Messaqe Identifier Cross-Reference

309

DHKCFG203E V=R AREA REQUIRES IPL BY DEVICE ADDRESS
DHKCPV203E V=R AREA REQUIRES IPI BY DEVICE ADDRESS
DMKCFD022E
DHKCFG022E
D!KCPB022E
DMKCQG022E
DMKCQP022E
DKKCSB022E
DHKCSP022E
DHKCST022E
D!KDEF022E
D!KDIA022E
DMKLNK022E
DMKVHI022E

VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR
VADDR

HISSING
MISSING
HISSING
HISSING
HISSING
KISSING
HISSING
KISSING
MISSING
HISSING
HISSING
MISSING

OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR

INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID

DKKVDA022E VADDR KISSING OR INVALID vaddr
DKKVDD022E VADDR MISSING OR INVALID vaddr
DMKCPS192E VARY PROCESSOR COMMAND FAILED
D!KCPU192E VARY PROCESSOR COHKAN[ FAILED
DMKCPV176E VIRT=REAL AREA IN USE EY userid
DMKBLD200E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; IN USE BY {useridISYSTEM}
DMKBLD201E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; DAMAGED PAGES
DMKBLD202E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; INSUFFICIENT STORAGE
D!KCPV202E VIRT=REAL AREA NOT AVAILABLE; INSUFFICIENT STORAGE
D!KCFS183E VM ASSIST NOT ACTIVE
DMKCFSlaitE VftkSSIS-TNOT AVA-IL1:BLE
DKKCF0184E VM ASSIST NOT AVAILABLE [ON PROCESSOR proc addr]
DMKCFG083E VMSAVE AREA DOES NOT CONTAIN A VALID SAVED SYSTEM
DMKLOG081W VMSAVE AREA CONTAINS A SAVED SYSTEM p MUST USE SET COMMAND

D!!K
D!!KVDA023E
D!!KDIR161E
DMKFMT133E
DMKDDR111R

VOLID
VOLID
VOLID
VOLID

MISSING
READ IS
F EAD IS
BEAD IS

OB INVALID
volid1 NOT volid2
volidl NOT volid2
volid2 [NOT volid1] DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? RESPOND YES NO OF BEBEAD:

DMKDDB709E WRONG INPUT TAPE !!OUNTED
DMKCF0255W 370E FEATURE NOW tISABIED
DMKCFS251E 310E IS NOT ACT IV!
DKKLOG251E 310E IS NOT ACTIV!
DKKCF0250E 310E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
DMKCFS250E 310E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PBOC xx)
DKKLOG250E 310E IS NOT AVAILABLE (ON PROC xx)
DMKNMT241I 3800 NAMED SYSTEM imag3800 CBEATED

310

IBM V8/310 System Messages

DMS

eMS Message Summary
DMSRDC702I [READ CONTROL CARD MISSING. FOLLOWING ASSUMED:] :READ {fn ft fmlREADCARD C"SUTl A1J
DMSBTP108E /SET CARD FORHAT INVALID
FEATURE NOT
DftSTPE115S {CONVERSIONI {719}-TRACKI {80016250} BPIITRANSLATIONIDUAL-DENSIT~
ON DEVICE 'cuu'
DMSBTP109E {CPUIPRINTERIPUNCB} LIMIT EXCEEDED
DHSDOS140S {FEOVDISEOVIFEOV} ftACRO NOT SUPPORTED
D~SSVT120S {IN;OUT}PUT ERROR !code' ON 'ddname;
DftSSCT120S {IN/OUT}PUT ERROR 'code' ON 'ddna.e'
DMSXCP411S {INFUTIOUTPUTJ ERROR CODE 'nn' ON 'SYSxxx'
D~SCPY002E {INPUTIOVERLAY} FILE 'fn ft' NOT FOUND
DMSFRE164T {LOWIBIGH}-CORE NUCLEUS STORAGE POINTERS DESTROYED (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn).
DMSFRE163T {LOWIHIGHJ-CORE USER CHAIN HAS BEEN DESTROYED (INTERNAL ERROR CODE nn).
DMSDLB3231 {MASTERIJOB} CATALOG DLEI CLEARED
DftSCIOl13S {READERIPUNCH} NOT ATTACHED
DKSBOP113S {TAPnlmode (cuu)} NOT ATTACHED
DMSASN113S {TAPnlmodeIREADERIPUNCBIPRINTERJ (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
DKSAMS113S {TA PIN I 'rAPOUTJ (addr) NOT ATTACHED
DKSINT015E {UNKNOWN {CP/CKSICKSICP} IINVALID {CHSISUBSET}} COMMAND

