Lloyd,

Its a conspiracy--at any given time, when interactive jobs reached a certain
cpu usage % (>8 and <10).  The governor kicks in--it consumes all available
resources.

CFINT is explained in detail in the document "CFINTnn Tasks Using CPU-
-OS/400 RISC Server Model Behavior" at
http://as400service.ibm.com/8625680A007CA5C6/0/A15FC571478B82018625676900555
DC1?Open&Highlight=2,15852625.

Manuel Ortiz
Newport Corporation

-----Original Message-----
From: LDEGNON@AMPRO.COM [mailto:LDEGNON@AMPRO.COM]
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 2:44 PM
To: MAPICS-L@MIDRANGE.COM
Subject: EFFECTS OF ODBC CALLS


What are the effects of ODBC Calls on an AS/400?  I am trying to research
just
why our AS/400 seems to slow down so badly (%CPU 100% in WRKSYSSTS) when, in
WRKACTJOB, there appears to be only minuscule jobs running that add up to
less
that 10%????

Due to a Rogue Programmer that no longer works here, we have, at any given
time,
upwards of ten users, accessing MAPICS table data from various applications
that
are using Windows ODBC.


Any ideas????


Lloyd H. Degnon
I. S. Manager
Ampro Computers Inc.
5215 Hellyer Ave
San Jose, CA 95138
408.360.4365
Ldegnon@ampro.com
WWW.AMPRO.COM
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