Re: I/O impact on interprocess communication
There is no native way in AIX to determine which process actually owns a
port. You could however obtain lsof from off the web and it will tell you.
The only thing I have seen in this regard is a bad ruleset in
ESE.automation. Not using that? They you'll have to call Support I think.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
Simon Long <slong@NETTRACK.COM.AU> on 05/31/99 06:21:00 PM
Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
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Subject: I/O impact on interprocess communication
I have observed a problem with processes hanging ( ie. GUI halting, or GUI
shutdown - ie. just sitting there ) when a very high and sustained I/O
overhead is applied
to the system.
The platform: H50 running AIX 4.3.2
Framework : V3R6
Netview : V5R1
When I look at the "netstat -na" output at these times I see a slowly
figure for a certain Netview port ( but not listed in the release notes
Has anyone seen this sort of problem. If so - is there some tuning that can
be performed to
make the Netview GUI more resilient?
Also I can't remember the procedure for determining what is the owner of
the port - I know it's
part of Netview but I want to be able to describe the problem more clearly.
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