while checking some stuff on my glusterfs cluster I noticed on some machines that glustereventsd took 2-5GB of RAM! On some other nodes it used near to no RAM.

In fact there are no webhooks registered at all when I call the status command ... So whats that thing doing and why it is eating up RAM?
Does anyone else see something like this?

I'm on glusterfs 9.5.

I only use gstatus to query the status in the monitoring ... thats all.

When now thinking I also consider simply disabling the service because I do not use it at all ... so, is there any need of it when not registering webhooks to get events from the cluster? is there any advice or best practices?

Thank you for your information and thoughts.


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