#462 Prosody 0.9.7 "leaking" CPU time

Reporter Ge0rG
Owner MattJ
Stars ★★ (2)  
  • Milestone-0.9
  • Priority-Medium
  • Type-Defect
  • Status-Accepted
  1. Ge0rG on

    After upgrading my prosody instance to 0.9.7, it started slowly consuming more and more CPU time. It was already consuming more and more RAM (see #461), so the CPU time consumption is probably not directly related to the memory leak. As I had to restart it due to CVE-2015-0235, I will have to wait some more weeks before being able to provide hard numbers on which functions are burning the time.

  2. MattJ on

    Thanks for the report! I had seen this behaviour on another server too, apparently it's not an isolated case. Will investigate...

    • owner MattJ
    • tags Milestone-0.9 Status-Accepted
  3. stephan.adler on

    I can confirm this issue for two different prosody instances. Both instances use the Debian-Packages of prosody and lua-sec-prosody for debian wheezy. Versions: lua-sec-prosody = 0.5.1-2~wheezy lua-event = 0.4.3-5~wheezy storage is internal in both cases.

  4. stephan.adler on

    I forgot to include my munin stats in my confirmation. Here they are.

  5. MattJ on

    @stephan Both your graphs are memory increases. Do you also have CPU increases? What are you using to collect the stats?

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