[Spread-users] main concern on High CPU utilization

Sandeep Jeevan sandeep.jeevan at vnl.in
Mon Mar 9 04:44:25 EDT 2009

Yes that's right it's a flavor of Linux (it is a real time operating system )

Its shows 30 % under load I am sending 1352 messages per second from the client to daemon.

Vendor      freescale

Processor   MPC8560

busFreq     833.333325Mhz

memory      1024 MB

I had upgraded to 4.x.x it had reduced the CPU to 17% can it be further decreased to under 10%.

I am sending 1352 packets ranging from(800 bytes to 1500 bytes) in a sec.

And no it is not a "G4" and "G3"

Sandeep jeevan

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-----Original Message-----
From: Alexey Zakhlestin [mailto:indeyets at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, March 09, 2009 12:46 PM
To: Sandeep Jeevan
Cc: Christopher Browne; spread-users at lists.spread.org; John Lane Schultz
Subject: Re: [Spread-users] main concern on High CPU utilization

On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 7:16 AM, Sandeep Jeevan <sandeep.jeevan at vnl.in> wrote:

> Hi

> Sorry for not correctly identifying the things said to me .

> I am using monta vista (operating system ) running on power P.C architecture

which is... kind of linux. right?

> But is it going to have any concern regarding the CPU utilization on that particular architecture.

Does it show 30% of utilization in the calm state or under load?

What kind of load do you have? (number of messages per second)

What is the speed of CPU? Is it so called "G4" or "G3" CPU?

John asked you to upgrade to 3.17.4. Сan you do that? Does it help?


Alexey Zakhlestin

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