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etc., are usually in comments in the source members.

If you have to install printed changes from an MXG Newsletter, you

could copy the affected member(s) from MXG.SOURCLIB into your existing

USERID.SOURCLIB and then make these changes therein. Use SPF 3.3

COPY command instead of the COPY subcommand of EDIT to avoid renumber.

Or alternately, you might create a new PDS, named MXG.CHANGLIB, and put

these in-between-version changes in that PDS, concatenating it between

USERID.SOURCLIB and MXG.SOURCLIB until you get the next MXG version.

When you do, you then delete this MXG.CHANGLIB library, as the changes

will have been installed for you in the new MXG version. It is wise to

record your changes in a member named CHANGES in the installation's

USERID.SOURCLIB as a permanent log of tailoring, etc.

Whenever you install changes or test a new version of MXG (or even for

your own reports), be extra careful to look on the SAS log for any real

error conditions. Search for all occurrences of "ERROR:" "ERROR :"

"UNINITIALIZED" "NOT CATLGD", as they usually indicate a serious error.

PROC PRINT and PROC MEANS of each new MXG-built SAS dataset will go

a long way in explaining their contents, and can be examined to detect

unusually large, negative, or suspicious values.

Summary of critical actions to be taken in installing new version:

a. All IMAC.... members in your USERID.SOURCLIB must be compared

with the new IMAC.... members, and if there is a difference,

you MUST start with this version's IMAC and retrofit your

installation changes.

b. It is always wisest to PROC PRINT the first 50 observations of

important datasets, especially PDB.JOBS, which can be affected

by user tailoring in IMACPDB. A visual scan will often alert you

to unexpected results.

Alphabetic INDEX of significant changes:

Member Change Description

ANALDB2R 8.030 DB2 Reporting from GTF data fails.

ANALDB2R 8.031 DB2 Report PMLOK03 fails with 170 format error.

ANALDB2R 8.067 Report selection by time frame incorrect, minor.

ANALDSET 8.077 ACCESS variable was not created, report failed.

ASMTMNT 8.070 MXG Tape Mount Monitor on 7.7 does support MVS/ESA.

ASUMCICS 8.023 Variable LENGTHs caused trunction.

ASUMCICS 8.076 Response buckets off by one.

ASUMJOBS 8.076 Response buckets off by one.

ASUMTMNT 8.076 Response buckets off by one.

BUILDPDB 8.069 ACCOUNT/SACCT in SMFINTRV, SPIN in PDB, TYPE25 added.

CONFIG 8.068 SAS 6.06 options member added to MXG library.

EXACFJR 8.047 ACF2 dataset ACF2JR may have deleted observations.

FMXGUCBL 8.009 Returns wrong value under SAS 5.18.

IMACPDB 8.048 Variables ABNDRSNC DIVRREAD DSSIZHWM TERMNAME added.

JCLTEST 8.001 Options MACRO DQUOTE MWORK=28K required by MXG.

JCLTEST 8.025 WORK.DIRMACR REQUIRES MORE SPACE error condition.

JCLTREND 8.058 PROC SORT added to avoid not-sorted condition.

NPM 8.038 NPM records from VM can be processed.

TYPE110 8.065 Support for new CICS 3.1.1 major changes.

TYPEDCOL 8.074 Support for SMS DCOLLECT data records.

TYPEIMS 8.006 IMS crashes caused duplicate DTOKEN.

TYPEMONI 8.036 CREATIME in MONITASK may have wrong date.

TYPEORAC 8.080 Support for Oracle SMF record.

TYPETSOM 8.007 Missing STRTTIME in TSOMCMND.

VMAC110 8.040 CICSTRAN may have 0 observations with CICS 1.7.

VMAC1415 8.017 New HiperBatch counts added to SMF type 1415.

VMAC37 8.022 Variable KEEP, FORMATs.

VMAC39 8.022 TYPE39EL conditionally created. ZDATE kept.

