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High Cpu/Mem Usage makes Timeout Problem


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Another observation:

Timeout, which occurs during 98-99% CPU usage, is also locally available in the browser.

The interface remains at 99% and is already starting to slow transitions. Even if the CPU usage drops, it is necessary to renew the interface.

@Le ecureuil

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1 минуту назад, yerebakan сказал:

Another observation:

Timeout, which occurs during 98-99% CPU usage, is also locally available in the browser.

The interface remains at 99% and is already starting to slow transitions. Even if the CPU usage drops, it is necessary to renew the interface.

@Le ecureuil

plz provide output in cli (telnet) when high load occurs:

> show threads

> show processes

Don't go to the web interface and don't try to download self-test. When system is thrashing due to high load generation of self-test can lead to full lockup.

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19 minutes ago, Le ecureuil said:

plz provide output in cli (telnet) when high load occurs:

> show threads

> show processes

Don't go to the web interface and don't try to download self-test. When system is thrashing due to high load generation of self-test can lead to full lockup.

I know which package is making this situation. I think I made a mistake in the opkg tvheadend config. When I turn off the service, the CPU usage also returns to normal. 
In my next message, I will share the outputs you want confidentially. Both at normal and 99% CPU usage.

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