IBM Ask the Experts session on Shedding Light on CICS Storage,16 October 2013. This webcast discusses the storage aspects inside CICS including topics such as the dynamic storage areas, short on storage conditions, storage violations, and available tuning parameters.
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Ask the Experts session
16 October 2013 - 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT
|03:39||How does CICS manage storage?|
|08:48||What does it mean if CICS is Short on Storage?|
|15:34||What exactly is a Storage Violation?|
|20:18||What storage SIT parameters are available?|
|29:59||What storage tuning parameters are available?|
|34:27||How is storage above the bar managed, specifically storage for channels and containers?|
|40:54||Why does the CICS TS 5.1 Upgrade manual say the EDSALIM for the WUI and CMAS be set at 800 Mb?|
|43:31||How do the CMAS and WUI use the EDSA?|
|45:13||What is the ESSS and how are its dataspaces used by the CMAS?|
|47:43||Open lines for live question and answer period|
|48:53||End of Call|
Panel of Experts:
|Sarah Bertram||Advisory Software Engineer in CICS Level 2 Support|
|Byron Baldwin||Advisory Software Engineer in CICS Level 2 Support|
|Andy Wright||Senior Software Engineer in CICS Level 3 Change Team|
|Julian Horn||Advisory Software Engineer in CICS Development|
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