I do know of a nice Java tracing tool for System i, but I don't think I can
advertise it in the list. Please contact me offline for the details. 

There is obviously JobWatcher from IBM, but it's not easy to use.

Lo

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-----Original Message-----
From: TitanRebel [mailto:titanrebel@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 10 October 2006 00:14
To: Java Programming on and around the iSeries / AS400
Subject: analysis of QJVACMDSRV?


We are running Tomcat 4.1 on the iSeries under 1.3 JVM.  I have a 
problem with QJVACMDSRV periodically taking up large amounts of CPU for 
an extended period of time.  Usually, when this happens, and I try to 
end the job, it goes into a THDW status for an extended period of time.  
In WRKSYSACT it seems to be several different threads contributing to 
the problem.

Is there a tool that I can use to analyze what is causing the problem?  
Thanks for any info. you can give me to help figure it out.

K. Kennedy

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