[Linux-HA] CPU time consumption of lrmd

Dejan Muhamedagic dejanmm at fastmail.fm
Thu Sep 13 08:24:40 MDT 2007


On Wed, Sep 12, 2007 at 12:58:59PM +0200, matilda matilda wrote:
> Hi all,
> after running HAv2 (2.1.2) for a while now (thanks for all the
> necessary advice and help) I found out that lrmd is consuming
> relativly much CPU time as stated by 'ps'.
> I just want to ask the technical reason and if it's plausible.
> Facts:
> * 14 resources are in started state, that means for 14 resources
> regularly monitor actions are performed. The lightweight ones
> about every minute. The costly ones about all 3 minutes.
> * Server and HA is up now: 5 days and 13:40
> * 'ps ax | grep lrmd' shows   397:49 /usr/lib64/heartbeat/lrmd -r
> Is this normal? How can this be explained?

No, that's definitely not normal. This is a strong contender on
the todo list here. However, so far seems to be tough to shake it
out and I guess it'll take some time. There's a bug opened and
some discussion on the matter here:




> I would assume, that lrmd does "nothing more" than listening
> to the commands send by crmd, starting resource agents (which do the
> work), waiting on the return code (reading output) and sending
> the result back to the crmd.
> Best regards
> Andreas Mock
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