Anyone know why this process would keep using 100% of 2 CPU cores.
/opt/atlassian/confluence/jre/bin/java -classpath /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/2.1.0-master-9d112c9d.jar:/opt/atlassian/confluence/confluence/WEB-INF/lib/mysql-connector-java-5.1.33-bin.jar -Xss2048k -Xmx1g synchrony.core sql
I did a clean install of the latest 6.15 on Friday and imported content via XML export/import from a 6.1.1 Space.
Everything appears to be working fine from the frontend but our monitoring shows that this process uses 100% of 2 CPU cores continually.
You can't even kill it as it respawns with a new PID every 10-15s.
So Mick, performance issues can be caused by a number of reasons. Plugins, memory allocation, customization and drivers for example. This process looks like that it is coming from the Database Connection Driver, which is a lead as to what is affecting your instance. Which also explains why it comes back after being killed.
For starters, we could focus on the database driver version, Mick:
Currently, we tested Confluence with driver version 5.1.42 for MySQL and it looks like we are using 5.1.33. It might be a good idea to start by changing the driver of your instance to the recommended one. This is an excerpt from our documentation:
Confluence is currently tested with the 5.1.42 driver.
The latest driver (8.x) is not currently supported.
Here is the full page:
Also, make sure that your MySQL database is Supported By Confluence 6.15.x. You can check this information right here:
For you to change the database driver we need to:
- Shtudown Confluence
- Download the MySQL driver
- Move or copy the *.jar file into <confluence-install>/confluence/WEB-INF/lib directory
- Start Confluence
- Wait for the instance to start
- Access Confluence
Here is the link to the Driver, Mick:
Do Not Kill The Process, use the stop-confluence.sh script (stop-confluence.bat for windows). Killing the Confluence process can lead to instance corruption or malfunction after restart.
Hope this helps you! Looking forward to your reply.
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