VMAC41 8.015 New VLF counts in new subtype 3 SMF type 41.

VMAC6 8.057 STOPOVER due to invalid external writer record.

VMAC6156 8.027 STOPOVER error with ICF catalog record section.

VMAC6156 8.034 Minor. Variable FUNCTION more values decoded.

VMAC6156 8.039 TYPE6156 VOLSER may be wrong for GDGs.

VMAC7072 8.066 Support for new "SRCL" field in RMF Product section.

VMAC78 8.049 TYPE78CF only output if CHPID is online.

VMAC79 8.012 STOPOVER correction, support validation.

VMAC79 8.055 Formats and units corrections.

VMACACF2 8.002 ACF2 SMF record caused STOPOVER.

VMACCIMS 8.064 Support for IMF 2.6 (for IMS 3.1).

VMACCRAY 8.044 New code. Support for CRAY COS operating system

VMACDMON 8.003 Uninitialized variable in ANALDMON caused.

VMACIDMS 8.005 IDMS SMF record variables format incorrect.

VMACIMS 8.042 Minor IMS log processing changes.

VMACNSPY 8.010 NETSPY 3.2 support was incomplete.

VMACNSPY 8.043 Netspy 3.1 STOPOVER.

VMACROSC 8.028 ROSCOAUD contained zero observations always.

VMACSMF 8.013 DB2 read from GTF. Minor.

VMACSYNC 8.020 Invalid CPUTCBTM value detected.

VMACSYNC 8.056 SIRECFM,SORECFM contain invalid data value.

VMACTMNT 8.033 Minor. Formats for DEVFROM/DEVTO.

VMACTPX 8.016 No observations in TPXINTRV.

VMACVMON 8.037 Divide by zero.

VMACVMON 8.045 24APR90 became 02OCT89 when 202 day clock wrapped.

VMACVMXA 8.004 OMEGAMON/VM creates invalid VM/XA VB records.

VMACVMXP 8.041 Minor EXPLORE/VM processing changes.

VMACVVDS 8.073 Validation of VVDS record created by ASMVVDS.

VMACX37 8.024 STOPX37, minor.

VMACZRB 8.054 RMF 4.1.1 caused STOPOVER.

VMACZRB 8.079 Further validation, release independent RMF III.

Alphabetic INDEX of significant changes (continued):

Member Change Description

VMXGSUM 8.021 Missing variable initialization protection.

VMXGVTOC 8.018 OFFSET4E and SMS variables added.

VMXGVTOC 8.032 Minor. RECFM should be $4.

VMXGVTOC 8.075 Did not capture free space at beginning of volume.

VMXGVTOR 8.009 Incorrect on 7.7, changes not propagated.

XMAC7072 8.014 ZDATE not kept in TYPE70PR and TYPE72MN

XMAC71 8.014 Extraneous period.

XMACEPIL 8.019 Plus sign missing. Don't use VMACEPIL or XXACEPIL.

ZZZZZZZZ 8.011 Final member of MXG Library is named.

Inverse chronological list of all Changes 8.080 thru 8.001

****************NEWSLETTER SIXTEEN**************************************

MXG NEWSLETTER NUMBER SIXTEEN February 14, 1990

Technical Newsletter for Users of MXG : Merrill's Expanded Guide to CPE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. MXG SOFTWARE VERSION 7.7 ANNOUNCEMENT. pages 2 thru 8

1. Production MXG Version 7.7 enhancements. page 2

2. Installation sizing and instructions for MXG 7.7. page 6

3. Enhancements planned for the next version of MXG. page 7

4. Future considerations for MXG enhancements. page 8

II. TECHNICAL NOTES pages 9 thru 18

1. MVS/ESA changes to RMF CPU Capture Ratio decreases. page 9

2. MVS PTFs page 10

3. MVS Technical Notes page 10

a. CPU cost of page movement to/from ESTORE.

b. Additional notes on TYPE72 variable ACTFRMTM.

