On 2013-03-27 16:49, Richard Stupek wrote:
Its odd because the number of messags snf is processing isn't more than usual and the % of spam being detected through snf is actually lower than typical yet is is routinely maxing out 4 processors at 100%.


You're saying that SNF is maxing out 4 processors? ... or is the combination of operations on your server maxing out 4 processors?

We're using the same engine and ruelbase in our CGP server and humming along nicely at between 2000 - 8000 msg/minute with nominal CPU loads.

I don't see anything unusual in your telemetry and I haven't heard any other complaints, so I can't explain why SNF would act differently on your system. I hate a mystery though -- so I would love to get to the bottom of it.

Do you see anything else that might be causing the CPU load?

_M

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