To generate reports from SMF statistics records, you must first define a STATS statement in the PowerExchange DBMOVER configuration file. The STATS statement specifies the SMF record type of the records that contain PowerExchange statistics.
The DTLSMFRP program generates the following types of reports, ordered by SMF record:
Time and CPU statistics
. Reports the following information, ordered by SMF record:
SMF record type
Process ID of the PowerCenter client connection
Job name and user ID associated with the client
Start time of the PowerExchange Listener or client
End time of the client connection to the Listener
CPU time used during the reporting interval and as of the end of the session
PowerCenter session information
. Reports the map name and PowerCenter session ID.
Access method statistics
. Reports the access method, the file name or table name that the access request used, the number of rows that were read and that were written, and the number of bytes that were read and that were written.
. If you have a Db2 for z/OS source, reports the following information ordered by SMF record:
Connection type (CONNTYPE)
Authorization ID (AUTHID)
SQL statements processed
Number of rows processed
SQL return code (SQLCODE)
Reason code (RSNCODE)
Number of updates, deletes, and inserts processed
The DTLSMFRP program can also create dumps of SMF information that Informatica Global Customer Support can use for diagnosing problems, or that third-party reporting tools can use to determine the SMF record layouts that the PowerExchange Listener produces.
If you want the report to contain information from a single PowerExchange Listener, assign a unique SMF record type to the STATS parameter in each PowerExchange Listener DBMOVER configuration file. Otherwise, the report will contain information from every PowerExchange Listener that has the same SMF record type.