c. Impact on BUILDPDB of the PROC SYNCSORT product.

d. SRM control in LPAR PR/SM environment.

e. Conjecture on PR/SM Dedicated Partition timings.

f. Memory measurement reference.

g. No EXCP data for type 30 subtypes 4 and 5 from STCs.

h. PR/SM and LPAR considerations.

i. ESTORE and MAXMPL notes.

j. Sequencing of task startup for RESOLVE and RMF.

k. Upper limit on QSAM/BSAM buffers.

l. Parallel mount impact on MXGTMNT measured duration.

m. 3480 tape cartridge statistics.

n. Cost of initializing MXG Trend data base

4. VM/XA Performance Note on DSPSLICE value. page 15

5. SAS System Technical Notes page 16

a. SAS technique to locate data value location in INPUT.

b. MXG Compatibility with SAS Version 6.06+.

c. Timestamp trunction with incorrect LENGTH value.

III. CHANGE LOG pages 19 thru 42

Changes through Change 7.243 to 7.166

IV. SRM CPU parameters for MPL Control In LPAR pages 43 thru 45

Reprint (with permission of IBM Corporation) of this

fine article by Richard Armstrong, originally made

available as Washington Systems Center FLASH 8923,

June, 1989.

COPYRIGHT (C) 1990 BY MERRILL CONSULTANTS DALLAS TEXAS

MXG IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF MERRILL CONSULTANTS

SAS IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF SAS INSTITUTE

I. MXG SOFTWARE VERSION 7.7 ANNOUNCEMENT.

1. Production MXG Version 7.7 enhancements.

The Production Version 7.7 of MXG was shipped during the last week of

February, 1990, to all supported MXG sites.

MXG Version 7.7 dated February 14, 1990, thru Change 7.243).

(Newsletter SIXTEEN dated February 14, 1990, thru Change 7.243).

(PRERELEASE MXG 7.6 dated January 29, 1990, thru Change 7.228).

(PRERELEASE MXG 7.5 dated December 22, 1989, thru Change 7.207).

(PRERELEASE MXG 7.4 dated November 25, 1989, only for an ESP).

(PRERELEASE MXG 7.3 dated November 25, 1989, thru Change 7.190).

(Newsletter FIFTEEN dated November 11, 1989, thru Change 7.165).

(PRERELEASE MXG 7.2 dated October 19, 1989, thru Change 7.161).

(BETA test MXG 7.1 dated September 14, 1989, thru Change 7.140).

(BETA test MXG 7.0 dated May 31, 1989 thru Change 7.098).

(Newsletter FOURTEEN dated April 1, 1989, thru Change 7.035).

Previous Version 6.6 dated January 20, 1989, had 206 changes.

Operating System and Subsystem Version.Releases supported in MXG 7.7:

MVS/ESA thru 3.1.3 and DFP thru 3.2.

CICS thru 2.1.

DB2 thru 2.2.0.

RACF thru 1.9.

VM/370 thru Release 6 and HPO thru Release 5 (no known problems).

VM/XA SP thru 2.1 plus later PTFs.

IMS 2.1 and IMS 2.2 (see special note for 1.3).

New Devices Recognized and/or supported in MXG 7.7:

3490 and 9348 tape drives (cart and reel respectively) recognized.

3480/3490 Tape Compression (IDRC) recognized.

3390 DASD devices recognized and counted in EXCP3390/IOTM3390.

Most important new enhancement in MXG Version 7.7:

MXGTMNT, the long awaited MXG Tape Mount Monitor, captures how long

operators take to mount tapes, and identifies which job mounted what

tape on which tape drive when, with no system modifications. The

monitor wakes up every 2 seconds to scan the UCB chain, and writes

a User SMF record when each tape mount is satisfied.

Alphabetic (by acronym, of course) list of major changes, enhancements,

and new products/versions now included and supported in MXG 7.7:

ACF2 'ARE' data sets captured.

AION Development System SMF record from AION.

