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NDPSmanager memory error in remote manager

Hi all.

Our NDPS Manager has started to give following error in Remote Manager:

"The NDPS Manager does not have sufficient memory"

I did a search for that error, but can't find any.

Printing works, but you can't get to NDPS manager health monitor. Also
if you try to move that service to other node, it hangs (without errors)
and you have to restart server.

Server health shows plenty of memory. Fragmented is less than 10%.

Any idea how to debug what's going on?

Timo Pietilä
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What version are you running on??
Have you gone to the system console with monitor and viewed the memory
consumption by NLM process? How much is the NDPS Manager taking?
How big is the NDPS Manager database files? Located on the shared resource
in the psm directory?

> Hi all.
>
> Our NDPS Manager has started to give following error in Remote Manager:
>
> "The NDPS Manager does not have sufficient memory"
>
> I did a search for that error, but can't find any.
>
> Printing works, but you can't get to NDPS manager health monitor. Also
> if you try to move that service to other node, it hangs (without errors)
> and you have to restart server.
>
> Server health shows plenty of memory. Fragmented is less than 10%.
>
> Any idea how to debug what's going on?
>
> Timo Pietil�


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