OpenVMS Boot Camp 2015
 
OpenVMS Performance & Availability Updates - Part 1 of 2

Track: Performance

Speaker
Speaker: Rob Eulenstein, Master Technologist, Hewlett-Packard Company
Speaker: Keith Parris, Engineer, Hewlett-Packard Company


Description
This session provides an update on the latest recommendations and techniques related to OpenVMS performance, based on performance challenges faced recently by OpenVMS customers. It also covers recent and planned improvements and enhancements in OpenVMS related to performance. Topics currently planned for these two sessions include, but are not limited to, the following: V8.4 - DISMOUNT Keyword in HBMM Policies, Loss of S0/S1 Space due to many KPBs, Eliminate Unused NICs; Better for PEDRIVER and for S0/S1 Space, Use Paged Dynamic Memory Lookaside Lists (PAGED_LAL_SIZE), An Interesting Tidbit from Console Output during Boot, Unusual SYS$EXAMPLES:RAD.COM Output, How does AUTOGEN handle Large Memory Systems?, A Couple of DVE (Dynamic Volume Expansion) Quirks, Remember to use Host-Based Mini-Copy when possible, Caution When Setting EFIFCScanLevel, A Forced Crash due to a CPU Bottleneck, Halt Testing on Integrity Servers, Adding RMS Global Buffers to a file should help performance, right?, Locating Multinet Code in S0/S1 Space in a Crash Dump, Shadow Sets with Zero Working Members, Root RSB Lock Activity Counters: Are those Locking Rates Correct?, CPUSPINWAIT crashes during Lock Directory Rebuild Operations, A V8.4-1H1 Installation Log, i2 blade versus i4 blade Performance Tests

Experience Level
Advanced