[Asterisk-Dev] How can I see what a thread is doing?

Brian West brian.west at mac.com
Mon Jun 27 12:31:45 MST 2005

attach to it with gdb and do "thread apply all bt"

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On Jun 27, 2005, at 1:33 PM, Matthew Boehm wrote:

> Hey guys,
>  We are having some problems with asterisk and echo and dropped  
> calls. I think it is because we have an old 4 proc P3 machine and  
> can't put thru more than 6-7 calls before we start getting echo and  
> major jitter.
>  I'm using "top" and are also displaying threads. There are 7 calls  
> up right now and I see about 15 threads spread amongst the CPUs.  
> Most of them are using 0% cpu. The top two threads are using about  
> 50% each.
>  How can I find out what these two threads are doing to use so much  
> CPU? Can I do this without causing harm to the system? I've got 71  
> peers/users and all but 20 are being "qualified". Can this be using  
> up lots of CPU?
> Thanks,
> Matthew
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