I followed through the Novell Technical document 3044267 and step 4 I
receive the attached error. I also can't run lkcd config but there is a
vmdump directory link in /dev/sda1 block device link and also a config
file in /etc/sysconfig/dump.

Make sure the DUMPDEV /dev/vmdump is linked to the correct dump device
(usually this will be a swap partition, but it can be any block device
whose contents may be overwritten):

ls -l /dev/vmdump ERROR===> no such file or directory /bin/ls: /dev/vmdump.
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 9 Aug 10 08:33 /dev/vmdump ->/dev/sda1

NOTE: When you run the lkcd command in the next step, it will create
a/dev/vmdumpsymbolic link to the first swap partition found in /etc/fstab.
If you do not want to use the first swap partition, then you must manually
create the DUMPDEV symbolic link.

Can someone please advise as a matter of urgency.