October 1, 1979 PROBLEMS AND MESSAGES
SYSTEM ERRORS
16.2 System Errors __________________
If the message "SYSTEM ERROR ..." is typed, FRESS has detected
an internal error. A REVERT is usually performed automatically in
this case, but the user should do a REVERT as a matter of course
in the event of a system error. If a message of one of the
following forms is encountered, the user should note all <number>s
or <name>s, and then send a ."frscomm":
DMS<number> <message>
DMS<number> <message> AT <number> IN ROUTINE FRESS
SYSTEM ERROR <number> - PLEASE CONTACT FRESS STAFF
SYSTEM ERROR <number> - SAVE TERMINAL SESSION
Three types of problems that occur more frequently than others,
cause the following messages:
DMSBWR109S VIRTUAL STORAGE EXCEEDED
DMSITP141T OPERATION EXCEPTION AT <n> IN ROUTINE FRESS
These are actually CMS messages. The user must take care
to maintain enough free space on disk for operations which
will extend the size of a file or create a new file. The
message is followed by a return to CMS, but all work before
the next-to-last input or edit has been saved. If the
operation which caused this message was creating a new file
(e.g., CFILE, MFILE, PFILE), a partial work file may be left
on the user's segment. This file may either have the name
specified in the command or have the name "SYSUT6" or
"SYSUT7." These files should be erased using the "CMS ERASE
<file> FRESS" command.
Note ____: These two messages will sometimes occur if several
read/write disks are logged in. Try accessing only the disk
that the file resides on.
DMSABN148T SYSTEM ABEND 80A CALLED FROM 101F0C
The user's virtual machine must be at least 512k to invoke
the FRESS system. Issue the CMS "DEFINE STORAGE 512k"
command, and then after being put in CP, type "IPL CMS" (see
Section 2).
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October 1, 1979 PROBLEMS AND MESSAGES
MESSAGES
16.3 Messages _____________
A list of command abbreviations precedes those messages
associated with just a few commands. Messages resulting from
command macro functions either begin "FMAC:...", or are noted with
the "(cmac)" abbreviation. Unless otherwise stated, when one of
the last command typed has been the following messages is received _______________________________
ignored _______.
(no response)
(SL) The user is now in a wait state able to receive messages.
Hit the break key to return to FRESS. If this does nothing,
the system has crashed.
A-DISK IS READ/ONLY OR NOT LOGGED IN
(MF) New files are always created on the A-disk, which must be
read/write.
ACCEPT (A) OR REJECT (R) REMAINING FUNS.
One section of the command line separated with the FRESS
Command Separator (">") could not have its <scope> or <lp>
resolved within the current Editing Buffer (see Section 5.4).
editing No _______ commands specified were executed.
ALTER OPTIONS=
(US) A USUBSTITUTE in Inquire Mode has been performed. The
user must now specify one of the options: ("A") accept the
substitution, ("R") reject it, but continue with the command,
or ("X") reject it, and stop the command.
&, , AND ¬ NOT ALLOWED IN KEYWORDS
The <key> or <dkey> parameter of an editing command either
contained an invalid Keyword or Keyword String, or the edit
would have changed a Keyword or Keyword String making it
invalid.
ANNOTATION BLOCK TO REFERENCE NOT FOUND
(RTA) A <key> but no <lp> was specified in the command. No
Annotation Block with the specified <key> was found.
AREA ORDERS NOT ALLOWED IN BLOCKS
(SPL, MB, MD) A SPLITAREA was attempted inside a Block, or a
MBLOCK or MDBLOCK was attempted with an Area line included in
its <scope>.
BAD DISP TO OPTION
(Q) Contact the FRESS staff.
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