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  1. avm change when user increase

    Hi All
    Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?

    AIX 5.2

    Interval=2 , Count=20
    2008/05/09.08:41:27
    System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    memory page
    faults cpu
    -------------- -------------------------------------
    ---------------------- ------------
    r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    sy cs us sy id wa
    3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    1321 33 36 6 25 1
    3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    1349 34 34 4 28 2
    5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    1487 44 35 10 11 3
    4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    1216 43 34 5 18 4
    3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    1489 48 27 6 18 5
    4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    1451 40 35 5 20 6
    3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    1466 50 28 10 11 7
    8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    1406 40 36 4 20 8
    3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    1502 48 28 7 16 9
    6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    1310 42 38 5 15 10

    2008/05/09.09:24:09
    System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    memory page
    faults cpu
    -------------- -------------------------------------
    ---------------------- ------------
    r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    sy cs us sy id wa
    4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    1542 25 41 4 29 1
    4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    1619 30 39 7 24 2
    5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    1372 41 39 6 14 3
    10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    1592 46 39 4 12 4
    6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    1873 51 34 4 11 5
    7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    2322 50 37 8 6 6
    13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    1466 47 37 5 11 7
    3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    1817 41 38 6 15 8
    3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    1739 32 29 14 25 9
    2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    1438 19 39 19 23 10

  2. Re: avm change when user increase

    On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    > Hi All
    > Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?
    >
    > AIX 5.2
    >
    > Interval=2 , Count=20
    > 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    > System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    > memory page
    > faults cpu
    > -------------- -------------------------------------
    > ---------------------- ------------
    > r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    > sy cs us sy id wa
    > 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    > 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    > 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    > 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    > 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    > 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    > 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    > 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    > 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    > 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    > 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    > 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    > 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    > 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    > 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    > 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    > 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    > 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    > 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    > 1310 42 38 5 15 10
    >
    > 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    > System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    > memory page
    > faults cpu
    > -------------- -------------------------------------
    > ---------------------- ------------
    > r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    > sy cs us sy id wa
    > 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    > 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    > 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    > 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    > 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    > 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    > 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    > 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    > 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    > 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    > 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    > 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    > 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    > 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    > 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    > 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    > 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    > 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    > 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    > 1438 19 39 19 23 10


    AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    value does not include file pages.
    Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    HTH
    Ashok Sangra

  3. Re: avm change when user increase

    On Fri, 9 May 2008 03:24:17 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    wrote:

    >On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    >> Hi All
    >> Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?
    >>
    >> AIX 5.2
    >>
    >> Interval=2 , Count=20
    >> 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    >> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >> memory page
    >> faults cpu
    >> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >> ---------------------- ------------
    >> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >> sy cs us sy id wa
    >> 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    >> 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    >> 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    >> 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    >> 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    >> 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    >> 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    >> 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    >> 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    >> 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    >> 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    >> 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    >> 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    >> 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    >> 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    >> 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    >> 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    >> 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    >> 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    >> 1310 42 38 5 15 10
    >>
    >> 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    >> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >> memory page
    >> faults cpu
    >> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >> ---------------------- ------------
    >> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >> sy cs us sy id wa
    >> 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    >> 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    >> 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    >> 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    >> 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    >> 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    >> 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    >> 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    >> 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    >> 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    >> 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    >> 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    >> 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    >> 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    >> 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    >> 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    >> 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    >> 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    >> 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    >> 1438 19 39 19 23 10

    >
    >AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    >processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    >increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    >value does not include file pages.
    >Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    >less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    >is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    >HTH
    >Ashok Sangra


    That sounds wrong to me. Are youz some kind of Indian?


  4. Re: avm change when user increase

    On May 9, 7:34 pm, n...@nowhere.net (0xdeadabe) wrote:
    > On Fri, 9 May 2008 03:24:17 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    >
    >
    >
    > wrote:
    > >On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    > >> Hi All
    > >> Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?