SUPPORTED

DMSUPD184W ' . / S' NOT FIRST CARD IN UPDATE FILE -- IGNORED
DMSACC726I 'cuu mode' RELEASED
DMSACC059E 'cun' ALREADY ACCESSED AS READ/WRITE 'mode' DISK
DKSFOR114S 'cuu' IS AN UNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE
DMSDLB322I 'ddname' NOT FOUNt: NO CLEAR EXECUTED
DMSXCPl13S 'device (cuu) , NOT ATTACHED
DMSKOD114E 'fn ft fa' NOT LOADED; CMS/DOS ENVIRONMENT [NOT] ACTIVE
DKSDLB308E 'mode' DISK IN [NON-]CMS FORMAT: INVALID FOR [NON-]CKS DATASET
DMSBOP308E 'mode' DISK IN CMS FORMAT; INVALID FOR NON-CMS DATASET
DKSVGN367I 'modulename TEXT' WRITTEN ON DISK 'A'.
DMSVPD3671 '.odulename TEXT' WRITTEN ON DISK 'A'
DKSFOR7321 'nnn' {CYLINDERS I FB-512 BLOCKS} FORMATTED ON DISK 'mode(cuu) ,
DKSFOR7321 'nnn' CYLINDERS FORMATTED ON DISK 'mode(cu~'
DMSAMS066E
DKSASN066E
DKSCPY066E
DKSDLB066E
DKSDSV066E
DMSFLD066E
DKSLBD066E
D!1SLST066E
DMSUPD066E

'option'
'option'
' option'
'option'
' option'
'option'
'option'
'option'
'option'

AND
AND
AND
AND
AND
AND
AND
AND
AND

DMSAMS065E
DKSASN065E
DMSCPY065E
DKSDLB065E
DMSDSV065E
DMSFI.D065E
DKSLBD065E
DKSUPD065E

' option'
'option'
'option'
'option'
'option'
'option'
'option'
' option'

OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION

'option'
'option'
' option'
I option;
'option'
'option'
'option'
'option'
'option'

ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE

SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED

CONFLICTING
CONFLICTING
CONFLICTING
CONFLICTING
CONFLICTING
CONFLICTING
CONFLICTING
CONFLICTING
CONFLICTING

OPTIONS
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
OPTIONS
OPTIONS

TWICE
TWICE
TWICE
TWICE
TWICE
TWICE
TWICE
TWICE

DMSDSV026W 'phase' NOT IN lIERARY
DKSIFC825E ' CLEAR' IS VALID ONLY WHEN SPECIFIED BY ITSELF
DKSITS139T 'DKSKEY RESET' FROM addr UNDERFLOWS KEY STACK
DKSITS138T t mrSKEY' CALL FRCM addr OVERFLOWS KEY ST ACK# WITH lUX DEPTH 7 ~
DKSCLS140S 'FEOVISEOV' KACRe NOT SUPPORTED
DMSCPY156E 'FROM nnn' NOT FOUND - FILE 'fn ft fa' HAS ONLY 'nnn' RECORDS
DKSABN153W 'HX' DURING ABEND PROCESSING WAS IGNORED

Appendix D. Message Text-to-Kessage Identifier Cross-Reference

311

DMS
DMSCPY101S 'SPECS' TEMP STRING STORAGE EXHAUSTED AT ••••••••••
DMSSYN066E 'STD' AND 'NOSTD' ARE CONFLICTING OPTIONS
DMSDLB301E 'SYSIXX' NOT ASSIGNED FOR DISK 'fm'
DMSTLB425R
DMSCLS429I
DMSSEB429I
DMSTLB4271
DMSTLB4281
DMSTLB421E
DMSTLB434E
DMSTLB043E
DMSTLB430E
DMSTLB436I
DMSCLSl13S
DMSTLBl13S
DMSTLB424E
DMSTLB4371
DMSTLB423I
DMSTLB422E
DMSTLB426R
DMSTLB432E
DMSTLB431E
DMSTPE431E
DKSTPE043E

'TAPn (cuu) , BLOCK COUNT ERROR FOR 'filename' ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'CANCEL'
'TAPn (cuu)' EOT ON OUTPUT
'TAPn (cuu)' EOT ON CUTPUT
'TAPn (cuu) , EOVl LABEL FEAD
'TAPn (cuu)' EOVl LABEL WRITTEN
'TAPn (cuu)' HDRl LABEL HISSING FOR 'filename'
'TAPn (cuu)' INPUT LABEL CHECK ERROR FOR FILE 'filename'
'TAPn (cuu)' IS FILE PROTECTED
'TAPn (cuu)' LAB!LDEF INFORMATION MISSING FOR FILE 'filename'
'TAPn (cuu)' HISSING USER STANDARD LABEL FOR 'ddname'
'TAPn (cuu)' NOT ATTACHED
'TAPn (cuu)' NOT ATTACHED
'TAPn (cuu)' NOT POSITIONED AT EOFl LABEL
'TAPn (cuu) , NSL ROUTINE RE~URNED AN ERROR CODE 'nnnnnn' FOR 'filename'
'TAPn (cuu) , POSITIONED PARAMETER IGNORED. OUTPUT FILE WILL BE WRITTEN
AFTER NEW VOLl LABEL
'TAPn (cuu)' POSITIONED WRONG FOR 'filename'
'TAPn (cuu)' UNEXPIRED FILE ENTER 'IGNORE' OR 'ERROR'
'TAPn (cuu) , VOLID volid DOES NOT MATCH LABELDEF VOLID FOR • filename'
'TAPn (cuu)' VOLl LABEL KISSING
'TAPn (cuu)' VOLl LABEL MISSING
'TAPn(cUu)' IS FILE PROTECTED

