Nazeer at kryptonpcs.co.za
Mon Dec 27 11:59:48 CET 2010
Should I disable contacts syncing and check if CPU still runs up to 100%?
Right now I have 3 processes running of /kolab/sbin/apache. And one is 40.8&, another is 30.6% and the last one is 26.3% processor usage and the total processor usage is staying at 100% now
The time for each process is 32:33.96, 20:29.21, 29:31.21 respectively
From: Alain Abbas [mailto:alain.abbas at libertech.fr]
Sent: 27 December 2010 12:49 PM
To: Bogomil Shopov
Cc: Nazeer; kolab-users at kolab.org
Subject: Re: Kolab Z-push
I had the case on a server 100% cpu , and 10 contacts are syncing always ( like if the contacts was continuolsy modified) I noticed that the process number was not the process number of the current sync like if there are an infinite loop on the backend or on zpush.
Bogomil Shopov a écrit :
> On Monday, December 27, 2010 12:29:09 pm Nazeer wrote:
>> Two phones are syncing... iPhone 4 and a Black berry
>> With the Blackberry, its just the mail
>> With the iphone is the mail, calendars and contacts that are set to
> Two phones at the same time? How may contacts/mail/calendars do you have?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Bogomil Shopov [mailto:shopov at kolabsys.com]
>> Sent: 27 December 2010 12:21 PM
>> To: Nazeer
>> Cc: kolab-users at kolab.org
>> Subject: Re: Kolab Z-push
>> On Monday, December 27, 2010 12:17:15 pm Nazeer wrote:
>>> I got it to work
>>> Has anyone else ever experienced Z-push consuming processor power?
>>> To be specific, the /kolab/sbin/apache? It spikes randomly to 100%
>>> and sometimes It stays there until I restart
>> Can you give me more details, please. How mych objects are you trying
>> to sync and what phone do you use?
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