Hello,

I’m using do-agent to monitor digital ocean droplet. But I noticed that it use almost 100% cpu.

I tried to kill do-agent process, but it starts again.

Also I tried uninstall do-agent “sudo apt-get purge do-agent” but I can still see do-agent is running.

Here is result from top command

PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
4201 do-agent 20 0 2679976 398720 0 S 101.0 4.9 35:27.63 mysqld

It is normal behaviour? How can I remove this process from droplet?

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I couldn’t add code to original question, so I add it here.

  PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S  %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND
 4201 do-agent  20   0 2680496 399864      0 S 101.0  4.9  38:08.39 mysqld

Same over here. Any updates on this?

htop screenshot

Hi,

Seems to happen when running Redis (in my case when running a Dockerized Redis listening on the default port).

Restarting my Redis means that the CPU and the do-agent high CPU usage immediately drops to normal.

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