Kirk

At 12:44 PM 11/24/97 PST, you wrote:
>
>We track DAILY the percent used in all 3 of our ASPs on all 6 cpu's by hand.
>Currently someone goes to the wrksyssts screen and gets system asp % used
>and the perm and temp address used %.(I've found the API for this part).
>Then we do a STRSST and take options 3 then 4 to get to the ASP Threshold
>screen which gives you the % used for the other ASPs.
>
>I want to automate this whole process. Like I said above I've found the API
>to collect the data given by wrksyssts, but I have found(yet) where to get
>the info on the other asp's. I could do a wrkdsksts to a spoolfile and
>calculate it from there but that seems messy. I bet there's a tool, api or
>?? that will get me this data a whole lot easier.
>
>Anyone know what that tool or api is? BTW we're still running 3.1.0

I think the following may give you what you want:

>>>>
The Retrieve Library Description (QLIRLIBD) API lets you retrieve attributes for a specific library.
<<<<

It returns a number of values, which you can select:

>>>>
Keys

The following table lists the valid key identifiers that can be
specified in the attributes to retrieve parameter. See the
“Field Descriptions” for the descriptions of the valid key
fields.

Key ID Type Field
1 CHAR(1) Type of library
2 BINARY(4) ASP
3 CHAR(10) Create authority
4 CHAR(10) Create object auditing
5 CHAR(50) Text description
6 CHAR(12) Library size information
7 BINARY(4) Number of objects in library
<<<<

Calling this for each item in a list of library objects could get the info you need.

HTH


Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 371-1111 x480


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