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**Describe the bug**
Node process takes almost 100 % of the scheduling time of one core. Unusable to run on my laptop (fan starts spinning relentlessly) unless I tweak the scheduler in OS with setting nice or force sending signals SIGSTOP & SIGCONT with cpulimit. Harmony also uses 204 threads.
Steps to reproduce the behavior:
1. Simple install using your [node.sh](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/harmony-one/harmony/master/scripts/node.sh) shell script in environment similar to described in environment section.
2. Wait ~5 minutes.
2. Use top/htop to see cpu time.
Harmony launches **204 threads**, is that ok?
$ ps -p $(pgrep harmony) -o pid,nlwp,comm
PID NLWP COMMAND
24247 204 harmony
For comparision how high Harmony cpu usage is and thread count:
NKN example: https://i.imgur.com/Nc9QJa2.png
Harmony example: https://i.imgur.com/J0Rs1T8.png
Only change is stopping nkn and launching harmony and waiting a few minutes.
**Environment (please complete the following information):**
- System/OS description: https://pastebin.com/bjtiPMa5