I've been using F10, thinking I wanted cpu re-calculated since the
last F10 press, and not "average" cpu over an extended period with a
mix of "run" and "sleep"
After watching this job today, I think I've made some mistake . . .
the time spent in Status = TIMA seems way too short . . .
The program is coded:
Where IdleSec is a 3,0 Numeric (Zoned) value fetched from a data area
. . .
the data area currently has the value: 120
I need to run in debug to verify the mechanics . . .
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bradley Stone
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2014 9:14 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: TIMA cpu use VS DLYJOB
Are you using F5 or F10 to view the CPU in WRKACTJOB? And how much time are you sleeping?
I have similar jobs that do this and when sleeping take virtually zero CPU.
On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 8:30 AM, Gary Thompson <gthompson@xxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
We run a "never-ending" job that monitors for shipments that are--
ready for customer delivery and which require an EDI 856 Advance
My question is why the amount of CPU use reported on Work with Active
Jobs shows something like 34% when the job is in Status = TIMA ?
The exact percent CPU use appears to vary depending on load so that
the use during Status = TIMA is lower on a busy system, and higher on
a less busy system.
This job is based on an SQLRPGLE program that calls
sleep() between steps which process products as they are prepared for
customer delivery and creates the required documents and data
required for the Advance Shipment Notice.
I wonder if it would be better to replace the call to sleep() with a
call to a CLLE module to run a DLYJOB command ?
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