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[cpuwatchcheck] Cpu/Server Overload

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by joop, Aug 27, 2008.

  1. joop

    joop Member

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    Hello,
    I receive an email that warn me about my server's cpu overload. wow This sounds good! but the bad part is that I receive hundreds of them in a day!! :eek:
    I have no problem with my server high load so PLEASE some body let me know how can I tell the cpanel that I don't want receive these emails.

    Of curse that I tried the instruction in this mail and I got no result :confused:

    truly yours,
    meran
     
  2. yapluka

    yapluka Well-Known Member

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    WHM >> Tweak Settings
    Then change "The load average above the number of cpus at which logs file processing should be suspended (default 0)" to something like 5 or 10, depending on your CPU(s)
     
  3. joop

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    I changed it as you told me (set the value to 10), but I get an other email right now :mad:
     
  4. Murtaza_t

    Murtaza_t Well-Known Member

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    load average: 5.20, 8.69, 9.12
    Says that the load did go over 10... 15 minutes before the email was generated. You have a problem on your server which needs to be looked into.. may be a crap user.
    We will be able to help more if you can just monitor your server and paste the output of top c command when the load is high..
     
  5. joop

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    I attached the server top output as a PDF file.
     

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    Murtaza_t Well-Known Member

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    It is MySQL and webmaild that is killing the server.

    You can run the command below to see which database is the culprit:

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    ]# watch mysqladmin process
     
  7. joop

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    yes, I know, MySQL load of this server is high, but there is no problem with current situation. Only I need to stop these emails !! :(
     
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