• Subject: Re: buffering
  • From: "Leif Svalgaard" <leif@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 7 Oct 2000 23:19:32 -0500

>   I think that the default blocking done by OS/400 is 4K.  This may have
> changed w/ RISC.  Why are you against using OVRDBF?  Use the NBRRCDS() parm
> getting as close to 128K (is that correct, Richard?).

I prefer to let the program make the best decision based on parameters given
to
it, instead of relying on a user/operator/tuner/diddler messing around with
it.
All I want to do is to simply have the program set the block length to what
it
determines to be the optimum with no fuss. I'll get there...

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