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Re: Upgrade Options


  • Subject: Re: Upgrade Options
  • From: Gary Feinstein <gfeinste@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 10:02:31 -0500
  • Organization: Planet Hollywood International Inc.

fixed

Goins, Kirk : CO IR wrote:
> 
> >
> > > GULP!  I just recently had a user with a runaway job that ate up
> > > almost
> > > all of my existing disk space.  When I left work that day, I was at
> > > 86%.  My system paged me in the middle of the night warning me that we
> > > were at almost 98%!  Whew...good thing I was able to dial in and do an
> > > endjob in time.  I thought everyone would like a good horror story!
> 
> SNIP
> 
> >
> > You may want to look at using DST to set your alarm level a little
> > lower.
> > Don't remember what the default is, we have ours set to 90%.
> >
> >  -Steve Cotes
> 
> SNIP
> 
> 90% is the default but buried in the manuals is text on how to set it based
> on how much DASD you have. 90% of 10gb  leaves 1gb free, 90% of 100gb leave
> 10gb free which maybe more than needed. If I remember correctly on large
> systems 98% may be just right.
> 
> Kirk Goins - AS/400 Systems Administrator
> Legacy Health Systems - Portland, OR
Just a quick clarification:
In my previous posting, I mentioned that I got paged with a warning
message.  The message in fact was "Serious Storage problem may Exist." 
By the time I dialed in, we were at 98%.  My system threshold should be
set at the default of 90% since I have not changed it.  Since we have 60
Gig, I think 6Gb is a safe comfort zone.
Gary
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