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Very Slow Performance on Enterprise Server

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Oneworld B733.2 NT 4.0 SQL Server 7.0.

Twice over the past week our Enterprise server slowed to a crawl with the
CPU running at 100%. The first time it took a couple of hours then it got
back to normal. The second time I re-booted after having all users log off
and shutting down JDE and SQL services did not work. On the NT TASK MANAGER
I noticed two processes that were running on and off. They were CMD.EXE and
CL.EXE. The CL.EXE is a C++ optimizing compiler but what ever it does , I do
not know. Has anyone an idea where it is coming from?

Thanks,

Crawford Winter
 

hotm6654

Well Known Member
Upgrade to AS/400 Quad (64-bit) Processors and 16GB of memory.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Crawford Winter" <Crawford.Winter@transamerica.com>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 8:30 AM
Subject: Very Slow Performance on Enterprise Server


> Oneworld B733.2 NT 4.0 SQL Server 7.0.
>
> Twice over the past week our Enterprise server slowed to a crawl with the
> CPU running at 100%. The first time it took a couple of hours then it got
> back to normal. The second time I re-booted after having all users log off
> and shutting down JDE and SQL services did not work. On the NT TASK
MANAGER
> I noticed two processes that were running on and off. They were CMD.EXE
and
> CL.EXE. The CL.EXE is a C++ optimizing compiler but what ever it does , I
do
> not know. Has anyone an idea where it is coming from?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Crawford Winter
>
>
>
>
>
>
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JD Nowell
OW: B7332
ES: AS400 V4R4 CO: DB2/400 SP: 11.2
Users: 250 TSE Users: 100
 

brother_of_karamazov

Legendary Poster
I would say that builds were occurring. CL.exe is the
C-Linker.


--- Crawford Winter <Crawford.Winter@transamerica.com>
wrote:
> Oneworld B733.2 NT 4.0 SQL Server 7.0.
>
> Twice over the past week our Enterprise server
> slowed to a crawl with the
> CPU running at 100%. The first time it took a
> couple of hours then it got
> back to normal. The second time I re-booted after
> having all users log off
> and shutting down JDE and SQL services did not work.
> On the NT TASK MANAGER
> I noticed two processes that were running on and
> off. They were CMD.EXE and
> CL.EXE. The CL.EXE is a C++ optimizing compiler but
> what ever it does , I do
> not know. Has anyone an idea where it is coming
> from?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Crawford Winter
>
>
>
>
>
>
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>
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brother_of_karamazov

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Did you say upgrade or downgrade? :)



--- hotm6654 <hotm6654@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Upgrade to AS/400 Quad (64-bit) Processors and 16GB
> of memory.
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Crawford Winter"
> <Crawford.Winter@transamerica.com>
> To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
> Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 8:30 AM
> Subject: Very Slow Performance on Enterprise Server
>
>
> > Oneworld B733.2 NT 4.0 SQL Server 7.0.
> >
> > Twice over the past week our Enterprise server
> slowed to a crawl with the
> > CPU running at 100%. The first time it took a
> couple of hours then it got
> > back to normal. The second time I re-booted after
> having all users log off
> > and shutting down JDE and SQL services did not
> work. On the NT TASK
> MANAGER
> > I noticed two processes that were running on and
> off. They were CMD.EXE
> and
> > CL.EXE. The CL.EXE is a C++ optimizing compiler
> but what ever it does , I
> do
> > not know. Has anyone an idea where it is coming
> from?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Crawford Winter
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > --------------------------
> > To view this thread, visit the JDEList forum at:
> >
>
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> 7364
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> JD Nowell
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> ES: AS400 V4R4 CO: DB2/400 SP: 11.2
> Users: 250 TSE Users: 100
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sferlita

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You may be having a problem with SQL taking up all the available memory on your
server. We had this issue and set the amount of memory available for SQL on the
server to a fixed memory size. When you start up SQL server services on the
enterprise server, it will automatically grab the amount of memory you've set for
SQL and won't use any more.

To do this, go into enterprise manager, under SQL server group and right click on
the server name. Select properties. Go to the memory tab and select use fixed
memory size (MB). It should display the min & max available. I have 2GB available
on my servers and have set this to approx 1500 MB. I also have the reserve physical
memory for SQL server checkbox checked, with the minimum query memory set to 1024.

This resolved my problems. If it doesn't work for you, you can always change it
back.

B7332 / SP 11.2 / NT 4.0 / SQL 7.0 (W2K & SQL 2000 this week!)

Susan Ferlita
Hillsborough Co. Sheriff's Office
Tampa, FL

Crawford Winter wrote:

> Oneworld B733.2 NT 4.0 SQL Server 7.0.
>
> Twice over the past week our Enterprise server slowed to a crawl with the
> CPU running at 100%. The first time it took a couple of hours then it got
> back to normal. The second time I re-booted after having all users log off
> and shutting down JDE and SQL services did not work. On the NT TASK MANAGER
> I noticed two processes that were running on and off. They were CMD.EXE and
> CL.EXE. The CL.EXE is a C++ optimizing compiler but what ever it does , I do
> not know. Has anyone an idea where it is coming from?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Crawford Winter
 
G

Guest

Guest
Susan, a number of replies came back for my problem. Most of them identified
that I was running a server package build at the time. Therefore, I will no
long attempt it during the day. I will however take note on your suggestion
of restricting memory on SQL.

Thanks,

Crawford Winter
Transamerica Life Canada
 
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