--- G Armour <garmour400m@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
<snip> Hey Ken,
> Great news on SMAPP!  I wonder how many shops have this implemented? 
> Doesn't the system get shipped with it set on?

I just checked a little deeper on our system.  I can't tell if SMAPP is
"turned on" or not:

                Edit Recovery for Access Paths
 Estimated system access path recovery time  . :    22  Minutes
 Total not eligible recovery time  . . . . . . :     0  Minutes
 Total disk storage used . . . . . . . . . . . :  .159  MB
 % of disk storage used  . . . . . . . . . . . :  .000

 Type changes, press Enter.
   System access path recovery time  .   150  *SYSDFT, *NONE, *MIN,
                                                *OFF, Recovery time
   Include access paths  . . . . . . .   *ALL        *ALL, *ELIGIBLE

      ----Access Path Recovery Time----  ---Disk Storage Used---
 ASP      Target          Estimated         Megabytes     ASP %

   (No user ASP configured or information not available)
<snip>

Neither F13 nor F14 show any access paths.

Perhaps our system is so small, or the access paths are, or the 150 minute
recovery time setting, (or combination of these) makes SMAPP
"unnecessary"?  

Comments welcome.

TIA, GA

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