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When using PDI the CPU can be viewed at from a wide variety of different angels. We are missing a graph showing the number of jobs on the system related to the CPU consumption. As in today's world pre-start jobs on IBM i are becoming more and more important only recording the peak usage and average usage will no longer do. a graph showing the pre-start job usage related to the CPU consumption is an add-on when tuning for optimal performance.
When CPU consumption is high on your system, with the current available graphs it is hard to relate this to a possible increase on the number of jobs actiev on the system. This vital information is missing in PDI
When you are looking for information to tune pre-start jobs an average or peak usage does not tell the story how the use of pre-start jobs is evolving during the day. In order to configure pre-start an extra graph showing this will clearly direct you in setting the correct parameters for a better performance.
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