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SET DSKFUL Command
The SET DSKFUL command controls the treatment of your job when it
is attempting output and there is either not enough space
available on the file structure being referenced or your quota
for that structure is exceeded.
SET DSKFUL ERROR
Stops output and an error condition is passed to the
program. Most programs respond to the error condition by
issuing an error message and returning your job to monitor
level without any opportunity for you to continue.
SET DSKFUL PAUSE
Stops output and suspends execution of the program. An
error message is printed on your terminal and control of the
job is returned to the monitor. Generally, you should use
the SEND command at this point to request assistance from
Execution of the program can be resumed with the CONTINUE
command as long as you do not issue a command that destroys
the core image of the interrupted program. However, the
program will again be stopped if the problem of insufficient
disk space or insufficient quota has not been corrected in
The default setting is ERROR unless you specify otherwise as a
switch to LOGIN.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
.SET DSKFUL PAUSE<RET>