Pbirun taking all the available CPU on 2.2.2



  • Hi I have PF 2.2.2 installed with Squid 3.4.10_2 pkg 0.2.8. On usage on the network the squid serves I have notice that the pbirun has multiple instances where they take about 5-12% CPU, however they cause the system to usage high CPU. If I kill these processes all returns to normal.

    I did notice that their was a bug request for this but it is marked as resolved. Am  missing anything.

    As a not I am only runing proxy with dansgardan to block so no AV a v little cache.



  • after upgrading to 2.2.2-RELEASE (amd64) the cpu is constantly at 100%.

    This is cause by 2 processes:
    [2.2.2-RELEASE][admin@firewall]/var/log: ps -axwwvvvvf | grep 69528
    69528 S    5:35.10  0 127      0  12532  2104  -    4  5.0  0.1 /usr/pbi/.pbirun /usr/local/libexec/squid/unlinkd
    [2.2.2-RELEASE][admin@firewall]/root: ps -axwwvvvvf | grep 8692
    8692 S    5:47.42  0 127      0  12532  2104  -    4  5.0  0.1 /usr/pbi/.pbirun /usr/local/libexec/squid/pinger

    Restarting (same for stop, start) Squid Service results in doubling the number prof processes and load (running processes get not killed). Reboot tried.

    Squid is used as Reverse Proxy without clamav or anything special.
    No useful log entries.

    What can I try? What to check? Where to look next?

    ======== some more details ============
    [2.2.2-RELEASE][admin@firewall]/var/log: ps -axwwvv | grep squid
    68998 Is  0:00.00 127 127      0  73648 13240  - 4592  0.0  0.6 /usr/local/sbin/squid -f /usr/pbi/squid-amd64/local/etc/squid/squid.conf
    69252 S    0:00.25  0 127      0 114608 25724  - 4592  0.0  1.2 (squid-1) -f /usr/pbi/squid-amd64/local/etc/squid/squid.conf (squid)
    8692 S    0:42.37  0 127      0  12532  2104  -    4  6.0  0.1 /usr/pbi/.pbirun /usr/local/libexec/squid/pinger
    69528 S    0:42.58  0 127      0  12532  2104  -    4  5.0  0.1 /usr/pbi/.pbirun /usr/local/libexec/squid/unlinkd



  • I find to kill the process the best way forward but what is the permanent fix?



  • @Jonb:

    I find to kill the process the best way forward but what is the permanent fix?

    A permanet fix would be great.

    Problem is recurring after one or two days.



  • nudge


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    @amsterdam:

    @Jonb:

    I find to kill the process the best way forward but what is the permanent fix?

    A permanet fix would be great.

    Problem is recurring after one or two days.

    Permanent fix won't come until 2.3 where the PBI shit is ditched.



  • I am running 2.2.4 and this is still popping up.



  • Is a reinstall needed to fix this?