    >
    > >> AIX 5.2

    >
    > >> Interval=2 , Count=20
    > >> 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    > >> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    > >> memory page
    > >> faults cpu
    > >> -------------- -------------------------------------
    > >> ---------------------- ------------
    > >> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    > >> sy cs us sy id wa
    > >> 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    > >> 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    > >> 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    > >> 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    > >> 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    > >> 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    > >> 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    > >> 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    > >> 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    > >> 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    > >> 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    > >> 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    > >> 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    > >> 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    > >> 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    > >> 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    > >> 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    > >> 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    > >> 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    > >> 1310 42 38 5 15 10

    >
    > >> 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    > >> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    > >> memory page
    > >> faults cpu
    > >> -------------- -------------------------------------
    > >> ---------------------- ------------
    > >> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    > >> sy cs us sy id wa
    > >> 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    > >> 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    > >> 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    > >> 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    > >> 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    > >> 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    > >> 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    > >> 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    > >> 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    > >> 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    > >> 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    > >> 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    > >> 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    > >> 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    > >> 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    > >> 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    > >> 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    > >> 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    > >> 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    > >> 1438 19 39 19 23 10

    >
    > >AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    > >processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    > >increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    > >value does not include file pages.
    > >Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    > >less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    > >is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    > >HTH
    > >Ashok Sangra

    >
    > That sounds wrong to me. Are youz some kind of Indian?


    No. those figure just for begining morning. We check why avm changing.
    Our Progress Database may have problem about not enough RAM. We try to
    rent 8GB for testing.
    It is better than the pi and po less than 5 ?

  5. Re: avm change when user increase

    On May 9, 4:34 pm, n...@nowhere.net (0xdeadabe) wrote:
    > On Fri, 9 May 2008 03:24:17 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    >
    >
    >
    > wrote:
    > >On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    > >> Hi All
    > >> Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?

    >
    > >> AIX 5.2

    >
    > >> Interval=2 , Count=20
    > >> 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    > >> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    > >> memory page
    > >> faults cpu
    > >> -------------- -------------------------------------
    > >> ---------------------- ------------
    > >> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    > >> sy cs us sy id wa
    > >> 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    > >> 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    > >> 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    > >> 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    > >> 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    > >> 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    > >> 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    > >> 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    > >> 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    > >> 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    > >> 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    > >> 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    > >> 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    > >> 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    > >> 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    > >> 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    > >> 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    > >> 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    > >> 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    > >> 1310 42 38 5 15 10

    >
    > >> 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    > >> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    > >> memory page
    > >> faults cpu
    > >> -------------- -------------------------------------
    > >> ---------------------- ------------
    > >> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    > >> sy cs us sy id wa
    > >> 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    > >> 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    > >> 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    > >> 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    > >> 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    > >> 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    > >> 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    > >> 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    > >> 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    > >> 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    > >> 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    > >> 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    > >> 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    > >> 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    > >> 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    > >> 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    > >> 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    > >> 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    > >> 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    > >> 1438 19 39 19 23 10

    >
    > >AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    > >processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    > >increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    > >value does not include file pages.
    > >Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    > >less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    > >is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    > >HTH
    > >Ashok Sangra

    >
    > That sounds wrong to me. Are youz some kind of Indian?


    Hello Mr oxdeadabe,
    In the first place, we are not here to discuss Nationalities. This is
    a technical discussion forum which is of day-to-day use to many of us
    and as members we should respect this.
    In case you feel that I have presented something wrong, pls point it
    out.
    Ashok Sangra

  6. Re: avm change when user increase

    Ashok Sangra wrote:
    > On May 9, 4:34 pm, n...@nowhere.net (0xdeadabe) wrote:
    >> On Fri, 9 May 2008 03:24:17 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> wrote:
    >>> On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    >>>> Hi All
    >>>> Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?
    >>>> AIX 5.2
    >>>> Interval=2 , Count=20
    >>>> 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    >>>> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >>>> memory page
    >>>> faults cpu
    >>>> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >>>> ---------------------- ------------
    >>>> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >>>> sy cs us sy id wa
    >>>> 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    >>>> 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    >>>> 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    >>>> 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    >>>> 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    >>>> 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    >>>> 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    >>>> 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    >>>> 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    >>>> 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    >>>> 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    >>>> 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    >>>> 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    >>>> 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    >>>> 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    >>>> 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    >>>> 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    >>>> 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    >>>> 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    >>>> 1310 42 38 5 15 10
    >>>> 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    >>>> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >>>> memory page
    >>>> faults cpu
    >>>> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >>>> ---------------------- ------------
    >>>> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >>>> sy cs us sy id wa
    >>>> 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    >>>> 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    >>>> 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    >>>> 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    >>>> 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    >>>> 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    >>>> 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    >>>> 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    >>>> 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    >>>> 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    >>>> 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    >>>> 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    >>>> 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    >>>> 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    >>>> 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    >>>> 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    >>>> 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    >>>> 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    >>>> 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    >>>> 1438 19 39 19 23 10
    >>> AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    >>> processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    >>> increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    >>> value does not include file pages.
    >>> Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    >>> less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    >>> is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    >>> HTH
    >>> Ashok Sangra

    >> That sounds wrong to me. Are youz some kind of Indian?

