Bandwidthd & 2.1-RC-i386
odhiambo last edited by
Every so often when I run an update on the 2.1-RC that I am running on a test box, I end un with 100% CPU usage because of bandwidthd.
I have solved with with simply reinstalling the package, because a reboot apparently doesn't solve it.
I haven't investigated this deeply, but maybe someone can check it??
phil.davis last edited by
Please give more information about your settings - nanoBSD with CF card or full install, what hardware, what settings (output_cdf, recover_cdf, graph…), how long does it go before 100% CPU happens again, do you have any idea what system event might have happened just before it goes 100% CPU...?