bsnmpd daemon eating all cpu
ivoras at freebsd.org
Tue Jan 22 10:16:21 PST 2008
Bartosz Giza wrote:
> I am using dell poweredge sc440 router with one xeon dual core cpu.
> This is basicly only router for dummynet firewall dhcpd and named.
> I want to run bsnmpd daemon but when i start it it starts eating all cpu from
> one core.
I can sort-of confirm this, but on 6-STABLE, 4BSD scheduler, and not
"all CPU" but just an unreasonable chunk. The usage seems to increase
with load (this is a PHP+pgsql web server): as the load increases,
bsnmpd uses more and more CPU. Don't know exactly what causes it - could
be network or disk IO (does it somehow "listen" for IO events??). As
this is silly and I need the CPU for Real Work, I've disabled it.
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