[cvsnt] Re: LockServer CPU usage

Colin Bendell cbendell at point2.com
Wed Feb 11 16:43:31 GMT 2004

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I just see regular 'Read Full File' and 'Deleted' locks for each file
stream through during high cpu times.  Anything in particular do you
suggest we look for?


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Subject: [cvsnt] Re: LockServer CPU usage

On Wed, 11 Feb 2004 16:20:16 +0100, "Morten Joehnk" <no at mail.for.me>

>Just installed CVSNT 2.0.26 and we are now for the first time using
>lockserver. It seems that the lockserver process has a very high CPU
>(around 60%) and slows the machine down quite a lot.
I've never seen the lockserver get above 1% of network load.. it
doesn't really do anything - it keeps a list in memory of active locks
and deletes them when they're finished.  The only time you'd get any
kind of CPU spike is if you have many thousands of locks in operation
simultaneously, which generally doesn't happen.

Try telnetting into it (port 2402), type 'monitor', then usr the
'clients' and 'locks' commands to see what's active.


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