WSC IBM Z
IBM Z; z/OS
|Abstract: zBNA is a PC-based productivity tool designed to provide a means of estimating the elapsed time for batch jobs solely based on the differences in CPU speeds for a base processor and a target processor, the number of engines on each system, and system capacities; data sharing is not considered. zBNA provides powerful, graphic demonstration of the z/OS batch window.|
Windows 10 64-bit
|Click to download the zBNA install package which includes the required IBM CPS Java V8|
zBNA requires an independent version of the IBM CPS Java Runtime Environment v8 64-bit, which is packaged with the tool.
Obtain the CP3KEXTR program
CP3KEXTR runs on a System z processor under z/OS. It reads the SMF records to produce an Enterprise Data File (.edf) that contains the SMF Type 70's & 113 data and a (.dat) file, which contains the Type 14, 15, 16, 30 (4) (5), 42 (6) data as input to zBNA.
Access the CP3KEXTR materials.
Installation of zBNA on Windows
Note: While a new installation should install over a previous one, it is recommended to first perform an uninstall using Program and Features.
After downloading the package file for zBNA, execute it by:
Note: If an error occurs when starting zBNA, please send the error file to email@example.com.
- selecting RUN under the Windows START button,
- opening a MS-DOS command prompt window in the directory were the package file was saved and typing the filename or opening the folder where the file was saved; double click on the filename.
zBNA, Batch Network Analyzer, batch, batch window
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