Squeak eating up CPU cycle
bert at impara.de
Tue Jun 28 13:21:10 UTC 2005
Am 28.06.2005 um 12:37 schrieb David T. Lewis:
> On Tue, Jun 28, 2005 at 10:46:51AM +0200, Hilaire Fernandes wrote:
>> Under Linux, I have two running Squeak instances with Superswiki and
>> Smallwiki, however these ones eat all the CPU cycles of my server.
>> Sadly this badly affect other runnung services.
>> Does any of you know how to limit the CPU use?
> Run the Squeak instances at lower priority, e.g.
> $ nice squeak myserver.image&
> Or this, which also drops the priority:
> $ nohup squeak myserver.image&
> This will reduce the cpu hogging, and will have little or no
> negative impact on the perceived Squeak performance.
> If you need to change the priority of a Squeak server that is
> already running, use the "renice" command.
> But of course something else may be wrong if your Squeak servers
> are gobbling up 100% of the cpu.
There must be something wrong. Make sure you have a recent VM.
- Bert -
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