- Specifies the required storage in kilobytes (1 kilobyte = 1024
bytes). The value is 1 through 7 decimal numbers, from 1 through 2096128.
Code a multiple of 4. For example, code REGION=68K. If the value
you code is not a multiple of 4, the system will round it up to the
next multiple of 4.
- Specifies the required storage in megabytes (1 megabyte = 1024
kilobytes). The value is 1 through 4 decimal numbers, from 1 through
2047. For example, REGION=3M.
- value=0M or 0K
- A value equal to 0K or 0M gives the step all the storage available
below the 2 GB bar. This includes below and above 16 megabytes. The
resulting size of the region below and above 16 megabytes depends
on system options and what system software is installed. When REGION=0K/0M
is specified, the MEMLIMIT value is set to NOLIMIT.
Note: This may
cause storage problems. See the Considerations When Using the REGION
parameter section for more information.