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adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

trilok_pvp
Frequent Advisor

adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

Hi,

My HP unix 11.11 server is ulilizing 99% of CPU. It shows the Message below

2914 root 235 20 22328K 4704K run 16418:12 9334 0.258 adb64

Can you pls suggest on this

Regards
Trilok PVP
9 REPLIES
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

HI:

You could use the pid of the process and do:

# UNIX95= ps -C adb64 -o args

...to see the argument list of the process.

If it isn't doing real work, kill it.

Regards!

...JRF...
trilok_pvp
Frequent Advisor

Re: adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

Hi

i tried the command, but it is not working
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

Hi (again):

> I tried the command, but it is not working

Did you copy-and-paste the command? What error did you receive? Did you get any output (or error) returned?

...JRF...
trilok_pvp
Frequent Advisor

Re: adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

Hi

When i run the command UNIX95= ps -C adb64 -o args, i got the below output.

# UNIX95= ps -C adb64 -o args
COMMAND
adb64 -k /stand/vmunix /dev/mem
adb64 -k /stand/vmunix /dev/mem

Regards
Trilok PVP
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

Hi (again):

If you or another administrator aren't intentionally running this, I'd kill the process.

Regards!

...JRF...
trilok_pvp
Frequent Advisor

Re: adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

Hi

Nobody is running, if we kill the process, enything willl get effect. this server is running with peoplesoft application server.
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

Hi:

The '-k' option was used with crashdump analysis and I don't think you are doing that.

You could do a simple 'kill' to terminate.

Regards!

...JRF...
sarfaraj ahmad
Trusted Contributor

Re: adb64 utilizing 99 % of CPU

adb process generally gathers system statistics. check whether you are running any HP adepto utility.
you can check by this adb procss

# ps -ef |grep

you can also refer PPID to get the source of this process.
you can kill this process, it won't effect the system.

thanks.