    >
    > Hello Mr oxdeadabe,
    > In the first place, we are not here to discuss Nationalities. This is
    > a technical discussion forum which is of day-to-day use to many of us
    > and as members we should respect this.
    > In case you feel that I have presented something wrong, pls point it
    > out.
    > Ashok Sangra


    Ok, I was going to ignore this clown, but now that people are starting
    to respond, I have to.

    First of all, the person who posted this is not me, but a person using
    my NG handle. He is an old timer at this, he used to use Anthony
    Mandic® in the comp.unix.solaris newsgroup years ago. I have only used
    2 handles over the past 3 years, "AIX n00b" and "0xdeadabe" I had old
    handles I used in comp.sys.ncr and CUS, but can't remember them. You
    will have to take a good look at the headers of the postings to be able
    to distinguish which one of us we are. We both use RoadRunner as an
    ISP, so that makes it even more difficult. He is located in the New
    York City area, and I am in northeast Ohio.

    He used to have some entertaining posts, but the sexually/racially
    charged stuff is over the top for me.

    Ashok, I apologize on behalf of my handle only, but it really wasn't me.
    Please take the time to look at the posts of the headers (and the
    content) to be able to tell. I was going to wait this one out, but
    since people are beginning to believe its really me, I can no longer do
    that.



  7. Re: avm change when user increase

    On Sat, 10 May 2008 05:49:13 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    wrote:

    >On May 9, 4:34 pm, n...@nowhere.net (0xdeadabe) wrote:
    >> On Fri, 9 May 2008 03:24:17 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> wrote:
    >> >On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    >> >> Hi All
    >> >> Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?

    >>
    >> >> AIX 5.2

    >>
    >> >> Interval=2 , Count=20
    >> >> 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    >> >> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >> >> memory page
    >> >> faults cpu
    >> >> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >> >> ---------------------- ------------
    >> >> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >> >> sy cs us sy id wa
    >> >> 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    >> >> 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    >> >> 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    >> >> 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    >> >> 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    >> >> 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    >> >> 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    >> >> 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    >> >> 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    >> >> 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    >> >> 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    >> >> 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    >> >> 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    >> >> 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    >> >> 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    >> >> 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    >> >> 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    >> >> 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    >> >> 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    >> >> 1310 42 38 5 15 10

    >>
    >> >> 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    >> >> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >> >> memory page
    >> >> faults cpu
    >> >> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >> >> ---------------------- ------------
    >> >> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >> >> sy cs us sy id wa
    >> >> 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    >> >> 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    >> >> 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    >> >> 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    >> >> 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    >> >> 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    >> >> 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    >> >> 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    >> >> 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    >> >> 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    >> >> 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    >> >> 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    >> >> 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    >> >> 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    >> >> 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    >> >> 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    >> >> 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    >> >> 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    >> >> 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    >> >> 1438 19 39 19 23 10

    >>
    >> >AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    >> >processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    >> >increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    >> >value does not include file pages.
    >> >Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    >> >less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    >> >is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    >> >HTH
    >> >Ashok Sangra

    >>
    >> That sounds wrong to me. Are youz some kind of Indian?

    >
    >Hello Mr oxdeadabe,
    >In the first place, we are not here to discuss Nationalities. This is
    >a technical discussion forum which is of day-to-day use to many of us
    >and as members we should respect this.


    Yes, youz are right!


    >In case you feel that I have presented something wrong, pls point it
    >out.
    >Ashok Sangra


    Are youz some kind of asshole?


