Executables like dbsrv10.exe (8 copies of it running), cwjava.exe (45 copies of this running), Apache.exe (2 copies of this running), CS_sm_server.exe (2 copies of this running), sm_authority.exe (2 copies of this running), sm_server.exe (4 copies of this running)
Then what kills me is the amount of ram being used...
sms_server.exe - 1.5 GB
dbsrv10.exe - 1 GB
tomcat.exe - 762 MB
dbsrv10.exe - 676 MB
java.exe - 451 MB
This software just really hurts a server both physical and virtual.
I have the same numbers on a customer server running 4.0.1 containing about 800 devices. Is this really normal?
On another server, also running 4.0.1, containing only 200 devices there are only two services using above 200 MB.
I made a little batch
It show what process in LMS is eating you RAM / Hogging the CPU.
I don't think resources are used very effectivly in LMS
I did have the impression that some virtual machines running LMS 3.2 actually performed better than real machines, as if the VMware saw it load all these java virtual machines and that it was 45 times the same thing only being used for a few % and therefore could be swapped to disk, leaving the resources to what was actually working in LMS.
What worries me more than the resources used is the gui per.formance.