[Backgroundrb-devel] CPU/Memory usage of BackgroundDrb
enzodm at gmail.com
Thu Feb 5 16:45:36 EST 2009
I would turn on debug for active record and see if you can correlated the
spikes of the cpu with the backgroundrb call to the db queue since you are
using a persistant queue.
Have a tail of your log file open and another window with top.
On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 12:43 PM, Christian Billen
<cbillen at warmlyyours.com>wrote:
> Hi there,
> Well I disabled the schedule for all the workers, so all i have left in
> backgrounddrb.yml is
> When I start backgrounddrb on Ubuntu 8.10 I get the 4-5% cpu humming on
> packetworker and backgrounddrb. I get this issue also on my rails app
> running on Mac OS X 10.5
> This is all I have in my backgrounddrb.yml:
> :ip: 0.0.0.0
> :port: 11006
> gem versions:
> rails (2.2.2)
> packet (0.1.14)
> chronic (0.2.3)
> Background drb installed from
> sudo ./script/plugin install git://github.com/gnufied/backgroundrb.git
> Since no background drb workers are running at all I do not know how to
> profile this as you suggest.
> Where else could look to determine where this is coming from?
> Thank you
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> On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 4:26 AM, hemant <gethemant at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I doubt there would be a problem with bdrb. However I would suggest
>> you to run your program with ruby-prof or use one of the memory
>> profiles (bleakhouse).
>> Try to reduce the case and paste your worker code.
>> On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 10:56 PM, Christian Billen
>> <cbillen at warmlyyours.com> wrote:
>> > Good morning list,
>> > We are a new user of BackgroundDrb and we use it to run specific
>> > jobs at certain times of the day
>> > What we've been noticing is that even when no jobs are running,
>> > backgrounddrb will be running and 'humming' . This happen as soon as
>> > background drb is started. Notice the CPU usage for it and packet worker
>> > will be between 4% to 7%
>> > PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
>> > 22523 heatwave 20 0 284m 134m 1292 S 3 6.6 0:01.94 ruby
>> > 22524 heatwave 20 0 99.7m 41m 3200 S 1 2.0 0:01.68
>> > My packet gem is at this release:
>> > packet (0.1.14)
>> > My backgrounddrb is at this release:
>> > 1.1
>> > Running on ubuntu 8.10 x86 on slicehost
>> > Here's our backgrounddrb.xml, i've tried with or without debug, as you
>> > see the script are only running once a day.
>> > :backgroundrb:
>> > :ip: 0.0.0.0
>> > :port: 11006
>> > :debug_log: true
>> > :schedules:
>> > :order_shipped_worker:
>> > :complete_orders:
>> > :trigger_args: 0 30 21 * * * *
>> > :reconcile_committed_items:
>> > :trigger_args: 0 0 22 * * * *
>> > :check_for_receipts:
>> > :trigger_args: 0 30 22 * * * *
>> > :exchange_rates_worker:
>> > :get_exchange_rates_for_today:
>> > :trigger_args: 0 0 6 * * * *
>> > :get_all_exchange_rates:
>> > :trigger_args: 0 30 6 1 * * *
>> > Can anyone shed some light on how to debug or is this cpu usage normal?
>> > Thank you
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