• From: "Christopher J. Devous" <cdevous@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:32:32 -0700
  • Organization: The Antigua Group

> >On our 9406-510, I found the autotuner to be essentially worthless.  We had
> >to monitor the various stats and make adjustments over time, as you
> >suggest.  The situation on the 310 was the same.
> >
> Yes, and Version 3 of the tuner was so-so. On large machines with big mixes,
> it did not work well.
> >Then we migrated to the 9406-720.  My IBM var told me that autotuner worked
> >well, so I turned it on.
> >
> >It has worked so well  that I've set virtually everything to *CALC and
> >simply let the system mangage itself
> >
> And with Version 4 (V4R2 and up) the tuner is really something useful.

My apologies!  I neglected to mention that we are at V4R3.  The tuner 
definitely does the job.
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