Data Propagator Distributed Thread

Larry Jardine

Data Propagator Distributed Thread
My basic question is: At what priority does a distributed thread run at on
the remote system?

Scenario: Dprop Apply job (applying changes DB2 OS/390 to DB2 OS/390). The
Apply job runs in WLM SrvClass "x" and performs great. The SrvClass gets
changed to "y" and performs great (maybe better) on the local system (where
the applies are happening) but the distributed thread is not getting service
on the remote system (where it is getting the data to be applied). The
remote system is a 5-way datasharing environment and I cannot predict which
member / lpar the thread will run on. Does SrvClass "y" get passed along to
the remote system?

Secondary question: Can I use Omegamon to identify the distributed thread
(on the remote system)?


Thanks in advance,

Larry

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Dave Shapiro

Re: Data Propagator Distributed Thread
(in response to Larry Jardine)
Larry,

1)No (not exactly sure but I would not think that it would, and your observations seem to indicate this as well)
2)Yes

Dave

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My basic question is: At what priority does a distributed thread run at on the remote system?

Scenario: Dprop Apply job (applying changes DB2 OS/390 to DB2 OS/390). The Apply job runs in WLM SrvClass "x" and performs great. The SrvClass gets changed to "y" and performs great (maybe better) on the local system (where the applies are happening) but the distributed thread is not getting service on the remote system (where it is getting the data to be applied). The remote system is a 5-way datasharing environment and I cannot predict which member / lpar the thread will run on. Does SrvClass "y" get passed along to the remote system?

Secondary question: Can I use Omegamon to identify the distributed thread (on the remote system)?


Thanks in advance,

Larry

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