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when i put sudip:dir=3725; t

when i put sudip:dir=3725; t

(OP)
when i put

sudip:dir=3725;

the system hangs and finally comes as command lost.

if i do

ksexe:dir=3725;
sure?(yes/no)
<y
WAIT
WAIT
COMMAND LOST

if i try to remove it shows no removal allowed

i cannot see this number in MD110

RE: when i put sudip:dir=3725; t

What´s the printout command?

susip:dir=3725;

LINE is FREE or BUSY?

Br///
Fernando.

RE: when i put sudip:dir=3725; t

You seem to have a data corruption, not depending of busy or free or something...

RE: when i put sudip:dir=3725; t

Fcpli is right. Command lost print is most often associated with data corruption causing a lost signal to break the sequence.
To narrow it down, enter command HIREI;
follow this with sudip:dir=3725; wait for the command to time out, then print lost signals withy HIMDP;

this will give an indication as to where the corruption is.

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