Couple years ago, the co I worked for had this issue.  We ended up 
     restricting people to only run queries in batch (unless they were IS 
     personnel).  If they don't voluntarily do it, there's a way to enforce 
     it in either set-up or profiles (can't remember back that far).  
     Another option that we looked into was forcing query to run in 
     separate subsystem with lower priority so it didn't suck so much cpu 
     and impact production.
     
     Bob


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Date:    10/5/99 8:00 AM


     
     Queries takes a lot of I/O, I need to know how to monitor wrkqry and 
     runqry command during working hours. Any idea?
     
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