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    Default 9.1 upgrade - HIGH cpu usage from java

    9.1 upgrade x64 today and really high cpu usage going on from Java, is this just part of the upgrade changing things?

    it has been about 11 mins since the upgrade and i also did a reboot after it was done

    attached is TOP to see java, also it seems like the high, medium and lo may be off?

    i have a Q8200 quad and i am at 6.* and it says medium load or does it take it from the averages?
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    given the screenshots you've posted I'd say the load is coming from postgres not java.

    If you want, you can shortcut this process by dumping your data.
    More details here:
    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/9...uming_postgres

    post a couple lines of the output of 'vmstat 1'
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    checking it out, has been a while now and CPU usage still at medium 1min avg of 5
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    script ran and usage has dropped to low now,. sitting around 1min avg of 3
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    Hi!
    I am still having same issue: java uses 20-50% CPU.
    Screens:
    We have 100 PC-s, it happens from update to 9.1.1.
    I tried the patch, but it says not compatible with 9.1 version.
    Thanks in advice!
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    tiger1342
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    Uuups, it doesn't allow images yet...
    My config:
    HP ProLiant ML150 2 Xeon 5110 1.6 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 155 GB disk. (Untangle uses 80 GB.)
    Java 40%, postgres 10% cpu.
    Any ideas?
    THX

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiger1342 View Post
    Uuups, it doesn't allow images yet...
    My config:
    HP ProLiant ML150 2 Xeon 5110 1.6 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 155 GB disk. (Untangle uses 80 GB.)
    Java 40%, postgres 10% cpu.
    Any ideas?
    THX
    Please start your own thread.

    In any case, using 50% of your CPU is a problem? It's supposed to use your CPU, it's doing lots of stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrunkel View Post
    Please start your own thread.

    In any case, using 50% of your CPU is a problem? It's supposed to use your CPU, it's doing lots of stuff.
    Okay, ofkorz must be not problem.
    But I see now interesting thing: web-gui says
    Total Memory: 2124 MB
    Used: 41%
    Free 59%.

    From SSH console top command output looks like this:

    top - 16:34:57 up 19:26, 2 users, load average: 8.10, 5.82, 4.81
    Tasks: 109 total, 1 running, 108 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie
    Cpu(s): 7.7%us, 1.5%sy, 0.0%ni, 0.5%id, 90.0%wa, 0.0%hi, 0.3%si, 0.0%st
    Mem: 2075140k total, 2019224k used, 55916k free, 22448k buffers
    Swap: 2072376k total, 1684k used, 2070692k free, 1144064k cached

    I think we ran out of memory... (
    With 9.0 version there was no problem, now something happened...
    I will try to open new thread.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiger1342 View Post
    Okay, ofkorz must be not problem.
    But I see now interesting thing: web-gui says
    Total Memory: 2124 MB
    Used: 41%
    Free 59%.

    From SSH console top command output looks like this:

    top - 16:34:57 up 19:26, 2 users, load average: 8.10, 5.82, 4.81
    Tasks: 109 total, 1 running, 108 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie
    Cpu(s): 7.7%us, 1.5%sy, 0.0%ni, 0.5%id, 90.0%wa, 0.0%hi, 0.3%si, 0.0%st
    Mem: 2075140k total, 2019224k used, 55916k free, 22448k buffers
    Swap: 2072376k total, 1684k used, 2070692k free, 1144064k cached

    I think we ran out of memory... (
    With 9.0 version there was no problem, now something happened...
    I will try to open new thread.
    Thanks!
    No, you haven't run out of memory. run free -m. Or just look at the buffers value on the line you posted.

    Linux uses any unused memory for file buffers. That memory can be instantly reallocated to any process that needs it. That is why we don't include it in the GUI memory stats.
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    I'm seeing the same high CPU due to JAVA...

    1. Bombed the box, re-installed from newest iso and restored settings... Same issue.
    2. Bombed the new box, re-installed from newest iso again, configured manually and only the startup wizard for external/internal networks... Java now running at +-40% CPU and 78% RAM...

    Anyone else think this is a bug in the new software?

    PS. I tried running that vacuuming script, says it's not valid for 9.1.1, only 9.1

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