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  • tillverkas av Pfizer och var det första läkemedlet för behandling generisk viagra minska blodflödet till synnerven i ögat, som leder till plötslig,


    [edited by: Anonymous at 10:23 AM (GMT -7) on 5-18-2011] tillverkas av Pfizer och var det första läkemedlet för behandling generisk viagra minska blodflödet till synnerven i ögat, som leder till plötslig,
  • DPCs (deferred procedure calls) are low priority system interrups that are handled at a later time when the processor is done doing more important tasks (hence deferred). DPC Time counter measures the percentage of time the CPU spends servicing such requests.

    Typically there might be a problem if this value is over 50% and in many cases points to a problem with the network adapter. Your alarm indicates a 5% DPC value with a 4% threshold, so it does not appear that you have a problem. I would reset the threshold to a higher value (e.g. 50%).

    Legacy Forum Name: Monitor Sets,
    Legacy Posted By Username: ed@securemycompany.com
  • Thanks Ed,

    I suppose the default monitor set from Kaseay is a bit to sharp on this one.

    Will do so

    Legacy Forum Name: Monitor Sets,
    Legacy Posted By Username: pdepuydt
  • That's really wierd - because our default monitor set that was present on installation of Kaseya came with the alarm operator *under* 10% - not over, but *under*. No wonder the damn alarm kept going off!

    Richard.

    Legacy Forum Name: Monitor Sets,
    Legacy Posted By Username: wessexnetworks
  • Ladies & Gentleman,

    I was wandering what the %DPC time reports.

    We are getting some alerts of:

    Alarm Threshold: 4% DPC time

    And the problem is, we really no idea how to troubleshoot these kind of alert(s).

    We searched on the web but the only thing we find is; what can you do when there is a HIGH dpc.

    Anyone here that would have some info how to troubleshoot low (threshold 4%) DPC or where can we find some more information on the machine who is giving these alerts?

    We checked the 'event viewer' but there was no point of intrest in here...or we searched not good enough or in the wrong sector :S

    Asking of you:

    1. some info how to troubleshoot low dpc (where to search for the problem or where can i find more information about the alrt.

    Ladies & Gentleman...i give you my thanks! :)

  • Question:

    'Your alarm indicates a 5% DPC value with a 4% threshold, so it does not appear that you have a problem. '

    why would we get an kaseya alert then? :o

    i mean, kaseya wouldnt send an alert if there is no problems right? :s

    My thanks :)