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High CPU usage with Red5

Question asked by dhollas on Dec 9, 2008
Latest reply on Jan 19, 2009 by Dele Olajide

We're running Openfire on a Windows 2K3 r2 x64 box with dual quad core.    We're experiencing high CPU usage. The overall CPU values are between 30-35%  Some of the cpu's cores are flat out 100%

Whenever we remove the Red5plugin the CPU values falls to much lower values<typically around 3-5%>

 

We've reviewed the openfire debug logs to find these entries,

 

2008.12.09 20:22:58 013378 (01/08/00) - Connection #8 tested: OK
2008.12.09 20:22:58 013379 (01/08/00) - Connection #8 tested: OK
2008.12.09 20:22:58 013379 (01/08/00) - Connection #2 tested: OK
2008.12.09 20:22:58 013380 (01/08/00) - Connection #2 tested: OK
2008.12.09 20:22:58 013380 (01/08/00) - Connection #1 tested: OK
2008.12.09 20:22:58 013381 (01/08/00) - Connection #1 tested: OK
2008.12.09 20:22:58 Stat: muc_occupants. Last sample: 1228882860. New sample: 1228882920
2008.12.09 20:22:58 013381 (01/08/00) - Connection #3 tested: OK
2008.12.09 20:22:58 013382 (01/08/00) - Connection #3 tested: OK
2008.12.09 20:22:58 Producing instance of Job 'DEFAULT.ScheduledJob_17', class=org.red5.server.scheduling.QuartzSchedulingServiceJob
2008.12.09 20:22:58 Calling execute on job DEFAULT.ScheduledJob

 

Any suggestions are appreciated

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