IMMEDIATELY

DKSLI0203W "SET LOCATION COUNTER" NAME 'name' UNDEFINED
DKSVGN3681 count NEW PTF DECKS WILL BE APPLIED.
DKSVPD368I count NEW PTF DECKS WILL BE APPLIED
DMSACC7251 cuu ALSO = 'mode' [-OSt-DOS] DISK
DMSFORl13S cuu NOT ATTACHED
DMSACC124I cuu FEPLACES mode (ceu)
DMSITP141T
DHSITP142T
DMSITP143T
DMSITP144T

exception
exception
exception
exception

EXCEPTION
EXCEPTION
EXCEPTION
EXCEPTION

OCCURRED
OCCURRED
OCCURRED
OCCURRED

AT
AT
AT
AT

addr
addr
addr
addr

IN
IN
in
IN

ROUTINE callee
ROUTINE routine DURING 'SPIE' EXIT ROUTINE
SYSTEM ROUTINE callee.
ROUTINE callee WHILE 'UFDBUSY' = xx.

DMSACC723I mode (cuu) {R/OIR/W} [-OSI-DOS]
DMSACCl13S mode (cuu) NOT ATTACHED
DMSABN149T nnn (HEX xxx) DOUELEWORDS OF SYSTEM STORAGE HAVE BEEN DESTROYED. RE-IPL CMS
DMSABN150W nnn (HEX xxx) DOUBlEWCRDS OF SYSTEM STORAGE WERE NOT RECOVERED
DMSSET333E nnnnnK PARTITION TOO LARGE FOR THIS VIRTUAL MACHINE
DMSITS140T routine ROUTINE CALLED FROM addr DID DMSKEY WITH NO RESET.
DMSVGN363I sysname DOSLIB CREATED ON DISK 'A'.
DMSEDI016E ACTUAL FECORD LENGTH EXCEEDS THAT SPECIFIED
DMSINI610R ALSO IPL {CYLIBLK} O? {YESINO}
DMSINI610R ALSO 1Pl CYLINDER 01 {YES!NO}
DMSVMF383R APPLY 'fn'? ••• ENTER 'NO' OR EOB:
DMSVPD383R APPLY 'fn'? ••• ENTER 'NO' OR EOB:
DMSIFC829W ATTEMPTED 'ZERO' WAS SUPPRESSED. REQUIRES PRIVILEGE CLASS F
DMSZAP195W BASE VALUE INVALID - SET NO GO SWITCH
DMSBTB101E BATCH NOT LOADED
DMSKVE130S BLOCKSIZE ON V FORMAT FILE ddname IS LESS THAN 9
DMSSRV194S BOOK 'subl.book' CONTAINS BAD RECORDS
DMSS RV004E BOOK 'subl.-book' NOT FOUND

312

IBM VM/370 System Messages

MS

DMSITS137T
DMSFOR214W
DMSDLB307E
DMSFRE165T
DMSCLS089E

CANNOT RECOMPUTE WITHOUT LOSS OF DATA. NO CHANGE
CATALOG DDNAME 'ddname' NOT FOUND
CHAIN HEADER AT addr: xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx
CLOSE ERROR CODE Inn' ON '{fnISYSxxxITAPn}'

DMSINS098W CMS OS SIMULATION NOT AVAILABLE
DMSITS098S CMS OS SIMULATION NOT AVAILABLE
DMSSET098W CMS OS SIMULATION NOT AVAILABLE
DMSASN099E
DMSDLK099E
DMSDSV099E
DMSERV099E
DMSFET099E
DMSLI0099E
DMSLLU099E
DMSOPT099E
DMSPRV099E
DMSQRY099E
DMSRRV099E
DMSSET099E
DMSSRV099E

CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
eMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS
CMS/DOS

ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRON!ENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT

NOT
NOT
NOT
NeT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE
ACTIVE

DMSVGN3601 CMS/VSAM TEXT FILES CREATED ON DISK 'AI.
DMSINS100W CMSSEG SYSTEM NAME 'name' NOT AVAILABLE
DMSCMS7151
DMSC!S111E
DMSCMS141S
DMSCMS412S

