thank you for letting us now about the issue you are facing!
I tried to reproduce the issue on my MacBook Pro (intel). So far without success.
I didn’t close my KNIME Analytics Platform last tonight when sending my Mac to sleep, but I didn’t get the described increase today in the morning. Do you have an other tip, how I can reproduce the issue?
Yesterday I didn’t see it either, and today I have been trying to replicate it. KNIME 4.6 seems to have some strange activity because CPU is varying wildly, 10-30% without myself doing anything. When I terminated all other obvious processes (mail, Teams, Safari), its CPU dropped to almost zero… but when I started working with it, it went up again.
I wouldn’t even have noticed the problem but for the very sluggish response time. I was very quickly editing and testing a workflow with components and it became so bad that I rebooted. It was OK for a while after that, but started consuming CPU soon again. Right now it’s 23% when I’m responding to you.
I only have 8Gb RAM. Any suggestions to tweak values in knime.ini ?
Further to the above. I went away, leaving KNME open, closed the lid and the Macbook went to sleep. I returned, and immediately checked the Activity Monitor, and KNIME was at 108%, rising to 120%, to 128%; then slowly subsiding to now around 21%.
I didn’t use it at all.
Is there some background process that consumes CPU?