• Subject: Re: Is a 720 susceptible to CFINT?
  • From: "Jay Peasley" <jpeasley@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 13:32:22 -0500


It is my experience on a 730 - 2 way that, yes, CFINTXX can kick in and chew
up the system.

The penny wise-dollar foolish client ordered this box with a 1501
interactive feature, so all they get is 35 CPW interactive. Funny thing is
..... most of their work is interactive, so when a couple of large hitting
interactive jobs kick in, everyone waits.

I am sure Larry Bolhuis will explain the why better.


> Can someone enlighten me as to whether a model 720 is susceptible to the
infamous CFINTx governor?  One of my client's clients is seeing outrageously
high CPU usage (that is, "++++"), though there are only two jobs running
above 1%, and those jobs are running at about 7% each.  However, they are
both interactive jobs, and that makes me suspect CFINT.
> Unfortunately, they also happen to be on a release where WRKSYSACT has
been removed, so I can't see directly.  I guess a second question would be
whether or not anybody knows of an alternate way to tell whether CFINT is
attacking a machine.
> Joe

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