DB2 Connect concurrent users

Mike Lawrence

DB2 Connect concurrent users
Hello,
We are running DB2 v5 OS/390 and DB2 Connect V5...we are upgrading to V6 and V7 respectively.
My question is... we have Peoplelsoft and we are trying to understand how many users are using DB2 Connect concurrently is there a log or something that I can check within DB2 Connect to give me this information?
Thanks in advance.



Michael S. Lawrence
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Jeff Faughn

Re: DB2 Connect concurrent users
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If you have DB2 PM Statistics reports, Check the "Statistics Long" search
for "DBATS"... : )




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Hello,
We are running DB2 v5 OS/390 and DB2 Connect V5...we are upgrading to V6
and V7 respectively.
My question is... we have Peoplelsoft and we are trying to understand how
many users are using DB2 Connect concurrently is there a log or something
that I can check within DB2 Connect to give me this information?
Thanks in advance.



Michael S. Lawrence
Systems Programmer
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Philip Gunning

Re: DB2 Connect concurrent users
(in response to Jeff Faughn)
Mike, You can use the license mgr to turn on soft(you can also use hard
which will stop connections when you concurrent user limit is reached)
monitoring from the control center -- this will show you # of concurrent
users. Also using list applications show details will display connected
applications. From IBM, a user is considered a person, so if you have a
client with multiple connections from the same user, it is only considered
one concurrent user. I'm sure Leon can expand on this if needed. HTH Phil

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Subject: DB2 Connect concurrent users


Hello,
We are running DB2 v5 OS/390 and DB2 Connect V5...we are upgrading to V6 and
V7 respectively.
My question is... we have Peoplelsoft and we are trying to understand how
many users are using DB2 Connect concurrently is there a log or something
that I can check within DB2 Connect to give me this information?
Thanks in advance.



Michael S. Lawrence
Systems Programmer
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Gerry McHugh

Re: DB2 Connect concurrent users
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Does this imply that there will only be one thread created in total for all
connections connecting with the same ID?

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Mike, You can use the license mgr to turn on soft(you can also use hard
which will stop connections when you concurrent user limit is reached)
monitoring from the control center -- this will show you # of concurrent
users. Also using list applications show details will display connected
applications. From IBM, a user is considered a person, so if you have a
client with multiple connections from the same user, it is only considered
one concurrent user. I'm sure Leon can expand on this if needed. HTH Phil

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Monday, December 18, 2000 12:15 PM
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Subject: DB2 Connect concurrent users


Hello,
We are running DB2 v5 OS/390 and DB2 Connect V5...we are upgrading to V6 and
V7 respectively.
My question is... we have Peoplelsoft and we are trying to understand how
many users are using DB2 Connect concurrently is there a log or something
that I can check within DB2 Connect to give me this information?

Thanks in advance.



Michael S. Lawrence
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Dave Shapiro

Re: DB2 Connect concurrent users
(in response to Gerry McHugh)
No, there will be multiple threads, but for licensing purposes they will not (or at least should not) add to concurrent thread totals.

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Does this imply that there will only be one thread created in total for all
connections connecting with the same ID?

[McHugh, Gerry]
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Mike, You can use the license mgr to turn on soft(you can also use hard
which will stop connections when you concurrent user limit is reached)
monitoring from the control center -- this will show you # of concurrent
users. Also using list applications show details will display connected
applications. From IBM, a user is considered a person, so if you have a
client with multiple connections from the same user, it is only considered
one concurrent user. I'm sure Leon can expand on this if needed. HTH Phil

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Lawrence [ mailto:[login to unmask email]
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Sent: Monday, December 18, 2000 12:15 PM
To: [login to unmask email]
Subject: DB2 Connect concurrent users


Hello,
We are running DB2 v5 OS/390 and DB2 Connect V5...we are upgrading to V6 and
V7 respectively.
My question is... we have Peoplelsoft and we are trying to understand how
many users are using DB2 Connect concurrently is there a log or something
that I can check within DB2 Connect to give me this information?

Thanks in advance.



Michael S. Lawrence
Systems Programmer
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