System Services, $RMSRUNDWN, Arguments
*Conan The Librarian
buf-addr OpenVMS usage:char_string type: character-coded text string access: write only mechanism: by descriptor A descriptor pointing to a 22-byte buffer that is to receive the device identification (16 bytes) and the file identification (6 bytes) of an improperly closed output file. The buf-addr argument is the address of the descriptor that points to the buffer. type-value OpenVMS usage:byte_unsigned type: byte (unsigned) access: read only mechanism: by value A single byte code that specifies the type of I/O rundown to be performed. The type-value argument is the actual value used. This type of code has the following values and meanings: 0 Rundown of image and indirect I/O for process permanent files. 1 Rundown of image and process permanent files. The caller's mode must not be user. 2 Abort RMS I/O. The caller's mode must be either executive or kernel (the system calls the I/O rundown control routine with this argument for process deletion).