XI server uses 99% CPU cycles especially while executing a
BPM scenario / deploying etc. This makes the server hang for a while (even
after the BPM scenario ends) and gives timeout for other services running on
the server e.g. CVS etc and makes anyone unworkable. The blog is a very simple
When we deploy / run BPM usually a process called disp+work
takes 99% CPU time. If we are working on the server, you might probably prefer
to take a coffee and come back. Since it makes the system busy with disp+work
running on back ground, no foreground process is given preference. You must
manually set the priority to high for any foreground system you are working.
I was doing this for a very long time until recently I
thought of doing the reverse. – set low priority for disp+work process.
This also, enables you to give preference to foreground
processes and the server processes your foreground requests sooner in spite of
busy service running.
I can’t see the XI server running on
linux hanging when a BPM is executed / some deployment happens.