Re: Postgres.exe consuming physical memory on NNM 9.xx DB server. (340 Views)
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beu_deuh
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Registered: ‎03-31-2013
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Postgres.exe consuming physical memory on NNM 9.xx DB server.

Hi Everyone,

 

Can you give me the explanation about my problem.

I have NNM 9.0xx and i getting a lot the process named postgres.exe so physical memory is highly consumed on resource server NNM DB.

For more details, Please find out screenshoot on my attachment in below.

 

Regards,

Okik

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Bharath M R
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Re: Postgres.exe consuming physical memory on NNM 9.xx DB server.

Hi beu_deuh,

 

                   Are you running any scheduled scripts related to psql ?

Thanks,
Bharath
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AndyKemp
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Re: Postgres.exe consuming physical memory on NNM 9.xx DB server.

Wow what version of Windows are you running and on what hardware ? 

 

How many nodes/interfaces ?

 

I see that the binaries you're executing are the 32 bit ones which will reduce your potential  IO .

Have a nice day :)

Andy Kemp,  CISSP
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Ian_4
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Re: Postgres.exe consuming physical memory on NNM 9.xx DB server.

This is known isuse, call HP Support to get Postgres version 8.2.23 service pack HF-NNMI-9.0XP5-POSTGRES-WINDOWS-2012080. (see http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.2/static/release-8-2-23.html)

Hope this helps.

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beu_deuh
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Re: Postgres.exe consuming physical memory on NNM 9.xx DB server.

Hi Everyone,

Thanks for your cooperation.
Now NNM is running normally, but I don't know what the cause this problem happened.
I'm tried to trimincident but NNM system health is major and managed nodes is reach of 1700 nodes.
After trim incident all running properly.
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