It was a case of hurry-up programming to try to satisfy a demanding
consultant coupled with bad data entry. A very bad combination. What
I saw gave the appearance of a stalled job. But, it was in a tight
loop. Too many things were backed up this morning to give me the
luxury of looking at the program to see >why< it had appeared to have
"stalled". The obvious of job being put on hold was not the case.
Dumb, stupid program error. Which has been fixed.

I panicked. Doesn't bode well for a day to start off like that.

We now return control to more appropriate subjects.

John McKee

On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 10:38 AM, Darryl Freinkel
<dfreinkel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
What size machine/LPAR is this occurring on?

I have had experiences on the smaller systems or LPARS that are set up with
a minimum of everything. The jobs do stall. This has been confirmed by IBM

SQL is a particular culprit experiencing this problem.

It seems that ILE programs need a certain minimum resource, but it's not
published anywhere.

Darryl Freinkel | Assignment 400 Group, Inc.

Tel: 770.321.8562 ext 111

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