mike.olmstead

Multitask CV

Discussion created by mike.olmstead on Jan 5, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 5, 2017 by Fishman

One of our production cv's has been set to multitask since the beginning of time.

 

Over the years we have upgraded processors, now on a z13, and increased our MIPS allowance.

 

I'm just wondering if we need to run with multitasking on anymore.  Is there a rule of thumb?

 

Any thoughts or recommendations are appreciated.

 

Here are the numbers for a cv that's been up 18 days.

 

         

      • Display all subtasks ***

                Work            Task dispatch

Name       Nr  type  Status         count        Wakeup count   Total CPU time

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MAINTASK   01  IDMS   IDLE         8,494,031          343,180    10:04.247647

SUBT0001   02  IDMS   BUSY        50,615,148        3,698,225    56:59.790171

SUBT0002   03  IDMS   BUSY       274,807,079       37,264,304   05:50:33.4251

SUBT0003   04  IDMS   BUSY      2,571,797e03     1,979,407e03   2:13:38:24.50

V1  ENTER NEXT TASK CODE:      CA IDMS release 19.0 tape GJJ04I node IDMSV01

 

 

 

      • Subtask display ***

Subtask          Elapsed time                  Total CPU time         % CPU  SRB

Name         TCB            SRB            TCB            SRB       TCB SRB

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MAINTASK   15:17.715290   00:00.000000   10:04.433510   00:00.000000  65 N/A  N

SUBT0001  01:35:29.0673   00:00.000000   57:00.071678   00:00.000000  59 N/A  N

SUBT0002  08:12:10.6985   00:00.000000  05:50:34.5794   00:00.000000  71 N/A  N

SUBT0003  3:06:42:24.82   00:00.000000  2:13:38:31.38   00:00.000000  78 N/A  N

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Totals    3:16:45:22.30   00:00.000000  2:20:36:10.46   00:00.000000  77 N/A

V1  ENTER NEXT TASK CODE:      CA IDMS release 19.0 tape GJJ04I node IDMSV01

 

 

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