System Health Check 

The System Health Check results in a report outlining what has been found and actions that need to be taken, both as a suggestion and as "highly advisable".


Summary of health check areas
  • Message Queues

  • - QSYSOPR messages - routine messages only

  • Storage

  • - Total disk(s) capacity
    - Disk usage (%)
    - Allocation across all disks
    - Disk protection configuration
    - ASP (Auxiliary Storage Pool) configuration

  • Active Subsystems & Jobs

  • - Message monitors

  • Scheduled Job Entries

  • - Job Schedule Entries
    - Managed Central Scheduler
    - Advanced Job Scheduler

  • Spool Files

  • - Program dumps
    - Service dumps
    - System resources usage

  • Job Queues

  • - Analysis of Job Queues

  • Device Status

  • - Hardware status and configurations

  • Problem Log

  • - Analysis of problems log entries

  • Housekeeping

  • - System security
    - Maintenance routine including BRMS
    - A variety of maintenance and housekeeping tasks and reports

  • Backups

  • - Backup configuration, scheduling and effectiveness

  • System Usage

  • - Jobs
    - Processor usage
    - Memory
    - Disk Space
    - Addresses

  • Program Temporary Fixes

  • - Analysis of Program Temporary Fixes applied


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