I am new to this thread so please bear with me. I have IBM ServeRaid 9 (stabdalone) installed on a few servers so that I can get snmp information about the raid controllers and send that information to our snmp manager. On a couple of the servers, aus-snmpd runs fine (for a couple of days) but then causes the cpu to go to 100%. The only way to drop the cpu back down is to kill aus-snmpd.
The servers that are currently showing this behavior have the following specs:
x3850 running redhat 4 update 4, raid controller is 8i
x336 running redhat 4 update 6, raid controller is 8k-l
x3550 running redhat 4 update 7, raid controller is 8k-l
I do apologize ahead of time if this may have been discussed in prior threads. I did do a search and did not find anything.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Updated on 2009-07-07T11:36:32Z at 2009-07-07T11:36:32Z by ishields
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Re: IBM ServeRaid 9.00 - aus-snmpd causing 100% cpu on Linux Redhat 4 servers2009-07-07T11:36:32ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.This forum is for IBM software products on Linux, particularly those available through our trial downloads.
I have posted all the ServeRAID information that I have in the posting Where to get support for IBM ServeRAID on Linux. Please use those resources for ServeRAID support.