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I have a process that is called gis taking 100% of the cpu (sub-cpu) on one server and 3 % on another similar server (running as HA-pair)

All other servers have are using 2-3% of cpu as well

Is there a way to track down the source of that high usage or a command that shows what is gis specificly doing and processes calling?

-Tried the vmstat ,top and pgrep -P $pidofgis(no child process found) commands with no results. Any ideas?

high cpu usage

top -c

  • Could you please post the result of top -c so that we could get the command/path of this gis that is taking up CPU time? – mnmnc Apr 15 '15 at 13:56
  • I have edited my post and added the result required in the bottom – Peter Hayek Apr 15 '15 at 15:00
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GIS usually refers to a geographic information system of some sort. Some examples might be geolocating network traffic and overlaying it on a map. What service/application does this HA pair run? Anything to do with geolocation or GPS or mapping?

  • Hello Richie, Actually it is not that process, it's a proprietary process for an SBC vendor and it's role is to handle call routing processes. – Peter Hayek Apr 16 '15 at 7:51

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