[ic] Usertrack problems

Stefan Hornburg racke at linuxia.de
Tue Jan 4 10:44:34 EST 2005

On Tue, 4 Jan 2005 21:21:42 +0800
"Cameron G" <ritontor at icenet.com.au> wrote:

> Hi everyone, just thought I'd throw this question to the IC devs and see
> what they're suggesting. I've got a usertrack file on a site that's gotten
> to 25 meg in size, which isn't especially large by any means, but whenever I
> go to view traffic stats, the IC task leaps to 160MB ram usage and the cpu
> usage goes beserk. It does eventually work, which indicates to me that the
> file itself isn't corrupted or any such oddity, it just seems to be acting
> like it's loading the entire log in to RAM before grepping it? I'm not
> really sure what to think, and while I'm sure I can simply rotate the log
> and get it smaller, 25MB shouldn't be that much of an issue. This IC is
> 4.8.6 by the way, perhaps this code has been reviewed and improved in later
> versions? 

Yes, Mike has reviewed the code on the traffic stats page.


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