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MA47429 - OSP-OTHER-PERFM JOBS SPEND ADDITIONAL TIME WAITING FOR DISK OTHER OPERATION 90/DSM WHEN DESTROYING OBJECTS

 APAR (Authorized Program Analysis Report)

Abstract

OSP-OTHER-PERFM JOBS SPEND ADDITIONAL TIME WAITING FOR DISK
OTHER OPERATION 90/DSM WHEN DESTROYING OBJECTS

Error Description

Jobs spend additional time waiting for Disk Other operation    
90/DSM when destroying objects. The callstacks will show        
procedure cleanPageHeaders* and for example destroySegment*    

Problem Summary

Please see the ERROR DESCRIPTION.                              

Problem Conclusion

Unmap can be disabled by running advance analysis macro        
DISABLEUNMAP and can be enabled by running advance analysis    
macro ENABLEUNMAP.                                              

Temporary Fix

Comments

Circumvention


PTFs Available

R720 MF66108   9297
R730 MF65609   9116

Affected Modules

         
         

Affected Publications

Summary Information

Status............................................ CLOSED PER
HIPER........................................... Yes
Component.................................. 9400DG300
Failing Module.......................... RCHMGR
Reported Release................... R730
Duplicate Of..............................




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Document information

More support for: i family

Software version: V7R2M0, V7R3M0

Operating system(s): OS/400

Reference #: MA47429

Modified date: 15 November 2019