In many QZDASOINIT jobs, we find the PWS0083 message:

Additional 16 megabytes of storage allocated for this job.

Is this message "normal", or does it point to a memory leak. We are using our own implementation of connection pooling, and some JDBC connections can potentially stay in memory and used over and over for quite a long time (days). Is this a problem?

Do we need to close and open new JDBC connections more frequently to allow these jobs to release the resources (I'm just assuming that they would release the resources after closing the JDBC Connection)?

Thanks,

Ken

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