Use Spectrum SMF Writer to:

  • create regular production reports to monitor activity and performance in all of your z/OS and z/VSE systems
  • quickly run one-time queries to investigate security or performance questions
  • turn SMF data into Web reports (HTML format)
  • convert SMF data into comma-delimited export files that lets you analyze or graph your SMF data in spreadsheet programs

Support for SMF & RMF Records

The SMF file is surely the most complicated file in any shop. It contains hundreds of different record types and subtypes. And each one can have multiple types of embedded segments, each of those variably located, of variable length, and possibly recurring.

And the arcane data formats used in SMF records are rarely found in other files, requiring complicated conversion routines to make sense out of.

But Spectrum SMF Writer makes it easy to produce reports from your SMF files. Spectrum SMF Writer supports:

  • SMF's famous "triplets" (indicating offset to, length of, and number of variable record segments)
  • the unique SMF date format CYYDDDF - packed Julian, but with a leading century indicator (containing a 0 or 1).
  • SMF's "binary hundredths of seconds since midnight" timestamps and intervals
  • SMF's complex STCK (Store Clock) style timestamps and intervals, now in both 8- and 12-byte varieties
  • the testing and outputing of individual bits within a byte
  • unsigned, as well as signed binary fields, and packed decimal fields
  • floating point fields (found in some SMF records)
  • gives you full computational ability to perform your own calculations
  • automatic calculation of subtotals, totals and statistics
  • ability to sort and break on any number of fields, to organize the report in the way that is most useful to you
  • lets you chain to VSAM files or DB2 tables (for example, to expand the 2-byte binary DB2 database-ID into its full database name for your report)
  • time functions that let you easily compute intervals between any two timestamps (even when they are stored in different formats)
  • powerful built-in functions for performing complex date calculations and manipulations, as well as string and math functions
  • plus all the powerful formatting functions to automatically present the raw data in an attractive report format

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Sample Report from SMF 42 Subtype 6 Records
showing DASD Stats by DSNAME


The sample SMF report below was created with Spectrum SMF Writer, the low-cost 4GL SMF report writer. It reads as input the SMF file and selects just the type 42 DFSMS statistics records. (See SMF 42 record layout.) It then prints a report line for each CLOSE of a dataset with a name matching the test criteria. The report shows job id and statistical information about the datasets, including average response time and total number of I/O's.

All of this with just a few lines of code!
Why not install a Spectrum SMF Writer trial right now and start making your own SMF reports!

These Spectrum SMF Writer Statements:


OPTION: HDGSEP('/') /* CHANGE DEFAULT SEPERATOR CHAR */
INPUT:  SMF42

********* SET DSN MASK BELOW. ALSO SET COMPDSN TO SAME LENGTH ****
COMP: TESTDSN    = 'TTAP01B'      /* LOOK FOR THESE DSN'S  */
COMP: COMPDSN(7) = SMF42DSNAM     /* TRUNCATE DSN TO TESTDSN'S SIZE */

INC: SMF42RTY = 42   /* TYPE 42 DFSMS STAT RECORDS       */
 AND SMF42STY = 6    /* SUBTYPE 6 -- DASD STATS          */
 AND SMF42JDCOD = 0  /* CLOSE STATS (NOT INTERVAL STATS) */
 AND COMPDSN = TESTDSN  /* SELECT DSN'S THAT START WITH THIS */

COLUMNS:
     SMF42JDJNM(8 'JOBNAME')
     SMF42JDRSD(8 'READER/DATE')
     SMF42JDRST(11 'READER/TIME')
     SMF42JDWSC(8)
     SMF42JDWLD(8)
     SMF42DSNAM(20)
     SMF42DSIOR(7 'IO/RATE')
     SMF42DSION(8 "NUM/IO'S")
     SMF42DSVOL(8 'VOLUME')
     SMF42DSSC(8 'STORAGE/CLASS')
     SMF42DSBSZ(6 'BLOCK/SIZE')

TITLE: 'SMF 42 SUBTYPE 6 DFSMS DATASET CLOSING STATISTICS'
TITLE: 'FOR DATASETS BEGINNING WITH:' TESTDSN

 

Produce This SMF Report:


                               SMF 42 SUBTYPE 6 DFSMS DATASET CLOSING STATISTICS
                                      FOR DATASETS BEGINNING WITH: TTAP01B
           READER    READER                                             IO      NUM             STORAGE  BLOCK
 JOBNAME    DATE      TIME     SMF42JDW SMF42JDW      SMF42DSNAM       RATE     IO'S    VOLUME   CLASS    SIZE
 ________ ________ ___________ ________ ________ ____________________ _______ ________ ________ ________ ______

