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Shadow Z Services from Neon Systems

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Nov 23, 2005
Hello All:

I am installing this software at one of my client sites. They currently
use the Aquisoft Software.

I do not understand the relationship between the #OCAOPTS and the BRXCSA
macros?

Has anyone out there installed this software and have an understanding
of these macros?

Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Bill Allen

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Shadow Z Services from Neon Systems
"Hello All:

I am installing this software at one of my client sites. They currently use
the Aquisoft Software.

I do not understand the relationship between the #OCAOPTS and the BRXCSA
macros?

Has anyone out there installed this software and have an understanding of
these macros?

Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Bill Allen

"
IDMS Public Discussion Forum
IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM
SMTP
IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM
IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM
SMTP








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Re: Why did I go SOS?
"The most likely answer deals with pool fragmentation; if some process needed 800K contiguous, even a pool with 8M ""left"" (by subtracting HWM from pool size) may not have a single chunk big enough to satisfy a large request. A DCMT D AC STO poolid will present a pool map; it will probably show a lot of partially allocated blocks scattered around your pool 129, and not large blocks tottally free (200 contiguous pages w/ nothing in them are needed for an 800K request).

As to the SOS conditions and counters; I forget the exact details but there are differences between what condition is raised and what statistic is updated depending on whether or not: 1) a pool has less than ""cushion"" left, 2) a request could not be satisfied out of a particular pool but WAS satisfied out of some other pool, and 3) a request could not be satisfied out of any pool at all, and a task was put into a wait condition.

* DQC

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