Onstat -g ntu 
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 Onstat -g ntu

Hi,
I would like to know what means column q-nrm in onstat -g ntu. I have
big negative numbers here(-10 000). Is it normal?
Thanks,
Vaclav Boura



Fri, 04 Jun 2004 22:06:57 GMT
 Onstat -g ntu

From http://www.oninit.com/onstat/index.html

q-nrm
            The current/maximum number of normal
            data buffers used by this thread.
                                                 Decimal

In the example one value for q-nrm is -5456/0.  On my production box
virtually all are negative.  Might be because I don't reset statistics due
to know defects with onstat -z.
I'd go looking for known defects at the Informix web site if I really cared
to know why they are negative.  

Regards,
Bill Dare

Quote:
> -----Original Message-----

> Sent:      Monday, December 17, 2001 9:07 AM
> To:        'Informix IIUG'
> Subject:   Onstat -g ntu

> Hi,
> I would like to know what means column q-nrm in onstat -g ntu. I have
> big negative numbers here(-10 000). Is it normal?
> Thanks,
> Vaclav Boura



Fri, 04 Jun 2004 22:49:50 GMT
 
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