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RE: CiscoWorks LMS Very Sloooooow! (discoveries) posted 09/03/2003
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Did you try to add all your devices in your /etc/hosts? I am using CW2K in solaris and I have
the same problem. Calling Cisco TAC does not help at all.
So one day I decided to put a device in the /etc/hosts file and it was successfully discovered.
Now I have all 140 network element in the /etc/hosts. I don't need to add them one by one 
every time I upgrade. The discovery of 140 NE takes very long, usually 3 hours. I just let it 
run over night.

-----Original Message-----
From: Rene Mendoza [mailto:rene.mendoza@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 9:33 AM
To: CCIE_Lab Groupstudy List
Subject: Re: CiscoWorks LMS Very Sloooooow! (discoveries)


Does anyone else have so much problems with discoveries locking up as I do?  I have
been trying for months trying to get this to work.  Using filters and etc.  It might
complete a scan once but hardly ever more than twice.   Is there some trick that has
been discovered and how did you resolve?


Frank Jimenez wrote:

> The main trouble with a slow CW2K server response is that there are so many
> things to troubleshoot...
>
> The first thing to check is the response from server console vs. a client
> browser on another machine.
>
> Server Slow:
> *Java Versions - completely remove *all* version of Java using Add/Remove
> Control Panel.
> *Check DNS - is the CW2K server in DNS and is DNS configured correctly?
>
> Client Slow only:
> *Check browser versions/settings match recommendations:
>
> http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/cw2000/cw2000_d/2steditn
> /install/in_win/ntprep.pdf
> *Delete all Java versions using Add/Remove Applet
> *10/100 Duplex settings on switch match hardware?
>
> Might also want to disable the 2nd CPU - some applications might be having
> trouble negotiating the dual CPU configuration.
>
> I'm all for a list - let me know how to sign up!
>
> Frank Jimenez, CCIE #5738
> franjime@xxxxxxxxx
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Joseph
> Hao
> Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2003 10:40 AM
> To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: OT: CiscoWorks LMS Very Sloooooow!
>
> Folks,
>
> I installed CiscoWorks 2000 LAN Management Solution v2.0  on a Dual Pentium with
> 2 Gb RAM.  The hardware is above Cisco's hardware requirements but for some
> reason, CiscoWorks is very slow.  It takes forever (over 5 minutes) to
> bring up the topology services Java applets and other applets.   (Gives me one
> more reason to hate Java.)
>
> Just for completeness; per chance my server was flaky, I installed it on several
> different servers with the same slow response.  I've search archives and
> Cisco.com for an explanation but no luck.  I did install the Java patch (JRE
> v1.3.1) that came with the distribution CD, but I get this feeling that I'm
> missing another patch or something.
>
> Does anybody have the same experience?  How did you resolve it?
>
> Joseph
>
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