How do you determine how much money PMO is saving your organization?
The key to answering this question is the PMOMON report. PMOMON consists of a set of displays that are one or more screens in length. The displays contain statistics on various aspects of directory search activity on your system.
PMOMON is described in Chapter 1 of the Systems Programmer Guide. You can run it online or in batch to get a variety of reports on what PMO is doing.
For the purpose of answering this broad question, we recommend that you run the report in batch. The JCL below will give you two reports.
- Report D0 lists all of your PMO parameters. That's a handy thing to have and may help you in interpreting the results of the next report.
- Report D5 will give you Performance and Cost Savings. The manual can help you interpret the results which will be in three parts: Cumulative, Peak Interval, and Current Interval.
//PMOMON EXEC PGM=PMOMON
//STEPLIB DD DSN=your.pmo.loadlib,DISP=SHR
//PMOSYSIN DD *
The Cumulative report has statistics from the last time that PMO was started to the present. You can reset these statistics with the F PMO,RESET command.
Release: ESBPMO99000-4.4-PMO-Extended Support-Basic for CA PMO RPO