CMSXGEN
C!SXGEN
CMSXGEN
CMSXGEN

DMSCHP009E
DMSDSK009E
DKSSRT009E
DKSTYP009E
DKSCMP211E

COLUMN
COLUMN
COLUMN
COLUMN
COLUMN

COMPLETE
FAILED DUE TO LOAD ERRORS
FAILED DUE TO SAVESYS ERRORS
FAILED DUE TO SETKEY ERROR
'col' EXCEEDS
'col' EXCEEDS
'col' EXCEEDS
'col' EXCEEDS
FIELDS OUT OF

RECORD LENGTH
RECORD LENGTH
RECORD LENGTH
RECORD LENGTH
SEQUENCE

DMSCPY067E COMBINED INPUT FILES ILLEGAL WITH PACK OR UNPACK OPTIONS
DKSCMP1791 COMPARING 'fn ft fm' WITH 'fn ft fm'
DMSCMP011E CONFLICTING FILE FORMATS
DMSBOP410S
DHSSET410S
DMSSSK410S
DMSVIB410S

CONTROL
CONTROL
CONTROL
CONTROL

PROGRA!
PROGRAM
PROGRAM
PROGRAM

EBROR
ERROR
ERROR
EEROR

INDICATION
INDICATION
INDICATION
INDICATION

'retcode'
'retcode'
'nnn'
'retcode'

DMSCPY7211 COpy 'fn ft fm' [{TOIAPPENDIOVLY} 'fn ft fml

{OLDINEW} FILE]

DMSCMS110E CORRECT FORM IS: CMSXGEN LOCATION (SEGNAME)
DMSGEN110E CORRECT FORM IS: DOSGEN LOCATION SEGNAKE
DMSBTP107E
DMSIFC8281
DMSVGN3611
DMSZAP194i

CP/CMS COMMAND 'command, (device)' NOT ALLOWED
CPEREP ZERO OR CLEAR HAS BEEN COMPLETED
CREATING CMS TEXT FILES •••
CSECT NOT FOUND IN {MEMBER 'membername' I MODULE 'modulename'} -SET NO GO SWITCH

DMSLDS002E DATA SET NOT FOUND
DMSDBG7281 DEBUG ENTERED [EXTERNAL INTIBREAKPOINT nn AT xxxxxx]
DMSPRT008E DEVICE 'cuu' {INVALID eR NONEXISTENTIUNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
DMSPUN008E DEVICE 'cuu' {INVALID OR NONEXISTENTIUNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
DMSRDC008E DEVICE 'cuu' {INVALID eR NONEXISTENTIUNSUPPORTED DEVICE TYPE}
DMSBV~75E

DEVICE 'device name' ILLEGAL FOR {INPUTtOUTPUT}
DMSARX075E DEVICE 'device' INVALID FOR INPUT
DMSASM075E DEVICE 'device' INVALID FOR INPUT
DMSFCH113S
DMSPRV113S
DMSRRV113S
DMSSRV113S

DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK

(cuu)
(cuu)
(cuu)
(cuu)

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

ATTACHED
AiTACHED
ATTACHED
A!TACHED
Appendix D. Message Text-to-Kessage Identifier Cross-Reference

313

DMS
DMSARE069E
DMSBWR170S
DMSBWR107S
DMSFOR037E
DMSACc112S

DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK

• {modelcuu}, NOT ACCESSED
'mode (cuu)' HAS MAXIMUM NUMBER OF FILES
'mode (cuu) , IS PUll
'moder (cuu)]' IS READ/ONLY
'mode (cuu) , DEVICE ERFOR

DMSVGN361E DISK 'mode' IS NOT A {CMSIDOS} DISK.
DMSBOP037E
DMSCPY037E
DMSDSK037E
DMSDSL037E
DMSERS037E
DMSERV037E
DMSLBM037E
DMSMOD037E
DMSRNM037E

DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK

'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'

IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS

READ/ONLY
READ/CNIY
READ/ONLY
READ/ONlY
READ/ONLY
READ/ONLY
READ/ONlY
READ/ONLY
READ/ONlY

DrtSSRT037E DISK 'moc.e' !S RElD/ONlY
DMSTPE037E DISK 'mode' IS READ/CNLY
DMSASN069E
DMSBOP069E
DMSCPY069E
DMSDSL069E
DMSERS069E
DMSFLD0691
DMSFOR069E
DMSLDS069E
DMSLST069E
DMSRDC069E
DHSSTT069E
DMSTYP069E

DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK

'mode'
'.ode'
'.ode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'.ode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'
'mode'

DMSLST037E
DMSPRV037E
DMSRDC037E
DMSUPD037E
DMSUPD069E
DMSVGN069E

DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK

'A'
'A'
'A'
'A'
'A'
'A'

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED
ACCESSED

IS READ/ONLY
IS READ/ONLY
IS READ/ONLY
IS READ/ONLY
NOT ACCESSED
NOT ACCESSED

DKSMVE708I DISK FILE 'FILE ddname A1' ASSUMED FOR DDNAME iddname i
DMSFOR70S1 DISK REMAINS UNCHANGED
DMSBOP086W DLBL 'ddname' DUMMY INVALID FOR VSAM
DMSFCH777S DOS PARTITION TOO SMAIl TO ACCOMMODATE FETCH REQUEST
DHSGEN71S1 DOSGEN COMPLETE
DMSGEN111E DOSGEN FAILED DUE TO LOAD ERRORS
DMSGEN141S DOSGEN FAILED DUE TO SAVESYS ERRORS
DMSZAP2491 DUMMY LOG ENTRY IN FIlE 'fn ZAPLOG

f.'

