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Tux11gr1 QSPACE issue

Deb_1 Newbie
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Hello Everyone,

Few days back we have migrated our Tuxedo Production Server from Tuxedo 8.0 to Tuxedo 11gR1.
Everything was going good unless we face this issue.

In the old server we had created the Queue Space in the below way via the script :

qmadmin /apps/queue/QueueSpace <<!
verbose on
echo on
#
##########################################################################
# *** Create an entry in the universal device list ***
crdl /apps/queue/QueueSpace 0 27000
#
##########################################################################
# *** Create queue space ***
qspacecreate \
QSPACE \
60208 \
26000 \
10 \
100 \
100 \
27000 \
TUX_ERRORQ \
y \
16
#
##########################################################################
# *** Open queue space ***
#
qopen QSPACE
#
##########################################################################
# *** Create TUX queues ***
#
# qname qorder out-of-order retries delay high low cmd
# ----- ------ ------------ ------- ----- ---- --- ---
qcreate TUX_PT fifo none 10 30 4% 3% /apps/scripts/TUX_palarm.sh
qcreate TUX_PET fifo none 10 30 88% 80% /apps/scripts/TUX_pntalarm.sh
qcreate TUX_ERRORQ fifo none 10 30 8% 6% /apps/scripts/TUX_erroralarm.sh
#
##########################################################################
# *** Finished ***
quit
!

This time also we did the same.

However in the previous server (Tuxedo 8,Solaris 8) each message use to take 2 pages of memory size,
in the new one it is taking 3 pages.

Please help me figure this out - why it is behaving this way?

Regards,
Deb

Edited by: 835542 on Jul 30, 2012 10:39 AM
  • 1. Re: Tux11gr1 QSPACE issue
    BobFinan - Oracle Journeyer
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    Hello Deb,
    Are the page sizes the same on the Tuxedo 8.0 and Tuxedo 11gR1 platforms?

    I believe by default they are CPU specific but with recent OS releases there are OS commands for controlling the page size.
    For example from the Sun Studio 12update1/Solaris 10 doc:
    "The Multiple Page Size Support (MPSS) feature allows a program to use different page sizes for different regions of virtual memory."
    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19205-01/820-7883/aewda/index.html

    Regards,
    Bob Finan

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