San Diego '99
OpenVMS Performance Management - Getting the Most From Your VAX or Alpha
- Topic Area:
- Track: Open VMS
- Topic: Performance & Tuning
- Type: Weekend Seminar
09:00 AM Duration:
- Wayne Sauer
- President, The PARSEC Group
- During this course common performance issues are examined with suggested recommendations for improving performance. The approach taken in this course is not to say, "This is the parameter and this is what its value should be". Instead we will be examining how the parameters affect the operations of OpenVMS and what the tradeoffs are in increasing or decreasing those parameter values. By this method you will understand what you are doing when changing a parameter value rather than just doing it because "you're just supposed to". Another benefit to this approach is that you will be able to tune any VAX or AXP in any environment to get the optimal performance from your computing environment.
* Methods for identification, isolation and resolution of OpenVMS performance issues
* Tools and methods of performance analysis to include the monitor utility, the accounting utility and various DCL commands
*Memory performance considerations such as working sets, non-paged pool, memory management and installing known images
* CPU performance considerations
* I/O performance considerations
* Real world examples
* Jokes to help ease data overrun
- Identify and isolate performance bottlenecks.
- Determine what is needed to rid the system of the identified bottlenecks.
- Identify the SYSGEN parameters that control system performance and how they affect performance.
- Prerequisites for attendees:
- This seminar is for the experienced system manager. A number of these topics will get quite in-depth. The more experience you have with the OpenVMS operating system, the more you will get from the course. There will be a GREAT deal of information presente
- Required Skill Level:
Assumes general knowledge of topic, familiarity w/basic terms & procedures
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