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CA - HYPER NOTIFICATION - RO12944 IDMS - OS

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Nov 25, 2009
Latest reply on Nov 25, 2009 by ca.portal.admin
Subject: CA HYPER SOLUTION NOTIFICATION - RO12944 =
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Title: NO CINET FOR TCPIP CAUSES 100% CPU CV STARTUP =
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Product: IDMS =
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Release: 17.0 =
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Opsys: OS =
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Solution #: 231 =
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https://support.ca.com/irj/portal/SolutionResults?aparNo=3DRO12944&actionID=
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Description: =
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If the TCP/IP configuration does not include =
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CINET (the use of multiple TCP/IP stacks), then CV startup will =
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use 100% of available CPU during TCP/IP initialization. =
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SYMPTOMS: =
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On CA IDMS CVs with no CINET configuration (multiple stacks) for =
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TCP/IP, the CV will appear to loop at 100% CPU during TCP/IP =
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initialization for three to four minutes. Once TCP/IP =
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initialization is complete, CPU utilization returns to a =
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normal level and CV startup continues. =
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IMPACT: =
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CA IDMS CVs that do not have a CINET TCP/IP configuration =
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will use 100% CPU during TCP/IP initialization for CV =
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startup. =
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CIRCUMVENTION: =
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There is no circumvention unless the TCP/IP configuration is =
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changed to implement the use of CINET. =
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PRODUCTS AFFECTED: =
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CA IDMS Release 17.0 =
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HYPER: YES =
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DISTRIBUTION CODE: A =
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PROBLEM RESOLUTION: Apply the following PTF to the system. =
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Reload any resident modules, or re-IPL if necessary. =
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***NOTE*** Retain the printed output for reference. =
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PRODUCT(S) AFFECTED: CA IDMS/DB CORE Release 17.0 =
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FW: CA - HYPER NOTIFICATION - RO12944 IDMS - OS
"Is this CINET part of the IDMS TCP/IP configuration, or elsewhere?

I have noticed that TCP/IP initialization for our R17 CV takes about two minutes. How long should it take?

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