OK, thanks for the info. With our other server running 0.13 I see it is
about the same loads, although it has a bit more constant writes. I guess
it must be these background processes. Generally it is not too much for me,
so no problem, just good to know.
On Friday, 9 September 2016 19:01:55 UTC+3, Sean Beckett wrote:
> Even if there is no external write or query load, InfluxDB is writing
> statistics about itself back to itself. Any configured continuous queries
> will also require resources. In addition, there are housekeeping chores
> related to Raft and file compaction that can cause a low steady-state level
> of CPU usage.
> On Fri, Sep 9, 2016 at 1:46 AM, Teemu Kanstrén <tkan...@gmail.com
>> We have a server running InfluxDB v0.9 and "top" is showing the
>> "influxdb" process always has some CPU load typically between 5-10%. If I
>> understand top output correctly, this is just for a single core so not a
>> huge load. But still would be nice to know what might be causing this.
>> There are no active queries and monitoring port 8086 shows no traffic. Some
>> connections on that port seem to be alive but no data is passed.
>> Is there some background process the database on the database that can
>> cause the CPU load?
>> Updating to a newer version is a possibility but before that I would
>> like to understand if this is due to some general architectural feature of
>> InfluxDB or maybe something on our end.
>> Remember to include the InfluxDB version number with all issue reports
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