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CLAMSCAN --unzip ??? High CPU usage

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by netlook, Apr 21, 2004.

  1. netlook

    netlook Well-Known Member
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    Top Process %CPU 58.0 /usr/bin/clamscan --unzip -r --disable-summary --stdout .
    Top Process %CPU 57.0 /usr/bin/clamscan --unzip -r --disable-summary --stdout .
    Top Process %CPU 47.0 /usr/bin/clamscan --unzip -r --disable-summary --stdout .


    Anybody has idea what should I do to reduce this TOP PROCESSES CPU load? For at least 7 days day by day the same top process is listed. And of course - high server load starts from 0.3-0.4 and goes to 2.0 then back to 0.3-0.4 - all because clamscan/mailscanner.
     
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    Yes, very funny... I didn't told I don't like it, I want to reduce the high CPU usage, those things are simply different :) for me.

    I thing maybe I should upgrade MailScanner to 4.29-7? Now I have 4.22-5. Im using Fedora, if you know how - please write me how to upgrade it?

    THX
     
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    Ok, maybe you know how to upgrade this on fedora? Or where is any how-to's about it?.
     
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