You don't reveal much about your local configuration making it hard to
offer useful advice - and of course Postgres is a different ball of wax.
FWIW I noticed much lower idle cpu loads when I switched from the default
setup to running 2 handlers on our lightly loaded system here. eg
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 12:56 AM, Auerbach, Kenneth R. <
I'm running Galaxy on a Linux server and have been getting warning
messages about heavy loads on the CPU due to Galaxy. This is a dedicated
Galaxy server and is currently used very lightly. There seem to be six idle
postgres processes running, but only two jobs running. Any idea why the
load is so high?
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