|Subject:||RE: [nv-l] Java processes running|
|From:||Leslie Clark <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Tue, 28 Jun 2005 09:52:43 -0400|
|Delivery-date:||Tue, 28 Jun 2005 14:53:24 +0100|
Yup. ITSA uses loads of resources. It does a full re-population of its own database daily (that's configurable) and at startup, in addition to reacting to the regular add/delete/manage/unmanage events, and it processes every single event that passes through the system.
Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
(248) 552-4968 Voicemail, Fax, Pager
Thanks. That's about what I thought it might be. (I have to do a "ps -ef | grep -v java" to get the effect of "ps -ef" on a Solaris/AIX system.) Those older ones, as you indicate, may account for the nine zombies I have hanging around.
The result would be to sum the Java process time and call it nvserverd. That value makes sense to me.
Anyone who can comment on the amount of resource used by the Switch Analyzer processes vis a vis the NetView ones?
It will take some experiments to determine whether what
you see is normal
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