Disk percentage

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AS/400 ASP
If current ASP is 65% used from 10TB and if 1TB is removed from the rack how much ASP percentage would get increased? I said it is 75%. Can anyone improve this answer?

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V7R1, Power 7
ASKED: March 19, 2013  4:33 PM
UPDATED: March 19, 2013  6:08 PM

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  • BigKat
    Depends... was that terabyte of space assigned to that ASP?  ;)
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  • BigKat
    ... and this really sounds like a homework/class study problem.  We don't typically answer those types of questions, as you won't learn if you don't do them yourself.  We WILL gladly help you out with problems once you have shown what you have tried and where you are still stuck. 
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  • TomLiotta
    Can anyone improve this answer?   Yes.   The 65% figure indicates a ratio to 100%. If the ratio is altered by reducing 100% to 90%, but the 65% remains unchanged; the new ratio is 65 to 90.   That should be a straightforward figure to find. It should also illustrate why you can't simply add 10% to 65%.   Tom
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  • didinu
    New ASP utilization will be 72.2%. So the increased percentage could be 7.7
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  • TomLiotta
    So the increased percentage could be 7.7   Close, but not quite right.   Tom
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