SQL CPU Utilization was introduced in the IBM i 7.2 release. This metric helps you discover how much of your CPU is being used by SQL operations, and is a starting point to determine if your CPU utilization is due to SQL or other work on the system. This metric is available on a per-thread basis and aggregated for the partition as a whole.(more…)
“Ways to Work With Your JVMs” was one of the very first ‘i Can’ blogs written. That blog covered the commands that were new in the IBM i 6.1 release for working with your JVMs.
Since that blog was written, additional interfaces have been added to the operating system that expand the ways in which you can work with your JVM jobs.(more…)
Back in October, IBM announced IBM i 7.1 TR9 and 7.2 TR1. Let’s take a closer look at these updates.(more…)
It’s going to be great to start writing about all the things in this release. I want to briefly review some of the systems management enhancements (and there are a lot of them!). I’ll write more in-depth blogs on these topics and more over the next several months.(more…)
The Performance Data Investigator has a wealth of capabilities, some of which I have written about in the past. This week, I want to review the Health Indicators.(more…)