Chuck,

I figured it out.

To change the %, you must use upper case - SMSETTEMPSIDWRAP, then for options, type a number 30 to 95.

To view the %, you must use lower case - smgettempsidwrap, then for options, Get Temporary Address Threshold

DISPLAY/ALTER/DUMP
Running macro: SMGETTEMPSIDWRAP GET TEMPORARY ADDRESS THRESHOL
Temp Sid Wrap Threshold: 30%

Tech Doc was a bit confusing.

Thanks
Paul

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Subject: RE: V7R1 Production LPAR WRKSYSSTS % temp addresses . . . . : 5.555

Chuck,

I went through the process to change the %, no issue there.
But what if you simply want to view the current %, is that possible?

Paul

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Subject: Re: V7R1 Production LPAR WRKSYSSTS % temp addresses . . . . : 5.555

On 23-Dec-2015 08:04 -0700, Steinmetz, Paul wrote:
Revisiting this.
What is the Advanced Analysis Option to only view the current
SMSETTEMPSIDWRAP macro setting?


Attributing the following quoted text, as being from the TechNote:
[http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas8N1015972]
_Temporary Addresses_ Reference #: N1015972 Historical Number: 347970291

<<SNIP>>

Notes:
1. The SMGETTEMPSIDWRAP macro can be used to retrieve the current
setting.
2. smsettempsidwrap = Set Temporary Address Threshold 3.
smgettempsidwrap = Get Temporary Address Threshold <<SNIP>>

Seems so conspicuous that the twice-noted smGET... operation provides the /view/ [per "retrieve the current setting" in "Notes:"] of what was established by the smSET... [or as possibly "reset" by the LIC, per the /snipped/ text quoted from the TechNote document], perhaps I did not understand the question.?

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