[dns-stats-users] Can Compactor using multi core?

Jim Hague jim at sinodun.com
Mon May 28 14:30:12 UTC 2018

The core and memory restriction is set in the package systemd service file. CPUAffinity=0 is used to restrict all threads to the first core. 

Compactor always runs separate threads for raw pcap output, ignored pcap output and C-DNS output as well as any output compression. If more cores are allocated, the maximum traffic speed compactor can process increases. 

On 28 May 2018 06:30:42 BST, "lay(김래형)" <lay.kim at kakaocorp.com> wrote:
>Hi All,
>I'm a new user who is considered to use compactor with production
>when I read user-guide in wiki page(pdf version), I found some text as
>By default, installing compactor via a binary package and running it as
>a service
>restricts compactor to using just one physical core. Increasing the
>number of cores
>available may, depending on the configuration, increase the maximum
>of compactor .
>According to this message, I think, the way of using multi core
>(pysical or logical) is available.
>How can I use it? Apart from compression, can using multi core?
>Any advice is appreciated.

Sent from a computer I can lift. 
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