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RE: Tor hogging cpu

I've had the same problem, though since I just restarted Tor (did some software
upgrades/cleaning on the server) it's currently not running too badly.  But give
it a day, and it'll eat the CPU for 100% most of the time.  In fact, I had to
turn it off to do the compilation of the new packages.  Was just chewing the
processor otherwise. 

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Subject: Re: Tor hogging cpu [u]

I have had several problems with Tor before the version, but no problem
with so far. Don't have a Gentoo machine to compare with yours, I use
FC3 on an AMD 64 Athlon.

Could it be something specific to Gentoo or your env.?


> On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 10:16:45PM +0000, Gustavo Adolfo Silva Ribeiro
Felisberto wrote:
> >
> > I'm running on linux x86 (2.6.10 kernel with grsec and nptl
> > glibc) and have been running the server for a few days and now:
> >
> > http://www.felisberto.net/~humpback/tor-cpu-hog.png
> >
> > I'm going to stop the process and restart it.
> > There is nothing in the logs that acuses some kind of problem.

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