Re: mgragentd consuming cpu cycles
There is no log file for mgragentd in /usr/OV/log. /etc/snmpd.conf
has all the default values and snmpd is running fine. I can mibwalk on any
devices on the network. This is true in both cases where mgragentd is not
running as well as where it consumes cpu.
In the case where mgragentd is not running I don't seem to know it
is missing (i.e it has no noticeable effect on the system). I am not sure
at this stage why it is not running.
In the case where mgragentd is consumng cpu, stopping the deamon
cpu usage back to normal and again no other ill effects is observed.
Both systems are running Digital Unix V4.0D.
Are there any tracing facility for mgragentd ?
If I am not using hot backup, what effect should be observed if this
not running ?
From: James_Shanks AT TIVOLI DOT COM[SMTP:James_Shanks AT TIVOLI DOT COM]
Sent: Thursday, 2 July 1998 22:49
Subject: Re: mgragentd consuming cpu cycles
mgragentd should be running on all NetView Servers. If it is not running
at the other site, then either it died or they disabled it. mgragentd is
the daemon which makes the hot backup function possible. It registers with
snmpd as a smux peer and responds to SNMPGets from netmon. If you are
seeing hi CPU, then I would check to see if you have problems with snmpd or
with mgragentd connecting to snmpd (he will keep trying over and over again
if snmpd does not respond). He has a log you can look at
/usr/OV/log/mgragentd.log. If you have problems connecting to snmpd you
can always do an snmpd trace to see his side of it.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
Andrew.Chong AT DIGITAL DOT COM on 07/02/98 03:02:35 AM
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Subject: mgragentd consumming cpu cycles
Netview Server V5.0 , no clients or other manager stations.
What would cause mgragentd consuming 25-95% of cpu , most of the
time in the 90% region.
This is causing poor response on Netview User Interface.
Does this deamon runs all the time ? I checke on another system at
another site and it is not
running (this system is also a Netview Server).
Digital Equipment Corp