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EventParser multicore utilization

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Hi,

I was wondering if the event parser takes advantage of additional cores, because I have got some backlog event processing to do due to the problem that was solved in patch 2. I have added one more processor, but it keeps having one CPU at 100% and the other one isn't doing that much besides serving cliente with apache. I can add some more cores to the server if there is a way to take advantage of them.

Is there a way to make the event parser use more CPU cores?

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Re: EventParser multicore utilization

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Eventparser should use all of the available CPU's (6*# of cpu's = # of threads it is using). I would recommend that you run task manager and add the Threads column to task manager, and see if after adding the CPU the # increased.

Also the Threads are some what configurable with a few hidden switches, so if you still need further help let us know, and I'll give you the tweak for the server.ini.

Message was edited by: Ryan McCullough on 11/11/09 1:43 PM

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Re: EventParser multicore utilization

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Eventparser should use all of the available CPU's (6*# of cpu's = # of threads it is using). I would recommend that you run task manager and add the Threads column to task manager, and see if after adding the CPU the # increased.

Also the Threads are some what configurable with a few hidden switches, so if you still need further help let us know, and I'll give you the tweak for the server.ini.

Message was edited by: Ryan McCullough on 11/11/09 1:43 PM

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