Rules not executed

                                                                            
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                   
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.             
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  CPExpert encountered the following version of CICS in the                 
  CICS interval statistics being analyzed:                                  
                                                                            
         CICS/TS for z/OS, Version 2.3                                      
                                                                            
  CPExpert will tailor its analysis based on this version                   
  of CICS.                                                                  
                                                                            
  The following rules will be suppressed.  A rule is suppressed             
  when (1) the required data variables do not exist in your                 
  performance data base, (2) the required data variables are                
  not available for the specific CICS region being analyzed,                
  (3) you are not using the CICS feature being evaluated,                   
  (4) the rule does not apply to the version of CICS being                  
  analyzed, or (5) you have 'turned off' the rule in                        
  USOURCE(CICGUIDE).                                                        
                                                                            
                                                                            
The following rules will be suppressed for CICS/TS for z/OS:                
                                                                            
    RULE: CIC102    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/ESA Version 4.1     
    RULE: CIC103    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/ESA Version 4.1     
    RULE: CIC190    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/TS for OS/390       
    RULE: CIC191    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/ESA Version 4.1     
    RULE: CIC192    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/TS for OS/390       
    RULE: CIC193    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/TS for OS/390       
    RULE: CIC194    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/TS for OS/390       
    RULE: CIC220    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/TS for OS/390       
    RULE: CIC221    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/TS for OS/390       
    RULE: CIC230    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/TS for OS/390       
    RULE: CIC256    NOT APPLICABLE, beginning with CICS/ESA Version 4.1     
    RULE: CIC420    CICCFS6D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC421    CICCFS6D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC423    CICCFS6D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC424    CICCFS6D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC425    CICCFS6D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC440    CICCFS9D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC441    CICCFS9D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC442    CICCFS9D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC443    CICCFS9D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC444    CICCFS9D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC445    CICCFS9D CFDT records were not available                
    RULE: CIC446    CICCFS9D CFDT records were not available                

 


 
No problems were discovered with some CICS region(s):

MESSAGE from CPExpert:                                                      
                                                                            
No problems were discovered with the following regions:                     
                                                                            
         CICS1A8A                                                           
         CICS1A8B                                                           
         CICS1A8C                                                           
         CICS1A9A                                                           
         CICS1A9B                                                           
         CICS1A9C                                                           
         CICS1ABA                                                           
         CICS1ABB                                                           
         CICS1ABC                                                           
         CICS1ACA                                                           
         CICS1ACB                                                           
         CICS1ACC                                                           
         CICS1T8A                                                           
         CICS1T9A                                                           
         CICS1TBA                                                           
         CICS1TCA                                                           
         CICS2A0A                                                           
         CICS2A0B                                                           
         CICS2A0C                                                           
         CICS2A8A                                                           
         CICS2A8B                                                           
         CICS2A8C                                                           
         CICS2A9A                                                           
         CICS2A9B                                                           
         CICS2A9C                                                           
         CICS2AAA                                                           
         CICS2AAB                                                           
         CICS2AAC                                                           
         CICS2ABA                                                           
         CICS2ABB                                                           
         CICS2ABC                                                           
         CICS2ACA                                                           
         CICS2ACB                                                           
         CICS2ACC                                                           
         CICS2AEA                                                           
         CICS2AEB                                                           
         CICS2AEC                                                           
         CICS2AFA                                                           
         CICS2AFB                                                           
         CICS2AFC                                                           
         CICS2AGA                                                           
         CICS2AGB                                                           
         CICS2AGC                                                           
         CICS2F9A                                                           
         CICS2FAA                                                           
         CICS2FBA                                                           
         CICS2FEA                                                           
         CICS2T8A                                                           
         CICS2T9A                                                           
         CICS2TAA                                                           
         CICS2TBA                                                           
         CICS2TCA                                                           
         CICS2TEA                                                           
         CICS2TFA                                                           
         CICS2TGA                                                           
         CICS3A0A                                                           
         CICS3A8A                                                           
         CICS3A9A                                                           
         CICS3AAA                                                           
         CICS3ABA                                                           

 


