[squid-users] runing squid on second processor
yvoinov at gmail.com
Sun May 1 11:37:05 UTC 2016
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I do admit I do not understand how Сalamaris may slow Squid. My
Calamaris runs once a day, at night, I do not see any significant load
on the server with four cores. No, of course, if it is run with each
rotation of the log, every hour, on the highly active proxy - it may be,
but it is can be solved by scheduler settings or process affinity, if
But I think it is better to give the operating system. Or, finally, to
refactor Calamaris code to make it more efficient and less devouring CPU
01.05.16 13:42, Matus UHLAR - fantomas пишет:
> On 30.04.16 07:05, joe wrote:
>> i have it running tks
>> cause every time i run Calamaris Log first cpu get hi 100% and squid work
>> slow until the calamaris finish
>> so i moved squid to use second processor now its OK not affected by
>> anything else
>> running nice now
> the OS should distribute all processes across processors, unless you force
> it handle processes differently.
> With 8 cores calamaris should not slow down squid much, unless it uses
> threads (or processes) in parallel.
> Lowering calamaris' priority or reducing the number of thrads/processes
> should have the same result.
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