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FIGURE 18. RCPU CPU Activity Resource Panel

+============================== CPU Activity =================================+

| Period: | Combination of 63 Intervals 09:00 on 01/02/97 to 17:00 on 01/02/97

Elap =15:59 H

I51A | |

+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

.0

%

.0

%

.0

%

.2

%

1.0

%

1.2

%

18.9

%

1.0

%

19.9

%

7.2

%

.1

%

7.3

%

19.8

%

.4

%

20.2

%

23.6

%

.2

%

23.8

%

6.3

%

.2

%

6.5

%

.1

%

.0

%

.1

%

11.6

%

.2

%

11.8

%

.1

%

.0

%

.1

%

.0

%

.0

%

.0

%

| ------ | Region

| DLIDBC | DLIDBRC | DLISAS | PMSACICS | PAMPCICS | PNPSCICS | PAUTCICS | PWHFCICS | PUB01J04 BMP | PSRVCICS | PPC13J10 BMP | PHE02J01 BMP | PPC13J20 BMP | PHE06J02 BMP | PETEST16 BMP CTL DBRC DLS

| | Region ------

.4

%

.0

%

.0

%

.0

%

.0

%

.0

%

Type

----

TCB

SRB

Total

-----

Type

----

| PPC13J30 | PEP20J30 | PPC13J40 | PEP20J40 | PPC13J50 | PPC13J60 | PPC13J70 | PPE01J01 | PUP11J02 | PUP21J02 | PHE06J01 | PEP20J80 | PEA03J40 1.5 % BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP BMP .4 .0 % % | PPTEST01 BMP .0 % |

---

1.2 %

---

.3 %

TCB

SRB

Total

---

---

-----

.1 %

.0 %

.1

.0

%

.0

%

.0

.0

%

.0

%

.0

.0

%

.0

%

.0

.3

%

.0

%

.3

.1

%

.0

%

.1

.1

%

.0

%

.1

.2

%

.0

%

.2

1.0

%

.0

%

1.0

.2

%

.0

%

.2

.0

%

.0

%

.0

.0

%

.0

%

.0

.0

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.0

%

.0

.0

%

.0

%

.0

| |

%| %| %| %| %| %| %| %| %| %| %| %| %| %| |

+=============================================================================+

In the CPU activity panel shown here, the total for each region in relation to total CPU time is given. If the totals are added, you get the percentage of total CPU time used by the IMS environment. The region totals for the indicated period (8 hours in this case) are further broken down into TCB and SRB percentages.

The length of the time interval specified for COMBINE should generally be an even multiple of your RMF collection interval length. Although you can use an interval which is not an even multiple, the resulting displays may be irregular, confusing, or difficult to use. Also, you should not use an interval less than your RMF collection interval.

Indiscriminate use of COMBINE can cause EPILOG to read and process a large amount of data. When combining weeksor monthsworth of data, you will probably want to use EPILOG in batch mode.

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