Adding *JOBDATA to QAUDLVL / What can we expect…

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Hi - We are considering changing QAUDLVL System Value to capture *JOBDATA information. We have concerns that this may capture a whole of data but not sure exactly what to expect. If anyone has any experience we can leverage ot would be greatly appreciated.
ASKED: June 27, 2008  3:54 PM
UPDATED: April 29, 2010  7:30 AM

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Hello,

Found a website that may help you…

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r4/index.jsp

TPinky

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add the value to QAUDLVL and see what results after 24 hours. Since journal management for QAUDJRN ought to be configured for automatic handling by i5/OS and you should be saving your receivers regularly (daily?), the volume shouldn’t be a concern.

After 24 hours, remove *JOBDATA and compare receiver sizes for the previous week.

It’s extremely unlikely that you’d be tight enough on space that 24 hours will make a significant difference. If it does, your system has more serious problems — an error that causes excessive spooled output would be more dangerous to you.

Tom

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