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This morning, this message was in a joblog:

QSH0005 Completion 00 08/22/22 06:11:47.837288 QZSHRUNC
From module . . . . . . . . :
From procedure . . . . . . : main

Statement . . . . . . . . . : 149

Message . . . . : Command ended
normally with exit status 1.

It came as a result of running the Unix RM command.

Reading the IBM documentation, a status of zero indicates a normal run.
However a status >0 indicates some error. The joblog does not list
anything specific.

Does anyone know where I can find what status code 1 from the RM command
means? Is there a Unix log file that may be more specific?

The job ran fine yesterday with a return of zero.

Thank you,


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