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Improve on C:D z/OS the caching all of the RACF userid support on the File Transfer incoming traffic
Description: To reduce the allocation time of a file, would be better to implement on the C:D z/OS the caching of all userid that RACF (ACEE) support on the inbound traffic, that is basically to memorize the accesses and minimize the queries to the RACF
Proposal is for C:D z/OS Caching all of the userid that RACF support on incoming File Transfer traffic
Use Case : The goal is to reduce the query time to RACF by avoiding I/O to get the same ACEE over and over, this time is clearly perceived by the difference between the both "ZI" and "CI" Record ID. Event Type=Process Started Statistic Record ID=ZI Description=Process Started
Event Type=Process Step Started Statistic Record ID=CI Description=Copy Step Start
Obs.: See more information about this on the PMR 28837,228,631
Business Justification: Addresses slow after upgrade from version 5.1 to 5.2 (PMR 28837,228,631 )
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The goal is to reduce the query time to RACF by avoiding I/O to get the same ACEE over and over.
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