iDoctor can help analyze Java jobs.It has a Java Watcher component. It also has PDTV (Performance Data Trace Viewer), which, IIRC from when I was contracting at IBM, originated as a tool for analyzing Java stuff. That was 15 years or so ago.

I see on the 7.1 KnowledgeCenter that there is an "Investigate data" function in the browser-based navigator. I'm not sure how much of the iDoctor product kind of things are in there.

So there's a lot that can be used for this.

HTH
Vern


On 2/22/2016 9:12 AM, Steinmetz, Paul wrote:
We have a batch job that uses Java 1.6 get info from a remote internal server.
Normally the process takes 1 1/2 hours.
Within the last week, 2 occurrences job took 45 minutes longer.
Other processes were dependent on the timely completion of this info.
Because its Java, joblog does not help.
What tools can be used to troubleshoot/isolate this issue?
Anything in MPG?
We only started this process 1/19 of this year.
The Java process will be replaced later this year when the remote app is upgraded and allows another interface besides Java.

8205-E6C 740
1.5 CPU
155gb mem
100% SSD
V7R1 Latest CUM, TR11, most latest groups Java Group 23

BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/13/16 5:00 6:36 1:36 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/14/16 5:00 6:44 1:44 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/15/16 5:00 6:33 1:34 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/16/16 5:00 6:40 1:41 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/17/16 5:00 6:38 1:39 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/18/16 5:00 6:38 1:39 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/19/16 5:00 7:26 2:26 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/20/16 5:00 6:35 1:36 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/21/16 5:00 6:45 1:45 *NORMAL
BRCBACLOAD *NONE 0 2/22/16 5:00 7:27 2:28 *NORMAL

Thank You
_____
Paul Steinmetz
IBM i Systems Administrator

Pencor Services, Inc.
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Palmerton Pa 18071

610-826-9117 work
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