Look to see if you're getting a message that says you're getting close to
your interactive capacity limit - you'll see in QSYSOPR. I've seen
systems get very slow when they reach this point.

On Wed, 17 Mar 2004 15:42:27 -0700, "Lonnie Kendall" <Lkendall@xxxxxxxx>
said:
> 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
> Gary-Williams Energy Corporation
> lkendall@xxxxxxxx
> www.gwec.com
> (303) 628-3800 ext 471
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