11-14-2013 07:53 AM
Since upgrading a PA-2050 to 5.0.8 I noticed that the management CPU is always above 70% and DataPlane is under 5%. Do this behaviour is normal? Management CPU sometimes goes to 99%.
11-14-2013 08:21 AM
Its ok to see management CPU spike - but only during certain times like commits, generating tech supports, report generation and similar processes. BUT, if it stays to 70% for the most part of the day then we would need to check what process on the management plane are causing the management CPU to go high.
Lets see how the management plane looks resource-wise.Could you give us an output for the following commands:
> show system resources | match srvr
> show system resources | match total
> show system disk-space
Has anything changed since the upgrade? How did the CPU look prior to the upgrade (in other words expected MP CPU usage)?
Thanks and regards,
11-15-2013 02:40 AM
Sometime this issue happen when database is running out of memory. try to reset your log.
In parallel restart you rmanegemnt server with: debug software restart management-server
11-15-2013 04:58 AM
I have restarted the management-server but doesn't solve nothing.
The output of the commands requested are these:
telindus@fw1orgt(active)> show system resources | match srvr
7438 20 0 386m 220m 5896 S 2 22.7 3:23.14 mgmtsrvr
2450 20 0 234m 46m 7968 S 0 4.7 118:59.52 devsrvr
telindus@fw1orgt(active)> show system resources | match total
Tasks: 102 total, 2 running, 100 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie
Mem: 995872k total, 942036k used, 53836k free, 22880k buffers
Swap: 2212876k total, 311428k used, 1901448k free, 205648k cached
telindus@fw1orgt(active)> show system disk-space
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda2 3.8G 1.4G 2.2G 39% /
/dev/sda5 7.6G 4.1G 3.2G 57% /opt/pancfg
/dev/sda6 3.8G 2.6G 1.1G 71% /opt/panrepo
tmpfs 487M 67M 420M 14% /dev/shm
/dev/sda8 125G 73G 46G 62% /opt/panlogs
Thanks in advanced
12-01-2013 09:26 AM
Do you have anything that is polling the mgmt plane, or is running netflow, crl-checks (ssl), userid or such?
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