Specify the maximum number of threads per message service queue
By default, SMI-S Provider allows 80 threads per message service queue. You can specify the maximum thread value as 1 through 5000. Increasing the maximum number of threads can impact the SMI-S Provider machine’s performance, so carefully consider whether you need to increase this value.
You must already have login credentials as Administrator.
You must already have logged in to the host system as Administrator.
If your trace file shows many lines of
insufficient resources output, you must increase the number of threads in increments of 500.
If you set the maximum number of threads to fewer than 20, using the
cimcli -n root/ontap niall command, the provider becomes unresponsive and returns the
Insufficient threadpool message in the trace file. If this occurs, you must increase the number of threads in increments of 500 and then restart the provider.
Access NetApp SMI-S Provider.
Create a system or user environment variable named
PEGASUS_MAX_THREADS_PER_SVC_QUEUEwith the new maximum thread value.
For information about creating environment variables, see your Windows documentation.
Restart the CIM server:
smis cimserver restart