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Performance Monitor question

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jun 22, 2007
Does anyone know how much overhead is generated by collecting task-wait
statistics (""TSKWAIT=YES"" in #PMOPT)? The overhead I am interested in
is CPU.

Kay Rozeboom
State of Iowa
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Email: Kay.Rozeboom@Iowa.Gov
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Re: Performance Monitor question
"I consider it negligible.
As opposed, say to turning on SMF 30 or SMF4 types. . . .
I think that, to some degree, the TSK WAIT option is dynamic . . .
If you turn it on and it's too much you can turn it off in PMAM PF10 . .
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PM-R16.0 IDMSDC Computer Associates Intl. V20 07.173
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Window : 02

02 Application Monitor Options in Effect
#PMOPT Assembly Date/Time 060112 12:12
Online Options * * Statistics Destinations *
PMAM Active YES Write DC Stats NO
Online Active YES Write to DClog NO
Max # Entities 50 Write to SMF YES
Dflt # Tasks 50 SMF Buffer Size 8180
Statistics Collection * SMF Record ID 220
Dlg Name Used LAST Write SMF Type4 NO
Collect Tsk Wait YES Write SMF Type30 NO
Collect DBkey Wt YES
# of DBkey Recs 5
Terminal Name LTERM
Site Save Allowed YES
User Save Allowed YES

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