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Re: OAT Task returning incorrect value for "DBINFO

Posted By: Sumanth Rajagopal
Date: Tuesday, 19 November 2013, at 2:07 p.m.

Hi Jeff,

Once a task is set using OAT, the Informix scheduler would run it.

One way to manually run a task (which is defined in the ph_task table)
is: execute function exectask_async('<task_name>'); So, in your case below,
it would be, execute function exectask_async('mon_oper_per_second') in the
sysadmin db;

Regards,
Sumanth.

On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 3:31 PM, Jeff Filippi <
jeff.filippi@itdataconsulting.com> wrote:

> I ran into an issue where I created a stored procedure which will be called
> in an OAT task that I created.
>
> In the stored procedure, I use "DBINFO('utc_current')" in the select
> statement and I insert information into a table "mon_oper_per_sec".
>
> When I run the stored procedure manually it gives me the correct value.
>
> When it is ran thru the OAT scheduler, it does not give the correct value.
> It returns either 1384549200 or 1384549800.
>
> I have opened a PMR with IBM, but no luck so far.
>
> Wondering if anyone has ran into this issue.
>
> Also I would like to know "How does OAT execute the task from the "ph_task"
> table"?
>
> Here is the information (select of table inserting into, stored procedure,
> table schema and OAT task).
>
> SELECT * FROM mon_oper_per_sec
>
> ---------- <mailto:sysadmin@nminfxhadev1_tcp> sysadmin@nminfxhadev1_tcp
> ----------- Press CTRL-W for Help --------
>
> utc_date curr_date ops ops_diff num_sec
>
> 1384546780 2013-11-15 14:19:40 126253 0 0
> 1384546831 2013-11-15 14:20:31 126749 496 51
> 1384549200 2013-11-15 15:00:00 40772595 40645846 2369
> 1384549800 2013-11-15 15:10:00 40797428 24833 600
> 1384549200 2013-11-15 16:20:00 41038268 240840 -600 RAN THRU OAT
> 1384554533 2013-11-15 16:28:53 41064428 267000 4733 RAN STORED PROCEDURE
> MANUALLY
> 1384554557 2013-11-15 16:29:17 41064459 31 24 RAN STORED PROCEDURE MANUALLY
> 1384549200 2013-11-15 16:30:00 41069195 4736 -5357 RAN THRU OAT
> 1384549200 2013-11-15 16:40:00 41104107 39648 -5357 RAN THRU OAT
> 1384555315 2013-11-15 16:41:55 41115135 50676 758 RAN STORED PROCEDURE
> MANUALLY
> 1384549200 2013-11-15 16:50:00 41136071 20936 -6115 RAN THRU OAT
> 1384549800 2013-11-15 17:00:00 41171044 55909 -5515 RAN THRU OAT (CHANGED)
>
> create procedure "informix".mon_oper_per_sec_proc()
>
> define s_utc integer;
> define s_dt datetime year to second;
> define s_ops integer;
> define last_ops integer;
> define last_utc integer;
>
> let last_ops = 0;
> let last_utc = 0;
>
> select DBINFO('utc_current') as utc,
> current year to second as dt,
> sum(value) as ops
> into s_utc, s_dt, s_ops
> from sysmaster:sysshmhdr
> where number in (53, 54, 55, 56);
>
> select ops, utc_date
> into last_ops, last_utc
> from sysadmin:mon_oper_per_sec
> where utc_date = (select max(utc_date) from sysadmin:mon_oper_per_sec);
>
> if last_ops > s_ops then
> insert into mon_oper_per_sec values (s_utc, s_dt, s_ops, s_ops, (s_utc -
> last_utc ));
> else
> insert into mon_oper_per_sec values (s_utc, s_dt, s_ops, (s_ops -
> last_ops),
> (s_utc - last_utc ) );
> end if
>
> end procedure;
>
> { TABLE "informix".mon_oper_per_sec row size = 24 number of columns = 5
> index size = 0 }
>
> create table "informix".mon_oper_per_sec
> (
> utc_date integer,
> curr_date datetime year to second,
> ops integer,
> ops_diff integer,
> num_sec integer
> ) extent size 2000 next size 1000 lock mode row;
>
> revoke all on "informix".mon_oper_per_sec from "public" as "informix";
>
> tk_id 61
> tk_name mon_oper_per_second
> tk_description Monitor SQL Operations Per Second
> tk_type TASK
> tk_sequence 13
> tk_result_table mon_oper_per_sec
> tk_create create table informix.mon_oper_per_sec ( utc_date integer,
> curr_date datetime year to second, ops integer, ops_diff in
> teger, num_sec integer) extent size 2000 next size 1000 loc
> k mode row; grant select on mon_oper_per_sec to 'db_monitor
> ' as informix;
> tk_dbs sysadmin
> tk_execute execute procedure mon_oper_per_sec_proc()
> tk_delete 30 00:00:00
> tk_start_time 14:55:00
> tk_stop_time
> tk_frequency 0 00:10:00
> tk_next_execution 2013-11-15 16:50:00
> tk_total_executio+ 12
> tk_total_time 0.046332394287
> tk_monday t
> tk_tuesday t
> tk_wednesday t
> tk_thursday t
> tk_friday t
> tk_saturday t
> tk_sunday t
> tk_attributes 400
> tk_group SERVER
> tk_enable t
> tk_priority 0
>
> Thanks, Jeff
>
> Jeffrey J. Filippi
>
> Integrated Data Consulting, LLC
>
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>
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>
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>
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>
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>
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