• Subject: Re: Backup performance (CFINT)
  • From: Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2000 12:19:56 -0500
  • Organization: Dilgard Frozen Foods

"Al Barsa, Jr." wrote:

> This is an interesting subject.  The performance people that I know at IBM
> claim that CFINT hits whenever you exceed the interactive threshold.  The
> system managers (who claim to know more about performance than the
> performance people [if you believe that]) disagree, and say that CFINT
> doesn't happen in a restricted state.
> Bruce Vining, do you have an opinion?

I don't think it came thru in my original post very well, but I don't
have a totally restricted system during backup either.  I end QINTER,
QBATCH, and QSERVER subsystems, as well as all TCP/IP and host servers. 
Subsystems QCTL, QCMN, QSPL, QSYSWRK, QSVCDRCTR, etc. stay up.

The opinions expressed are my own and not necessarily 
the opinion of my company.  Unless I say so.
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