the disk, a read-link is to be done.
has the device in read/write status.
can result in permanent loss of data.
If the mode is omitted, the default is R if the userid is
another user. If you are linking to one of your own disks,
the default is the "user access mode" as specified in the
the user (userid) specified. The password should be specified
suppressed when included with the LINK command. The access
mode password cannot be the same as any of the access modes
Also, if the link is to a device whose password is ALL, meaning
that the device can be used by all users, the password is not
for the desired device must be provided. If a LINK command is
2. When linking to a
belonqing to userid is summarized below.
indicates the primary (and, optionally, the alternate) access mode
requested. The second row indicates whether read, write, or
multiple passwords exist in the
linked. The third row indicates whether the disk is already being
used, and if so, the mode of its access. The last row indicates
the type of link established. For example, the third column is
disk that has a read password defined and that already is accessed