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High Util after applying iprntnw65sp6f

After applying sp6 to my Nw6.5, I also applied the post sp6 fixes, then
installed iprntnw65sp6f. I found out that my CPU was staying very high
without dropping. So I decided to apply iprntnw65sp6a, and the CPU fell.
Anybody seen this ?

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Re: High Util after applying iprntnw65sp6f

Have you checked what process caused the high CPU?

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Re: High Util after applying iprntnw65sp6f

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Re: High Util after applying iprntnw65sp6f

grpadmin wrote:

>gw_taskthrd_0
>gw_taskthrd_1
>gw_taskthrd_2


That's the gateway acting up.

You probably need to enable the debug display to see what exactly is going
on.
Check the following document:

http://www.novell.com/products/netware/printing/debug_display.pdf

More sepcifically, we are interrested in gateway events. For this, after
loading the ndps manager, execute the following commands:

NDPS MANAGER DEBUG DISPLAY = ON
NDPS MANAGER DEBUG DISPLAY = +GATEWAY

Now switch to the gateway debug screen and see if there is any special
activity. After having had enough events, turn off the debug with:

NDPS MANAGER DEBUG DISPLAY = OFF

The post the file NDPSM.LOG which you can find in the SYSTEM directory.

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