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« Functional Usage Capabilities, Part 2 | Main | Job Performance Information »

September 05, 2012

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If you really want granular performance information (without the overhead of the Performance Tools assuming you have it), use the Job Accounting journals, there are several tools available to convert them to DB files. Then query the data using your favorite tool.

Hi Tim,

Your comment is a perfect lead-in for next week's blog. It's a high-level overview of all the ways you can get at job performance information, from very basic to very detailed and includes job accounting.

Dawn

I have added the following to end of the first level text:
"The job ran in the &6 subsystem."

just for quick reference.

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