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question on QUED

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Sep 21, 2010
i have a very active read-only CV - however it does update Queues (being
r/o journals are very small)

although several applications have been subset - the jobs that write to
these queues are still active- so i execute QUED prompt
I note then when a journal fills and the info message is written

DC205030 V75 T53649733 LID=3D4179105942 PROG=3DRHDCRUAL SUBS=3DIDMSNWK7
BFOR=3D438KB

rhdcrual is the program - interestingly - even though i exit qued -
condensing does not free up the journal space

is this because a pre-defined (RHDCRUAL) run unit is considered still
active and as such the BFORS cannot be removed?

the DCMT D RUNUNIT shows:

TYPE QUEUE
DRIVER TASK ID 0000000002
SUBSCHEMA IDMSNWK7
NODE
DICTNAME/DBNAME SYSTEM
IDLE INTERVAL OFF
PREDEFINED RUN UNITS 2
RUN UNIT ALLOCATIONS 162
RUN UNIT FREES 162
OVERFLOW RUN UNITS 0
AREA NAME DDLDCRUN
USAGE MODE SHARED UPDATE
TYPE BOUND IN-USE ALLOCS OWNING TASK
PERM YES NO 161
PERM YES NO 1


Chris Hoelscher
IDMS/DB2 System & Database Architect
Humana Inc
502-476-2538
choelscher@humana.com

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Re: question on QUED
"Chris,

My guess is that QUED filled Journal (Say J1) and the COMT/ENDJ is written to J2. So first condense of J1 will keep the BFOR images for QUED. The next condense should get rid of them.

HTH

Pete

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