Too high % temp. addr. in WRKSYSSTS – AS/400 aka iSeries

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In WRKSYSSTS the temp. addr. is too high and not getting lower after IPL. % perm addresses . . . . : 0,128 % temp addresses . . . . : 10,453 Can anybody tell me how to get this % lower? thnx Rita

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Hi,

Have you looked at your job table limits? Use the command dspjobtbl.

Also look at your QACTJOB and QADLACTJ system values.

Hope that helps.

Juliet

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Why do you have the idea that they’re too high? I wouldn’t be concerned until the percentages hit maybe the 90% mark, and then I’d only be concerned if they were rising at a rate that seemed would pass 100% before I planned the next i5/OS upgrade. I’ve never seen an AS/400 system get as high as 90%, though I’ve heard that some large high-volume CISC systems did years ago. I haven’t heard of it since RISC systems have settled in.

Tom

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    Hi, Have you looked at your job table limits? Use the command dspjobtbl. Also look at your QACTJOB and QADLACTJ system values. Hope that helps. Juliet
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