I redid some time trials for DTACPR on SAVOBJ. I took a 26GB data file
and saved it to a save file. Timed it and checked the size of the save
file upon completion.

Object Size Time
datafile 26,811,564,032
*NO 29,963,624,448 06:17
*MEDIUM 4,843,528,192 15:44
*HIGH 4,844,969,984 28:57
Why use *HIGH if it makes a bigger save file (freshly created) and takes
significantly longer than *MEDIUM? No, I didn't do anything different
like save access paths on one and not the other. The data only gets
updated once a week and today is not the day. Does anyone at IBM check
these? Is it different for different objects, like journal receivers or
management collections, versus files?

SAVOBJ OBJ(IFSLIST) LIB(ROUTINES) DEV(*SAVF) OBJTYPE(*FILE) SAVF(ROB/ROB)
DTACPR(*HIGH )

7.1
WRKPTFGRP PTFGRP(*ALL) PTFGRPLVL(*INSTALLED)
PTF Group Level
SF99710 10229
SF99709 27
SF99708 4
SF99707 1
SF99701 6
SF99637 2
SF99627 2
SF99617 5
SF99572 5
SF99369 4
SF99368 5
SF99367 2
SF99366 2
SF99364 3
SF99363 4
SF99362 9
SF99145 1



Rob Berendt

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