[clamav-users] Priority problem

Matus UHLAR - fantomas uhlar at fantomas.sk
Thu Jul 24 13:02:07 EDT 2014


On 24.07.14 09:34, Bernard Thédié wrote:
>Using clamdscan brings up more questions.
>clamdscan works pretty well with the option --fdpass.
>However, the scan process is still using 98% of one CPU, even if I do 
>a "sudo renice 19 <clamd pid>".
>On a dual core, it leaves a processor free for me to work during the 
>scan... I'm still looking for a way of running clamd in a more silent 
>manner.

why do you want your CPU to be idle when it can do the scanning?
at nice level od 19, program only runs when nothing else needs the CPU.

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