erich_hieden wrote:If I guessed (and that's the only thing I can do without seeing that script), I'd say it's a SQL-query that returns lot of records. Check if there are other jobs having high CPU usage as well (Look espacially at the QSYSWRK/QSQSRVR jobs). You can easily do this placing your cursor in the CPU column in WRKACTJOB and then pressing F16 (and then refreshing of course).
beadly wrote:Thank you for the suggestion. Zend server isn't having the high CPU usage right now, but I will look if i notice it creeping up again. When I was looking at it yesterday, I did notice there was another job running at about 6-9%, but it looked like one that was calling a system program. Is it possible that the system program was looping and causing Zend server to have issues?
erich_hieden wrote:If the program was called by ZendServer then yes, otherwise I don't think so. That's why I suggested looking at the QSQSRVR jobs, which are responsible for serving the SQL queries. If the second job were a program you called in your PHP script, you'd tell me, wouldn't you? ;-)
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