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12.1.6 I08 - IMS DL/I WAIT Time by PSB
I08 identifies any delays caused by wait conditions in IMS regions. This report shows wait
time by IMS PSB and is meaningful when measuring a region in which multiple IMS PSBs are
scheduled. Only wait time observed when an IMS PSB is active is reported. Wait time is
identified both within the processing of DL/I calls and outside of DL/I call processing.
Each report line quantifies wait time as a percentage of the overall time during which IMS
PSBs were active, as shown in Figure 12-16.
Figure 12-16 I08: IMS WAIT Time by PSB (expanded)
Note: Any time when no IMS programs were active is excluded. This ensures that
quantifications are not distorted by inactive intervals such as those that occur between
scheduled transactions.
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Because source program mapping data is available, by entering the P line command on any
line where csect + offset is displayed, Application Performance Analyzer displays the source
code for the statement, as shown in Figure 12-17, for DLI call number 00001.
Figure 12-17 P01: Source Program Attribution (from I08)
It is also possible (by entering the + line command on any DDname) to show additional details
(the same information as D04: Dataset Attributes for non-VSAM file or D06: DASD VSAM
Statistics for VSAM file), as shown in Figure 12-18, for DR2F.
Figure 12-18 Additional details (D06) for VSAM file from I09

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