Re: [foxboro] CP load thresh hold

Station Free Memory is also important. If you are planning to upgrade the
I/A version in the ZCP, you must have enough free memory to accomodate the
new operating system. If not you will definately need to split/upgrade.
mk

On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 10:07 AM, Dirk Pauwels <dirk.pauwels@xxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> List,
> What would be the thresh hold where you would consider a ZCP270 to be
> heavily loaded and where you would advise to either re - phase or enable a
> new CP or one that has a lower load?
>
> We usually look at the idle time load, which is more than 70% on all our
> CP's except for one, where it is below 70%
> We have no overruns on any of our CP's
>
>
> Ie:
>
> "BLOCK MEAN LOAD (BPLOAD)";"4"
> "CP MEAN LOAD (CPLOAD)";"44"
> "I/O MEAN LOAD (IOLOAD)";"30.2"
> "OM LOAD AVERAGE (OMLDAV)";"6.66667"
> "% OF SEQUENCE BLOCK LOAD (SQLOAD)";"15.4"
> "IDLE TIME (IDLETM)";"71.39"
>
> Rgds,
>
> Dirk
>
>
>
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