SCRT Users Guide. This information describes how to use the Sub-Capacity Reporting Tool (SCRT). SCRT is a no-charge IBM® tool that reports required license capacity for sub- capacity eligible products that run on z/OS®, z/TPF, or z/VSE® operating systems . License Management Support. Welcome to License Management Support (LMS). This application will assist you in submitting SCRT SubCapacity or SCRT.
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Since sub-capacity pricing was introduced many years ago, z System customers asked ISVs to adopt similar models for their software licensing.
Verify that all of the IBM contracts and addenda have been signed prior to submitting the sub-capacity reports that use those pricing options. The SCRT report is full of environment and product data, including the peak rolling four-hour average for IBM software products based on where and when they execute.
The trace output is organized as comma-separated fields to allow the file to be read by a spreadsheet application. You must use the most current version of SCRT to submit reports for billing. Return codes higher than 0 indicate that SCRT encountered one or more problems generating one or more sub-capacity reports. Preparing to use the Sub-Capacity Reporting Tool.
This is intended to further reduce the chance of any output being directed to the wrong party. Join The Discussion Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. By Andrew Sica The z Software ecosystem now has a common approach to determining product scgt capacity.
Move the report to your workstation as a.
Traditional sub-capacity pricing is based on the four-hour rolling average utilization of the LPARs in which the sub-capacity products execute. Provides a simple, non-intrusive means for you to generate sub-capacity reports scrtt show required license capacity for all eligible sub-capacity products that execute on a CPC Allows IBM to receive, view and store sub-capacity reports received from customers Allows IBM to generate customer bills according to the sub-capacity reports received from customers.
Container peak calculations ignore the specified time range.
SCRT also does the following: Interested ISVs must sign a license agreement to obtain instructions on creating the product library file. The output can be: This benefits the customer too of course, who only have one copy of SCRT to maintain. Review the SCRT control statements that you originally customized in step 3 and revise those control statements, as necessary, so that ecrt contain appropriate values for the sscrt that you are about to process in this execution of SCRT.
As a participating ISV, you can get detailed product information from each of your customers — information to help you understand how your products are deployed and used. Each container section begins with a header record, followed by an hour-by-hour view of the TRGs and scry LPARs that contributed to the container’s rolling 4-hour average utilization for each hour.
Each sub-report contains a section for each container.
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Products whose capacity is adjusted by Integrated Workload Pricing and products eligible for Getting Started Sub-Capacity Pricing use capacity algorithms that differ from those scrtt traditional sub-capacity pricing. If Country Multiplex Pricing is in use, this value includes the contributions from all CPCs on which the container ran.
While reviewing the sub-capacity reportadd comments to the report, as required, before submitting it to IBM. The following fields appear in the header record: It is a drastic understatement to simply state that software pricing is a sensitive subject.
If you have already done this because you used SCRT for planning or because you have already been submitting sub-capacity reports for prior reporting periods, check the web site to make sure you have the most current version of the tool and its documentation.
SCRT externals for Container Pricing for IBM Z
SCRT processes the following data: Each member is one sub-capacity report. Each container section begins with a header record followed by an hour-by-hour view of the TRGs and dedicated LPARs that contributed to the container’s rolling 4-hour average utilization for each hour.
After these problems have been resolved, continue with the next stop in this process. A reporting period is from midnight the very beginning of the second day of the month up to midnight the very beginning of the second day of the next month. This configuration is usually done when the CPC is installed.
Review the sub-capacity report. The report is a text file in comma-separated value. Submit ivm sub-capacity report to IBM. Remember that LMS only accepts as input the comma-separated value format with a file extension of.
Review the return code from the SCRT job step. For each hour in the reporting period, SCRT determines the required license capacity by examining: Preparing to use the Sub-Capacity Reporting Tool. The same sort of information is provided, such as the peak four-hour rolling average, data collection statistics, and more. The replacement solution ID must correspond to the qualified workload igm ran in the container.