Thanks Patrik,
I know what the file is used for, but the question is why is the system
doing so much I/O on this file? Normally, it is very low in CPU
utilization. I checked some production systems and the CPU utilization is 0.

Does someone know how to fix this?
I will start with a RCLSTG this morning.
I did do a RCLDBXREF and that responded immediately with no issues. The
*FIX option returned no issues.

Thanks, Darryl.

On Thu, May 6, 2021 at 4:45 AM Patrik Schindler <poc@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello Darryl,

Am 06.05.2021 um 03:43 schrieb a4g atl <a4ginatl2@xxxxxxxxx>:

Going through WRKACTJOB,QDBSRVXR had an abnormally high CPU count. I
displayed the job DBSRVXR and it has a very high I/O count for the cross
reference file QADBXLFN with the count well over 100 million. Why is

I see the 2 jobs alternating state between RUN and DEQW. The job QDBSRVXR
is always in a RUN state and consumes about the same CPU as the 2 jobs
around 15%.

Google turned up nothing really helpful.

"Cross-reference logical files QADBXATR, QADBXDIC, QADBXFIL, QADBXLFI,
QADBXLLB, and QADBXLFN also reflect this field change."

Maybe it helps you to know that QADBXLFN is a "cross reference file"?
According to documentation I found, it is a logical file built by the
system over another system managed PF, QADBXREF.

Maybe the PF or LF is damaged or needs some "love", like RCLSTG?

Probably others can chime in from here.

:wq! PoC

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