10-17-2000 08:33 AM
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
- James Hicks
Hewlett Packard Consulting
10-17-2000 10:07 AM
I cannot say that I've ever used the PRM before, however I highly recommend monitoring for excessive CPU processes. Too many times I've witnessed disconnected processes in a run-away state.
My favorite methodology for runaway process detection is to determine the process time spent by the job, if it exceeds 100 minutes, and it is not owned by a system level owner (e.g. root, bin, oracle ....) then test for an attached terminal. If it is detached, then its probably defunct, and you may kill it.
It sounds like you'll need that as well, especially monitoring three Oracle Databases on an N Class Server.
Hope that helps!
10-17-2000 04:24 PM
"Using HP PRM with Oracle Databases"