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SACHIN

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hi,


i got strange problem after upgrade upcp yesterday. cppop-ssl is taking too much load on server. let me know what shall we do patch this cpppop-ssl.

thank you,
 

rochen

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Mar 5, 2002
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We are seeing the very same problem. At first we thought this was related to a DOS attack against the POP service but it seems like something is going haywire with CPPOP itself. We are seeing literally thousands of sleeping connections for CPPOP, the server loads go crazy and after we kill off CPPOP things return to normal. I have seen this occurring on two servers now. It started a couple of days ago.
 

Spiral

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Jun 24, 2005
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I have the same confirmed on 20 servers each after a Cpanel upgrade today (EDGE/A2) ...

1. POP3 screwed up and not working now on all servers with today's update

2. Someone at Cpanel apparently screwed up the default template for virtual
hosts because now Apache crashes anytime a new account is added ...

Crash Reason: Invalid user and group commands added to vhost config now!
 

jeroman8

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Mar 14, 2003
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cppop-ssl - same issue !!
Heavy load - if you killall cppop-ssl the load goes down asap.

After upgrade all unlimited functions (mail. mysql, addons etc) was 0.
Also the hascgi= screwed up and instead off 1 it shoudl ON or something like that.
 

noimad1

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Mar 27, 2003
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jeroman8 said:
cppop-ssl - same issue !!
Heavy load - if you killall cppop-ssl the load goes down asap.

After upgrade all unlimited functions (mail. mysql, addons etc) was 0.
Also the hascgi= screwed up and instead off 1 it shoudl ON or something like that.

I'm now having the same problem. So were you guys able to figure this out?
 

aress24x7

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Hmm, We have also noticed the same and if we kill these process the load goes down for a bit and then again came back.

I hope Cpanel tech's will get it resolved as soon as possible.

If anyone know any workarond for this, please update the same here.