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Re: OS X Server 10.3 peculiarities

From: Jan-Henrik Haukeland
Subject: Re: OS X Server 10.3 peculiarities
Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2005 04:29:31 +0200

The process-info stuff on darwin does no work well, that is, it does not work. The interface to get this info on OSX is a bit off, compared to BSD. Thank you Apple! I'm on OSX myself, and I plan to fix this sometime in the future. Unless someone else want to give it a stab.

On 1. aug. 2005, at 02.10, Jules wrote:

monit 4.5.1 seems to be showing some odd information on an OS X server:

CPU is nice and low and there's plenty of memory to be had. This is from monit's web screen:

- - - [0.00] [0.00] [0.00] 0.8%us, 1.2%sy 40.0% [840420 kB]

- - -

But here's where the real weirdness is:

- - -

postfix    running    41d 4h 46m     149.8%    0.0% [0 kB]
apache    running    1d 14h 56m     0.0%    0.0% [0 kB]
zeo    running    24d 16h 22m     0.0%    0.0% [0 kB]
zope    running    24d 16h 22m     0.0%    0.0% [0 kB]

- - -

Drilling down into each process shows that it's using 0k of memory which, of course, isn't quite right. And postfix is current using 0% of CPU, not 149.8%. I've seen it as low as 99.9% though (hee hee)

Any ideas? Apart from this everything else functions -- it'll start, stop and restart processes just fine.

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