We're having problems with one LMS 3.2 installation. A couple of months after installing and configuring all the LMS features (HUM included) we started to have problems accessing the GUI because of tomcat.exe process that is consuming almost 100% of CPU all the time.
I saw this post regarding the same issue but I would like to know if someone can please give us another hand with this. I'm posting the stderr.log and stdout.log files as well as the output of the http://SERVER:1741/cwhp/ThreadDump.jsp requested in the other discussion.
Our LMS 3.2 is installed on a Windows Server 2008 Enterprise machine with 2CPUs, 4GB RAM and 8GB Swap.
First of all, I'm sorry for taking so long to give you feedback. Regarding the issue, after making those changes we don't have the "SEVERE: Servlet.service() for servlet com.cisco.nm.cmf.servlet.SecretServiceServlet threw exception
java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space" error anymore (that's why I marked your answer as correct).
However, the problem isn't solved yet as we still have the CPU problem. Right now, besides de INFO alarms we only have one SEVERE alarm:
Any clues on this issue? I noticed the question has been marked as answered. The truth is that Nael's anser is right, but the problem hasn't been solved yet. Can you please give me some further help? Thank you.
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