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[nv-l] Object Acknowledgement kills Netview

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From: "Brian Kraftchick" <Brian.Kraftchick@odfl.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2005 13:59:17 -0400
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Thread-topic: Object Acknowledgement kills Netview

Netvew 7.1.2 on Win2K

Could anybody help me figure out why when I acknowledge an "alarmed" (red) object and it's status color propogates the change up through a series of maps that the Netview applications goes to a "Not responding" state, and the NetView.exe process eats up about 50% of the CPU, and NetView itself is unuseable for about 5 minutes ?  It does come back, but it seems that this is really performing poorly, and on a system that isn't being taxed in any shape or form.  This only happens when the object that is being acknowledged is the last one on a map in an alarmed state such that once acknowledged the propogation of that acknowledgment "up the chain" takes a toll on the server and NetView application.

Brian Kraftchick
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Old Dominion Freight Line
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