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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Health Indicator - Monitor Heap Utilization

    Hi,
    Environment: Windows 2003 server sp2, db2 9.5

    I have been receiving the following errors in Event Logs of Db2 server.
    Kindly help me.

    ------------------ (Type: Error) --------------------
    2012-04-15-13.11.37.734000 Instance:MAXPROD Node:000
    PID:4188(db2fmp.exe) TID:4476 Appid:none
    Health Monitor HealthIndicator::update Probe:500

    ADM10500E Health indicator "Monitor Heap Utilization" ("db2.mon_heap_util")
    breached the "upper" alarm threshold of "95 %" with value "100 %" on "instance"
    "MAXPROD". Calculation: "((db2.mon_heap_cur_size/db2.mon_heap_max_size)*100);"
    = "((327680 / 327680) * 100)" = "100 %". History (Timestamp, Value, Formula):
    "()"
    ------------------ (Type: Error) --------------------
    2012-04-15-14.21.38.121000 Instance:MAXPROD Node:000
    PID:4188(db2fmp.exe) TID:4476 Appid:none
    Health Monitor HealthIndicator::update Probe:500

    ADM10500E Health indicator "Monitor Heap Utilization" ("db2.mon_heap_util")
    breached the "upper" alarm threshold of "95 %" with value "100 %" on "instance"
    "MAXPROD". Calculation: "((db2.mon_heap_cur_size/db2.mon_heap_max_size)*100);"
    = "((327680 / 327680) * 100)" = "100 %". History (Timestamp, Value, Formula):
    " (04/15/2012 14:16:37.773000, 60, ((196608 / 327680) * 100)), (04/15/2012
    14:11:37.476000, 100, ((327680 / 327680) * 100)), (04/15/2012 14:06:38.070000,
    100, ((327680 / 327680) * 100)), (04/15/2012 14:01:37.688000, 100, ((327680 /
    327680) * 100)), (04/15/2012 13:56:38.019000, 100, ((327680 / 327680) * 100)),
    (04/15/2012 13:51:37.661000, 100, ((327680 / 327680) * 100)), (04/15/2012
    13:46:38.059000, 100, ((327680 / 327680) * 100)), (04/15/2012 13:41:38.219000,
    100, ((327680 / 327680) * 100)), (04/15/2012 13:36:42.986000, 100, ((327680 /
    327680) * 100))"

  2. #2
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    as indicated - check MON_HEAP_SZ
    if automatic it will be adjusted if enough mem is available otherwise adjust if needed
    mon_heap_sz - Database system monitor heap size configuration parameter
    Best Regards, Guy Przytula
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