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RE: Recovering your system - QMCHPOOL



fixed

Actually; very many folks. Many don't have systems that require that much
memory and it's the maximum you can put on a 4way system.

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Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects


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Subject: Recovering your system - QMCHPOOL

From the manual:
As a general rule, if the main storage size is 64 MB or larger, change the
QMCHPOOL system value to be 15 percent of the main storage size. If the main
storage size is less than 64 MB, change the QMCHPOOL system value to be 20
percent of the main storage size.

So, um, who runs a system with a main store size smaller than 64MB?


Rob Berendt
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