I'm not sure if you previously stated, what is this guest LPAR used for?
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of rob@xxxxxxxxx
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Subject: Re: Distribute IBM i on available disk units Was: 70GB load source and 5 other drives
I'm digging what you're saying there. I'm no stranger to TRCASPBAL.
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From: Sue Baker <sue.baker@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 04/26/2014 02:46 PM
Subject: Re: Distribute IBM i on available disk units Was: 70GB
load source and 5 other drives
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rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote on Sat, 26 Apr 2014 15:58:16 GMT:
At which point do you run:
of the load source?
1: After Task 8: Restore the operating system, beginning
with ƒ oTask 1: Starting to restore the
operating systemƒ ?
2: In the middle of the task 8 above? If so, at which step?
If i is hosting i, I thing I would elect to attempt to run with
no drives in *ENCALC status until I actually see some sort of a
performance issue where high I/Os to the load source can be
clearly identified as the culprit.
At that time, I would run STRASPBAL *ENDALC for UNIT(1) followed
by a STRASPBAL *MOVDTA.
Other options could be to run a TRCASPBAL followed by a
STRASPBAL *USAGE to rearrange "cold" data. This would be in the
hope the hot load source becomes warm.