VNC, Nautilus, and Processor Utilization
Mon Jan 13 22:03:05 2003
Could be webmin, it's webserver is written entirely in PERL. Great for
cross-platformability, bad for performance. To find out what's sucking
up the CPU, try running `top` on the system. if it is webmin you should
see it as something like : /usr/bin/perl /usr/share/webmin/miniserv.pl
Hope that helps some
On Mon, 2003-01-13 at 16:22, Technology Listserves wrote:
> We currently have RedHat 8.0 and VNC 3.3.6 running quite happily. We use the Gnome window manager. This server uses Squid to be our proxy server. I have been monitoring our server's CPU utilization since we migrated users over to this server. It is interesting that Nautilus is listed as running, but uses between 0 and 2% CPU time. However, when monitoring via Webmin, it is using about 60% CPU time. The server's CPU utilization sits around 100%.
> Has anyone seen similar behavior? Could this be a VNC issue, or a Nautilus issue? Is there a way to limit the utilization of Nautilus (if it really is taking that much CPU time)?
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