We have a windows 2008 R2 server with ClearCase 126.96.36.199
The default lockmgr settings are -a almd -f 1024 -u 1024 -q 4096 and the information states you can not go higher that 1018 for the -u option.
1. then why is the default higher?
I have read and reread:
lockmgr reference information :
So are the default setting suppose to be fix to -a almd -f 1024 -u 1018 -q 4096 ? or is this another error in the documentation.
In the book the examples are 36 vobs for windows (we have 108 vobs on this server and perhaps 50 - 100 users concurrently and in checking pids on the vob server currently there are 125 on a slow day) so if you do the math the lock manager settings do not add up.
no errors, I am just trying to figure out the best setting. If you have a windows vob server and over 100 vobs and 50 to 100 users concurrently what have you done to the settings?
brcowan 2000005CYP733 Posts
Re: windows 2008 R2 server Lockmgr settings2013-03-06T22:24:35ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Well, actually... The -u limit should probably be 2048, which is the (Windows) albd child process limit. In versions before 7.0, the albd child process limit was 1024, which essentially limited the -u to just under 1024 to account for other albd child processes.
Additionally, the -q is supposed to be 5 time the -u option since the maximum number of files "locked" in a db server transaction on Schema 53 & 54 is 5.
-f, well, I'm pretty sure that the limit there is 1024. This effectively limits Windows VOB servers to serving about 146 Schema 54 VOBs and about 113 Schema 80 VOBs. It is possible that the -f value is also able to go higher.
I'm verifying these -f and -u issues now. I'll update when I find something concrete.
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Re: windows 2008 R2 server Lockmgr settings2013-03-06T22:51:01ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- brcowan 2000005CYP
The ClearCase 7.1 Administrators Guide incorrectly states: "The –f option cannot be set higher than 1018."
if the new limit for -u is 1024 and -q is 5 times -u, then does this look right:
-a almd -f 1024 -u 1024 -q 5120
why would the default set on a install be -a almd -f 1024 -u 1024 -q 4096 ?
I appreciate your help!
Re: windows 2008 R2 server Lockmgr settings2013-03-07T14:05:12ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- cody 110000B22N
So this would hold true for a windows 2008 R2 VOB server for CC 188.8.131.52 or would this be too much?:
-a almd -f 1024 -u 2048 -q 10240
would you also set the lockmgr settings for the view server to the same -a almd -f 1024 -u 2048 -q 10240?
In all the documentation it says vob server, not view and vob servers.
We have UCM with hundreds of projects and 5000+ views on a view server.