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GDS 19c: Critical Alert - Global_service_performance_12c:CPU_IO_VIOLATIONS (Doc ID 2681792.1)

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 19.0.0.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

You receive the following critical alert everyday from one of your GSM listener.

GDS 19c: Critical alert - global_service_performance_12c:CPU_IO_VIOLATIONS

GDSCTL> config database -database <pool database db_unique_name>
Name: <pool database db_unique_name>
Pool: <GDS pool name>
Status: Ok
State: none
Region: <region name>
Connection string: <pool database server name>:<pool database listener port#>/<pool database service name>
SCAN address: <pool database scan hostname>
ONS remote port: 6200
Disk Threshold, ms: 20       <========== default value
CPU Threshold, %: 75        <========== default value
Availability: ONLINE

The Disk Threshold and CPU Threshold are default values that were taken when you added pool database to the GDS configuration.

The CPU IO Violations monitoring metric from OEM has the default monitoring thresholds in place with warning 256 and critical at 512.

Solution

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