In a past Q&A about why ASPs grow rapidly on a daily basis you explained correctly about the temp files and the need of cleanup. It happens in our shop too, that the fields from WrkSysSts: Current unprotect used and Maximum unprotect have been showing much higher values last couple of days. What is the easiest way to identify which job or group of jobs contribute to this sad picture? Unfortunately, in the middle of the weekend we can not afford IPL and it is good to know where is the problem is coming from.
The amount of temporary storage used by an individual job is available. You can view this information interactively using the DSPJOB command.
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