The WRKSYSSTS CPU % is for everything running on the system as compared to a
specific job in WRKACTJOB.



Mike Shaw
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From: "Richard Reeve" <>
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Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 7:46 AM
Subject: Difference in CPU% between WRKACTJOB & WRKSYSACT

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>        I have a job that when I do a wrkactjob says that it is using 24+%
of the CPU.  When I do a wrksysact it shows only about 2%.  Why the
difference?  Am I trying to compare apples to oranges?
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