Reading the Type 102 Message
A 102 message is generated when a software or hardware error occurs during
system execution of an application. Use the following steps and information
to determine the content of the Type 102 message. Crash and dump status
codes are listed on the following page.
102 = Message type RRR = Crash code SSS = Dump status code
The following crash codes are part of a Type 102 message.
000 Unexpected system interrupt.
200 Machine check because of a memory bus error.
201 Machine check because of a memory timeout.
202 Machine check because of a memory card failure.
203 Machine check because of a out of range address.
204 Machine check because of an attempt to write to ROS.
205 Machine check because of an uncorrectable address parity.
206 Machine check because of an uncorrectable ECC error.
207 Machine check because of an unidentified error.
208 Machine check due to an L2 uncorrectable ECC.
300 Data storage interrupt from the processor.
32x Data storage interrupt because of an I/O exception from IOCC.
38x Data storage interrupt because of an I/O exception from SLA.
400 Instruction storage interrupt.
500 External interrupt because of a scrub memory bus error.
501 External interrupt because of an unidentified error.
51x External interrupt because of a DMA memory bus error.
52x External interrupt because of an IOCC channel check.
53x External interrupt from an IOCC bus timeout; x represents the IOCC number.
54x External interrupt because of an IOCC keyboard check.
558 There is not enough memory to continue the IPL.
600 Portability Assist Layer (PAL) has detected a problem.
700 Program interrupt.
800 Floating point is not available.