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1651073 - Why is Tomcat CPU usage high when all RFC servers are started and just sitting idle - DQM for SAP


  • Tomcat CPU usage remains at zero when no RFC servers are started.
  • What method do the RFC servers use to ping the Data Services instance to make sure it is up?
  • Why are the RFC servers being started causing Tomcat CPU usage to remain consistently high.
  • Customer has a lot of RFC's (in this case 35 RFC's started pointing to the same Data Services environment).
  • No transactions are being run on the SAP system(s), so nothing is being passed to the RFC servers or Data Services at the time of the CPU consumption.
  • Once RFC servers are started and fully initialized, initially Tomcat CPU usage goes back down to 0, then after a short time, Tomcat CPU usage climbs again and stays consistently at 50% of one CPU on a 4 CPU box.



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