"Emilio Padilla" <vpadilla@guate.net> wrote:

>I don't think that your performance problem has anything to do
>with the message, do you have a AS/400 server by any chance?,
>This message shouldn't cause any performance problem.

I would have said exactly the same, but I just did a few quick tests and
there did seem to be a marked difference in performance with the messages
on of off. I'd still be surprised if it made the difference between 2
minutes and 5 minutes. It could possibly be related to general system
tuning between the batch and interactive pools given their actual workload.

As an aside, if I had a 2 minute batch OPNQRYF I'd be very reluctant to run
that interactively in a production environment.

Joe, some feedback on your results would be welcome.

Dave Kahn, ABB Steward Ltd.

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