CPU Load on AIX

Lang, Cedric A. Cedric.Lang at orlandohealth.com
Thu Aug 6 22:40:36 CEST 2009

I have setup the  Hobbit  client on an AIX box running o/s level 6.2 and everything is working except the CPU test. Even with a load on the server, no load is reporting to Hobbit. Thus, no graphing is taken place.  The server has been up for 41 days, but still not registering anything under cpu load.  It shows the days up, number of users, number or procs, but load remains at 0.00

Has anyone ever seen this problem? I haven't been able to find any other post that was remotely similar to my issue. The only thing different about this particular AIX server than others is the O/S level. Not sure if that's part of the issue but it's the only anomaly in the whole equation.

Please, if you have any advice or suggestions, I'm open.


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