 
No problems were discovered with some CICS region(s):

         CICS3ACA                                                           
         CICS3AEA                                                           
         CICS3AFA                                                           
         CICS3AGA                                                           
         CICS3T8A                                                           
         CICS3T9A                                                           
         CICS3TAA                                                           
         CICS3TBA                                                           
         CICS3TCA                                                           
         CICS3TEA                                                           
         CICS3TFA                                                           
         CICS3TGA                                                           
         CICS3W8A                                                           
         CICS3W8B                                                           
         CICS3WBA                                                           
         CICS3WBB                                                           
         CICSCTAA                                                           
         CICSCTBA                                                           
         CICSCTCA                                                           
         CICSCTGA                                                           
         CICSCWAA                                                           
         CICSCWAB                                                           
         CICSCWAC                                                           
         CICSCWBA                                                           
         CICSCWBB                                                           
         CICSCWBC                                                           
         CICSCWCA                                                           
         CICSCWCB                                                           
         CICSCWCC                                                           
         CICSCWGA                                                           
         CICSCWGB                                                           
         CICSCWGC                                                           
         CICSWUIP                                                           

 


 
APPLID: CICS5, Overview of rule results

                                                                                                                                    
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                              
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                           
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                     
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                        OVERVIEW OF RULE RESULTS                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                    
                     CIC101       CIC104       CIC112       CIC175       CIC176       CIC251       CIC260       CIC269              
                     --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------       
 02SEP2004:08:00:00     X            X            X            X            X            X            X            X                

 


 
APPLID CICS5, CICS Dispatcher Findings

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                                                                                                  
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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RULE CIC101: CICS REACHED MAXIMUM TASKS TOO OFTEN
The CICS statistics revealed that the number of attached tasks was restricted by the MXT operand, but storage did not appear to be constrained. CPExpert suggests that you consider increasing the MXT value in the System Initialization Table (SIT) for this region. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS NUMBER OF TIMES TASK MXT COLLECTION TIME APPLID ATTACH WAS RESTRICTED VALUE 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 43 200 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 43 200 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 43 200 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAB 43 200 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABA 43 200 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABB 43 200 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACA 43 200 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACB 43 200 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5T9A 43 400 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5TAA 51 400 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5TBA 67 400 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5TCA 45 400
RULE CIC104: MXT SPECIFICATION MAY BE TOO HIGH
The CICS statistics revealed that the number of active transactions was significantly less than the value specified for the MXT keyword in the System Initialization Table (SIT). The MXT value controls the amount of space allocated by CICS for kernel stacks. Too high a value wastes storage and can cause CICS to become short-on-storage or experience other stress conditions. If you are executing in Goal Mode, a large MXT can significantly increase overhead. CPExpert suggests that you consider decreasing the value of the MXT operand for this region. TOTAL TASKS shows both system tasks and user tasks. This finding applies ONLY to the intervals with asterisks (***) in the right column. However, if you have specified %LET CIC104PK=Y; in USOURCE(CICGUIDE), the PEAK USER TRANS represents the peak user transactions for each APPLID, for the entire measurement period. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS TOTAL ---PEAK--- MXT COLLECTION TIME APPLID TASKS USER TRANS VALUE 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 43 10 200 *** 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 43 12 200 *** 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 43 11 200 *** 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAB 43 10 200 *** 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABA 43 12 200 *** 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABB 43 13 200 *** 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACA 43 13 200 *** 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACB 43 13 200 *** 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5T9A 43 10 400 ***

 


 
APPLID CICS5, CICS Dispatcher Findings

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                                                                                                  
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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   STATISTICS                        TOTAL    ---PEAK---    MXT                                                                                                                                         
   COLLECTION TIME      APPLID       TASKS    USER TRANS   VALUE                                                                                                                                        
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5TAA       51         38        400  ***                                                                                                                                    
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5TBA       67         54        400  ***                                                                                                                                    
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5TCA       45         32        400  ***                                                                                                                                    

 


