There's an option right there on the RUNDOMCMD to run it in batch. It
defaults to *YES. The reason you may have to run it in batch would have
nothing to do with how good you are with tuning or anything. It's that
multithreaded applications are not supported in an interactive program. In
fact, when I've used RUNDOMCMD the only time I do NOT specify run in batch
is when it's already running from a batch job and I want it to continue
using that subsystem, etc.


Rob Berendt

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