  8. Re: avm change when user increase

    Ashok Sangra wrote:
    > On May 9, 4:34 pm, n...@nowhere.net (0xdeadabe) wrote:
    >> On Fri, 9 May 2008 03:24:17 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> wrote:
    >>> On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    >>>> Hi All
    >>>> Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?
    >>>> AIX 5.2
    >>>> Interval=2 , Count=20
    >>>> 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    >>>> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >>>> memory page
    >>>> faults cpu
    >>>> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >>>> ---------------------- ------------
    >>>> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >>>> sy cs us sy id wa
    >>>> 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    >>>> 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    >>>> 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    >>>> 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    >>>> 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    >>>> 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    >>>> 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    >>>> 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    >>>> 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    >>>> 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    >>>> 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    >>>> 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    >>>> 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    >>>> 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    >>>> 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    >>>> 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    >>>> 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    >>>> 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    >>>> 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    >>>> 1310 42 38 5 15 10
    >>>> 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    >>>> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >>>> memory page
    >>>> faults cpu
    >>>> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >>>> ---------------------- ------------
    >>>> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >>>> sy cs us sy id wa
    >>>> 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    >>>> 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    >>>> 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    >>>> 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    >>>> 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    >>>> 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    >>>> 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    >>>> 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    >>>> 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    >>>> 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    >>>> 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    >>>> 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    >>>> 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    >>>> 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    >>>> 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    >>>> 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    >>>> 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    >>>> 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    >>>> 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    >>>> 1438 19 39 19 23 10
    >>> AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    >>> processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    >>> increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    >>> value does not include file pages.
    >>> Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    >>> less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    >>> is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    >>> HTH
    >>> Ashok Sangra

    >> That sounds wrong to me. Are youz some kind of Indian?

    >
    > Hello Mr oxdeadabe,
    > In the first place, we are not here to discuss Nationalities. This is
    > a technical discussion forum which is of day-to-day use to many of us
    > and as members we should respect this.
    > In case you feel that I have presented something wrong, pls point it
    > out.
    > Ashok Sangra


    Also, don't reply to all of the newsgroups he posts to. On of them seem
    to have a bot monitoring them.

  9. Re: avm change when user increase

    On Sat, 10 May 2008 09:45:22 -0400, 0xdeadabe
    wrote:

    >Ashok Sangra wrote:
    >> On May 9, 4:34 pm, n...@nowhere.net (0xdeadabe) wrote:
    >>> On Fri, 9 May 2008 03:24:17 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>> On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    >>>>> Hi All
    >>>>> Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?
    >>>>> AIX 5.2
    >>>>> Interval=2 , Count=20
    >>>>> 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    >>>>> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >>>>> memory page
    >>>>> faults cpu
    >>>>> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >>>>> ---------------------- ------------
    >>>>> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >>>>> sy cs us sy id wa
    >>>>> 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    >>>>> 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    >>>>> 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    >>>>> 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    >>>>> 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    >>>>> 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    >>>>> 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    >>>>> 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    >>>>> 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    >>>>> 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    >>>>> 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    >>>>> 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    >>>>> 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    >>>>> 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    >>>>> 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    >>>>> 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    >>>>> 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    >>>>> 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    >>>>> 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    >>>>> 1310 42 38 5 15 10
    >>>>> 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    >>>>> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >>>>> memory page
    >>>>> faults cpu
    >>>>> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >>>>> ---------------------- ------------
    >>>>> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >>>>> sy cs us sy id wa
    >>>>> 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    >>>>> 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    >>>>> 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    >>>>> 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    >>>>> 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    >>>>> 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    >>>>> 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    >>>>> 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    >>>>> 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    >>>>> 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    >>>>> 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    >>>>> 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    >>>>> 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    >>>>> 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    >>>>> 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    >>>>> 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    >>>>> 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    >>>>> 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    >>>>> 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    >>>>> 1438 19 39 19 23 10
    >>>> AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    >>>> processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    >>>> increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    >>>> value does not include file pages.
    >>>> Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    >>>> less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    >>>> is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    >>>> HTH
    >>>> Ashok Sangra
    >>> That sounds wrong to me. Are youz some kind of Indian?

    >>
    >> Hello Mr oxdeadabe,
    >> In the first place, we are not here to discuss Nationalities. This is
    >> a technical discussion forum which is of day-to-day use to many of us
    >> and as members we should respect this.
    >> In case you feel that I have presented something wrong, pls point it
    >> out.
    >> Ashok Sangra

