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Old 06-02-2006, 05:32 AM   #16
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Is this data from a time-frame when you experienceed the problem with responsiveness/lockup ???.
I see no evidence of anything adverse - me not knowing the product, it must be added. Ignoring the first line which may be incomplete, the only unusual numbers are the interrupt rate and the context switch rate.

These may be normal (FSVO "normal") for Oracle ... I have no experience there.
Certainly nothing to suggest a memory/swap problem.

Sorry i didn't get you... if you need any info about my server.i am ready to give any kind of logfiles and trace files also. please let me know ....
 
Old 06-02-2006, 10:25 PM   #17
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What I was suggesting is that you need to run that command I gave you at the time of a slowdown. The numbers will be more meaningful then.
 
Old 06-16-2006, 01:58 AM   #18
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Today that server is hang

Today iam facing the same problem.i'll listed a below lines are vmstat and free output also.when server goes hang at the time i am trying to login that box,but that server is omitting "fork:cannot allocate memory" error.

[root@server log]#free -m
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 8003 7982 21 0 477 5349
-/+ buffers/cache: 2155 5847
Swap: 16190 0 16190

[root@server log]#cat /var/log/vmstatlog_2006-06-13
procs memory swap io system cpu
r b swpd free buff cache si so bi bo in cs us sy wa id
0 1 0 95320 496552 5558892 0 0 9 34 14 34 2 3 3 9
0 0 0 94696 496552 5558896 0 0 0 56 174 1450 2 5 2 91
0 0 0 95260 496552 5558892 0 0 0 85 179 1432 2 3 2 93
0 0 0 95212 496552 5558896 0 0 0 55 184 1504 1 3 2 93
0 0 0 93964 496556 5558904 0 0 0 62 231 1772 7 11 2 80
0 0 0 94744 496564 5558900 0 0 0 68 168 1401 3 5 2 90
0 0 0 96300 496564 5558900 0 0 0 65 168 1389 1 3 2 94
1 0 0 96208 496568 5558904 0 0 0 50 166 1382 2 2 2 95
0 0 0 96364 496572 5558904 0 0 0 67 167 1394 2 1 2 95
0 0 0 94296 496572 5558904 0 0 0 65 167 1404 4 5 2 89
0 0 0 95684 496572 5558904 0 0 0 71 167 1407 2 3 2 94
0 0 0 96184 496572 5558904 0 0 0 50 166 1362 2 2 3 94
0 0 0 95324 496580 5558904 0 0 0 71 168 1391 2 1 3 94
0 0 0 94372 496580 5558904 0 0 0 65 166 1424 3 5 2 90
0 0 0 96032 496588 5558904 0 0 0 78 167 1439 2 3 3 92
0 0 0 96724 496588 5558904 0 0 0 51 166 1404 2 2 3 93
0 0 0 95904 496592 5558908 0 0 0 92 169 1448 3 3 2 92
1 0 0 95656 496596 5558916 0 0 0 61 175 1437 3 5 2 90
0 0 0 95644 496600 5558916 0 0 0 63 168 1382 1 2 2 94
0 0 0 95664 496600 5558916 0 0 0 50 166 1361 2 2 1 95
0 0 0 96544 496604 5558916 0 0 0 53 165 1381 2 2 1 95
0 0 0 95396 496608 5558924 0 0 0 69 168 1423 3 5 3 89
3 0 0 95348 496620 5558924 0 0 0 57 174 1405 2 3 3 93
0 0 0 95872 496620 5558924 0 0 0 54 183 1500 1 3 3 93
2 0 0 94964 496624 5558928 0 0 0 54 177 1412 2 2 1 95
0 0 0 96792 496624 5558928 0 0 0 64 167 1388 3 5 2 91
0 0 0 97540 496624 5558932 0 0 0 55 167 1407 3 3 3 92
0 0 0 96696 496632 5558932 0 0 0 66 167 1375 1 2 3 94
1 0 0 96656 496640 5558932 0 0 0 65 167 1397 2 2 2 94
0 1 0 94660 496644 5558936 0 0 0 74 168 1400 3 5 3 89
0 0 0 96004 496648 5558936 0 0 0 63 169 1383 2 3 3 92
0 0 0 95708 496656 5558936 0 0 0 56 167 1375 2 2 3 94
0 0 0 93588 496656 5558940 0 0 0 54 165 1390 2 2 2 95
0 0 0 93784 496656 5558944 0 0 0 75 169 1412 3 5 3 90
12 0 0 92364 496664 5558948 0 0 0 58 166 1416 2 3 2 93
0 0 0 94088 496664 5558948 0 0 0 50 167 1394 2 2 2 94
0 0 0 96120 496664 5558956 0 0 0 71 167 1425 2 3 2 93
1 0 0 95860 496664 5558960 0 0 0 61 175 1444 3 5 2 90
0 0 0 95200 496668 5558960 0 0 0 56 166 1391 1 3 2 95
0 0 0 95476 496672 5558960 0 0 0 60 168 1364 2 2 3 93

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Those numbers are very similar to the ones you posted previously. And again I see no evidence of a "system" (as in memory and/or I/O) problem.
Looks like the systems is happily ticking over.

Your problem must be elsewhere - and in that regard I'm unable to help.
 
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Those numbers are very similar to the ones you posted previously. And again I see no evidence of a "system" (as in memory and/or I/O) problem.
Looks like the systems is happily ticking over.

Your problem must be elsewhere - and in that regard I'm unable to help.
But the server goes very slow,now i can't login that server.but meanwhile oracle database and application server working fine.server hanging issue not impact an the oracle, it's running perfectly.

when server goes hang at the time i am trying to login that box,but that server is omitting "fork:cannot allocate memory" error.

[root@server log]#free -m
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 8003 7982 21 0 477 5349
-/+ buffers/cache: 2155 5847
Swap: 16190 0 16190

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