Good point.
As part of our upgrades we
CRTLIB PREV5R1M0
WRKOBJ *LIBL/*ALL *SBSD
Copy them to the library PREV5R1M0
Upgrade
CRTLIB V5R1M0
WRKOBJ *LIBL/*ALL *SBSD
Copy them to the library V5R1M0
Replace QBATCH with the one from PREV5R1M0
And promise ourselves that we will see if anything new came in the
subsystem description with the new release - but never look.


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



                    Dwayne Lindner
                    <Dwayne.Lindner@writ.wesfarme       To:     
"'midrange-l@midrange.com'" <midrange-l@midrange.com>
                    rs.com.au>                          cc:
                    Sent by:                            Fax to:
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Release 5.1.


                    01/15/2002 11:09 PM
                    Please respond to midrange-l






Providing some more information would be helpful :-).

Have the default subsystem descriptions been changed by the upgrade and are
consequently affecting your performance??  What sort of batch jobs ?? I/O
intensive or CPU intensive ?? How is your interactive holding up ??

Why not run performance monitor and compare it against data from before the
upgrade ??

Have you done a RCLSTG or somesuch to touch all the files ?? - perhaps the
object conversion is affecting you if it didn't take place during the
upgrade.

Dwayne Lindner
Team Leader - Data Centre
Wesfarmers Rural Information Technology
184 Railway Parade, Bassendean WA 6054
Ph: (08) 9273 5365    Mob: 0407 386 693
Email: dwayne.lindner@writ.wesfarmers.com.au


> Help anyone.
>
> After upgrading the operating system to 5.1 our AS/400 has
> been brought to
> its knees when running batch jobs.  After many many
> frustrating phone calls
> with IBM tech support we are still in the same position with
> no relief in
> sight.
>
> Suggestions on what we might try would be greatly appreciated.
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