could you please respond on this issue?

On Tue, Nov 29, 2016 at 6:56 PM, ABHISHEK PALIWAL <abhishpali...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi Team,
>
> I have two board setup and on which we have one volume with two brick on
> each board.
>
> When I was checking the cpu load I found glusterfsd/glusterfs process
> taking higher CPU load then usual like below:
>
> PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+
> COMMAND
>  3117 root      20   0 1429m  48m 3636 R   98  0.2 212:12.35
> fpipt_main_thre
> 12299 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 R   73  0.2 120:41.69
> glusterfsd
>  4517 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 S   72  0.2 121:01.54
> glusterfsd
>  1915 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 R   62  0.2 121:16.22
> glusterfsd
> 14633 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 S   62  0.2 120:37.13
> glusterfsd
>  1992 root      20   0  634m 154m 4340 S   57  0.7  68:11.18
> glusterfs
> 17886 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 R   55  0.2 120:28.57
> glusterfsd
>  2664 root      20   0  783m  31m 4708 S   52  0.1 100:13.12
> Scc_SctpHost_pr
>  1914 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 S   50  0.2 121:20.19
> glusterfsd
> 12556 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 S   50  0.2 120:31.38
> glusterfsd
>  1583 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 R   48  0.2 121:16.83
> glusterfsd
> 12112 root      20   0 1139m  52m 4192 R   43  0.2 120:58.73
> glusterfsd
>
> Is there any way to identify the way or to reduce this high load.
>
> I have also collected the volume profile logs but don't know how to
> understand or analyze those logs.
>
> I am attaching those logs here.
> --
> Regards
> Abhishek Paliwal
>



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Regards
Abhishek Paliwal
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