[i:e9f3d618e5]Originally posted by bdraco[/i:e9f3d618e5]
stats are not running as root. If cpuwatch is not installed it falls back and uses logrunner. Just copy cpuwatch into /usr/local/cpanel/bin and the problem will go away.
Where do you get the cpuwatch from?
I have searched for it on all servers and it's not there but this issue only happens on 1 server though..
I believe that's what is happening to our servers also.. keep runing every few hours, recieving the bandwidth and disk emails and load keep high even though very few sites exist on one of the servers and never used to be over .5 before V6.Originally posted by goal
Is there a solution which is not to copy cpuwatch to /usr/local/cpanel/bin as this file already exists on all of our machines.
They appear to be constantly running stats in a loop all day long, meaning that the machine becomes overloaded and we receieve repeated warnings about such things as bandwidth usage on accounts.
It's causing some serious performance issues, only started happening with cpanel 6.
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