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High CPU utilization : tmm.0 118.0%

Sarovani
Cirrostratus
Cirrostratus

Hi All ,

 

Is there any option to find which process is using the more cpu , as we can see for tmm.0 it shows 118% , can we find out what causing the tmm.0 to go up ?

 

Swap:  5242876k total,        0k used,  5242876k free,  2956952k cached

 

  PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND

18298 root       1 -19 8549m  82m  61m R 118.8  0.5  79279:13 tmm.0

21723 root      39  19  195m 128m 8720 S 74.3  0.8   1:30.87 java

19329 root      20   0 2342m 277m  24m S 53.9  1.7   3389:31 bd

13582 root      20   0 48936  29m  15m S 36.5  0.2  67574:52 bigd

19346 root      20   0  115m  46m  31m S 29.7  0.3 421:18.84 pabnagd

6989 root      20   0  177m 117m  25m S  3.6  0.7   6823:17 mcpd

17797 root      20   0  175m 151m  20m S  3.6  0.9   4175:09 asm_start

5672 root      25   5  113m  27m  22m S  1.6  0.2   3715:39 merged

 

 

 

cpu_id five_sec_avg.ratio

------ ------------------

     0                 72

     1                 96

     2                 71

     3                 84

 

 

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Sys::TMM: 0.0

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Global

  TMM Process Id     18298

  Running TMM Id         0

  TMM Count              1

  CPU Id                 0

 

Memory (bytes)

  Total               6.5G

  Used                3.3G

 

CPU Usage Ratio (%)

  Last 5 Seconds        61

  Last 1 Minute         59

  Last 5 Minutes        57

 

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Sys::TMM: 0.2

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Global

  TMM Process Id     18298

  Running TMM Id         2

  TMM Count              1

  CPU Id                 2

 

Memory (bytes)

  Total                  0

  Used                   0

 

CPU Usage Ratio (%)

  Last 5 Seconds        53

  Last 1 Minute         51

  Last 5 Minutes        50

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James_Thomson
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

probably check with support, I believe some versions had a reporting bug. That number is supposed to be divided by the number of cores and I think some versions had a miscalculation