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iprintgw hi utilization since applying latest OES2 SP3 patch

iprintgw has run amuck since I applied latest patches on my print servers. I find I have to restart them almost everyday. Anyone else seeing this with the latest build? Any config fixes?

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Pat
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Re: iprintgw hi utilization since applying latest OES2 SP3 patch

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Re: iprintgw hi utilization since applying latest OES2 SP3 p

Anyone else seeing this ? We too are experiencing consistently between 95-99% cpu utilization for iprintgw since our upgrades

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Matt







petersep;2270876 wrote:
iprintgw has run amuck since I applied latest patches on my print servers. I find I have to restart them almost everyday. Anyone else seeing this with the latest build? Any config fixes?

Thanks

Pat
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Re: iprintgw hi utilization since applying latest OES2 SP3 p

Same here.... iprintgw running at 100% cpu
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Re: iprintgw hi utilization since applying latest OES2 SP3 patch

On 09/10/2013 06:16 PM, bbilut wrote:
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> Same here.... iprintgw running at 100% cpu
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Kwon issue to novell See Bug 834863 - High utilization in the latest
iPrintGW from novell-iprint-server-6.5.1.20130712-0.3.102.x86_64.rpm

Workaround: Back rev'ing to April 2013 scheduled maintenance build
(novell-iprint-server-6.3.20130213-0.7) or EARLIER resolves the issue
with high
utilization in iprintgw.

Novell working on a fix
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Re: iprintgw hi utilization since applying latest OES2 SP3 p

I see a patch in the channel. Is this a fix for this issue? I'm experiencing it on OES 11 SP1 with that same version of iprint.
Thanks,

Melissa
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Re: iprintgw hi utilization since applying latest OES2 SP3 patch

On 10/07/2013 04:46 PM, helgeson wrote:
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> I see a patch in the channel. Is this a fix for this issue? I'm
> experiencing it on OES 11 SP1 with that same version of iprint.
> Thanks,
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> Melissa
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nope, it is not yet released. There is an internal FTF wit hthe fix
included, available thru opening an SR with novell.
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Re: iprintgw hi utilization since applying latest OES2 SP3 patch

Just FYI. This is indeed fixed in the latest OES patches.

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