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    jonesy wrote: > Has anyone had any experience of problems with SAVSYS taking a long > long time following upgrading to Version 5 Release1. I seem to have > applied all the latest PTF packages and any relating to SAVSYS > performance problems but I'm still experiencing problems. Any help > will be much appreciated. Have you performed more than one SavSys? If not, this may just be a side-effect of all of the object conversions that would occur as you save every object on the system. Bill

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    SAVSYS taking 3 hours following upgrade to V5R1

    Yeah, several SAVSYS's have been performed. Thanks for taking the time to reply with your suggestion.

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      SAVSYS taking 3 hours following upgrade to V5R1

      Has anyone had any experience of problems with SAVSYS taking a long long time following upgrading to Version 5 Release1. I seem to have applied all the latest PTF packages and any relating to SAVSYS performance problems but I'm still experiencing problems. Any help will be much appreciated.

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        SAVSYS taking 3 hours following upgrade to V5R1

        Try doing SAVSYS OMIT(*SECDTA) to narrow down the causes. If this works, it also has the advantage that SAVSECDTA does not require the system to be in a restricted state. (A disadvantage is there is some locking of objects while saving profiles; I don't recall details beyond that.) I think we had a problem like that when we went to V5R1 but that was over a year ago; I'd think the PTFs that fixed it would have been one of the previous Cume discs. OTOH, I just searched PTFs for SAVSYS, and it looks like an old (low-numbered) PTF, SI02913, is not yet on any Cume, nor are any superseding PTFs! The most recent supersede is SI07393. The original PTF's text says: SAVSECDTA for systems with large numbers of user profiles may experience poor performance. SAVSYS is also affected. SAVSECDTA has been updated to use temporary storage instead of permanent storage for a portion of its processing. Try it out. SI07393 can be applied Immediate.

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