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Message Posted: Sat, 06 Jan 2007 @ 18:31:23 GMT
Assuming the arcmain process is running on a database node and not on a media server (Y/N?). If media server architecture then your options are limited. If the arcmain process is running on a database node then you can use the "schmon -l" utility function to limit database resource consumption to less than 100% of the node (something like 80).
Or, you can use the "renice" to set the arcmain process to the same level as the database.
The "top" command will show arcmain process on the node (usually PDN for one stream arc).
The utilities are installed in /etc/gsc/bin directory
renice -20 -p pid
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