I haven't been able to look through the files you uploaded, however, I've got several hundred thousand indicators on a couple production boxes. No issues with them updating or aging out. Have you tried exporting your config, setting up a test MM instance using the cloud loader, and then importing the config to see how it behaves?
thank you for the reply, I really apreciated.
However I can not do this test. I am not authorized to upload my configuration and the API keys to the cloud. Thats is the reason we used the CentOS version for Minemeld. That is the distribuition we use in our Coorporation.
Is there anybody familiarized with rabbitmq? Luigi mentioned a possible malfunction on it.
Im running CentOS Linux 7 (Core) - Linux 3.10.0-693.5.2.el7.x86_64. The version of rabbitmq is 3.6.9. And yes, I installad MM from the git repository. I'm pretty sure my files have the correct permissions otherwise the MM wouldn't run correctly since the beginning. The point is that I'm increasing the number of miners and outputs. Doing so, the MM behave is not the same. About SEL, that was never enabled.
Would you mind mentiontioning with packages should I check the version?
"You don’t have to upload any configuration or API to the cloud with the cloud loader or even a manual install on Ubuntu by the way." I didn't understand that.
I'm have some information to share with you guys.
Last friday (27/04) I commited my configuration trying to get the details of the problem. Today (30/04), I get from netstat (image 1) that a lot of process have bytes in the queue to be processed (green lines). The process 64058, for example has more than 900kB to be procees. Since friday!
If you see the answer from the top command (image 2), this procees is sleeping.
From the strace command (image 3) I got that the process is wating for something. But I don't know what it is waiting for, this is a exclusive MM machine, I don't have any other application stealing resources from MM.
If someone could help me with this, I appreciate.
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