The Question is:
Are there other sysgen parameters dependant on bytlm ?
The Answer is :
The BYTLM qualifer "Specifies the buffered I/O byte limit for the
BYTLM field of the UAF record. The buffered I/O byte limit is the
maximum number of bytes of nonpaged system dynamic memory that a
user's job can consume at one time. Nonpaged dynamic memory is used
for operations such as I/O buffering, mailboxes, and file-access
windows. The default is 32768 on VAX systems and 64000 on Alpha
"NPAGEDYN sets the size of the nonpaged dynamic pool in bytes. This
figure is rounded down to an integral number of pages. NPAGEDYN
establishes the initial setting of the nonpaged pool size, but the
pool size can be increased dynamically.
To set a value for this parameter, use AUTOGEN initially, and then
monitor the amount of space actually used with the DCL command SHOW