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dmisp Demon이 CPU를 많이 사용됨....원인 및 조치 내역 부탁드립니다...

Memory: 968344K (929088K) real, 1522844K (1459308K) virtual, 4722800K free Page# 1/13



CPU TTY PID USERNAME PRI NI SIZE RES STATE TIME %WCPU %CPU COMMAND

0 ? 1297 root 152 20 15828K 3536K run 168071:46 98.02 97.85 dmisp --> CPU 사용량이 97.85% 계속 유지됩니다....



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DMISP process is taking up too much cpu DocId: KBRC00010533 Updated: 2/22/05 10:40:00 AM



PROBLEM

The /usr/bin/top utility reveals that the dmisp process uses an unacceptably high level of system activity. What can I do to correct this behavior?



CONFIGURATION

HPUX-OS 11.11

B6816AA B.11.11.36 SCR & DMI



RESOLUTION

Verify that the entries of the configuration file, /var/dmi/dmiMachines, are correct and are valid.



NOTE: Specifically note any IP addresses that may exist within this file.



Remove the DMI database files and restart the daemon:





Stop any DMI processes:



/sbin/init.d/Dmisp stop





Go to the /var/dmi/database directory:



cd /var/dmi/database





Remove all of the files within this directory.



rm *



NOTE: There should be 2 to 3 files. Do NOT remove the database directory!



Restart the DMI processes:



/sbin/init.d/Dmisp start



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Dmisp is consuming excessive CPU. What is DMI?



CONFIGURATION

HP-UX 11.11

DMI





RESOLUTION



DMI comes with a larger bundle (SCM Service Control Manager) included with 11i

automatically. HP SIM (Systems Insight Manager) also uses DMI. So if or SCM

or SIM are not being used, then DMI is probably not needed. Check here for SCM descriptions.



If not using DMI, disable it from running by editing Dmiconfig:



vi /etc/rc.config.d/Dmiconfig



and changing the variable START_DMI to be equal to 0. Otherwise, please

verify that DMI version B.11.11.36 is running:



swlist -l product |grep -i dmi



NOTE: DMI is no longer downloadable.



What is the load average on the system? what is the runq-sz? Check this with

the following command:



sar -q



Are there any recent errors logged into the files in /var/dmi/log? Try

stopping Dmisp:



/sbin/init.d/Dmisp stop



Did Dmisp stop? If the process is still there, kill it using the kill(1)

command. Then restart Dmisp:



/sbin/init.d/Dmisp start



Dmisp should now be consuming fewer cpu resources.