The program was in DSPW state - this was a result of running wrkactjob in
batch selecting all
interactive users with cpupct > 1.0.
So I assume QAI02 was really the offending program?

-----Original Message-----
From: Hall, Philip [mailto:phall@spss.com]
Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 3:07 PM
To: 'midrange-l@midrange.com'
Subject: RE: Why is this using CPU?


Mike,

> Rqs    Program or
> ILE                   ILE       Ctl
> Lvl    Procedure    Library    Statement
> Module                Program   Bdy
>        QCMD         QSYS
>        QEC2D1A551   QRPLOBJ    2600
>        AW02N        GALP       26200
>        IIQ02        GALP       40500
>        IIQ01        GALP       30400
>        QAI02        GALP       .DRVRX01
>        QWSGET       QSYS
>        QT3REQIO     QSYS

These are the OS/400 screen handling programs (QWSGET & QT3REQIO) - don't
worry, they're supposed to be there.

I'd be more worried about program QEC2D1A551 running from QRPLOBJ...this
means that there is a newer version of the program in whatever lib it came
from, and this process is still using the old one that was moved to QRPLOBJ.

This will be fixed either when the process ends, or at the next IPL if the
process is a long running job that only ends at IPL time.

But you might be already aware of this, perhaps you've just loaded a PTF or
recreated a program while a user was using it....

--phil
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