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Disk Partition Quota Problem:(

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by x-man, Jun 12, 2004.

  1. x-man

    x-man Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    I`m new user of WHM/cPanel and linux and I have one problem with one disk partition...
    /dev/hda6 (usr) now used 62% (4.6G) and today is 12. day in this month, every day I have more data on that partiton and before and of this month I`ll be in big problem!

    How I can solve this problem? What is on that partition, logs? How I can change this partition quota, I don`t want lose data from disk and I don`t want server down...

    Please help me quick...

    Thanks

    Sorry for my english:(
     
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    kris1351 Well-Known Member

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    Check for cores in /usr/local/apache. You need to get help if you don't understand the Unix system.
     
  3. x-man

    x-man Well-Known Member

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    I can`t find cores in that dir, only much logs...core files must be in that dir or in some sub-folder?

    Thanks
     
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    x-man Well-Known Member

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    Also, now I find something when I click to "Show Current CPU Usage" in WHM, for one of accounts I find next processes:
    ./httpver63.251.83.55
    0 httpver
    ./httpver63.251.83.134
    0 httpver
    ./httpver63.251.83.202
    0 httpver
    ./httpver63.251.83.203
    0 httpver
    ./httpver63.251.86.38
    0 httpver

    and much much more...what is this? Somebody use my server for attack or...?
     
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