Joined: 14 Mar 2007 Posts: 8657 Location: Back in jolly old England
All of the information that you need should be contained in the type 30 SMF records.
Once you have extracted them you will need to write a program to interpret the records to extract the information.
If you have a performance / capacity planning group it is quite likely that they have already processed the records into a SAS database, and may already produce the information that you require. If they have not produced the report that you want it may be easier for them to do it, or failing that they can tell you exactly what SAS dataset to access to generate the report yopurself.
Joined: 06 Jun 2008 Posts: 8280 Location: Dubuque, Iowa, USA
When you read expat's link on SMF data, pay particular attention to the interval processing used with type 30 records. You can easily over count jobs and abends unless you handle the type 30 subtypes correctly.