How to reduce % system used in AS/400

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% system ASP used . . : 90.6553 30/01/13 12:04:42 
% CPU used . . . . . . . : 16.5 
Auxiliary storage: % DB capability . . . . : 10.2 
System ASP . . . . . . : 181.1 G 
Elapsed time . . . . . . : 00:06:20 
% system ASP used . . : 90.6553 
Jobs in system . . . . . : 51075 
Total . . . . . . . . : 224.1 G 
% perm addresses . . . . : .090 
Current unprotect used : 8575 M 
% temp addresses . . . . : 14.067 
Maximum unprotect . . : 9154 M 
Type changes (if allowed), press Enter. System Pool Reserved Max -----DB----- ---Non-DB--- Pool Size (M) Size (M) Active Fault Pages Fault Pages 1 262.68 144.47 +++++ .0 .0 5.5 6.6 2 1106.83 2.03 73 11.2 5651 15.4 48.6 3 4300.76 .00 200 4.3 27.4 9.1 34.8 4 57.27 .02 20 .0 .2 2.3 6.7


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  • TomLiotta
    how less % system ASP used   Delete objects from the system, or make objects smaller.   We don't know how your system is used, so we don't know what might be deleted. You might have lots of junk in IFS directories, you might have lots of journal receivers that you never clean up, or you might simply keep adding records to files without ever purging or reorganizing.   The first thing you need to do is find out where your space is being used. The RTVDSKINF and RTVDIRINF commands build databases about your system's space usage. The PRTDSKINF and PRTDIRINF commands print reports from those databases, or you can run your own queries.   Tom
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  • Iseriesas400
    m not aware abt your server threshold level. before reaching threshold level. clear all the jouranl receivers by taking backup. then delete some unwanted datas. so automatically ur server ASP ll get reduce.
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  • ToddN2000
    We have a lot of user that create work files, mainly at month end or year end and never clean the up. Once a QTR I run a job like, DSPFD FILE(MYLIB/*ALL) TYPE(*MBRLIST) OUTPUT(*OUTFILE) OUTFILE(QTEMP/MYFILES). Then query this file for large size usage files and and look for files with a high number of deleted records and reorg them.
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  • ToddN2000
    Forgot to add this. If you run this for *ALL libraries, check with the user who created the file before you delete anything. Some people need older data for analysis purposes.  Reorgs usually can be done with out the users knowledge. You just need to make sure there are no object locks on the file.
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  • SujitNair2013

    1) If there is a drastic increase, then there should be some program currently running on your system which shoots your disk space. You may HOLD the job if you identify.

    2) If it is increased day to day then you may run RTVDSKINF and can see were the space alloted.

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