• Subject: FW: Disk Reorg and Balancing...
  • From: "Graap, Ken" <keg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 07:57:53 -0700

Second try ... This item wasn't posted the first time I sent it....

 <<Disk Reorg and Balancing...>> 


Has anyone used the new V4R4 disk reorganization and ASP balancing commands?

If so, what do you think of them?  How do you know if they did anything
valuable? No report is generated?????

STRDSKRGZ       QSYS            Start Disk Reorganization

STRASPBAL       QSYS            Start ASP Balance 



I started the disk reorganization process on my S20 and it is using about
20% of the processor and disk arm utilization is averaging between 30 and
40%....

                                Work with System Activity

                                                          
        Automatic refresh in seconds  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  30

        Elapsed time . . . . :          00:00:31 Average CPU util . . : 21.7

        Number of CPUs . . . :          2        Maximum CPU util . . : 38.4

                                                          Minimum CPU util .
. : 5.0                
 

        Type options, press Enter.

        1=Monitor job           5=Work with job

                                                       Total Total

      Job or                                            CPU     Sync
Async   PAG       
Opt     Task            User    Number Thread Pty       Util    I/O     I/O
Fault  
        SMDEFRAGTA                              49      17.3     1065   0
0        
        SMDEFRAGTA                              49       2.1     2119   0
0                

Kenneth

****************************************
Kenneth E. Graap
IBM Certified Specialist
AS/400 Professional
Systems Administrator
NW Natural (Gas Services)
keg@nwnatural.com
Phone: 503-226-4211 x5537
FAX:    603-849-0591
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