06-09-2000 05:25 PM
Why it is that when during peak time, when all the 40 users are logon to system, the system performance is very slow. From the MPE/iX prompt, if you do a LISTF command you can see the list appearing one character by one character.
How to check what maybe the cause?
06-12-2000 05:26 AM
Then do a showproc on each of the pin#s under the running heading.
From what you described I would look at the tuning of the CQ. The default min quantium of 1 can cause thrashing. I like to set it to 200:
The other type of problem that can cause the reaults you are seeing are network related. do a linkcontrol @;status=all
look for trans or recv errors.
06-12-2000 05:29 AM
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11-02-2000 09:54 AM
11-02-2000 11:55 AM
Run either Glance or SOS as suggested above and find out why. There is no substitute in performance tuning for hard data.