High CPU utilization after upgrading ~17%
Hi, I just upgrade from 2.3.2-p1 to 2.4 and I'm seeing that the CPU utilization has spiked up from 2% to about 17% at idle. Is this a known issue? I'm running this in ESXi with and giving it 4 cores @ 2.6gGhz and 4GB of memory. If this is not a known issue, do y'all have any thoughts?
Here is graph of cpu utilization over time:
What's the output of
Here you go:
Could you widen the window so we can see the whole text?
That's the SNMP Daemon, any new monitoring tool in your network putting load on that?
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Is the new net-snmp daemon on top of bsnmpd? https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=124071.0
The issue was with the built-in snmp daemon. I stopped the service and it fixed the CPU load issue. I may not need snmp anymore for pfsense since PRTG can pull most of the data from ESXi. Thanks for the help.
Disable the host resources module: https://redmine.pfsense.org/issues/6882
Or switch to the NET-SNMP package instead of the built-in bsnmpd
I switched to NET-SNMP and all is well.