"Topas - CPU count inconsistent across LPARs"

Post #303028571 by maraixadm on Thursday 10th of January 2019 01:13:04 PM

thanks for looking.

turns out it was really dopey, it's about the size of the window that topas is running in. it apparently thinks 24 rows isn't enough to show more than 2 CPUs. stretch it to 48 and it shows all the CPUs, consistently across all the LPARs I tried.

Bad design ? They say the window is scrollable, so why display misleading data...

Curses, foiled again ! Smilie
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