Allows volume-specific disk full checks. DISK_FULL_VOLUME takes as its argument a concatenated volume name and limit. A path separator must occur between the volume name and the threshold limit, which may be zero.
In Unix this is in the form /name/<limit>. The following example places a disk full threshold of one million bytes on the volume /home:
For Windows, the form of the argument is <DRIVE>:\<limit>. The following example places a 1MB threshold on drive E:
Note: When the disk is full the FairCom DB files cannot be extended. The c-tree operations that attempt to add or update data in a file and require the files to be extended will fail with specific errors. This diagnostic keyword is used to put supplemental information in the status file and alert the user.