Regarding Graylog.conf Processor Numbers

Are the number of processors relative or absolute numbers?


I am using Kubernetes (helm) to launch the cluster. In one of our environments, the CPU usage of Graylog pod/nod is low, I’d like to reduce the resource consumption, but keep at least two Graylog nodes for high availability.

Is the summary of the values have to be less than the available CPUs?
Is it possible to use fractions as values?
is the number bind CPU


I have exactly the same question.

he @Tiger

the values accept only full numbers and the number should (in total) not higher than the available cpu cores.
You could always overcommit, but this might slow processing.

Hope this can be changed to relative numbers, or can be fraction numbers like k8s can assing 123m cpu.

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