Skip Thompson wrote:
> Hi all.  We are running performance tests with Resin 3.1.9 Pro on a 
> t5120 server and it looks like StatService is restarting Resin even 
> though none of the cpus (or cores) are saturated.  I didn't see this 
> behavior on the free version of  Resin 3.1.7a.
>
> Here's an example:
> [15:27:00.027] {resin-pro-statistics} StatService[] cpu-load=140.6953125
> [15:27:00.029] {resin-pro-statistics} StatService[] Resin exiting due 
> to CPU load=140.6953125
> [15:27:15.985] {resin-pro-statistics} StatService[] cpu-load=125.7890625
> [15:27:15.987] {resin-pro-statistics} StatService[] Resin exiting due 
> to CPU load=125.7890625
>
> However mpstat shows that all the cpus are over 90% idle.

You can work around that with

  <stat-service cpu-load-exit-threshold="1000"/>

What is the "uptime" for that machine? In 3.1.9, Resin Pro is using the 
unix uptime as a load indicator, but that number seems very high.

-- Scott
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