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Pinned topic CPU_SUMM tab missing processors with nmon analyzer v34a, works with v33g

‏2013-01-23T23:26:29Z |
I have discovered a difference in nmon analyzer between 33g and 34a on the CPU_SUMM tab. If I process a file with 33g, I get a CPU_SUMM tab that shows the expected number of CPUs. If I process that same file with 34a, I get a lot less CPUs on that tab. The header shows something like (12 threads not shown). Please let me know how to resolve. Thanks!
Updated on 2013-01-31T17:32:31Z at 2013-01-31T17:32:31Z by nagger
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    Re: CPU_SUMM tab missing processors with nmon analyzer v34a, works with v33g

    ‏2013-01-31T17:32:31Z  in response to CJXB_Dwight_Carter
    H,
    Can you state what level of AIX the data was collected on and if you are using nmon classic or the version supplied by AIX?

    AIX version via oslevel -s

    If this is Linux more information on the Hardware, make sure it is nmon for Linux 14g and what Linux distro and version number.

    Even better, can you attach a small sample nmon file that shows the problem so I can investigate further.

    thanks Nigel Griffiths
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    Re: CPU_SUMM tab missing processors with nmon analyzer v34a, works with v33g

    ‏2013-05-02T14:53:59Z  in response to CJXB_Dwight_Carter

    Hello,

     

    In the 'settings' tab there is

     

    CPUmax

     

    which according to NA_UserGuide v34.doc limits the number of CPUs shown to the SMT value of a shared LPAR.

     

    Set this value to a number >= #Logical CPUs.

     

    Bernhard