KB#00189-How to determine what the TCB(10) values mean under the Unix operating system
How to determine what the TCB(10) values mean under the Unix operating system
A negative TCB(10) value indicates that the operating system issued an error and wouldn't allow BBx to complete the desired operation. In order to interpret the TCB(10) value, the /usr/include/sys/errno.h file must be queried. This file contains a list of the possible error numbers and a brief explanation for each one. In order to quickly find the particular error in the file, we recommend using the grep command. Example:
$ grep 46 /usr/include/sys/errno.h
Last Modified: 07/27/1998 Product: PRO/5 Operating System: Unix
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