Dale P Regular Contributor.
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ArcSight Console 6.9.1 Event Inspector CPU Usage

Hello,

I don't know if this is a known issue that I missed when searching, but has anyone else observed unusually high CPU usage by the ArcSight Console when the event inspector tab is open with an event selected?

I'm running version 6.9.1 and if a base event's details are displayed in the event inspector, the CPU usage of one of my CPU threads will be pushed up to 100% immediately. Hiding the event inspector immediately drops the usage down to a sane value.

Sorry if this was already posted elsewhere.

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Regular Contributor.. GeorgGeiger Regular Contributor..
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Re: ArcSight Console 6.9.1 Event Inspector CPU Usage

Heya,

we experience the same issue since we upgraded to 6.11 Patch 1.

Have you found a solution for that?

Best regards,
Georg

Respected Contributor.. Tobias Sundman Respected Contributor..
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Re: ArcSight Console 6.9.1 Event Inspector CPU Usage

This is still an issue in version 6.11.0.2385.1 of the Console. Both on Win7 and Win10.

//Tobias
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jan.odzgan Super Contributor.
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Re: ArcSight Console 6.9.1 Event Inspector CPU Usage

Hello.

This issue occur on Linux version of Console too. Same version 6.11 Patch1.

Jan

Andrew
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Re: ArcSight Console 6.9.1 Event Inspector CPU Usage

I have the same problem

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