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Re:Re: Formula for calculating how much  space needed for an

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Apr 19, 2007
Unload/Reload

Bill Allen wrote:
Hello All:

Does anyone have anything for calculating how much disk space would be
needed for an unload and reload of a CAS 3.0 Data Base? The calculations
almost
seem impossible except for a MIT Trained Mathematician.

Bill Allen
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I would not think that CAS would be any different than an ordinary IDMS
database - you just have to deal with each database area as its own
entity. The generic formula for sizing for an unload/reload is

NewSpace = ( CurrentSpace * PercentFullNow ) / PercentFullDesired

NewSpace and CurrentSpace can be in tracks, bytes, GB, same-sized-pages,
as long as both are in the same unit.


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Re: Formula for calculating how much space needed for an Unload/Reload
"Bill,

Are you talking about the CAS sizing program that took in functional
information and spit out the area sizes?

Linda Casey
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