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Subj:   Priority Scheduler Differences from Version 5 to 6
 
From:   Ferry, Craig

I see that in version 6 policies have been removed from the priority scheduler. Our systems are set up to utilize this functionality. I notice that limit has been added. Does anyone know how to convert from policies to limits? Below is the allocation group output from schmon -d on our two systems.


Thanks

Craig

     PRODUCTION SYSTEM (version 5)

                             Allocation Groups (0 - 199)
      Id Type Pol Weight  Id Type Pol Weight  Id Type Pol Weight  Id Type Pol Weight
       1  N   DEF    5     2  N   DEF   10     3  N   DEF   20     4  N   DEF 80
       5  N   DEF    5     6  N   DEF   10     7  N   DEF   20     8  N   DEF 40
       9  N   DEF    5    10  N   ABS   20    11  N   DEF   20    12  N   DEF 40
      13  N   DEF   10    14  N   ABS   20    15  N   DEF   20    16  N   DEF 40
      17  N   DEF    5    18  N   DEF   10    19  N   DEF   20    20  N   ABS 20


     --------------------------------------------------------

     DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM (version 6)

                             Allocation Groups (0 - 199)
      Id Type Wght  Lim  Id Type Wght  Lim  Id Type Wght  Lim  Id Type Wght  Lim
       1  N      5 none   2  N     10 none   3  N     20 none   4  N     80  none
       5  N      5 none   6  N     10 none   7  N     20 none   8  N     40  none
       9  N      5 none  10  N     10 none  11  N     20 none  12  N     40  none
      13  N     10   10  14  N     10 none  15  N     20 none  16  N     40  none
      17  N      5 none  18  N     10 none  19  N     20 none  20  N     40  none

Craig Ferry
Manager, Data Warehousing and Central Systems
WESCO Distribution, Inc.



     
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