• Subject: Re: Environment Statistics
  • From: Gary Feinstein <GFeinste@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 22:45:55 -0500
  • Organization: Planet Hollywood International Inc.

        I run disk reports on a regular basis.  These tell me how much 
DASD we are using and exactly what is taking up space.  It's great if 
you are going to do any capacity planning or just want to keep a heads 
up of whats on your system.  I have just started using IBM's Performance 
Manager 400 to monitor my system usage and CPU processing.  As far as 
uptime and downtime goes, we have not been down for any reason 
other than our regular IPL's since I installed the box over a year ago.
Gary Feinstein
AS/400 System Administrator
Planet Hollywood International Inc.

John Carr wrote:
> Question;
> How many shops out there keep stats on Library Sizes, Number of Objects,
> Uptime,  antisipated downtime, un-antisipated downtime,   IFS directory
> sizes,  Server sizes,  uptime/downtime.
> Do you keep the stats(data)  on the AS/400?   Do you publish monthly
> graphs?   How are they used by your company?   Planning?   Budget
> justifications?
> What else have I missed?
> John Carr CDP
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