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Technical Tip: Why do messages XCOMM0934I, XCOMM0935I, XCOMM0936I and XCOMM0937I appear in the Joblog for XCOM-Transfers and Server?

  • 1.  Technical Tip: Why do messages XCOMM0934I, XCOMM0935I, XCOMM0936I and XCOMM0937I appear in the Joblog for XCOM-Transfers and Server?

    Posted 03-09-2018 05:17 AM

    When you look at the Joblog of an XCOM-Transfer you might see one or more of these messages (xxxxxxx stands for deflate (compression) or inflate (decompression)):

     

    XCOMM0934I zEDC hardware acceleration will be used for xxxxxxx
    XCOMM0935I zEDC hardware acceleration available for zlib xxxxxxx buffers >= nK
    XCOMM0936I zEDC hardware acceleration detected. However, minimum xxxxxxxx threshold nK excludes XCOM use
    XCOMM0937I zEDC hardware acceleration not available or not configured for xxxxxxxx

     

    These messages are just informal and do not lead to a problem. They inform on the status of support for IBM's z/EDC hardware accelerator feature.