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IBM System z Personal Development Tool Messages and Codes

Book Description

This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides all the messages that are associated with IBM System z® Personal Development Tool (IBM zPDT®) operation in a single reference source. This edition is intended for zPDT Version 1 Release 6 (commonly known as GA6), but should be useful for all zPDT releases.

Table of Contents

  1. Front cover
  2. Notices
    1. Trademarks
  3. IBM Redbooks promotions
  4. Preface
    1. Authors
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  5. Chapter 1. Introduction
    1. 1.1 Linux ERRNO list
    2. 1.2 zPDT component codes
  6. Chapter 2. Standard IBM System z Personal Development Tool messages
    1. 2.1 ATN: The attn command
    2. 2.2 CHK: The awsckmap command (and DEVMAP usage)
    3. 2.3 CKE: The alcckd command
    4. 2.4 CKP: The ckdPrint command
    5. 2.5 CTT: The card2tape command
    6. 2.6 CTX: The card2txt command
    7. 2.7 DCK: CKD file emulation
    8. 2.8 DCT: The awsctc device manager
    9. 2.9 DDP: The aws3274 device manager
    10. 2.10 DFB: The awsfba device manager
    11. 2.11 DHC: The aws3215 device manager
    12. 2.12 DOM: The awsoma device manager
    13. 2.13 DPR: The awsprt device manager
    14. 2.14 DRD: The aws2540 device manager
    15. 2.15 DSA: The awsosa device manager
    16. 2.16 DSI: The awsscsi device manager
    17. 2.17 DTP: The awstape device manager
    18. 2.18 ECH: The emulated channel manager
    19. 2.19 EMI: z Systems processor messages
    20. 2.20 EMO: Manual operations for adjunct processors
    21. 2.21 FBA: The alcfba command
    22. 2.22 FBP: The fbaPrint command
    23. 2.23 FOX: Internal zPDT integrity checking
    24. 2.24 HTC: The hckd2ckd command
    25. 2.25 HTF: The hfba2fba command
    26. 2.26 HTT: The htape2tape command
    27. 2.27 INF: The msgInfo command
    28. 2.28 INP: More 3215 messages
    29. 2.29 ITT: The scsi2tape utility
    30. 2.30 LOG: The awslog command
    31. 2.31 MAJ: Adjunct processor messages
    32. 2.32 MAL: The st command
    33. 2.33 MAN: Messages common to zPDT CPU commands
    34. 2.34 MAP: Commands for adjunct processors
    35. 2.35 MAS: The adstop command
    36. 2.36 MCP: The cpu command
    37. 2.37 MDP: The d (display) command
    38. 2.38 MID: pl_dvd command
    39. 2.39 MIN: The interrupt command
    40. 2.40 MIP: The ipl command
    41. 2.41 MLD: The memld command
    42. 2.42 MLP: The loadparm command
    43. 2.43 MMD: The mount_dvd command
    44. 2.44 MML: The managelogs command
    45. 2.45 MNT: The mount command
    46. 2.46 MQE: The CPU query command
    47. 2.47 MRE: The restart command
    48. 2.48 MRS: The rassummary command
    49. 2.49 MSD: The snapdump command
    50. 2.50 MSP: The stop command
    51. 2.51 MSR: The sys_reset command
    52. 2.52 MSS: The storestop command
    53. 2.53 MST: The start command
    54. 2.54 MSU: The storestatus command
    55. 2.55 MTK: The token command
    56. 2.56 MTR: The tracem command
    57. 2.57 PDS: The pdsUtil command
    58. 2.58 PRE: The DEVMAP preprocessor function
    59. 2.59 RAS: Messages from various RAS functions
    60. 2.60 RDY: The ready command
    61. 2.61 STA: The awsstart command
    62. 2.62 STP: The awsstop command
    63. 2.63 STT: The awsstat command
    64. 2.64 TCK: The tapeCheck command
    65. 2.65 TOD: The settod command
    66. 2.66 TRP: The tapePrint command
    67. 2.67 TTC: The txt2card command
    68. 2.68 TTF: The tape2file command
    69. 2.69 TTS: The tape2scsi command
    70. 2.70 TTT: The tape2tape command
    71. 2.71 TUL: The aws_tapeInit and aws_tapeInsp commands
    72. 2.72 VTC: The listVtoc command
  7. Chapter 3. Other messages
    1. SecureUpdateUtility
    2. Sentinel Key
    3. Miscellaneous messages
  8. Related publications
    1. IBM Redbooks
    2. Help from IBM
  9. Back cover