Re: CFINT01 goes crazy


Re: CFINT01 goes crazy

The CFINT jobs automatically start when your interactive jobs use more of
the CPW than your system has originally designated. You'll see a CFINT job
for each processor your system has. On a WRKSYSACT screen after these
CFINT jobs, look at which interactive jobs are listed below that, and those
will be the interactive jobs that are taking too much resources. From our
experience here, interactive queries, SQL statements, and data copies are
the usual culprits.

"All those who believe in telekinesis, raise my hand."

Scott Gallaher
JDE System Admininistrator
ABM Industries, Inc
800.470.4357 x1748

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01/18/01 10:57 AM
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We are co-existence running most of the JDE modules. Every once in a while
we have two tasks ( CFINT01 and CFINT02) that go crazy. They both run
taking up about 95% to 100 % of the CPU for hours. We can't seem to figure
out what is causing it. The problem is intermediate and we can't reproduce
it, it just happens. It isn't even at peak times as it occurred during the
Christmas holidays when we were at 1/2 staff.

Has anyone encountered this problem before?

We have:
XE and A73 cum 12
AS/400 V4R4 enterprise server with latest service pack.
Client access Express with latest service pack.