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  • Just defining a redis bean using Jredis sends all of my cpu's to 100%

    I have commented out every actual redis action in my code and the cpu still hits 100% which I assume to mean that it is something with the Jedis lib or config. I have checked the Jedis google group and there are stories of hitting 100% cpu but with much different causes.

    Anyone had any similar problems? Not really sure where to start on this one.

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    Hasn't happened to me so I don't know what to tell you - try connecting to the JVM and see what thread eats the CPU. It's probably some sort of loop - try commenting out Jedis as well as see whether it helps. Also try the other libraries in Spring Data Redis to see whether they alleviate the problem.

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