• Subject: Re: PERFORMANCE TUNNING, SUBSYSTEMS & SHAREPOOLS
  • From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2000 17:16:04 -0500


A new command for you to learn is WRKSHRPOOL.
On our system:

WRKSHRPOOL:
               Defined    Max   Allocated   Pool  -Paging Option--
 Pool         Size (M)  Active  Size (M)     ID   Defined  Current
 *MACHINE      2300.00   +++++     2300.00    1   *FIXED   *FIXED
 *BASE         2266.57    3500     2266.57    2   *FIXED   *FIXED
 *INTERACT     1750.00    3500     1750.00    4   *FIXED   *FIXED
 *SPOOL         275.00      75      275.00    3   *FIXED   *FIXED
 *SHRPOOL1     1500.00     100     1500.00    5   *CALC    *CALC

WRKSBS
                 Total     -----------Subsystem Pools
Subsystem     Storage (M)   1   2   3   4   5   6   7
LASERS             100.42   2   6
MONMSGQ               .00   2   5
QBATCH                .00   2   5
QCMN                  .00   2
QCTL                  .00   2
QFAXSBS               .00   2
QFQSBS                .00   2
QHTTPSVR              .00   2
QINTER                .00   2   4
QSERVER               .00   2
QSNADS                .00   2
QSPL                  .00   2   3
QSVCDRCTR             .00   2
QSYSWRK               .00   2
QUSRWRK               .00   2
Q1PGSCH               .00   2   2


WRKSYSSTS - view 1
                           Work with System Status                    GDIHQ
                                                            11/02/00
17:09:17
% CPU used . . . . . . . :       11.1    System ASP . . . . . . . :
160.7 G
% DB capability  . . . . :       21.8    % system ASP used  . . . :
61.6794
Elapsed time . . . . . . :   00:00:01    Total aux stg  . . . . . :
160.7 G
Jobs in system . . . . . :      10381    Current unprotect used . :
8887 M
% perm addresses . . . . :       .032    Maximum unprotect  . . . :
11038 M
% temp addresses . . . . :       .273
Sys      Pool   Reserved    Max  ----DB-----  --Non-DB---  Act-   Wait-
Act-
Pool    Size M   Size M     Act  Fault Pages  Fault Pages  Wait   Inel
Inel
  1    2300.00    337.91  +++++     .0    .0     .0    .0     .0     .0
.0
  2    2266.57       .32   3500     .0    .0     .0    .0  581.4     .0
.0
  3     275.00       .00     75     .0    .0     .0    .0   52.8     .0
.0
  4    1750.00       .00   3500     .0    .0    1.7   3.5  528.6     .0
.0
  5    1500.00       .00    100    8.8  35.2    1.7   1.7   52.8     .0
.0
  6     100.42       .00     10     .0    .0     .0    .0     .0     .0
.0

WRKSYSSTS - view 2
Sys      Pool   Reserved    Max                                      Paging
Pool    Size M   Size M     Act  Pool        Subsystem   Library     Option
  1    2300.00    337.91  +++++  *MACHINE                            *FIXED
  2    2266.57       .32   3500  *BASE                               *FIXED
  3     275.00       .00     75  *SPOOL                              *FIXED
  4    1750.00       .00   3500  *INTERACT                           *FIXED
  5    1500.00       .00    100  *SHRPOOL1                           *CALC
  6     100.42       .00     10   2          LASERS      LASERS      *FIXED

Then, here is the tricky part, (providing the tricky part wasn't talking
Mgt into buying enough memory in the first place).  Do a DSPSBSD for each
subsystem and evaluate the 7-Routing entries.  For example,
CHGRTGE SBSD(QBATCH) SEQNBR(300) POOLID(2)
Will tell it to use subsystem pool 2.  Which you can see from the WRKSBS is
system pool 5.  Which you can see from the WRKSYSSTS is *SHRPOOL1.  And you
can see the definition of *SHRPOOL1 from WRKSHRPOOL.

Clear?


Rob Berendt

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Guys,

I just came back from Common 2000 at Baltimore, MD and I'm  looking around
and changing some of my system's configurations as they relate to
PERFORMANCE TUNNING.  One of my discovery on my system seems weird.   Below
you'll see the printouts from my WRKSYSSTS & WRKSBS.  I think my
SUBSYSTEMS are not defined properly, their references to SUBSYSTEMS POOLS
doesn't appear OK to me.

Please advice on how to set this up correctly.

Thank you,

Dare


==============================================================
                             Work with System  Status
                                                              11/02/00
15:49:37
 % CPU used . . . . . . .  :      10.0     Auxiliary  storage:
 Elapsed time . . . . . . :    00:00:02      System ASP . . . . . .  :
84.89 G
 Jobs in  system . . . . . :       10957      % system ASP used  . .  :
47.5937
 % addresses  used:                           Total  . . . . . . . .  :
84.89 G
   Permanent  . . . . . .  :       .010      Current  unprotect used :
2214 M
   Temporary  . . . . . .  :       .224      Maximum  unprotect  . .  :
2440
 Type changes (if allowed), press  Enter.
 System    Pool     Reserved     Max
  Pool   Size (K)  Size (K)  Active            Pool        Subsystem
Library
    1        97180    58428    +++++   *MACHINE
    2       189984          0            36         *BASE
    3        10484            0              8       *SPOOL
    4       750928           0             62  *INTERACT


==============================================================

                              Work with  Subsystems
                                                             System:
Type options, press  Enter.
  4=End subsystem   5=Display subsystem  description
  8=Work with subsystem  jobs

                     Total     -----------Subsystem  Pools------------
Opt  Subsystem   Storage (K)    1   2   3   4   5    6   7   8   9  10
      ASSETSBS                  0      2
      BPCS                           0      2
      MIS                              0     2    4
      MISBATCH                  0      2
      QBATCH                     0      2
      QCMN                          0      2
      QCTL2                          0      2
      QINTER                       0      2    4
      QSERVER                    0      2
      QSNADS                      0      2
     QSPL                            0      2






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