• Subject: Re: Object Compression
  • From: "Henrik Krebs" <hkrebs@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 2 May 1999 14:46:26 +0200

This is no big deal, but:

For objects that you KNOW you will never use, the most efficient
compression is DLTOBJ. 

But for all the objects you THINK you will never use, why not CPROBJ?

And of cause you never compress objects that are used regulary, so the
big *DOWNTHETOILET situation will only happen when you do the CPROBJ
which can be scheduled to low workload periods.

A good guess on objects you will probably never use is those object you
have never used for maybe half a year (system objects including QSYS) or 
half a year + an end of fiscal year (for application objects). It's easy
- simply a parameter on the command.

Admitteded it's not a big part of total objects on the system, but it's
also not a big task to do it once or twice a year.

> Fra: Al Barsa, Jr. <barsa2@ibm.net>
> Til: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Emne: Re: Object Compression
> Dato: 30. april 1999 02:32
> At 05:44 PM 4/29/99 -0500, you wrote:
> >>Do you have any experience with the CPROBJ command? If yes, please
> >>share it with us.
> >>4. What is the 'dark side' of this command?
> Al

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