Collecting System Performance Values.

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I need to get some values like total CPU usage, Number of active jobs by catagory, excessive CPU usage by a job (which may be looping), Jobs with messages waiting to be answered and similar information. I have to write these values to a file every five minutes. These values will be graphically displayed on a giant TV screen for everyone to find out if something is out of the ordinary. Are there API's to get this info?

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There are several options to do this but one that you should have on your system is
<b>STRPFRT </b>command on any command line to show the IBM Performance Tools menu.
or
You can use <b>PRTPEXRPT</b> on Program and procedure statistics on calls, CPU usage and I/O Sampling of CPU usage of program and procedure instructions Detailed record of performance related events as they occurred.

I hope this helps.

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  • Tpinky
    I run these jobs... PRTSYSRPT MBR(@@STATM) JOBD(*NONE) PRTSYSRPT MBR(@@STATM) PERIOD(('09:00') ('15:00')) JOBD(*NONE) ANZPFRDTA MBR(@@STATM) OUTPUT(*PRINT) PERIOD(('07:00') ('17:00')) DSPPFRGPH GRAPH(QIBMPKG) MBR(@@STATM) TITLE(system name) OUTPUT(*PRINT) PRTDEV(*NONGRAPHIC) OUTQ(QUSRSYS/library) PAGELEN(51) TYPE(*GPHPKG) JOBD(*NONE) PRTCPTRPT MBR(@@STATM) JOBD(*NONE) ANZPFRDTA MBR(@@STATM) OUTPUT(*PRINT) PERIOD(('00:00') ('09:00')) ANZPFRDTA MBR(@@STATM) OUTPUT(*PRINT) PERIOD(('15:00') ('24:00')) And get these reports... Percentage of Disk Occupied vs. Time System Report Workload Performance Advisor Report Asynchronous Disk I/O per Second vs. Time Communications IOP Utilization vs. Time Communications Line Utilization vs. Time CPU Utilization vs. Time (Priority) CPU Utilization vs. Time (Job Type) Disk Arm Utilization vs. Time Disk IOP Utilization vs. Time Percentage of Disk Occupied vs. Time Local Workstation IOP Utilization vs. Time Multifunction IOP (Comm) Util vs. Time Multifunction IOP (Disk) Util vs. Time Interactive Response Time vs. Time Synchronous Disk I/O per Second vs. Time Transactions per Hour vs. Time Total Disk I/O per Second vs. Time Component Report Component Interval Activity
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  • Gilly400
    Hi, You can also use iSeries navigator to setup your performance collections. Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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