    >
    >Ok, I was going to ignore this clown, but now that people are starting
    >to respond, I have to.
    >
    >First of all, the person who posted this is not me, but a person using
    >my NG handle. He is an old timer at this, he used to use Anthony
    >Mandic® in the comp.unix.solaris newsgroup years ago. I have only used
    >2 handles over the past 3 years, "AIX n00b" and "0xdeadabe" I had old
    >handles I used in comp.sys.ncr and CUS, but can't remember them. You
    >will have to take a good look at the headers of the postings to be able
    >to distinguish which one of us we are. We both use RoadRunner as an
    >ISP, so that makes it even more difficult. He is located in the New
    >York City area, and I am in northeast Ohio.
    >
    >He used to have some entertaining posts, but the sexually/racially
    >charged stuff is over the top for me.
    >
    >Ashok, I apologize on behalf of my handle only, but it really wasn't me.
    > Please take the time to look at the posts of the headers (and the
    >content) to be able to tell. I was going to wait this one out, but
    >since people are beginning to believe its really me, I can no longer do
    >that.


    How many more times are youz going to forge my email address?
    abuse@rr.com advised.




  10. Re: avm change when user increase

    On Sat, 10 May 2008 22:31:27 -0400, 0xdeadabe
    wrote:

    >Ashok Sangra wrote:
    >> On May 9, 4:34 pm, n...@nowhere.net (0xdeadabe) wrote:
    >>> On Fri, 9 May 2008 03:24:17 -0700 (PDT), Ashok Sangra
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>> On May 9, 10:26 am, moonhkt wrote:
    >>>>> Hi All
    >>>>> Do you know why avm change when the system start busy ?
    >>>>> AIX 5.2
    >>>>> Interval=2 , Count=20
    >>>>> 2008/05/09.08:41:27
    >>>>> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >>>>> memory page
    >>>>> faults cpu
    >>>>> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >>>>> ---------------------- ------------
    >>>>> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >>>>> sy cs us sy id wa
    >>>>> 3 7 876477 416 0 16 121 686 3096006 113 1749 26024
    >>>>> 1321 33 36 6 25 1
    >>>>> 3 3 875936 1108 0 77 18 491 2913651 109 1719 15716
    >>>>> 1349 34 34 4 28 2
    >>>>> 5 5 876766 374 0 6 48 719 2504073 99 1745 37122
    >>>>> 1487 44 35 10 11 3
    >>>>> 4 6 876788 429 0 66 50 408 2975797 112 1663 18435
    >>>>> 1216 43 34 5 18 4
    >>>>> 3 4 876174 438 0 25 91 457 1946006 77 1713 23586
    >>>>> 1489 48 27 6 18 5
    >>>>> 4 3 876522 719 0 70 33 672 3005327 118 1791 21912
    >>>>> 1451 40 35 5 20 6
    >>>>> 3 2 876466 540 0 7 6 315 2212822 80 1662 39562
    >>>>> 1466 50 28 10 11 7
    >>>>> 8 2 877594 419 0 53 74 926 3641333 140 1886 17722
    >>>>> 1406 40 36 4 20 8
    >>>>> 3 4 876926 394 0 14 51 413 2613814 94 1753 18161
    >>>>> 1502 48 28 7 16 9
    >>>>> 6 4 878323 363 0 29 143 1063 3989671 146 1901 17651
    >>>>> 1310 42 38 5 15 10
    >>>>> 2008/05/09.09:24:09
    >>>>> System Configuration: lcpu=4 mem=7817MB
    >>>>> memory page
    >>>>> faults cpu
    >>>>> -------------- -------------------------------------
    >>>>> ---------------------- ------------
    >>>>> r b avm fre re pi po fr sr cy in
    >>>>> sy cs us sy id wa
    >>>>> 4 2 1116095 392 0 16 49 760 4035686 158 2121 12058
    >>>>> 1542 25 41 4 29 1
    >>>>> 4 1 1116127 419 0 21 17 646 3493681 133 2160 10489
    >>>>> 1619 30 39 7 24 2
    >>>>> 5 3 1116692 292 0 5 13 567 3327126 127 2010 12337
    >>>>> 1372 41 39 6 14 3
    >>>>> 10 2 1117189 471 0 66 86 648 3760497 139 2158 52038
    >>>>> 1592 46 39 4 12 4
    >>>>> 6 2 1117143 384 0 22 35 416 3434173 130 2361 25130
    >>>>> 1873 51 34 4 11 5
    >>>>> 7 1 1116606 429 0 4 7 540 3097305 122 2417 27087
    >>>>> 2322 50 37 8 6 6
    >>>>> 13 3 1116606 377 0 8 16 486 4506655 168 2268 15808
    >>>>> 1466 47 37 5 11 7
    >>>>> 3 2 1116735 376 0 6 12 671 4385992 166 2408 16481
    >>>>> 1817 41 38 6 15 8
    >>>>> 3 3 1116774 406 0 8 12 643 2973357 112 2125 15117
    >>>>> 1739 32 29 14 25 9
    >>>>> 2 4 1116692 523 0 14 35 448 3172179 124 1972 9315
    >>>>> 1438 19 39 19 23 10
    >>>> AVM is active virtual memory and denotes the active pages used by
    >>>> processes at the moment the sample is collected. This is bound to
    >>>> increase with system usages as more processes are activated. This
    >>>> value does not include file pages.
    >>>> Point to note here is that if the value of avm multiplied by 4K is
    >>>> less than the system RAM, ideally no paging should be visible and it
    >>>> is perfect in your case and needs no further investigation.
    >>>> HTH
    >>>> Ashok Sangra
    >>> That sounds wrong to me. Are youz some kind of Indian?

