[PVE-User] Proxmox and Oracle

Shain Miley SMiley at npr.org
Tue Sep 15 20:27:08 CEST 2009


It is the oracle processes that are using the cpu....but since the solution requires a reboot...it seems like there is an issue with the host kernel after this happends...otherwise a start and stop would fix it....oracle on the guest just hangs if the host is not restarted.

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Guy wrote:

Nope but have you looked to see which processes are taking the CPU.  

Does anything show up in the logs



---Guy

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On 15 Sep 2009, at 18:51, Shain Miley <smiley at npr.org> wrote:



> Hello,

> I am just wondering if there is anyone else out there running  

> Oracle10g

> ontop of Proxmox or OpenVZ.  I installed it on a CentOS guest...and we

> are using them for development purposes.  They all run fine for a  

> period

> of time...let's say 3 weeks to 1 month...then out of now where the cpu

> shoots up to 100% (or 50%-50% if I have multiple 2 oracle machines  

> on a

> node for example).

>

> The only solution I have found to fix this is a reboot of the host  

> node

> (starting and stopping it will not help).

>

> I am wondering if anyone else has similar issues.

>

> Thanks,

>

> Shain

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