Thank you.

SELECT JBNAME, JBUSER, JBTHAC, JBTHCT
FROM qpfrdata.QAPMJOBMI
ORDER BY jbthct desc

Job Active Threads
Name user threads created
QSJSENDER ROB 1 440
HTTP QNOTES 259 266
HTTP QNOTES 260 264
DOTS QNOTES 214 225
DOTS QNOTES 215 223
QFFFFFA8A ROB 1 216
QSJHEARTBT ROB 1 215
PORT50410 MIMIXOWN 12 163

I was kind of thinking that one of these columns would top out at 8. But
I guess this is telling me that it is using a lot of threads, not how many
can be processed at once.

I read the suggested articles.

One article mentioned this: Retrieve Processor Multitasking Information
(QWCRTVPR) API. However they spelled the program wrong. This made it
very hard to find.
Kind of a stupid API. So, if I get zero on the parm does that mean:
A: The system may only use the primary thread but no additional threads.
B: The system may use the maximum number of threads that the hardware
supports.
Answer: Yes.
Question: No, wait, A or B?


So I guess this is telling us that "IF" we are using SMT then we're not
using 2 or 4; we're using 8. Just say 7 (primary plus 7 additional). I
think there's a long way to go to fill up this integer value. Also makes
it so some software vendor doesn't have to cross reference a table to see
how many the hardware supports (which is subject to change based on OS, TR
or PTF level).



Rob Berendt

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