You're looking in the right place; I'm guessing that you just haven't caught
the culprit in the act.  WRKSYSACT will show both jobs and system tasks and
will allow you to see things which aren't apparent in the WRKACTJOB output.

Your system can slow down for a number of reasons and reaching your
interactive threshold and triggering CFINTnn is only one of them.  Intense
batch processing, index builds, large queries, and many other things can all
have a transitory effect on interactive response times.

When you look at the WRKSYSACT screen during a slowdown, you should see
something at the top using the most resources.  It's also possible that
you've reached, but not exceeded, your threshold.  In this case, your jobs
will be competing for resources and may slow down some without triggering
the governor.

Does your WRKSYSACT output show one or more high-utilization jobs or tasks?
If so, what are they?

Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

Lonnie Kendall
Subject: system slow down.
> Every once in awhile our systems interactive will slow down for no reason.
> I have done the wrksysact and the cfin01 is not using any more cpu's then
> normal.  Does anyone have any idea what I could check to find out what is
> causing this?
> Lonnie Kendall

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