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Re: What is Common Agent, what does it do, and why was it taking 90+ percent of my CPU?



Thank you very much! That was helpful to find the setting to stop the
server and tell it to not start up automatically with TCPIP.

Now if something breaks I hope I remember where this setting is!


On Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 2:39 PM, CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 02-Dec-2013 13:18 -0800, Jim Essinger wrote:

Thanks for your response several months ago on this topic. I have
seen the job running at high CPU a couple of time since then.
You said:

On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 11:25 AM, Dawn May wrote:
... the TCP/IP server of *CIMOM will automatically start after the
UME product is installed. (You can change this auto-start setting
via the TCP/IP Servers GUI). ...

I have looked for the GUI configuration to stop it from running, but
I have not had any success. Can you give me a little more direction
on where to find this setting?

Dawn has the following posting which I expect should assist:

Oddly, there is no mention of the Change TCP/IP Server (CHGTCPSVR)
command for which presumably the Server Special Value (SVRSPCVAL) of
*CIMOM will enable modification to that TCP/IP server's Autostart
(AUTOSTART) attribute to the special value *NO; i.e. the prompted
request should, due to the Prompt Override Program QTOCCSVRP, should
pre-fill the Auto-Start parameter with the current setting for that server:


Regards, Chuck
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