Re: AIO -> STATE to be configured at system restart
From: Ralph (ralph.rye_at_norgetek.com)
Date: 22 Mar 2004 09:15:29 -0800
Yes, you need to enable AIO. Also your application needs to take
advantage of aio, software such as Oracle, and DB2 knows how to use
"C C" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<A207c.37566$PY.email@example.com>...
> This Asynchronous I/O characteristic in our RS6000 is set to "defined".
> When I get help on this characteristic, it says "... The possible values are
> defined, which indicates that the asynchronous I/O will be left in the
> defined state and not available for use, and available, indicating that
> asynchronous I/O will be configured and available for use.".
> Does this mean that our system is not making use of the Asynchronous I/O?
> I'm trying to improve our disk I/O performance because we are experiencing
> long system waits during buffer flush of our datavg volume group.
> Thanks in advance