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I understand how to use and how to read the additional options that fullstimer prints to the log but I do not know what to do with the information.  Can anyone give me a practical example of what I would do with the additional information provided?

 

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Mark


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‎09-25-2015 06:23 AM
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You may want to have a look at this SGF paper A Practical Approach To Solving Performance Problems with SAS®

On page 5 it has a section titled "FULLSTIMER Statistics Definition and Interpretation".

 

Hope this helps,

Ahmed

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The practical example is dependent of seeing more ways solving a problem or having options available for tuning.

Only seeing it as informational for a single appraoch of some problem is the limited view.  

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‎09-25-2015 06:23 AM
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Re: fullstimer

You may want to have a look at this SGF paper A Practical Approach To Solving Performance Problems with SAS®

On page 5 it has a section titled "FULLSTIMER Statistics Definition and Interpretation".

 

Hope this helps,

Ahmed

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Mark,

 

In addition to the great advice you got from Japp and Ahmed, check out my oldie-but-goodie paper: 

 

Programmatically Measure SAS Application Performance on Any Computer Platform with the New LOGPARSE ...

 

It provides a lot of information on what you can do with the metrics surfaced via FULLSTIMER.

 

Best of luck in all your SAS endeavors!

 

----MMMMIIIIKKKKEEEE

(aka Michael A. Raithel)

 

Best of luck in all your SAS endeavors!

----MMMMIIIIKKKKEEEE
(aka Michael A. Raithel)
Amazon Author's Page: http://www.amazon.com/Michael-A.-Raithel/e/B001K8GG90/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0
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