• Subject: Re: Response Time measurement
  • From: Larry Bolhuis <lbolhui@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Sep 1999 23:45:47 -0400
  • Organization: Arbor Solutions, Inc

If you don't like Bruce's Option, performance tools will collect this
information.  You should be able to extract the data you need from one of the
files in QPFRDATA.  Adjust your data collection to 15 minute intervals and you
should get exactly what you need.  In fact if you don't have Performance tools
you can still collect the data and extract it with SQL or Query.  

 - Larry

Lurton Keel wrote:
> One of our IT objectives is for the response time on our AS/400 620-2181 is
> for the average response time 8-5 to be less than 2 seconds.
> Short of buying a tool, does anyone know of a way to programmatically get
> the interactive response time so the data can be written to a file.  Like
> YYYYMMDD HHMM 3.2 seconds.  We would run the job every 15 minutes so that we
> would get 4 timings per hour.
> Obviously, you wouldn't run this job in BATCH.

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