 
APPLID CICS5, CICS Memory Manager Findings

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                                                                                                  
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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RULE CIC112: THE NUMBER OF GETMAINS IS HIGH
The number of GETMAINs issued by tasks is higher than should normally occur. This finding is a "rule of thumb" based upon guidance in IBM's CICS Performance Guide. However, CPExpert suggests that you identify the tasks issuing the abnormal number of GETMAINs, and determine whether the number of storage acquisitions can be reduced. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS TOTAL TOTAL AVG GETMAINS COLLECTION TIME APPLID GETMAINS TASKS PER TASK POOL 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 134,219 1,187 113 ECDSA 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 137,595 1,290 107 ECDSA 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 823,266 27,760 30 ECDSA 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAB 796,373 26,617 30 ECDSA 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABA 676,344 22,024 31 ECDSA 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABB 684,404 22,319 31 ECDSA 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACA 485,064 14,578 33 ECDSA 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACB 557,371 17,468 32 ECDSA 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5T9A 206,258 1,570 131 ECDSA

 


 
APPLID CICS5, CICS VSAM Findings

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                                                                                                  
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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RULE CIC175: THE VSAM LSR POOL WAS SELDOM USED
The CICS statistics revealed that a Local Shared Resources (LSR) Pool was seldom used. The "seldom used" status persisted for more than 50% of the statistics collection intervals being analyzed. The storage in this pool might be better used by moving files from the pool and eliminating the pool. The GUIDE column shows the guidance applied for the specific LSR pool. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS LSR I/O TO COLLECTION TIME APPLID POOL LSR POOL GUIDE 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 1 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 1 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 1 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAB 1 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABA 1 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABB 1 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACA 1 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACB 1 0 100
RULE CIC176: VSAM LSR SUBPOOL BUFFERS WERE SELDOM USED
The CICS statistics revealed that buffers in a Local Shared Resources (LSR) subpool were seldom used. The "seldom used" status persisted for more than 50% of the statistics collection intervals being analyzed. The storage in the subpool might be better used by reducing the number of buffers defined for the subpool that was used infrequently. The SUBPOOL SIZE/TYPE column shows whether the subpool is used for DATA, INDEX, or both DATA and INDEX. The GUIDE column shows the guidance applied for the specific LSR pool. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS LSR SUBPOOL BUFFERS I/O TO COLLECTION TIME APPLID POOL SIZE/TYPE DEFINED SUBPOOL GUIDE 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 1 512 BOTH 8 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 1 1,024 BOTH 4 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 1 2,048 BOTH 6 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 1 8,192 BOTH 5 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 1 20,480 BOTH 5 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 1 512 BOTH 8 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 1 1,024 BOTH 4 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 1 2,048 BOTH 6 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 1 8,192 BOTH 5 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 1 20,480 BOTH 5 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 1 512 BOTH 8 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 1 1,024 BOTH 4 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 1 2,048 BOTH 6 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 1 8,192 BOTH 5 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 1 20,480 BOTH 5 0 100 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAB 1 512 BOTH 8 0 100

 


 
APPLID CICS5, CICS VSAM Findings

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                                                                                                  
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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   STATISTICS                    LSR     SUBPOOL   BUFFERS   I/O TO                                                                                                                                     
   COLLECTION TIME      APPLID   POOL   SIZE/TYPE  DEFINED   SUBPOOL GUIDE                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5AAB   1    1,024 BOTH      4         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5AAB   1    2,048 BOTH      6         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5AAB   1    8,192 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5AAB   1   20,480 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABA   1      512 BOTH      8         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABA   1    1,024 BOTH      4         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABA   1    2,048 BOTH      6         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABA   1    8,192 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABA   1   20,480 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABB   1      512 BOTH      8         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABB   1    1,024 BOTH      4         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABB   1    2,048 BOTH      6         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABB   1    8,192 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ABB   1   20,480 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACA   1      512 BOTH      8         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACA   1    1,024 BOTH      4         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACA   1    2,048 BOTH      6         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACA   1    8,192 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACA   1   20,480 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACB   1      512 BOTH      8         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACB   1    1,024 BOTH      4         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACB   1    2,048 BOTH      6         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACB   1    8,192 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              
    8:00,02SEP2004      CICS5ACB   1   20,480 BOTH      5         0    100                                                                                                                              

