How to Solve the Problem that Not All VSM Processes Can Be Started in Windows XP?

Publication Date:  2012-07-28 Views:  298 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
The VSM is successfully installed in the Windows XP OS. After installation, it is found that certain processes are not started on the VSM System Monitor. The problem persists after the server is restarted. After certain running processes are manually stopped, it is found that the processes that cannot be started are normally started.
Alarm Information
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Handling Process
Step 1     Modify the Windows registry file. In the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\SubSystems\Windows directory, change SharedSection=1024,3072,512 to haredSection=1024,3072,1024.

Do as follows to modify the registry file:

1.         Choose Start > Run. In the Run window, enter regedit. The Registry Editor dialog box is displayed.

2.         Select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\SubSystems from the My Computer drop-down list.


3.         In the right-hand list, right-click Windows and choose Modify from the shortcut menu.

4.         In the Edit String dialog box, change SharedSection=1024,3072,512 to haredSection=1024,3072,1024.


5.         Click OK.

                                Step 2     After the modification, restart the OS. Check whether all VSM processes are started. If there are still certain processes that cannot be started, repeat Step 1. In the Edit String dialog box, change MaxRequestThreads=16 to MaxRequestThreads=32.

                                Step 3     After the modification, restart the OS. Check whether all VSM processes are started. If there are still certain processes that cannot be started, change the value of System cache and set System cache to a value greater than 4000M.

Do as follows to modify the cache settings:

1.         On the desktop, right-click My Computer, and then choose Properties from the shortcut menu.

2.         On the System Properties tab page, click Advanced.

3.         In the Performance area, click Settings. The Performance Options dialog box is displayed.

4.         Click the Advanced tab. On the this tab page, choose the System cache option button in the Memory usage area.


5.         Click Change. The Virtual dialog box is displayed.

6.         Select C?? [WINDOWSXP] from the Drive [Volume Label] drop-down list. Then, click the Custom size option button. Set Initial size to a value smaller than 4000M and Maximum size to a value greater than the value of Initial size.

Step 4     Click OK to restart the OS.

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Root Cause
l           The default values of the configurations of the Window XP OS are too small.

l           The values of system cache parameters are too small.
Suggestions
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