The Software AG product ETS Optimize for Infrastructure enables you to monitor all Software AG component resources in real time. A global buffer pool, in the following called Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool, is available in Natural to provide system and operational data for monitoring all Natural components running in one LPAR (z/OS), on one machine (z/VSE) or on one host (BS2000).
This part describes the use of the Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool.
The following topics are covered:
All Optimize for Infrastructure Key Performance Indicator (KPI) data is collected in an Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool per LPAR (z/OS), machine (z/VSE) or host (BS2000). This buffer pool actually is a data space.
It consists of the following parts:
The pool header holds control information and statistical data.
The KPI pool holds all instances with their KPI data slots.
This is the pool where all sessions put their session data per dialog step.
The session data pool is written to in a wrap-around manner. Session data is aggregated by a back-ground task (aggregation daemon) into the associated KPI slots.
The following prerequisites must be met if you want to use the Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool:
The Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool must have been created and started; see the corresponding step in Installing Natural on z/OS in the Installation documentation.
The profile parameter
O4I must be set to
You start the Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool either as a batch job or as a
started task by executing module
vr represents the relevant product
To start the Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool
Specify the following parameters as
PARM in the JCL
EXEC statement (z/OS and z/VSE) or in the SYSDTA logical system
All parameters are positional and must be separated by a comma. They are explained in the table below:
||Total Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool size in KB. Can also be specified in units of MB or GB by adding a trailing M or G at the end of the size value.|
||Size of KPI sub-pool.|
||Aggregation daemon idle time in seconds. Valid Values:|
||Session data pool "filled" threshold, when the aggregation daemon is triggered for immediate wake-up. Valid values:|
The operator commands can be specified in any length from minimum (capital letter) up to full command name length.
Terminates the Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool.
In z/OS, the Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool can also be terminated via
the operator command
Stops the aggregation daemon.
Restarts the aggregation daemon.
When restarted, the aggregation daemon starts from session data pool start.
Sets the aggregation daemon idle time.
nn = value in seconds.
Sets the aggregation daemon trigger threshold.
nn = value in percent
Refer to Optimize Monitor Buffer Pool Messages in the Messages and Codes documentation.