 


 
APPLID CICS5, System Initialization Table Findings

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                                                                                                  
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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RULE CIC251: DEFAULT VALUE WAS SPECIFIED FOR THE MROBTCH KEYWORD
The default value was specified for the MROBTCH keyword in the System Initialization Table (MROBTCH=1). However, CPExpert detected that MRO was in effect for the CICS environment. CPExpert suggests that you consider increasing the MROBTCH specification. Please refer to the discussion for Rule CIC251 about the limits on the MROBTCH value, and refer to Rule CIC250 in the CICS Component User Manual for CPExpert's suggestions as to whether the ICV value should be increased or should be decreased. The correct ICV value depends upon whether the CICS region is a Production or Test region. APPLID CICS5A9A CICS5A9B CICS5AAA CICS5AAB CICS5ABA CICS5ABB CICS5ACA CICS5ACB CICS5T9A CICS5TAA CICS5TBA CICS5TCA

 


 
APPLID CICS5, ISC/IRC System and Mode Entry Findings, CONNECTION: PJB4

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                                                                                                  
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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RULE CIC269: EXCESSIVE GETMAIN/FREEMAIN ACTIVITY FOR MRO SESSIONS
The IOAREALEN parameter specifications for the below connections might cause excessive GETMAIN/FREEMAIN activity. The GETMAIN/FREEMAIN rate was greater than 25 per second to the Storage Domain SMTP Subpool. This high GETMAIN/FREEMAIN activity normally means that the IOAREALEN parameter was set to the default (zero), or was set to a smaller value than the TIOA (Terminal I/O Area) required to support the MRO traffic. The information shown below describes the total GETMAIN and FREEMAIN activity, the Connection ID, the percent of message activity to each Connection ID, and TIOA size (and the percent of message activity at that TIOA size for the Connection ID) for connections with the highest total function shipping activity. GETMAIN+ CONN PERCENT APPLID FREEMAIN ID ACTIVITY TIOA--PCT TIOA--PCT TIOA--PCT CICS5AAA 188,217 5TAA 97.6 568 74.4% 1016 24.5% CICS5AAB 179,500 5TAA 97.5 568 70.1% 1016 23.3% 536 4.8% CICS5ABA 149,757 5TBA 97.0 1016 71.4% 536 21.0% 328 5.5% CICS5ABB 151,632 5TBA 97.1 1016 69.3% 568 23.1% 328 5.7% CICS5ACA 99,825 5TCA 95.3 568 93.5% 1016 3.1% CICS5ACB 119,697 5TCA 95.7 1016 73.9% 104 19.6% 568 3.3% CICS5TAA 420,690 5AAA 49.8 1024 66.4% 1000 24.5% 552 8.0% CICS5TAA 420,690 5AAB 47.6 1024 70.1% 1000 23.3% 576 4.8% CICS5TBA 347,748 5ABB 48.5 1472 69.4% 552 23.1% 104 5.7% CICS5TBA 347,748 5ABA 47.7 1000 71.4% 104 26.5% CICS5TCA 248,789 5ACB 52.1 1000 73.9% 104 19.6% 552 3.3% CICS5TCA 248,789 5ACA 43.3 552 96.6%
RULE CIC260: INSUFFICIENT SESSIONS MAY HAVE BEEN DEFINED
CPExpert believes that an insufficient number of sessions may have been defined for the CICS PJB1 connection. A large number of ALLOCATE requests were queued by CICS when a session could not be allocated. CPExpert suggests you consider increasing the number of sessions defined for the connection, or you should increase the ALLOCQ guidance variable in USOURCE(CICGUIDE) to cause CPExpert to signal a potential problem only when you view the problem as serious. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS PEAK OUTSTANDING COLLECTION TIME APPLID ALLOCATE REQUESTS 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9B 2 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAA 2 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABA 2 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ABB 2 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACA 2 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5ACB 2

 


