[Spread-users] high cpu load

George Schlossnagle george at omniti.com
Fri Aug 31 11:34:10 EDT 2001

yes, that can very likely cause a bad problem (at least under linux doing
that will cause the ring to just plain hang.)    My suggestion would be to
(at least temporarly, for debugging) set them to use a broadcast addrss
instead of the multicast address and see if that fixes the problems.  Then
we can figure out why spread was refusing to run the way you had it set up


----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Stiller" <ms at 2scale.net>
To: <spread-users at lists.spread.org>
Cc: "Yair Amir" <yairamir at cnds.jhu.edu>; "Dirk Vleugels" <dvl at 2scale.net>
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2001 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: [Spread-users] high cpu load

> Hi George,
> i'm working with Dirk on the same problem.
> Does it matter if we configured spread to use a multicast group which is
> on another interface as the ip addresses we used in the config file ?
> E.g.:
> Spread_Segment { # Multicast route is on eth1
>         cluster1 # IP Adress of eth0
> In the beginning we tried to use the "correct" ip address of
> eth1 but spread failed to run. Unfortunately i don't remember
> the error messages anymore.
> Cheers,
> -Michael
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