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Re:Running IDMS 16 with PAV

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jul 27, 2006
Hi,



I haven't asked this question in a long time. So is anyone actually
running IDMS 16 on PAV enabled DASD? My system programmer is talking
about dynamic alias allocation where the workload manager decides where
an alias should be used. If you are using 16 on PAV enabled DASD are you
using it with SMS PAV defined pools or dynamic allocation using the
workload manager to manage.



Thanks



Chris Wood

Alberta Department of Energy

CANADA
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Programs running below the line
"Mike et al,



Thanks for the info. ""Programs running below the line require storage
from pool 0"". I thought so, but wanted expert confirmation.



The sysgen didn't even have an XA Program pool so ALL non-reentrant
programs were loaded below the line. Needless to say, it does today,
but the CV has already gone SOS 7 times today.



The 16.2 doc just arrived! Now the fun begins trying to install it on
OS390 (ZOS should be available on the test LPAR in about a month) . If
anybody knows that 16.2 on OS390 is impossible, or that there are any
special gotchas, please advise,



TIA for all the assistance,



John Wheeler




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"Re: Pool 0 is SOS, 128 and 256 have lots of space"
"I would see why you are using so much Below the line storage in pool 0.
With a hi-water of 3977 getting very little storage is going to cause
you to go SOS, not counting what you cushion is set at.

Check do you have many programs loading in your below the line program
pools, use the command: DISPLAY ACTIVE PROGRAMS, and DISPLAY ACTIVE RENT
PROGRAMS and see if you can get them into the XA program pools, via
recompiles/linkedits.

Also look for program obtaining Below the line storage or programs
defined as to load below.

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