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Slip trap settings and OMVS component trace > OMVS component trace - Pg. 505

SLIP SET,IF,A=SYNCSVCD,RANGE=(10?+8C?+F0?+1F4?), DATA=(13R??+B0,EQ,12CA00B6),DSPNAME=('OMVS'.*), SDATA=ALLNUC,PSA,CSA,LPA,TRT,SQA,RGN,SUM), J=WELLIE3*,END Figure 14-6 Parmlib member IEASLPxx In this example, 12CA00B6 is the 8-digit (4-byte) reason code that is to be trapped. The expression J=WELLIE3* is the optional jobname expected to see the error. The asterisk (*) is a wildcard character that is useful for forked address spaces, if you do not know the ending number that the failing job will have. Using this technique of putting the slip command into a IEASLPxx parmlib member makes it possible to activate the slip simply by using the following command: SET SLIP=xx For more information on setting slips to obtain new diagnostic data, see z/OS UNIX System Services Messages and Codes, SA22-7807. 14.2.2 Slip for SVDUMP on FSUM shell and utilities message We use the following message as an example to show how to do that: ls: FSUM6785 File or directory "xxxx" is not found Figure 14-7 shows the appropriate slip command for message FSUM6785. SLIP SET,IF,N=(BOBJCST,9DO),DATA=(H.1R?+4??+9,EQ,F6F7F8F5), AL=(0,E),DN=('OMVS'.*),