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Tutorial : Processing SMF Data using Java

EasySMF:JE provides an API for accessing SMF data using Java. It provides Java classes to map SMF records and SMF record sections.

These tutorials are provided to illustrate the use of the EasySMF:JE Java API to process SMF data.

Contents

  1. EasySMF:JE Introduction
    The Introduction describes the basic principles of the API, including data and date-time conversions, and how to access record sections and subsections.

  2. Installation
    Quick Start Installation Instructions can be found here

  3. JCL to compile and run the code on z/OS.

  4. Scripts to compile and run the code on Windows and unix systems.

  5. Samples Most samples are self-contained in a single file and use the default package to make compiling and running the code on z/OS as simple as possible. You can transfer (or even cut and paste) the samples to a unix file on z/OS and use the supplied JCL to compile and run the code.

    • Sample 1: Read, extract and print SMF data Sample 1 shows the basics of reading SMF data and extracting sections and fields. Various CPU times are extracted and printed from the Processor Accounting section in the SMF type 30 subtype 5 (Job End) records. The data is output in CSV format.

    • Sample 2: Filter SMF data Sample 2 shows how you can use Java Streams to filter and process SMF data. The sample searches for SMF type 14 (input) and 15 (output) dataset close records for dataset SYS1.PARMLIB, and prints the time, system, jobname and the type of access.

    • Sample 3: Search SMF for a Text String Sample 3 shows how you can search for specific text when you don't know which specific record types might be relevant.

    • Sample 4: Group and Summarize SMF data Sample 4 shows how group and summarize SMF data in Java. The program reports statistics for each program name, taken from SMF type 30 subtype 4 (Step End) records.

    • Sample 5: Repeating Record Sections When a SMF record has a repeating section (typically described by a offset-length-count triplet), the sections will be returned in a List<T>. Sometimes a record will have no instances of a particular section - in that case an empty list is returned. Sample 5 generates a report based on the SMF type 30 EXCP Section.

    • Sample 6: A/B Reporting Sample 6 Shows how to create an A/B report on SMF data, e.g. to compare statistics before and after a change. The sample collects statistics by program name, and reports:

      • CP Time
      • zIIP Time
      • zIIP on CP Time
      • EXCP count
      • Change in zIIP% of total CPU time
      • Change in zIIP on CP% of total CPU time
      • Change in CPU milliseconds per I/O
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