[Orca-users] CPU used by orca itself !!

leo.mccoy at kbm1.com leo.mccoy at kbm1.com
Tue Jan 4 10:10:24 PST 2005


I had a similar experience because the method I used to transfer the orca
data to the system.  I initially used a simple scp via cron, but that
updated the mod time for the files and that caused orca to unzip, open and
reread every file.  

You might check to see if you have the same problem.

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Subject: [Orca-users] CPU used by orca itself !!

Hi all,
I have just joined the list and would be happy to know
how to get to any archives to see if my question has
already been answered.

If not ...
I am very concerned about the amount of cpu consumed
by orca itself. i.e. on the machine accumulating and processing
the data into web-viewable format. I attach an example - orca's
own graph - of the machine's CPU since orca was installed.
This cpu is virtually ALL orca! It processes the data for itself and 2
other machines. They are all SUN boxes with 2x10002MHz CPUs.

Any comments v welcome.
Garry Ferguson
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