 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF      40        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       8        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.AP400.ASM        122        1  VPWRKC              256
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.AP400.ASM         13        1  VPWRKC              256
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       7        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.SPFTEMP0.CNT       5      176  SYST1C              320
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.SPFTEMP0.CNT       4      177  SYST1C              800
 SMF101   06/17/09 12:48:31.95 BATMDM   BATCH    TTAP01B.SMF19            166        1  SYST1E           27,998
 SMF101   06/17/09 12:48:31.95 BATMDM   BATCH    TTAP01B.SW.COPYLIB        39        7  SYST1E           23,440
 SMF101   06/17/09 12:48:31.95 BATMDM   BATCH    TTAP01B.AP400.LOADLI      20       28  VPWRKB           23,440
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.AP400.ASM         42        7  VPWRKC           23,440
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       5        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       6        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       6        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       6        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       6        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISR2469.BACK       6        1  SYST1E            1,296
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       5        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.SPFTEMP0.CNT       6      176  SYST1C              320
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.SPFTEMP0.CNT       5      177  SYST1C              800
 SMF101   06/17/09 12:51:35.33 BATMDM   BATCH    TTAP01B.SMF19             19        1  SYST1E           27,998
 SMF101   06/17/09 12:51:35.33 BATMDM   BATCH    TTAP01B.SW.COPYLIB         4        7  SYST1E           23,440
 SMF101   06/17/09 12:51:35.33 BATMDM   BATCH    TTAP01B.AP400.LOADLI       4       28  VPWRKB           23,440
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.AP400.ASM          6        9  VPWRKC           23,120
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       5        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISR2469.BACK       5       10  SYST1E              281
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.AP400.ASM          6        7  VPWRKC           23,440
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.SW.COPYLIB         5        5  SYST1E           16,320
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       5        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF      35        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       6        4  SYST1B            6,160
 TTAP01B  06/17/09 12:45:56.94 TSO01    TSOOTHER TTAP01B.ISPF.ISPPROF       5        4  SYST1B            6,160
 ...

 


Sample Report from SMF 119 Subtype 2 Records
Showing Information about TCP Connections


The sample SMF report below was created with Spectrum SMF Writer, the low-cost 4GL SMF report writer.

In this report, we read as input the SMF file and select just the type 119 subtype 2 TCP Connection Termination records. (See SMF 119 Subtype 2 record layout.) The report shows information about terminated TCP connections, including start time, end time and computed elapsed time. It also shows the total number of bytes sent and received during the connection and the termination code. Our record layout also expands the 1-byte termination code into a readable descriptive text. The report is grouped by TCP/IP Stack and Resource. The report includes subtotals for each Resource.

All of this with just a few lines of code!
Why not install a Spectrum SMF Writer trial right now and start making your own SMF reports!

These Spectrum SMF Writer Statements:


INPUT:  SMF119 LIST(YES)

INCLUDEIF: SMF119RTY=119 AND SMF119STY=2

COMPUTE: MY_DURATION(2) = #MAKETIME(
               ((#MAKENUM(SMF119AP_TTEDATE) * 86400)
                  + #MAKENUM(SMF119AP_TTETIME))
             - ((#MAKENUM(SMF119AP_TTSDATE) * 86400)
                  + #MAKENUM(SMF119AP_TTSTIME))
                                   )

TITLE: 'Z/OS TCP DAILY CONNECTIONS REPORT'
TITLE: 'SYSTEM:' SMF119TI_SYSNAME
       'SYSPLEX:' SMF119TI_SYSPLEXNAME
       'STACK:' SMF119TI_STACK
TITLE: 'SORTED BY STACK AND RESOURCE NAME'

COLUMNS: SMF119AP_TTRNAME('RESOURCE')
         SMF119AP_TTSDATE('DATE/STARTED')
         SMF119AP_TTSTIME('TIME/STARTED')
         SMF119AP_TTEDATE('DATE/ENDED')
         SMF119AP_TTETIME('TIME/ENDED')
         MY_DURATION('CONNECTION/DURATION/HH:MM:SS.SS' ACCUM
                     TP'ZZ:ZZ:Z9.99')
         SMF119AP_TTINBYTES('INBOUND/BYTES')
         SMF119AP_TTOUTBYTES('OUTBOUND/BYTES')
         SMF119AP_TTTERMCODE(HEX 'TERM/CODE')
         SMF119AP_TTTERMCODE_DESC('TERM CODE DESC')

