Disable alert from CSF for Excessive resource usage?

dadangku

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hello
please help anyone...
im very new with cpanel
i just received email alert like 10 emails per 10 second
its huge emails, like 300 emails per hours or more

and i want to know
how to stop alert notification from root for Excessive resource usage: Virtual Memory
in WHM where location to setting to stop it

the alert message is like this:
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lfd on server.mydomain.top: Excessive resource usage: usernameku (3269 (Parent PID:23956))

Time: Tue Jun 26 04:19:54 2018 -0500
Account: usernameku
Resource: Virtual Memory Size
Exceeded: 544 > 512 (MB)
Executable: /opt/cpanel/ea-php56/root/usr/sbin/php-fpm
Command Line: php-fpm: pool example_com
PID: 3269 (Parent PID:23956)
Killed: No



please help
thank you
 

rpvw

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Add the following code to your /etc/csf/csf.pignore file (this can be done in a terminal, or via WHM >> Home » Plugins » ConfigServer Security & Firewall > edit <select csf.pignore, Process Tracking> from the dropdown) and then save and restart CSF/LFD
Code:
pexe:/opt/cpanel/ea-php*/root/usr/sbin/php-fpm
 
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Add the following code to your /etc/csf/csf.pignore file (this can be done in a terminal, or via WHM >> Home » Plugins » ConfigServer Security & Firewall > edit <select csf.pignore, Process Tracking> from the dropdown) and then save and restart CSF/LFD
Code:
pexe:/opt/cpanel/ea-php*/root/usr/sbin/php-fpm
This solution is correct but the syntax is wrong. The pattern matching is not proper regex so this doesn't end up working. This should read:

Code:
pexe:/opt/cpanel/ea-php.*/root/usr/sbin/php-fpm
Then restart lfd/cfd and you're good to go.
 
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This solution is correct but the syntax is wrong. The pattern matching is not proper regex so this doesn't end up working. This should read:

Code:
pexe:/opt/cpanel/ea-php.*/root/usr/sbin/php-fpm
Then restart lfd/cfd and you're good to go.
12/2/2021
This worked for me. The various forums are filled with different ways to solve this but this is the only one that finally worked for me. TYVM ZEBBLE
 
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