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An input port inside a process group which has no UpStream connection causing High CPU utilization.

An input port inside a process group which has no UpStream connection causing High CPU utilization.

New Contributor

cpu-utilization-after.jpg test.xml cpu-utilization-before.jpg

Hi,

I had setup a connection between "RouteOnAttribute" --> "test" processor group in the main worksheet. Later I deleted the connection between them by stopping both the processor and the processor group. Later, when I turned ON the processor group, the input port inside the "test" processor group is causing a High CPU utilization. I verified this by turning ON and OFF the port. Please find the screen shots attached also the sample template to test this condition.

Question: Is it a normal behaviour of NiFi.?

@Matt Burgess @Matt Clarke

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Re: An input port inside a process group which has no UpStream connection causing High CPU utilization.

New Contributor

@mattclarke. Can you please shed some light on this.!!

Re: An input port inside a process group which has no UpStream connection causing High CPU utilization.

Master Guru

@Ghanashyam Srinivas

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What you are seeing here has has been covered in https://jira.apache.org/jira/browse/NIFI-5464

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There is no reported fix for this issue yet.

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Thank you,

Matt

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