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COFVLH02E VLF trimmed objects younger than the ALERTAGE

 
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Raleigh Naidoo

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 3:37 am    Post subject: COFVLH02E VLF trimmed objects younger than the ALERTAGE
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We receive the following message from VLF_MAXVIRT Health Checker, COFVLH02E VLF trimmed objects younger than the ALERTAGE.'
The object trimmed in this instance was CSVLLA. It’s ALERTAGE and MAXVIRT settings were 60 and 4096(16M). I changed the MAXVIRT setting to 16384(64M) but continue to receive COFVLH02E messages for CSVLLA. Our paging rates are very low with an average 30% slots in use. I don't think increasing MAXVIRT further will have any impact to paging. I issued the 'F VLF,REPLACE,NN=xx' command to dynamically introduce the MAXVIRT changes? Is this effectively the same as restarting VLF or is there some added benefit restarting VLF?

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How can determine what the correct MAXVIRT size should be for CSVLLA? Is there any analytical process to determine this.
Any other suggestions?

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Robert Sample

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 6:53 am    Post subject:
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I issued the 'F VLF,REPLACE,NN=xx' command to dynamically introduce the MAXVIRT changes? Is this effectively the same as restarting VLF or is there some added benefit restarting VLF?
Yes, this is pretty much the same as restarting VLF. System programmers use MODIFY (F) console commands frequently to change system parameters.

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How can determine what the correct MAXVIRT size should be for CSVLLA? Is there any analytical process to determine this.
Any other suggestions?
One recommendation is to look at your SMF 41 records. If you have MXG or MICS, this is much easier than if you don't. If you don't have one of them and don't feel like fiddling with the SMF 41 records too much, you could keep increasing MAXVIRT until the trimmed objects go away. MAXVIRT can go to 512K (524288) which is 2 GB of memory, so even at 64M you have a long way before the maximum. Of course, the value to use depends upon a number of variables, but just to get rid of the HC message might be worth it.
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Raleigh Naidoo

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 9:04 am    Post subject: Reply to: COFVLH02E VLF trimmed objects younger than the ALERTAGE
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Thanks Robert. We dont have Mics or SAS but will see if I can extract the information from SMF Type 41.

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