Change an Option 11c TID
This procedure is only intended as a temporary workaround to get a Meridian Mail system working in an emergency, ie: while waiting for new keycodes to arrive after some type of outage, etc.
When you use a temporary set of software (eg, does not belong to the site), the system will not data dump. The EDD data dump can only be done when this setting has been modified, either from within PDT or via a new set of ISM keycodes in LD 143.
This example is from a 2121 / 04.00T system, hence HEX offsets 9815 (Security ID) and 97bf (Aux ID) are used. Check the table below for other release HEX offsets. Notice how the Security and Aux ID's are split into transposed digit pairs, just to confuse you!
>ld 22 REQ tid SECURITY ID:81924637 AUX ID :138426 REQ enter PDT by pressing the 'Ctrl' key & typing 'pdt' PDT: login on /sdi/tty2 Password: enter the PDT password! PDT in Progress. Please Wait.... Done! pdt> p 9815 5 (cr) prints the current SECURITY ID:81924637 2nd 1st 4th 3rd 6th 5th 8th 7th - digits 00009815 : 0000B1B8 0000B2B9 0000B6B4 0000B7B3 00000000 pdt> p 97bf 4 (cr) prints the current AUX ID:138426 - which will be changed 2nd 1st 4th 3rd 6th 5th 8th 7th - digits 000097BF : 0000B3B1 0000B4B8 0000B6B2 00000000 pdt> w 97bf (cr) 000097BF : 0000B3B1 /b0b1 (space) This will change the Aux ID 000097C0 : 0000B4B8 /b3b2 (space) to 10 23 36 29 000097C1 : 0000B6B2 /b6b3 (space) 000097C2 : 00000000 /b9b2 (space) 000097C3 : 00000000 / (cr) pdt> sl1input (cr) or type 'exit' to leave PDT tid SECURITY ID:81924637 AUX ID :10233629 the AUX ID has been changed to 10233629 REQ
Other Option 11c PDT pointer Hex addresse values:
|Release||Security ID||Aux ID|