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Re: ASYNCBRING on IFS save



fixed

No experience here but did you read the entire blog post?


"One final note - the best performance improvement may be seen with a
well-balanced directory tree in which all objects qualify for the save.
In situations where a large number of objects reside in a single
directory, few objects qualify for the save, or the system is memory
constrained, performance may degrade with ASYNCBRING(*YES) specified."

That looks you would definitely not be a candidate.





On Friday, December 13, 2013 2:11 PM, Mike Cunningham <mike.cunningham@xxxxxxx> wrote:

http://ibmsystemsmag.blogs.com/i_can/2012/01/achieve-faster-ifs-save-times-using-sav-with-asyncbring.html

has anyone with a lot of small IFS objects used this with good results? We have about 750,000 tiff images, all in a single directory, and wondering if this is something to try.

Thanks

Mike Cunningham
Pennsylvania College of Technology







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