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re: domino 6.5.2 problem on iSeries 810 V5R2



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Domino on the iSeries is very dependant on the Java Group PTF.  From the 
command line do a WRKPTFGRP, PTF Group SF99169 is the Java Group PTF -- 
current, I believe, is level 18.

If your iSeries vendor is not a Domino reseller also, they probably won't 
be able to help -- as you have found out.  Next best source for a solution 
is either IBM support or this list...

Determining which job is taking up the majority of cpu will help is 
narrowing down the trouble.  For example, If the job is AMGR then you 
probably have a runaway Domino agent that's taking up CPU.

Bob






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To answer one question, I did look at the group ptf's, but didn't see any 
for V5R2 that have anything to do with Domino.....am I missing the boat 
somehow on that issue?

I don't know off-hand which job is spiking the cpu util, but it's one in 
the Domino subsystem I'm sure.  Next time it happens, I'll try to take 
note of which job is at fault...
What would I possibly do with that knowledge, however?  Our AS400 Vendor 
has been pretty useless in the matter...

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