Aren't you an iSeries guy ? :-) I would imagine you would start with WRKSYSSTS.

Run it where you can get the memory it needs. I believe QSYSWRK/QUSRWRK is where we usually submit it. This is where most server jobs seem to go.

You can also create a custom subsystem to lock memory just for Tomcat if needed.

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message: 5
date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 09:14:09 -0700
from: James Lampert <jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Questions about subsystems and performance (both in general
and specific to Tomcat)

Questions from my boss:

How does one tell which subsystem has more allocated processing power
and memory?

And when running Tomcat, is there a particular subsystem that it should
be running in, for best performance?

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JHHL




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