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Busiest Threads

I have a general question about the "Busiest Threads" in Monitor.
I see several listings of "Server *" where * is a number. For exabple:
Server 01
Server 17
Server 31
....
Our 5.1 and 6.5 servers run up to 80% once in a while and these "Server
*" are the busiest ones.

What are these?
How do I determine what is going on with each?

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Re: Busiest Threads

Port Man,

> I have a general question about the "Busiest Threads" in Monitor.
> I see several listings of "Server *" where * is a number. For exabple:
> Server 01
> Server 17
> Server 31
> ....
> Our 5.1 and 6.5 servers run up to 80% once in a while and these "Server
> *" are the busiest ones.
>
> What are these?


They are generic system worker threads, monitor won't be able to give
you any more details on them.

> How do I determine what is going on with each?


Using the Profile/Debug functionality in NRM (At least on the 6.5
servers) you may be able to get some more details on what these actual
threads are doing.

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Busiest Threads


http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?10099960.htm


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Richard Beels
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