HI Phil,

Just a thought: Within Management Central you are able to configure and run 
various
monitors. One of these is for Interactive response times. It also has an option
where an audible alarm can be sounded. You determine the criteria for the alarm.
Set it up on a PC near you and run it. That way, when the fur hits the fan, you
will be able to identify the task(s) responsible and interrogate their
status/activity.

Cheers.

Jan Megannon.

I will give up drinking the day my girl-friend goes for plastic surgery. Hell,
something has to make her look attractive!!!



prumschlag@phdinc.com wrote:

> Combined response to all who offered advice (in random order):
>
>
>
> I considered the PM400e graphs from IBM.  That would give me the measurements,
> but I am afraid the information would not be current enough to identify what 
>was
> causing the problem.  It might tell me who "had" a response time problem, but
> not necessarily what "caused" the problem.  Asking any user (including me) 
>what
> he was doing yesterday at 10:43 is pretty hopeless.
>



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