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Re: CHGPGM OPTIMIZE(*YES) RMVOBS(*YES)



fixed

RMVOBS(*YES) was disabled in V5R1.  It just screwed you up if you ever had
to do another upgrade that required observability (like CISC to RISC).

Al

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Not needed anymore with the faster machines.
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I would like to poll the audience to find out how you use the "Optimize
program" and "Remove observable info" on the CHGPGM command. A few years
back we use to run the CHGPGM command weekly on all of our production
apps with OPTIMIZE(*YES) and RMVOBS(*YES) to reduce program size, speed
up execution, help optimize memory use and reduce backup time. I think
that was back in the late '90s. I think it was a tip picked up at COMMON
back then. Does anyone still do this? If so with what options?

optimize opitions *NO, *YES, 40, 30, 20, 10
remove obserable info options *ALL, *DBGDTA, *CRTDTA, *BLKORD, *PRCORD,


Mike Cunningham
CIO
Pennsylvania College of Technology
www.pct.edu
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