cpu and cyrus
maria at shadlen.org
Wed Aug 31 14:36:44 EDT 2011
On 8/31/11 10:56 AM, Bron Gondwana wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 10:33:14AM -0700, Maria McKinley wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I am having an issue with cyrus processes growing to use all of my cpus,
>> at which point I have to restart cyrus, because all other services on my
>> mail server grind to a halt. Below is my config file. Any ideas what may
>> be causing this? I noticed this behavior after the last cyrus update. I
>> am currently using cyrus 2.2.13-19+squeeze1, debian. I think my
>> processor should be plenty powerful for the mail load I handle.
> Which processes in particular? Cyrus 2.2 isn't supported any more,
> so we're unlikely to be providing any fixes if you've hit a bug that
> doesn't exist in more recent versions.
So annoying that the stable release of debian isn't supported anymore.
It seems like if you wait so long to release the stable version that it
isn't supported anymore, it sort of defeats the purpose.
Anyway, here is an example of some processes that are getting big:
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
24328 cyrus 20 0 147m 6236 5004 R 27.4 0.2 22:07.21 imapd
27549 cyrus 20 0 147m 6512 5116 R 27.4 0.2 155:41.26 imapd
30097 cyrus 20 0 147m 6280 5052 R 27.1 0.2 93:44.08 imapd
Unfortunately I can't tell you anymore about these processes, since they
are just cut and pasted from a terminal where I checked top before
restarting cyrus, and cyrus has not regrown yet.
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