The CPU value used to calculate this percentage comes from the ‘DB.1 - CPU Job Definition Panel’ screen and it is gotten by an averaging of the CPU data in the SMF records when the job runs.
As in CA Workload Automation SE Database Maintenance Guide – Section ‘DB.1 - CPU Job Definition Panel’, the CPU keyword uses the CLOCK-TIME and the CPU-TIME values to calculate an average CPU-TIME divided by CLOCK-TIME.
For example, with a CLOCK-TIME of 0001 (60 seconds) and a CPU-TIME of 00010 (10 seconds), the average (10 / 60) would be .166, so a command:
would show this job, but a command:
would not show this job.
In addition, the ‘CPU/ELAPS TIME’ value displayed byu the LJOBR command identifies the CPU time for the job in mmmss format and the elapsed run time (CLOCK-TIME from the job definition panel) in hhmm format.