IDMS Performance Monitor

IDMS Performance Monitor (Performance Monitor) is a performance and tuning tool. You can use Performance Monitor to monitor hardware and software resource utilization in a DC/UCF system.
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IDMS Performance Monitor (Performance Monitor) is a performance and tuning tool. You can use Performance Monitor to monitor hardware and software resource utilization in a DC/UCF system.
For information about installing Performance Monitor only or installing it with other IDMS products, see the Installing section.
Customizing Performance Monitor
The process for customizing Performance Monitor is as follows:
  1. Code any installation parameters that are specific to Performance Monitor.
  2. Generate the installation job control.
  3. (Optional) Modify the parameters of #PMOPT, which is the macro that specifies runtime options for Performance Monitor.
  4. Execute the installation job stream.
  5. (Optional) Modify the parameters of the #PMGEN macro that is embedded in the three Performance Monitor initialization modules.
  6. Define report/billing groups for the Application Monitor.
  7. (Optional for z/OS only) Start the IDMSINFO address space if you want to enable monitoring of a remote CV.
    For more information about starting the IDMSINFO address space, see IDMSINFO Service Provider.
  8. (Optional) Add external security product definitions to authorize canceling a remote IDMS task as follows:
    1. Create a resource class (CDT profile) of [email protected]
    2. Follow the pattern "TASK.
      targetCVname
      .
      taskcode
      " for resource names. Control authority is required.
  9. (Optional) Add external security product definitions to authorize monitoring of an external IDMS CV as follows:
    1. Create a resource class (CDT profile) of [email protected]
    2. Follow the pattern "SYST.targetCVname" for resource names.
    3. Compile and link-edit a new RHDCSRTT module with the SECXMON=YES parameter into a CDMSLIB loadlib in the startup JCL of the secured target CV.
  11.  Restart the system to activate Performance Monitor.