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Nov 28, 2018

 

IEAIPS00 Parameters of an installation performance specification


(that control Workload Manager of System Resource Manager.)



IPS=05 Was used in the day when IMS was active. Preserving IMS response time
was the greatest concern.

CPU=10.0,IOC=2.0,MSO=3.0 /* IEAIPS05 03/80 */ 00000010
WKL=(1,5,9,10) /*LAST UPDATED 06/06/80*/ 00000020
OBJ=1,SRV=(1000,*,*,1000) /*----DAY TIME IPS-----*/ 00000030
DMN=1,CNSTR=(3,5,255) /*STC */ 00000040
DMN=2,CNSTR=(8,8,150) /*TEST IMS/IMS */ 00000050
DMN=3,CNSTR=(1,2,150) /*1ST PER TSO */ 00000060
DMN=4,CNSTR=(0,3,100) /*NON SETUP BATCH */ 00000070
DMN=5,CNSTR=(0,3,50) /*PRODUCTION BATCH 2ND PER TSO */ 00000080
DMN=6,CNSTR=(0,3,50) /*SETUP/LOW PRI BATCH */ 00000090
PGN=1,(DMN=6,OBJ=1,APG=05,ISV=10K) /* CLASS B,F */ 00000100
PGN=2,(DMN=3,OBJ=1,APG=04,ISV=600,DUR=600) /* 1ST PERIOD TSO */ 00000110
(DMN=5,OBJ=1,APG=04,ISV=10K) /* 2ND PERIOD TSO */ 00000120
PGN=3,(DMN=4,OBJ=1,APG=05,ISV=10K) /* CLASS A,E */ 00000130
PGN=4,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* TEST IMS/MSG REG */ 00000140
PGN=5,(DMN=5,OBJ=1,APG=06,ISV=10K) /* PRODUCTION BATCH */ 00000150
PGN=6,(DMN=1,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* STC */ 00000160
PGN=8,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* IMS CTL REG */ 00000170
PGN=9,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 1 */ 00000180
PGN=10,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 2 */ 00000190
PGN=11,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 3 */ 00000200
PGN=12,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 4 ADF */ 00000210
PGN=13,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 5 ADF */ 00000220
PGN=14,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 6 SPAVE*/ 00000230
PGN=15,(DMN=6,OBJ=1,APG=05,ISV=10K) /* CLASS C JOBS */ 00000240
PGN=16,(DMN=6,OBJ=1,APG=05,ISV=10K) /* CLASS D JOBS */ 00000250

IEAIPS06

IPS=06 Was activated by the operator using "T IPS=06" when Online IMS was shut
down in the evening and production batch processing was started.

CPU=10.0,IOC=2.0,MSO=3.0 /* IEAIPS05 03/80 */ 00000010
WKL=(1,5,9,10) /*LAST UPDATED 06/06/80*/ 00000020
OBJ=1,SRV=(1000,*,*,1000) /*------NIGHT IPS------*/ 00000030
DMN=1,CNSTR=(3,5,255) /*STC */ 00000040
DMN=2,CNSTR=(8,8,150) /*TEST IMS/IMS */ 00000050
DMN=3,CNSTR=(1,2,150) /*1ST PER TSO */ 00000060
DMN=4,CNSTR=(2,3,100) /*NON SETUP BATCH */ 00000070
DMN=5,CNSTR=(5,7,100) /*PRODUCTION BATCH 2ND PER TSO */ 00000080
DMN=6,CNSTR=(2,3,40) /*SETUP/LOW PRI BATCH */ 00000090
PGN=1,(DMN=6,OBJ=1,APG=05,ISV=10K) /* CLASS B,F */ 00000100
PGN=2,(DMN=3,OBJ=1,APG=04,ISV=600,DUR=600) /* 1ST PERIOD TSO */ 00000110
(DMN=5,OBJ=1,APG=04,ISV=10K) /* 2ND PERIOD TSO */ 00000120
PGN=3,(DMN=4,OBJ=1,APG=05,ISV=10K) /* CLASS A,E */ 00000130
PGN=4,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* TEST IMS/MSG REG */ 00000140
PGN=5,(DMN=5,OBJ=1,APG=06,ISV=10K) /* PRODUCTION BATCH */ 00000150
PGN=6,(DMN=1,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* STC */ 00000160
PGN=8,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* IMS CTL REG */ 00000170
PGN=9,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 1 */ 00000180
PGN=10,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 2 */ 00000190
PGN=11,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 3 */ 00000200
PGN=12,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 4 ADF */ 00000210
PGN=13,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 5 ADF */ 00000220
PGN=14,(DMN=2,OBJ=1,APG=13,ISV=10K) /* MSG REGION 6 SPAVE*/ 00000230
PGN=15,(DMN=6,OBJ=1,APG=05,ISV=10K) /* CLASS C JOBS */ 00000240
PGN=16,(DMN=6,OBJ=1,APG=05,ISV=10K) /* CLASS D JOBS */ 00000250

