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SMCORE=(0K,0K)

This option specifies the amount of memory that you want each invocation of BMCSORT to use.

For more information, see Sort performance.

  • The first value specifies the total amount of memory used both below and above the 16-MB line.

  • The second value specifies only the amount of memory used below the 16-MB line.

You can enter either value as a number of kilobytes (using the suffix K) or megabytes (using the suffix M).

BMC recommends that you specify zero for both SMCORE values (as 0K or 0M) to allow BMC AMI Recover to determine the optimal amount of storage to allocate above and below the 16-MB line based on the following criteria:

  • Number of sorts to process

  • Amount of memory that is available during optimization

  • Value that you specified for REGION in either your JCL or system exits

For the first value, the following values are valid:

  • Zero, specified as 0K or 0M, tells BMC AMI Recover to determine the appropriate amount

  • 4096 KB through 65536 KB (specified by using the K suffix) or 4 MB through 64 MB (specified by using the M suffix) tells BMC AMI Recover to use the specified amount

For the second value, the following values are valid:

  • 0K (or 0M) tells BMC AMI Recover to determine the appropriate amount.

  • 256 KB through 4096 KB (specified by using the K suffix) or 1 MB through 4 MB (specified by using the M suffix) tells BMC AMI Recover to use the specified amount



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