I am running an on premise installation on a Ubuntu server VM (on a qnap-nas) and I am very happy with Bitwarden.
But since version 1.31.x (not exactly sure) I have a much higher CPU usage.
Every 10 seconds the load goes to 30-60% and drops back to 2-3%. Before the update, the load was always around 3-6%. When I stop bitwarden, the load is gone.
After this process the usage goes up. Especially the sqlservr process
For a test, I go back to 1.30.4. There is the usage normal at 2-6%. After an update to the current version the utilization was increased again.
What can I do? Is there a context between the new “Docker container health checks”?
On my system mssyl does use much more cpu since I did an update on august 4th, too.
(Second image deleted, as I’m a new user and not allowed to post more than one image.)
The container always uses at least 2% cpu and regularly jumps up to like 13%.
docker stats shows the following: (incidentally, there is no user activity at this time.)
bitwarden-admin and bitwarden-web:
bitwarden-events and bitwarden-attachments
bitwarden-identity and bitwarden-nginx
then again about 10 seconds no load
now the sql server goes up to 44%
then 10 seconds no load and it begins again
The issue still persists.
Yes, the same issue with 1.32.0
Same here on Ubuntu. Anyone filled a bug report?
Yes, I reported a problem, but so far no feedback.
Docker healthcheck is responsible for the higher CPU load.
How to disable healthcheck:
Thx to juliogit from github.
I had already suspected that the healthchecks are the problem.
Now the system works quietly.