Geoff Hutchison (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 3 Nov 1999 10:40:56 -0500 (EST)
On Wed, 3 Nov 1999, peter karlsson wrote:
> Is there something special about htmerge and 04:30 AM?
> 04:30AM. I find it very strange that it should take so much longer time just
> because being started manually...
I find runs during the day take longer because less processor time is
available and the server is not as responsive (network issues). So I don't
find the longer time in and of itself strange.
> I am root at one of the machine (the one that overflowed), and it does not
> run anything at 04:30AM that I can find. And that machine is running Sun
> Solaris, while the other one is running Debian GNU/Linux...
I would obviously wonder about cron jobs or other process-killers. Does
someone log-on at 4:30AM? Is there a power fluctuation? Beyond cron, what
about 'at' or just a sleeping process daemon?
Just some thoughts.
Williams Students Online
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