following an output of amepat:
Command Invoked : amepat 1
Date/Time of invocation : Fri May 28 18:10:26 DFT 2010
Total Monitored time : 1 mins 11 secs
Total Samples Collected : 1
Partition Name : xxxxxxx
Processor Implementation Mode : POWER7
Number Of Logical CPUs : 8
Processor Entitled Capacity : 0.40
Processor Max. Capacity : 2.00
True Memory : 3.00 GB
SMT Threads : 4
Shared Processor Mode : Enabled-Uncapped
Active Memory Sharing : Disabled
Active Memory Expansion : Enabled
Target Expanded Memory Size : 3.00 GB
Target Memory Expansion factor : 1.00
System Resource Statistics: Current
CPU Util (Phys. Processors) 0.09 5%
Virtual Memory Size (MB) 1882 61%
True Memory In-Use (MB) 2124 69%
Pinned Memory (MB) 444 14%
File Cache Size (MB) 227 7%
Available Memory (MB) 1084 35%
AME Statistics: Current
AME CPU Usage (Phy. Proc Units) 0.00 0%
Compressed Memory (MB) 0 0%
Compression Ratio N/A
Active Memory Expansion Modeled Statistics:
Modeled Expanded Memory Size : 3.00 GB
Average Compression Ratio : 0.00
Active Memory Expansion Recommendation:
The amount of compressible memory for this workload is small. Only
46.62% of the current memory size is compressible. This tool analyzes
compressible memory in order to make recommendations. Due to the small
amount of compressible memory, this tool cannot make a recommendation
for the current workload.
Is 46.62% compressible memory really to small to use AME?
If yes, which amount of compressible memory amepat is needing to calculate modeling results and give a usefull recommendation?
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2 replies Latest Post - 2010-06-09T09:21:20Z by susanneweiss
Pinned topic amepat shows no modeling results and no recommendation
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Updated on 2010-06-09T09:21:20Z at 2010-06-09T09:21:20Z by susanneweiss
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