SORT:    SMF119TI_STACK
         SMF119AP_TTRNAME
         SMF119AP_TTSDATE
         SMF119AP_TTSTIME

BREAK:   SMF119AP_TTRNAME

 

Produce This SMF Report:


                                              Z/OS TCP DAILY CONNECTIONS REPORT
                                    SYSTEM: ST1      SYSPLEX: SYPROD    STACK: S01QDAS
                                             SORTED BY STACK AND RESOURCE NAME

                                                    CONNECTION
            DATE      TIME       DATE      TIME      DURATION      INBOUND        OUTBOUND    TERM
 RESOURCE STARTED    STARTED    ENDED      ENDED    HH:MM:SS.SS     BYTES          BYTES      CODE     TERM CODE DESC
 ________ ________ ___________ ________ ___________ ___________ ______________ ______________ ____ _______________________

 FTPTA5   03/21/09 14:04:06.81 03/21/09 14:04:07.46        0.65        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA5   03/21/09 14:05:35.59 03/21/09 14:05:45.67       10.08         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA5   03/21/09 14:12:13.81 03/21/09 14:12:14.51        0.70        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA5   03/21/09 14:12:27.35 03/21/09 14:12:37.42       10.07         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA5   03/21/09 15:30:34.96 03/21/09 15:30:35.64        0.68        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA5   03/21/09 15:35:13.92 03/21/09 15:35:24.00       10.08         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 *** TOTAL FOR FTPTA5   (    6 ITEMS)                     32.26        853,740         10,143
 
 FTPTA6   03/21/09 14:05:38.03 03/21/09 14:05:38.70        0.67        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA6   03/21/09 14:07:23.60 03/21/09 14:07:33.68       10.08         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA6   03/21/09 14:12:29.83 03/21/09 14:12:30.50        0.67        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA6   03/21/09 14:17:10.02 03/21/09 14:17:20.16       10.14         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA6   03/21/09 15:35:16.45 03/21/09 15:35:17.21        0.76        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA6   03/21/09 15:36:15.10 03/21/09 15:36:25.18       10.08         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 *** TOTAL FOR FTPTA6   (    6 ITEMS)                     32.40        853,740         10,143
 
 FTPTA7   03/21/09 14:07:26.16 03/21/09 14:07:26.86        0.70        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA7   03/21/09 14:08:24.36 03/21/09 14:08:34.50       10.14             70            507  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA7   03/21/09 14:17:12.60 03/21/09 14:17:13.31        0.71        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA7   03/21/09 14:21:40.01 03/21/09 14:21:50.08       10.07         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA7   03/21/09 15:36:17.53 03/21/09 15:36:18.17        0.64        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA7   03/21/09 15:37:11.45 03/21/09 15:37:21.53       10.08         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 *** TOTAL FOR FTPTA7   (    6 ITEMS)                     32.34        826,767         10,321
 
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 08:09:32.96 03/21/09 15:29:02.41  7:19:29.45        274,763         15,912  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 13:17:39.42 03/21/09 14:42:50.82  1:25:11.40         47,498          2,291  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 14:42:57.42 03/21/09 14:43:21.38       23.96         45,921          2,291  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 14:43:26.45 03/21/09 15:28:27.01    45:00.56         47,498          2,291  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 14:50:01.00 03/21/09 15:28:26.10    38:25.10         35,513          1,537  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 14:51:01.03 03/21/09 14:52:28.82     1:27.79         33,273            875  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 14:53:05.50 03/21/09 15:28:22.53    35:17.03         33,273            875  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 14:53:51.74 03/21/09 14:55:51.42     1:59.68         35,306          1,537  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 14:56:05.98 03/21/09 15:11:31.19    15:25.21         33,066            875  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 15:12:01.80 03/21/09 15:13:30.66     1:28.86         35,266          1,537  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 15:13:45.48 03/21/09 15:17:09.41     3:23.93         38,223          2,199  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 15:18:54.59 03/21/09 15:20:07.26     1:12.67         34,273          1,537  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA8   03/21/09 15:20:22.01 03/21/09 15:28:20.73     7:58.72         33,118            875  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 *** TOTAL FOR FTPTA8   (   13 ITEMS)               11:16:44.36        726,991         34,632

 
 FTPTA9   03/21/09 14:09:28.52 03/21/09 14:09:29.22        0.70        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA9   03/21/09 14:10:24.02 03/21/09 14:10:34.10       10.08         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE
 FTPTA9   03/21/09 15:01:06.82 03/21/09 15:01:07.46        0.64        257,537          3,052  61  CLIENT SENT RESET
 FTPTA9   03/21/09 15:13:52.13 03/21/09 15:14:02.53       10.40         27,043            329  52  APPL ISSUED CLOSE

 ...

