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High CPU utilization on Server process of PI JAVA system

Hello experts,

We have been observing a high CPU utilization in server process (server 1) of PI Java system since 3 weeks. But nothing is running from PI side. JMS channels are aleady in stopped state in PI.

So, we have no clue what is causing the high CPU utilization in PI java server process. Am a BASIS consultant and please let me know how to proceed with it from PI side.

Awaiting your inputs.

Regards,

Ramakrishna Reddy

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2012 at 10:18 AM

    Hi Ram,

    check in Moni and check in communictaion channel monitoring, may be some challnels polling continuously.

    regards,

    Raj

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2012 at 11:17 AM

    Hi,

    Not sure which PI version you are having. Below notes could be worth checking-

    Note 742395 - Analyzing High CPU usage by the J2EE Engine

    Note 799803 - High CPU consumption with J2EE Engine

    PI specific,

    Note 1118202 - High CPU load due to Messaging System AuditLog handling

    Note 1489751 - Performance improvements for XI starup at high message load

    Note 1472049 - Slow performance during XML Validation

    Regards,

    Francis

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