RME Question

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Jun 21st, 2007

Question,

I recently upgraded our Ciscoworks LMS to version 2.6. Our system at the time only had 2 GB of ram installed. While reading the readme for the installation of the patch, it stated

The following message appears:

Do you want to tune RME to better utilize the available system

resources, and improve performance ?

Select Yes, to tune the performance parameters of RME towards the end

of installation.

Select No, to continue running RME using the existing default

performance parameters.

If you select No, you can tune the parameters later by running the

rmeptt CLI utility.

See the "Performance Tuning Tool" section of RME User Guide for

details.

The above message appears only if you have installed the update for RME, have

a minimum of 4 GB RAM, and dual CPU.

My question is, how do I tune RME now that I have updated the system to have 4GB or ram now.

Thanks

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Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 9 years 5 months ago

You can run the RME Performance Tuning Tool manually. The tool can be found under NMSROOT/bin/rmept. For example, to run it on Solaris:

/opt/CSCOpx/bin/rmept/rmeptt.sh -apply perftune_Solaris

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Joe Clarke Thu, 06/21/2007 - 12:20

You can run the RME Performance Tuning Tool manually. The tool can be found under NMSROOT/bin/rmept. For example, to run it on Solaris:

/opt/CSCOpx/bin/rmept/rmeptt.sh -apply perftune_Solaris

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Joe Clarke Thu, 06/21/2007 - 12:20

You can run the RME Performance Tuning Tool manually. The tool can be found under NMSROOT/bin/rmept. For example, to run it on Solaris:

/opt/CSCOpx/bin/rmept/rmeptt.sh -apply perftune_Solaris

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