I have just installed Jira on Debian 64bit linux server and it constantly uses 100% of both of my cpu cores. Jira is freshly installed, nobody uses it at the moment, but it still uses 100% of both of my cpu cores. I have no clue, were is the problem. So I just cannot let the Jira run on the server, because it has also other responsibilities. Any clue, where is the problem?
I have found the solution in this article http://blog.wpkg.org/2012/07/01/java-leap-second-bug-30-june-1-july-2012-fix/
There is a great chance, this is caused by the "leap second kernel bug". Firstly, check for the following in the `dmesg`
[10703552.860274] Clock: inserting leap second 23:59:60 UTC
To fix it, firstly stop the ntp client. On debian-like systems
Store the current time
date -s now
And test the java. If everything is working correctly, try to restart ntp service
And test it again.
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