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Daily process log in WHM shows mostly /usr/bin/php

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  1. postcd

    postcd Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    i have PHP5, SuExec, CGI and i want to ask how i can enable extended info about processes in WHMs "Daily process log" page. Most processes only shows: /usr/bin/php which is not helpfull to show which exact script caused the load..
    I dont want to use SuPHP because it causes high load on my server

    Thank you
     
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    No i did not found answer to my question there.
     
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    You will likely have a difficult time investigating the source of the processes if choose to not use a PHP handler such as suPHP.

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    How i can enable extended info about processes in WHMs "Daily process log" page? or whats the process of discovering the causing script without suphp?
     
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    You can check the domain access logs or the Apache access and error logs to get a better idea of what type of traffic is occurring. You may also want to consult with a qualified system administrator for assistance, as this type of investigation is generally outside the scope of support.

    Thank you.
     
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