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STROBE 4.1 : How can I obtain Modules loaded in memory?

 
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 10:06 pm    Post subject: STROBE 4.1 : How can I obtain Modules loaded in memory?
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We are doing a transition from APA to Strobe and we found that Strobe do not return the same information as S03 APA's report, that is, the load module summary, that include:

- Module loaded
- Location: JPA, PLPA, etc.
- execution count

I cant obtain this information with Strobe, i Know and Compuware confirms.

Anyone knows how can i obtain that, perhaps with a rexx ? Any solution?

Thanks in advance
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:50 pm    Post subject:
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Hello,

One of the costs often associated with replacing a tool is the loss of some of the functionality of that tool. . . Indeed, it sometimes happens that the loss is of some feature that caused the tool to be purchased in the first palce.

What does Compuware suggest? Is there an add-on that may be licensed? Will they do what you want for a fee?

If that functionality is completely gone, what will be the impact?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 12:31 am    Post subject: Reply to: STROBE 4.1 : How can I obtain Modules loaded in m
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Hi Dick,

Compuware say that the information provided by S03 APA report is not important for improve aplication performance, and thats true , at least in part.

However, this information is very important for us.

We think that could be obteined from SMF or directly invoking system services. I dont know exactly how to do it, but sure someone have a rexx or an idea of how to do it.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 12:55 am    Post subject:
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Hello,

Quote:
- Module loaded
- Location: JPA, PLPA, etc.
- execution count
It may help if you post some of the output that you currently use from this.

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but sure someone have a rexx or an idea of how to do it.
Someone may have some rexx code but the issue is not knowing rexx. It is knowing how to navigate within the system.

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Compuware say that the information provided by S03 APA report is not important for improve aplication performance
Even if they do not consider this important, i suspect they might provide a way to get it (possibly even rexx, but not likely) if your organization is willing to pay for it.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 12:59 am    Post subject:
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search the contents supervisor control blocks. Specifically the CDEs and LPDEs. It is all in memory, you just have to run the chains. I think there are some execs out there that do this.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 12:34 pm    Post subject:
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Hi Dick,

Compuware dont provide any other way to obtein this information.

I know is not enough have a good rexx kowledge, but probably the tool for obtein this information could be build on it.

The APA s03 report returns this information:
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:56 pm    Post subject: Reply to: STROBE 4.1 : How can I obtain Modules loaded in m
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Ooops. . . icon_redface.gif

The info did not make it to the post icon_smile.gif

If you posted an attachment, someone may have deleted the attachment as several of our contributors cannot get the attachments.

Please use copy/paste from the 3270-screen and then use the "Code" tag.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 9:18 pm    Post subject:
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Code:
S03: Load Module Summary (5145/SHREJ141)                    Row 00001 of 00049
Command ===>                                                  Scroll ===> CSR 
                                                                               
Module     Locn  Address  Count  Size(bytes)  Attributes  DDName    Load Librar
                                                                               
CEEBINIT   LPA   00C5D000    1       55,280   RU RN                           
DFSWSFX2   CSA   00A9A000    1        2,152                                   
DSNBBM     JPA   45713000    1    1,318,912   RU RN       STEPLIB   DSN.DSNLOAD
DSNECP00   JPA   0000E000    1       16,384   RU RN       JOBLIB    DSN.DSNLOAD
DSNECP10   JPA   00015000    1      290,816   RU RN       JOBLIB    DSN.DSNLOAD
DSNELI     JPA   45739010    1          928   RU RN       JOBLIB    DSN.DSNLOAD
DSNHADDR   JPA   45738E80    1          384   RU RN       JOBLIB    DSN.DSNLOAD
DSNHADD2   JPA   45738D20    1          352   RU RN       JOBLIB    DSN.DSNLOAD
DSNIDM     JPA   4598E000    1    5,083,136   RU RN       STEPLIB   DSN.DSNLOAD
DSNK2DM    JPA   45E67000    1    1,187,840   RU RN       STEPLIB   DSN.DSNLOAD
DSNVGEPL   CSA   3DA3C910    1      124,656                                   
DSNVRMEL   CSA   3DB14778    1        2,184                                   
DSNVSR     CSA   3DA0A850    1       14,256                                   
DSNWVAPR   CSA   3DA90B78    1       70,792                                   
DSNWVSR1   CSA   3DA61F10    1       16,624                                   
DSNXEEZ    CSA   3D0F0CC8    1        9,016                                   
DSNXGRDS   JPA   46560000    1   14,245,888   RU RN       STEPLIB   DSN.DSNLOAD



Thank you very much Dick
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