Memory is no problem. Match up the combination of
Pool definitions
And
Routing entries
from WRKSBS
with WRKSHRPOOL. For example QBATCH may have multiple routing entries. If
I look at *ANY I will see:
Pool identifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : 2
and the pool definitions show:
Pool Storage
ID Size (K)
1 *BASE
2 *SHRPOOL1

Now, if I look at WRKSHRPOOL you can match those up.

You do not allocate processor by subsystem. I'm sure you've seen
WRKACTJOB showing something in QINTER and then later something in QBATCH
using something close to or even exceeding 100% of CPU. But if you want a
snapshot there are some performance files you can analyze to see what
subsystem is consuming what amount of processor. Attached is a snapshot
from iNav. Remember, that's just analyzing performance data that exists
on your system. I am bcc'ing you since attachments are stripped from the
list.




Rob Berendt

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