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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-09-26T13:46:37Z by RFS
khos
khos
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Pinned topic Nmon Analyzer V3.4

‏2012-08-15T17:58:33Z |
Great work on analyzer v3.4, thank you.

I just installed and analyzed nmon data with ‘Analyzer V3.4’. I do appreciate that CPU work sheet has been reduce dramatically. Well, before we would have 192 CPU work sheets. Well, we have a p7 750 lpar with 192 logical CPU/Threads.

V3.4 analyzer only shows CPU all worksheet and CPU0, CPU1, CPU2, CPU3 which nice. All-though, I’m not clear on how the Nmon Analyzer v3.4 determines those 4 CPU on?

Thanks in advance for your comments.
Updated on 2012-09-26T13:46:37Z at 2012-09-26T13:46:37Z by RFS
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Nmon Analyzer V3.4

    ‏2012-08-15T21:16:20Z  
    If it's a dedicated processor LPAR then the Analyser shows all the CPU sheets by default. However, for shared processor LPARs - which you seem to have - the Analyser shows the first "n" CPU sheets - where "n" is simply the SMTmode that the LPAR is running in. So it will normally just show the first 4. This could be useful in giving an indication of how the SMT mode is working for you.
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    2402 Posts

    Re: Nmon Analyzer V3.4

    ‏2012-09-18T10:27:33Z  
    If it's a dedicated processor LPAR then the Analyser shows all the CPU sheets by default. However, for shared processor LPARs - which you seem to have - the Analyser shows the first "n" CPU sheets - where "n" is simply the SMTmode that the LPAR is running in. So it will normally just show the first 4. This could be useful in giving an indication of how the SMT mode is working for you.
    Hi,

    I'm also testing Analyser V3.4 and the new ability to specify time it's very useful. Thanks Stephen.

    Regarding the CPU's sheets (Logical CPU's) version 3.4 only produces the firth two sheets on shared processor LPARs.

    With previous versions, namely 3.3G individual sheets are produced for ALL lcpu's in the server.
  • RFS
    RFS
    29 Posts

    Re: Nmon Analyzer V3.4

    ‏2012-09-26T13:46:37Z  
    Question - Can the default behavior be changed so all the logical CPU tabs are created?

    Thanks in advance for your reply.