 


Sample RMF Processor Activity Report from SMF 70 Records


The sample SMF report below was created with Spectrum SMF Writer, the low-cost 4GL SMF report writer.

It reads as input the SMF file and selects just the type 70 subtype 1 (RMF Processor Activity) records. (See SMF 70 record layout.)

These records have a complex layout. Each record contains a variable number of LPAR sections, one for each LPAR. Furthermore, there are a variable number of Logical Processors sections for each of the LPAR sections. However, these logical processor sections are all located together -- not physically near their owning LPAR section.

Nevertheless, Spectrum SMF Writer easily handles these records so you quickly create powerful custom reports from the RMF data. We use nested NORMALIZE parms on the INPUT statement to process each Logical Processor that exists for each Logical Partition. We sort the data by LPAR name and then by logical processor address.

We have formatted the report to reflect this hierarchical layout of the SMF records. For each LPAR, we print a header containing ID info, as well as some info about the physical CPU. Below that are each of the processors for that LPAR. These detail processor report lines show the percentage of the RMF reporting interval for which the processor was: 1) online, 2) waiting, 3) effectively dispatched and 4) processor dispatched.

All of this with just a few lines of code!
Why not install a Spectrum SMF Writer trial right now and start making your own SMF reports!

These Spectrum SMF Writer Statements:

OPTION: STCKADJ(0)  /* STCKS USED AS DURATIONS, NOT TOD */

INPUT:  SMF70
        /NORMALIZE THE LPARS, THEN EACH LPAR'S LOGICAL PROCESSORS*/
        NORMWHEN(SMF70RTY=70 AND SMF70STY=1)
        NORMALIZE(SMF70_PRSMPD_SECTION,  SMF70BCN) /*LPARS    */
        NORMALIZE(SMF70_PRSMLPD_SECTION, SMF70BDN) /*LOG PROCS*/

INCLUDEIF: SMF70RTY =  70 AND SMF70STY=1  /*JUST INCL SMF 70-1*/

TITLE: / 'SMF 70 - PARTITION PERCENT TIME ONLINE' / 'RUN DATE:' #DATE 
                                                                      
TITLE: / 'FOR' SMF70OIL 'MINUTE INTERVAL ENDING'                      
       SMF70DTE 'AT' SMF70TME / 'PAGE' #PAGENUM                       

COMP: SORT_PARTITION = #COMPRESS(SMF70SNM, #FORMAT(SMF70LPN 4))
COMP: SORT_DATE_TIME = #FORMAT(SMF70DTE YYYYMMDD) +
                       #FORMAT(SMF70TME HHMMSS)

SORT: SORT_DATE_TIME(PAGE NOTOTALS)   /* INTERVAL  */
      SORT_PARTITION                  /* PARTITION */
      SMF70VPA                        /* LOGICAL PROCESSOR */

BREAK: SORT_PARTITION
  HEADING('PARTITION INFO')
  HEADING('==============')
  HEADING('SYSTEM:' SMF70SNM
          'PARTITION (NUM-NAME):' SMF70LPN(3) '-' SMF70LPM)
  HEADING('PROCESSOR FAMILY AND MODEL:' SMF70MOD(HEX) SMF70MDL(5)
          'SERIAL' SMF70SER(HEX)  )
  HEADING('PROCESSOR CAPACITY:' 0 SMF70WLA(6) '(MSU''S)' )
  HEADING('LPAR CLUSTER:' SMF70SPN
          'SYSTEM NAME:' SMF70STN)
  HEADING('LPAR DEFINED CAPACITY LIMIT:' 0 SMF70MSU(6) '(MSU''S)' )
  HEADING('STORAGE:' SMF70CSF(7) 'MB'  )

  HEADING(' ')
  HEADING('LOGICAL PROCESSOR INFO (' 0 SMF70BDN(4) 'PROCESSORS)')
  HEADING('========================================')

COLUMNS:
     SMF70VPA('LOG/PROC/ADDR' HEX)
     SMF70BPS('WEIGHT/FACTOR' 6)
     SMF70INT_TIME('ACTUAL/RMF/INTERVAL')
   2 '|'
     SMF70ONT('ONLINE/TIME')
     SMF70ONT_PCT('PCT/ONLINE')
   2 '|'
     SMF70WST('WAIT/TIME')
     SMF70WST_PCT('PCT/WAIT')
   2 '|'
     SMF70EDT('EFFECT./DISPATCH/TIME')
     SMF70EDT_PCT('PCT/EFF/DISP')
   2 '|'
     SMF70PDT('PROC/DISP/TIME')
     SMF70PDT_PCT('PCT/PROC/DISP')

