The IBM order numbers for the three volumes are SG24-7721, SG24-7722, and SG24-7723.The systems discussed in these volumes are complex, with elements of Linux (for the underlying PC machine), z/Architecture® (for the core zPDT elements), System z I/O functions (for emulated I/O devices), and z/OS (providing the System z application interface), and possibly with other System z operating systems. References: BLDL error Cause From: jagadishan perumal Prev by Date: Re: LINKLIST and ALIAS Next by Date: Re: LINKLIST and ALIAS Previous by thread: Re: BLDL error Cause Next by thread: Re: BLDL error Cause Index(es): Date Thread Flag as inappropriate (AWS) Security UNIX Linux Coding Usenet ArchiveAboutPrivacyImprint newsgroups.derkeiler.com >Archive >Comp >bit.listserv.ibm-main >2011-10 Cookies help us deliver our services. The correct coding for SYSUT2 is //SYSUT2 DD DISP=SHR,DSN=mypds(member) Second, the blksize is not optimal. I tried browsing several members but I get the same error message. check over here
With today's technology you do not need to worry so much about disk rotation speed. After that, the original members will be accessible again. Thereby writing over the directory blocks at the beginning of the dataset. blocks . : 0 * 1st extent blocks . : 78 Number of members . : 0 * Secondary blocks . : 100 Data set name type : PDS Creation date . . . : 2011/10/18 Referenced date . . : 2011/10/24 Expiration date . . : ***None*** * Information is unavailable. Discover More
But any members which were created using the program's previously incorrect DCB will now hit I/O errors (so copy them to another PDS beforehand if they need to be kept). I recovered the PDS from a DFHSM backup but when I try to browse any members I still get the I/O error. If the incorrect output DCB was specified in a program, it needs to be fixed there: this program should then be rerun to open the PDS with its correct attributes; then close the PDS. This topic has been discussed earlier.
MVSFORUMS.comA Community of and for MVS Professionals FAQ Search Quick Manuals Register Profile Log in to check your private messages Log in BLDL ERROR MVSFORUMS.com Forum Index -> TSO and ISPF View previous topic :: View next topic Author Message sejjobsBeginnerJoined: 30 Jul 2004Posts: 15Topics: 12 Posted: Wed Aug 11, 2004 9:20 am Post subject: BLDL ERROR I had a pds with 12 members inside, i dont remember exactly what i did by mistake, all of sudden, when i am trying to edit the pds it is not opening and saying no members in data set and it is showing information about the pds with zero directory blocks and when i am trying to compress with 3.1 option it is giving "bldl" error or saying "i/o" error any help will be greatly appriciated thanks sej Edit by the moderator: Please post your queries in lower-case. The second volume describes the installation of zPDT (including the underlying Linux, and a particular z/OS® distribution) and basic usage patterns. In case you’ve any concern, please write to [email protected] If there were members and now it shows 0 Dir Blocks, then someone used an IEBGENER (or similar program) to add a member and did not specify the member name.
The third volume discusses more advanced topics that may not interest all zPDT users. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/bit.listserv.ibm-main/x-wvLLJSyP0 zPDT is a PC Linux application. Powered by phpBB Forum Software © phpBB Limited Time: 0.382s | Queries: 33 | Peak Memory Usage: 19.35 MiB Login • Register Username: Password: I forgot my password Remember me Hide my online status this session The primary reason for this merger is to provide simpler zPDT documentation usage when viewing or searching the documentation onscreen.
The systems that are discussed in this document are complex, with elements of Linux (for the underlying PC machine), IBM z/Architecture® (for the core zPDT elements), System z I/O functions (for emulated I/O devices), z/OS (the most common System z operating system), and various applications and subsystems under z/OS. When zPDT is installed (on Linux), normal System z Operating Systems (such as IBM z/OS®) may be run on it. Look at the attributes. zPDT provides the basic System z architecture and provides emulated IBM 3390 disk drives, 3270 interfaces, OSA interfaces, and so forth.This current document merges four separate previous Redbooks publications into this single book.
For some reason the storage group is NOT backed up so I cannot restore it from an old backup. Looking at the above dataset attribute, I can see a "*" symbol beside Maximum dir. esmie moo wrote: Good Morning Gentle Readers, When I try to browse a member of my pds I get a I/O error.
When he tries to allocate a member within the dataset : TPUN011.NEWMAPST(map), he gets a message as "BLDL error" I tried searching some error related to PDF as starting with ISRxxxx but I was not able to fetch any error codes relating to "BLDL" Error in the syslog. Posting in capitals is rude as it means shouting. However, some benefits - PDS/E does not need to be compressed. I typically allocation with 0 Blksize and let SDB (System Determined Blocksize) handle what it should be.
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