DMSPRE237E DUPLICATE EXTERNAL SYMBOI(S) ENCOUNTERED
DMSLI0202W DUPLICATE IDENTIFIER 'identifier'
DMSDSK077E END CARD MISSING FROM INPUT DECK
DMSMVE2261 END OF PDS MOVE
DMSTLBOS8E
DMSTPDOS8E
DMSTPEOS8E
DMSBOPOS8E
DMSCLSOS8E
DMSVMFOS8E

END-OF-FILE
END-OF-FILE
END-OF-FILE
END-OF-FILE
END-OF-FILE
END-OF-FILE

DMSVGN364R
DMSTLB435R
DMSVGN381R
DMSVGN380R
DMSTLB433R

ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER

314

or
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR

ENt-OF-TAPE
END-OF-TAPE
END-OF-TAPE
END-OF-TAPE
END-OF-TAPE
END-OF-TAPE

[ TAPn]
ON ' TAPn'
ON ' TAPn'
ON

'CMSVSAM' OR 'CHSAMS' OR 'BOTH' FOR GENERATION OF NEW SYSTEM(S):
'IGNORE' OR 'CANCEL'
'SELECT' OR 'All' FOR TAPE PTF APPLICATION
'TAPE' OR 'CARDS' FOR PTF APPLICATION:
'WRITE (volid)' OR 'REJECT'

IBM VM/370 System Messaqes

OMS
DKSDLB220R ENTER DATA SET NAME
DMSFLD220R ENTER DATA SET NAME
DHSLDS220R ENTER DATA SET NAME
DMSFOR605R ENTER DISK LABEL:
DMSVGN361R
DMSVGN360R
DMSDLB331R
DMSVGN363R
DMSVGN362R
DMSVGN365R
DMSVGN366R
DMSVGN382R
DMSVGN369R
DMSSRT604R
DMSCPI601R
DMSAPIS361R
DMSCPI602R
DMSDLB330R

ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER

EITHER 'DOS' OR 'OS':
EITHER 'INSTALL' OB 'UPDATE':
EXTENT SPECIFICATIONS:
LOCATION WHEBE sysname WILL BE LOADED AND SAVED:
MODE OF DOS SYSTEM RELOCATABLE LIBRARY DISK:
MODULE NAME (8 CHARS OR LESS) OR 'END':
NAME OF SYSTEM TO BE SAVED:
NUMBER OF TAP! lILES TO BE PROCESSED:
RELEASE NUMBER OF DOS/VS STARTER SYSTEM:
SORT FIELDS:
SPECIFICATION lIST:
TAPE {INPU~IOUTPUTJ DDNAMES:
TRANSLATION LIST:
VOLUME SPECIFICATIONS:

DMSGND021E
DMSLlOO21E
DMSPIOD021E
DMSNCP021E

ENTRY
ENTRY
ENTRY
ENTRY

POINT
POINT
POINT
POINT

'
'
'
'

name'
name'
name'
name'

NOT
NOT
NeT
NeT

FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND

DPISERS071E ERASE * * [fml*] NOT ALLOWED
DMSVGN368R ERASE sysname DOSLIB? •• ENTER 'YES' OR 'NO':
DMSIFC826E EREP TITLIBS NOT FOUND
DMSZAP192W ERROR - ODD NUMBER OF DIGITS - SET NO GO SWITCH
DMSFOR126S ERBOR (READIWBIT}ING LABEL ON DISK 'mode (cuu) ,
DMSPRE23sE ERROR In' IN INPUT TEXT FILE 'fn ft [fm]'
DMSPUN123S ERROR Inn' PUNCHING 'fn ft fm'
DMSCPIP104S
DMSDLK104S
DPISDSK104S
DPISEDll04S
DPISFCH104S
DMSIFC104S
DPISLBM1 04S
DMSLBT104S
DMSPRT104S
DMSPUN104S
DMSSLN104S
DPISSRT104S
DMSS INl 04S
DPISTPE104S
DPISTYP104S
DPISUPD104S
DMSVPIF104S
DMSICP104S
DPISZAP104S
DPIS!. I 01 04S
DMSPIOD104S
DMSDSL104S
DPISOVR104S

ERBOR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

'nn'
Inn'
'nn'
'nn'
Inn'
Inn'
'nnl
' nnl
t nn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
• nn'
Inn'
'nnl
'nnl
Inn'

READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING 'FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE
READING FILE

