• Subject: Re: Performance solutions (AS/400 system vs server)
  • From: fkolmann@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 18:16:34 +1000



mbreit@us.ibm.com wrote:

>
>
> I agree that the hardware partners for BPCS can work with you to determine 
>which
> machine and which workload mix best fits your needs.  Make sure the BPCS ver6
> workload has been sized using the current BPCS sizing questionnaire and 
>process.
> If the machine is suffering from very poor performance it may also be problems
> with tuning, lack of sufficient memory, lack of enough DASD arms, or lack of
> necessary database indexes.
>
> Mike Breitbach  -

So because our AS400 generally screams along like a scalded cat I can only 
assume
that BPCS lacks
necessary database indexes.  I am trying DBMON to resolve the problem. Thanks 
for
the info :)



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