Perl 5.3.8
BackupPC 2.0.2
I'm seeing a problem with one backup that utilizes an average of 95% CPU. I thought at first this was an anomoly as the backup, forced at 8:30 pm the night before was still running the next morning at 8:30 am. I ran top and noted that the process was hogging cycles and had an average run time of 224.5 minutes of CPU time.

Was previously able to run a backup without problem but noticed that 0 compression had been applied and found I had to re-make the compress::Zlib module. It was after this that I re-ran the backup of this machine. I'm not sure what it is doing and why just this one machine. There aren't any larger than 2Gb files on the machine, but a ton of text files used for development purposes for several programs.

Phillip M. Bryant
ITT Industries, Advanced Engineering and Sciences
Network Administrator
Albuquerque, NM 87120
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