Common questions are:
Is it possible to change which CPU a PROGNOSIS process runs in?
Can I control PROGNOSIS processes to run in a specific CPU?
It is possible to configure most PROGNOSIS processes to run in a specific CPU.
There are a few exceptions to this rule as follows: The following collectors/process will accept a SET CPU ( , x ) statement in the PROGNOSIS configuration: IRATMMON IRATMTKT IRB24ATM IRB24POS IRBATCOL IRDBASE IREXTCOL IRHLRCOL IRSECSRV IRTMFCOL IRWASP STCOMM STEMS STERR STN24 STPATH STTUNE STLC STMEAS STMESMAN IRPROMGR - The Process Manager process will not accept a SET CPU statement, but can be changed by editing the CPU statement in PRGNINI file (located in the PROGNOSIS subvol). After modifying this parameter, a PROGNOSIS restart is required. IRNETRTR - The Net Router process will accept SET CPU parameter in the PROGNOSIS configuration, but this MUST be set to a different CPU to Process Manager. The following processes will ALWAYS run in the same CPU as Process Manager: IRAUTOAN IRAVCOL IRGFSRV IRTECAD IRCMDSRV STDC STDCSRV IRDSPSRV The following processes run in every cpu so the SET CPU parameter is ignored: STCPUR IRUCMSRV
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