DMSLLU105S
DMSDLK105S
DMSDSK105S
DMSDSL105S
DKSEDtl05S
DMSLBPI1 05S
DPISLBT105S
DMSLI01 OsS
DMSLST10sS
DMSMOD10sS
DPISPRV105S

ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERBOR

'nne
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
In-il
I nnt
Innl
' nn'
Inn'
Innl
'nn'

WRITING FILE I$LISTIO EXEC
WRITING FILE 'fn ft fll' ON
WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' TO
W~ITI_NG FILE 'fn ft fll' OB
WRITING FILE Ifn ft fml TO
WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON
WRITING FILE I fn ft fll' ON
WRITING FILE 'fn ft fll' ON
WRITING FILE 'fn ft f.' ON
WRITING FILE 'fn ft fm' ON
WRITING FIlE 'fn ft fm' TO

ERROR

ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

'fn ft fm' FROPI DISK
'fn ft fm' FROPI DISK
' fn ft fm' FROM DISK
'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
' fn ft fll' FROM DISK
' fn ft fm' FROM DISK
' fn ft fm' FROM DISK
'fn ft fm' FROPI DISK
'fn ft fm' FROPI DISK
'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
'fn ft fm' FROPI DISK
' fn ft fm' FROM DISK
'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
'fn ft fm' FROPI DISK
'fn ft fm' FROM DISK
' fn ft fml FROM DISK
' fn ft fm' FROM DISK
' fn ft fm' ON DISK
' fn ft fm' ON DISK
'fn DOSLIB fml FROM DISK
'DMSOVR PIODULE' ON DISK
A11 ON DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK

DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK
DISK

Appendix D. Message Text-to-Message Identifier Cross-Reference

315

DMS
DMSRDC105S
DMSRRV105S
DMSSRT105S
DMSSRV105S
DMSTPD105S
DMSTPE105S
DMSUPD105s
DMSVMF105S
DKSXCP105S
DKSVPD105S
DKSDSV105S

ERROR
ERBOR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

Inn'
' nnw
Inn'
' nnw
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'
Inn'

WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

' fn ft fm'
'fn ft fm'
'fn ft f.'
'fn ft fa'
'fn ft fa'
'fn ft fa'
'fn ft fa'
'fn ft f.'
'fn ft fm'
'fn CMSUT1
'DSERV KAP

ON DISK
ON DISK
ON DISK
ON DISK
ON DISK
ON DISK
ON DISK
TO DISK
ON DISK
A1' ON DISK
A5' ON DISK

DKSDIK245S ERROR ' nnn' ON PRINTER
DMSDSV245S ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER
DKSZAP245s ERROR 'nnn' ON PRINTER
DHSTMA138S ERBOR
u i ..
EnnOR
DMSTKA131S ERROR
DMSHLP104S ERBOR
DMSTKA lOSS ERROR
,",U"T"'It')T.'~""T.'W

.Jl:J." ..... ~.J""'t~

nn ERASING fn ft BEFORE LOADING TAPE
J:!l lC!D!.!ST F!!! 'fn ft fm' [ NO INPl.!T)
nn ON STATE FOR fn ft
nn READING FILE 'fn ft fm' FRail DISK
nn WRITING FILE fn ft ON DISK

DMSITS122S ERROR IN CALL TO routine FROM addr, ERROR CODE nnn (HEX xxxxxxxx)
DMSEXT072E ERROR IN EXEC FILE fn LINE nn - message
DMSACC240S ERROR LOADING READ CS ROUTINE 'DIISROS TEXT'
DHSARN008W ERROR KESSAGES ISSUED
DMSLKD008W ERROR MESSAGES ISSUED
DMSPRT123S ERROR PRINTING FILE ' fn ft fa'
DKSDSK118S ERROR PUNCHING FILE
DHSPUN118S ERROR PUNCHING FILE 'fn ft fa'
DMSVMF110S
DKSTLB110S
DHSTPE110S
DKSTKA 11 OS
DHSTPD110S
DMSDSK124S
DMSRDC124S
DHSVPD110S

ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

READING
READING
READING
READING
READING
READING
READING
READING

' TAPn [ (cuu) ]'
'TAPn [(cuu) ]'
'TAPn (cuu) ,
'TAPn'
'TAPn'
CARD FIl.E
CARD FILE
TAP1 (181).

DKSARX074E ERROR SETTING/RESETTING AUXILIARY DIRECTORY
Df!SASK07QE ERROR SETTING/RESETTING AUXILIARY DIRECTORY
DKSTLB111S
DMSTPE111S
DMSEDIl17S
DKSVKFl17S

ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

WRITING
WRITING
WRITING
WRITING

' TAPn (cuu) ,
'TAPn (cuu) ,
TO DISPLAY TERMINAL
TO DISPLAY TERKINAL

DMSLI01695 ESDID TABLE OVERFLOW
DKSLI07401 EXECUTION BEGINS
DHSVGN3641 FETCHING sysname •••

...