Parameter in IEASYSxx

IPS=xx

Notes

The IPS contains five catagories of information. They must be specified in the order shown.


1. Service definition coefficients:


[CPU=xx.x] [IOC=xx.x] [MSO=xx.x]


2. Workload levels


WKL=(xxx,xxx [,xxx])


3. Performance objectives


OBJ=xx, SRV=(xx [, . . .])


4. Domains


DMN=xxx,CNSTR=(xxx,xxx,xxx)


5. Performance groups


PGN=xx, (DMN=xx, OBJ=xx, DUR=xxxxxxxxx

[,UNIT=x,] [,ISV=xxxxxx] [,RTB=x]

[,APG=xx] )

[( . . .)]





Syntax

*

Comments are permitted wherever blanks are allowed.
*

The general format of a comment is: /* comment text */
*

Columns 72-80 are ignored.

Parameters
Keyword Meaning

Value

Range


Default

Value
APG

Specifies the dispatching priority within the APG range that will be assigned to a transaction. The APG is divided into three distinct groups:

*

Mean-time-to wait 0 - 6
*

Rotate 11
*

Fixed 7-10, 12-15

0-15 6
CNSTR

Specifies the constraints of a domain, that is , the minimum MPL, the maximum MPL, and the weighting factor, respectively. All three must be specified. The value ranges for each are:

*

minimum MPL 0-255
*

maximum MPL 0-255
*

weighting factor 1-255

(see left) none
CPU

Indicates the number by which accumulated CPU service units will be multiplied.


0.0-0.9 1.0
DMN

Specifies a unique number that is used to associate a domain with a transaction.


1-128
DUR Specifies the length of the performance group period in units indicated by the UNT keyword.

0-999999999

or

0-999999K
none
IOC

Indicates the number by which accumulated I/O service units will be multiplied.


0.0-99.9 1.0
ISV The interval service value specifies the minimum number of service units that a transaction should receive during each interval of real storage occupancy.

100-999999

or

100-999K


100
MSO

Indicates the number by which accumulated storage service units will be multiplied


0.0-99.9 1.0
OBJ

Specifies a unique number that associates the performance objective with a particular period in the processing of a transaction.


1-64 none
PGN

Specifies a unique identifier for a performance group definition. This number is used to associate a job, job step or time-sharing session with the respective performance group.


1-255 none
RTB

Specifies the response/throughput bias for a particular performance group period.


0-1 0
SRV

Specifies the service rates that define performance objectives.


0-9999 none
UNT

Specifies the units for the DUR parameter. "S" indicates service units, "R" indicates real time in seconds.


S,R S
WKL

Specifies a series of positive number of increasing value. They provide a reference for defining performance objectives. There can be up to 32 numbers in any workload level specification.


1-128 none
CPU

Specifies the weighting factor by which the recommendation of the CPU load adjusting function is to be multiplied, when an address space is evaluated for swapping.


0.0-9.9 0.1
IOC

Specifies the weighting factor by which the recommendation of the I/O load adjusting function is to be multiplied, when an address space is evaluated for swapping.


0.0-9.9 0.1
ERV

Specifies the "enqueue residence value". This is a multiplication factor used to calculate the amount of task execution time during which an address space should not be swapped out.


0-999999 1



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