If a process is not taking much CPU while not impacting paging, the issue is unlikely memory; what memory pool it runs in will not matter. More likely it is the priority of the process which is limiting the CPU that is available to that process versus others with a better priority, or that the application needs to be coded to take advantage of parallel processing due to any serialized nature of its work, or if already the application is very parallel then it may need to reduce impact of waits due to too much time spent in serialization versus actual work, or ???

There is a newsgroup ibm.software.iseries.pase dedicated to PASE on the news server news://news.software.ibm.com

Regards, Chuck

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