 
APPLID CICS5, ISC/IRC System and Mode Entry Findings, CONNECTION: PJB4

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - APPLID: CICS5                                                                                                                                  
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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RULE CIC260: INSUFFICIENT SESSIONS MAY HAVE BEEN DEFINED
CPExpert believes that an insufficient number of sessions may have been defined for the CICS PJB3 connection. A large number of ALLOCATE requests were queued by CICS when a session could not be allocated. CPExpert suggests you consider increasing the number of sessions defined for the connection, or you should increase the ALLOCQ guidance variable in USOURCE(CICGUIDE) to cause CPExpert to signal a potential problem only when you view the problem as serious. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS PEAK OUTSTANDING COLLECTION TIME APPLID ALLOCATE REQUESTS 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5AAB 2
RULE CIC260: INSUFFICIENT SESSIONS MAY HAVE BEEN DEFINED
CPExpert believes that an insufficient number of sessions may have been defined for the CICS PJB4 connection. A large number of ALLOCATE requests were queued by CICS when a session could not be allocated. CPExpert suggests you consider increasing the number of sessions defined for the connection, or you should increase the ALLOCQ guidance variable in USOURCE(CICGUIDE) to cause CPExpert to signal a potential problem only when you view the problem as serious. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS PEAK OUTSTANDING COLLECTION TIME APPLID ALLOCATE REQUESTS 8:00,02SEP2004 CICS5A9A 2

 


 
Shared TS findings: Coupling Facility

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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RULE CIC328: HIGH PERCENT STRUCTURE VERSION CHECK FAILED FOR ENTRY
DFHXQLS_G2POOL1: More than 1.0% of the requests to this shared TS pool failed because of a version check (indicating that another server had updated the entry) being requested. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME FAILING REQUESTS FAILING 6:00,02SEP2004 66 152 43.4

 


 
SYSTEM J80 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System J80: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System J80: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 68 1,894 2.1 531

 


 
SYSTEM J90 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
         (C) Copyright 2005, Computer Management Sciences, Inc.                                                                                                                                         
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System J90: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System J90: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 96 7,918 0.7 2,292

 


 
SYSTEM JA0 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JA0: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JA0: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 1,282 20,160 3.7 5,748

 


 
SYSTEM JB0 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JB0: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JB0: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 1,134 21,627 3.1 6,220

 


 
SYSTEM JC0 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JC0: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JC0: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 1,289 19,880 3.8 5,732

 


 
SYSTEM JE0 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JE0: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JE0: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 2,302 26,660 5.0 7,618

 


 
SYSTEM JF0 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JF0: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JF0: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 323 10,400 1.8 2,969

 


 
SYSTEM JG0 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JG0: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System JG0: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 79 1,410 3.3 400

 


 
SYSTEM Z0 : Shared TS findings: Server

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
   CICS PERFORMANCE CONSTRAINTS BEGINNING ON 02SEP2004 - SHARED TS                                                                                                                                      
               Analyzed by Version 15.1.0 of CPExpert(tm)                                                                                                                                               
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RULE CIC330: HIGH PCT BUFFERS USED IN SHARED TS INDEX BUFFER POOL
System Z0: More than 75% of the buffers in the shared TS queue server queue index buffer pool were used. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers were defined. If this finding is consistently produced for all CICS statistics intervals, you might wish to increase the number of buffers. This finding should be considered an "early warning" and you should review this finding in conjunction with any information provided by Rule CIC331. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED BUFFERS TOTAL PERCENT COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER USED BUFFERS USED 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 100 100 100.0
RULE CIC331: HIGH PERCENT LRU ACTIVITY IN TS QUEUE INDEX BUFFER POOL
System Z0: More than 0% of GET or PUT requests discarded and reused the oldest valid buffer using the Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm in the shared temporary storage queue server queue index buffer pool. This could indicate that an inadequate number of buffers had been defined. This finding applies to the following CICS statistics intervals: STATISTICS SHARED REQUESTS TOTAL PERCENT FREE BUF COLLECTION TIME TS SERVER WITH LRU REQUESTS LRU REQUESTS 6:00,02SEP2004 G2POOL1. 89 420 12.1 105