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RE: [nv-l] Smartset Repercussions

To: "'Scott Bursik'" <tivoliesm@hotmail.com>, nv-l@lists.tivoli.com
Subject: RE: [nv-l] Smartset Repercussions
From: "Davis, Donald" <donald.davis@firstcitizens.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 11:27:54 -0500
I have a T-shirt for that one too :)
Yes, thousands of objects in a collection can put your object count over the ovwdb cache limit if you are not careful.
I have learned to always specify isNode=True in my SmartSet definitions (if appropriate).
I learned this when a Collection and a node had a similar Selection Name.  My SmartSet wase based upon the first few characters of the Selection Name matching XXXX. Well, my Smartset's Selection Name also began with XXXX.
My SmartSet contained itself "ad Infinitum" .....  very bad thing to do... !
Don Davis
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From: Scott Bursik [mailto:tivoliesm@hotmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2002 11:23 AM
To: nv-l@lists.tivoli.com
Subject: [nv-l] Smartset Repercussions

AIX 4.3.3 NetView 6.0.2

I recently noticed that there was a smartset that contained thousands of nodes. It appears that there was an error made when the smartset was created. There were no rulesets looking at this smartset. I deleted the smartset and my performance has increased significantly. A lot of posts I have put out here in the last couple of weeks may have been due to this. Has anyone else seen this? Can a large smartset affect NetView this negatively?


Scott Bursik
Pepsico Business Solutions Group

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