DMSE R5002E FILE [ 'fn [ft [fm))'] NOT FOUND
DKSDSL002E FILE 'fm doslib' NOT FCUND
DMSCMP002E FILE 'fn [ft [fm]]' NeT FOUND
DMSTPD7031
DKSGRN002E
DMSIFCOO2E
DHSPRE002E

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn

ft
ft
ft
ft

[ fm ]' COPIED
[fm ]' NOT FOUND
[fll ]' NOT FOUND
f.' NCT FCUlID

DKSCPY030E
DM5RNK030E
DKSCPY024E
DKSRNM024E

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn

ft
ft
ft
ft

fm'
f.'
f.'
fm'

ALREADY
ALREADY
ALREADY
ALREADY

ACTIVE
ACTIVE
EXISTS-- SPECIFY 'REPLACE'
EXISTS

DMSLBH056E FILE 'fn ft fm' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
DMSLBT056E FILE 'fn ft fra' CONTAINS INVALID [NAMEI ALIAS I ENTRYI ESD] RECORD FORMATS
DMSLB'I056W FILE ffn ft fll' CONTAIllS INVALID [NAMEI ALIAS I ENTRY I ESD] RECORD FORMATS
316

IBM VM/370 System Messages

DMS
DMSLIOOS6E
DHSNCPOS6E
DMSSYNOS6E
DPlSZAP056E

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

Ifn
Ifn
Ifn
Ifn

ft
ft
ft
ft

fro'
fml
f.1
fa l

CONTAINS
CONTAINS
CONTAINS
CONTAINS

DHSPRT033E
DMSPUN033E
DMSSVT033E
DMSTYP033E
DMSSRT034E
DMSARN007E
DnSDLKOO7E
DHSIFC007E
DHSLKD007E
DMSUPD007E
DMSSYNOO7E

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

Ifn
Ifn
'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn
sfn
'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn

ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft

fm'
fml
fm'
fBI'
fBI'
fm'
fmi
fm'
fBI'
fm'
fm'

IS
IS
IS
IS
IS
IS

DMSDSKOO2E
DMSGNDOO2i
DHSLBMOO2i
DHSHVEOO2E
DMSPRTOO2E
DHSPUN002E
DMSRNMOO2E
DHSRUNOO2E
DHSSRT002E
DHSSTT002E
DMSSYNOO2E
DMSTPE002E
DHSTYP002E
DHSUPDOO2E

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

Ifn
'fn
'fn
'fn
Ifn
Ifn
'fn
'fn
'fn
Ifn
'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn

ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft

fm·
fm'
fBI'
fm'
fm'
fm'
f.'
fBI'
fm'
fm'
fm'
fm'
fm'
fm'

NOT
NOT
NOT
NCT
NOT
NCT
NCT
NOT
NOT
NCT
NCT
NCT
NCT
NCT

lS
IS
IS
IS
IS

NCT
NOT
NOT
NCT
NOT
NCT
NOT
NOT
NCT
NCT
NOT

INVALID RECORD FOR!HTS
INVALID RECORD FORMATS
INVALID RECORD FORMATS
INVALID RECORD FORMATS

A LIBRARY
A LIBRARY
A LIBRARY
A LIBRARY
FIlED LENGTH
FIlED, ao CHAR.
FIlED, 80 CHAR.
FIlED, ao CHAR.
FIlED, ao CHAR.
FIlED, ao CHAR.
FIlED, ao CHAR.

RECORDS
RECORDS
RECORDS
RECORDS
RECORDS
RECORDS

FCUND
FCUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FCUND
FCUND
FOUND
FCUND
FOUND
FOUND
FCUND

DMSEDI132S FILE 'fn ft fm' TOO lARGE
DMSTPE096E FILE 'fn ft' DATA BLOCK COUNT INCORRECT
DHSLIOOS6E FILE 'fn ft' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
DHSZAPOS6E FILE 'fn ft' CONTAINS INVALID RECORD FORMATS
Dl!SGRN007E FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT FIlED, ao CHAR. RECORDS
DMSZAP007E FILE 'fn ft' IS NOT FIlED, ao CHAR. RECORDS
DMSZAP20aE FILE Ifn ft l IS NOT VARIABLE RECORD FORftAT
DMSZAP210E FILE 'fn ft' IS ON A READ/ONLY DISK
DMSARNOO2E
DMSGLB002i
Dl!ISLBMOO2E
DMSLBT002E
DMSLBT002i
Dl!ISLIOOO2E
DHSMDP002E
DftSMOD002E
DMSSLN002E
DMSZAP002E
DHSZAP002i

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

'fn
Ifn
'fn
Ifn
'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn
'fn

ft l
ft'
ft'
ftl
ft'
ft'
ft'
ft'
ft'
ft'
ft'

NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT

FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND
FOUND

DMSARI007E FILE 'fn ASft370S' IS NOT FIlED, aO-CHAR. RECORDS
DMSARI002E FILE 'fn ASM370S' NO! FOUND
DMSASM007E
D!SlSMOO2E
Dl!SLKD002E
DMSNCP002E

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

'fn ASSEMBLE' IS NOT FIlED, aO-CHAR. RECORDS
'fn ASSEMBLE' Ne'! FCUND
'fn ASSEMBLE' NCT FCUND
'fn ASSEMBLE' NOT FOUND

Dl!SERV002E FILE 'fn ESERV' NCT FOJ)'ND
DMSLGTOO21 FILE 'fn' TITLIB NOT FOUND
DMSLIOO021 FILE Ifni TITLIE NOT FOUND
DMSAMSOO7E FILE 'fnamel AMSERV fBI' NOT FIlED aO-CHAR. RECORDS
DHSA MS002E FILE ' fnallle1 AMSERV' NCT FOUND
DMSAMS7221 FILE I fname2 LISTING f!lll WILL HOLD !MSERV OUTPUT
Appendix D. Message Text-to-Hessage Identifier Cross-Reference

317

DMS
DMSACC002E
DMSEDI024E
DMSUPD024E
DMSFOR2S3E
DMSLST002E
DMSFNS908T

FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE
FILE

'DMSROS TEXT' NOT FOUND
'EDIT CMSUT1 fm' ALREADY EXISTS
'UPDATE CMSUT1 fm' ALREADY EXISTS
fn ft fm CANNOT BE HANDLED WITH SUPPLIED PARAMETER LIST
NOT FOUND
SYSTEM ERROR DETECTED. VIRTUAL ADDR 'cuu'. REASON CODE 'nn·.

DMSACC060E FILE(S) 'fn [ft [fm])' NOT FOUND. DISK

'mode(cu~'

WILL NOT BE ACCESSED

DHSFLD224E FILEID ALREADY IN USE
DHSARX038E FILEID CONFLICT FOR DtNAME 'AS8370S'
DMSASM038E FILEID CONFLICT FOR DtNAME • ASSEMBLE'
DHSCHP209W FILES DO NOT COMPARE
DMSFOR603R FORHAT WILL ERASE ALI FILES ON DISK 'mode(cuu)·. DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE? (YESI NO):
D~SFOR733!

DTSK 'mode'

FOPM~TTTN~

DMSFRE167T FREE STORAGE MANAGEMENT ERROR, INTERNAL CODE ERROR nn
DMSDOS094E FROM ADDRESS ON HVCO~ MACRO INVALID
DMSNCP099W GENERATION PARAMETERS INCOMPATIBLE WITH VM/370
DMSHLP251E HELP PROCESSING EEROR, CODE nnn 'description'
DHSHLP907T
DMSLBM907T
DMSLI0907T
DMSMVE128S
DMSMVE129S

I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O

ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

ON
ON
ON
ON
ON

FILE 'fn ft fa'
FILE 'fn ft fm'
FILE 'fn ft fm'
INPUT AFTER READING nnn RECORDS: INPUT ERROR code ON ddname
OUTPUT WRITING RECORD NUMBER nnnn: OUTPUT ERROR code ON ddname

DMSHLP2S0S I/O ERROR OR DEVICE ERROR
DMSLDS222E I/O ERROR READING 'data set name' FROM ('fm'IOSIDOS) DISK
DMSREA830E I/O ERROR READING A RECORD FROM THE ERROR RECORDING CYLINDERS
DMSLDS231E I/O ERROR READING VTCC FROM {·f.' 10SIDOS} DISK
DMSCMP019E IDENTICAL FILEIDS
DMSRNM019E IDENTICAL FILEIDS
DMSSRTOi9E IDENTICAL FILEIDS
DMSCPY903T IMPOSSIBLE PHASE CODE 'xx'
DMSDLB30SE INCOMPLETE EXTENT RANGE
DMSCMPOS4E
DMSCPYOS4E
DMSDSK054E
DMSEDI054E
DMSERSOS4E
DMSGRNOS4E
DMSPRTOS4E
DMSPUNOS4E
DMSRDCOS4E
DMSRNM054E
DMSSRTOS4E
DMSSTT054E
DMSTYPOS4E

INCO~PLETE

INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE
INCOMPLETE

FILElf
FILElt
FILElf
FILEID
FILEIt
FILEIt
FILEIt
FILEIt
FILEIt
FILEID
FILEID
FILEID
FILEID

SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED
SPECIFIED

DMSMVE041E INPUT AND OUTPUT FILES ARE THE SAME
DMSSRV411S
DMSFCH411S
DMSRRV411S
DMSPRV411S

INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT

ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR

CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE

'nn'
'nn'
'nn'
'nn'

ON
CN
CN
ON

{SYSRESISYSSLB}
• {SYSRESISYSCLB}'
• {SYSRESISYSRLB}'
'SYSRES'

DHSCPY068