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cPanel File Upload = Memory Hog?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shannon, Sep 10, 2003.

  1. shannon

    shannon Well-Known Member

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    Got a cPanel box that's eating up ram like nobody's business... It appears that a client is uploading something using the cP file manager, and that's chewing it's way through massive amounts of RAM... Anybody seen this one before, and perhaps have an idea on how to fix it?

    from Top, sorted by memory:
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      PID USER     PRI  NI  SIZE  RSS SHARE STAT %CPU %MEM   TIME COMMAND
     8474 <userid>    9   0  383M 129M   564 D     0.1 25.7   0:04 cpanel
    23982 <userid>    9   0 33124  22M   712 D     0.0  4.4   0:01 cpaneld
     2394 mysql     11   4 32476  13M  1360 S N   0.0  2.6   0:04 mysqld
    
    from ps -aux
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    USER       PID %CPU %MEM   VSZ  RSS TTY      STAT START   TIME COMMAND
    <userid>  31941  0.1  0.1 311464 516 ?        S    11:37   0:09 cpaneld - serving <userIP>
    <userid>   8474  0.0 25.1 397352 129244 ?     D    12:20   0:04 /usr/local/cpanel/cpanel ./frontend/x/files/doupload.html
    <userid>  23982  0.2  4.3 158308 22496 ?      S    13:37   0:01 cpaneld - serving <userIP>
    
    Oops, mis-spoke, since I've been writting this thread, Process #8474 has now jumped up to 42.5% of Mem according to top.... happy happy day.

    Suggestions definately appreciated. ;) (Besides the obvious: Shutdown and restart cPanel, I've done that a few times this week, it's not the first time we've seen similar to this with the uploading)

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  2. cass

    cass Well-Known Member

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    You should submit a ticket to CPANEL about this, could be a bug that need resolution :)

    Regards.

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