100 % CPU utilisation in WebSphere Application Server Advanced Edition 3.5 on AIX
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Posted By:   Rajeev_Jain
Posted On:   Thursday, March 22, 2001 05:03 PM

Hi, I am running WebSphere Application Server Advanced Edition 3.5 on AIX(Trial Version). Everything was working fine till Sunday. No changes were made, and no activity was also done in the test site. However, since Monday, The CPU utilisation shot upto 100%. Most of it seemed to be TCP/IP calls. There were 3 Application Servers running, including the Default Server, which is installed at the time WebSphere was installed. However, all the applications still seemed to be running fine. But because of the 100% CPU utilisation, the server process was put on a low priority. Since then , the execution of certain functions(such as starting/stopping of Application Server) from the admin console has been behaving erratically(incompleted status). Sometimes we   More>>

Hi,
I am running WebSphere Application Server Advanced Edition 3.5 on AIX(Trial Version). Everything was working fine till Sunday. No changes were made, and no activity was also done in the test site. However, since Monday, The CPU utilisation shot upto 100%. Most of it seemed to be TCP/IP calls. There were 3 Application Servers running, including the Default Server, which is installed at the time WebSphere was installed. However, all the applications still seemed to be running fine. But because of the 100% CPU utilisation, the server process was put on a low priority. Since then , the execution of certain functions(such as starting/stopping of Application Server) from the admin console has been behaving erratically(incompleted status).
Sometimes we were getting errors/exceptions such as -
com.ibm.ejs.sm.ClientException(CORBA.COMM_FAILURE: minor code 1),
com.ibm.ejs.sm.StaleActiveObjectInvocationException,
connection object not found.
Sometimes, it would just hang and do nothing.
What can be the possible reasons for these?(100% CPU utilisation), and what corrective measures can be taken.
Any suggestions wil be helpful.
Thanks
Rajeev Jain

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