|To:||"Scott Bursik" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Subject:||RE: [nv-l] Ovtopofix takes a long time|
|From:||"Ray Westphal" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Mon, 11 Mar 2002 19:18:40 -0600|
Here's the sequence of commands I run during my weekly database cleanup. The ovw commands are probably unnecessary but I occasionally add ovw database fields etc.
ovstop -v netmon
ovstop -v ovtopmd
I have around 35,000 objects in the object database. I too only have 1 map, default. The ovmapcount and ovtopofix take about 5 minutes each. All my "Tivoli" filesystems are mirrored across 3 disks. Even with that setup the disks run at nearly 100% during these steps.
How many objects in your database? What kind of server are you on? I'm running on a H70 with 4 processors (340 mhz) and 2GB of RAM. Have you monitored the disk, etc? Check topas or vmstat commands.
I hope these suggestions help.
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