Shane,

I would think you would want to consider using a separate memory pool for
your WAS (and HTTP) servers.  Using the CHGSBSD command, add a shared pool
to both the WAS (QASEn) and HTTP (QHTTPSVR) subsystems (using the same pool
number will put them into the same shared pool).  Then change the routing
entries so that everything runs out of the shared pool (I believe it will
be something like CHGRTGE SBSD(xxxxxx) SEQNBR(9999) POOLID(n)).  Once you
have isolated all of the processing you can adjust your memory allocation
to the shared pool (IIRC IBM recommends at least 4MB dedicated to them).
Also, the documentation I have seen recommends you actually turn automatic
performance adjustment off (QPFRADJ=0).  That's how our box is set up,
although we're still in development (actually our production box is set the
same way, we just haven't put our WebFacing project into production yet
:-).  Historically having your applications running in *BASE always will
cause performance hiccups.

HTH

- Dave



----- Message from Bryan Dietz <BDietz@xxxxxxxxxx> on Mon, 17 Apr 2006
12:44:16 -0400 -----
                                                                           
       To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries <web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>          
                                                                           
  Subject: Re: [WEB400] webfacing problems...                              
                                                                           

You still should use *CALC that goes along with  QPFRADJ = 2

WAS uses the *BASE pool and 2gb is not enough (in my opinion)

And with the system being a 2/4 way I think 8 gb is a little light on
memory.
(Although I do not know the entire system setup)

I

_____________________________
Bryan Dietz
Aktion Associates




web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 04/17/2006 08:06:29 AM:

-> Thanks for the info guys...
->
-> I should have stated in a prior email, that we've just moved to a new
570
-> box...so, the old information I gave you is now outdated...here's the
new
-> info:
->
-> Main storage size (M)  . :        8159.56
->
->               Defined    Max   Allocated   Pool  -Paging Option--
-> Pool         Size (M)  Active  Size (M)     ID   Defined  Current
-> *MACHINE       401.44   +++++      401.44    1   *FIXED   *FIXED
-> *BASE         2155.42     152     2155.42    2   *CALC    *CALC
-> *INTERACT     5117.78     272     5117.78    4   *FIXED   *FIXED
-> *SPOOL         484.91      24      484.91    3   *FIXED   *FIXED
->
-> Model: 570
-> Processor Feature: 7495
->
-> Would these new numbers make any difference?...What kind of impact
would
-> it make on the system if I were to change the *FIXED to *CALC?  Would I

-> have to IPL?
->
-> Shane Cessna
-> iSeries Programmer
-> North American Lighting, Inc.
-> (618) 662-4483 x2776

David R. Sager
ITS Project Leader, BPMS
Office:  (847) 482-2627
Cell:      (847) 489-4941
AIM:  drsatpca


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