VSAM activity included with non-VSAM in ANALDSET I/O analysis by job.

ARBITER SMF records from Tangram product.

CMF and RMF records can now be differentiated.

CPU Serials added to RMFINTRV.

DB2 Audit Class trace type 102 records.

DB2 SQL text ("what he typed in") is captured.

DB2PM-like reporting enhancements for DB2 2.2 in ANALDB2R.

DFP 3.2 TYPE42 SMF record.

DOS/VSE Power 3.1.2.

FILEAID SMF record from COMPUWARE product.

GTF format DB2 trace data supported.

ICF TYPE6156 VOLSER capture and enhancement.

IDRC (Improved Data Recording Compression) for 3480/3490 tapes.

IMS 1.3 transaction processing: see Change 7.075.

IMS 2.0 and IMS 2.1 response measurement corrections.

JES2 mods to capture SYSOUT release timestamp in type 6 SMF record.

MDFTRACK SMF record from Amdahl MDF environment.

MVS/ESA 3.1.3 SMF and RMF records.

MVS/ESA CPU timings in step records.

NAF SMF record from Candle's Network Accounting Facility.

NETSPY Release 3.2 SMF record.

NETVIEW TYPE37 Release 2 Hardware Monitor External Log Record.

NETVIEW TYPE39 Release 2 Session Monitor External Log Record.

OMEGAMON Command Audit SMF record from Candle.

PDB.STEPS contains STEP accounting fields (if any).

PDSMAN/XP Release 6 SMF record.

RACF 1.9 (based on SMF 3.1.3 manual) SMF records.

RMF Monitor II Type 79 SMF record (fourteen subtypes).

RMF Monitor III VSAM data set records and TYPE72MN enhancement.

ROSCOE 5.6 support for variable number of complexity levels.

STOPX37 Release 3.3 SMF record from Empact product.

STX Release 1.0+ supported.

TLMS (Tape Library Management System) catalog records.

TMON/MVS data records (non-SMF) from Landmark's Monitor for MVS.

TMS (Tape Management System) catalog records.

TPX Release 2.0.0 SMF supported.

TREND data base validation and enhanced report examples.

TSO/MON Version 5.2 SMF record from Legent product.

VM/XA SP 2.1 plus PTFs, and protection for VCOLLECT environment.

VMXGVTOC enhanced for VSAM with 128 extents and DASD VTOC data.

VSAM TYPE64 PTF to add important data for HiperBatch aid.

Validation and cleanup of all reported MXG 6.6 errors.

Pre-release by pre-release delta of changes (for testers, thanks!):

Significant changes added in 7.7 that were not in 7.6:

Support for Release 3.3 of Empact's STOPX37 product.

IMS 2.2 algorithm enhancements improve IMS log response captured.

ANALDB2R updated for DB2 2.2 (most reports, except DDF).

Lots of final cleanup from pre-release testing.

Significant changes added in 7.6 that were not in 7.5:

Support for all 14 subtypes of the type 79 RMF Monitor II record.

Support for VM/XA SP 2.1 plus new PTFs, and integrity enhancements.

Enhanced decoding of TYPE6156 ICF Catalog record to add VOLSER(s).

Support for Candle's Network Accounting Facility SMF records.

Support for Legent's TSO/MON Version 5.2 added.

Support for Landmark's TMON/MVS product.

Significant changes added in 7.5 that were not in 7.3:

Support for MVS/ESA 3.1.3, including the major enhancements in type

6 SMF record and a new type 42 DFP and 83 RACF SMF records.

Support for the VSAM PTF changing SMF 64 record (for HiperBatch Aid)

Support for DB2 Release 2.2.0 changes to 100, 101, and 102 records.

Support for Netspy Release 3.2.

Support for PDSMAN/XP Release 6.

Validation of NETVIEW type 37 SMF record modem section.

Correction of JES3 type 6 (prerelease only) error.

Significant changes added in 7.3 that were not in 7.2 or Newsletter 15
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