The rub is, that you can click on any particular time piece and get a nice
chart of each job at that particular time and what their interactive
response time was.  They are storing this detail - now how do I access

Oh well,  I hope Performance Tools works out for you.

Why would you filter out the MIS users?
Would ignoring this rule out the possible benefits of getting a separate
development box give you?  I can still remember the call from an irate VP
that someone's compile was killing the performance of the system and he'd
better stop that.  Mind you, this was years ago in the infancy of the 400.
Now our development team has their own 820-24AA with +230gb which exceeded
the dasd of our production erp machine until recently.
Or, does the MIS users run stuff interactive that should be running in
batch, and you don't want to get caught?

Rob Berendt
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin

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                    12/18/2001 08:27 AM
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That's a good start, but not quite where I want to be.  In the Max
Response Time section, it shows the max's for 30 second time frames.  I am
looking for something like Mike proposed (and that Performance Tools
for twinax connections) that show:
   < 1 sec      95%
   < 2 sec      97 %
   <4 sec  99 %
   <8 sec  99.5%

I would also need to filter out MIS Department users.  Ops Nav provides
lots of
great info (as you have shown us) but for my purposes, I need it in a
different format.


   Subject: Re: Interactive Response Time
   Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 08:06:07 -0500

   I fired up Operations Navigator's performance features on our newly
   upgraded P50-840-12way.  Then I exported these graphs to txt files.
   are the results.  Would knowing this information from your system help

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