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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.

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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 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
(704) 641-0296



************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.

Bill

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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Formula for calculating how much space needed for an Unload/Reload
"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
(704) 641-0296



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is CA-SupCon down again?
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Re: [IDMSVENDOR-L] is CA-SupCon down again?
"for what it is worth - i was able to get in and browse open issues (none
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Re: CA-World
"Kay,

CA has published most of the presentations in PDF form on the CA-World
website. If you go to the search sessions tab and look for the IDMS
sessions, you will get a list of all sessions and the PDF for each.

The Judy K discussed directions and futures for the product. The 17.0
features were reviewed by Judy Dillman from development and many of the
sessions surrounded modernizing and extending IDMS and supporting
applications. Most of the presentations of a technical nature are posted.

The flow of the sessions was well done (thanks Carla) and the information
very relevant to bringing IDMS to the WEB and GUI applications.

Linda Casey
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