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DUMP parameter

The optional DUMP parameter indicates whether system dumps (SDUMPs) are taken when a severe error is detected by a CAS.

This parameter uses the following syntax:

DUMP={Y | N | ALL | YH | ALLH}

DUMP=Y (the default) allows dumps for errors that occur in privileged code.

DUMP=N suppresses all dumps within the CAS.

DUMP=ALL allows dumps for all errors, whether the error occurs in privileged code or problem-state code. You should use ALL only as instructed by BMC Customer Support.

DUMP=YH allows dumps for errors that occur in privileged code, but limits the dump to the home address space (along with summary information from any primary or secondary address space).

DUMP=ALLH allows dumps for all errors, but limits the dump to the home address space (along with summary information from any primary or secondary address space).

Note

YH and ALLH are performance-saving options that can restrict BMC Customer Support’s ability to diagnose problems. These options should be used only if the address space cannot tolerate any delay, and only after consulting with Customer Support.

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