Rick,

A standard, single-threaded program will not take advantage of more than
one processor.  This would include the standard RPG/COBOL interactive
and batch programs found in most older systems.  Multi-threaded
applications should be able to take advantage of multiple processors,
although I'm a little over my head here as to specifics.  I don't know
whether the HTTP server supports multiple threads.

I would welcome additional comment here.

Best regards,
Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> Andy,
>
> This is what I was looking for.   There are many things I don't know
about
> websphere - or processor load sharing for that matter.
>
> I just assumed that any job running would take advantage of any
processor
> that wasn't busy.
>
> What about the native iseries HTTP server (or even apache)?  Is it
able to
> share request loads across multiple processors (assuming a single
instance
> of the server)?
>
> Rick



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