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From Sivan Greenberg <>
Subject Re: beam CPU hog
Date Wed, 28 Jul 2010 08:41:17 GMT
Just another note, the problem see to grow larger when the database
size expands. I am going to time each operation now to see if I can
find a specific culprit.


On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 11:24 AM, Sivan Greenberg <> wrote:
> Hi all,
>  I have 2 Python scripts, that utilize CouchDBKit[0] to do their work.
> (This is actually part of a generic setup to allow an automatic shared
> PHP session storage with fault tolerance and replication,
> automatically, which would probably be released as FOSS once of
> satisfactory quality).
>  One of the scripts is a conflict resolution strategy program, the
> other is a very simple test for the process. It seems that CouchDB is
> not holding up to the "load" where load is created by something like:
> for i in $(seq 1 100); do ./ ; done
> Since this is executing in a sequential manner, I did not expect it to
> cause any load issues, so I'm a bit surprised.
> I am putting online[1] the necessary files to run this, hopefully some
> CouchDB experts could comment about this.
> To test, just extract the files to the same folder and change the log
> path in
> Please contact me for any issues running the test code, as I hope for
> quick fix for this as I want to test it on production.
> -Sivan
> P.S. Please feel free to comment otherwise on the code, as any
> improvement I could introduce will be bless-ed! :=)
> [0]:
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