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High SP CPU utilization. Over 70% and i determine the root cause.

High SP CPU utilization. Over 70% and i determine the root cause.

High SP CPU utilization. Over 70% and i determine the root cause.

Currently on our Celerra storage configured as SAN, under some undefined circustances defined we see a high SP CPU utilization reducing the Performance of our NS-480 Box.   I need determine the root behaviour of our box, but i not able to find it.

We have configured on this desing FASTCACHE in order to improve the system response, but the operations with this options is not high
EFD / Cache -- Bus 0- Enclosure 0 .200 GB --    RAID 1
POOL2/ Prod -- 43.6 TB    70    35    20    RAID 5 (With SATA 20 - 1TB disk, 35 - FC 600GB disk, 70 -FC 300GB disk).

I got some performance but i not able to found where the problem is.. If you have some directions how i can found where this high utilization is.. I very apreciate this.


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