IMHO you will be better off without separate ASP's for your applications.
The biggest problem is disk arms.  Without sufficient disk arms for both
OS/400 and your application to use, performance will take a big hit.  I
agree you should have the journals and the recievers in a different ASP ( I
usually don't even use a RAID pack for them) for recovery purposes.  It's
best to keep most everything together.  Also do not forget the rather nasty
level of management that will go along with multiple ASP's.  When they
overflow, life gets no fun at all.

Jim Oberholtzer

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