R16.0 profile data library (PROFLIB)

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CA SYSVIEW Performance Management NXBRIDGE - SYSYVIEW/ENDEVOR

Issue/Introduction

We are migrating from R15 to R16.

How will we know when someone's profile has been converted from Dsn-System-PROFILE 
sysview
.CNM4BPRF to Dsn-System-PROFLIB 
sysview
.CNM4BPDL? 

Can Dsn-System-PROFLIB 
sysview
.CNM4BPDL be shared between mulitple LPARs in the same plex?   

Environment

Release : 16.0

Component : SYSVIEW

Resolution

A1) Issue the command PROFLIST UserId (Where UserId is a valid UserId).


When a profile has been converted, the returned display will show in the Heading area the Last UpdateDate/Time and the UserId.


If the profile has not been converted it will display in the Heading area the Last UpdateDate/Time and the release such as SYSV150

A2) From the r16.0 documentation located here:


https://techdocs.broadcom.com/content/broadcom/techdocs/us/en/ca-mainframe-software/performance-and-storage/ca-sysview-performance-management/16-0/scenarios-how-to-articles-videos-and-online-help-topics/online-help-topics/ca-sysview-base-product/ca-sysview-system-configuration-options.html


for the System Configuration Options:
 
Dsn-System-PROFILE
Specifies the data set name of the profile library.
Valid values: Any valid data set name.
Default value: NOT.DEFINED.SYSVIEW.CNM4BPRF
Sharing: This data set can be shared with multiple instances of SYSVIEW and across systems. If profile data set is allocated as a PDS, it can be shared across multiple sysplexes. If profile data set is allocated as a PDSE, it can only be shared within a single sysplex.