z/OS - OT & not DB2 related. Request for assembler program.....

Max Scarpa

z/OS - OT & not DB2 related. Request for assembler program.....
Estimeed listers, my unique and only friends, I've not any friend better
than you..... (not bad as flattery, isn't it ?)

I'm looking for an assembler routine that display the instantaneous CPU
usage (like the value you see in SDSF panel when you type DA OJOB for
instance), for S390 2.10 or z/OS.

Can anyone point to a web site or tell me where I can find such routine ? I
need it for a better scheduling of DB2 night batch jobs.

Thank you in advance. I'll put in a good word for the lady/gentleman who'll
provide the routine (with Santa or whoever is the equivalent ).

With best regards

Max Scarpa

Senior DB2 sysprog
WLM Administrator
Storage administrator
Senior dish washer

Santa Claus Data Centre
Cars and Dolls Division (not inflatable dolls, that's another division)
Mainframe department
North Pole

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Aurora Dellanno

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(in response to Max Scarpa)
Max,

This is the first reply to your question from IBM-MAIN (if there's more
later, you can look them up at the url at the bottom):

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On Thu, 2003-12-11 at 20:24, Dell'Anno, Aurora Emanuela wrote:

> Estimeed listers, my unique and only friends, I've not any friend better
> than you..... (not bad as flattery, isn't it ?)
>
Yes.
But then maybe I'm not the one to judge flattery ...

> I'm looking for an assembler routine that display the instantaneous CPU
> usage (like the value you see in SDSF panel when you type DA OJOB for
> instance), for S390 2.10 or z/OS.
>
Instantaneous ???
Trust the source Max ...
RMF - pure and simple. SU consumption over time.
Simple arithmetic.

> Can anyone point to a web site or tell me where I can find such routine ?
I
> need it for a better scheduling of DB2 night batch jobs.

Maybe you should have a look at RMF PM.
Personally I find it has serious limitations - in fact I think it's a
crock ...
Anything written in Java has a pretty serious handicap to overcome.
But have a look, it might be what you want.

Shane ...

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Estimeed listers, my unique and only friends, I've not any friend better
than you..... (not bad as flattery, isn't it ?)

I'm looking for an assembler routine that display the instantaneous CPU
usage (like the value you see in SDSF panel when you type DA OJOB for
instance), for S390 2.10 or z/OS.

Can anyone point to a web site or tell me where I can find such routine ? I
need it for a better scheduling of DB2 night batch jobs.

Thank you in advance. I'll put in a good word for the lady/gentleman who'll
provide the routine (with Santa or whoever is the equivalent ).

With best regards

Max Scarpa

Senior DB2 sysprog
WLM Administrator
Storage administrator
Senior dish washer

Santa Claus Data Centre
Cars and Dolls Division (not inflatable dolls, that's another division)
Mainframe department
North Pole

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Wayne Driscoll

Re: z/OS - OT & not DB2 related. Request for assembler program.....
(in response to Aurora Dellanno)
Max,
What version of OS/390 or z/OS are you on? SDSF is (was?) shipped in
source form, look for ISF. Libraries. You should be able to find the
code there.
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Estimeed listers, my unique and only friends, I've not any friend better
than you..... (not bad as flattery, isn't it ?)

I'm looking for an assembler routine that display the instantaneous CPU
usage (like the value you see in SDSF panel when you type DA OJOB for
instance), for S390 2.10 or z/OS.

Can anyone point to a web site or tell me where I can find such routine
? I need it for a better scheduling of DB2 night batch jobs.

Thank you in advance. I'll put in a good word for the lady/gentleman
who'll provide the routine (with Santa or whoever is the equivalent ).

With best regards

Max Scarpa

Senior DB2 sysprog
WLM Administrator
Storage administrator
Senior dish washer

Santa Claus Data Centre
Cars and Dolls Division (not inflatable dolls, that's another division)
Mainframe department North Pole

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Max Scarpa

Re: z/OS - OT & not DB2 related. Request for assembler program.....
(in response to Wayne Driscoll)
Hi Wayne

I found a SRC library where there are some pieces of code I'll check
better. But what I want to find is a routine that simply gives me the cpu
usage in my machine in a particular moment using (maybe via REXX) OS/390
(we are at 2.10) services or 'browsing' storage fields.

Anyway thank you for your reply

Regards
Max Scarpa

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