 

Produce This SMF Report:


                               SMF 70 - PARTITION PERCENT TIME ONLINE            RUN DATE: 09/19/07
                      FOR 15:00 MINUTE INTERVAL ENDING 09/18/07 AT 12:00:00.06            PAGE    1

 LOG          ACTUAL                                              EFFECT.   PCT       PROC     PCT
 PROC WEIGHT    RMF        ONLINE    PCT        WAIT     PCT     DISPATCH   EFF       DISP    PROC
 ADDR FACTOR INTERVAL       TIME    ONLINE      TIME    WAIT       TIME    DISP       TIME    DISP
 ____ ______ _________  _ _________ ______  _ _________ _____  _ _________ _____  _ _________ _____


 PARTITION INFO
 ==============
 SYSTEM: SYSC     PARTITION (NUM-NAME):   1 - L11
 PROCESSOR FAMILY AND MODEL: 2094 742   SERIAL 042A14
 PROCESSOR CAPACITY:   387 (MSU'S)
 LPAR CLUSTER: PLX001A8 SYSTEM NAME: L11
 LPAR DEFINED CAPACITY LIMIT:     0 (MSU'S)
 STORAGE:  15,360 MB

 LOGICAL PROCESSOR INFO (  20 PROCESSORS)
 ========================================
 0000    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  3:19.441 22.2%  |  3:15.900 21.8%  |  3:16.673 21.9%
 0001    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  4:39.535 31.1%  |  2:07.450 14.2%  |  2:07.986 14.2%
 0002    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  6:22.308 42.5%  |  1:27.467  9.7%  |  1:27.872  9.8%
 0003    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  7:50.913 52.3%  |  1:15.005  8.3%  |  1:15.366  8.4%
 0004    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  8:28.607 56.5%  |  1:06.837  7.4%  |  1:07.167  7.5%
 0005    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  8:49.416 58.8%  |  1:06.815  7.4%  |  1:07.127  7.5%
 0006    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  8:49.658 58.9%  |  1:02.052  6.9%  |  1:02.351  6.9%
 0007    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:29.201 63.2%  |  1:06.398  7.4%  |  1:06.720  7.4%
 0008    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:18.833 62.1%  |  1:04.930  7.2%  |  1:05.235  7.3%
 0009    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:28.532 63.2%  |  1:06.727  7.4%  |  1:07.041  7.5%
 000A    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:24.138 62.7%  |  1:05.288  7.3%  |  1:05.598  7.3%
 000B    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:31.181 63.5%  |  1:05.949  7.3%  |  1:06.265  7.4%
 000C    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:30.302 63.4%  |  1:04.922  7.2%  |  1:05.234  7.3%
 000D    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:36.032 64.0%  |  1:05.457  7.3%  |  1:05.769  7.3%
 000E    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:57.112 66.4%  |  1:10.046  7.8%  |  1:10.348  7.8%
 000F    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  9:35.870 64.0%  |  1:15.028  8.3%  |  1:15.333  8.4%
 0010    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  0:04.551  0.5%  |  0:23.846  2.7%  |  0:24.213  2.7%
 0011    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  |  0:04.482  0.5%  |  0:24.238  2.7%  |  0:24.601  2.7%
 0012    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  | 10:05.781 67.3%  |  0:00.722  0.1%  |  0:00.780  0.1%
 0013    100 14:59.997  | 14:59.998 100.0%  | 10:06.066 67.3%  |  0:00.720  0.1%  |  0:00.777  0.1%
 *** TOTAL FOR SYSC  1       (   20 ITEMS)


PARTITION INFO
 ==============
 SYSTEM: SYSC     PARTITION (NUM-NAME):   0 - PHYSICAL
 PROCESSOR FAMILY AND MODEL: 2094 742   SERIAL 042A14
 PROCESSOR CAPACITY:   387 (MSU'S)
 LPAR CLUSTER: 
 LPAR DEFINED CAPACITY LIMIT:     0 (MSU'S)
 STORAGE:       0 MB

 LOGICAL PROCESSOR INFO (  54 PROCESSORS)
 ========================================
 0001      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.098  0.1%
 0003      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.053  0.1%
 0004      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.090  0.1%
 0005      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.045  0.1%
 0006      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.083  0.1%
 0007      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.131  0.1%
 0008      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.039  0.1%
 0009      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.096  0.1%
 000A      0 14:59.997  |  0:00.000   0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:00.000  0.0%  |  0:01.109  0.1%

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