Hi Everyone,

I've got a client who wants to put WebSphere in its own memory pool for testing purposes. We did a dry run on on another machine without any real problems. However, when setting up the pool, one parameter was activity level. The sysop was not prepared for that and we just took the minimum (75) which worked for our purposes then. The docs use the terms "job" and "thread" fairly loosely when, in a Java context, they seem to be quite different to me.

So, my question: How should we go about determining an appropriate activity level for the real thing? I'm doing my own research, and will share any findings here, but I will be very appreciative of any answers or references you may have.

Thank you,

Joe Sam

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