SCO Does not know how to help (fwd)

SCO Does not know how to help (fwd)

Post by Nelson Marti » Fri, 20 Oct 1995 04:00:00



You didn't say what software you are running on the Xstations and you
didn't say which method you are using to get to the SCO host. e.g.
telnet,xdmct,etc.
My guess is, the Xstations are not configured correctly.

Regards,
Nelson Martin
Aswell Corporation

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Date: 19 Oct 1995 21:42:47 GMT


Newgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
Subject: Re: SCO Does not know how to help


>>I have a pentium with 64MG of Ram and running 10 X-terminals (14" color
>>PhaseX).  For some reason and SCO can not determine why, my CPU utilization
is
>>100% the majority of the time.

>>The process table shows that all the processing is going to the scologin
>>programs even if no one is logged in.

>>Once I shutdown scologin and re-start, the utilization goes back down.  
However
>>in a few hours sometimes minutes the scologin starts hogging all the cpu.

>Hmm, this sort of sounds like a symptom i have with ODT 3.
>After a while of running X applications (internal apps and Mosaic) (time frame
>is random)  everthing slows down a lot.

>Next time it happens I'll look to see where the CPU time is going.

>My only sol'n was to log out, and log back in.

>fulko

>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

>Fulko Hew,                           Voice:  905-528-8811  x 6010
>Senior Engineering Designer,         Direct: 905-333-6010
>Information Services Division,       Fax:    905-333-6050
>Westinghouse Canada Inc.             Home:  


>Burlington, Ontario, Canada, L7R 4B3

Our only solution is to turn off the scologin and restart it.  But that did not
always solve our problems.

======================================================
Steve Harvancik
Consultant for OMNI Resources
Site: AT&T NMC w/State of Wisconsin - DOA
        316 W. Washington Ave #509
        Madison, WI 53703
       (608)-264-847

 
 
 

SCO Does not know how to help (fwd)

Post by fu.. » Sat, 21 Oct 1995 04:00:00


Quote:>You didn't say what software you are running on the Xstations and you
>didn't say which method you are using to get to the SCO host. e.g.
>telnet,xdmct,etc.
>My guess is, the Xstations are not configured correctly.

In my case there are no X terminals, just tty02

fulko

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Fulko Hew,                           Voice:  905-528-8811  x 6010
Senior Engineering Designer,         Direct: 905-333-6010
Information Services Division,       Fax:    905-333-6050


Burlington, Ontario, Canada, L7R 4B3

 
 
 

SCO Does not know how to help (fwd)

Post by Steve Harvanc » Sat, 21 Oct 1995 04:00:00



Quote:>>You didn't say what software you are running on the Xstations and you
>>didn't say which method you are using to get to the SCO host. e.g.
>>telnet,xdmct,etc.
>>My guess is, the Xstations are not configured correctly.

>In my case there are no X terminals, just tty02

>fulko

>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>Fulko Hew,                           Voice:  905-528-8811  x 6010
>Senior Engineering Designer,         Direct: 905-333-6010
>Information Services Division,       Fax:    905-333-6050
>Westinghouse Canada Inc.             Home:  



>Burlington, Ontario, Canada, L7R 4B3

The applications we are running are Promation (a cobol based accounting
application), WordPerfect 6.0 and Lotus 123.  The X-terminals are connected via
10MB Ethernet (pre-10baseT).  The addresses are addressed by rarp and using
tftp.

======================================================
Steve Harvancik
Consultant for OMNI Resources
Site: AT&T NMC w/State of Wisconsin - DOA
        316 W. Washington Ave #509
        Madison, WI 53703
       (608)-264-847

 
 
 

1. SCO Does not know how to help

I have a pentium with 64MG of Ram and running 10 X-terminals (14" color
PhaseX).  For some reason and SCO can not determine why, my CPU utilization is
100% the majority of the time.

The process table shows that all the processing is going to the scologin
programs even if no one is logged in.

Once I shutdown scologin and re-start, the utilization goes back down.  However
in a few hours sometimes minutes the scologin starts hogging all the cpu.

HELP!!!!!  SCO is unable to help me out and this is really hurting our
business.

======================================================
Steve Harvancik
Consultant for OMNI Resources
Site: AT&T NMC w/State of Wisconsin - DOA
        316 W. Washington Ave #509
        Madison, WI 53703
       (608)-264-8475

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