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Message Posted: Fri, 15 Dec 2000 @ 21:28:45 GMT
My experience has been that this type of schmon output simply indicates no activity on the system.
The other thing I would check is to see if the Priority Scheduler Facility (PSF) is enabled. I'd be really suprised if the system was originally configured with PSF disabled, but you never know. To be honest, I;ve never seen an system PSF disabled, so I couldn't say for sure if the output would look like this. To check, perform a schmon -d and look at the third line at the top of the report that looks like this:
Attrs: Active, Thruput, I/O Prio
The first parameter 'Active', indicates that the Priority Scheduler is in use.
Hope this helps.
Thomas F. Stanek
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