duetjohn Posted November 12, 2006 Report Share Posted November 12, 2006 I've seen numerous cases on my MacBook Pro where pitond takes 50% of two CPUs (= 100% of one CPU) after a backup has completed. Retrospect Client gives a status of "Connected" in this situation. What's interesting is that I actually have two pitond processes running. One with 254 threads at < 1% CPU and 13MB real mem, and the one at 100% with 1 thread and 240KB real mem. If I use the "command-off-button" trick, it kills the one that was at 1% and hangs. I kill the 100% one and the Client comes back. I start it back up again and everything is fine with one process at <1% with 7 threads and 5MB real mem. Is there anything that can be done to fix this? Thanks, . John Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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