Guillermo,


I think that what Rob suggested was that you checked the message queue
for connect and disconnect msgs. If you printed the log you could find
the time and date that corresponds to each event. A simple program
could analyze and send that info to a DB file (or whatever you need).


Regards,

Luis Rodriguez
IBM Certified Systems Expert — eServer i5 iSeries

P.S: Rob, my apologies if I misunderstood your message...



On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 11:01 AM, Guillermo Payero<guille_pm@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello all,

             Maybe I did not expressed correctly. I am actually trying to get a count of the minutes spent in dial-up connections. I have searched in some performance redbooks but did not find a way to do it.

Warmest regards!


IIRC, when you create a *ASYNC line you can specify a particular queue
for the messages it sends. There is a system value (QCFGMSGQ) that
allows you to specify the name of the queue.

Regards,


Luis Rodriguez
IBM Certified Systems Expert — eServer i5 iSeries


Any chance that when they go active, and inactive, that a message is
logged into DSPLOG?  If you find the two message id's then you could do a
DSPLOG MSGID(CPF1234 CPF2345)

Also, there are messaging products out there that may help you with this.

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