You don't reveal much about your local configuration making it hard to
offer useful advice - and of course Postgres is a different ball of wax.
FWIW I noticed much lower idle cpu loads when I switched from the default
setup to running 2 handlers on our lightly loaded system here. eg
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 12:56 AM, Auerbach, Kenneth R. <
> I'm running Galaxy on a Linux server and have been getting warning
> messages about heavy loads on the CPU due to Galaxy. This is a dedicated
> Galaxy server and is currently used very lightly. There seem to be six idle
> postgres processes running, but only two jobs running. Any idea why the
> load is so high?
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