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question about part of CPU log in mp-mointor.log.

L3 Networker

Hi.


I've generated a Tech support file on the PAN device and then look into mp-moniotor log.

I can't understand the part of log during look into the mp-monitor.

question is below.

1. What command have a print like below on the screen?

     i know one of command  to see the mgmt resource like below. "show system resource".

     but it shows different format as compared with below format.

2. CPU unit is clearly percentage. But the value is over a 100.

    What is mean of 106?  is it not a total value of CPU usage by percentage?

=== smaple of log ===

Apr 20 18:26:27:  --- processes

Total num processes: 30

Name                   PID      CPU%  FDs Open   Virt Mem     Res Mem      State    

pppoe                  1634     0     7          50004        2116         S        

ha_agent               1626     0     5          32168        2044         S        

md_mgr-apps            1412     0     7          13188        5372         S        

dp-console             1435     0     5          3876         864          S        

logrcvr                1622     0     12         152248       31984        S        

varrcvr                1625     0     7          129792       5560         S        

l3svc                  1644     0     14         87972        3016         S        

ehmon                  1431     0     5          8200         1232         S        

devsrvr                1598     0     25         948904       202696       S        

sslvpn                 1619     0     19         131688       4808         S        

ikemgr                 1621     0     11         57860        2636         S        

crypto                 1422     0     6          97620        4768         S        

websrvr                1620     0     19         182328       33896        S        

monitor                1421     0     6          14268        3852         R        

dhcp                   1631     0     4          23280        2060         S        

ldapd                  1629     0     7          40516        1764         S        

sysdagent              1424     0     10         139700       3100         S        

sysd                   1410     6     88         18208        2476         S        

routed                 1635     0     18         120652       2380         S        

chasd                  1432     0     4          22988        1360         S        

dnsproxy               1633     0     12         54848        6708         S        

dagger                 1420     0     8          501548       3156         S        

keymgr                 1624     0     8          73288        1656         S        

authd                  1636     96    12         166836       6084         S        

sslmgr                 1627     0     9          65232        2072         S        

rasmgr                 1623     0     8          73776        2952         S        

npagent                2475     0     9          84396        1756         S        

netconfig_agent        2542     0     6          25568        1108         S        

snmpd                  24503    0     9          11524        1996         S        

mgmtsrvr               19431    4     21         408076       161640       S        

masterd_core           1393     0     8          30164        4868         S        

Totals                         106   389        3770716      511980                

-----------------------------

Thanks,

Eugene.

1 REPLY 1

L6 Presenter

2) What comes to mind is Irix mode vs non Irix mode (aka Solaris mode):

(from man top)

k: %CPU  --  CPU usage
The task's share of the elapsed CPU time since the last  screen update, expressed as a percentage of total CPU time.  In a true SMP environment, if 'Irix mode' is Off,  top  will  operate  in 'Solaris  mode' where a task's cpu usage will be divided by the total number of CPUs.  You toggle 'Irix/Solaris' modes with the 'I' interactive command.

Which gives that with dualcore cpu as system cpu you can have 2 processes both using 100% cpu (running on each core) so the total becomes 200% (when summarized).

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