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C1BACKUP - What *is* this script?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wa4fat, Mar 12, 2003.

  1. wa4fat

    wa4fat Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys

    I'm running:

    WHM 6.0.0
    Cpanel 6.0.0-S109
    RedHat 7.3

    Periodically I'll observe a process called "C1BACKUP" crank up, and when it does, the server load goes through the roof. If I kill this particular PID, my load returns to normal. OK, so I figure I best learn what this is, and what it's doing ... but I can't find a word on it. There's nothing here, and not even a mention on Google or USENET.

    I'd be grateful for any enlightenment ;-)

    Thanks in advance,

    Bill
    Alabama
     
  2. wa4fat

    wa4fat Well-Known Member

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    Make that "clbackup"

    And here's more ...

    cvevent:clbackup is located in the /opt/galaxy/Base/Temp directory of my server.

    I'm still clueless, though, as to what this script does, and why it pulls so dramatically on my server.
     
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    Not really sure the only references I have been able to come across are for Arcserve Backups or Oracle Databases.

    In /opt/galaxy or the sub directories, what else in there? Are there any readme's any text files that can give a clue?
     
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