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11382 byte record too large for user's buffer

 
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Robert Gezelter
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Re: 11382 byte record too large for user's buffer

Andrew,

DUMP/HEX/HEADER/BLOCK=(START:0,END:45) is far preferable to DIRECTORY/FULL. One needs to know BOTH what RMS thinks the attributes are as well as the actual file contents to see whether the RMS attributes are set correctly or incorrectly.

- Bob Gezelter, http://www.rlgsc.com
A.W.R
Frequent Advisor

Re: 11382 byte record too large for user's buffer

Hi,

Thank you for all your input. We found that if we set the file attributes:-

set file/attr=(rfm:fix,mrs:512,lrl=512,org=seq,rat=none) 'p1

On the file in argument 'p1. It changes the record format, and we can open the file. We can then scan the file and parse out the data we need.

Kind regards
Andrew
Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: 11382 byte record too large for user's buffer

I'm glad the problem is solved, but I'm a little disappointed with the replies so far.

Nobody explained the 'type' problem, which is simply due to SYSGEN param MAXBUF being too small.

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/System-Management/Quota-Problems/m-p/4087165#M18980


Cheers,
Hein