Hi Indah,

Have you done any BPCS Databse tuning? This means creating indexes over
commonly used files, and normally you or a consultant would do this by
running the database monitor and creating the indexes advised. BPCS needs
quite a few indexes and will be about 40% faster after tuning.
If you need someone to do this, we can do it for you - contact me offline.
You may also need to archive some BPCS data to get back to your original
performance, and here we can also help with our BPCS Archiving product.
Fast/400 is only helpful if you have a problem with too much interactive
workload for the level of interactive card you have, this would show up by
CFINTxx taking a lot of CPU in WRKSYSACT screen.
It does not help BPCS Performance.

Hope this helps,

Clare

Clare Holtham
Director, Small Blue Ltd - Archiving for BPCS
Web: www.smallblue.co.uk
IBM Certified iSeries Systems Professional
Email: Clare.Holtham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



----- Original Message ----- 
From: <indah-kurniaty@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 2:57 AM
Subject: [BPCS-L] asking Fast400 software


> Hi All,
>
> Are there anyone who ever using Fast400 to increase performance cpw at IBM
> AS/400 ?
> cause since using BPCS mixed mode version 6.1.02, my IBM performance
> become very very bad, so slowly.
> My AS/400 type is 270.
>
> Is this software enough safe to use  and don't make any problem with IBM
> maintenance ?
> Could you share your experience using this software ?
>
> Thx in advance.
> Indah
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