why my proccesses up to 100

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by dreamstosea, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. dreamstosea macrumors newbie

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    Apr 20, 2008
    #1
    Code:
    19630  !" lun 0.0 4 4.20 
    20685  #$%&' lun 4.6 7 15.98 
    15268  Xcode lun 0.1 36 48.90 
    81        WindowServer _windowserver 5.2 6 30.27 
    31       watchdogtimerd root 0.0 1 452.00 
    223      UserEventAgent lun 0.0 2 784.00 
    15077  usbmuxd nobody 0.0 2 356.00 
    32       update root 0.0 1 196.00 
    235     SystemUIServer lun 0.1 7 3.29 
    24       syslogd root 0.0 4 1.40 
    20688  SyncServer lun 0.0 2 4.03 
    222    Spotlight lun 0.0 3 1.17 
    61     socketfilterfw root 0.0 3 580.00 
    20818  sleep _appserver 0.0 1 284.00 
    132  slapd root 0.0 5 2.23 
    463  Skype lun 0.1 18 46.31 
    28  sh _appserver 0.0 1 480.00 
    126  servermgrd root 0.0 4 6.23 
    37  securityd root 0.0 2 1.23 
    30  Python _teamsserver 0.0 1 3.89 
    2404  PubSubAgent lun 0.0 2 7.89 
    20693  pmTool root 1.0 1 1.36 
    231  pboard lun 0.0 1 
    39  PasswordService root 0.0 10 704.00 
    23  notifyd root 0.0 2 396.00 
    1047  mlnet lun 0.8 2 31.03 
    18358  mdworker lun 0.0 5 2.47 
    18402  mdworker nobody 0.0 3 1.62 
    20621  mdworker mc 0.0 4 2.21 
    40  mds root 0.0 17 16.56 
    41  mDNSResponder _mdnsresponder 0.0 2 940.00 
    42  loginwindow lun 0.0 4 3.06 
    214  launchd lun 0.0 3 448.00 
    1  launchd root 0.0 3 496.00 
    613  Kotoeri lun 0.0 2 2.31 
    14076  kextd root 0.0 2 5.23 
    43  KernelEventAgent root 0.0 2 352.00 
    0  kernel_task root 3.8 53 126.69 
    91  java _appserver 0.1 21 6.97 
    554  imklaunchagent lun 0.0 1 448.00 
    120  httpd-1.3 root 0.0 1 208.00 
    121  httpd-1.3 _www 0.0 1 96.00 
    6663  httpd-1.3 _www 0.0 1 88.00 
    6449  httpd root 0.0 1 1.94 
    19712  httpd _www 0.0 1 1.84 
    18645  httpd _www
     hidd root 0.0 2 352.00 
    418  GrowlHelperApp lun 0.3 3 4.08 
    555  Fun Input Toy lun 0.1 5 13.76 
    48  fseventsd root 0.0 29 3.62 
    27  freshclam _clamav 0.0 1 168.00 
    236  Finder lun 0.0 10 8.63 
    50  emond root 0.1 1 928.00 
    51  dynamic_pager root 0.0 1 416.00 
    229  Dock lun 0.0 4 5.16 
    64  distnoted daemon 0.1 1 684.00 
    54  diskarbitrationd root 0.0 1 780.00 
    55  DirectoryService root 0.0 8 3.12 
    258  DashboardClient lun 0.0 5 8.27 
    259  DashboardClient lun 0.0 5 3.07 
    20802  cupsd root 0.0 2 1.48 
    65  coreservicesd root 0.0 2 4.62 
    234  coreaudiod root 0.0 2 1.19 
    57  configd root 0.0 3 1,008.00 
    75  blued root 0.0 1 524.00 
    60  autofsd root 0.0 1 392.00 
    233  ATSServer lun 0.2 2 12.91 
    1296  AppleSpell.service lun 0.0 1 812.00 
    230  aped lun 0.0 1 
    
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    i use mac os x server ..
    after i installed server in my macbook .. my proccesses up to 60,,
    a month later up to 80
    sometimes it's up to 100
    sometimes it's up to 300

    the ****in' server who can tell me why? i have tried to close some service of server ,but i am not sure ----
    :confused::confused::confused::confused:
    if somebody knows ,help me, wait fot your help
    if you like you can send me mail or add me msn
    both are wanglun4541973@sina.com
     
  2. varmit macrumors 68000

    varmit

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    Aug 5, 2003
    #2
    Open up Activity Monitor that is located in the Application/Utility folder. Change the show up in the top right to All Processes, and then hit the CPU column until the CPU process that is using up the most is at the top. Then either post it back here, or do a google search for what they process is doing. Then possibly kill it if you find it to be not important.

    And why are you running a server from your MacBook? What does it offer over OSX Client that you need?
     
  3. jeremy.king macrumors 603

    jeremy.king

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    Location:
    Fuquay Varina, NC
    #3
    Those don't even come close to 100...I'd suggest you do what varmit suggested.
     
  4. ElectricSheep macrumors 6502

    ElectricSheep

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    Location:
    Wilmington, DE
    #4
    I would say that high process counts are really a consequence of the historical Unix design philosophy. It is better to run in userland as a process, rather than in the kernel; it is better to have a number of smaller tools that chain together easily rather than one monolithic one.

    If you are really gunning to run only services that are absolutely necessary to accomplish whatever task you want your server to do, then Darwin, *BSD, or some Linux distribution is what you should go for.
     
  5. dreamstosea thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Apr 20, 2008
    #5
    thank you all very much first.
    i have closed all the service provided by server ,such as SMB ftp web dns DHCP NAT all these ,,
    when i installed mac os x server there are 60 processes ,, a month later ,it;s up to 100 . i told that,, there are many processes i think it's actived by some service through i have closed the service but it always start when i boot..
    see these :
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    Code:
    42  watchdogtimerd root   // i think most dont has this process 
    1443  usbmuxd nobody    //  what it use for?
    43  update       root         //  i can update by myself
    70  socketfilterfw root 0.0 3 1.27 
    2266  smbd root 0.0 1 2.07     // i have closed it,why it starts?
    2268  smbd root 0
    37  slapd root 0.0 5 5.51 
    39  sh _appserver 0.1 1 608.00 
    3088  sleep _appserver          // i think i dont need it 
    47  servermgrd root 0.0 4 8.21 
    34  securityd root 0.0 2 1.75 
    41  Python _teamsserver         //sometimes so many python and perl 
    49  PasswordService root 0.0 10 2.18   // most should dont have it :'(
    24  notifyd root 0.0 2 480.00 
    1223  nmbd root 0.0 1 1,020.00 
    2502  Minefield lun 0.7 8 67.95 
    202  mdworker lun 0.0 5 8.48 
    112  mdworker nobody 0.0 3 1.95 
    50  mds root 0.1 17 38.36 
    //===============================
    these are just one part
    so awesome :eek::eek::eek:
     
  6. jeremy.king macrumors 603

    jeremy.king

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    Location:
    Fuquay Varina, NC
    #6
    Oooooh...you meant a count of 100, not 100% CPU. :eek:

    If you are concerned, perhaps you shouldn't be running OS X Server which has a lot more services running. Many will autostart on bootup or on demand via launchd...
     

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