These orders cause the kernel to issue a DIAGNOSE 8 with a string which is the concatenation of a command from the table below and the provided command arguments. All characters of the command arguments must exceed hex 3F.
rc = kt+2 unless order is valid. rc = kt+3 unless length of concatenated command <= 240 and each character in the string is greater than hex 3F. rc=-1 if the machine under the kernel is not virtual. rc=-2 if the response length is greater than 4K, in which case CP-response is the first 4K. Otherwise rc is the "Ry value" from the diagnose.
DIAG8(kt==>0E09). See (cpm) for access to the key.