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Re: SETOBJACC Was: SSD Best practices



fixed

In its most basic usage, it is used for faster access to file objects(mostly).

simple setup given enough memory
create a subsystem with a fixed amount of memory, enough to "hold" the file in question. this pool is typicially not used to run jobs.

then issue the command something like:
SETOBJACC OBJ(LIBRARY/FILE) OBJTYPE(*FILE)
POOL(*SHRPOOLXX) *or* POOL(*N XX)
*depends on how you set the subsystem...

more reading:
http://www-912.ibm.com/s_dir/slkbase.nsf/$$Search?openform
search term "setobjacc"

--bryan


rob@xxxxxxxxx said the following on Fri, 2/15/2013 4:02 PM:
So, that all being true, then what is the purpose of SETOBJACC?


Rob Berendt






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