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after the kernel upgrade... 99% http

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  1. Sopos

    Sopos Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    after the upgrade of the kernel on a red hat 8 (Psyche) I see that httpd take 99.9 cpu, 2 second and it goes to 0, mysqld go to 99 and after 2 second goes to 0, exim too.

    The kernel is this now :

    Linux hostname.myserver.com 2.4.20-24.9 #1 Mon Dec 1 12:08:29 EST 2003 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

    It seems a problem that happen with an old kernel.
    Has anyone this problem ?
     
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    Sopos, sorry to say it, but I would recommend you to change the hostname that is in your post.

    You never know who visits this forum.

    Ontopic, is this happening all the time?
     
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    Sopos Well-Known Member

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    Thank you :)

    After I have come back to old kernel the problem does not appear. Anyone has had this problem ?
     
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    What kernel are you running that the problem does not occur on?

    Mike
     
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    Here it is :

    Linux hostname.myserver.com 2.4.20-13.8 #1 Mon May 12 12:37:55 EDT 2003 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
     
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    I know this, but if I upgrade it I get a lot of high cpu on http / exim / mysqld

    No anyone has this problem ?
     
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    I believe the kernel is buggy. I tried upgrading kernel twice and had problems both times. Other people have posted problems after kernel upgrade in EV1 forums.

    Other people have had no problems...
     
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    what is the difference from i686 and i386 version ?
     
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    i386 is optimised for old processors - pre Pentium I believe (286,386).
     
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    Ouh, ok.
    On Intel p4 2.8 may I install i686 version ?
     
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    yes
     
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    Ok, I try.
    I hope that the problem was the i386 version.
     
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    Is there any solution? I started getting this yesterday after a kernel upgrade. Thanks.
     
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    Since you are running redhat 8, you might also want to try installing the redhat 8 kernel rather than 9. 2.4.20-24.9 <- this is redhat 9 kernel.
     
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