Also check for below files for error, /var/opt/perf/status.scope /var/opt/perf/status.perfalarm /var/opt/perf/status.ttd
Also there is known issue in HP_UX for 11.0x , try KD. ===== Execute icapstatus, and verify the total number of CPU cores. Allocate bufsets based on the total number of CPU cores. Explanation on setting -prealloc:
allocate bufsets for total cpus using "midaemon -prealloc"
Example: # midaemon -prealloc= < Total number of Physical CPUS> [ Here we need to use the Total number of Physical CPUS]
So if any other midaemon options are already in use then add this option along with them like below:
Then change it to: # midaemon -prealloc= < Total number of Physical CPUS> -bufsets 16 -skipbuf 8 -smdvss 700M If for example the Total number of Physical CPUS on system is 8 the command will look like below: # midaemon –prealloc=8 -bufsets 16 -skipbuf 8 -smdvss 700M Steps to do it: 1) Stop Performance Agent (PA) using "/opt/perf/bin/ovpa stop" 2) Stop perfd using "/opt/perf/bin/pctl stop" 3) Check if any glance or , xglance running , then stop them all. 4) Check if still midameon is running , then stop it using "/opt/perf/bin/midaemon -T" 4) Check if midamon stopped, if not then its hanging. Kill it using "kill -9 <MIDAEMON PID>" 5) Edit PA start up script, /etc/rc.config.d/ovpa and add the following option, MWA_START=1 MWA_START_COMMAND="/opt/perf/bin/mwa start" MWA_PROTOCOL=http MIPARMS="-prealloc=8 -pids 10000 -kths 10000 -smdvss 700M "
# MIPARMS="-prealloc=<Total Number of Physical CPUs> -bufsets 16 -skipbuf 8 -smdvss 700M" # Example: # if Total number of Physical CPUS is 8 then following is the way to set it. # export MIPARMS="-prealloc=8 -pids 10000 -kths 10000 -smdvss 700M" # export MIPARMS
6) Start PA using "/opt/perf/bin/ovpa start" 7) Start perfd using "/opt/perf/bin/pctl start" 8) Check 'ps -ef|grep midaemon' output of midameon to see whether midaemon is running with configured parameters. ==========
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