- Performance issues on a laptop.
Re: Performance issues on a laptop.
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As soon as I killed the cassandra process, the CPU usage plummeted. So at least I know who the culprit was. I'll just start Gremlin Server directly (configured to us BDB), instead of using JanusGraph.sh.
On Thursday, 17 August 2017 19:22:51 UTC+1, Robert Dale wrote:
For how long does the cpu remain high after you get the `gremlin>` prompt?
On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 2:20 PM, 'Ray Scott' via JanusGraph users list <janusgra...@googlegroups.com>
I'm trying to get JanusGraph running on my laptop (MacBook Air 2 Core Intel i7, 8GB) so that I can develop a small working prototype.
I've gone for the janusgraph.sh method of starting the server and everything is fine until I open a gremlin shell. Then I see the CPU usage for my terminal rocket up past 350%. Once I close the gremlin shell, the CPU usage remains at the same high level, indefinitely. I've tried launching with the Berkeley DB option and no Elastic Search, but I get the exact same behaviour.
Is there something I can do to stop this from using most of my CPU, or do I just have to live with it?
Is there a "lite" recommended setup that someone has had success with in the past?
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