• Subject: RE: FW: Disk Reorg and Balancing...
  • From: "Al Barsa, Jr." <barsa2@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 18:29:58 -0800

At 01:57 PM 11/01/1999 -0800, you wrote:

Geez,

The husband is always the last to know.  I've heard of the STRASPBAL 
command (and related commands), but not this one.

Al


> >>STRDSKRGZ     QSYS            Start Disk Reorganization
> >
> >Never heard of it.
>
>Al ... It sounds great...
>
>            Start Disk Reorganization (STRDSKRGZ)
>
>
>Type choices, press Enter.
>
>Time limit . . . . . . . . . . .        TIMLMT
>
>Auxiliary storage pool ID  . . .        ASP                     *ALL
>
>                   + for more values
>
>
>Help                        Start Disk Reorganization - Help
>
>
>
>The Start Disk Reorganization (STRDSKRGZ) command allows the user to
>start the disk reorganization function for one or more auxiliary
>
>storage pools (ASPs).  The user specifies a time limit that the
>
>function is to run for each ASP being reorganized.  A message will
>
>be sent to the system history (QHST) log when the reorganization
>
>function is started for each ASP.
>
>
>Unused space will be collected together within the ASP.  This allows
>future large disk allocations to be done more efficiently.
>
>
>Restriction:    You must have *ALLOBJ special authority to use this
>
>command.
>
>
>Time limit (TIMLMT)
>
>
>
>Specifies the amount of time, in minutes, that the reorganization
>
>function is allowed to run.  When the time limit is reached the
>
>function ends.  The time limit specified is for each ASP being
>
>reorganized.  For example, if ASP(*ALL) is specified and the machine
>has four ASP's configured and TIMLMT(60) is specified, four
>reorganization functions are started and each can run 60 minutes.
>If reorganization of any ASP has not completed after 60 minutes, it
>will be forced to end.  This allows you to do disk reorganization
>incrementally.
>
>The possible values are:
>
>
>*NOMAX
>
>There is no time limit for the reorganization function.  For a
>large ASP that has many small unused disk areas, the
>reorganization function can take a long time to complete.  If
>you start the reorganization function with *NOMAX and you want
>to force the function to end, you can use the End Disk
>Reorganization (ENDDSKRGZ) command.
>
>time-limit
>
>
>Specify the time limit that the reorganization function is
>allowed to run.  Valid values range from 1 to 9999 minutes.
>
>Auxiliary storage pool ID (ASP)
>
>
>Specifies for which auxiliary storage pools the disk reorganization
>function is started.
>
>The possible values are:
>
>
>*ALL
>Disk reorganization is started for all auxiliary storage pools.
>
>auxiliary-storage-pool-number
>Specify the ASP for which disk reorganization is to be started.
>Up to sixteen ASP numbers may be specified.
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Al Barsa, Jr. [mailto:barsa2@ibm.net]
>Sent: Sunday, October 24, 1999 9:20 AM
>To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
>Subject: Re: FW: Disk Reorg and Balancing...
>
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