Some amount of SMF data is always available. I've not seen anywhere that people could selectively deactivate "their" information. Not all systems capture all of the same information. Suggest you speak with the people who use the current SMF data and see what is available.Are SMF infos always available or people can deactivate their production?
Yes.So it is possible to have CPU time for online and batch programs.
SMF captures data. . . It is common across all mvs-style installations. It is not a "tool" - things that report against the smf data are tools - and there are very many.Do you know other similar tools?
I am going to speak about his with system people
In PARMLIB member SMFPRMxx you can select the SMF record types to be written or not written.dick scherrer wrote:I've not seen anywhere that people could selectively deactivate "their" information.