[Netarchivesuite-users] Netarchive taking up all resources on server

Kane, Jim j.kane at nls.uk
Thu Sep 23 13:38:22 CEST 2010

Hi all


I am running a stand alone netarchive installation set up as per the
netarchive 3.12 quick install manual on a virtual machine running CentOS

Netarchive is the only service running on this (reasonably high spec)


When we start netarchive running, it runs for about 2 hours and then
takes up ALL the resource (cpu, ram etc) that the VM has.  It gets to
the point where we can't even VNC into it, and trying to go to the
harvest definition url contacts the server and just waits indefinitely.
Is there any way we can stop netarchive from taking over, and
effectively crashing, our VM?  


Kind regards



Jim Kane

IS Developer

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