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Message Posted: Wed, 01 May 2002 @ 18:01:00 GMT
Check if there are any rows being written to DBC.Resusagesvpr since your upgrade. Use something like;
If this returns no rows since the upgrade you'll probably find that resusage logging has been turned off.
There are a number of ways to change this, dbw, xctl etc etc.
Basically you need to set the "Vproc logging" rate to non-zero and Enable the SVPR table.
If the above query does return rows then the problem is more likely to be on the client (i.e. Teradata Manager) end. Providing the RDC is actually running and firing the sql requests then I'm not sure what the problem may be.
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