I think I remember John Sears stating at a COMMON presentation that physical
files created with the parameter ACCPTHSIZ(*MAX1TB) will perform better than
'old' files created at *MAX4GB since they execute a different (newly written)
code path when they are accessed.

Has anyone had a chance to see if it's worthwhile changing old physical files to
*MAX1TB to realize a performance benefit?  (Perhaps someone with a standalone
machine for testing)?

Scott Lindstrom
Zenith Electronics


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