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Re: dsmcsvc.exe RAM usage

2003-10-09 12:30:11
Subject: Re: dsmcsvc.exe RAM usage
From: Andrew Raibeck <storman AT US.IBM DOT COM>
To: ADSM-L AT VM.MARIST DOT EDU
Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2003 10:28:15 -0600
Due to possible performance concerns, I would not recommend
MEMORYEFFICIENT YES unless there is truly a compelling reason to do so.

The real questions (to me) are:

- What client version is this? Hopefully very current; back in the 5.1-ish
timeframe, we did fix a longstanding bug involving a memory usage problem.
Current client levels have the fix.

- What is the client doing while the RAM usage is high? While the client
is querying the server for the current active backup information, that
could consume a large amount of memory (watch the QUERY SESSION output to
see how much data the server sends to the client). Once the client
finishes the backup, though, the memory utilization should go down. If
not, then this should be pursued through IBM support.

Regards,

Andy

Andy Raibeck
IBM Software Group
Tivoli Storage Manager Client Development
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Internet e-mail: storman AT us.ibm DOT com

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Bill Boyer <bill.boyer AT VERIZON DOT NET>
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Use the managedservices option, then the scheduler service is only running
when there is something to do. While it's running use the memoryeffecient
option.

Bill Boyer
DSS, Inc.


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OK, then how do I make the scheduler service use less RAM?

Thank You,
Bill Rosette
Data Center/IS/Papa Johns International
WWJD



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Ok that's the scheduler service that runs on the client, not the server
service that runs on the server.

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From: William Rosette [mailto:Bill_Rosette AT PAPAJOHNS DOT COM]
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I stand corrected it is not dsmsrvc.exe but dsmcsvc.exe,  This is on both
clients

Thank You,
Bill Rosette
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I think that is the actual TSM Server service.



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Does anyone know why dsmsrvc.exe on the Win2000 boxes uses high RAM usage?

Thank You,
Bill Rosette
Data Center/IS/Papa Johns International
WWJD


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