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Hello,

A client of us has an openserver 6 mp4 running with an application
compiled for SCO 5. Sometimes the application, run on a windows terminal
emulation, waits to show its information on screen.

Example:
Doing a query on the stock table. De databasemanager gives the result
back. The first two articles are put directly on screen. It will wait a
few seconds and shows the rest.

I can see with RTPM (default settings) the system calls are very large
and showed in red. Both CPU's are used by 25% average.

Now SCO 6 has an dynamic kernel with dynamic parameters.
But is there a way to increase some parameters to decrease the system calls.

Regards,
John Kuiper

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Reply jkuiper (27) 8/21/2009 7:51:31 AM

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On 21 Aug, 09:51, John Kuiper <jkui...@thematec.nl> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> A client of us has an openserver 6 mp4 running with an application
> compiled for SCO 5. Sometimes the application, run on a windows terminal
> emulation, waits to show its information on screen.
>
> Example:
> Doing a query on the stock table. De databasemanager gives the result
> back. The first two articles are put directly on screen. It will wait a
> few seconds and shows the rest.
>
> I can see with RTPM (default settings) the system calls are very large
> and showed in red. Both CPU's are used by 25% average.
>
> Now SCO 6 has an dynamic kernel with dynamic parameters.
> But is there a way to increase some parameters to decrease the system calls.

Morning John,

To get a better understanding of what is happening on your
system you should use sar(ADM) to analyse what is
happening on your system. The TA at:

http://wdb1.sco.com/kb/showta?taid=116222

describes how to use sar(ADM) to perform this analysis.

Regards,

John


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Reply bonixsas (100) 8/25/2009 8:55:24 AM

Hello John,

The sar inputs looks fine. The averadge idle time is 90%. The server is
not swapping at all.
I think the "hp ProLiant ASM XL Monitor" causing this problems, but I'm
not sure. Now it's season time and I don't want to stop it right now.
After the season it's not so busy anymore and shall try it.

I know (years back on 5.0) this application causes problems and we had
to stop it. But it was another server, but also compaq (hp).
If it doesn't work either, than I shall reinstall the server.

John Kuiper

John Boland schreef:
> Morning John,
>
> To get a better understanding of what is happening on your
> system you should use sar(ADM) to analyse what is
> happening on your system. The TA at:
>
> http://wdb1.sco.com/kb/showta?taid=116222
>
> describes how to use sar(ADM) to perform this analysis.
>
> Regards,
>
> John
>

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Reply jkuiper (27) 9/9/2009 9:56:35 AM

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