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u.peters
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Endpoint Security for Linux 10.7.3 - high memory and cpu usage

Seit dem Update von ENS for Linux auf die Version 10.7.3 zeigen einige Systeme mit CentOS
(CentOS 7.6.1810  mit folgendem Kernel:  3.10.0-957.el7.x86_64) eine hohe CPU- und Memory-Auslastung. Ein Reboot der Systeme hat nur zum Teil die Last reduziert. 
In den Systemlogs ist zu sehen, das der McAfee Dienst "mfetpd.service" fehlerhaft ist:
- systemd: mfetpd.service failed
- systemd: Unit mfetpd.service entered failed state
- systemd: mfetpd.service: main process exited, code=killed, status=9/KILL
und deshalb beendet wird.
Mit der Version ENS for Linux 10.7.2 trat dieser Fehler noch nicht auf.
Was können wir unternehmen, damit die Server wieder performant laufen.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen 
Uwe Peters

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hitesh_Reddy
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Re: Endpoint Security for Linux 10.7.3 - high memory and cpu usage

Hello @u.peters ,

Thank you for writing in, Post translating, I understand we are looking at a high CPU and Memory issue upgrading to ENSL 10.7.3 on CentOS 7.6, We can confirm that the specific CentOS is compatible with 10.7.3.

However, looking at the entries specified from the sys log, It looks like mfetpd services are failing. I would suggest you please log a Service request with the Preferred Language and share us with the ENSL MER referring to the article below and also the screenshots of the "top" comment, Please attach these too once the service request is logged 

MER Article to refer to:
https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB88197

This would help us to investigate the concern if this is specific to 10.7.3 as you mention we do not see an issue with 10.7.2.

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