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    Apr 28
    2000

    SMF recording for MSU MULC reporting ?

    Tracy Johnson
    Our DB2 MSU usage calculation for MULC reports seem way too high for us. We
    have BMC's Mainview / CMF reports (using type 30 records ?) that show a
    level that is 1/6th what MULC reports.
    Can anyone suggest what service unit report to use for DB2 accounting
    records to be able to reconcile against the MULC report?
    Thanks in advance.

    Mike Kinnear
    Systems Programmer
    GuideOne Insurance

    "We're all here, 'cause we're not all there!"



    Joel Goldstein
    Mike,
    Are you also accounting for the DB2 time that is charged to the
    applications?
    If the type 30 records you are looking at are only for the DB2 system
    address spaces, you are
    missing most of the charges. Most of the costs of running your Db2 system
    are charged
    to the applications and are in the type 101 records. You have to add it
    all up.

    Regards,
    Joel
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    Message text written by DB2 Data Base Discussion List
    >Our DB2 MSU usage calculation for MULC reports seem way too high for us.
    We
    have BMC's Mainview / CMF reports (using type 30 records ?) that show a
    level that is 1/6th what MULC reports.
    Can anyone suggest what service unit report to use for DB2 accounting
    records to be able to reconcile against the MULC report?
    Thanks in advance.

    Mike Kinnear
    Systems Programmer
    GuideOne Insurance<




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