In my system, we have a huge database activity. When I run the WRKSYSSTS command, I can see my CPU percent with a high utilization. A big CPU percentage is coming from the database data. I run the database monitor, but what type of record do I have to look into for the job/database activity that is consuming my CPU?
I'd suggest looking for the 3000 and 3002 record types. You can find more education on using database monitor data here.
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