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Status Not under consideration
Workspace Db2
Components Workload Management
Created by Guest
Created on Feb 4, 2021

Mechanism to identify a workload and adjust memory values

Workloads can be different in a database, executed at different times.

When the STMM is active, and a workload (let's say A) runs for several hours, then the memory will be fine adjuted for the workload at the end of the execution.

However, for the next workload, the previous memory values will be "dedstroyed".

When the workload A starts again, the previous fine tunned memory values will not be available, and the process should adjust everything from the beginning.

It will be very usefull to save these values from fine tunned previous executions, in order to react quickly for the new execution of these recurrent processes.

Needed by Date Apr 1, 2021