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I'm looking for doc. on LMU Return Codes (RC) and LMU error messages typical LMUxxx - where xxxx is an error code - can anyone help me?

I'm especially interested in the LMUFIND command - but any doc. of LMU is welcome!

I need these RC's for programming in REXX/2.

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Erik Kronborg   [Member of RexxLA and Team OS/2, Denmark]
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LAN NetView Management Utilities for OS/2 Messages Version 1.1 Document Number SC30-3603-01
The Syntax diagram for LMUFIND is in the LAN NetView Management Utilities for OS/2 User's Guide
LAN NetView Management Utilities for OS/2 User's Guide Version 1.1 Document Number SC30-3555-04
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Well I don't have the doc's for LMU and I just like to know the RC's of LMUFIND!
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OK these are the only messages relating to LMUFIND (see below)
 
This one looks best :(

LMUFIND was issued correctly but the DOSQueryProcStatus system   call received an error; the return code was returncode.

I guess the return code is actually a DOSQueryProcStatus RC

{R}


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   LMU5820E LMUFIND must be run on OS/2 2.0 or higher

   Meaning:  LMUFIND was attempted on a non-supported operating system, such as OS/2 1.3.  LMUFIND runs only on OS/2 2.0 or higher.

   User Response:  Terminate the intended process by some other means.

   *****************************
   LMU5821E No name specified

   Meaning:  A name was not located on the LMUFIND command line.

   User Response:  Refer to the syntax diagram for LMUFIND in the LAN NetView Management Utilities for OS/2 User's Guide and reissue the command with a valid process name.

   *****************************
   LMU5822I LMUFIND issued for modulename

   Meaning:  LMUFIND has been issued; the processes being sought are identified by modulename.

   User Response:  None.

   *****************************
   LMU5823E Could not allocate a data buffer

   Meaning:  LMUFIND has been issued, but a data buffer could not be allocated to receive operating system information about processes.
   LMUFIND is terminated.

   User Response:  Try the command again at a later time.  If the problem persists, document the results and contact IBM Software Support.

   *****************************
   LMU5824E Could not obtain ProcStat data - rc returncode

   Meaning:  LMUFIND was issued correctly but the DOSQueryProcStatus system call received an error; the return code was returncode.  LMUFIND is terminated.

   User Response:  Try the command again at a later time.  If the problem persists, document the results and contact IBM Software Support.

   *****************************
   LMU5825I Process instance dec-procid (hex-procid) found

   Meaning:  LMUFIND located an instance of the process being sought.  The process module name being sought is identified in message LMU5822I.

   dec-procid   The process ID assigned to the process in the operating system, in decimal

   hex-procid   The process ID assigned to the process in the operating system, in hexadecimal


   was located, and the process ID it is assigned in the operating system.

   User Response:  None.

   *****************************
   LMU5826I No process instances were found

   Meaning:  LMUFIND did not locate any matches to the module-name specified in the command.  The process module name being sought is identified in message LMU5822I.

   User Response:  None required.  You may want to try LMUFIND again with another module-name specified.

   ******************************
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