[Openais] aisexec causing significant idle load

Steven Dake sdake at mvista.com
Fri Oct 15 11:34:26 PDT 2004

On Thu, 2004-10-14 at 23:10, Janne Karhunen wrote:
> On Friday 15 October 2004 03:44, Steven Dake wrote:
> > Do you have any comments on what kind of load you were placing on the
> > system?
> There was none. It was running idle over a weekend.
> > Ie were you running any test applications during this 
> > period? 
> Nope, it was just running idle.
> > Or did you start the daemons and then leave it alone without 
> > running any test applications?
> Yes - it was the first thing i tested with it.
> Actually i already tried attaching profiler ( valgrind )
> to it with moderate success. Simulation went fine, but VG
> refused to give me any results without bothering to explain
> why. Anyway, VG team already supplied a patch for this, and
> i'll test it as soon as i can.

I often use valgrind to find memory errors.  What command line option is
used to profile?

In the past I have run profiler gprof and found that about 80% of the
time is spent in encryption and authentication mechanisms during loaded

I'm very curious to find out what idle load could cause the cpu usage to
double or more..


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