    >>
    >> Hello Mr oxdeadabe,
    >> In the first place, we are not here to discuss Nationalities. This is
    >> a technical discussion forum which is of day-to-day use to many of us
    >> and as members we should respect this.
    >> In case you feel that I have presented something wrong, pls point it
    >> out.
    >> Ashok Sangra

    >
    >Also, don't reply to all of the newsgroups he posts to. On of them seem
    >to have a bot monitoring them.


    Who are youz calling a bot, asshole?
    BWAWAWAWAWAWAWAWA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  11. Re: avm change when user increase

    On 2008-05-10, 0xdeadabe wrote:

    >
    > Ok, I was going to ignore this clown, but now that people are starting
    > to respond, I have to.
    >
    > First of all, the person who posted this is not me, but a person using
    > my NG handle. He is an old timer at this, he used to use Anthony
    > Mandic® in the comp.unix.solaris newsgroup years ago. I have only used
    > 2 handles over the past 3 years, "AIX n00b" and "0xdeadabe" I had old
    > handles I used in comp.sys.ncr and CUS, but can't remember them. You
    > will have to take a good look at the headers of the postings to be able
    > to distinguish which one of us we are. We both use RoadRunner as an
    > ISP, so that makes it even more difficult. He is located in the New
    > York City area, and I am in northeast Ohio.
    >
    > He used to have some entertaining posts, but the sexually/racially
    > charged stuff is over the top for me.
    >
    > Ashok, I apologize on behalf of my handle only, but it really wasn't me.
    > Please take the time to look at the posts of the headers (and the
    > content) to be able to tell. I was going to wait this one out, but
    > since people are beginning to believe its really me, I can no longer do
    > that.
    >

    You don't have to worry about people with a decent newsreader; my
    killfile is having no difficulty telling the two of you apart.

    --
    Christopher Mattern

    NOTICE
    Thank you for noticing this new notice
    Your noticing it has been noted
    And will be reported to the authorities

  12. Re: avm change when user increase

    On Sun, 11 May 2008 15:44:50 -0500, Chris Mattern
    wrote:

    >On 2008-05-10, 0xdeadabe wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> Ok, I was going to ignore this clown, but now that people are starting
    >> to respond, I have to.
    >>
    >> First of all, the person who posted this is not me, but a person using
    >> my NG handle. He is an old timer at this, he used to use Anthony
    >> Mandic® in the comp.unix.solaris newsgroup years ago. I have only used
    >> 2 handles over the past 3 years, "AIX n00b" and "0xdeadabe" I had old
    >> handles I used in comp.sys.ncr and CUS, but can't remember them. You
    >> will have to take a good look at the headers of the postings to be able
    >> to distinguish which one of us we are. We both use RoadRunner as an
    >> ISP, so that makes it even more difficult. He is located in the New
    >> York City area, and I am in northeast Ohio.
    >>
    >> He used to have some entertaining posts, but the sexually/racially
    >> charged stuff is over the top for me.
    >>
    >> Ashok, I apologize on behalf of my handle only, but it really wasn't me.
    >> Please take the time to look at the posts of the headers (and the
    >> content) to be able to tell. I was going to wait this one out, but
    >> since people are beginning to believe its really me, I can no longer do
    >> that.
    >>

    >You don't have to worry about people with a decent newsreader; my
    >killfile is having no difficulty telling the two of you apart.


    Make sure youz killfile the forger and not me!



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