Well, we SHOULDN'T be doing any performance collection at all, but that doesn't
mean that someone started something they shouldn't have...

Do you remember where those are stored?


On Fri, 4 Jan 2002 11:31:32 -0500, R. Bruce Hoffman, Jr. wrote:

>
>one area that I noted an extreme increase of DASD usage was the performance
>collections. After going to 5.1 (from 4.3), one of my customers experienced
>the same sort of thing. In a one month period of time, 12G in performance
>collections.
>
>while I have not explored this thoroughly yet, the performance collections
>are turned into performance members for PM400 and the tools reports, and the
>collections also stayed on the system. It also appears that someone had
>turned on ALL in the collection, so it collected a lot.
>
>we deleted them and turned it way down on the collection and things seem
>much more normal now....
>
>don't know if you have this too, but it's worth looking at. the go disktasks
>will report these objects too.
>
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> -- IBM Certified Specialist - iSeries Administrator
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