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delete process : deletes a specific process running on CUCM system
delete process process-id [force|terminate|crash]
process-id represents the process ID number
force : tells the process to stop, use only if delete process fails
terminate : tells the operating system to end the process, use only if force does not work
crash : creates a crash dump after crashing the process
Privilege Requirement: Command privilege level 1
I've used this command in the past to stop a process that was consuming a great deal of CPU or memory on the CUCM system. These processes can become very dangerous and eventually crash the system.
One such example involved the slp_srvreg process that was utilizing a large amount of the CPU. The show process command exposed the process that was causing the problem. We were able to stop the process with a delete process command, and then started the service manually to restore the process to normal operation, utils snmp hardware-agent restart
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show process using-most memory : processes consuming the most memory
show process using-most cpu : processes consuming the most cpu
show process : shows information about all processes on the system
utils service : shows information about all processes on the system
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